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OchoLive: Sean Lee Status | Readying For Washington | Week 7 Picks

Blogging the Boys

14:29 min | 2 years ago

OchoLive: Sean Lee Status | Readying For Washington | Week 7 Picks

"Nona. What up were all the welcome to another episode of July. Presentative in partnership is always SP nations. Blogging the boys dot com. I name Arja show me of course from BDB. And from right here, your humble was alive. You can catch us live about every day at about three PM central time. Sometimes we have to run late because life gets in the way our awful little bit late here. Sorry for the audio issues there at the beginning of the episode genius, I am. I forgot to plug in the microphone. So you know, sometimes that's important, Aaron on Facebook life is sign language yet again, sometimes you forget to plug in the microphone. That's just the way it goes. Sometimes things can be that complicated, but we're up and running. It is Thursday October eighteenth, two thousand eighteen. It's Thursday, which means we'll have our week picks going on right now. Week. Seven picks with the tree of life will get there in a little bit that else Cowboys getting ready for their last game before the by. We've already basically reached by week. It's kind of crazy. This season is moving quickly. The Cowboys again. Visiting the Washington Redskins. We've got tons of content available for you bog in the boys dot com, or you should be all the time. This. I mean, like I know that I know that we're all kind of in his replace the cow was because they played so well against the Jaguars. Nobody wants to believe it, but the more that you look at this game, the more you get ready for the Redskins, the more you look at it, the more it seems like the Cowboys should win this game. The Washington Redskins really are just built to run around Adrian Peterson. And if that's your plan in two thousand eighteen, it's probably not a good one. Anthony on YouTube. Live asks if we're underdogs and that's true last night checked odd, shark is where I peruse odd, shark has the Cowboys listed as two point underdogs for what it's worth espionage, van Pauls tool, which we use all season long track how fans are feeling Cowboys fan thing that the Cowboys will win by three points while Washington fans that the Redskins will win by six points. So both fan base is predicting a win. Meanwhile, again, the the desert has the Redskins favored by too, but you know everyone. The rule of thumb is always been home. Field gets three points when you. At that. The Cowboys have technically into that, which is, I guess, you know worth noting Christopher summers points out on blogging. The boys Facebook live, the Dak is to an in Washington. That's a good point. Let's get to that point. Actually, I wrote about this a little while ago, blah of the boys dot com. Deck Prescott Eka Elliott have actually never lost the Washington Redskins. They have never lost to the Washington Redskins. It's kind of crazy the Dallas Cowboys again, I'll say it again one more time in the Dak Prescott in Zico Elliott era. The Dallas Cowboys have never lost the Washington Redskins. In fact. Look, I know what the division rivalry. I know that there are things that you have to consider when that's the case and other records or thrown out the door, whatever you wanna say. But Jason Garrett is actually pretty good against the Redskins and people are gonna roll their eyes at that. Jason Garrett has only lost four games to the Redskins in seven, full seasons. Obviously he has two games against the Redskins this year. Jason Garrett has only ever lost four and you think about that? Two of them were the two thousand twelve season. The Robert Griffin. The third season, obviously when he won rookie of the year, that was a great year for the Redskins. Another was the two thousand fourteen game in Dallas. You'll remember that game was on Monday night football, and that was the game that Tony Romo got hurt, and he left in Brandon. Weeden came in and immediately connected with Joseph. Randall and things were moving for the Cowboys might have been DeMarco Murray. Now I think about it, not Joseph ran all that was over your time, but the Cowboys lost that game in overtime to Colt McCoy of all quarterbacks. And the fourth loss was the two thousand fifteen regular season. Finale week seventeen. When Kellen Moore started for the Cowboys. So really the Redskins have only ever beaten the Cowboys when things have really fallen apart for Dallas and save for two games in the Robert Griffin. The third era, generally though the Dallas Cowboys find a way to beat this team. And so I think it makes sense to a lot of you when you heard that. Couch underdog said, you'd take that bet. I think it makes sense to do. So Dacca's four and elegance. The Redskins obviously undefeated in our nation's capital. Zeke has only played three games against the Redskins. He was suspended for the fourth one, which was the November thirtieth game last season. You'll remember that was the color rush game. When I went back actually hurt his hand, Ryan Switzer had the punt return touchdown Dez broke the record to become the franchise's all time leader in receiving touchdowns. But I, I really have a hard time picking against the Cowboys another. It sounds crazy. We, we talked about this on the seven, five, oh, Tony, Casillas. And now you can listen to that and your blog on the boys podcast feed David Johnson, not the Zona cardinals running back who will play tonight. By the way on Thursday night football, we'll get to the the week seven picks and a second, but David Johnson on Facebook live. I wish Sean Lee could play speaking of Sean Lee, the latest Dallas Cowboys injury report surfaced on Thursday afternoon. We wrote about this for you have blood on the boys dot com. Actually you head over there and check it out and even NFL network in Rappaport fired off a tweet about this. Looks like Sean Lee is gonna play. That's kind of the direction that all of this is trending. Sean Lee would play. I personally do not need to see Sean Lee play. If it were up to me, Shanley would not play. The Cowboys are getting incredible linebacker play. I know our own. Danny phantom wrote about that at the side over BT be this week. You think about it. The Cowboys have two of the top ten linebackers in the NFL right now in late and Vander and Jalen Smith. You don't need to play Shanley. So I don't see. I guess defrays it one way. You're kind of playing with house money a little bit to a degree. You have a defense that's balling out. You have a linebacker core that's played really well. You seem to have maybe potentially, hopefully fingers crossed really, really, really hoping found yourself offense against the Jacksonville Jaguars last week. You're so close to the by week. I think that you religious should should cruise through the by with Sean Lee. If you can save yourself because after the bye you're in November and that month is really going to matter when it comes to Dallas Cowboys football and trying to make the playoffs Bobby Boston. What the worst comment of the day on the blog on the voice Facebook, live feed. We don't give this award out a lot, but Bobby Boston says I would release Shanley blog on the boys, this Facebook feed. Look. I don't see a purpose that would serve Sean Lee is win healthy. One of the best linebackers in the NFL, but that's why you should rest him on till the Cowboys after the. Bye because he is so good. You want to use him in all situations. That are big important for your football team. Shanley is very, very, very good. Certainly not somebody who you would want to be released, but enough with that. Let's get to the main attraction on Thursdays episodes of Ocho live as it is Thursday, October eighteenth, two thousand eighteen. That means that we have Thursday night football tonight. And that means we have to make our picks for the week, and that means the tree of life. The tree of life has returned the first cold weather edition of the tree of life. You're watching the show you can see I'm wearing a sweater because it's called it's called in San Antonio from being honest. But let's let's get into picks Thursday night football, the cardinals and Denver Broncos, Josh Rosen in the primetime lights case keenum this this feels gross. By the way before we fully make the picks. Let's dress this question from broddrick Mattis to Facebook live. This question's been everywhere, and by the way, Tony Casillas and I spent a lot of time talking about this on the latest episode of the seven, five. Oh, whether to. Couch trade from Mario Cooper, look, if you're asking for my opinion, I think it's worth throwing third round pick at the Oakland Raiders. I think Jon Gruden would be mesmerized by third round, pick given his track record as of late as an NFL head coach. I, I like that idea. I like that a lot. So that's where I stand on that subject. But again, Tony and I went really deep on this on the the latest episode of five makes you check that out by the way, I'll phones per points out that it's thirty seven degrees in debt. That is way too cold from me getting back to Thursday night football. This this game is Grossman. You know, I'll say this, this Thursday, October eighteenth, two thousand eighteen Tony. And I also talked about this on the seven, five, there's so much going on in the sports world. You've got the, you've got the NFL tonight. The Houston Astros are going to try to keep their season alive. You've got the NBA is back tonight. LeBron James makes his debut at the Los Angeles Lakers. This is maybe not the worst night. They have the on the cardinals and Denver Broncos play on prime time. You know if you're like me and you never wanna miss an NFL game, you always feel like, man, I gotta watch football, whatever. This is the one to miss. This is the one dimiss I'll take the Broncos and I won't think about it ever again, let's move onto Sunday. Let's take the last two opponents for the Dallas Cowboys the Houston Texans and Jacksonville, Jaguars I'm gonna take the Jags just because I don't think that that that team sat well, all week after having forty points hung on them by the Cowboys. I'll take the Jacksonville Jaguars let's move on. We actually have to white helmet matchups on this week in the NFL the first of which is the Buffalo Bills and the Indianapolis Colts. The colts the Buffalo Bills have Derek Anderson starting for them. This is almost as gross as this cardinals Broncos him. This game is disgusting. Good helmets, good uniforms, certainly, but I'm gonna take the colts and and that's about that's about how I feel on that. Let's move on our next white helmet matchup of the week. We have the Tennessee titans. This is technically not a white helmet matchup because they've changed helmets, but my helmet set doesn't have the new ones. They'll have to pretend with me. They will take on the loss Angeles chargers, and the titans are so bad. We're seeing some stuff on Twitter by the way, making sure we've got some breaking news actually breaking news as we're on here on Ocho alive. I'll take the chargers by the way over the titans. Let's go ahead and get to this. This happen a lot here. So welcome on all ESPN's. Adam Schefter reporting that Cowboys wide receiver. Terrance Williams who is on injured reserve. Remember that Terrance Williams has been suspended for the first extra. For the for three weeks of the NFL season. If I could stop tripping over myself, the next three weeks of the season, Terrance Williams will be suspended, although he is on injured reserve. So sorry, Terrence things are not looking great for you. One second, everybody while I get this news up. And so, yeah, Terrance Williams has been suspended for the next three games of the season. Although he obviously was on injured reserve. Sometimes this happens, this is how the sausage gets made. We have breaking news around blocking the boys dot com that we have to get to. But jas Smith, I'm Facebook. Lafayette has the SM shrogam OJ excuse me says, oh, well, thank you to Aaron by the way on to Facebook life, live for letting us know that's how Osceola live works fam- sometimes we have to help each other because I've only got two ice. So I appreciate people like Aaron for letting this breaking news does happen here on July. Let's get through the rest of these picks rather quickly because I do have to go take care of this. We've got the Los Angeles Rams in San Francisco, forty Niners. This was supposed. To be Sunday night football, I'll take the Rams and that is a super easy decision. We've got the Miami Dolphins and Brock Osweiler against the Detroit Lions. I don't think Brock it's done to a row. We will take the lion's perhaps the ugliest uniform matchup of the week, the Cleveland Browns and Tampa Bay Buccaneers who fire that even pointing to this week. I'll take the Browns because I think that the Browns are gonna find a way to get it done. Moving on, we have the Minnesota Vikings and the New York Jets. The jets are somewhat fun, but I'll take the Vikings and again, feel pretty good about that. We have the Philadelphia Eagles and Carolina Panthers squaring off against one another. I'm gonna take the Panthers, although. Intimating being wrong there, but you know, whatever New Orleans Saints, Baltimore Ravens. I'm gonna take the ravens. Actually. I think the ravens get this done. I think the ravens are a better football team than people wanna give them credit for the Chicago Bears the New England, Patriots come on, man, come on. We're taking the pats on this game Sunday night football. We've got the Kansas City Chiefs and Cincinnati Bengals. This game was actually flexed into this slot. I will take the chiefs in all their glory. The Monday night game this week is by Suda. You've got the New York Giants, Atlanta, Falcons. I will take the falcons simply because they are not the giants. And finally, if it's not obvious the Dallas Cowboys Washington Redskins, we'll talk more about this game. Obviously, as the week goes on taking the Cowboys. I don't think the Cavs are losing this game with the Cowboys are better football team. So so, yeah, Terrance Williams, that was kind of the news of the hour while we were here on July suspended for three weeks. He's on injured reserve. So really, no impact. But I think that we all know that this these are Terrance Williams. His last days as a member of the Dallas Cowboys. And I mean this season after this Williams well, all be moving on finding a different football team. So that about does it for today's episode of July will be back tomorrow on Friday, October nineteenth, shout out to the show community two thousand eighteen at three PM central time you can watch on Twitter, periscope, YouTube live or the block of the boys. Facebook live feed actually took up dot com. Subscribe to our podcast feed and make sure you have a fantastic Thursday night and a fantastic Friday morning. We will see you many Ana, my friends as always go Cowboys. And. My name is Spencer hall by name is Jason Kirk. My name is Ryan Manny. Every week combined, we form the shutdown full Tron. Keep telling you the set now forecast, heck nuclear college football podcast. But it's also show about long disaster regional grocery stores. We love Tennessee, Batman, homeowners associations bears in video games. I mean there's also some actual football discussion like about coaches, having huge contracts, coaches making terrible decisions, coaches saying really stupid things or the NC double as saying released. Yeah, there's lots of stupid things in this big dome, beautiful sport. Sometimes we talk about football games allegedly. If you wanna take college football exactly as seriously as it deserves taken, come, find us on apple, podcasts, Spotify, or wherever else you listen to podcasts like this. This dapple cats. It's not voltron.

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The Law of Disappearing /// Part 2 /// 456

True Crime Garage

59:23 min | 5 months ago

The Law of Disappearing /// Part 2 /// 456

"Welcome to grab garage wherever you are. Whatever you're doing thanks for listening. I'm your host. Nick with me as always is a man that would like to advise us all that. It's not really work. It's just the power to charm. Here is the captain again. I thought you were going to go to huey lewis and the news or something. It's the power with. It's good to be seen as good to see you. Thanks for listening. Thanks for telling a friend today. We are drinking maniacal by the awesome brewers over at port city brewing company maniacal is a double ip a. That's perfectly balanced. We got some awesome happiness with tropical and citrus aromatics as well. This is eight point nine percent. Abc drink it at home in your garage and if you do i think you will agree with us our garage grade maniacal is four and a half bottle caps and a five. Let's give some cheers. Who are good friends. I up a big cheers on. We like your jib to michaela in winthrop massachusetts and a big shutouts. A mary from galena. Next up a shoutout. And cheers to colleen and helena montana a big. We'd like your job to dan and cannons berg pennsylvania next up a huge ron. Swanson please and thank you to new friend of the show. Jennifer d from delaware ohio and last. But certainly not least a cheers page from lansing michigan. Everyone we just mentioned went to true crime garage dot com and they contributed to this week's beer fund. And for that. We thank you yeah. Bwi arguing beer. Run into all of our true crime addicts. You are all ten thousand candles in the wind and that is enough of the business all right. Everybody gathered around. Grab a share. Grab a beer. Let's talk some true crime. It's been well over a decade. Since two collier county men were last seen in fact this week will mark seventeen years to the day. The anyone has seen terrance. Williams law enforcement is still actively on the hunt to piece together the mysterious disappearances of both men twenty-three-year-old felipe santos was the first to go missing in october of two thousand and three after santos got into an early morning. Fender bender collier county deputy. Steve caulkins was dispatched to the intersection of lia road and airport pulling road instead of leaving him abandoned along side of the road. Kalkin says this is what he told investigators that he did. The young man favor according to detective o'neill who has worked this case. O'neill says he meaning kalkin drives him about a quarter mile east to convenience store where kalkin says he issued him three citations and allows him to use a phone and according to caulkins is the last time that he sees mr santos. It's also the last time anyone saul fully santos now fast forward three months to january two thousand and four. That's when terrance williams ran into some car problems and encounters deputy calkins it's unclear exactly what transpired because officer caulkins recollection of these events have changed several times according to his statements. Again back to detective. O.'neil he says quote witnesses. Tell us that. There was an exchange. A conversation between caulkins and williams. Nothing alarming but mr williams was placed in the back of caulkins patrol car and just like felipe santos. That was the last time anyone saw twenty seven year old. Terrance williams collier county sheriff's department have been very transparent about this situation and i applaud them for that. We have detective. Kevin o'neill on the record saying quote the facts the testimony and what happened keeps bringing us back to one person steve calkins. Yeah all these cases we have eye-witnesses that are not Connected to the individuals. They have no dog in the fight. Like you'd say and in this case the collier county sheriff's department. They have a big dog in the fight. One of their own is being looked at for a potential involvement in the disappearance of two young men or big caulkins fight. And that's why. I think it's important that they've been transparent and they've investigated their own here. They've investigated stephen caulkins. We have so many situations where we talk about theories and conspiracy theories of police cover-ups and so on and so forth but that does not seem to be the situation here. We have again detective oni on the record saying most of his meaning. Steve calkins accounts are troubling to any investigator who looks at the case. Because there are inconsistencies in his stories we have three agencies at one point that were actively working this case a good that gives you a good little checks and balances. They're all three agencies. Were playing with the public to reach back into their minds and let them know anything that could help. Bring this case to the next level detective. O.'neil again quote if they soul and interaction between a patrol car and citizen back then in a wooded area a parking lot the back of a business something. That is just not normal. We want to hear from you. Anybody that wants to look into this case on their own. I think a good starting place would be the charlie project. And that's the charlie project org you can go to their website. And that's charlie c. h. a. r. l. e. y. project dot org. There's a very good page for each individual with some detailed specific information on both of these missing persons cases for both felipe santos. And terrance williams. I think the tough thing here is we have law enforcement signing up for to protect and serve but we have these two men that go missing and the last person known to be with the men are law enforcement that are supposed to protect and serve these individuals so what would be his motive to get rid of these guys or make these guys disappear. That's a very good question and in regards to the public's assistance in helping law enforcement with this case we as well as others are asking that you contact these different agencies but one of them includes the collier county sheriff's office and people say. Well why would i want to call them. They're probably one of their own. Might be responsible for why these two are missing again. I think they're doing good work here. They have recognized and observed this to be a problem. That one of their own is a problem. They do not trust his own words. They do not trust what he is saying to them. In fact they let him go and this was in rather short order as well. We have these individuals go missing between october. Two thousand three and two thousand four two thousand and four and it's august of two thousand and four. The they fire him from the sheriff's department. Now this is a guy calkins as much as we. He's got no friends here and this garage He had a pretty squeaky clean record up to that point and i think that's why when they looked at him in the santos missing persons case and cleared him. You're going okay. That makes sense. He's been on the force at this point for seventeen years completely clean record. He doesn't have a history of violence. He doesn't have incident reports one after another. No this was on. Paper appears to be a good cop for seventeen years. In fact he has awards for saving lives during that time where we don't have people in the community coming out and saying hey we think he's donkey balls crazy or there some reports of him getting in bar fights her that he has a short temper. Anything or that. He's even rough with people that he's arrested. There's really no reports of that well and you have an easy route to saying okay. Well santos is either flying under the radar because he wants to avoid these charges or he went back to mexico brian. Then we also have the added situation later now. Calkins is never cleared in williams case. In fact terrance williams case really stirs everything up again. As far as the santos case goes and now he's being looked at for both but in williams case. Steve calkins is going to tell us all. Look i'm innocent of this. I didn't do anything to either. These guys other than give them a ride. And both of these dudes have reasons to not surface. They both have reasons to run and hide. Santos may be back to mexico. Who knows right. Terrance williams remember. We mentioned that he was from tennessee. Moved down to florida to be close to his mother. He is a father and he has working two jobs because he's trying to keep up with child support. He's the father of four and unfortunately for those four children Even in two thousand and four terrance williams had fallen well behind on that child support. In fact he was in the rear so much i think it was like five six thousand dollars at that point once he goes missing and this could be another winky dink but two days later. There's a warrant out for his arrest because he's got all this back. Child support that needs to be paid so he has. He has reasons for ducking the law as well and we don't know if he knew that was coming right he would know that he's behind. He may not know that they're getting ready to file anything on him now. That's a long way of saying that. I believe that. The collier county sheriff's department has done their due diligence in looking at one of their own. They let him go. He was fired from the department. They did some other sneaky things that i really like here. Captain you know how sneaky we like to be right. They put a gps tracking device on his patrol car. That's a good start. Unbeknownst to officer caulkins yeah out on there should be. Gps on all their cars. Because let's say there was right you're signing up to serve and protect you take these individuals to quote unquote k. The gps proves it. So why when you want one on your car just the same reason why we should have body cameras on every police officer. It backs up. Whatever story that you have correct but you're also stating that seventeen years writing right. After the fact technology wasn't what it is today back then so but they had. Gps back then but they didn't on their vehicles and so they put this just like if if they were surveilling you for involvement in something or if they thought you were involved in something they can they will sneak and put all right. We got a search warrant for your truck well. Well let's put this little device on his truck and be able to monitor where he's going. Why do they want to do that. With caulkins one. Probably just for the fact that you're worried he might do something else. Was this say that you know. I was a suspect in the floppy dong murders but to you want to know if he did do something terrible if he did off one or both of these missing individuals. Yeah and place them somewhere. Well can we get on record him going off to some remote location. We know how these guys like the return to the scene or check on what they left or what they hid. That never happened. They put the device on his patrol car. i'm wonder i don't know for certain if they were able to do this with his civilian vehicle as well but they never had him going off into some strange location or some wooded area or remote area where they would be able to find the remains of either one of these individuals. Yeah looking at this case early on. I wondered if this officer had any canam like fishing hobbies or hunting hobbies that maybe he would have locations that he could dispose of bodies. So i saw a news report and it was very it was a little troublesome but i don't know i don't have enough information for two totally weird me out but in two thousand and twelve law enforcement was searching this wooded area near that wiggins pass road which would be terribly far from where he says that he dropped off terrance williams at the the circle k. And the lead in for the story that they're telling on the news. Is that law enforcement searching this area because it was a known. Their words a known hangout of officer. Caulkins seemed like a bizarre now. I don't know what's going on in that area right like you said maybe the key. Maybe this is a fishing hole. Or maybe there's reason for him to have hung out in that area. They didn't go into any but it looked like an area that nobody goes to right. Which is bizarre now. Yeah but sometimes with these patrol officers. They have these little spots that they go to to know. Do paperwork or or whatever it is. When i worked at a studio we were kind of in the middle of nowhere and we had a very long drive and driveway and constantly. Sheriff patrol officers. Were back in that dr. Fill out paperwork or maybe taking their lunch break or whatever. Yes i know that spot. That's a nice peaceful spa. And i know of bars that i've worked at in the past where we would tell officers if you need somewhere to park to do your paperwork. Or what have you feel free to park behind the bar. Any our law enforcement presence here is not a bad thing. Yeah the only bad thing is when a week later. The son of a bitch catches you for speeding. And you're like hey buddy we give you a place to park all the time. He can't let me go dot. We were friends. I thought were thought we were friends. Thought were cool. We used to give free coffee to officers at the gas station to that. The it's nice to have them coming in and out. Okay so captain what we have. Here's let's go down this road of the investigation. The the collier county sheriff's office did on one of their own and we have some audio clips that we will get to but one of these clips actually all. These clips are very important. But the the first one that i'd like to talk about is we have dispatch calling officer caulkins at his home. He's at home on his day off. They're calling him just days. After terrance williams was last seen days after this incident where he encounters terrance williams says he takes them to a circle k gas station and then later toes. This nineteen eighty-four white cadillac when he's called it home by dispatch. He's he can't remember anything he can't remember. Anything at all. Dispatch is calling his house. Because william's mother has tracked down. Remember she located the vehicle. Brevard out that caulkins name was on the to- bill and now she's on the phone with the color county sheriff's office wanting to know what their interaction was with her son and where her son may be right and was he charged with anything so dispatch going. Hey addict clown what happened now. All that your home on your day off all carpet vanderbilt on a cadillac. You remember. Remember here chemistry idoney quality somebody at the back of your vehicle on the rest of them. I don't go you meet anybody. Think about this. I wonder who the afternoon want the mother that you pick up the guy. And he's been on monday and i do not anybody clearly on why you can get guy participates becker. Any attack got right back and got it likely cadillac. Which would look at my notes. I don't remember but he took him anybody who the dale nobody. Okay i wanna make sure. I'll give new can come up with kinda collector of i to think. And he did not think he did not me here. We go with nobody there. What we that okay. We knew that he didn't picking up on one. Pick up the people at the dimity tau police officer in collier county court car in the car and take away. Okay if there wasn't officer out there there's our nine hundred offers here. We have a cargo. Now who no way. I could find out comey gave the ride. That one Out nine hundred hundred per mondale thing with a call facing warn the we could track him would be. The report was telling you. There is no report taken from that area on monday. Now one came up for the. They're giving you want information or not. Okay okay you're welcome. One thing that stands out on that call from dispatch to steve calkins at his home immediately is he doesn't really answer any of the questions. This is what. I want people to focus on when they're thinking about that call every question that he's asked. Did you arrest someone. Do you remember a cadillac. Do you remember this going on. Just a few days ago to each question he says no. He's not saying no. I mean at some point yes. He does outwardly. Say no i didn't arrest anyone. But in most of those instance he's not saying no as his answer he saying no almost as he doesn't recall right doesn't remember and this is very interesting to me because this is either a one of two avenues that i think you could go with your suspicions about caulkins. Either a he's just like a dumb child you know how like a child when you ask them. Hey you did this. This is terrible. What why did you hit your sister. Why did you throw this toy did you. Did you say this curse word at school. Yeah why did you scratch her. But and sniff it well a lot of times. A child win accused of something that they did. Their defense mechanism will click in sometimes it. It's just. I don't remember right What now. I don't remember i remember anything or you go down the other avenue and this is very strategic of mr calkins and he can say oh i was put on the spot so i just claimed not to remember anything and then when when it's brought up again then i will provide some information but i'm claiming at this point not to remember anything so i'm not locking myself into anything specific right and he he actually set himself up for this on the dispatch. Call probably knowing that it was being recorded Have to look my notes. Yes yeah. I'll have to look into my notes and then i'll be able to remember. I think he would remember going up to somebody in in the graveyard right so i have. I have several problems with him. Not remembering by where one i go either. Okay he's deceptive. He's a bad officer and a bad person and he's lying to us or let's let's give him the benefit of the doubt. If he doesn't remember he's probably just a bad officer. You have to have have some kind of memory when you're in that line of work and other lines of work as well but he can remember that he hasn't arrested somebody in a long time in a long time. But i think you're right captain here. Here's what we have. The dispatcher is providing him with pretty detailed information. Hey at this time you called in a toe for a eighty four white cadillac now. I've seen pictures of this eighty four white cadillac. This is two thousand and four. This is not a vehicle that he's going to encounter every day right. This is a unique vehicle. And it's one of those big boat standout cadillacs ones that you you would notice this vehicle. In a parking lot full of other vehicles it would stand out and then you are very very astute my friend because you you said the cemetery. How could you not remember four days earlier. This big giant whale of a white cadillac and a cemetery. And here's how. I think you know he's lying is because the story then becomes. Oh yeah. I took that individual four seven minute ride to drop him off at work so you remember the unique car in the unique location with the man that you spent at least seven minutes driving to drop him off at work that you then eventually called and found out he was lying and we know that you were there because of the paperwork because you had the car towed take it a step further. I would guess that he is not in the business of doing favors for civilians on the daily right. He his own words. Says i did the guy favor i took him for a ride. I them off at this location. Oh and then later. I figured out that he deceived me. I checked the paperwork in the glove box. It was not there like he told me. So how. I just find it. Incredibly hard to believe that. This officer fails to remember this big giant white unique. This interaction with this young man in the cemetery and that. Oh i did the guy a favor. Let him off the hook and then he lied to me and that's why had the vehicle towed and it's just a couple of days later i i. It seems bizarre to me an incredibly hard to believe that he wouldn't remember this so what i think. He's being various and the reason why he no and pause and then when when you're not able to pause because the person not giving you any information back what does he do. I just i don't remember well. At least he's smart enough to inquire what this is about. You know he's trying to get to the bottom of will wise the dispatcher calling me oh there there's this lady that's been calling us all day because her son is missing and wave but here cemetery saying that they saw an officer put him in the back of a patrol car. 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I barely understand half of that. So he's definitely in calling in vin number and then they're they're making some but i can't really make out what what they're saying. Okay so there's i mean he's being a complete jackass on half of though the call. He's goofing around and whomever he's calling this into is goofing around with him as well. Later steve calkins will say the guy that he was phoning this into the vin. Check is a friend of his. And they're they're goofing around. Look this happens at work. People act in a manner that's less than professional when they're interacting with somebody they might be quote unquote buddies with at work. I do believe that police officers should be professional. And this is the the only the only thing that i can think of. When i hear how caulkins is acting during this call is that he's probably got a little Racist bone in 'em somewhere and multiple bones. Well he's an ass hat is what he is to put it in plain and simple brick dumpster. Yeah but so. He's calling in the vin number. Now let's go back to what he has told us his going on in the incident report that he dropped off. Williams returned to the vehicle only to discover that the information that he was looking for that he was told by williams that he would find inside. The vehicle is not there now. He believes that he's been deceived. And that the vehicle may possibly be stolen. So that is why. He's calling in the vin number. You can hear dave his buddy dave. Who's on the other end is saying. Oh good larry dave. Let's see what we come up with. You know we're going to run this number. Let's see what we come up with. Maybe it's been reported stolen somewhere. It doesn't come up with any stolen report but if we're going to overlap this call with the information. He provides in the incident report. That's where we're at in his timeline. He's dropped off williams. He's returned to the vehicle and now he's calling in the vin to discover if it has in fact been stolen and you notice. He doesn't tell his buddy. All by the way i just took this guy to work and now he says no one's around. He said that the vehicle appears to be abandoned to which dave responds. All good you know. Let's see what we come up with here. There's one little thing that's very interesting at the end of that call and you may not have picked up on it because it is hard to hear. He says to dave oh good. The tow company is already here. That's interesting that and that's very important to this story and you'll see why after we play this next clip care saying using google very time. Now you're probably thinking what the heck are they making me. listen to. That is very hard to hear. We wanted to play the evidence that they put out on their website. Colonel how about you break down what we should be hearing on that audio clip. Well i'm going to tell you why this is proof positive that we should all be very suspicious of officer caulkins and it's this is going to and put the underlying at ten times everything that we've already been telling we've said questionable behavior. We've discussed questionable behavior. This is evidence of such. This is why. I believe they fired him and why i believe that. They've publicly stated he's a person of interest in these two missing persons cases so the order that we played those calls in is not as important as the order that they were actually placed in. We played them in the exact order that they were placed in right. Okay why is that important. So what did we did. We cover so far in the first call. He's calling in the vin. He wants to figure out if this car is in fact stolen. He says at the end of that first call. Oh the tow companies already here. Think about that first second. He's already called the tow company and put in the order for the toe before. He's figured out if the vehicle has been stolen or abandoned in his incident report. He states that thinking that he might have been stolen or abandoned he called in and then had it towed no he had it towed first and then called it in okay. The tow company is already here then later after the tow company is there and picks up the vehicle this by his own words in these recordings. Now he's calling in for a background check on an individual who is that individual. Terence d williams. That's what his words are on this. Call khan terence. He spells the name parents He says de for the middle name. Terence's million middle name is dion williams. Traditional spelling is what he says. This is important for several reasons. First his own reports and what he will tell officers and investigators from that point on is. I only knew his first name. He told me his name was terence. I gave him a ride. I did him a favor. Well we know that's not true. Because you're calling in terence d williams right but his but is there any information in the car that would lead him to that. Information said to have his full name. Well that is. This is the icing on the cake. This is why you have to say to yourself. He had to have been in the presence of terrance williams longer than he has told us. And how do we know that to be absolutely true when he has to give a birthday for this person that he's calling in the birthday that he gives as four one nine thousand nine hundred seventy five april first nineteen seventy five That is not terrance. Williams birthday parents. Williams birthday is january seventeenth nineteen seventy six. His family has come forward and said you know what when he was in trouble with the law in the past he would give a fake birthday when asked to identify himself. The fake birthday that he would give would be april. First nineteen seventy-five april fools. So what i'm pointing out here is. There is no driver's license or state identification card. That will state that. Terrance williams was born on april first. Nineteen seventy five. This is not information. He could have got from anywhere other than from terrance williams mouth right now. Why is this important. The order of these calls at the end of the first call. He says the tow company has already here and then later calls back in to get a background. Check on terrance d williams but he also stated that. There's no babe with the car. There's no one around and his incident report says it by this point. He's already dropped off. Williams at the circle k return to the vehicle. We know this to be true as well. Because or portions of this to be true as well because we have the employees at the cemetery who stay he put williams in the back of the vehicle drove off and then sometime between fifteen minutes and one hour later he returned moved the cadillac a bit of a distance and then they showed up and towed the vehicle away right. Think about this for a second. People have pointed out that we have a situation where this officer did not have enough time to go off in murder someone and hide the body so well that nobody would ever find it. Seventeen years later to idiots or in a garage somewhere in ohio talking about this case. They said that that couldn't be done what i'm pointing out here is. Is there a chance given this evidence that he took tarrant somewhere and then return to terrence after the vehicle was towed right. How did he get this information. He's providing information that could have only have come from tariffs himself in. This is after the fact that he says that he saltaire. This is after the fact of him having the vehicle towed away. There's something very fishy about this. And i'm telling you the sheriff's department know it to be true as well. They took this information and used this information to fire this officer. They said to him. What you are telling us makes no sense. We know that you needed to be in the presence of terence at the time of this call or shortly before this call and this is after the time that you said you were done with him for the entirety of the day. They are on record telling this man you are one of our own. We are not coming after you. We are looking to clear you but your own statements will not allow us to clear you right but on top of that if you base off the eye witnesses testimony. They're saying at some point. He put tariffs in the back of his police car. While let's say he's in the back of the police car. Then he's calling about this vin number. He is lying to his fellow officers about any contact with terence correct the night that he had contact with terence correct. It's bizarre and you have to wonder. Okay let's go off of his information in his incident report. He says the after returning to the vehicle not finding the information he was told would be in the vehicle. He felt that he was deceived. And that the vehicle may have been stolen. Okay well we know that he has it towed. He calls in the tow. We hear him at the end of that call saying oh the tow companies already here right. Is there a chance that he drives back to the circle k. Where he did. Let's say he did drop parents off at the circle k he finds terrence there or maybe as the clerk says she saw terrence filling up a gas tank a gas can and then walking away. Was he so pissed off. That he drove around looking for terrance williams after the vehicle was towed away and then pick them up later and did something terrible as i. I don't really understand. The you know the motive. Is he just as racist murderous dick well. That's the thing a lot of people look at this case in. They jumped the gun a bit and they say all right well. This is a cop who turned into a serial killer or this is a serial killer cop who who knows. I mean he's not offering up any information and the information that he has provided is false. It's not correct so then you have to go okay. Well if he's lying about this and we know he is lying about this. That may not be anything illegal within the confines of of what we know him to be lying about. But then you go well. If he's lying about this what else is he lying about. What other things is. He conveniently relieving out and not remembering. He must be lying about this. He refuses to admit that he saw parents at any point. After dropping him off at the circle k. We know he's lying about that. Why why is that so important for him that all of us believed that he never saw terrence after that and i think it's because he did something illegal. He did something very wrong now. What what level of of Crime is that we don't know it could be as simple as one of the big theories in this case is a star light tour. What is the starlight tour. That phrase was named made famous because of cases up in canada. Where officers would pick up people for very minor infractions. these are probably repeat offenders minor infractions. they're fed up with having to deal with these individuals. They're not going to be punished by the law because they are minor infractions. So what these officers were doing. Is they would drive the individual out in the middle of nowhere force them to get out of the vehicle and just leave them there. You gotta find your own way home buddy all all your your drunk again in public or you're in a bar fight again. I've picked up. This is the second time i've picked up this week. You're a nuisance. This is a strange thing to do in the middle of the day. It's a very strange thing to do in the middle day. And that's the other thing people jumped the gun. I i say jumped the gun because the people say well the skies very obviously zero killer. I don't know that we can say that. Because i do not see premeditated murder in either one of these situations. Why because look the guy's been on the force for seventeen years. He's while i find him to be a complete as hat. it means. he's not dumb enough to go all. I've had all these witnesses. And i'm just going to. I'm just gonna murder this guy and he never ever again or not if if this if that were his to kill to kill to kill to On some kind of mission he would pick situations where there are no witnesses. I guarantee you that the and that's that's what's a little bit scary here. Captain is you have to wonder when when people go missing and there's no in there are these witnesses. What has happened with this officer win. There's no one around when there's it's the middle of the night But people have power can form a sense of arrogance in the sense of Righteousness where it doesn't matter what you see. I am the law right right now. I think that if this were situation where he murdered either of these individuals that it was reactionary. It wasn't premeditated the way happened and he reacted to a situation. I i can see where you're coming from. I don't think that you can rule out the of premeditation as far as like. I have this person now in my custody and now i'm going to figure out what to do with them right. I'm just saying. I don't see a situation. It doesn't make any sense to me a situation where he's waking up that morning going off i pull somebody over. I'm going to kill him and leave him out in the middle of nowhere especially when we have all i mean we have. We have multiple eye witnesses at both of these situations so much. So that at the cemetery he spoke kalkin spoke with the cemetery workers. It's not like they happen to see him from afar. He talked to them that night he. I'm sorry that day right. Were were in complete agree and that he is. He's completely foolish. Shit i mean this guy something to terrance williams for a couple days later oh i don't remember this unique car and this unique location where i talked to people that worked there at the unique location and i moved the car. Yeah i absolutely believe he did something to terrance williams. And i base that off of the evidence that we've just provided today. The sheriff's department's belief that he was had interaction with terrance williams after. He says that he did the thing here again. I'm going to you know when you compare a serial killer to someone who kills to cover something up. That's two completely different monsters. And i think that there could be a situation here where this is reactionary. Parents did something that pissed this officer off and he he struck him or he he. He brutally attacked him and then decided i got. I got to cover this up. I gotta silence this guy forever. I think that we're we have a good amount of evidence here. The the he very well could have drove around and looked for williams. If in fact he did drop him off at the circle k that day. I say that. I feel strong. More strong lee about terrance williams case than i do santos's case because there is some indication that santos could have fled the country altogether. Then it's just a coincidence that these two are linked in that manner. I did find statements by close relatives of his that say that he was considering moving back to mexico before any of this took place. I'm not ruling out the possibility that the caulkins did something to santos as well. I'm just saying there's a. There's a little more question of what if in that case. I think there's more evidence and more witnesses obviously in the williams case but again kudos to the collier county sheriff's department for look they they didn't turn and look the other way they went head on into this thing when presented with. Hey there's a problem we need you to look into this. They did fully look into one of their own. They fired this man. They have also provided the public with a good amount of resources and information. On this case you can find what we covered here today as well as more information on their website. The collier county sheriff's office website. This case really blew up and two thousand twelve. And that was when al sharpton and then tyler perry tyler perry got involved in this case tyler. Perry has offered up a bunch of his own money for information and either one of these cases in fact it's up to two hundred thousand dollar reward for information in either of these cases on this is not a hugely popular case. This is a great case to spotlight. This is a great case to sharing get the public behind and put a little more pressure on individuals and maybe we'll get some answers for their families that's right and again if anyone has any information and either these cases or information about officer steve caulkins. Please call crime stoppers again. That number is one eight hundred seven eight zero eight four seven seven all right. We want to hear from you. Go to our website true crime garage dot com and go to our blog and let us know what you think about this case colonel to. We have any recommended reading for this week this week. We are happy to recommend a new book from an author that true crime readers will recognize for certain. That is m william. 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Terrence K. Williams | From The Foster House To The White House

The Charlie Kirk Show

33:06 min | 11 months ago

Terrence K. Williams | From The Foster House To The White House

"Thank you for listening to this podcast wine production. Now, available on Apple podcasts podcast one spotify and anywhere else you get your podcast. Hey, everybody I've a real treat in store for you. The Great Terrance Williams is here. He's one of the funniest people. He's a black conservative you're gonNA love him. Thank you guys for supporting our program at Charlie Kirk, dot com slash support Charlie Kirk dot, com slash support. Thank you for those who that chip in twenty dollars a month or fifty dollars a month or cimabue hundred dollars a month God bless you. You allow us to continue to stay strong and keep our program moving up in the charts. As I mentioned in our sister episode for fifteen people that listen to this episode type and Charlie Kirk show hit subscribe give us a five star review screen shot at an email it to us. If you do that fifteen of you will be selected to win a signed copy of Donald Trump junior's new book liberal privilege and we have don coming on the podcast very. Terrance Williams is here buckle up. Here we go. Charlie. What you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus you to know we are lucky to have charlie. Charlie running the White House. I WANNA. Thank y'all he's an incredible guy, his spirit his love of this country's done an amazing job building. One of the most powerful youth organisations ever created turning point USA not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Hey, everybody. Welcome to this episode of the Charlie Kirk Show. I am joined by my friend Terrance Williams who makes me laugh more than any of the late night comedian Stephen Colbert or Jay Leno or any of those guys you guys have probably seen terrence twitter or facebook. His videos are awesome. He is. He's very creative and I'm honored to have him on the show terrence. Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show man thank you for having me on one of the greatest podcast shows as A. Right now. Well thank you man, you're wearing your keep America great hat for those people that can't see it that are listening to us. Tell us a little about yourself. You love. Donald trump you're black conservative, your comedian. You're all these things that aren't supposed to exist. Tell us your story. Well yes. I do love President Donald J trump and I'm black and I do understand that. Just because I'm black that on me, I have to be a Democrat I mean, Charlie you know I'm just the. I I just consider myself as a regular guy from Oklahoma City I was born and raised in in the state of Oklahoma. I came from foster care. You know my mother had nine children by six different guys. She was addicted to crack cocaine and she ended up losing us in the system. The judge took a rights away because he was tired of seeing us a in and out of the system going back from foster. House. Back to my mother's house. So he just said you know what these children deserve better. So we're GONNA keep them in a system, and hopefully a family adopts these children and so that happen in but you know what? This is America in the dream is real. So even though I went through all of that, you know since the American dream is real made something of myself because I decided not to play victim and to do something with my life because there comes a point. You know there there. There comes a point when you have to start taking responsibility. You know you can't always make excuses so and then I started doing comedy and then this guy named Donald Trump was running for president in two, thousand, sixteen and. I said I'm voting for this guy but the crazy thing is charlie. Now when I first got started, I made a video on facebook it was called Africa's not my home. And stop blaming the white man for everything. It was my very first video and I was eating some fried chicken. Wow was making a video and it was not it was not intentional. I was on my lunch break and I want to finish my chicken and I wanted to trial this this new facebook laughing. So I'll make this video and I started out though I hear a lot of black people talk about they want to move back to Africa that I've never been. So to me, you know at this time I said I've Ever Been Alabama and I'm sure. So if Y'ALL WANNA move to Africa you move there and you let me know how fair card treat you I'm not sure what you. Okay I'M GONNA stay here with my wife folks that's what I said in the video. I'm just making examples of how great this country and trying to figure out Charlie why people want to. WHY DO PEOPLE WANNA, move out the country and they they say they WANNA move but they haven't left yet. But this is the greatest country in the world people are moving here. So why do you WANNA move there? That's what I was trying to figure out. You know and the video went viral of because I was talking about these things and I was like you know what I don't understand. I said you half y'all need health insurance. You know I said I'm just making a joke but be people got people were mad but I say happy Yanni health insurance I hate break the news feed but. An Africa they have flaws out there that will kill you in. Please believe me your health insurance is not paying for that at all and I was just going on and on rant about how great this country was and people were mad at at that they were mad at that and they were mad that I was eating some fried chicken while I was talking about that and I think it was racist to eat fried chicken. Charlie you like Fried Chicken Fried Chicken. You know good. Yeah, I mean that's the American. I mean America loves chicken period. Okay. From baked I don't care how you prefer it people. Love Chicken you know and people were calling me. You know racist for in Fried Chicken columnists stereotype and I was like how out thought everybody chicken I I was really lost Mike this is confusing you know because when I went to, you know the my favorite chicken spot there were white people there before me you know matter of fact. They, had they were holding up the line you know. Me asking for fresh chicken like come on. Can you just get the stuff that's already made? Then, so that so that was in two thousand sixteen and people were like this guy's funny. I had liberals following me to. and they were like, but who are you voting for and I'll say it will donald trump. And I saw thought window down down down down down down down people were people in boxing me. You know what you just started in. You just ended I can't believe you are going to support Donald trump now president trump and I was confused like what you accident who was. Who was I won't be voting for say Donald. Trump. And That's how I got into talking about politics. I mean I've I've I've always been I. I was never involved in politics. But always done my research. So that's why I supported Donald J trump on new Hillary Clinton was not the right choice at all I knew that for sure So that's I got into that Charlie you know. Well it's a great story. So Terrence Talos, you've been to the White House. You've got to know the president, they call the president, a racist and all these things. What do you think about that law actually because we are bringing up onto the White House in meeting the President I would like to thank a man. Who made that happen and that man is Charlie Kirk. Thank you. Charlie Charlie is the reason why I met President Donald J trump and He never mentioned that when he talked about me onto the White House and Charlie thank you so much but you deserve it terrence you deserve it. It was it was easy. I went to I went to the President I said there's someone here that really wants to see you and he said who I said terrence he said premium in here. I want to see him. So it was. You know he loves you. So man it was phenomenal just now go into the White House. If I didn't meet the President I was still happy to be at the White House to be invited to the White House to be in the East Room to be in the east wing. You know that's a lot of people in America have not had that experience, and so I, you know I don't care who the president was being. The White House is an honor. You know that's that-that's privileged to be invited. To meet the president. Out I'm still cloud nine I'm still on cloud nine, and that was like when was that and that was at the. Twenty nineteen and I'm still on clown I still can't believe it and president trump was so real. You know he has a I can't even explain his Bob Airasia. It was like meeting a next. It was like talking to next door neighbor. You know he made you feel comfortable because a lot of times you go to these places like you go to the White House are you are hanging around politicians? A lot of them are all UPI and they got their shoulder is a the walking like you know the military you know. You feel like you are out of place but president trump may me and everybody else in the White House said he invited you know he made us feel like we were at home aunt the White House is the People's home. You know that that is the People's house in. He made us feel like we were at home So con-, and so real. And not a racist at all not a racist at all and not only did I not only was able to meet him He. Invited me to speak on stage. Charlie Kirk. Didn't even see that coming. Talents right. That that was a surprise. And so so what do you have to say when people say that trump is a racist and all these awful things? What's your response to that? Well, trump is rates his will I well I. You know I don't only use it back that I met him that he treated me very very, very nice. 'cause a racist person the hates black people they will not want to talk to them shake their hand or anything and they're sure would not have been any black leadership summits at the White House for one, and he probably would have a council African American. History that event at the White House, but I'll bring up his policies Charlie. Okay. Bring him his policies. Before the pandemic before this Chinese virus hit America. which I think was intentional but I'm not gonNA go there but before this Chinese virus. Black unemployment was at an all time low. Record low, not just low record low. The numbers were lower than they were when Obama was the president the. President trump has done more for the black community in the first black president. And people say, well, it is. The jobs are all you can bring the jobs no lack proverty. was at an all time low before this pandemic. What else Charlie I mean let's go down the list here H H. Age. Gave them a whole I like I. Say he gave them a whole lot of money. Now, if he did not like black people, why would he do that? Why would he want a racist? If you know the history of the KKK, the history of real racist people they didn't won't black people to have knowledge. They didn't want black people to have They did not want black people to go to school and get an education. So why would a race his man fun? Fun HPC while he do that, win real racists in real KKK members don't want black people to have an education. So. Best. Best, run. Lost that's that's what I'm trying to figure out. Then the first step. President trump the sign that he left that alone. Because for one. He did not. We all know in twenty sixteen. He did not win because of the black vote. Okay. So if he was racist, he could have been like you know what? Since a bunch of black people in vote for me at twenty sixteen? I'm not doing anything for them. But he did not do that. He did not say that you know why? Because he is all about the American people regardless of color. Because at the end of the day, it's not about race. It's not about color. We're all humans we're all Americans and he's putting everybody in America first because Charlie you my brother I'm your brother you are my neighbour we can't you. We have to have a president as fighting for everybody you know you can't help you. You can't just help a white person not help a black person because we all brothers and sisters you know what? I'm saying so you can't. You can't lead people out in this country when you are the president and he he knows that saw regardless of in all these liberals at our hate him calling him racist trump is still helping hill. He's still helping to. He's still helping me. That's right because you know why? Because that's why he ran. That's what he promised to have everybody in this country. So they can amiss me with all that he's racist stuff and I'm GonNa tell you. Out when I went to my first rally in Dallas. Texas. Last year. Was the last year was last year I went to my first rally. And my Uber driver. A pick me up in a couple of other people and He said now he didn't pick us up directly from the trump rally. We were at a restaurant and he picked us up but he figured we were at the trump rally and he says, so were you guys at the trump rally and I'm thinking my head all my goodness. He is about to start talking crap about Donald trump so asset yes. In he was the Black Guy, he said, all this sub is I'm gonNA. Take in I was like are you a trump supporter? He said no I'm not but I'm voting for him in twenty twenty. I said Oh why are you voting for him? If you don't support him, he said because. He said now that this is the thing he said, I might not like some things about him but I like his policies he said more he said more he said tweets at or more years of trump me four more years of extra money in my pocket. Four more years of trump meets four more years of extra food that I can put on the table for my children. That's why I'm voting for him. He said I'm voting for me. It's a vote for my family is a vote for me, and that's what people need to understand it is when you when you are out voting, you're not just voting for trump need to vote for you at this president is doing something that is going to help you in benefit benefits benefits. This country make a vote for you make a vote for this country voting for trump is voting for America voting for Joe Biden voting for China, and you don't even live in China so. Let's talk about Joe Biden. So terrence tell us your take on Joe Biden. He's very corrupt. He said some very racist things before you've had some hilarious videos about Joe. Biden let let at. First Charlie. I do want to say shame on his wife Shame on his campaign, shame on his friends and his family for allowing him to run in making A. Shame on them for allowing him to make a fool out of yourself. You Know Adam. Sell. His wife knows he has a a mental problem. Okay. We are all aware that Joe. Biden is not all there. He's not all the way there in the mind. And they are Sin. Watch. But Joe Biden has lost his everlasting mind. He's been in office for over would charlie. Let's say what like Three decades four decades he's been he's been in politics. Now what in the world? This is what I'm trying to figure out. How all of a sudden you know how to fix everything but you were not able to fix it. In the last thirty to forty years what if you knew how to fix all of these things? Why didn't you tell Obama? Your here's right here, Maine. You know us, kids in his but everyday why didn't you tell Obama out of things. If you knew how to fix all these problems. He Act like he has a magic stick he can fix everything. You know he got the magic on But really president trump has the magic line. Because, you remember Obama said. A trump thinks he he he thinks there's some magic wand. He can just bring these jobs back and guess what those jobs are brought behead. President Trump has the magic wand. Right of him is handed over to me when he leaves office and Twenty Twenty Four. But yeah. You Know Joe Biden is a hypocrite and just because he was Barack Obama's VP does not mean that he's not a racist. Okay. Joe. Biden is clearly racist. The fact that he told me that I'm not black vote for him. Who in the hell do you think you are detail me? I'M NOT BLACK IF I don't vote for you. You don't get to tell me who vote for you know people listening ear Martin Luther, King? Marched. In. Fault people we have veterans who died in war. You know from my right to vote. Not for Joe Biden to tell me who to vote for. People did not die for that Charlie. People. Did Not offer that people did not fighting war for that Martin Martin Luther King March for that. So I don't know who in the world do you think he is tell me I'm on black if I don't vote for him then. I thought okay. He learned his. Lesson. In it, he didn't say. What he say the black people are not diverse. Like Hispanics. You think that low of black people. First of all you think we dumb. So he think black people are dumb. He think we're all ignorant. He think we can't think for ourselves yet, and then he calls he calls black reporters junkies. Yeah Junkies. So now you think we own drugs you think you know we can't think for sales. Now. That's a true races. Pula any I wanNA, know that anybody out there. That has any audio of trump's and these things about black people. because. Joe Biden. There's audio and video out there of job. I in San all these things but he's not the racist. But they say trump is a racist. Whereas the audio of trump telling black people, they're not black, they don't vote. Where is the IDEAL OF TRUMP SAM? Black people are junkies where is the audio of President? Trump's saying that a black people are not diverse like Hispanics. Latinos where's that audio at? Where's audio and where is the signature that all out I want to look up the thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, four, Crombie. Is there any video out there of president trump supporting the nineteen ninety-four? A crime bill is there is his signature on anything the he endorsed it. I couldn't find it, but you know what Joe Biden it, it's all out there. So Guess who's the real races Joe Biden is a racist in his delusional. Then he said he bought a gangster named pop back in the day may get Outta here I'll from the food there is nobody in the ghetto nobody in the hood name Corn Pat nobody's naming themselves out to cereal come on. Let's be real here you know. Her. Let's. Let's get into this to tell us what your thoughts are on Blm. They're still going throughout the streets of Chicago there burn things down what's your thoughts on all that non synthetic happening? Well. You know. Everybody knows that I am against lives matter. Because There clearly hypocrites. If, they really cared about black lives. Why don't they speak up. Win a little four year. Old Girl is murdered in Chicago Wiser Silence Wiser Silent Wiser silence when a fourteen year old boy is shot in the head in the middle of an alley in. CHICAGO. Why Silence? There's you don't hear anything from black lives. Matter. You don't this black lives matter, meet the understand these black lives matter activists need to understand you get the pick and choose who's life is more important. You don't get the pick and choose. You don't get to say that this person's life is more important than that person's life because at the end of the day all lives matter. Your Life Matter Charlie maligned matters Sally's life matter. Of Marley's lives matter bills like matter we all matter but somehow. Who gave them the right to pick choose on whose life is more important. You know. That that is the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard but then they speak about how they care about all black people in were in. You know they make a big thing about a black people dying and being murdered but in reality more black people are killed by the hands of other black people. Not by white people not by white officers don't speak up when a white officer shoots a black person and then they speak up not even knowing the facts and all the detail pages riot act of ood. You know because the because CNN made some story, some big story officers shooting a black without even giving details not knowing if the officer was the. Not Knowing if these officers were defending themselves because officers do have the right. To stand their ground to have the right. To We all you know I mean these officers. They have to protect themselves also called self defense. They have the right to do that, and people were Ryan without even knowing all the details and the facts. Clearly these these people are They're they are not activists, Charlie these thugs. These are gang members. That's what they are bunch of gang members on a bunch of thugs. These people are not real Americans they are un-american who in the world. They screaming black lives matter as their burn down their own city. And what they don't understand is when you burn down a business a black community. Dummy you're burning down a business. Okay. They are burning down black businesses they were still in from black businesses. So now you are ruining the livelihoods of other black people, but you scream in black lives matter. That don't make sense. It'll make sense at all. You are hurting lack people while streaming black lives matter shooting and killing more black people died in the riots. Then a dark and the hand little white police officer from the white police officer. Or. Opposed opposite. Period. More blatant dot in the riots Charlie. and. But they are still screaming black lives matter. It's. Listen we all know this is all. This is all politics man. This is this is all because the election is around the corner. This election around the corner and they are trying to make in the thing is, is I know this make they can say this is not about trump. This is not about politics. Yes, it is. Yes, it is. This is about influencing the election with all its racism stuff and blaming because they're blaming these murders, oh president trump, which is ridiculous. Every time a cop is involved with you know heart what with Harmon a black person or shooting shooting a black person they go pointing that they point at President trump all this is because it is president is because it is president. Noah not because it is president. So people can't say all what you guys are big conspiracy theorist by saying this is only happening because election is around the corner. It is happening because election is a corner. That's why they're blaming everything on president. Trump. Because if it was not about the election water, they blame in a shooting that happened in in vodka or Chicago or Detroit, or are they blaming it on the man that is sitting at the White House in Washington DC? Trigger. Trump import trigger. Actually. Never thought a man. I've never. Knew trump even hunt. His son does that's about it but. People need to have a picture of president trump holding the gun. Somehow it's his fault that all these people are being shot and killed. You. Know it is his fall but black lives matter is a joke. They're not about they don't care about black people It's Bob Bunch of white people for one. Okay Is Ran Bob of white people. A bunch of looney liberals I cannot take that movement series until they take all live serious until they take all black light series until they take those alive sears, the lives like the two year olds at our murdered for your F- four years old at five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve, very low numbers. These kids are very young and they're being gunned down and they don't get go casket funeral don't get forty funerals they don't get news coverage they don't get tears from dialing they don't get from that little boy Rachel mayall matte all. Guys name from. The woman name Rachel Meadow but yeah, you can call. That before the interview. Okay. Now being in trouble. I didn't know that was the woman but yeah so. Yeah you know now if black lives matter. Why don't these news anchors talk about those lives while do they do they only talk about George Floyd Michael Brown? Why are we talking about Michael? Brown did Michael Brown and he charged the police. Yep H. Big Bear charged at the police. Shot him to what you doing and I'm little Charleston Protect themselves. You know they do they charter the he Football game if people cry all the APP go. He was about the snatch, the neck police officer. You know what? I'm saying that was a full grizzly berry. would be that was originally bear. Michael Brown Grizzly Bear Charlie and Now, I don't wish death on anybody but I do wish I do wish the safety for everyone and you need a you and I believe people should do what they have to do. To be safe and to keep them safe, keep your family safe. And to protect their property, protect themselves do what you have to do. The Adbul out a pistol. Without a pistol. But you need to protect yourself your children, your property, whatever you have to do. black lives matter is a joke and I'm just wondering when are people going to wake up and realize that Charlie win our people are black people in the wake up and realize that this movement is not for them that that all donations that go to them don't even go to black people. You know we we saw where people were donating to deal am and stuff like that, and and the money was being funneled through here and they're being donated to. Politicians to white politicians you know is is ridiculous not not not even being donated to black politicians who are running were trying to a make it into Congress but they're giving it to why they were giving donations to white people in but they're talking heads moving called black lives matter. It's so confusing. It's so confusing. You know what is something new with these people with this organization? Every day is something new and when you talk about Amazon most you so i. Can't even find a worse explain how feel about this movement? You know. They. They are really just. I don't think it's good for my health. Even think about black lives, Mount Charlie. I don't think it's good for my health. Even. Hear the name beal limb. And I'M GONNA get a doctor's note. Because if I do have the honor of doing another interview with you almost send you over my doctors letting and you know I cannot talk about these people just for my health. You know. For the sake of my blood pressure. So Seriously that's funny. That's so funny. Well, terrence closing tell us about your book tells how people can support you and follow you and and get behind you. So I have a book out called from the Foster House to the White House. It is currently owned Amazon People can follow me on twitter and facebook Ad Terence, K, Williams in that book is available on Amazon and this all about the American dream. it debunks everything that that lying oprah talked about the other day about White Privilege Charlie billionaire lady that black billionaire has more money than most white people that I know screaming White Privilege Charlie this is America in the dream is real. No matter where you come from no matter if you grew rich poor, the American dream is really you just have to. You have to set goals and work hard. You get up that damn couch in do something with your life and stopped making. It take responsibility so and I'll share my story in that book. So thank you so much. Awesome terrence. You're the you're the man. Thank you for joining us and you're a riot and we'll get that medicals. Note next time we don't have to worry about talking about. Thank you. Thanks terrence in in. What a great conversation was with Terrance Williams I want to thank you guys so much for listening if you want to get involved with turning point, USA. USA DOT COM that is teepee USA dot com email us your thoughts, your questions freedom at Charlie Kirk Dot com freedom at Charlie Kirk Dot com type in Charlie Kirk show to your podcast provider hit subscribe give us a five star review and screen shot an email us and guess what you might win a signed copy of Don trump through news new bob thank you guys so much for listening. God. Bless you talk to some.

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OchoLive: Injury Talk | Dez's Tweet | Offensive Hopes

Blogging the Boys

13:15 min | 2 years ago

OchoLive: Injury Talk | Dez's Tweet | Offensive Hopes

"Nona. What are world welcome to another episode of July presented to you in partnership is always nations. Blogging the boys dot com. Arja show, of course from BT and from right here as your humble host on alive, you can watch our live shows about three o'clock central time every day. Sometimes you gotta jump early sometimes gotta jump. You know how life can be. Sometimes we're going to go one today, things shifted around. So we are live here at three PM central time on Wednesday, October third, two thousand eighteen on October thirty. Asked me what day it was and it. It was Tober Wednesdays. It is appropriate that Tober lands on a Wednesday. If you don't know what I'm talking about. Pull up the net flicks watch mingles and you'll understand it. Lots of interesting days in pop culture. Certainly, November fifth is like that when it comes to beat her vendetta I wish I knew the whole speech by by memory. Also, November fifth is the day that the doc invented time travel and back to the future. So I, I enjoy all this, but let's let's. Talk about the Dallas Cowboys as we do every day on chill live. You go watch us on Twitter, periscope, YouTube live the blog on the boys, Facebook life. You catch the rewatch every day, bog in the boys dot com or subscribe to the blog in the boys. Podcast feed got lots of stuff. Got a brand new episode of talk in the star for you with chronic live seed, Dalton and coal. Patterson. We got a brand new episode of bruising voice coming soon. We've got a brand new episode of the 750 coming tomorrow. Let's let's get into the the newest news and then we'll go kind of over what happened yesterday as soon as we finished your live really. But but let's start with the injury report. Rob Bell's douse covers dot com. If you're watching the show, you can see his tweet. He's on Twitter at rob Phillips three tweeting today. Zeke Tabin as in Austin, fully participated in practice. This is definitely great to see considering. Obviously Zeke Elliot had the ankle issue that everybody was concerned about after the win over the lions that were five limited Cowboy's in practice on Wednesday. It should be a loser with an ankle issue. Colby's Lii also with an ankle me Collins. This isn't a surprise with his knee issue. DeMarcus, Lawrence typically is limited on Wednesdays with that shoulder issue and Antoine woods who we know has been dealing with injuries as well. Travis did not practice. Sean Lee did not practice and Terrance Williams did not practice speaking of Terrance Williams, Jason Garrod addressed this to a degree in his press conference on Wednesday, and he would not really provide a lot of information. Jason Garrett said that. Yeah. I mean, at the time, Jason press conferences are about eleven AM central time every day, and and he did not know whether Terrance Williams would practice or not on Wednesday. He said that tents was dealing with something off the field. He said the Cowboys saw him on Wednesday morning and on Tuesday, but so we now know the Terrance did not practice. So we've heard rumors. We've heard discussions. We've heard speculation that Terrance Williams could be suspended at some point, no idea what's going on with him, but it is a very. Interesting thing. I guess what's going on with Terence right now. It's it's a weird time. Certainly for Terrance Williams and his stat stat his his spot within the Dallas Cowboys. We had a question about this on the blog of the voice Facebook live feed. We'll touch on it briefly yesterday right after we finished Ocho live Dez Bryant, former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver. Dez Bryant had a tweet. He was asked on Twitter, who would he be signing with? Because he had been posting photos of videos of himself working out and said, I'd rather it'd be the Dallas Cowboys. If not, I'll be ready to play somewhere else. Now, there are a lot of people who who want this to happen, jobs, raunchy to Facebook. Life is Jerry Jones. Did a call Dez and swallow his pride Samuel graves on Facebook, live as cut Williams ad for a one year contract. Look. Is it fun to talk about? Does Brown returned to the Cowboys? Yeah, it's fun. It's fun. It's fun to talk about what your friends to talk about here on Joe live. It's fun to talk about, you know, wherever sent a couple texts, whatever, but two things. One, the Dallas Cowboys already moved on from Dez Bryant. I think that that should be said out loud. They already decided that they did not want him and they did not offer him a pay cut when they released as Brian. So they did not want him for anything conceivably and is my goal points out on Facebook, live Udeze burnt, his bridges. I mean, look, Dez Dez Bryant. If you've ever seen the fantastic movie scent of a woman where the hell Pacino and Chris O'Donnell Alpa chino talks about taking a flame thrower to to the place and a desk took a flame thrower. And I'm not saying this is the one thing holding Dez Bryant bags from rejoining the Cowboys. But if there was a world where Dez Bryant could return to the Cowboys which there isn't. But if there was it would probably only exist in a world where he did not completely scorch the earth with them. He called Sean Lee, a snake Sean Lee stolen, the team, he called out Travis Frederick, Travis Frederick still on the team and dealing with a very serious illness. He called out Scotland a who remains the team's offensive coordinator. He called out the Garrett guy. So in a sense called adjacent God himself. I mean, you know, I thought the great Bob stern from the ticket and the f. lettuce and Dallas put it best on Twitter on. On Tuesday night when all this was really popping off. I mean, you know what chains, what? What changed? Other than that Dez is tweeting about it? What changed other than that Dez is tweeting that he wants to play for the Cowboys? Nothing has changed living that again. It's a fun story. It's a really interesting thing to talk about and think about it'd be a lot of fun and a lot of ways, but nothing has changed other than that Dez is now saying, I want to be cowboy again. It was July twenty. Seventh that does called out so many people. So you know who knows what happens in another two and a half months. I mean, who knows where does head is at at that point? Who knows if he's on a team who knows what does is feeling? How vibe in whatever I just, I don't know what changed a football sense, and I don't know what's changed in a political sense. So it's really hard to to. To see it as a legitimate possibility. As David Garcia says on Facebook live, it says fun. Nomar again, really fun topic. But again, that's a great point. There's no merit to it. There's no legitimacy to it. It's just fun. It's fun, but let's move on and talk about the offense as a whole. And I think I know where this topic is going based on the comments we're getting today on Ocho live the great Tom rile wrote a blog on the boys dot com today, do you think the offense is fixed? I I have to maj many people don't the Dallas Cowboys did have over four hundred total yards of offense against the Detroit Lions on Sundays. Zeke did have his most career yards from scrimmage in the contest is equally impressive. The Cowboys were impressive to a degree. The elephants gotta done score twenty six points. Now granted there were four Brett Maher field goals in that performance of the Cowboys. Often Serlin needs to to get clicking to get click in the Cowboys. Offense need some touchdowns only coming away with two of them in this game in other Cowboys Cowboys enter. This game with no touchdowns in the second or third quarter on the season. They had one in the second quarter. They had one in the third quarter. So while the Cowboys offense is certainly showing some promise, I think that's the best way to put it. The Cowboys offense is showing some life. It's showing like it has the potential to be something show in like it's starting to kinda wanna come together materialize in the right way. It's far from fixed, it's far from being reliable. It's far from being something you can count on, and that's because they currently boast the league's leading rusher. Zeke Elliott is the leading rusher in the NFL through four weeks, but there's no doubt that the Cowboys defense is caring. This team, they do have the NFL's leading sacker as if now a DeMarcus Lawrence and the defense is carrying this team. And that's because the defense is the last one in the NFL when it comes to earn overs the only demon the NFL not to record an interception. So it's weird how you have the NFL's leading rusher yet your offense is kind of flat and you have the NFL's leading sacker. Your defense is struggling in particular regard. So. So so it's a very just kind of interesting dichotomy that the Cowboys have gone on with themselves when it comes to their two thousand eighteen season. They are two and two after the first quarter. And that's certainly something worth noting. I don't know if it's anything to be proud of the Cowboys offense, Tom row for what it's worth in his post, you should really wlac dot com. He didn't come out and say, Cowboys fix, awesome. I'm gonna score thirty game or anything, but it does. It is fair to say that the Cowboys offense. I don't even want to say turn to corner, but the Cowboys offense is is rounding the corner. You know, the way the like in the Olympics that ice skaters, like when they are taking a super wide turns, that's kind of feels like the Cowboys. Offense is taken a really long around to hopefully do something special, but but we'll see about that something else over a blog on the dot com talking about playoffs. That's right. Play offs. Do you think the Dallas Cowboys had the potential to be a playoff team? Your answers on Twitter, periscope. YouTube live in the blog and the boys Facebook live feed. I have a feeling I know where this go. I don't think many people believe in the Cowboys being a playoff team. This handed ended chart that you're looking at. If you're watching July of comes to us from the fabulous OCC over blonde on the boys dot com. And as you can see, obviously your chances for the playoffs improve with more wins, they decrease and diminish with more losses. The Dallas Cowboys are to into that means there's twelve games left. You gotta win ten to eleven games. That's kind of the rule for the playoffs. So if you've got to win ten out of the next, you know. Twelve. I've gotta get ten action, say out of the next twelve. You've got gotta win eight. So you gotta go eight and four and I gotta go eight and four or nine and three down the stretch. So all of this really comes down to you believe the Cowboys as they stand two and two entering October. Can these Cowboys through the remaining twelve games go eight and four? Can they go nine, three Dau, theoretically punch their playoff ticket probably win the division who knows how it all will shake out in the very end. But it is worth noting that you know a lot of teams or two into, there's a big log jam. There's a lot of teams stuck in this too and to sort of mold and the Cowboys relented to break out of that. And that can start, you know, you look at the Cowboys in sort of where they're at. They've got the Houston Texans, and I don't know that that's necessarily an easy win, but the Texans aren't exactly the most intimidating team in the NFL right now. Next the adele's Cavs have the Jacksonville Jaguars. That's a tough draw, but that's not the best offense in the NFL. So you look at maybe your defense can carry you. That game, the Cowboys have a chance. I mean, they have a chance. The season is far from over it's far from lost. It's far from all the way out from underneath them. There's a lot to be optimistic about right now. It's really just almost totally optimism because you haven't seen a lot of it. That's where we're at. We haven't seen a lot of it. And right now we're going to be counting on the Cowboys defense to carry them because the offense has yet to really take over a game. Yes. Again, to Tom's point of the offense did look better against the lions, but it is worth noting that you won't always win a game that way you think about it. The Cowboys are not getting turnovers. They're not getting interceptions. They made some mistakes. Yes. Dak Prescott deserves some credit for picking up the fumble there at the end and throwing the ball away, etc. But the Cowboys made some mistakes, perhaps the most costly mistakes they made that didn't end up costing them. Thank goodness. Was the inability to score touchdown there at the end on the second to last Brett Maher feelable. Great. Teams score touchdowns in that moment. Great teams have that killer instinct. They don't settle for field goals, and that was a bad moment for the Cowboys it again almost cost. Again, the lines did come back and take the lead with a touchdown. The Cowboys have to get that gear. They have to be able to do that or they're not going to win eight or nine of the remaining twelve games. And that's kind of what it all shakes and boils down to. So that about does it for today's episode of Ojha live tomorrow is gonna be a very busy day, so we're not gonna make any promises about Ocho live tomorrow. So we'll say tomorrow stars football game because we normally do our picks on Thursday taking the patriots obviously because I mean. Badeah we'll do our normal. We picks on Fridays. OJ live at one PM central time. So join us. Then we got a brand new episode of talk on the starve able for you. Bruce in the boys coming soon and a new episode of the seven. Five. Oh, come into Morrow with Tony Casillas two-time, Super Bowl champion. So have antastic rest of your Wednesday. Have a fantastic Thursday, and we will see you on Friday. Hopefully if you've got some time to join us, if for the live show, if not, you know what? A catch the rewatch. So yeah, just do the do the thing. I know you can do the thing. I trusted thing. So we will see human the animal friends as always go Cowboys and peace app.

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The Law of Disappearing /// Part 1 /// 455

True Crime Garage

59:04 min | 5 months ago

The Law of Disappearing /// Part 1 /// 455

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And while you're there make sure you sign up on our mailing list so you know about our promo codes for the store page and that is enough of the business art. Everybody gathered around. Grab a chair. Grab a beer. Let's talk some true crime. Higher county men missing for nearly a decade and tonight a detective pinpoint since former colleagues saying. He's still a person of interest in this unsolved. Kate and that's not all our amanda hall. Talk to one mom who still has no answers about what happened. Her only son amanda. That's right detective. O.'neil with the major crimes unit had been on both of these cases for most of those eight. He tells me he's been all the way to canada chasing leads but that all of the real corroborated evidence leads right back here to call your county. Am i just wasting customers. Thinking about the shift defy everything that they were supposed to do. It's been eight years. Since marciel williams spoke with her son terence eight years his four children have been without a father. And they'll be oldest. Two are teenagers now. They don't speculate about what happened. Deterrent was told to be on with fifty terrance. Williams was last seen near north naples cemetery on january twelfth. Two thousand four corp. St pumpkins who said he gave williams ride to a convenience store. I hope everyone was paying attention and listening closely during this week's trailer because that was a great summary of this week's cases that's right cases because as you heard in the trailer we have to missing persons but these two missing persons cases are much different than the case we covered last week. In fact these cases are much different than any other missing persons cases covered here before. For starters last week's case shindo men. That cases truly a mystery because unfortunately just like brandon swanson and brandon lawson. Logan's disappearance is a story where the leads are mysterious so much so that the leads may not be leads at all or could have nothing to do with his case or why he is still missing. This week's cases captain have a potentially big lead and share a commonality that not only linked the two cases but the possibility that the reason that these two individuals are still missing as of january. Twenty twenty one is that just maybe someone is responsible for the two missing men both of these cases and the men. We are looking for our felipe. Santos and terrance williams. Both of these cases are classified as missing endangered and law enforcement speak endangered is a classification upgrade from simply missing when it's more than reasonable to infer that the missing individual or in this case individuals are missing because of foul play is involved. I think these cases are gonna make people look at other missing person cases a lot differently but here we have two missing males and both law enforcement believed to be endangered again. The names of those to fully santos and terrance williams now these two individuals did not vanish together. In fact there is zero evidence that the two men even knew one but these cases unless we find some reason to tell us otherwise will forever be linked together. Because i we have felipe a santos who goes missing and other than his close friends and relatives. There was not a whole heck of a lot of activity as far as actually looking for this guy or any type of investigation is concerned until later. When terrance williams goes missing and then both cases become very active. Now we are not the first obviously to tell this story but because tarrant disappearance really kicked off the major investigation often the details surrounding his disappearance are told. I hear captain in this garage. We will start at the beginning as to not make things any more confusing than they already. Are felipe a santos. His last known whereabouts were from october. Fourteenth two thousand and three when he was known to be alive and well naples florida. My research found that flea bay has to birthdates listed with different agencies assisting in the search for him. As of this recording philippa would be forty or forty. Two years of age depending on which agency is reporting. Philippi is a hispanic male and at the time of his disappearance. October of two thousand and three. He was in his early twenties. There is a listed birthday of january. First one thousand nine hundred seventy nine and some agencies give his date of birth as may twenty six nineteen eighty and a good description at the time. Philippi went missing is as follows. Felipe as height and weight are listed at five foot seven inches. One hundred and fifty pounds. The charlie project lists philippa as a hispanic male with black hair and brown eyes. Santos wore his hair ponytail at the time of his disappearance. He is a mexican citizen and speak spanish and very limited english as for clothing. Philippi was wearing what is described as a t shirt blue jeans and boots on that day. Now the details of this disappearance as said philippi santos was last seen in naples florida on october fourteenth two thousand and three a lot of the reports out there captain a lot of the online reports list him as going missing on october. I may of two thousand and three which is just incorrect. If you do a little digging if you go to the collier county sheriff's office website. They clearly state that he was last seen on the fourteenth and they have police reports and other records to back up. That date right so disarmed clear. You're saying that he's a citizen of mexico. He's not a citizen of united states. Correct he would be an undocumented worker. At the time of his disappearance he was driving to work with two of his brothers. Philippe is driving a white nineteen eighty-eight ford truck at six thirty a. m flee as vehicle hit another vehicle near the green tree shopping center at airport pulling road and a mockery road. This is a busy area in the immediate area. We have a lot of storefronts fast food. Restaurants gas stations and behind. Most of those storefronts and businesses there are neighborhoods and condo communities rain. People in the area would tell you. The immokalee road is a busy road even at six thirty. Am on a tuesday so we have this vehicle accident. No one is hurt in the accident and the damage to both vehicles is rather minor a collier. County sheriff's deputy corporal. Stephen henry caulkins arrived at the scene. Now there are three persons and felipe as vehicle including himself and he is straight with the officer and corp. caulkins he's the one driving and he doesn't have a license more insurance on the vehicle. Neither of his brothers would have a license or insurance on the vehicle as well. Ray philippe a santos is the at fault driver in this vehicle accident situation. The sheriff's deputy stephen caulkins sites felipe a santos for reckless driving and for driving without a license or insurance now there will be plenty of witnesses. Too much of what is happening right as we already established. This is a busy area. This is a well lit area even though it would be you know rather dark at this time so we will have plenty of passer buyers and at the very least we will have felipe as two brothers. There were traveling with him that morning. And we have the driver of the other vehicle so we have witnesses as to what's going on now. The driver of the other vehicle says that when officer caulkins or bribed on the scene he seemed agitated. Right from the get go. Yes some people were to have to do their their job. I love those people the people that grunting sigh. And yeah make make noises when you ask them to do the job that you're paying them for my favorite is when you're in line and somebody asks and just know they don't wanna be here so what we have. Here is a very differing opinions. We have calkins who says that. He did not arrest santos however we have all three witnesses his two brothers in the other driver. Do we know anything about the driver. We do I know that her name is on record somewhere ram and we don't want to give her name but i'm just saying i'm assuming that she's a legal citizen. That is correct that is correct and and she has been interviewed multiple times. Now what we have here. Though his we have all three of these witnesses that would later say that they all just assumed that felipe santos was under arrest by the officer because they all witnessed officer kalkin put santos in the back of his patrol car and then the patrol car drives off and did they say that he was handcuffed. no i don't believe it that is in the reports right but we could assume he may have been There's also a chance with this. Being these are rather minor infractions. I mean him being here. Undocumented could lead to him being deported but these are not violent offenses. I don't see much of a reason to slap some cuffs on this guy if especially if it seems like he's cooperating. You know he is at least honest and forthcoming with. Hey i don't have a license. And i don't have insurance on this vehicle but you can't let him drive away if you're the officer you know he doesn't have a license you can't let him drive away so basically what you're telling me is this officer. Arrest him puts them in the back of the car leaves. Who drives the vehicle way or did they have it towed for my understanding the vehicle was not towed and the officer did not request a tow because he said that it was not in the way of traffic right. But you can't let one of the brothers to drive the car because you know they have no license. Oh but see what you are stating here. Captain are all things that make a whole lot of sense. Why like show up and do my job. Well what we're going to see here is a lot of officers officer caulkins actions and what he will say he's doing. It doesn't really add up. It doesn't track if you if you try to reason with it and make sense of his actions because what he says is look santos. I changed my mind. He was nice. He was polite and so i decided not to arrest him not to drive him to the jail instead. I drove him to a circle. K gas station because i didn't want him driving the truck off. But right again as you already pointed out that makes zero sense because you are fully aware at this time as the officer that the other two individuals in the truck. They did not possess a legal driver's license. Either and you just let them there. And what do you do if you're them. You're left the you don't know what to do with the car. Are you going to call somebody to have them. Come pick you up. No you probably have to get to a job site or you're going to lose your job. So one of them. Probably in the driver's seat drove both of them to work. So these are. Let's let's track this in how it's going to really become known. There's something fishy about hold on a second win. Have you ever heard of a police officer any law enforcement driving somebody to jail and just decide you know change. My mind changed my mind. I'll just drop you off at the gas station. You know what. I play it out in my mind a thousand times because you and i are nice guys. I can envision if we were the officer you know you're chatting up the guy chatting up the perp a little bit and at some point you look back in you you know what son. I like the cut of your jib. You need a break. This guy needs a break. I'm gonna let shout. Yeah but you don't let them out and you take him to the police station and he say call somebody from here. I'm not gonna re arrest you. I'm not going to book you but once you take ownership. I guess of that individual. It's your job to make sure that they are safe right. He's he's officially regardless of how caulkins wants to spin it later If this dudes in the back of your car he's in your custody right and you are then a steward of him. You are responsible for him right. So what saver having him get a ride from the police department or dropping them off at the circle k well. Let's let's go through this because there's some details that we we need to get to so how this all comes about or at least how everyone becomes aware of this rather quickly of potentially this young man having gone missing. Is that later that same day. Santos's boss contacted the local jail because he wanted to bail them out. Hey i need my worker back right right so this is a nice boss going to bail out this young man so he can get back to work the next day while he doesn't speak a lot of english but he might be like the contact person. You're i mean like where where he's able to communicate with other workers for his boss so the boss man finds out that fully bay santos was never booked at the jail. Okay and we've kind of circled around this a little bit but let's go through in in detail. This is because officer. Caulkins never took santos to jail when questioned while this is what he's claiming officer. Caulk and says he changed his mind about taking santos jail saying he found santos to be a polite and nice young man so instead caulkins drove santos to a circle k convenience store slash gas station. This would be about one mile away from the site of the accident. Kalkin says one he didn't have santos's vehicle towed away from the scene because it was not obstructing. Traffic calkins says he took santo somewhere that santos could call someone and he could get a ride from a licensed driver there. He didn't want to leave. Santos with the vehicle fearing that santos would get back in the truck and drive off so officer caulkins. According to his statements took fully bay santos to the circle k. And drops off. Their kalkin says he last saw santos was toward the pay phones at the circle. K again. he's your responsibility. you don't just leave him walking towards the payphone and this is a mile from the wreckage. it's roughly he says roughly a mile. It's actually fairly close if you look at it on a map. It's it's pretty. I mean i don't wanna can. I start poking holes in his dumb story or d- have more to go. No go ahead. Well first of all. If you're concerned that he's going to get back in his truck. You might want to drop him off somewhere. Farther than a mile l. Take less than fifteen minutes. Walk back and jump in his truck can go correct right and you don't even sit there and wait for him to call somebody or to wait to make sure that he gets a ride. It just doesn't make any sense and on top of that. Okay i understand not towing the vehicle it's not in. The way is not damaged. Somebody could drive it off but you laughed to other illegal immigrants with no driver's license by the truck. So who do you think is going to drive the truck This doesn't make a lot of sense. Now it makes it makes zero sense at all. What would make the most sense. Is he decided to the guy and take him to. Jail in. Santo should have arrived at the jail at some point. That's what would make the most sense again. Even if you change your mind on arresting him and you wanted to give him a break you didn't even make it a a mile away with the guy. He must have been really nice and polite in a very short period of time to convince you to at him gonna say a guy that we know doesn't speak english that one now so felipe. A santos has never been heard from again since this incident right here after his disappearance. His brother filed a complaint against caulkins with the sheriff's office but calkins was cleared of any wrongdoing. Do wanna point out captain that this was over the course of a couple of months. He wasn't cleared. I believe until early january of two thousand four of any wrongdoing. There's a lot of reasons. Why caulkins should be cleared and i can see why he would be cleared in any wrongdoing in this particular case. Now we're going to get into some things that are not very nice and don't put officer caulkins in a very nice alight here and i don't think he's going to have any friends any garage friends by the time we're done with these two episodes but but we don't have any garage friends. We need to look at this one. We're gonna stay water here and we also need to look at the actions of the collier county sheriff's office. Well okay my other question as this is a busy road so we should have. I witnesses at the gas station at the circle. K possibly some video footage from businesses in that area. That would be able to back up his story. Yeah this is a busy road. This is a busy area that circle k. Would be busy. I'm i'm very familiar with this area. This is an area that i traveled to annually and these roads are always busy especially in the morning hours and in the morning hours you see a lot of workers keep in mind. This is florida. It gets very hot there. And so what we have going on is a lot of these People that might be laborers or have very physical jobs. They want to get an early start. You wanna start early before it gets way too hot. These guys. These brothers were in a concrete and masonry work work. That's tough work especially when it gets to be eighty ninety degrees out and what you will see in this area typically You will see a lot of construction guys a lot of landscapers and such that that are up and you see the trucks moving on these busy roads early in the morning six seven. Am getting ready to get that early. Jump get the get a good work in on that now. I was kind of circling around the sheriff's office. One thing that we have to keep in mind here is they did clear caulkins of any wrongdoing. And santos's case this is initially. They're going to go back on this later but initially they clear him of any wrongdoing. And i think you you can see why as i lay this out here for your captain as we said earlier philippe. A santos is a mexican national at the time of his disappearance. He's living in florida illegally. It looks like he had been living there for about three years at the time of his disappearance. We said he was on his way into work. Before the traffic accident he was employed with a concrete company. He was sending money back to his family and mexico. I've seen different reports here. Some reports state that he was married some state that he had a girlfriend some state that had both some state that the girlfriend lived here or his girlfriend or wife still lived in mexico regardless of whom was living where what we can say for certain is all reports indicate that he had some family here in florida and some family still in mexico and he was sending money back to the family and mexico from time to time. Now the reason why you're going to clear caulkins of any wrongdoing is a warrant. Goes out for the arrest of philippi. Santos okay because this is the next month in november of two thousand and three a warrant was issued for santos after he failed to appear in court for a hearing regarding the traffic accident of the day that he vanished now at that time in late two thousand and three investigators believed that santos probably returned to mexico or was in hiding to avoid the charges. He was facing or avoid being deported. Right so reasonable explanation as to believe why we cannot find this dude. Now that's all going to become a big problem for officer caulkins. In january of two thousand four life is too short to sleep between anything less than really nice sheets. So you'll want to check out broke brooklyn brooklyn was by rich and vicky. Who wanted to find home essentials. 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Person's case of terrance williams and the details of this case are as follows on sunday january eleventh before he went to bed. Jason gonzalez this is terrance williams. Roommate says that he spoke to terrence on the phone on that evening. A little background. On terrance williams. He grew up in tennessee before moving to naples florida to be closer to his mother. He has a roommate. This is jason gonzalez. And at the time terrance williams is working two jobs during the day. He works as a construction worker and in the evening he works at a local pizza hut restaurant. He's working two jobs because he has four children and he has to pay a lot of child. Support these L. caesar pizza hut. Right right now on this night. On the sunday night terrance williams is invited to go to an after work party with a bunch of the pizza hut employees and coworkers. He does not have an active or vow. Valid driver's license at this time was with all these people that don't have driver's license driving around. Well if you're an undocumented worker right somebody that's not supposed to be here league artery to get allies. You can't just walk in and and get a driver's license now terence. He is a different situation. His license has been revoked from a dui okay so he recently purchased a white cadillac. Now this is one of those big old school white cadillacs. I believe it was a nineteen eighty three prime year right the premier for the cadillac. Well he purchased the vehicle because at some point and fairly soon he's going to get his license back okay right so he will be legally driving but not on this day and that's why he's calling his roommate he saying. Hey i was invited to go to this after work party. Why don't you go with me. You can be the driver right. You know you you take your vehicle. I'll ride shotgun. We'll go have a good time at this party. The roommate says i don't wanna go right so against better judgment terrence decides. He's just going to drive his vehicle and go to this party. Well we could all agree. This is a bad decision. But it's also there's maven's of him making bad decisions he obviously got a dui. Here actually was drunk at some point and decided to drive his car. Williams is not like a what. I would call a bad guy but he. He's no saint either. he's he's done some. He's had some infractions yet. Good people make bad decisions from time to time on this day he decides to drive now as far as all witnesses are concerned terrence. Left this party sometime around six. Am the following day. So this would now be monday. January twelfth at the time he is twenty seven years old and he's coming up on his twenty eighth birthday relatively soon. At some point he is pulled over or he's involved with this officer caulkins again and it's a little. It's a little confusing as to why because what we're going to have is kalkin statement of wide. The two were interacting with each other officer. Caulk and says that. At some point on the twelfth he witnesses a cadillac. Who is it appears that they're having some kind of mechanical trouble with the vehicle. He says he asked the driver. If everything's ok the driver tells him that he's having trouble with the engine and that's when they start interacting with one another right. What goes on from here is somewhat similar to what we saw in the santos case where williams is eventually put into caulkins vehicle and then they drive off. There's some problems with this whole story and we're going to kinda back into it here captain. So what happens is we have terrance williams. His family they call police and they filed a missing persons. Report is because at some point on the thirteenth. The roommate jason gonzalez he reaches out to williams's mother and says hey my roommate. Your son went to this party the other night. I've not seen him since. I spoke with some of the people that he worked with. They say he left six. Am on the twelfth. now it's the thirteenth. This dude's not showed up for work. He's not come home. June aware he is mom doesn't know where he is now. We're getting concerned relatives. The ant get involved. Everybody's kinda calling around captain checking local jails hospitals. What they end up doing is they end up tracking down his white cadillac. They find that the vehicle was towed. Oh the way that they're going to trace this thing. Back is the person that signed off on. The tow is an officer caulkins or lucky lucky. Lucky so now they want to know why the vehicle was towed and where their family member is. So they're calling the sheriff's the collier county sheriff's office and asking did drive off with this guy our son our family member. They have reason to believe so because by this point they already know that the vehicle was towed from a cemetery right. The family reaches out to that cemetery. Because of course you're gonna wanna know why is my relative in the cemetery. Why why was the vehicle towed from there. They speak with a couple of the employees of the cemetery who tell them. We witnessed a collier county. Sheriff's car drive off with terence in the back right now. I'm going to jump ahead here to second captain. Because i want to go through an incident report that was filed by officer caulkins. This was just a few days after he picks up williams and again. That's in dispute okay and we will see that in this incident report. Caulkins report states that he first came in contact with terrance williams at twelve fifteen pm after noticing that the vehicle and i did some double checking my notes. It was in nineteen eighty four white cadillac was driving quote in distress. The officer claimed that he followed terrance to a cemetery parking lot and then terrence asked him for a ride to a nearby circle k convenience store because he was running late for work. Okay a clarification. Here this is not the same circle k. That we've previously discussed in the santos case right however this is still collier county and these are not you know the distance between this traffic stop and the previous one nine terribly far away from one. Another what goes down here is to fill in some of the blanks. That are missing from this report here. Is that kalkin states. The terrance williams only gives him his first name tells him that he's having trouble with the vehicle and that he's running late for work. He works according to calkins. Terrence tells him that he works at that circle k. originally caulk and says look. I can call a taxi cab for you. I'm not giving you a ride. I can call a cab for you. He says williams tells them. I can't afford to pay for a cab. So at some point caulkins agrees to take him to this circle and he points out to him. Hey you know your tags or expired. You've not provided me with any information. And kalkin says the terrance williams told him all of the information that the officer was looking for is in the glove box of his vehicle and after he dropped them at the circle k. I imagine if we're going to believe this story the way this is going down as williams tells him this en route to the circle k. Right and says you can go back and you can find all that information inside the vehicle after you. Drop me off but this thing about this first second on. Is it believable. It makes some sense. I have a dui. I don't have a license. I'm not legally allowed to drive this vehicle. So if i'm stopped on the side of the road and here comes a police officer as long as i don't give him my full name. He can't look me up right. And if i'm not in the vehicle at the time that the officer approaches me he can't prove that i was driving right right so all that kind of makes sense and then you go while everybody then says well look. He didn't work at the circle. K while gin. That's another. I'm not going to give you my full name. And by the way. I work down the street at the circle k. Could you give me a ride. What's at the circle k a payphone or possibly the work phone this the story kind of makes sense in the in the way of somebody not trying to get in trouble for illegally driving. Yeah and that's what will will go through. And i think that you know a lot of people view this and they go well. This is completely made up. This is all a bunch of bs. And i i don't think so. I think that there are details in this story that some of them are probably true. And just by making some inferences like you just did. You can see why some of these things might be true here. So continuing on in the incident report filed by officer caulkins. He says that williams told him that. The paperwork for the vehicle was in the vehicles glove compartment and the officer claims that he then returned after dropping terrance williams off at the circle k that he returned to the cadillac to discover that the proper registration the information that he was looking for was not it was not in fact in the vehicle and so now he's sitting there going. Okay well this guy lied to me. And i fell for it. I was being a nice guy gave him a lift. I fell for so he says at this time that the officer says that he called the circle k. From his work issued cell phone. he's got like a nextel that they carry back. Then mind you. This is january two thousand and four top of the line. One thing that. I always wonder about this. Get sidetracked here for i right. Those next remember had they had that walkie talkie feature where you could just hit the button. You had like people you could scroll through you. Just hit the button and instantly your communicated with them like they don't even have to pick up. It just talks right. I thought that was the cool thing. Somehow we've gone away from that is maybe it's an invasion of privacy so where i think there are some truths here. Okay is one thing that i find interesting. Is this circle k. The caulkins claims it williams asked him to drive him to. There is evidence that williams was a regular at the circle k that he would frequently get gassed there that he. Because i'm trying to figure out what what is a regular at a gas station awesome. It gets gas there. Somebody maybe by smokes or by anybody. That's worked at a gas station. We'll tell you there. There are some people you see every single day really. Yeah you have certain people that will drop in for coffee on their way to work every single day that they work and some people that pick up cigarettes on their way home or pick up beer on their way home. There are people that you will see several times a week and i imagined tariffs was a smoker in the comments i found was that he purchased gas there regularly. He purchased cigarettes there regularly. So that makes some sense. I always thought gas station would be interesting job. Like you'd see a lot of interesting people in a lot of interesting situations go down. I worked at gas stations. I enjoyed working there. One thing that i enjoyed was i enjoyed seeing the people regularly. You know the regulars right. You have a very brief interaction with them. And it's usually very pleasant and So anyway the thing here though. That's interesting is kalkin. Says he calls the circle k. Because he's like all right. This dude tricked me. He ask for terrance. Williams kalkin says that a female employees a lady employees picks up the phone. I think this is important. And we'll get into this in a little bit. But he says that he asked for terrance williams. The lady working who answered the phone tells him. I don't know who you're talking about. I don't there's nobody here. Nobody works here with the name. Terrance williams so now he's like all this guy really pulled one over on me. According to the report officer caulkins then called in the license plate number and found that the plates were expired. Weird that he didn't run those plates before he gave him a lift. Well there's a lot of weirdness with this story so loud weirdness with you right. He's now back. He being the officers back at the cemetery with the vehicle and that's when he calls it in to have the vehicle towed saying that he believes that the vehicle was either abandoned or potentially stolen. Because it's not registered to terrance williams. Right the last person that it was registered to the registration makes makes little sense or no sense. I should say to me. So i'm sure that giving him the benefit of the doubt here caulkins probably thought. There's a chance that this vehicle could be stolen. We go through the incident report because what going to have captain is. We're going to have witnesses. Who tell us something very different. Okay and those witnesses will be the workers at the cemetery. Now mind you. This is at noon. It's all going down around noon in one o'clock in the afternoon and i have a question and here that that may not have anything to do with the case but i found myself wondering we have a witness saying that. He left the party at six. Am and then. We don't have anything with terrance williams until this vehicle situation around noon so we got a missing window of six hours that could potentially be important to this case. What we do have here though is if we are to believe any or som- kalkin story is that he decided to give terrance williams arrived he returns to the vehicle and then he has it towed. There's a couple of problems in here and the cemetery workers will say a couple things one just like in the previous situation believe that terrance williams was being placed under arrest they witnessed him being pat patted down and then placed into the back of the sheriff's vehicle right but sometimes when officer gives a person a ride. They still pat them down and make sure they have no weapons on them. That's correct the other issue is that they say that when officer caulkins came back to the scene that he now had access to the keys to the vehicle to the cadillac and this is because they say that he moved the vehicle. Got out of the vehicle and then through the keys in the grass. They believe that he moved the vehicle so that he could say that the vehicle was obstructing traffic and therefore it needed to be towed later when questioned caulkins is going to say that he found the keys inside the vehicle when he returned to the vehicle to find the paperwork in the information that he was looking for that williams told him he would find their where the problem is. We have eye witnesses from a distance. There's no way they would know when he had the keys or how he came about all we know is he had them in his possession at some point in the time frame where he has these keys. Terrance williams is no longer around. He's no longer with the vehicle right. Caulkins does not say. He never says that he moved the vehicle in fact he denies that however we have cemetery employees witnesses saying he in fact did move the vehicle and then through the keys away as so that they would not be found very thin for them to lie about well and to give right and i m credibility one in the situation that they have no dog in the fight here. They have no reason to make things up brain and then take that a step. Further one of the employees is retired law enforcement. Look if he was going to err on the side of protecting. His fellow fisher. Well we're just getting. The truth is what i what i really believe from these witnesses. Brehm the circle k convenience store where caulkins says that he dropped terrance williams at that day it's located in the vicinity of wiggins pass road and us forty one now. Both of these circle k's are still. They're still standing in an operation today. They are different locations. But i'm giving you the area of this one so that we can determine one thing because we have witnesses that are by the cadillac. That say that they are seeing officer. Caulkins return to the vehicle anywhere from fifteen minutes to one hour later and this matches up with him calling in the to- as well because he's calling in the toe remember he says he first encountered terrance williams at twelve fifteen and then he's calling in the toe at twelve fifty seven. Pm these are per police. Records dispatch records and such so that all lines up with what these eye. Witnesses are saying and this circle k. Is roughly about a seven minute drive from the location of the cadillac at this naples memorial cemetery but again there's no video footage of kalkin on the property. That's what's really really difficult in the situation. Okay sorry to miss a police car. Well yes and no. And that's why. I say it's difficult most reports most online reports that you will find. We'll state very clearly that there is no eyewitness having seen caulkins his vehicle at the circle k that day or having seen terrance williams at the circle k that day. We do know because mind you williams is family. They're actively looking for him within days of him having gone missing so they're filing a missing persons report and they're piecing things together. They're the ones that are coming up with. The breadcrumb trail to try to lead to their missing loved one and what they uncover. Is this interaction with officer caulkins. So we have collier county sheriff's office. They're going to go to the circle k. They're going to review surveillance footage. That's available to them and to which they never find any indication at all you know they don't spot terrance williams they don't spot the officer caulkins either. Now we should point out again. This is a very busy area middle of the day. There's a chance. I believe there's a chance that either of them are. Both of them could have been there. Maybe they just weren't picked up on camera for whatever reason the reason why i say that is because there is one person. There is one employee who has said that they saw both terrance williams and officer caulkins that day at the circle. K right this employee she says and i find this to be interesting because remember from the incident report officer. Calkins says that. He called the circle k. And spoke with a female employee. Female eyewitness right. This could just be something. That's coincidence. what have you however it lines up at the end of the day. It's still lines up. He's winky winky dinky. This witness says that she had worked there for a long period of time. And she recognized terrance williams as a regular. She didn't know him by name but recognized him by face as he came in there often for gas and for cigarettes. She says that she saw terrance williams. Fill up a gas can outside. You know you you you walk up and you fill up your can and then you make you make your way out of the place. She says that she believed that. He was walking off in the direction of wiggins pass road. She also said that she spoke with officer caulkins because he came in to the gas station. Use the restroom and then asked a question. Or two about terrance williams. Before leaving gone she remembered how bad it smelled. I don't this what's difficult captain. Because you would think if he went inside and use the restroom spoke to her inside that he would definitely appear on the surveillance footage now right. I don't know where they're filming and where they're not filming this location so it's difficult to tell. We do not have a an extremely detailed report from the sheriff's office one. I think the other problem too with these reports is. Is it possible that he was seen on on film but they didn't collect evidence because they know that they needed to from what i've been told in this situation and I believe in the santos situation as well. Is that officers reviewed hours of surveillance footage from both of these circle. K's the one thing that we know to be true. Okay there's some question marks in the things we just discussed but one thing. We know to be true. That is an absolute lie. As far as his incident report goes the next tell cell phone then officer calkins says that he used to call the circle k. To verify if terrance williams worked there or was still there. We know that that is ally because that cell phone is owned by the sheriff's department. They're trying to back up his story. They look it up. There's no call in their records from that cell phone to the circle k. And his incident report. He's very specific about this. He says i used my nextel. Sheriff's office phone to call the circle k. And i had the circle ks number. Because i keep a phone book in the patrol car with me. That's very specific. Detailed information to which the sheriff's office can one hundred percent say that's false we can tell by the records. You did not use that phone to call the circle k. so now we are left with the big question. Lots of questions and at the top of that list is what in fact really did happen that day. And where the hell are these two missing men. Not only are they missing. but they're endangered missing. Terrance williams is described as african american five feet eight inches tall. A hundred and sixty to a hundred and seventy pounds with brown eyes and brown hair. He has several tattoos. A t the letter t above his left chest. Et on his right shoulder and terence in red with blue highlights on his left forearm. he also has a gold crown with the letter. T. on the upper right tooth and the other upper front tooth is solid gold. So some very distinctive marks and identifiers on terrence. He also has a vertical scar on his right shoulder. And a dark birthmark on the right side of his abdomen. He was last seen wearing a short sleeve. Shirt blue jeans and brown timberland boots. He was also wearing diamond earrings. A watch with a silver band. The face of the watch was surrounded by white stones. If anybody has any information in either case please contact crime stoppers at one. Eight hundred seven eight zero eight four seven seven so much more to get to tomorrow in the garage. Make sure you join us. Make sure you share this case on social media. It needs your help. it needs our help. It needs a good spotlight. That's right captain. Everybody get back here in the garage tomorrow until then be good. Be kind and don't let

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Terrence Williams

The Michael Berry Show

17:49 min | 9 months ago

Terrence Williams

"Not all the lie. Don't have the luxury to worry about frigging Rove's. I'm too busy trying to keep my family. And for the first time in my life I, actually see a way out. Just that little bit of hope is enough for me to have a fire in my belly bow would have freaking. Charts again world man if kissing office man I don't WanNa do. I'm voting for my family. And I'm voting for black people like me trying to be the same damn thing. I'm one of those men. Lord. A scene for this campaign season on our show has been that people can no longer be told how to vote they might be gay or young, or a woman, or an immigrant, or Hispanic or black, or any other number of people who were told before that, you're required to be Democrats and people are seeing the light. And saying, no, I get to vote for who I want to vote for. One of the guys who led the charge all the way back in two thousand sixteen, which seems like a long time ago, and it was in many ways they've been such vast. County because some people were bold enough to stand up and say, don't tell me how to vote I get my own vote and I'm going to cast it. As I want terrance Williams is a popular social media commentator actor Comedian Successful Entrepreneur in two thousand sixteen. He first came to our attention with a facebook live video that made him one of the most recognizable voices in this country for Donald Trump on Hannity. Greg Gut. Failed more importantly on this show and he's a featured comedian on the deplorables tour and he's got a book coming out from the Foster House to the White House. Hardcover it's terrance. Williams and we're happy to have you sir. Welcome back. Thanks for having me on. It's been a whirlwind ride hasn't it? Last? Four years have been have been kind of good for terrance Williams. Man You know what? The last four years have been kind of good for America. Well said my man well said. So, tell me about this book. So you know this book is about is this book I wrote the book to motivate into inspire I. I was you know raising a broken home my mother was addicted to crack cocaine. She had nine children. By, six different guys, and of course, they were not in the picture at all and she couldn't take care of a alone and being on and being addicted to crack cocaine. So she ended up losing to the system in getting her right. Taken away and I went to the Doctor Kit System be four hours in kindergarten and I lived in children shelters and bouncing from home to home, and until I was about fifteen years old and I was adopted. but it was pretty rough going through all all of that you know with so much. But but my faith in God got me through all of that. And despite me going through all those troubles and growing up piss poor I made it all the way to the White House Man. So I literally went from the Foster House to the White House and that goes to show that the American dream is real You know to go from not having a table to eat at sitting at the table with the president of the United States of America you know it showed the American dream is real and I want to remind everybody that dream is real and I hope to inspire and motivate foster kids from all over the world I mean anybody that facing any Challenges and most definitely I WANNA inspire. People. To adopt into foster. I agree you know we can't be pro-life. We cannot say women that is a child inside of you We understand you may not be able to raise that child. So let's as a society find ways. If we don't do that I mean it strikes me that we should be pro-life after babies are born and not just before they're born. Exactly and people also need to give older children a chance to when they do decide to foster in the dot because a lot of people they only want to adopt a baby like an infant Kotler but what but what about that twelve year old? What about that? Thirteen year old that is still a child and they meet somebody to believe in them. And somebody to help them believe in themselves and they need love just just just like that two year Oh that twelve year old and he's left to you know it's so many older ones that are not being paid attention to, and I think you know as Americans. We you know we should all step up and help are children that don't have home. You know turn on us. When the Challenger crashed in January, twenty eight, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, six, President Reagan that night spoke it was supposed to be the the state of the Union address but he spoke to the nation that night and he said that the astronauts had slipped the surly bonds of earth to touch the face of God, never forget that line and I will tell you when I talked to people who have fostered children. I see people who have who represent to me the face of God. There is nothing but goodness in them, and by the way Amy Barrett Coney. A. Coney Barrett an individual with with a background in that and Michele Bachmann in in Minnesota. But I I have come to know people we've had him on the show of met people who have fostered children over the course of time and one thing you find is they never foster one child. It's so changes their life that they say you know what I don't know if we can afford it I. Don't know if we have enough tom but I know that I want to do everything possible to change this world and that's how you do it. Exactly you know the those are the real American heroes and you know in family who adopted me they already had children and they didn't have much money at all like they could. You know they had enough money to put clothes on my back and to feed me but they didn't have like they were not rich at all. You know one, one of the parents were not like they were not even working at the top one of them was just going to school stealing. You. Know it was still a struggle but they but you know what they had in their heart to to steal adopt because they knew that they could take care of a child. They might not have riches and you know the you know but you don't need. To Take Care of a child, you know if if if you can beat the if you can afford to eat out and you can afford for that child to be under your roof then why not and they did it you know they sacrificed a few dollars and say you know what we can afford to take care of this boy and I really appreciate that because they didn't have to you know. But the Bangla that he did it was just such. A blessing and I've met all kinds of foster parents out there. I'm me and they spend their whole life having kids all in their home and they wanNA THEY WANNA adopt them obligate but is it possible? You know I mean it's just impossible to adopt a mall but sad that they that people have to take in like four three kids five kids because nobody else wants to kids you know it's like we all step up as Christians in this country or whatever, and just I mean just as Americans in and step up and let's take care of these kids you know turn. Out there. we'll continue our conversation with terrance Williams. His book will be out October Fifteenth from the Foster House to the White House. Coming up a quick reminder you can get your Michael, Berry show merchandise gear, you name it. At Michael Berry show dot com click t shirts, mugs, pins. Bumper stickers all sorts of fun stuff ten percent goes to camp. Hope Our residential Treatment Center for veterans with PTSD The other ninety percent of profits will be donated. Are Given, or earned by Chad Nakanishi and Ramon rogue bliss. It's our way of creating kind of a virtual tip jar for those two. So thanks for everything you buy on there it goes to a great 'cause. We were talking to terrance Williams men of many hats he. He was thrust onto the national stage based on facebook live video. He did in two thousand sixteen. He dared to be different a black man who said, I'm for Donald Trump and could tell you why and the harder they hit him and the more they insulted him the more he laughed in made others laugh laughter really is the best medicine and liberals are humorless. They can't laugh at themselves or anything else terrance Williams makes people laugh. He's been a featured comedian on the deplorable tour. He's our guest in his book from the Foster House to the White House we'll be out tober fifteenth and I would encourage you to buy. Teheran's I gotTa Tell You I've been very inspired. It's been a cause of mine since I ran for office twenty years ago and had a larger percentage of the black vote than anybody ever seen a Republican. Get in a city of Houston election. I was elected citywide in the seat that Sheila jackson-lee used to hold and I've always said stop pandering to people based on what you think they want based on their race and go after their hearts and their heads with good policies. And you'll be surprised you will get more votes among different groups that you don't think you can get votes from than you would imagine and I gotTa tell you I have been very inspired when I saw the RNC and the list of folks you know we spoken to Wesley Hunt. Dear, friend of mine WHO's running for Congress, here in the seventh congressional district who happens to be a Republican. And who happens to be black he's an Apache pilot war pilot fifty, five combat missions went to West Point as did his sisters fathers a twenty three year veteran I see some great things for America because I see more and more black folk saying I don't care what anybody says I, get to choose my vote and if they vote Democrat so be it but I see more and more black folks saying I'm not going to let anybody else tell me how I have to vote because of my skin color. that. You know what I agreement like you know all this pandering month stop. and must stab you know telling people what they would you think they wanna hear. No, you need to focus on what people need. And not what you think they won't do here. You know it's all about policy and actually do something because most of these people who handed, they don't really do anything at all. You know they are just all talk no action, the people who are all talk no action at all, and that's why I like President Donald J trump because he does not pander to the minority community he does not pander one bit at all but would he do this? Is He do backflips and cartwheels for the black community he out of his way I mean this man has done so much easier champion. For the minority community before they Chinese virus ruined our economy I. Mean it demolished our economy present it. So before that black unemployment was at historic low all time low numbers people never seen before it was. So it was like low low low and We had a first black president who didn't who didn't even get down to those numbers I mean in the black community but president trump has more black people. Then all first black president, which is crazy Look what he did for Hvac used they the HP colleges they banned Obama they said Obama we're taught. Asking for funding can you just give us? Can you just make it to where we don't have come up print ask and Obama will not do it but guess what president trump did fact HP Is receiving more funding than they ever receive before and they don't have to come back and knock on the White House door anymore they will just continue to get it president trump did that you look at the a black black poverty then an all time low before Cogan nineteen, ruin our country I mean the Chinese virus Chinese nineteen before he got a country and look at the first step act that freed over thousands and thousands of black people from from prison is like a reversal of of of Bill Clinton's nineteen, ninety, four bill and. that. Bill was that bill was endorsed by Joe Biden. Bill And so president trump is doing so much. I. Can go on and on I should have actually wrote this stuff down because there's too much to remember the man has done so much just slow just in his first thirty days. He did a lot I was like I can't keep up with this. You know I can keep up with this. He he just he's a dental much turns. Let me ask you a question. You have been very bold and very public and your support of the president. I have a number of guests and friends who will tell me that other blacks will say to them if they're you know they're angry at them for so publicly supporting trump but talk about some of the people who've been inspired by your support and your willingness to speak out because I think more folks are supporting trump than are willing to admit it on that side of town. Oh Man let me tell you the silent majority is real. You know people people are not speaking out because the climate this political climate is so toxic. You know people are scared to speak out because they will be vilified and crucified on national TV and then public these these people when you speak out eight you so you support for president trump. They are such a bunch of thugs and bullies I. Mean. These people are they have mafia mentality they will come for you just for thinking outside the box you know like they will put your head on a stake for thinking outside the box. So people don't want to have their livelihoods ruined because some loony liberal can't accept the fact that someone is open for trump. So people are just going to go and vote for him violently and I think president trump is going to be surprised about the amount of support. He's GonNa get in November he I don't even think he even realized. Like the numbers they think they're gonNA get are going to be way higher. They're going to be like, wow, hold on. We didn't affect that Oh lord hold on we did not expect those kind of numbers turns he can dead wrong when they see those numbers, they're going to claim he cheated. That's going to claim the Geeta you know, and that's why I said. Well, you know the National Guard must they must wait throughout these cities throughout the states on election day because when he win I think people are going to riot and loot and they are going to do it ten times harder than than they did it with George Floyd is going to be up. So lutely bunkers there's going to be crazy I. Think you're absolutely right Williams. You're a great guest. We'd love to have you back my friend, the book debriefing Tober fifteen from the foster house to the White House I. Love It. Thank you. Bye Man. A group of DAD's we end the story with this with this Upbeat News, a group of Dad's tackle and detain. Sex offender accused of peeping at eighteen girl in the bathroom. The story comes to us from WSPA in Spartanburg South Carolina according to the solicitor's office. This man Douglas Lane was looking at a fifteen year old who is using the restroom inside the cracker barrel. The victims saw his head under the stall then ran out of the restroom and told her dad what happened the Victims Dad said he asked a female employees to check the bathroom when the employees found. Lane and one of the stalls she told him to get out. That's when there was a confrontation between Lane Victims Dad police say lane trying to get away. But a group of parents helped detain him in the parking lot until police arrived lanes phone was found on the bathroom floor and he's been charged with voyeurism but this isn't his first time. Lane is a registered sex offender and has been charged at least eight separate times for peeping before this incident. Woman, I would I would do. I'll be afraid of what I would do. And I do not. Judge in the pants for what they did. There for sure the danger to the community especially to minors your honor Lane received a cashier e bond two thousand dollars and will be put on GPS for monitoring.

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Ep 25 | Losing My Religion?

Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

1:11:43 hr | 2 years ago

Ep 25 | Losing My Religion?

"What's going on in america. I am grim allen and welcome to the newest episode of the dear america paul chas. We have an amazing amazing episode today. Are we losing our religion as a culture and society. One of the main members of the songwriting team for hill saw all has denounced his fate so we have pastor. Mike burto here to help us dissect this. We're also going to talk about the fact is freight. Oh the new inward for italians. We're also gonna talk about the hypocrisy of donald trump sharing a black conservatives video now receiving death threats from the black community a members that disagree with him politically. It's going to be a good one so sit back relax and welcome to the newest episode but the dear america podcast melissa. You came in early on the hey sorry. I got really excited. You're like a dancer and stuff. I thought cheers supposed to be like time. Don't come in and around you create h. E. like the big settlers aww lasers. If you're wondering why we sound a bit holier today while we intro the podcast we have have pastor mica burto here. We passer of the house fort worth mica. Thanks for coming man. You are an author as well. You've got a boom and is out september third. Tell us a little bit about it. Man honored fired up to be here hanging with you guys so language to be here great. This is awesome and <hes> yes so september third wrote a book going to be released on all platforms arms. It's called love changes everything finding what's real world full of fake and it probably you could probably agree. You need to find something real right now. Is there's a whole lot of fake going on great. I do know that the book really dives into really because we're so loved efficient than when we love deficient we try to make it up with other things and a lot of opinions and a lot of emotions and we try to fill the gap of what we think we need with what we want <hes> <hes> but i really attacked it from away even grown up in church but not really just it's not like a church church e book only at the same time. I think it's really for anybody that's looking for something real authentic big genuine <hes> something that will absolutely change their existence and change the entire surrounding of our culture right now which is really in a battle i. I think we're all trying to find. What foundation are we on in the first place in. I really wanted to write a book. That was more relevant than just hey. This is my heart i want. I want to the book that speaks to you where you're at right now. So i believe that when the love of god takes your life over it will change every aspect of your life then you cannot give what you do not have so then you can start to give love and a lot of times. We're trying to give love from a place that we're empty in god we. I'm trying to give you so. That's a really kind of the premise of the book to live from love not for love because when you live four love again you're out there trying to find on your own the answers to your own own problems own issues instead. There's some to something else in the somebody else that can help. We got a preacher array so real quick. I think we could all agree that we could use a little more love in today's society but the reason that mike is here outside side of his amazing book that comes out september third that you should definitely preorder now. He is here because there are definitely things that are going on politically politically. We're gonna talk about things like normal. Today is question day so we have a seven for the whole table some specifically from mica and religious talks but the reason that he is here is a lot of you have heard about hill song he'll song in the news across the world now marty. These sampson has stepped down and he was the lead. If i'm if i'm correct be lead songwriter for hilton or one of the league he was one of the songwriters over the years ago as of like the last few years he was not internet circle. We'll see that's why you're here because because we none of us are one hundred percent qualified enough to dive too deep into these things and so mark is here to talk about that but before we do all of this stuff unless the has the story great here i go. I just wanna say that last night. We went to dinner and jake you do not know this yet and the bartender no. It wasn't like that we were sitting at the we had to sit. We had to set the bar said sit at the bar and then we'll get your table waiting. We weren't drinking anything but the bartender tinder telling me. I looked like casey anthony choosing. I was like inside that you look just like the girl was like like that's all that's it. That's how i can't you. You just what what's the name o._j. Simpson <hes> yeah ted bundy like i was like okay. What do you stated that. Thank you buddy respectfully respond. Thanks so let's let's listen to dive in and let's get some quick hitter news things out of the way i find this hilarious areas but also kind of ironic in the same tone sarah silverman around on twitter anyway anyway sarah silverman regrets former black-faced comedy sketch laments cancel culture all right so basically sarah silverman had a role or a movie cancelled she was in and now because she did a black face comedy sketch years ago mike and anyway so i found this interesting. I am also against cancel culture. I think it's ridiculous that we have to cancel things because of things people did. That weren't offensive tag me to. How does jimmy kimmel still have a show. When he made fun of karl malone it was like in full below black carl get up yeah. We love karl malone. He's a huge supporter of the show huge huge gun guy karl malone. He has more if you were to go into karl malone s._r. carl. I apologize if you were going. It looks like you've ever seen as to when he shows up in that room with other dams like what a lovely room of death. That's his house animals dead everywhere everywhere. Oliver has huge hunter anyway. Jimmy kimmel did this. He has one of the biggest late night. Talk shows in the world right now but now sarah silverman even though i disagree disagree with sarah silverman on virtually cares that you did a black face comedy sketch it was it was a comedy sketch. How do you do that. How do you get upset in like fact. Check or culture. Check someone with. What are you showing me right now. Drew drew that with a pencil and what is a._d. 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It's in school god forbid. You have prayer in school but by god. You're going to teach l._g._b._t._q. History to children so what are what back before it was illinois. Governor is pritzker. I think his name is signed a new law and so they will actually start teaching the curriculum tracheal next year portrayed him very quickly on this drug. What do you think a power is. You know people won't power more than anything thing else and if you appease these people you'll continue to stay in office. You'll continue to get votes. I believe firmly that most of these governors governors whatever do not care and don't even believe in it but they're like sure if that's what keeps me in office if that's what pleases everybody whatever for now but i mean it's bizarre so mike a lot of people will say an issue that they have with christianity or or the church. Let's talk a church is they'll say that the churches some of the most judgmental people in the world which oftentimes that can that can be true sure. Does the church hate gay people. I mean oh you know. Here's my i already know. The answer is obviously no right. Christians don't hate anyone but can we as is it. The church church responsibility to actually start speaking up on some of these things. You know what i mean. I mean does the church have a responsibility to say. Hey we love everybody but <hes> this. This is what we believe. This is the truth and you see what i'm saying. Yeah totally i again so many things happened within the church and yeah there's judgmental people in every church and i think we have to be really careful as as a whole as a people to stop labeling the church as judgmental and start labeling the people well that are in the church judgmental and we can't separate that because people are just good being people like yeah. We just gotta be allowed to say. Hey you know what they're just. They're going through some or maybe they're still trying to develop their own faith belief in yeah. I think it comes to a place where it doesn't need to be that the church right now this in is an institution and a lot of people's minds. Not family is not a it's not a unit of love anymore institution in that were against anybody that has a different viewpoint point or look it says in the bible you must hate us absolutely not actually says god is love so i approach to you. Is we have to to start with. Hey i can love you but i don't have to agree with the right experience and if we can start there i can. Maybe have a conversation with you about your life and about what's going on before. I can just jump t. Hey what's what what do you identify. What is your flow in life. I want to know you. I i think from there we can start to develop a better conversation on how we can go but no i. Maybe there's a few people that i think this happens in the world a lot. There's a few the people that speak up for a lot of people in the church. There may be a few people that are filled with a little bit of rage a little bit of hatred when it comes to anybody that has a sin or something like that right. Well not the center kind of thing but at the same time i think we have to not label the entire church as the whole church is against and the l._g._b._t._q. It's not that way police for most people we say black people. You know there's and again i i think one of the biggest misconceptions and i'll take this part is is that a lot of people misconstrued what christians believe on fundamental biblical level level and misconstrued that as hate that's not that's not the same you see what i'm saying like you as as a fundamental bible believing bible believing leaving scripture believing christian you don't agree with the l._g._b._t._q. Community and how they choose how they choose to live but that doesn't mean that you hate them the relationship i mean that's what all boils down to hattab relationship with someone. You can't just go up. You're going to hail uh-huh. When's the last time i will weigh in comfort. That's a relationship so irritates hates me in general but going back to that. I don't think they should be pushing that on the us though because you already views can we just take all of it out. Can we take all of it out and let the home do that please. I think that i think that there is a direct hypocrisy in this. It's that it all depends on what the narrative is and what the narrative is trying to push and unfortunately we're no longer pushing conservative values or no longer pushing a religious values pushing. Whatever whatever the hot topic is is agreeing of the month or of the week and that's just another thing and of course illinois is leading the way there. Let's see here. What else else is going on. Oh okay. Here's a funny one random stuff. Let's go into some random things you talk about a guy. That's on his last straw here the right or you want to talk about entitlement here. We go all right. You ready man pushes b._m._w. Into the river why because he wanted a jaguar birthday well how you're driving. You're driving b._m._w. First of all man knows what he wants. I respect anybody anybody. That knows what he does what he wants on another thing. Let's talk about we have an update to the miley cyrus liam hemsworth break break-up pink alright so miley cyrus and liam hemsworth broke up after less than a year of marriage all right all right so miley cyrus comes out and she gives is this whole example of how you know you can't stop evolution and change and i'm standing in this river that used to be a mountain and all this other kind of stuff. A lot of people thought it was a <hes>. You know a a caveat to her wanting to become a lesbian. I thought it was satanic. Panic i dunno mountain all right so now now reports from the daily beast reputable website l. saying miley cyrus and liam hemsworth reportedly broke up because hymns worth couldn't keep up with her hectic social schedule not because she was fooling around with another woman behind his back and that's very specific moon is but but here's the thing okay. Let's remove. It's another woman right. She cheated on him okay. That's what it boils down to the thing about that article that that bothers me me. Is this cultural thing. I've said it for a long time. We got a huge culture problem. We've got a huge heart problem. There is no questioning that miley cyrus messed around behind liam liam hemsworth back but people in these websites in these things that kids are reading are trying to make it no no no majlis not bad for messing passing around behind his back. He simply couldn't keep up with her and so she had to she had to do the are the best for her you soon so that's the that's the that is the cultural change that i'm talking about and maka as the pastor here i would love you know i feel like the sanctity of marriage is marriage easing heck known when you're married to me of course it is obvious that came with an ask ask my relationship with elissa there. No but what i'm saying is the culture now that we live in is if anything it's hard yeah just leave and that's a direct contradiction what the bible actually tells us right yeah i mean life will be hard. You can't avoid it for anybody but i think everybody the moment they hit any resistance. They feel like this must mean. I i have to go another direction or something like that. Because things start to not go my way. Let me go find another way and i think that's the whole thing is. We're not letting god be god anymore anymore. We're becoming our own gods and when you become your own god you lead yourself to what you think is right and just because like okay. Miley thought it was hard so i'm gonna do what i think is best. I for me now and that's exactly what's going on. We're self inflicted wounds all over the place while we're selfish people right light light at the end of the day you can you can you can chalk up any marital differences any adultery any anything in life you know all this stuff about identifying identifying a certain things and genders and all this stuff you can you can break it down to the most simplistic thanks it's selfishness at the end of the day in my opinion it selfishness you cheat on your spouse because they aren't making you happy in the way that you view. You're supposed to be happy so sad to me. Though is you just push through. I feel like so many people just miss out on like the great like because it's like right around the corner like wow and you had a heart. We had hard marriage in the middle there. If we had to push through we would have missed out. I feel so bad for people because it's like you're missing earth credit. No marriage is perfect and it's the story of the imperfections fifty two years down the road so power probably marriage is probably getting harder these days because we don't know how to date excuse me getting getting back. Act two were dating wrong and we're probably crossing barriers in lines that we shouldn't be in dating that were meant for marriage and because now dating doesn't even look like dating anymore because you look just like a married couple so by the time you put a ring on your finger mean anything so now marriage marriage isn't as important. It's not a union anymore. It's just the next step gets all right. Let's go into some funny thing. I i thank you ladies. I this this look. This is a heavy heavily swayed podcast on the center owner of no funny. I go jae kyung figures and celebrities katy perry's in trouble along along because apparently on the said that she kissed a girl video. Yes she wants to go. I read about that all the way and shoot everything and he soon hashtag. Good money broke sorry back up a little bit on like like not while it was being recorded his the set of a music video something like that but it wasn't. I like that 'cause it's funny. It's funny bunny while the guy a lot of money consent and go now. I welcome someone is rich as katy perry panton may so i can go and get that money hashtag hashtag but no-one me it'd be rebecca down. The street didn't have together. Yeah wouldn't take the money but go all the way up until the point to where she thought she was going to have to give me a lot of money goes. Jay re really really playing their play the game good of you totally take that door that we got to get into some questions. Here's the feel good story. There's an osce simply known as dean who is preparing to board a flight when apparently the airline informed him that he couldn't bring his is beer can with him. I know i know this is tragic. Heartbreaking communist dane is at one to back down in the face of adversity. Did what anyone with steadfast integrity would do you. He checked in his solo can of beer in baggage. Ask anyone knows just because you fly somewhere. American doesn't mean your bag. We'll get there for the baggage handler salt. This was a riot and really appreciate his efforts and if you can see it rolling around on the baggage check and he received his beer can it. Can you imagine being that one watching like this little open in the a._f._c. Break apart part fake news all right. Let's into two or three really deep light political things to talk about this question and then we're going to get into <hes> <hes> hill song and we're really going to get into some discussions and i'm super excited for you guys to listen to this this. The ending of this podcast is going to be a bit different. We're we're really gonna dive into culture religion and i'm super excited about it but we've got guns terrance williams and frago being new inward to talk about first first a word from our sponsors the amazon in capital one data breach just hit one hundred six million of us just had our names home addresses presence in banking information exposed forget credit card theft. You're far greater. Risk is home title fraud. Title fraud is rampant because identity thieves figured <music> out the title and mortgage to our homes kept online. 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Flag laws and looking at talking talking about alissa gave me the d._v._d. Right so it started with dan crenshaw then the president and now rick scott down in florida and even lindsey graham have all started saying well. You know maybe red flag laws. Is it really that bad of an idea so i'm just just gonna say it right now. I'll start it off the table. <hes> shall not be infringed was written for a reason. The founding fathers are smarter than any of these people today because they knew they came came from a place where you can't trust the government right. Perspective is everything people came over from british rule why because they couldn't do what they wanted to do. You and british rule made it to where you can't do that because we don't want you to do it so they put together the constitution our rights as americans to say this is what we think is vital so that can't happen again when it comes down to red flag lyles hashtag to a for life baby shout out be infringed and you have to ask to yourself are red flag laws constitutional the simple answer is no if you if it goes all the way that supreme court supreme court supposed to interpret the constitution constitution as written a lot of people could use this in the bible way interpret the bible as written but that's another conversation for another moment. It's never gonna pass supreme court because if you look at it straight up the second amendment does not support red flag laws jake thoughts. I'm so torn on this <music>. When somebody like dan crenshaw you know the way he explained. It really was clarity for me because we do say as republicans. It's the person not the gun so if there's any steps we can take to kind of work towards something that's not infringing on people's rights but that is flagging people that should be people who are dangerous to society <hes> when we are up in indianapolis for the n._r._a. Thing there was a group of crazy people people surrounding the building flying planes over cussing people out as they walked in and they were red flag people they were the first people that i came into contact with that was against this whole thing and i get it and i don't want the wrong people getting elected and making laws that takes it away from trump supporters or from republicans or whatever but i think there is a amount <hes> there is a little bit of leeway that we can at least work across the aisle and say how can we within the law help curb herb this little bit the guy in gilroy california yeah. He avoided every law california has he got the gun out of state. He was under twenty one so gun. Laws did nothing to stop that so i get that it may not stop anything it may be infringe on ryan president inadvertently yesterday and this is a you know a precursor to what we're gonna talk about with chris cuomo in a minute but he said we're gonna talk about the video chris cuomo just going absolutely ballistic on this back in the president tweeted would chris cuomo mobin given a red flag for his recent rent filthy language and a total loss of control. He shouldn't be allowed to have any weapon. He's nuts so so the president just tweeted most people's main concern is about red flag laws. You lose your crap. <hes> threaten people and all this other cats <hes> the loopholes that people are worried about is saying well. How did you protect wording of red flag laws to keep that kind of stuff from happening in the simple. The answer is you can see that's. I think that's where i stand too. I'm kind of with jake. I wish in an idealistic world we could come together and figure this out but it's scary because you're right. You could get one counselor. Heavily is pushed or something of that nature. Sorry in syria was like talk about red flag. Just went off listening that you i worried about you know people have a major problem because and said now i can accuse view of just being crazy and you don't need your red walls in itself is a belief of a utopian society what i mean by that is there believing that people are so oh good and just that they would never abuse that law against people if men were angels. We wouldn't be having this conversation maka. You're not off the hook now. We're going into a you you question office same thing so in that same vein would jesus have owned a gun. Would jesus uses question a good who wrote that. Do you want me to go first or do you love to hear your thoughts so i am stealing. Being nadine's sentiment actually had this conversation technically was a question that was this is come up. We'll know that was is to down honestly say he probably didn't need one one. Okay all right first of all team. Put it in a really good context jesus i. I don't know that answer but i do know that he surrounded himself with a bunch of people that carried the equivalent is back in the day knives swords all that other stuff peter cut off duty here. You know what i mean and i say it like this jesus in my opinion. What if somebody wanted to try to hurt. Jesus is mama back in the day. Can you say that jesus wouldn't offend his mother to the absolute best of his abilities kind of thing. You see what i'm saying like illicit. Look at me like i'm crazy crazy. What if a situation occurred. Does the bible say that. We're not allowed to defend ourselves. Does the bible say that. We're not allowed to protect ourselves by any means necessary. I don't remember reading that in there anywhere. Maybe i'm crazy. I mean it's a great i mean you can't say say say you can't can't say yes. I know jesus. Would i had a gun. I mean that's crazy but if you put it in context he's surrounded himself with people who did have protection while he was going through the crabs jesus much taylor performed all these miracles you know he could probably convince the guy with you know without having to kill him just like hey dude well. What what they're really saying mica and this is what this is what i'm pitching to you here. Is there not really asking the question. What jesus have had a gun what they're really asking in years. Does jesus support guns. That's what they're that's what they're really asking. Everyone knows that jesus didn't have guns back there and everybody knows that jesus is son of god probably doesn't need a gun you walk on water christian what they're asking is does jesus support guns and i think that that biblically and through scripture there's nothing in the bible that says you are not allowed to defend yourself and protect you and your family mike. I just love your thoughts on it. Yeah it's tricky <hes> because you know it's it's one of those to me argument that can provide a slippery slope because then you you go down an argument and all the sudden you're in this argument of political an theology one and you have to choose a side at that point <hes> do i look at this politically or biblically because honestly biblically there is not like a clear indication like here we can yeah you can defend yourself but it also says turn the other cheek but then to. What extent do you turn the other cheek. If somebody breaks into your house. I'm not gonna turn so it's kind of like this whole how far so there are it is known in the bible that they're all chair had been turned into my house. I turned all cheeks immediately view entering during my question in that's where it is a little bit like that middle ground of yeah okay okay. Can you come to a biblical answer our guns christian no you probably can't get to that play biblically but what is biblical is to follow the laws of the land that is biblical yeah see there. That's why the pastor is on the end of the day. If you had to pick something to put it on the bible says obey the law defense matter the heart too. I mean you can't each person who owns a gun isn't like this great. You know what i mean like. It's kind of individual decision almost two. It's i dunno loaded question of defending yourself all right our good friend terrance williams. She's in now. I don't know if you know who is actually ascent linzie easy terence's video paper. If you haven't seen it you should go watch it. He's like the kevin hart for conservatives believe in news. I haven't seen trouble minded seen the video camera so terri- made a video about the jeffrey epstein a murder suicide anyway and so the president retweeted it and what's what's so crazy and ridiculous mate. This is why i'm pro gun right here for this reason in and of itself because he was shared on the president's page age. Tarrant is a black man all right. He's black guy. He's black conservative. <hes> people are just coming over left and right threatening him hoping he dies say they're gonna kill him all this other kind of stuff simply because the president re tweets made what he did. I think it is just a horrifically sad that we live in a society to where if we disagree politically on something and you gotta think we're people really upset that he was talking about. The fact that sex ringed obituary pedophile abuser is dead. No they're upset because he said he thinks the clinton has had something to do with it. Yeah so what i'm saying so so that's political the difference at the end of the so so we're threatening to murder people but that's all political has become the norm. I mean we get threats. Everyone i know even both sides both sides unfortunately just get and it's not okay personal puerto privilege he him jake stone he him the first of all to say we love the clintons and would never take terrence is one of those people people who was like the mortal enemy of the left. If you are a conservative black person you are the most dangerous person to their base ace because brandon tatum david harris junior people like that really start taking that black vote and make them think like oh maybe the left optus full of crap and we haven't got anything from them and when the president brings you up yeah it's time else. Would they threaten his life down. You you liked jeffrey extreme thought already so. I think i'd give you a moment. It was sad for five hundred hundred culture that supports that and then people actually defend no you're right. I just think it's sad he's a white supremacist thomason supremacist anyway mike to me it would be to put in context of your world. It would be like i don't know it would be. We can't even talking to a group of muslims saying that jesus is god period and then they say well. We're killing you you for that. You deserve to die for saying something totally right now. There is no <hes> grace for the middle ground. There is none i it's been a raced down <music> agree to disagree gone. It's totally gone so if you disagree you're endanger to certain extent of either you know an opinion being thrown at you for especially in this social media age. You know anybody could say anything about you. You wanna throw one tweet on out there that has leaned to it. Yes you can get threatened now and you can get talked about so we do live in a very divisive culture. I think that's what's so painful for me. As as a pastor who's trying to unify a body because the church is not a like when you come together when people come together. They're all kinds of. I don't know a lot of people who go to church may be listening to this podcast. You gotta realize there's a a lot of different beliefs in the in the seats in the rose around you. They don't all believe the same just as you however so beautiful about the church is at least when it's done on right they can show up and put those in the bathroom because it's now about something else and let's let's start with that. Let's agree on that now. I do know when we start to disagree agree. We we don't know how to disagree anymore. The have is not going to look like one group of people with the same skin color go to the same church believe every single thing the exact exact same way breath of heaven. Is you believe in one thing the same way you believe that jesus or god sent his son jesus die for us. We have <hes> <hes> everlasting life with him but in my opinion americans could could use some of that as americans. We don't believe everything the same way. We don't look we don't sound the same but we believe the one ideal that is e. Pluribus unum out of many one we are americans and we've seen to have just lost that outdone. You used to be able to disagree with your neighbor and about politics but the left is a identity politics party. They are about conformity and they're also about racism if they take certain groups of races and give them certain things and they say the other one is bad because of privilege that you know let's talk about racism for a minute <hes> <hes> that leads us into chris cuomo chris cuomo is in the news. Have you heard anything about this or we're going to catch up. Okay all right. Chris cuomo is a a c._n._n. Star it's really like anderson cooper in my opinion. If you had to rank oh it'd probably be anderson. Cooper chris cuomo don lemon don lemon whatever whatever his name is under sexual assault allegations by the way <hes> either way chris cuomo. There's been this name. Aim has been floating around with chris cuomo and it's frago so pay because chris cuomo prato so for those of you who don't know you may as well just said the n. word or yeah well yeah. We're getting to that so frito. Is that basically the dumb brother in the godfather ahead of ladies and gentlemen. We really apologized for the explicit anyway all right so frito. Prato is the dumb brother character in the godfather so people have been telling cuomo. He's like the dumb brother on c._n._n. So there's this video. He looked like i'm sorry i just nine anyway. That's why don't yes. He's done a talion. That's why they're saying. I got it okay so video is out now gone viral all over the place. Basically this dude thought legitimately thought his name was chris frago cuomo so the the dude i mean i don't know maybe plans to think he actually in a bar. He comes up and freight. Oh sorry chris it just rolls off the tub and chris cuomo loses his frigging mind basically telling him he's fixing to throw him downstairs. He's fixing new. I mean a bunch of explicit language. He's fixing to just tear this dude up so in defense of his actions of course conservatives are freaking out and in some conservatives are like i'll you know what's the big deal but c._n._n. Of course defending chris cuomo now saying he had every the right to do so because frago is the n. word to italians what false you're telling me that the name of a movie character actor equates to a name that was used to dehumanize an entire race that was put into slavery in murdered at random for hundred years hundreds of really frito is in word. That's racist to be honest with you all they have to do everything is so annoying. I you could hurt me and i'll have to suicide your racist and then everybody gets behind me. What are we doing and you to instantly blocked the upload her that that's the point with brandon he uploaded that video and and youtube took it down quick and then donald trump come don. Jr. comes out with that tweet of the c._n._n. M._s._n._b._c. where they called him for it's okay call don. Jr. racist never mind. They made it for about what he just say. You know you should never threaten or fight or <hes>. Do anything and we all get behind that a little fight. Remember when people had bar fights back in the day and it was over in like five minutes and the thing is what i'm talking about. The problem is to drinking in a bar can't have any kind of scuffle of any kind without it being mainstream news in racist and ill in confrontation so what if it's confrontation people fighting light the bar all the time. Please tell which i'm not saying. It's a good thing it's not what i what i'm saying. Is people have been fighting in the bar since the formation the people who've been fighting forever just shot. Let them do what they gotta. Do nobody even touched each other. You know it was words. They literally were saying words back and forth is trying to spin it to where this dudes racist a racist word that is not there anyway. That's my thought on cuomo. Let's talk about this. Let's talk about someone in a question and it said i i'm going to do my best not to demean the question and but here we would people change their minds if they realized most vet veterans no no oh vets it's like i'm like an animal vet. Okay sorry all right would sorry. I read vet okay. Whatever a veteran veteran. I was like all right would with people change their minds if they realize most vets do abortions on animals wait what why do people change their mind about abortion russian being bad if they realized that most vets do abortions on and why do the veterans do the abortions veterans a veterinarian ah better life probably because the the well being the animal because the dogs like i want to now some people some people don't want don't wanna therapies. Their dog runs around gets it. They don't want the puffy so i will say because what a strange training dogs aren't people. They don't have souls you know you can put them down and don't talk that language with people yeah niane steve barium in the backyard. No wow that's that's a weird line of the next question. You know some people that believe animals are on the same level as people species yeah and that's just not true belief i. I don't think they have a soul but you know. Dogs weren't made in god's image. You know what i mean. There's just and the dog's not gonna live with like doc. Depression for life confused that it's adult at the even if it is it's a dog probably don't even i'm not pregnant. I mean seriously man yeah okay to not being the question donald j i just wanna say jake demean the question. I'm actually trying to answer for sure <hes> i am. I am firm comfirmed firm firm firm anti abortion period. I don't care if it's a rape reason or whatever antiabortion is a terrible thing yes. Is it horrible horrible when it's hard to talk about yes but if you put a sonogram up show me which ones the right baby at the end of the day animals animals malsor not people that are not on the same spectrum as people. They're not do the same rights freedom or privileges of people <hes> because they're not people so no. I don't think it would change people's minds on abortion. Make the same argument about guns like people like well animals to definitely kill each other. Does that make sure argument for having haven't gone. I think throwing a bone to them. I think why they asked the question is probably they see so. Many people like so passionate about their animal <hes> and not about even what's happening in that. Maybe there's an egg or under. Hey look in the arms of an angel semigloss singing over aw oh who did all right so so so so speaking of that. Let's let's dive into the part of this episode. I'm super excited about an ester dive into some religious and spiritual aspects of this show is not unknown that we're mean elissa and obviously mica our firm christians and what we believe in one of the best christian all the time aw no anyway but here recently hill song which is arguably the largest worship band in the world. Yeah absolutely fifty million people seeing theirselves yeah every week so popular hill saw salt writer. Marty sampson walks away from the christian faith now. I'm gonna read like his letter that he sent and it's really small so i want to do our best to read it here and then i really want to kind of dive in and talk about some of this stuff here and that's that's why mike is here and so here we go all right so this is what he said in his post time for some real talk. I'm genuinely losing my faith and it doesn't bother me like what bothers me. Now is nothing. I am so oh happy now so at peace with the world it's crazy. This is a soapbox moment so here. I go how many preachers fall many no one talks about it. How many miracles happen not many. No one talks about it. Why is the bible full of contradictions. No one talks about it. How can god be love yet. Send four billion people to a place all because they don't believe no one talks about it. Christians can be the most judgmental people on the planet. They can also be some of the most those beautiful and loving people but it's not for me. I am not in any more. I want genuine truth not the i just believe it kind out of truth. Science keeps piercing the truth of religion. Lots of things help people change their lives version of god got so much more to say but for me i keep i i'm keeping it real on follow if you want. I've never been about living my life for others. All i know is what treated me right now. Christianity just seems to me like another religion. At this point. I could go on but i won't love and forgive absolutely be kind absolutely be generous and do be generous and i do good to others. Absolutely some things are good okay. Things are good no matter what okay that's what is all right so first of all if we're gonna if we're going to dissect this. Let's dissect it. Honestly let's take the very end of that for me. The initial things that pop out he says love and forgive absolutely behind absolutely be generous and do good to others. Absolutely some things are good no matter what that's blatant christianity and biblical reasonings so at the end of this. He says he doesn't believe in christianity more yet. Those virtues and values are straight up biblical teachings. We as people are selfish individuals. We are born selfish from the very beginning. It is not normal and natural to want to just give your money away to people it is not normal and natural think about others before yourself. Those are not not natural. Things taught things but a lot of non-christians. I mean a whole lot of friends. Have those traits. They just don't see them as traits of god. They're just good people so i i get it. We know those traits of god does that make sense yacht margaret your thoughts on that and then let's break out the first part and then we'll really messed up and a and he actually even provided a late. Maybe even yesterday a latest update that he's like. I haven't fully denounced. I'm just on that road. He's on his study. Sitting called shaky. Foundation is what he's on and <hes> you know one if i can take it from this angle. I'm actually glad he's asking questions because i oh i don't want even christianity as a whole to start to look like we have to tell you what you're supposed to believe and that's only house tack on marty sampson this this is to have an open conversation to other christians and people that may have learned from that though i i you know he went to instagram. I think it's the language of our day. I mean what three weeks ago. There's another christian author that just did this as well. <hes> renounce his faith so for some reason it's becoming a a maybe a thing. Hopefully it's not going to be a thing where we're christian. Leaders are going to start doing this. However okay asking the question but the other part is yeah. There's a lot in there. That's okay man who view surrounded yourself the last couple years because i do know whether you know you guys <hes> listening like hill song or not you know i've been been able to go there meet a lot of the people and the leaders there <hes> and i've seen nothing but genuine and he actually said in his follow up <hes> the follow up letter he said he'll song song has some of the best pentecostal doctrine that he seen so. He's not actually bashing hill song. He's on this journey on himself so first off. I think we have to extract it because i think a lot of people like this is my chance to get after a an organization called hill song because i knew i didn't like them as well. No this is another are individual and group everything together and let's just talk about him. Now the post itself some of the things that i think that bothered me when he said and we don't we'll talk about it and we don't talk about yes said left tackle those kind of year individually so so so here's one lori. This is good add this. He kind of identify some of the biggest questions that people have about christianity in games right so how many preachers fall many no one talks expended so so. Let's expand it a little bit. How many christians are perfect not meaning. Nobody talks about it so let's talk about it oli michael. You're the guest in your also the past take it so. We'll let you go first and then i'd love to open it to the table a little bit sure are christians perfect easy the answer absolutely amazing no not at all and i think one of the bigger mistakes that we do is we look at christian leaders in the pasture after like myself and for some reason placed on a pedestal when we have the same flesh and blood as everybody else yeah. We've just been called to do something a little bit different which is a little bit crazy roese cause for so many years. I didn't want to start a church planet church but here i am pastoring and obviously love every second of it but at the same time you have to understand what you're getting into into and it's a crazy world i think for him. I think a lot of people elevated in their minds who he was and he's big. He's hill song worship leader songwriter any automatically became and i understand there's this movement right now very influential christians and some people bocom celebrity pastors celebrity worship leaders and everything like that. Maybe a little bit dangerous because i i don't know forever supposed to go down that road of calling anybody that are looking at another worship leader as if you know so you can obviously honor people but i think what happened with him as okay we're looking again atom and we start to bring him up in her mind and all the sudden he has this well. Nobody talks about wind pastors fall. Oh my like everybody talks about it. When pass in the news and you know i can't my dad was at one of over. The last thirty years was in we were in the the heart of probably what would be considered the biggest pastor to ever fall at least in our generation and and i was i. I was too young to really know what was going on. My dad lost his job in the middle of all of it it was on c._n._n. Fox <hes> my dad who was his youth pastor was getting called by giraldo auto to be back in the day when i remember that night to go on his show and i'm sitting here like i in my dad he he'll tell me the story because he's a pastor too he they had to move three times our entire family because the pastor she served under felon every single one of them made some kind of news and i'm like okay. They talk about in the in the global sense but if you're even saying let's talk about it personally why it happens. It's because we're human yeah and some pastors have no accountability yet and that'll put anybody over the news the past thank you. I think that was one of my biggest pet peeves because we've been a lot of churches and it's like they start to believe and get honestly a big ego and then that cycle wait a minute. I don't know that's a pet peeve of mine to like and but it's our fault because a lot of congregation does put on this pedestal that you have to be perfect so i can. I learned at drake. You have any thoughts yeah so i went to this church jackson mississippi and it was the same thing everybody kinda idolized. This guy is preacher and i talked to him afterwards and pretty normal guy flesh and bone just like the rest of us so i do think like michael. What what you were saying. You know. This guy was looked at. Is this mega star you know how could he change his mind. You know and i don't know i think it's isn't natural to have questions like that and he shouldn't be demonized for probably had a lot of pressure to be and perform at the right and it's it's good that christianity is accepting religion. I know of another one that would kill you for financing your faith stephen fertig actually speaking of mega pastors fasters stephen paddock had a video come out just two or three days ago which which i think kinda complements what you were saying mike is that we put we put people in the church are people that claim to to be christians like you said at a pedestal and then unfortunately what ends up happening is. You got a lot of christians that are like well. You thank god jesus like jesus so i can't be associated with you because you'll help me backslide and i can't be a part of that kind of thing right yeah so so that's what happened but stephen i said it best. He goes every single person in this room. Myself included every single person in the world. No matter how christian you claim to be if life had what happened just a miniscule bit different and your whole life would turn out a whole lot different every single person in here that was in college ninety nine percent of you if the cop had pulled you over at the right time it could have turned out a whole <hes> if if you know don't oh don't come at me talking about how holy you are. Let's look at your search history. Let's get your text messages. Let's look at every person that you down when you knew you should have lifted them up every very single person in here. If god had not played a role in your life your life get a turn out by different so go ahead. I wouldn't worry like i think some people might be concerned that since he did this it might start like changing minds of other people. I don't think if if you're good christian you should be swayed. I'd like someone you know because a different religion or denounces their faith. It's like now. I don't believe in god yeah. Whoa thank you push him. Away is by jumping in the comments section and you're telling him for what he's doing exactly and then he's just going to be like oh told you so this is this is actually a really good question <hes> and again this is not to attack this guy. This is this simply to address some of these things that open forum that he she is claiming in this post doesn't get talked about a lot so we're going to use this platform to talk about some of this stuff and i know that this is a question that a lot of non christians or people people that are searching for have to offer in basically falls into the bad things happen to good people stuff right so how can god be love yet sin four billion people to a place all because they don't believe and why do bad things happen to good people so mica. Take on this slight note. Let me no question and that nobody talks about. It's because we're wrestling with it now yeah and if we as believers can actually get whoever identifies as that can actually get to a place where we can admit that we don't know all the answers in even a scripture. I read them for strengthens this morning. As knowledge is whatever it makes you look a certain way but love is the real answer so it's like okay getting to a place whereas like stop trying to think you know it all because you just show people that you don't know really anything i think this is one of those questions where christians tried to answer like they know exactly what god's thinking being in how he functions i think biblically and theologically we can attack that from from from <unk> stance of saying okay how can a loving god send. He doesn't send i think the whole entire things he sent jesus now so he doesn't send people to hell yeah so jesus now sent the lifeboat out for you to jump on yeah yeah and so now it became a choice because we are not robots we we are not serving dictator in heaven who is forcing us to say and do and move like he wants us only to do. It is a relationship living relationship with jesus. Now that's a question that is massive and it's big and we often times have to go right back to to will. I believe the bible is the word got so can go back to the bible and there are things that were were answers and logic do not connect dots faith enters dan's why we have the were in a lot of people miss that i'm like no faith there because maybe you know there are some like the case for crisis brilliant because it wasn't atheist who went on a journey and studied scientifically and ended up as a christian because you said i can't deny not everybody's going to have that journey though some people are we're gonna have to believe before they understand <hes> and this is one of those where it's like okay. He's given people menu the choice on this earth. How how are we going to live our life. He's given us jesus and now we're living in a crazy world and it's getting a little bit more difficult to see what's real options on the table now and there's a lot of religions on the table now and what's real what's not you can look into that and that's a different conversation but i think the whole heaven and hell conversation is a big one and at the same time it comes down to and i've heard it said people send themselves. God doesn't send them yeah. I think a lot of people are like amateur philosophers to and think they have have all these deep like why would he do this well. You didn't create the universe like maybe those questions are deeper than your comprehension you just on a very very biblical and scriptural thing. I believe it was job he was talking to because joe went through all the trials and finally threw his hands up and say god. Why are you doing this to uh-huh and then god says. Do you know the amount of stars in the sky. Do you know how many grains of sand or on the beat you are not capable uh of understanding everything. I think that he he he he writes the book. You're not capable of understanding. Everything and i think that's i grapple with that. When i lost two people are very close to back to back and i had really not encountered really true like grief heartache or anything like that and so i did the same thing why do good things happen about people and i had to grapple apple at that and it's hard because it takes the power out of your hands. You have to actually have that faith and let go l. Do you think that the answer to that question ranges ranges in the the the realm of their rules. I mean at the end of the day the bible christianity ah there are rules that you i mean the bible is very specific. You have to accept god as the one true god you have to accept him into your heart you have i mean there are rules in the bible is very that's why the great commission exist because it's our job as christian believers to go out and reach the other the people that aren't believers because if we don't that is that is the fate ways not to me. It seems like christians now are wanting to to not have to just that's what they struggle with the most so you're telling me if i don't follow the rules that that person's going going to go to hell yeah well. That's that's what the bible says and i think. Some people may sleep me if i'm wrong please. I think it's more like we're we're using hell as a as a fear tactic instead of trying to reveal god's goodness jesus and i think if we can unveil jesus isa's we'll start to see that the reality of hell is there and instead of because i think so many times we attack that question from we'll just tell me now is hell real because i don't wanna go there. It's like okay way going away now. Now we're stuck yeah. Let me tell you about the reason why he wrote this book. Let me tell you about love. I let me tell you about the need. I mean how it says in the bible that nothing can separate you from his love that god sent his only son because he so loved you. Let's start there and so you can understand. I the reason why we're were even talking about. Heaven or hell in the first place is because you have somebody that is constantly with you in his four units you and now we talk about hell like i don't wanna go there and nobody actually you know i wish i could go to hell usually people that say that don't believe in it but there has to be a place where it's like. Can we start seeing god's goodness taste agency that the lord is good first and then now. Let's talk about the eternal soul what happens after that which is having a conversation. It's a big one and it's a tough one but it is a real biblical. Will let's take one more big bombshell that he drops on here that i also believe is is one of the biggest reasons and that christians don't believe in jesus or not christians one of the main things that you hear all the time and the reason that i don't go to church because people that go to church sure right. I mean that's why you hear you're all the time and so he says christians can be the most judgmental people on the planet so i know that we're long on this one but i believe this is important so so so we're we're definitely going to cover this. One really quick. I mean one of the biggest videos i've ever done was about a christian woman judge tattoos and and so i i mean that is very true like people struggle with that and that's a question that they showed with all the time i come from a church background too where i was let down greatly by by the church the people that run the church and it rocked me spiritually and foundationally for many many years decade and a half even hated god god for it because i viewed god in what other christians had shown me judgmental works driven type thing like like oh. You didn't do this the right way so obviously you're not blah. Blah blah blah woo from my pastor's perspective. What would you say to someone that believes that yeah well. Christians are the most judgmental people in the world. I wouldn't tell them the wrong right away. Because i think again i mean if you can hear my heart in this passer asser but also want to want to let christians no and non-christians look. We've got to put ourselves on trial sometimes and stop putting other people in trial all the time and i think that's where it starts is like the entire bible is like worry about the spec in your i instead of somebody you know the plug in your eyes says spectrum somebody else's i and you're like okay if we could actually take that to hartwig start to look at ourselves and if we could maybe the judgment would decrease but i think people are taking scripture in their interpreting through their life and how they were raised in their shortcomings things in their insufficiencies and outcomes skirts skewed view of of the bible and what god is and now they go to a church and they have a certain belief that they are i their firm and they stand in that belief and if something happens that even remotely touches that wound or that belief system that they have but they're gonna talk about you. They're going to leave the church and they're gonna set everything on fire and i'm like okay. Why are we doing this. Why do we have to jump to that right away. In be so judgmental judge men on christians are judgmental but i do know the other end. There's a lot of christians that are starting to understand. What grace is a and. I think that's the big equalizers like okay if you're judgmental. Maybe maybe you're not seeing that the same grace that god gave you. You're supposed to give other people and maybe we're not understanding this whole forgiveness thing like it's time to start forgiving because if you live unforgiven you we'll keep walking judgmental and trying to cut people down to make yourself feel better and really i found that judgmental people at the end of the day are in an internal battle with themselves and they're trying trying to hide something that they don't want to reveal trying to talk about somebody else because they don't want anybody else to see what's wrong with them and this is where we all start if we could just get honest with ourselves. Maybe maybe the judgment <hes> percentage could decrease however i talking to even the people that that want to go to church. Judgmental people are now stopping them. Don't let a human women stop you because judgmental people are in every field. We were made for community. It's important and my favorite say and i have to tell you is i've lived for like several years. Now is the holy spirit's a starbucks and like it's not your job to convict anybody else. He's pretty good at that. Though what do you think i mean i. I think we are like you said community creatures with we need people so that's why we're judgmental because it's it's just in our d._n._a. And i think everybody's judgmental in one way or another atheist are judgmental about people with religion. You know whether islam islam is definitely judgmental about women in yeah you know everybody has their own judgments or whatever but yeah it's it's knowledge that then you can start to to buy could give if i could give because yes i agree with all three of you but if i could give the opposite side of the spectrum here really quick is i will say that another thing that happens a lot people judd people people people perceive it as judgment when actually i believe that we're in an area now you've got churches that are allowing light drag queen shows in their church and all this other kind of stop stop. There is a difference between but to not to not be perceived as judgmental. No yeah yeah but what i'm saying is there's a difference between standing what you know to be. No no no no don't get me wrong. That's wrong the bible. I say it's wrong. The bible says that's wrong so therefore it is wrong however as a christian i love you and i'm not gonna throw stones at you and i'd love to be your friend and get to know you and show you you what god has done with me because i'm a horrible person. Jesus still loves me to quote hannah be from the bachelor. I'm saying is what i'm saying is. I think that we also entering into this. This realm where christians and people in the church don't want. I want to be perceived as judgmental so now they're also no longer standing firm in what they know that they should. I mean you're hitting a lot for me right right now. Just in general because you're going from christians now that are going public about losing their faith right yeah we struggle about going public about the faith that we currently and we do uh in in a in a land culture and a time society that is constantly now giving their life giving things away for free because they want to have influence or popularity whatever whatever it is we're what happened to our faith being boldness and having the courage to stand up and say no. I don't agree with that and somebody needs to speak man. Somebody needs is to start standing up and we've had this conversation but you've got politicians taking scripture out of context to push their own agendas. We need people to be bold old to be loud and to be honestly aggressive in say no that is not what the bible says bible does not say that as a christian i love you and i'm no better than you you as a christian but the bible's word is true. The bible does not say that and we need people. We need christians to stand up and say no. We're not gonna let you lie live to people because that's not what it says. We are super overtime mica. Thanks for coming on man. I really liked the conversation. There's not enough time. <hes> ah we can talk for hours but hashtag america. Let us know let us know if you'd like us to break this down in a series. I think it'd be cool to do a series series of the top three or four biggest questions that people have about kind of break it down and fight against this this this mindset of well chris don't really talk about mike and thanks for coming <hes> wrigley. Where can everybody find you and more importantly right. Now your book mike berto <hes> dot com. Obviously that's all my social. Media is probably the hardest names to spell in the world h._b._o. Not so yeah all that stuff you can find that anywhere books are sold amazon's presell and right right now. What's the name again for everybody. 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Ep 321 | Electrifying Trump Supporters

The Chad Prather Show

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Ep 321 | Electrifying Trump Supporters

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You're the vast majority, ninety, nine, point nine, nine, nine, nine, nine percent of those of you in law enforcement. God bless you for doing what you do. You see people like the steal the trump signs and stuff. So our neighbors they. Cross street neighbors, they're not neighbor neighbors, but they're caused it over there. They were big beto supporters had like they had like eleven signs in their yard right back when he was running against Ted Cruz and a big storm came and one of them blew out in the street and so jade was check in the mail. And we've got one of those community mailbox deals with the key. And Brandon who was I guess twelve at the time he jumps out and runs of their grabs that sign and puts it back in the yard and so jade goes. That was good thing you did he didn't feel right. I love it. He said I. Just I didn't like it. It didn't feel good at didn't feel right. So obviously people like to do all the stuff. So there's one dude in Massachusetts. You can only imagine he's fed up six of his previous trump signs vanish. So you know what he did. He he put on electric fence. Surrounded with an electric fence so that people can't get to it I. Say electrify sign right just. Loosening. Spotlights and just put big beans up there. So all your neighbors, your whole city can see lock it on your rooftop so they. I've only ever had one sign in my yard for campaign and that was ted Cruz when he was running against bed Oh and I put it right out there in front of that neighbor's house in my yard but it was. See it every single day? One. I've ever had to just because you had an extra headaches. I got one made Steve put it in his yard I can't stand better rourke. The Medicare who knows it? I don't care. So in Indonesia, the anti massacres there were out there the local authorities they had eight people. The broke the facemask laws. I can't believe that's even a phrase. And they made them dig graves for nineteen victims that was their punishment. Okay. This sounds like something governor newsom would. Give new. Gavin NEWSOM. Surface, this sounds like a good idea, but it's not a Gavin newsom big idea right now in California is if if convicted felons. Will help fight the wildfires. Now, this is not real. This is real stop. They can become firefighters once they get out of. Know about all the unemployed, the people that have been unemployed during this by. Offering them firefighter jobs osh if the heard on the news yesterday I was driving I was like. What. So without training like I'm sure they get training but okay. Just. So what they want is what prisoners to go out and fight the wildfires something that firefighters can barely do because it's so damn dangerous. and. Then if they're willing to do that, he'll make him firefighter. So let's send some untrained felons out there. Might be a great plan. Against the grain flamer's. Grape dig digging deal to if we. START WITH CHICAGO. Downtown. These. Ideas to Davis Wednesday it's Hump Day Chicago I. Think they killed another thirteen in Chicago this past weekend yes. Because he normal deal people don't even people aren't GonNa Blink at it anymore. It's a joke. We it. I mean it's almost a sad that it's. Very San. Oh they're going for a record not even a word from light. How let's lightfoot lorrimore licensed like a turtle I didn't know she was a lesbian she's. Not. Surprising. I didn't know she's got a partner might be a wife I don't know. I don't really care. But once I. saw it. It made sense. You ever look at somebody and be like liberal You can spot them man You can spot I can you come and? See you coming. and Vice Versa I think. About you do I bet you. If it wasn't for me, you'd probably be a little liberal. I am a little liberal you are. You'd be one of those progressive nut jobs probably saw you're. KILLING BABIES AND THIRD TRIMESTER Protesters, this New York Post protesters demand cops let themselves be stabbed shot. Can't make this shit up. They. Until our political class repudiates the false narrative about police. Racism, we cannot expect officers to continue business as usual. They're already pulling back from proactive policing understandably. been told endlessly such policing is racist. Homicides and shootings are spiraling out of control nationally every attack on a police officers, Matacas, civilization itself. That's true. We're in a process of losing any possibility of civil peace. I am put a debt Mammo POW. I got plenty and more coming. I got plant police myself. Yeah go into the range today tech's gun experiencing. Is Expensive right now if you can find it is expensive right I'm. My question is. I'm just curious how many how the recruitment for being a police officer's going right now a horrible. Good friends that have been police officers twenty twenty plus odd years. They're getting out they can't take it anymore. I told this story we were downtown I was I was main street Fort Worth. Downtown ran into some friends they were on patrol out there you know sitting in the car. Got Out we talked for a while and. The skateboarders came by flip them off. Right right. In their face lethal right in their face spurs no respect and I want to kill. I mean I want to beat their ass? Insane. And you know what they just went on about it. Just went on. And these are good cops I mean, these are good guys these these are dudes it. I mean just the week before one of one of his officers guy was talking to one of his officers gathered got hit by the car and drug ninety. Feet. And put in a coma. In Fort Worth and still not doing well. So it's it's a sad day Oh man I you know again, these these guys don't make enough to put up with this. Not at all I mean they just don't look look I'm all for. Reform, in the sense that they need more funding. They need more training. They need more options that are non lethal. I say ride the lightning right? If you want if you. WanNa have a taser. have one that somebody can't resist heart attack. Screw it. Still. Better, taking a bullet. But I'd say item up, you won't mind lethal and you going to say no to the police the end of the day every single video you watch is somebody resisting arrest yeah. Every single time. Just just. Steve set in I've been arrested a couple of times I've never been shot. I've never been beat up I mean you said it the other day? You said I'm like. Right here you. have been arrested I think five times. Once in Mexico. You spend a little time in a Mexican jail. That's a whole other deal. I've lived some life. People have lived some life I did around I'm gonNA around you know. that's why people want to come out online and try to blast me and I'm like. Honey that ain't the worst. That ain't, heating. Done that. I've I've lived some life y'all. I'm I'm elise anyway I say Yes sir. Yes ma'am. No Sir no ma'am taught my kids I don't care if that COP is twenty years younger than me. He's a yes sir, that's right. One hundred percent I because an individual individuals that badge. V.'s GonNa take the oath and I'm going to respect the It's called authority. And you'RE NOT GONNA have authority in life if you don't respect authority. Because someone at some point in time will put you under authority. You can't live without authority and that's the thing you got these millennials out here. They love socialism they love anarchy. Listen this quote Gallup poll. I don't know how much we trust it but since two thousand, ten young adults positive ratings of socialism have hovered near. Fifty percent. That's crazy. October two, thousand, nineteen YouGov Internet survey the right, two, thousand and nineteen Story it headed with seven in ten millennials say they'd vote for socialist. Won't arche there. So uneducated, they're so clueless. I like to eat. And you don't get to do that with socialism. Correct not good food. nope. I'm a capitalist decided for you. If you want socialism than goodbye to all your little door dash in Uber's guys, it's all gone. Yeah it's all gone. Gone. Gone. Your little gadgets gone. It's all your freedom. Your freedom is gone. You're gone. It's gone I. Guess that's a good diet plan I said. Hey if you need to lose weight. Socialist Venezuela. My name is Madero. I WANNA introduce you to a brand new plan called Socialist. And these idiots out there who are sitting there going well, it's just never been tried properly. Stop. Stop you sound like Cardi B. Having a conversation with Kennesaw once Oh, so stupid you don't know. You're stupid. You think you're smart. But you stupid, you can't step up like that. That we can't assume. Band. So debate on. Girl's smart. I Love Kansas I do. She scares me She's she's she's in control. Yeah. She's prepared Cardi. B.. If you're debating someone in there, you say you know what I'm saying you'RE NOT GONNA win or US On okay. You know all those tweets. Cardi? She's at what they what they what like she had no idea how chance and you she didn't have an actual like writer Ernest and tweeting. You can't spell anything. You just knew it was really Cardi tweeted. It was. Free College I think that if they would hang from the bottom of a helicopter and fly over these California, wildfires at her web would put it all out. Get. Hot. DROPE. Listen you think of your future you'd think of goals and where you WANNA be substitute dreams for goals and suddenly planning futures bigger because no one ever has small. Dare to dream bigger start your bigger future with a degree from Ashford University Cardi B. Used. Asher universities online bachelor's and master's degree programs allow you to learn on the convenience, a convenient and flexible schedule at Ashford expert faculties going to teach you real world skills from real world experiences in online classes built for life's twists and turns you can learn from home or wherever you feel comfortable. You can pursue a degree in one of Ashford's sixty plus programs like Business Administration Healthcare Administration psychology twenty, four, seven access to your classrooms daily support and financial aid is available Ash Estrogen GonNa give you the tools. To go from dreaming. To doing, right. So from you gotTa have a big future gotta have big dream go out there. Ashford's going to help you accomplish it. There's no fee to apply or no standardized testing required to enroll go to Ashford dot edu slash, watch Chad, Ashford, Dot Edu, Slash Watch Chad not all programs are available in all states. The problem with these kids. First of all kids are broke, they have any money. Right there broke. So they WANNA make the world nicer in their mind using your money. And they don't have control over things. So they WANNA make the world nicer through your effort, right? That's the deal. This socialism thing is a dangerous thing. Kids are busy being young. At it should be so is your time that's gotta be spent to make the world. Nicer. That's a whole thing. They want everything to be. Nice. The World Ain't nice kids in the world eight fair so. Suck it up work hard and I. Hope You do the best you can and hope you succeed. But ain't nobody giving you anything I. Hope Not without a price. I hope now without a prize, it comes with the Big Price Tag Dana such thing is free stop at this free stuff won't free college in. Okay. Well, that ain't nothing more than a than an than extra high school diploma. Don't need to go to college forget it. They're indoctrination camps. Right and and you don't believe me. Oh. Whatever his name was wrote the anti-racist Baby. Oh. Hot Topic. So this anti-racist Baby Lisa. Takes Longtime to publish a book. Tex a time to public get a book published. This thing to pop out right now it's been sitting somewhere. They've been waiting to release this book waiting for the most opportune times a children's book, sell it at target. And get wherever it's called anti-racists baby. Which is So how to raise a baby to be anti racist right? Is that what it's supposed to be teaching you Abram Kennedy is he's a he's an author, but he is known for. Wanting to want he is he is. He's wanting people to judge other people not by their character but by the color of their skin like he is teaching racism. So he put out this children's book and it is geared towards parents who want to teach their kids how to be antiracist and but the whole book Apple Book it's basically like if you know or Ucla another child that's a caller that's not the same as yours you need to basically Yeah but it's Racist before they teach them to be antiracist sounds like exactly like Martin Luther King stood for judge a person by their character and other caller well, Abram Kenzi. His whole shtick is be a racist like he's set it in his past writings and his passbooks he wants it for the future. He wants you to be racist like his whole shtick that's his whole thing. So this book that came out. Is a baby book and like my husband's do I, we did a podcast on this and he was saying how really what this book is just like the indoctrination of. Getting into his writings like you know Abrahams writings has books are all just about how you know white people are bad and we have oppressed black people and that capitalism is bad because a white person came up with the concept like everything that we were built on like he wants to go against and tell people that yeah it doesn't matter. I mean like super great point because you could be a white guy living in a trailer park whose mother abandoned him at four months old but because you're white Ebrahim wants you know he he wants people. To look at that person as a racist cause, he's white. You know it's such a bad book to have out and I can't believe target while now I'm learning that targeted is not as woke. Yeah. Conservatives I thought but this book is everywhere and you just need to know buying the book. This is what you're getting. You're getting yourself into. There's a page in the book where it's this little black baby being held by his mother and he's trying to catch a butterfly and then but if you look at the description in the detail the book. The there's a net that's being held out on one of the pages. It's a white arm. So. Basically you're saying, don't get that butterfly that that white persons try to take that butterfly away from you with the net. It's like all insinuations throughout the book. Catching it. You don't you. Now you know I'm telling everybody you know they're all different types of ways. He's laid out this book in the pictures. That are just pushing pushing to listen to the other day. Goes into target and postseason instagram so you can't buy what you can't see. The book. Yeah I'M GONNA. Let you so much. So was this book written for white babies or for black babies I think it's written for black babies to be against white babies. That's what it S. okay. Baby's getting this book read to I got a feeling. Well, the today show did a whole interview him, and of course, they were in the bedrooms of the nurseries of a couple of white moms with their with their kids. Reading the book and a lot of people were coming at me yesterday saying, Oh, well, thanks I just made a donation to the in your name or thanks I just ordered three bucks because you. Yeah, well, that's the point I'm letting everyone know this book is out there but if you don't know who this Abram Candy Guy is and you think you're buying this book is you're trying to do something good. You want to educate your first of all. You don't need a book to educate and teach your kids the morals and the values to be a good person. You don't need a book to tell you that right? But the book came out in. July and it's already a number one seller by number one selling author and it's just there's so much in this is the guy's deal. This is what he wants. He wants to progress racism. That's his whole thing. I think your. Book Make Money He's capitalist. ged Is basically yeah. Pro Breaches. I'm telling you. They've had that book I guarantee. They've had that book I bet one hundred bucks had that book sitting on the shelf somewhere at a publisher waiting for the opportune? Time. Or come out or it's been out and they just moved it to the front. Stilling. I said yesterday our last week on. Stu. Show. where. Was the where was six months ago whereas this prior to write George Floyd I'm going to Google it I guess my whole question about all of this kneeling during the national anthem. Protests. Not The riots the protests. What's happening in all of our schools? Help me understand why someone anyone would think that that would any of this which change the heart of a true racist. Or putting your social. Slogans on the back of an NBA journalism. That ended nothing. Put Black lives matter on a basketball court. It doesn't change anything if a person is racist, they're the racist and not in that again, I'll say every single that comes in every color I said to my friends I was hanging around some friends. All please don't say black friends saying my black friends and But I did ask I said I said, you know that's it's both sides because that's the try being a girl in high school having a crush. A black guy and they were they were oh no, you weren't allowed to do that and they're right because the black girls would be like you're not taking our men. So it. Didn't look at all of them. All of a sudden thing raises is just that it's Life is life it's out there in every color. What if you're? An. Albino. Black Guy That guy there book about that I mean if you're white black guy. Mama Imagine if this book was written. By, a white by white author. If I were to put out this book in every illustration was a white baby pointing their hand or finger at a black baby like you would be it wouldn't happen but you canceled but it's totally acceptable. It's acceptable to put a book like this and this guy is getting praised and people are reviewing it like it's the best thing ever. Middle, because I want to write a book about how to deal with. Is. Going to be great. It may be race, my album y'all shut up, which was almost three weeks. The number one comedy album in America has dropped a little bit and I need you ought to go buy it or downloaded or stream it. S bump it up to number one. Okay. Number three is not good enough. Way better than antiracist baby. y'All shut up is the name of the album now that being said, grammy nominated now let's talk about. Joe Rogan has offered. To moderate the debate. Between, Donald Trump and Joe Biden. All right in four our podcast. event. I think a monumentally bad idea. Bad idea. I mean. Joe's going to be high as a kite. It would be interesting. Would we need? It would be a it would also be monumentally one of the biggest things. Media events has ever happened in the history of America. It will be huge massive I mean just incredible trump's agreed to do it. He said he would do it. We'll see be Biden's always mum's the word on all that stuff. So I didn't make it twenty minutes into that. He'd fall asleep there's no MAG. Here's the consult with three hundred people before he makes the decision. Yeah where's I must have I, my staff always carries a where's my staff, right? Hey. How much. Of the binds been compromised by the Chinese Communist regime, I want you to find out in the bombshell documentary writing the dragon exclusive on blaze TV from the directors behind the explosive Clinton cash. There is a new revealing documentary showing how for decades the Biden family has used Joe Biden's public service to line their own pockets but the alarming scandal is much deeper than public officials corruption reading the Dragon reveals how and the why the Chinese Communist Party gives Joe Son's private equity. Firm a sweetheart deal worth. Excess of a billion dollar. So I want you to go to blaze TV. Go to blaze TV DOT COM subscribe to that network that's us, get it all but you need to watch this thing you need to devour I'm telling you it is fuel and ammunition for every debate you'll ever have it's a major deal. So never miss a thing blaze TV DOT COM bareback. So. Talking about that book and I know you people, why makes us a big deal out of the book? 'cause this is the world we're living in these days. It's we've come backwards I mean down the you want segregation you want. The black community is asking for segregation. Again, they want all of this stuff you know they want the people of color community. Centers at the college campuses and stuff like that. But this anti-racist baby and I it's it's it's all it's a programming tool. It's getting in people's heads. It is teaching them. We're talking about a new normal that's what's coming out. What you're going to get what you're GONNA wind up with is. dictator regime that's going to happen and you want to say because I I've said it a million times. Nobody out there none of the groups, the `ISMs IBM or the. LGBTQ community. Not, the individuals, I'm just talking about the the the groups. Right the pushing agenda, they don't want equality they want control you said programming. Agenda that is a various assessment. Seriously that is you're absolutely right. We're just trying to repair. Right now. Girl. L. Astute you. The Kansas, what were you talking about Nazi? Germany. Going along with what Lisa was talking about with the book and the subliminal messaging an back in the day Hitler was kind of the Commissioner for film in Germany and they began. Creating these movies that showed boy scouts going out on different adventures and they would run into trouble. So an avalanche would occur and they'd have to choose which boy to save and they'd always choose the area and like blonde haired blue eyed child over the child. So they were subliminally like giving people of Germany. This message of like we favour this kind of child over the other. and kind of started that propaganda through cinema. Go you gotTa do is watch like I said the NBA near the stuff nfl I i. it's would the social media social justice messages on the court on their jerseys and all this stuff. They're making it like you should be ashamed you should feel ashamed for your skin color you were born a certain color you should feel ashamed. Well I don't. Just. Or sorry about you. But I don't you say racist things all the time you just don't even realize it. You just don't realize how you're hurting. What's No I'm not gonNA is like that black box went up in June I didn't post that. I'M NOT GONNA now? I did nothing to you. I Made Fun of that. Yeah I. Mean I publicly made fun of that and I got everybody wants to come out and say Oh racist Chad pray shut off get over it my God. I spent twenty years in Africa for crying out. Loud shut up a white box. See what happens exactly. Do said. Just change the context of any of these books from white for Gylfi the anti-racist just change that change the names and descriptions to white. No way it would not be tolerated not be tolerated. It wouldn't even probably get published. I'm GonNa read a book called Blackford Jilani. And you know what? The average person in the black community. Name binding of that crash. They're not. They're not. It's it's it's the extremists I mean it's the ones that are out there with an agenda. And and that's true. You know. So I said the other day. Well, you know the right can be just as bad as as Lee Yeah I get an. Idiot in every group. That's right. Village Idiot I. Mean we got him. We've all got him. I mean I wholeheartedly condemn any white supremacists or white nationalist or any of that stupid stuff anybody who thinks they're you know look racism? The definition of racism is is whatever someone has something withheld from them because of their skin color. Okay. So you gotta go around back to order your food. You gotta go on a separate bathroom you got to sit in a separate room to watch a movie. the that's that's racism. Something is being withheld from someone because of the simply the color of their skin that's not that's not happening in. America actually prefer to sit in a separate room to watch more momentum. used. To go over there. I still have. Popcorn. We've done these old theaters around the country. We've done this Oh theaters. Done shows there, and they still have the quote colored section where the wall was and that was. The blacks gun and it's a sad reminder. You know when you see this was a separate water found in that kind of thing. It's a sad reminder of where a miracle was. For so long think about that. You know they would have in the theaters and stuff they get the upper level and stuff in now though the upper level as a stadium is like a great place to sit and. Ask. In the clouds. No they have? To Send your email Stephen. Dot Com they had a great. Understood. That's why they're trying to go back to it. Unless they realise how good? Jim. Crow. Was Amazing. Think about sports is gladiators there forming. For Stop Talking. Stop. Love it you said a sad reminder in an a great reminder in something we must never forget. Because thank God. We we are where we are today and that's for people standing up and doing the right thing. You know. Listen to this. Across the country pampered children the overclass are taking part in the vandalisation looting and burning a businesses many of which are owned by immigrants and members of minority groups. Under the guise of championing the black lives matter movement in the nineteen sixties, Malcolm X. characterized white liberals as the most dangerous thing in the entire Western Hemisphere and now we're seeing why These privileged people, luxury beliefs, which are ideas and opinions that confer status on the upper class while inflicting costs on the lower classes. Rich, rioters burned businesses to the ground and caused chaos and streets to increase their social status among their equally fluent peers all the while climbing the fight for the underprivileged inner two thousand eighteen book political trump's you'll law professor professor amy chew of quotes a student from rural South Carolina it said I think protesting is almost a status symbol for elites. That's why they always post pictures on facebook. So all their friends and other protesting we don't like being used as a prop for someone else self validation I agree with that. Rich rioters or cultivating dangerous environments where violence confessed your compared to Americans who are more than seventy, five, thousand a year. The poorest Americans are seven times more likely to be victims of robbery seven times more likely to be victims of aggravated assault and twenty times more likely to be victims of sexual assault according to the US Department of Justice rich riders must be ignorant of such realities or maybe they hope the poor will become even more victimized than they already are listen when I'm out in La and I'm in West Hollywood and Beverly Hills and all that you have the big mansions up on the hills and all that stuff. But I mean, you know you've been out there you've seen this. Monstrosity houses that are built on stilts inside of the mountain and the hill and right down the hill you got people laying there on street. Right. I mean your homeless Problem California right there in the lap of luxury you've got people laying there in a car on a cardboard box you know and it is you have these people who pat themselves on the back as these social justice champions and they're not doing anything about it. They're the ones leading the charge the causing all this bullshit. You burn down the burn down these. Now eat like we've seen we've seen black riders go in and burned out black communities. Now we got white people going in and burning down black. I mean, wake up now that's how stupid this is. You go right anti-racists baby but you got rich rich as privilege white people that are going to go in there and burn down the same communities. And the name of be Elizabeth. Dumb this crap has gotten or they're mean of income they're tearing into and there's there's no making that used. It was stupid enough that. Blacks were going burn burned down black communities and killing their own communities. But now that you've got somebody else coming in there and doing it for you. And in most of them are white look I was in Tulsa for the trump rally. I saw the marches all the big thing saw one black guy. Black. Guy In the entire parade of the protest. So, look at all the people who are getting arrested like the anarchist's these agitators a lot of these crazy psycho white people. Look look look inbred to. Make. Ask Rossi. We're being mean today we'll be right back. So go to watch Chad Dot com for all the fun stuff is including our tour dates, Kansas City Missouri. October second and third October fourth and fifth we're going to be an Omaha Nebraska October nine and ten me in West Jordan Utah. So we had a backup Salt Lake. 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9.24.20 | More black folks are voting for Trump than the Left realizes.

"Tena No is not the same thing seen out at the Fisher House the Fisher House I know is a huge part of recovery for somebody like my husband for them to know that their family members are being taken care of that's a huge burden off of them. So they can concentrate on their therapies just having that assurance that no matter what as long as we were there for Anson that someone would be there to take care of us. Took so much weight off our shoulders. How can you help go to fisherhouse Dot Org? Did that time time time. Mocking load. Michael Berry. Show is on air. Decisions, have consequences. Friend of mine. As a sports radio show. And we were talking about San Francisco. And the forty niners teams. What has become of San. Francisco. And I made the point San Francisco used to be before we had kids my wife and I loved San Francisco. One of our favorite Chinese restaurants in the whole world is there And over on. Gearing Street. And Girardelli's square one of our favorite Jewish Delis Sarah. One of our favorite hotels the architecture warf. Bridge. Some magical about that city. Just, something magical about that city. In now. I haven't talked to anybody who's been there in forever. Nobody thinks about going to San Francisco anymore. You think about homeless people pooping everywhere needles everywhere violence. and. What's so sad about that. Is that's the result of decisions that were made. Here's another one. California's Governor Democrat gave newsom announces that he will sign an executive order that will ban the sale of gas powered passenger cars in the state. By, twenty thirty, four, thirty, five. He is signing this bill now but twenty, thirty five, you will not be able to buy a gas powered. Automobile. Passenger. Automobile. So the state that has no electricity. Is going to force you to drive an electric car. Transportation Sector in the state of California represents over fifty percent of all of the emissions forty-one percent directly related to vehicles eleven percent related to the production petroleum fuels, and we'll do that by setting forth a goal firm goal that by twenty, thirty five and the next fifteen years we will eliminate in the state of California that sales of internal combustion engines. We will move forward to green and decarbonised our vehicle fleet here in the State of California as a consequence, substantially reducing greenhouse gas emissions, as well as oxide nitrogen NOx emissions here in the state of California in. So doing will improve air quality as well as improved the economic climate here in the state of California. Not. True Not. True. People are fleeing California businesses you knew feel bad for. I feel bad for Republicans who are outnumbered there. And before you think that there aren't any trust me there are. We have a lot of listeners in California. 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Announces that they are suspending remote learning at the end of this week. The Superintendent Very wisely says kids need to be back in school and they need to be backing classrooms with professionals and we don't apologize for it Courtesy K. L. B K TV Lubbock at the end of their six week grading period. All Virtual at Roosevelt ISD will be asked to come back to campus at the end of the day our teachers are worn out. And our kids are are up there into the market. Roselle ISD currently has around eighty virtual students with seventy percent of them currently failing at least one class for one Roosevelt High School Student Logan, Bartlett bringing a virtual students back to campus is a good decision I. Guess It is good for our classes I mean they've been missing a lot of stuff. US, as we kind of hectic. Just our teachers as. 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We truly honestly feel we are advocate about our belief that kids need to be back in school and they need to be back in classrooms with professional. So. We don't apologize for. Joe Biden's campaign announced this morning that he would not be making any public statements or appearances yet. Again today it's called putting a lid on. The poor man he's lost his mind. I pledge allegiance to the United States America One Nation indivisible honor God for real is your memory starting to slip in your old age. Issue three several avenue all created by you know you know the thing? Do people notice when you say things that don't make sense as if you could. Take. You were quartermaster you can. Take care running a you know department store. Thing man. Word. And the second for the Department or is the sun's starting to set but you still have some more time on the playing field communist taking this year just since the outbreak. has taken more than one hundred year look. Here's the lives. Just. Think about it more lies this year than any other year. For the past hundred years then took to your doctor about. All a memory loss pill with liberal edge for today's modern elderly Democrat unlike the African American community with notable exceptions Latino. Community. Is incredibly diverse community with incredibly different attitudes about different things but Larkin all is a no nonsense bill that gets your brain working when you need it most. Berry. Readout. Dave. Abortion is back in the news the. The nomination of a supreme. Court. Justice expected this weekend and that's going to be an issue. The left is going to focus on. It's been the news in past David. Delighted is the. Founder. Of the Center for medical progress and you will remember the name David Leiden because in two thousand fifteen, he was responsible for the undercover video series that exposed top planned parenthood leadership negotiating the harvesting and sale of aborted fetal human body parts. It's unbelievable. I mean it's unfathomable. It is so wicked and sick. And if it hadn't been caught on video, I wouldn't have believed it. Well. Now, there is a lawsuit coming out of that and David de Liden is our guest to tell us about it David. Grateful with you. Thanks for having me. Tell us about this lawsuit. Sure so So they're so most recently on. Your some of your listeners may remember that for years planned parenthood has tried to deny the the significance of what is. What is what is captured on the undercover videos of their own top level leadership callously negotiating the harvesting and sale for the baby body parts betting in their own words that they have quid pro quo deals for baby body parts against the law that they resort to illegal abortion methods like partial birth abortion, and even sometimes describing case clear cases of infanticide where children are delivered, alive and killed through organ harvesting for experimental purposes So planned parenthood. They for for years, they were very careful with the accusations that they made about me. Publicly. Though they would. They would say to CNN or MSNBC that the videos were quote heavily edited what heavily edited me and right as I mean, there were there were too many layers of subtitles on it or something that we put on there to understand what people were were saying well, they finally they upped the ante about a year ago and they issued a press statement to media accusing the having actually fabricated and faked the undercover video and so we've responded now this at the end of the summer here with a federal defamation lawsuit against. Planned parenthood the video camera doesn't lie. The footage is one hundred percent authentic planned parenthood has even admitted. In court previously stipulated that the the worth of their own leadership that are captured on the undercover video tapes were in fact spoken by those people and their officials when sworn in under oath witness, the same and grandparents vice president communications since this prostate statement to media. Accusing me of having having manufactured and fakes video footage. So we're suing them for the nation now in federal court in New York City Federal Court we're taking it straight to the to the headquarters of PFA of planned parenthood national and planned parenthood for years has been terrified of putting issue of the truth of the undercover videos and the The the reality of what their own people are saying on those undercover videos they've been terrified of putting that issue. Under, forensic examination in a court of law. That's exactly what we're going to force them to do. Now with this lawsuit that's been filed in New York Federal Court. So that's a very big deal and we expect it to be very significant case going forward. There was also another lawsuit filed earlier earlier this year that somebody of your listeners have heard of as well and it certainly very relevant right now that you know planned parenthood was not happy. When these undercover videos were first released and they launched a multi year, long retaliatory persecution of myself and my colleagues who were also undercover investigators. The Center for medical progress they enlisted the help of their powerful political ally at the time the Attorney General of California one Kala Harris. and they enlisted the help of Communist Harrison Twenty fifteen and twenty sixteen to bring the first ever criminal enforcement of the California video recording law against a citizen journalists me for doing undercover filming I. AM obviously not the first or only person who has ever done undercover video reporting in California. undercover reporting something that is legal and widely practice in the state and local TV news journalists are filming and publishing undercover video. In California on a daily weekly basis and yet somehow because of the lobbying of planned parenthood and their special relationship with Pamela Harris I became the first person to ever be criminally charged under the California video recording lost for undercover video reporting. So it's a clear case of invidious discriminatory abuse of law enforcement powers, and we actually have edition from Harris's deputy prosecutor that the reason that I. And I alone was targeted under the law by their office was precisely because of the content of what I was publishing on the videos not because they had evidence that anybody's privacy was violated. Wasn't we filmed in crowded public restaurants where everybody could overhear like most news journalists do in California they admitted and and and they're in court filings that they did this because of the. Conscience of the videos because of the content of my speech. So they explicitly weaponized their law enforcement powers in California in order to try and punish a message that was politically dangerous and politically disagreeable for them. So it's a clear violation of First Amendment Civil Liberties. So in May, we filed a massive federal civil rights lawsuit against planned. Parenthood Comma Harris. The California Attorney General's office and others. In Los Angeles Federal Court for conspiracy to violate First Amendment Civil Rights in that case is moving forward as well So that may be of interest to your listeners as well as commonly harasses certainly seeking more public power more authority in our country higher positions of leadership her record deserves the most intense scrutiny from the public and this lawsuit is certainly part of of ensuring that. In that video. The then senior director of medical services. Dr Deborah New Katola. Says, and by the way, if you have children listening, turn it off for about two minutes because they don't need to hear this. She's talking about suggested prices per specimen of fetal tissue human tissue. Quote. We've been very good at getting heart lung liver because we know. So I'm not gonNA crush that part I'm going to basically crush below. I'M GONNA crush above and I'm going to see if I can get it all intact. When? When you walked out of there when you when you looked at that video and. You heard those words. You had to think to yourself surely wants people here this. Surely wants people here this. Will make a difference with this right? Oh. Absolutely. Not Not just seeing the video I remember what it was like sitting there. In that moment we we're at a we it was basically a business lunch that we set up with Dr Nicot Tola. At the time the top abortion doctor at planned. Parenthood national. and we we'd set up his business lunch with her to discuss harvesting and trafficking aborted baby by part something that she had told us. She was already heavily involved in at planned parenthood, Los Angeles and sort of managing for planned parenthood around the country and I. Remember when she started talking like that at lunch she had over you know we had we had over wine. And she was having Salad I was having pasta and I. Remember when she started talking you know talking like that and I thought to myself. All right. This is this is serious and I asked her a few more questions about it and it's hard their right there because I want people to fully understand the import of this we're talking to David delighted and we will continue this conversation comes. The only way to social distance. Your quarantining with the Michael Berry show we. Ourselves Talking to David Goliath. Center for medical progress and the work he did. Undercover work getting the senior director of medical. Services. Dr Deborah New CATELLA ON VIDEO In her own words. Now David go back and I kind of want to Belabor this point or I want you to Belabor it y'all are sitting in having a very civilized nice meal while she's talking about crushing human babies and selling off harvested body parts. In the United States this this is happening in the United States and the person the is that high up in in in planned parenthood, she's not a one off she's not a rogue operator. can you? Can you put that into context? Definitely, definitely settled. So we were this is in. This is the this is in we were. So we were undercover posing as a posing as a as a basically a middleman wholesaler company that wanted to purchase fetal body parts from planned parenthood, and then sell them to our experimental research clients or customers like like university scientists, different biotech laboratories, folks like that. Across the country we modeled ourselves after real life biotech startup companies that have. Cropped up in the past ten years or so here without explicit business model where they basically offer it as the middleman between between research customers, university scientists, Pharma RND departments on the one hand he wants to use the body parts experimentation and then the abortion clinics on the other hand who are the suppliers have middlemen wholesalers in the middle. So we were we were posing as the middleman wholesaler companies and we were having this this this business lunch discussion with the top abortion doctorate planned parenthood national at this beautiful high end, restaurant in in the middle of Los Angeles in Southern California. And and we basically what we we put the doctor could holy. We said, look you know here's our problem. You know our our customers are going to want the those high quality body parts. There's going to be able to need to get a lot of stem cells out of them. They're going to need them to be fresh. The cells are still going to have to have viability and So they can continue to grow and be alive and they need to not be damaged by the abortion process so. How can you? How can you help us out and doctor Doom Controller said Oh well, it's simple. You know we've been very good at planned parenthood Los Angeles of giving up getting heart and lung and liver because we know what we're looking for ahead of time they get the order list from the middleman companies ahead of time so that they know not to crush those body parts when they're going into the pregnant woman with their instruments with their forceps to rip the baby out to make sure that they don't crush. Even though they're tearing the baby out of the mother because they don't want to have a child born, but they're taking such exquisite care with where they place the forceps where they crushing where they don't so that you know they end up ripping the baby out and killing the baby, but they just don't crush the body parts that are on the order list for that day. Right. So that's what she's there and then she even intensified it. So after a few. More questions about it and I said, what else can you do and she said so when it comes to something like a brain getting the head out impact on all in one piece without being crushed, you want brain where we can actually do is look on the ultrasound and use Oltra sound guidance with the second trimester late term abortion. So that were careful where we put the forceps and we actually use the four steps to flip the baby into a feet i. into breach position, 'cause the the legs and the feet are smaller than the head. So you flip the baby on the ultrasound to seat I position with your forceps going with the forceps, pull them out by the legs, I the legs then the torso then the shoulders as that's happening, you slowly dilate the woman more because you're starting with the smaller body parts and the bigger parts of the body of the fetus, and you slowly gradually extract that way. Until at the last step, you're able to pull the entire head out all in one piece, and this is all being done to a fetus to a to a child in the womb who is still alive. So she was describing the impact extraction, the the the the the the basically ripping a Li- living child out of the mother's? WOMB. For organ harvesting specifically for brain harvesting. And then she said at the end of that description she said, and we've been pretty successful with that I'd say. At. Planned parenthood Los Angeles Southern California, that is a crime by the way. That's the crime of partial birth abortion delivering fetus alive only in order to kill the baby afterwards, that's a partial birth abortion. It's been illegal in our country for almost fifteen years. At this point planned parenthood should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law a for it. I don't know what is taking the Department of Justice. So long at this point, they'd had criminal referrals for for over three or four years now from two major congressional investigations that were sparked by these undercover videos. David were you surprised? She so wantonly spoke in that manner or had you done so much research that you knew exactly what you were dealing with because I have to tell you it's grotesque it it is. It's painful for me to hear him how can you refer to human life like this? And it is shocking. I'm truly surprised by this and very little surprises me. Yeah. I was I I. I was surprised It was it was the first time that I had heard her talk like this and yet I was you know what? What? What probably surprised me the most about it was not the not not a grotesque. Not, the not the violence of necessarily what surprises me. Is is frankly the the arrogance of of planned parenthood, the arrogance of planned parenthood leadership and of planned parenthood national that they would think that they can. They can just flagrantly regularly commit partial-birth abortions in their biggest facilities in order to sell body parts. and and they, and they think that nobody is going to hold them accountable for it and they think that they're not going to be called out for it. that that was that was was probably the most surprising and shocking things to me that the the top abortion doctor at planned parenthood was willing to just. So casually admit such grave violations in in the middle of a crowded los. Angeles restaurant. that was that was what surprised me the most that they seem to have so little. So, little care for for something that could be so So incriminating for them David, most of us just want to turn away from this and hope it goes away because it's too painful to look at but you have forced yourself. Like Echo to the fire to stay on this case doggedly and you're doing. Really important really meaningful significant substantive work and I'm glad you are thank you for being our guest David Delight in the Center for medical progress. Thank you so much for having. The Michael Berry. Show Berry. With You Out. US to see she'd on guild. Damn. Let me. To. My now the jaw in general. Laugh. Have to tell you. I know this will upset some of you and that's okay because you haven't had an independent thought on this matter since Jimmy Carter was president. This Brianna Taylor case. We don't received all the information as to what happened. And now we know that while they had a no knock warrant, they did not. But. Here's the problem as I sit. We have created a situation. Where we're putting police officers into the nanny position. Of kicking down doors. CHASING PEOPLE DOWN And creating all this animosity. And Adversity Over drugs. You realize that all these cases were about drugs. Fitting. All Floyd. You know he was arrested once before it's going to be entered into evidence. And he immediately swallowed the evidence. If we actually devoted policing. Resources. To violent crimes. If you rape a woman. No matter what we're going to hunt you down. We are going to find you. It would change everything. But instead, we've put cops into this position. That is untenable. You want to know you don't need police reform what you need. Stop the war on drugs. Now I know I know, ally my his rugs. have an independent thought just rethink it for a second and if you come to the same conclusion so be it. But just ask an officer if you have one officer in your family, just ask them what they think about this. There's a group called leap. That is former officers. who have dedicated themselves to ending the war on drugs because? It creates such a difficulty in policing such a counterproductive approach to policing and it gets ends up getting a lot of cops killed. That's that's one of the things to. You end up getting a bunch of cops killed all over drugs. You know what happens. People walk into the convenience store. And there's somebody's sitting outside the convenience store in a state of Zombie, hood, and Jerkin and. And they look filthy and they their face looks terrible and they're just out of their minds. And people without a brain go you know what? We should make that illegal? If we make that illegal, he won't do that. Are you. Kidding me. You think that guy ended up in that state. Because he thought it was legal. That's the least of his worries. So what do we do? We put criminal records on people. For trace amounts of drugs. And, then they can't they can't get a job. Nobody. Can we do this with Dwi too by the way? And then they can't get a job. and. So people that need the higher drivers for instance, can't hire drivers. You got a DWI twenty months ago. And I'm not talking about guys that are driving and kill it a bunch of people I'm talking about people who roll through stop. If we would actually stop and rethink. That Brianna Taylor case didn't need to happen. That is all about drugs. Now there are some guys that are running criminal enterprises that need to be stopped, but they're doing all sorts of other things get them for that. We got to stop this war on drugs because it has failed. It has created so many problems. Between Law Enforcement And inner city communities, it has devastated devastated the black community. Absolutely destroyed. Parts of Inner City America. And you know what you think you'd think the Democrats. Would have said what I'm saying, but they don't. They're just as bad. Clinton crackdown and do you realize? The more we cracked. down. The worst problem gets it doesn't get better. Or. Doesn't get better. It's not getting better. We've been at this since the Reagan years. Because the the reciprocal of the just say, no was we're going to kick down your door and shoot you. WE'RE GONNA kick down your door and throw you in a cage. Well, it doesn't make any sense. So you got people that are selling it. All right. You think anybody's getting drugs that don't want to get drugs. Okay, they're selling to kids see that's what they always do everything that you need to rally support for. The kids. We can't legalize marijuana Michael. Everybody'll die. Well, actually they won't actually that's not true. That's not a fact. You've been fed a line of bull. And nobody will tell you everybody. Knows it trust me everybody knows it. Michael. Just. Were if you legalize it well, if you legalize it what. What Greg Abbott people might start making decisions for themselves. Well I mean I'm just worried about the kids. Well, wait a minute. Are you worried about kids drinking? Because alcohol is legal I, mean not in Texas. But alcohol's legal. Do, you say to yourself. Well. We can't have alcohol. Well, there's enough problems with alcohol. It's not having thing ails. These are stupid positions. Do you realize they really are they're stupid positions and I will hear from people You really man I like you. You know you need to stick to politics I mean you I heard you today you. Won't. By. Beyond. Why don't you stop having independent thoughts just one. Just one town actually stop to think about it. Let's imagine a world. Where we don't crackdown on this. While we don't crack down on the illegal trucks. What happens then? Then what do we do? Well guess what? The value of the illegal drug trafficking. Is that it's illegal. So. If you're in the industry. You take extra risks that most people won't. The. Result of the risk and the diminished supply is the price goes through the roof. As the price goes through the roof you get rich, which is which enables you to arm your buddies all around you with illegal guns and defend yourself. And that's what all the gang wars are about. WHO GETS TO SELL THE DRUGS ARE WE WINNING We're putting police officers in harm's way every single day. We're putting police officers in harm's way. And police officers are having to go out into war zones every day. We've been at this for forty years now. House the war on on drugs coming along. If if you were to rate this war on drugs, how are we doing? Are we making any headway? Have have we gained any turf? Because what I see. Is a whole bunch of prisons. Filled to the Gill. And Not enough law enforcement to investigate murders, rapes and the light. Time time. Can Lewd. Michael Berry show is on the air. Darker, Roger McIntyre our guest. He's the director of the Depression and bipolar support alliance DB Essay. He is CEO of ultimate clinic system that works on Alternative Mental Health Treatment and these professor of psychiatry and Pharmacology at the University of Toronto. And he's been talking about the fact that this pandemic, the economic insecurity, the stress over the election all of these things are creating in a terrible way what he's calling the perfect storm for a long running mental health crisis Dr McIntyre, can you speak to that? That'd be happy to speak to you. You're correct in a number rating that. That triple threat, not just of the public health crisis but the economic crisis and this mental health crisis and what is in fact encapsulating all of this Is. Malignant uncertainty uncertainty on the health front on certain information we receive economic uncertainty political uncertainty and I can keep going uncertainties than the theme of the day and when all of us as individuals and society are faced with this level of stress it doesn't surprise anybody that we've seen rates of mental illness and now in fact, rates of people reporting suicide that we just have not seen anywhere in our history books. and. Let's let's take those triggers stressors one by one you talk about America living in a fight or flight mode before we get one by one to those triggers, talk about the release of Cortisol and what this does long term to kind of fatigue the system. Well. It's a great starting point and you're highlighting cortisol. In for all the listeners, cortisol is one of many chemistries that we to as stress chemistry in other words. Are Not stress or abnormal stress cortisol among others is affected. And what we can expect in this situation is that people in fact who are exposed the uncertainty as I described the team as well as the three areas that we just enumerated. People are exposed to chronic stress. Now, all of us are exposed to stress it extracts not necessarily a bad thing sometimes stress. Before an exam performance stresa for certain events and life is what would be expected in helps your performance. What's not good is when the stress is chronic especially when it's chronic. And it's uncertain when it's going end, what happens is is with chemistry like Cortisol and other so-called stress chemistries. In situations where individuals are exposed to chronic and uncertain stress and actually becomes very abnormal. How begins to signal somebody saying well, okay. Well. So what what does that mean these chemistries I'm a person well, what that means is that when he's chemistries are out of sorts, which is the case with chronic. Uncertain stress that leads not only to depression. Anxiety. Post traumatic stress, but also lead to heart disease. Obesity diabetes. And most people in this area are concerned that not only is mental illness on the way up. Thanks to this terrible situation but a whole host of what we call. Communicable. Diseases like Cardiovascular Disease Obesity Diabetes Today Matthew are also increasing. This can be all explained. Why some of these stress chemistry's. Like Cortisol. Well, you you add to that the fact of the constant injection of bad news into people's lives through this hype of the twenty four hour news cycle. You know you talk about the recent poll by Ino RC C. at the University of Chicago that says, Americans are the unhappiest they've been in fifty years and you say. We shouldn't be surprised at all. I'm not because you know this comes down to risk and resiliency in other words. Life is full of its bumps and bruises and how we navigate that is by having resiliency. It is a fact that coming into this pandemic, there was an epidemic of problems epidemic of loneliness I'll epidemic of unhappiness and that's compromising our resilience. Only further enhancing the risk. As the associate with this current situation we're in. So people fat talk about the pandemic. Absolutely. But this pandemic was prefaced by an epidemic of loneliness and unhappiness which has undermined our resiliency. Along with that which are looking at now from what we're hearing hearing about second wave, we're hearing about uncertainty when the vaccines available. This is only resulting in a chronic situation, and again we have three injuries here. One is the. The pandemic. The second is, what is this the loneliness and they? on happiness, and thirdly is this uncertainty of the future. Those are all very different they overlapped. They formed this combustible mix and this is what we're looking at right now. You talk about narcissistic injury of economic insecurity. Win Person cannot provide for themselves and their family when they have this lingering fear of any e inability to to cover their bills, how that is a unique situation and you use the term narcissistic injury can you speak to that? That'd be happy to have. You picked up on that because we've been hearing about job loss in some sectors more than other were reassured by some of the return of some of these jobs. It's anyone's guess right now whether we're going to be seeing v-shape W. Shape Allah shape you. SHAPE. Down what they call the K. shaped economic recovery. Anyway, I, don't know where we're going to end up but we do know is there's been a lot an issue with economic insecurity. In fact, the Harvard Chan School of Public L. reported just two weeks ago that in America's four largest cities. NEW YORK HOUSTON CHICAGO IN LA sixty percent of respondents said, they are under tremendous stress to pay their bills. So, having a job is not just simply about having a paycheck that's relevant for security. But it's also about a sense of identity, a sense of self efficacy. A sense of structure and then for many people, it's also the primary source of social connectedness. Job. Is Not just getting a paycheck and when you lose your job, it's an injury to your sense of who you are. In terms of your of advocacy. As. well as your sense of countries by the way as a parenthetical statement, this is one of the hazards of universal basic income when it's provided or people staying at home, you're not giving people the opportunity to have a sense of self efficacy having a job. And I want to talk about our Dr Roger Mac. Roger McIntyre coming up. Peak on Washington. Head Scrub, scrub, scrub scrub. There you go. That's right now we're just washing our hands of lies and fake news around here. You're the one as we scrub your ears with more of the Michael Berry. Hill. Our guest is Dr Roger McIntyre. He's the director of the Depression and Bipolar Support Allowance Allowance Alliance. He's the CEO of Ahmed, a clinical system that works on alternative, mental health treatments, and he's professor of psychiatry and Pharmacology at the University of Toronto. Dr. Mike Antar we were talking about as went to break You know it seemed like you're calling for an opening of the economy because this. Is seriously affecting people's mental health. Is that what you're saying I'm asking for really a three pronged strategy and a three prong strategy is a derivative upheld the World Health Organization defines health. It's defined as physical health. Mental Health and social health you can't have health must have all three. and. So in keeping with that definition. We need to, in fact, have a approach to the economy opening it up, and we're seeing this in many many parts of Europe which has been very intelligently directed by the way where there's respect for all three of these other words people are wearing masks. People are respecting the hygiene rules and recommendations the three CS where a mass where it's crowded, it's closed or you're in close contact. This is common sense that's called physical health. And then with that, you need to have physical healthy to be alive, and then in fact, you need to recognize birthday determinative of social health and mental health and one of which is the economy. So when this whole situation started, we were in emergency measures we had to shut down the economy. We just recently discovered that those countries that shut down the economy, the fastest they're actually seeing the lowest rates of mental stress. So shutting down the economy was a good thing it's good for your physical health it's good for your mental health. But we need to now begin to intelligently in an evidence based way open economies ready. That is balancing. It's like spending three plates on three different bamboo poles. Have your physical health, your mental health social. So we hit US Open the economy. It has opened the economy and those areas that are able to in fact, keep the infection rate low where people will respect the public health recommendations and begin to provide economic sustenance for people. Now, we're talking about the general population though it's just one size fits all. This pandemic is. Some groups more than others, women especially poor people racial groups like. African. American population. And we're GONNA talk this for a long long time. So I think that we need to have recognition of the sub groups that are most at risk in have guidance that respects the subgroups are especially suffering during this time what do you recommend for people who recognize that either they or someone they love seems to be suffering you know you talk about increased suicide risk of the One percent rule for everyone, percent unemployment goes up suicide. t seems to kind of correlate and and that one percent as well. What are some of the signs that people might see what can be done obviously getting a health care professional involved is one but one of some of the things that people can do to sort of self remedy this and an open the drapes and get some sunlight. Recognize it's a major issue it starts with being recognizing or you know being contemplated about this people are not doing well, and if you have loved ones or friends or colleagues who are becoming more withdrawn, more distant, not communicating with you or worse articulating thoughts of. Self harm or have recently gone out and bought a weapon or some type of very lethal means I. Mean I should raise obvious red flags I. Think People should be aware of the fact that there are resources hospitals are open they have psychiatric emergency in hospitals. There's community clinics There's also a variety of support groups that are available online like the DB Essay. Now, you're in an emergency situation, go to your -mergency room, but you're looking for support. You could go to websites like the DB. Essay website is excellent website vise resources and also groups peer support groups across the country and I think that it's something we need to recognize that this is a major problem during this pandemic, we're asking people do you have the sniffles? Are you coughing? Do you have a temperature? Let's good. Those are good questions to ask I'd also ask how you doing are you are you know what not to and you? Know what your future plans now, we're not asking people to be you know psychiatry. I date experts just ask them just to be human and as colleagues touching base. If you have any concerns, help your colleague or your friend or your loved one, go to a local emergency room for an assessment and there are treatments that can help people. There's a whole variety of treatments being developed, and there's a lot of interest in helping people in this twelve psychiatric first aid. Will I know? It's real. I speak for. PTSD FOUNDATION OF AMERICA WE LOSE OVER Twenty Veterans Day who come home and there are triggers to their condition, but we're seeing that in the general population as well and I don I just don't think it's healthy when people are tied to a news cycle twenty, four hours a day they're getting on their phone and everywhere else they're not leaving it and they're being told that every single political issue of every single day is livered I. I I just I think that that level of fatigue on the system is very, very unhealthy for the country. Well I would say a man to that and We just finished a study in. Asia. where the bottom line was portion control we found that people who spent more time on social media more time watching twenty four hour cable TV news media were more likely to report anxiety, stress, insomnia, and depression, and so portion control UC means food and booze portion control also means. Limit Your time on these Pornos, especially with the endless reel of negative, and also what the World Health Organization calls the Info damage. There's a lot of nonsense on there a lot of misinformation and so on. Inside doing anyone who service being totally immersed in that twenty four hours a day. In this constant outrage, it is complete and constant hours I. Don't know if you've seen this new net flicks. Documentary called the social dilemma but they talk about how what what used to scare us was the television because it's piping into the home and people are falling asleep to it and not disconnecting from it but the television does not Becca new the way the phone does with beeps and this and that and check in, and here's this and and so I think it's very hard for some people to disconnect from that in what we know and what you know better than anyone is there this is very unhealthy. The human brain has to rest for a minute. There's no question and you know it's a conversation which has started long before the pandemic raise its ugly head, and that is the effect on our mental health and wellbeing by being constantly on our phones and and there's no doubt about it was faith with the phones have been fantastic for humanity and fantastic in so many different ways. But you know things come with unintended consequences and we talked about loneliness earlier there's a whole literature now in the Scientific Committee showing that people who spend excessive amount. Of Times on on social media on their phone on various digital connections are individuals more likely to reports depression anxiety loneliness. So might say, well, what came first the chicken or the egg here because don't people who are feeling that way spend more time on those platforms the answer's yes it goes both ways. But the point being is that there's an interesting neuroscience literature that shows that the more time you spend on the phone more time on these platforms begins to change the way your brain is wired. In, other words, your brain's wiring system is very plastic, which means it's changing all the time very I. It it it. If you go to the gym, you work out your muscles, it begins to strengthen. Well, when you're on these on these digital devices, it's working your mental musculature and in some cases ways, you don't want it to be and it's changing the way the brain functioning and we're going to be learning a whole lot about this more in the next five to ten years. But there are in fact, now consequences that is some people. Now report difficulties in sustaining their attention after spending lots of time on their phone no surprise the the phone. Is a great device those who can't pay attention and it seems to foster that. So I think we we're. We're we're really in fact in a new world. Now, this is the so called digital revolution, and you know just like every revolution, the the the the agricultural revolution, the Industrial Revolution now, the digital revolution, there are consequences to humanity and the consequences we're gonNA need to think about is, what's the effect on our brain with the fact on our sense of humanity and connectedness, and if you're spending excessive amount of times on these devices I, think you're really walking into some very dangerous territory with respect to some of the negative consequences well as my. Tiger Mom Indian wife says to my teenage boys, go outside and get some fresh air and put those silly things down and stop staring at him like zombies good advice from Dr Roger Mcintyre you are a great guest I. Hope you'll come back and talk about this important issue with us again I delighted thanks for covering this topic. All right. Southern Fried Southern Fried Michael Berry. Show A lie. I don't have the luxury to worry about frigging Rove's week I'm too busy trying to keep my family. For the first time in my life I actually see a way out. Just, that little bit of hope is enough for me to have a fire in my belly bow freaking. Charts game world man if by guessing office. Man. I'm voting for my family. And I'm voting for black people like me trying to do the same damn thing I'm one of those men had. Long. Awful. They seem for this campaign season on our show has been that people can no longer be told how to vote they might be gay or young, or a woman, or an emigrant, or Hispanic, or black, or any other number of people who were told before that you're required to Democrats and people are seeing the light and saying, no I get. To vote for who I want to vote for one of the guys who led the charge all the way back in two thousand sixteen, which seems like a long time ago, and it was in many ways they've been such vast changes in this country because some people were bold enough to stand up and say, don't tell me how to vote I get. My own vote and I'm going to cast it. As I want, terrance Williams is a popular social media commentator actor, comedian successful entrepreneur, and in two thousand sixteen. He first came to our attention with a facebook live video that made him. One of the most recognizable voices in this country for Donald Trump has been on Hannity Greg Gut failed more important on. This show and he's a featured comedian on the deplorable store as got a book coming out from the foster. House to the White House hardcover. It's terrance Williams and we're happy to have you sir welcome back. Thanks for having me on. It's been a whirlwind ride hasn't it? Last? Four years have been have they been kind of good for Terrance Williams? Man You know what? The last four years have been kinda good for America. Well said my man well said. So. Tell me about this book. Also, you know this book is about a it's this book. I wrote the book to motivate into inspire is I was You know raising a broken home my mother was addicted to crack cocaine. She had nine children. By six different guys and of course, they were not in the picture at all and she couldn't take care of alone and being on and being addicted to crack cocaine. So she ended up you know losing to the system in getting her right. Taken away and I went to the hospital care system be four hours in kindergarten and I lived in children shelters, and bouncing from home to home and if until. Fifteen years old and I was adopted but it was pretty rough going through all of that. You know I went through so much. But my faith in God got me through all of that. And despite me going through all those troubles and growing up piss for I made it all the way to the White House man so i. Literally went in from the Foster House to the White House, and that goes to show that the American dream is real You know to go from not having a table to eat at sitting at the table with the president of the United States of America you know it shows that the American dream is real and I want to remind everybody that dream is real and I hope to inspire and motivate foster kids from all over the world I mean anybody that facing any. Challenges and most definitely I want to inspire people to adopt into foster. Be pro-life we cannot say women that is a child inside of you We understand you may not be able to raise that child. So let's as a society find ways. If we don't do that I, mean it strikes me that we should be pro-life after babies are born and not just before they're born. Exactly and people also need to give older children a chance to when they do. Decide to foster adopt because a lot of people they only want to adopt a baby, an infant, Kotler but what but what about that twelve year old? What about that? Thirteen year old that is still a child and they meet somebody to believe in them and somebody to help them believe in in themselves and they need love just just just like a two year old that twelve your own these love to you know so many older ones that are not being paid attention to and I think you know as Americans. We you know we should all step up and help are children they don't have homes. You know. When the Challenger crashed January twenty, eighth nineteen, eighty, six President Reagan that night spoke it was supposed to be the the state of the Union address but he spoke to the nation that night and he said the astronauts had slipped the surly bonds of earth to touch the face. Of God I'm never forget that land and I will tell you when I talked to people who have fostered children I see people who have who represent to me the face of God. There is nothing but goodness in them and by the way Amy Barrett. Coney. Coney Barrett an individual with with a background in that and and Michele Bachmann in Minnesota but I I have come to know people we've had him on the show of met people who have fostered children over the course of time and one thing you find, they never foster one child. It's so changes their life that they say, you know what I don't know if we can afford it. I don't know if we have enough time but I know that I wanna do everything possible to change this world and that's how you do it. Yep exactly you know those are the real. American. Heroes and you know in a family who adopted me they already had children and they didn't have much money at all like they could. You know they had enough money to put clothes on my back and to feed me but they didn't have like they were not rich at all. You know was one of the parents were not like they were not even working at the time one of them was just going to school. I mean. So it was like you know it was still a struggle but they but you know what they had in their heart to to steal adopt because they knew that they could take care of a child. They might not have riches and you know the you know but you don't even richest the takeover jail you know if if if you can beat if. You can afford to feed that out and you can afford for that child to be under your roof. Then why not and they did it you know a sacrifice a few dollars and say, you know what we can afford to take care of this boy and I really appreciate that because they didn't have to you know but the bank was that he did it. was just such a blessing and I've met all kinds of foster parents out there. I'm meet and they they spend their whole life having kids all in their home and they wanna they wanNA adopt them all but they, but is it possible? You know I mean it's just impossible to adopt a mall but sad that they that people have to take in like. Four three kids, five kids because nobody else wants to kids. You know it's like we all step up as Christians in this country or whatever, and just let me just as Americans in and step up. Let's take care of the kids. You know we'll continue our conversation with terrance Williams his book will be on October. Fifteenth from the Foster House to the White House. This is the Michael Berry show and We are talking to terrance Williams man of many hats. He he was thrust onto the national stage based on facebook live video. He did in two thousand sixteen. He dared to be different a black man who said I'm for Donald Trump and could tell you why and the harder they hit him and the more they insulted him the more he laughed and made others laugh laughter really is the best medicine and liberals are humorless. They can't laugh at themselves or anything else terrance Williams makes people laugh. He's been a featured comedian on the deplorable tour. He's our guest in his book from the Foster House to the White House we'll be out October fifteenth and I would encourage you to buy it. Terrence I gotTa tell you. I've been very inspired. It's it's been a cause of mine since I ran for office twenty years ago and had a larger percentage of the black vote than anybody ever seen a Republican get in a city of Houston election. I was elected citywide in the seat Sheila jackson-lee Usta hold and I've always said stop pandering to people based on what you think they want based on their race and go after their hearts and their heads with good policies. And you'll be surprised, you will get more votes among different groups that you don't think you can get votes from then you would imagine and I gotTa. Tell you I have been very inspired when I saw the RNC and the list of folks you know we we've spoken to Wesley Dear, friend of mine WHO's running for Congress here in the seventh Congressional district who happens to be a Republican. And who happens to be black? He's an Apache pilot war pilot fifty, five combat missions went to West Point as did his sisters fathers a twenty three year veteran. I see some great things for America because I see more and more black folks saying I don't care what anybody says I get to choose my vote and if they vote Democrat so be it but I see more black folks saying I'm not going to let anybody else tell me how I have to vote because of my skin color do you see that? You know what? I agree like you know all this pandering fat I it must have you know telling people what they would. You'd think they wanna hear. No, you need to focus on what people need. and. Not what you think they won't do here. You know it's all about policy and actually do something because most of these people who they don't really do anything at all you know they are just all talk no action, the people who are all talk no action at all and that's why I. Like President Donald J trump because he does not pander to the minority community he does not pander one bit at all but would he do is is he do back flips and cartwheels for? The black community he goes out of his way I mean this man has done so much. He's a champion for the minority community before they Chinese virus or ruined our economy I mean it demolished our economy president. So before that black unemployment was at historic low all time low numbers people never seen before it was. So it was like low low low and We had a first black president who didn't who didn't even get down to those numbers I mean in the. Black community but president trump has the black people. Then all first black president, which is crazy Look what he did for their Hvac us they the Hvac College, they banned Obama, they said Obama, we're Totta Braskin for funding. Can you give us? Can you just make it to where we don't have to come up print? Ask an Obama would not do it but guess what president trump did fact H. B. C. You is receiving more funding than they ever received before and they don't have to. Come back and knock on the White House door anymore they will just continue to get it president trump. Did you look at the black black poverty, but then an all time low before Kobe nineteen ruin our country I mean the Chinese virus. So Chinese nineteen before he got a country and look at the first step, act free over thousands and thousands of black people from from prison. It's like a reversal of of of of Bill Clinton's nineteen, ninety, four bill and. That bill was that bill was endorsed by Joe Biden he sponsored that bill and. So president trump is doing so much I mean I can go own it on I. I should have I should have wrote this stuff down because it's too much to remember the man has done so much just a little just in his first thirty days he did a lot. I was like I can't keep up with this. You know I keep with his he he he's leaning dental much turns. Let me ask you a question. You have been very bold and very public and you support the president. I have a number of of guests friends who will tell me that other blacks will say to them if they're you know they're angry at them for so publicly supporting trump but talk about some of the people who've been inspired by your support and your willingness to speak out because I think more folks are supporting trump than are willing to admit it on that side of town. Oh Man. Let me tell you The silent majority is real. You know people people are not speaking out because the climate the split climate is so toxic. You know people are scared to speak out because they will be vilified and crucified on national TV and then public these these people when you speak out and you so you support for president trump. They are such a bunch of thugs and bullies I mean these people are they have mafia mentality they will come for you just for thinking outside the box you know like they will put your hands on the state for thinking outside the box. So people don't want to have their livelihood ruined because some loony liberal can't accept the fact that someone is open for trump. So people. Are, just going to go and vote for him violently and I think president trump is going to be surprised about the amount of support. He's GonNa get in November he I don't think he even realized like the numbers they think they're gonNA be way hired. They're going to be like, wow, hold on. We didn't affect that Oh lord hold on we did not expect those kind of numbers. When they see those numbers, they're going to claim he cheated. That's The cheated you know, and that's why I said we you know the National Guard must they must wait the these cities throughout the states on election day because when he win I, think people are GonNa riot and loot, and they are going to do it ten times harder than it than they did it with George Floyd is going to be. So. Literally bonkers going to be crazy I think you're absolutely right terrance Williams. You're a great guest. We'd love to have you back my friend the book drops October Fifteenth from the Foster House to the White House I. Love It. Thank you. Thank you. A group of DAD's we end the story with this with this Upbeat News, a group of Dad's tackle and detain a registered sex offender accused of peeping at a teen girl in the bathroom the story comes to us from W. S. P. A. in Spartanburg. South Carolina according to the solicitor's office. This man Douglas Lane was looking at a fifteen year old who is using the restroom inside the cracker barrel. The victims saw his head under the stall then ran out of the restroom and told her dad happened the Victims Dad said. He asked a female employees to check the bathroom when the employees found lane and one of the stalls she told him to get out. That's when there was a confrontation between Lane and the victims dad police say lane trying to get away but a group of parents helped attain him in the parking lot until police arrived lanes phone was found on the bathroom floor and he's been charged with voyeurism but this isn't his first time. Lane is a registered sex offender and has been charged at least eight separate times for peeping before this incident. I would do. I'll be afraid of what I would do. And I do not. Judge Pants what they did nothing. You got what he's there for sure danger to the community especially to minor are lane received a cashier bond of two thousand dollars and will be put on. GPS. For Monitoring. Same tall is not the same thing as saying that at the. Fisher. The Fisher House I know is a huge part of lanes recovery for somebody like my husband for them to know that their family members are being taken care of that's a huge part off them so they can concentrate on their therapies. Just having that assurance that no matter what as long as we were there for Anson. That someone would be there to take care of us. It took so much weight off our shoulders out. Can you help go to fisherhouse DOT ORG

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The Epstein Conspiracy

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The Epstein Conspiracy

"Why can't we have other doctors to examine this up topsy. Why can't we have that model. Who did the autopsy <hes> who was the medical examiner dr bill clinton who dr ted bundy. Who did the medical exam. That's all i wanted to know. That's all i want to know and if you you really believe epstein die from suicide then i guess the founding fathers are jim carey. Tom arnold shaun king al sharpton often and michael moore. That's terrance williams the flaky actor and comedian whose tweet implying that convicted sex offender jeffrey epstein's death from hanging in in a manhattan jail cell was the work of bill and hillary clinton was re tweeted by president donald trump williams as you can tell from that clip is is unrepentant about his suggestion that the clintons are implicated in murder. His tweet of that video came with the hashtag. The clintons can't bully us and that foul l. play could well be the cause of epstein's death and trump for his part is unrepentant about re tweeting williams calling him quote a very highly highly respected conservative pundit who is quote a big trump fan and by the way has a half a million followers on twitter. It was yet the latest latest example the president's indulgence of wild conspiracy theories now a recurring theme in american politics. How dangerous and poisonous is all this. We'll we'll discuss with the author of a fascinating new book about conspiracy theories and we'll delve into the latest developments in the epstein saga. It's a case in which the evidence shows no support for the death by murder conspiracies floated by our president but which nonetheless raises many tantalizing questions questions will explore on this episode assode of skulduggery because people have gotta know whether whether or not their president's a pro bowl. I'm not crop. I told the american people i did not trade arms for hostile my heart to my best intentions still tell me that's true but the facts and the evidence tell me it is not i did not have sexual relations with that one. There will be no lies. We will honor the american people with the truth and nothing else. I'm michael issacov's chief investigative correspondent for yahoo news and i'm dan kleinman editor in chief of yahoo news so you know since we took a few weeks off on vacation vacation there a few things happened in the news that we didn't get a chance to explore on skulduggery just going down the list. <hes> jeffrey epstein's suicide side trump's tweet about it suggesting that the clintons might have been behind it the mass shootings in dayton and el paso trump's trump's proposed purchase of greenland and his proclamation suggesting on twitter that he is the king king of the jews lots of material to dissect well first of all for the benefit of those people who are only listening to this podcast and we're not washing on video. It's a coffin. I came back from our respective. Vacations with beach beards this lots of hair. I thought maybe you you know the change in our look maybe that would presage some change in our president's behavior president in our political culture but i guess that hasn't happened yeah. Yeah it was a crazy yeah yelled series of events there and but actually the i mean a lot of ways the craziest. The staff was <hes> was just right around the time we were getting back. Which is the greenland story and and that one you know that story. I mean that's sort of in some choice. That's kind of a light entertaining funny story. Although it not to the dan is in many diplomatic crisis but the one that really got me was his suggestion that jews are disloyal for not supporting the republican party and supporting donald trump up at first when he tweeted or said that he was ambiguous about dis- loyal to who or what he was suggesting you disloyal to israel israel but he didn't say the same as the standard antisemitic canard disagree with either way. I think it's a corollary to that classic antisemitic trope because what he's saying essentially is if you're a jew. You have to be lockstep. Step with israel's policy remember. This is the president who when he was addressing the republican jewish coalition earlier this year referred to everyone on there as for the israel as your country early. He said your prime inside minister bb netanyahu. This is an audience of american citizens sui addressing and saying that your prime minister has said you know different things whatever but it's just the the way trump thanks amine. He thinks in these stereotypical terms in which everybody is put into your given a label and given an identity yeah often based on their race or ethnicity. There's a there's a archie bunker quality to how he sees and you know how we we see people in sort of tribalize ways with all these stereotypes and i think the one point address was at some other jewish organization and we talked about how you guys are so oh good at making money or whatever was yeah so yeah. No trump is i mean his archie bunker in the white house. There's no question about it and if you have any doubts about about that go back go on youtube and just watch old episodes of all in the family in which you will see donald trump's political philosophy sophy just laid out in the words of <hes> of archie. <hes> leans right malania is decidedly not edith though <hes> <hes> yes. I do remember that's right no. She's not all right so we wanna talk about epstein today on this show oh because we all had the same reaction when we heard that he was allowed to commit suicide to hang himself himself in his jail cell the idea that the most high profile defended probably in the american judicial system at that that moment could be left alone to do it is just staggering. It is and you know it's interesting. We've talked a lot about bill bar on this show the attorney general who's who's a very tough guy and he's been criticized a lot and he always has an answer. He always seems totally confident. He's smarter mortar than most of the members of congress who are after him and this is the one time where i think i i i would say that he seemed rattled but he certainly felt felt he had to get out there really fast at acknowledged that this was a huge huge fuck up right and that he was going to have to deal with this is something that happened on his his watch as head of the justice department and you know i think he recognized immediately that he had the ultimate responsibility here. You're for correcting what went wrong yeah. The other reason that we're interested in epstein obviously is because of the conspiracy theories that the suicide right and let's call it a suicide fueled you know instantly and this idea and by the way some of these conspiracy theories were on both sides you know there were the people who came came out quickly and said that <hes> suggested that the clintons were behind this just another another addition to the body the clinton monte ken body count but you did hear people raising questions about whether trump might have been involved right bill bar or or bill bar and it it raises a lot of really important. I should point out just for not to feed conspiracy theories out there but you know it's always fascinating those little oddities that do due bars father was the head of the dalton school that hired jeffrey epstein as a teacher and then he later went on after his days as attorney general bill bar to the law firm of kirkland and ellis which was the the law firm of ken starr and jay lefkowitz former white house domestic adviser under george bush who helped engineer that that sweetheart deal that epstein got from the right well conspiracy theories are conspiracy theories are about narratives and dot connecting the hypothesis that what might have happened then. It's easy to start connecting. Dots that seem to support the theory. That's that's it's what happens when i think about the this kind of age of conspiracy theories in the united states and of course it's not new. I mean there've been conspiracy. Theories going back to the founding fathers <hes> but you know there are a lot of differences social media ability to spread the ability for conspiracy theories to move into the mainstream of course a president who kind of pathologically dabbles fuels them but you know when i was a foreign correspondent for newsweek and i was in the middle east reporting from italy. I was in these countries where you know. Conspiracy theories were just everywhere. I mean it was just you know. In in the middle east everything was spawned a conspiracy theory and in italy the <hes> also and i always said to myself. You know it's crazy. I mean this doesn't happen. In the united states you know the exists but it doesn't dominate the political culture and so what is it about and i won't want it. What was it about those places and you know it was weak. Political institutions repressive governments no no no trust in the leaders you know media that was dominated by by the government and sure enough things are happening in this country so there are parallels allows. The other thing is it's important to say is that sometimes there actually were conspiracies and <hes> there is a danger frankly of going too far in the other direction direction dismissing everything a conspiracy conspiracies well well. I'm i'm actually thinking about the the italian example because giulio andreotti was is the seven-time prime minister postwar prime minister of italy and you know in italy governments lasted by the way one just fell for six months but italian governments were in power. I think on average of for ten months and then the coalition would fall apart and you'd have a new government andreotti was became prime minister many or most of those times because the sicilian mafia delivered the sicilian cillian vote to the christian democratic party that was the difference so the mafia backed andreotti and there was a story when i was living there about how andreotti had secretly gone to sicily and met with toto riina the boss of bosses and kissed his ring and you know. I don't know if that happened there. It wasn't a picture of it but it is demonstrably true that the mafia back tim politically and so some conspiracies are real. Did you write this story. Yeah i did a lot of people wrote that okay yeah. Emily also reminds me of my days covering the drug war in south america where the drug cartels were totally penetrated the colombian government the mexican government and had <hes> high level <hes> officials right up to the very top stop. It's payroll these things happen. You know in countries where the institutions are really weak and where criminal organizations nations can penetrate the government because you don't have strong rule of law. You don't have a strong press you you know all of these different factors and that is a significant part of. I think what's at risk in in our country over time. Could we become more like that well. It seems like we already are art but let's get to the facts of the app epstein case just to start out here and <hes> we've got a good guest to start the discussion with luther and we are now joined by l._a. Hoenig former assistant u._s. us attorney in the southern district of new york who knows a thing or two about <hes> <hes> conditions at m._c._c. The jail where jeffrey epstein died died l. e. welcome to skulduggery. Thank you for having me guys so look a lot of conspiracy theories swirling around what happened into jeffrey epstein a lot of legitimate questions that are still out there. Give us your take on where things stand right right now with the jeffrey the now investigation into jeffrey epstein's death yeah so i i think based on the reliably publicly reported facts yeah. It does look pretty clearly like suicide now. It looks like we're we're dealing with some serious organizational ineptitude negligence inexplicable negligence but unfortunately that is sort of part of life within the bureau of prisons within the metropolitan correctional center the m._c._c. here in manhattan which i know and have spent a lot of time in now. I don't see that as an excuse. I think there needs to be some serious. Accountability here both on the line level the m._c._c. level but all the way up the chain including up to and including the attorney general how this could've happened. How could they have lost jeffrey epstein. How could they have lost the top priority. I think most sensitive highest profile single inmate that they had at that time. There's a lot the questions that need to be answered but it's clear deejays digging in digging in hard now right and we've got evidence very new evidence here that there's actually it criminal investigation going on into what happened to jeffrey apps right and that's the subpoenas being issued which is to me significant because it tells me they're looking at something beyond just the inspector general is gonna come in and sort of do an autopsy so to speak but do a recreation ride report and here's here's our findings. That's one one thing that's probably happening but the fact that they're subpoenas issue tells us for sure subpoenas to who to reportedly to about twenty different people who work within the m._c._c. see and the bureau of prisons wants to crime so right whatever you issue a subpoena as a prosecutor first of all that means there is a criminal investigation if there's by definition grandeur grand jury subpoenas and when you're a prosecutor and you fill out a subpoena. There's a blank on there. Saying what crime are you investigating. You have to fill that out so i am very interested to see the actual subpoenas now prosecutors prosecutors sometimes about that and so we try to list sometimes the most generic or nonspecific crime possible this three seventy one which just means conspiracy which could be anything but in this case i mean based on the reporting publicly. It does seem there's been reporting that some of the personnel within the b. o. p. within the m._c._c. made false statements. Perhaps lied instead. They were were conducting checks. Every thirty minutes they were supposed to but apparently reportedly they were not documents but presumably lied because they were covering up embarrassing conduct part not conspiracy murders that sort of thing i mean we we know the washington post reported that there were what eight corrections officers who had been instructed to make sure that jeffrey epstein was not alone in the salvage was after the first attempted suicide and that didn't happen yeah i think the most likely scenario is exactly that you had some corrections officers who may be literally fell asleep on the job or figuratively and then when they were interviewed about it in the immediate wake of the breath lied and said we did the checks as reported every so often when in fact it's probably fairly readily provable from surveillance video inside the jail that they didn't so if i had to guess what the crime is i would say thousand one prosecutors called one thousand one false state these subpoenas ever issued for also for not solely but in addition possibly for optics the reasons the things i'm wondering about is whether attorney general bar bill barr who clearly was embarrassed by all of this was to show that they are aggressively investigating dan as a prosecutor. You're not supposed to issue subpoenas just to make a statement but you certainly are aware of. If we issued the subpoena it can or maybe will leak get out there to the public and then the public will know where on this and i will say bill bar and the southern district have made a point i think since jeffrey epstein's death of stressing to the public we are on this. I mean they. They've gave me some fairly aggressive. Statements bill bar made that speech a couple a day or two after where he was. He's called it. An appalling called on angered tried to distance himself alphabet more than appropriate but he said very clearly the co-conspirators here. The people who worked with jeffrey epstein should not rest easy and the southern district issued a statement the day after the death saying this is a conspiracy conspiracy case. Our work continues so i think they've gone and the f._b._i. Coincidentally or not we don't know but a couple of days after went into the search warrant down in the virgin islands on epsteins private so was it preplanned for that day or did they expedite it who knows but d._o._j. Does seem to be going out of its way to reassure the american public. We are on this. We are taking this seriously. They were moving quick. Look it does seem like first of all. There's there's no evidence for what our president has suggested at the <hes> the there was <hes> epstein was murdered by people high-powered people such as the clintons who feared what he might say. There's absolutely no evidence is for that but there are some really tantalizing questions here about what happened first of all just the inexplicable the idea that the most high profile gal inmate in mc assume that's the case because his is el chapo still he's probably out service designator facility now so i don't think he's physically there would be not watched and allowed to commit suicide just going over the the timeline here. He's arrested july twenty six july twenty not third. There's an incident in which he is alleged to have attempted suicide. A fellow cellmate says he had a bed sheet beat around his neck. <hes> he denied it. He's put on suicide. Watch taken off six days later july twenty ninth but as many he has eight m._c._c. people were instructed. He should not be left alone. He had a new cellmate put in there who was removed the day before four right. It's inexplicable and especially. I think the things that jumped out at me. First of all are the six days on suicide. Watch when when you take someone off of suicide watches incredibly intensive labor intensive right. There's a guard literally watching the person sort of every at least every fifteen minutes. I think around the clock. It's almost impossible for a person to commit suicide while on suicide watch but when you take someone off you have there's a bureaucratic requirement. You have to fill out a report explaining. Why and what's the plan moving forward. I would want that document right away. I'm sure the investigators or have it. But how does this all happen not just in general the the lapses that you laid out michael but in the shoe he wasn't just jeffrey. Epstein wasn't isn't just in general population here. They had him in the shoe. The special houses with two shoe is and you've been in m._c._c. so tell us about let me let me step back m._c._c. is. I'm not your normal federal prison if you've spent any time in prison if you picture a prison in your head that maybe you've seen they're usually sort of sprawling low lying rarely a second floor right. Why would you want a second floor for security reasons if you could avoid it but most of the prisons in the country are big sprawling physical areas the m._c._c. we see is a cramped. I would say claustrophobic new york city manhattan not quite high-rise. It's thirteen floors if you if you count the administrative floors and stuff but it man is it cost her phobic. I mean when you go in there it is there is almost no natural light. It is a mess. There's stuff leaking down the walls. It's smells horrible. It's loud. It's scary but it's a small physical area and the shoe is where they house the highest priority potentially potentially endanger prisoners typically cooperators which is how i ended up spending time there because when you're proud your cooperator a lot of time with go out raiders though the worst that you can't you don't wanna get caught behind account because the count takes forever and if you get stuck in there for account you just have to wait it out so you learn the tricks but the cooperators are housed in the shoe and other people who are potentially endanger and so that is the highest priority little section of the m._c._c. There were two at at the time i was there. I'm not sure if they still have the same to. I don't want to give away any secrets any organizational secrets but physically big area to patrol like there's a very limited number of inmates who were in the shoe it your highest priority inmates and if the reportings correct that they had to corrections no let me take that back to people one of whom reportedly was a corrections officer one of whom was playing up from the minors whatever that phraseology as someone who is not a fully trained person completely inexplicable so if you were still at your old job as assistant u._s. attorney investigating this case. Would you be looking at the bank accounts of those correctional channel workers who <hes> managed to fall asleep while epstein was not being launched. I think that's a good idea and i don't get. I don't wanna feed into any conspiracy theories but you always wanna pull the financial records of almost anyone investigating for any reason. You never know what you're going to find who knows who knows what they're gonna find but yeah a full and complete investigation nation you would do that because the other side of that question is incompetence yeah a plausible explanation for what happened it is it's plausible in that. It could all of happened but what's implausible is. How could they have let us right. That's why i see is an organizational failure. I mean i don't necessarily expect the attorney general to say how is at that specific prisoner being watched but it wouldn't have been crazy if he had done and how do the powers that be whether it's the head of the bureau of prisons. That's a huge job even the warden of the m._c._c. m._c._c. That's a big job. How do they not keep an eye on that guy in particular and make sure especially after he tries to kill himself. It's not like this came out of nowhere reportedly. He tried to kill himself off sixty days before so at that point. There's an extra red flag on this guy so there is a lot of incompetence throughout the bureau of prisons and i know that he obviously did not want to spend any time in his jail cell at all he had his lawyers coming in there for what as long as twelve twelve hours a day so he could sit with them in the conference room and not be right alone and emptying out the vending machines remarkable. Let's go back to the decision. Take epstein off of suicide. Watch what you alluded to before and how that could have happened in my understanding is it's been reported any way that epstein's lawyers made did that request would his lawyers have any say about that is that is that something that you lures can actually argue only in the sense that good good lawyers aggressive leaders. Ask everybody everything all the time right. They always think i mean lawyers think lawyer. Especially for very wealthy high-power like this the lawyers always think they're entitled to special treatment. You know how many letters i got saying my guy would like to be let out to go to a letter requesting that he get out to go to the jets game because he had season tickets kidding me you. You didn't let them out. I mean it's not for the jazz brought on but that's what lawyers do they ask for special favours ridiculous list for their clients even if they don't think they can really get sometimes. The defense lawyer is doing a little bit of a p._r. Hey i'm fighting for you even if they know they're not going to get it all right. I put in the letter. I'm asking them for for this so it doesn't it does not surprise me that the lawyer said. Can you get him out of suicide. It looks suicide. Watch is a brutal place for a person to be ask. What what is involved in suicide. I mean i don't know that firsthand. I only know based on the reporting but it sounds like there's almost there's round the clock supervision. You're denied any sort of clothing or implement that could be used to harm harm yourself. It's incredibly intensive so i understand how a client would want to get out of there and how a lawyer would try to serve the client. I said okay i'm gonna. I'm gonna lean on them to get get you so by improper so by taking him off suicide watch because he he did this with a bedsheet put tired of bedsheet around his neck reportedly so so he wouldn't have had had the bedsheet but once he was taken off he would have the bed she think that's probably from from what i've read yet yes and also he would have been watched very densely and he wouldn't have been had that much time by himself self yeah i. I think it's almost on her. It's actually it's very rare for someone again not fueling fear theories here but it's very rare for there to be a suicide in the m._c._c. when and this happened. I tweeted out. I said i was there for. I was southern district for eight and a half years. We've office 'cause i probably had i certainly had hundreds of people house their we. The office had thousands upon thousands dozens of defendants house there. I said i don't remember there being any suicides in my eight and a half years there from four to twelve certainly my defendants and i don't believe of any that i ever heard of and tagged couple of other my colleagues one of whom had been there seventeen years and she said she said yeah i. I don't remember that happening either. So let's talk a little about where the core our investigation into epstein and his activities goes from here obviously the indictment against him gets withdraw now because he's dead and and you can indict and try a dead man but he clearly had co conspirators that's alleged in the indictment it would seem incumbent <hes> and upon the u._s. attorney to pursue that as aggressively as they can and bring further indictments. I am very confident and this is not based done inside information. I'm very very confident. There will be additional indictments in this case d._o._j. Cannot have signalled this anymore clearly when you have bill bar coming out and saying co-conspirators. I don't rest easy when you have the southern district saying were carrying on with this. This is conspiracy. There's no way leaders of d._o._j. Get out that far publicly unless they know they've got it in their pocket so so and and look the signs have been there from the star epsteins indictment in the southern district refers to at least three co-conspirator employees called employee one two and three co conspirators. Obviously this is this. The more we learn about this ring the bigger it was the more geographic area covered dozens and dozens of victims number of victims. Just keeps growing there. There was no one ed shaw. How much harder will it be to prosecute those cases with epstein dad and not able to yeah testimony one thing that's obviously off. The table can't cooperate running war right now. I don't know he had no deal to make no way that he was going to get any kind of treatment. Fry southern could've tried yeah but but i'll tell you i've made i've cooperated some bad people murders triple murder. My best crop ever was triple murderer but there's ways we know how to we debrief them and they open up they give testimony and it's it works but i don't know that i would have signed up. This guy never under any circumstances so yes so that possibility remote is it may have been is off the table but there's not really any more obstacles to going after the the only thing that you're missing tactically speaking here is having at the trial table because when you're trying to case in front of a jury as a prosecutor you want to inflame the jury not not inappropriately but but it's it's it's nice as the prosecutor if you can have the head bad guy sitting right there and his cohorts sitting around him and by the way the defendants always try to separate they always wanna be severed. I don't i can't be tried with isikoff isikoff. He's the worst guy of all i can't. I hope i'll be tarnished by sitting near him. We always prosecutors the prosecutors always wanna stick everyone together at the table so you won't have jeffrey epstein at the table and what the defense will end up being is this was all epstein him won't be there his lawyers and he won't be there to defend him so if you see co-conspirators charge and i think you will and if they're tried it'll be this was all epstein. My client was a victim. My client was duped him. My client was taken advantage of by him. My client was was on the victim side not on the perpetrator side and it's a little harder to respond to that if you don't have jeffrey epstein their in the flesh speaking of the victims the real victims together that there is going to be a hearing next week when the indictment is formally withdrawn and at that hearing the prosecution actually has to <hes> enter pleadings i guess and then <hes> the judge i think has is allowing victims to actually speak at the hearing that is that how unusual is that well. Obviously it's very unusual situation when the defendant is his dad so we've seen a couple unusual things here and i know the judge richard permanent but i was in front of him for a lot of cases no relation to jeffrey berman. Who's the attorney. The first thing that was unusual is what we call a death nali that that's a combination i guess of english death and some latin nali but when you're defendant dies you put in depth knowledge and it's it's usually like three sentences says in the case of u._s. First jeffrey epstein we hereby certify jeffrey epstein died on whatever day we therefore moved to dismiss period end of story you send it in judge signs it. That's that the southern district said quite a bit more in depth knowledge here and they went out of their way again to signal this is an ongoing case and there's it's it's much more verbose than you would normally put into a death nali and i've never heard of any sort of live court proceeding on a death knell. The judge signs it. It goes on the docket and that's is that i think judge berman is a smart judge. He's down the middle judge. He's when his name comes out of the hopper literally. There's actually hopper where you pull the judge's name. We don't put a clerk pulls. The name came out. It's not like a oh good. He's he's great for the prosecution. Oh no he's terrible. He's reas right down the middle but he's aware he's definitely aware of the spotlight. That's on this case and i think he wants to make sure that so this idea of having this proceeding what she's going to have his on her and i think he wants to make sure that there's there's no possible way he or the system can be accused of not giving the victims literally a voice so i think that's what we'll see now. If i'm this other district i i don't know how i feel about. I i like the fact that the victims are going to have a chance to speak but if i have an ongoing investigation and those those victims are my key witnesses not in love with the idea of them speaking publicly type one until i'm ready. They'll be advised as to what they should say careful. Though the prosecutor's create a problem in terms of tainting the jury pool or anything like that that argument will be made. I assure you that when ever these co-conspirators get charged if and when i think they will that will be one of the arguments that all of these public statements made by the fact that judge berman held this hearing has tainted or jury pool but the jury pool taint argument never hurt goes far from miami we look we tried weed country tried o._j. Simpson and john gotti and and you name it because that's what the jury selection process is about you. You have to weed out people who already have formed the patient perfect but i should point out that this comes at a time that <hes> harvey weinstein is trying to example his trial removed from from manhattan right right because he says he can't get a fair trial. We have pretty good procedures that that we that stuff out but it'll be interesting proceeding because it's very unusual by the way just just for a second going back to the conspiracy theories and rebutting them. I think it is important to point out that bill barr did in just the other day in his speech he went it was way to say that he has seen absolutely. No evidence suggests that this was not a suicide because i i heard what the justice department had really said about this but they are being pretty clear about that yeah. I think that's clear and that's that's what the medical new york city medical examiner looted as well well. 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Go to blink dot com slash skulduggery to start your free seven-day trial. That's blinking spelled b. l. i. n. k. okay. I s t blinking dot com slash skulduggery to start your free seven-day trial blinking dot com slash skulduggery and we now have as our next guest anna merlin author of of the excellent book republic of lies american conspiracy theorists and their surprising rise to power. She is also a staff senior reporter for for geo media otherwise known as gizmo media gizmodo gizmodo okay and i welcome to skulduggery frowning me now. I should point out that anna was one of the star voices we had in conspiracy land are six episode rhode podcast on the seth rich case and no sooner did that and that we had a whole new burst of conspiracy theories arising arising out of the jeffrey epstein case fueled once again by our president who sort of put the some of the conspiracy theories series in play anna. What did you make of the flurry of conspiracy theories about the epstein case yeah. It is pretty extraordinary. How close was to the mainstream those were. You know it's not just the president. Obviously it's him too but you know like an hour. After geoffrey beene died the new york post ran apiece apiece supposedly interviewing a former inmate m._c._c. where epstein was being held claiming that there was no physical way for him to die by suicide in his cell this happened immediately and it was from all sides and so obviously it tied into older conspiracy theories like the so-called clinton body body count but it also just tapped into a whole new breed of sort of free floating ambien suspicion. It's pretty amazing. I should point out that the new york post has also reported. I believe in the last couple of days that attorney general william bar supposedly secretly really came to m._c._c. and had a clandestine meeting with jeffrey epstein prior to his death which sounds about as improbable <hes> ah account is that i can imagine apparently was attributed to a former mom associate of john gotti and the new york post ran with this <hes> <hes> yeah they sure did yeah you talked about how close to the mainstream this was and i read this op ed piece in the new york times that you back in <hes> two thousand seventeen and you talk about this thin. It was a nice phrase this thin membrane in which conspiracy land to coin a phrase <hes> moves to moves to the mainstream just talk about how that happens and how that that apparently is increasingly happening yeah well we know historically that in times of social unrest and social upheaval that there is more sort of conspiratorial thinking in the united states dates historically. It's just a thing that happens when we're sort of asking ourselves questions about what we believe is a society we see sort of an outgrowth of conspiracy theories as a as a result result that in a way. It's a very predictable thing but what's happening. Here is a little bit different obviously because we have not just the president but a party in power promoting conspiracy theories for political ends so we're seeing something a little bit different which is a group of people realizing that they can direct conspiracy theories against their our political opponents to end sort of profitable way and so we're running into those to sort of forces at the same time leading to seemingly in just a profusion of conspiracy theories on all sides at every level of society people who are really disempowered people who have the most powerful job on earth and everywhere in between gene so the rise of intense partisanship also incentivizes these kinds of conspiracy theories it. Does i mean i mean i think i forget who wrote about this. I think it was houston. Skin parent who are a florida professors who've done a lot of work on conspiracy theory research throughout the last hundred years but they always point out that conspiracy theories are in extension of our normal politics. You know there are normal politics sort of heightened and made more extreme and so so from that standpoint makes a lot of sense though epstein conspiracy theories are a little bit different. Those are much more sort of a natural outgrowth of how how suspicious we've all become as a society yeah now. I should say that and i think you've made this point that <hes> every conspiracy theory has mm some kernels of real facts that they're building on and certainly in the epstein case alone and we were discussing seeing this with our first guest. There's lots of suspicious circumstances about what happened at m._c._c. the jail where he was allowed to commit suicide aside even though he had been on suicide watch she gets taken off suicide. Watch eight guards. We've allowed learned. Were instructed or eight eight. Guards and officials at the jail were instructed not to leave him alone and yet he is somehow left alone for several hours. It does seem that there are some inexplicable things that happened here that allowed him to kill himself. I think that you could say that. They're inexplicable. If we rely on sort of an idealized vision of the criminal justice system i mean m._c. Is notoriously unsafe. Save the newark prison system in general has been subject to a lot of allegations of brutality mistreatment freezing temperatures the medical old system that has been at work at new york city facilities has been sued a bunch of times and so you know the fact that jeffrey epstein was either left alone through through negligence or was given preferential treatment because of who he was. I don't find either of those particularly surprising but i mean just to that last point in terms of why hi this case may be particularly ripe for conspiracy theories. It goes beyond what was going on in fact in some ways. It's the whole case. It's it's the idea ideas here's was this plutocrats at who got favorable treatment every step every step of the way and you know in some ways i think people who are susceptible notable conspiracy theories or people who feel shafted who feel powerless and feel that there are other people out there who were getting always always getting favorable treatment right yeah yeah i mean that's something that i see a lot of people feeling completely disenfranchised. I you know the society at large by the political system feeling like they're not able to participate or get this preferential treatment and other people are it's the basis of a lot of financial conspiracy theories for instance this idea the you know the rich get tax loopholes so why can't i. Why can't i affect these weird tax schemes so yeah i mean i think that the suspicion about how oh jeffrey epstein was treated is well-founded. You know i mean we know that he got a sweetheart deal. In florida. I was writing today about one of the many lawsuits simpson filed against his estate that basically talks about him getting outrageously preferential treatment even when he was on work release after that two thousand eight charge even when he was on house arrest and wearing an ankle monitor i mean he was able to continue abusing women and girls long after he should've right it look in many ways as he is exhibit a for everything that's wrong with the criminal justice system and how the rich and powerful can game the system in in ways that the rest of us can't <hes> and so i think for that reason alone the epstein case will loom large in the annals of american law aw well but that said let's go back to our president and his re tweet of this guy terrance williams uh-huh who put it out there that this was a part of the clinton body count and that the clintons had arranged to off the guy i mean you you know we've seen so many examples of president trump fuelling conspiracy theories from the campaign of you know ted cruz father and the kennedy c._b._s. Assignation to so many others but put trump's role in this in context. I mean when we talk about a thin membrane between between the mainstream inserted the further reaches of conspiracy dumb. President trump is the person who made that membrane so thin. I mean what we saw in that retweets as it he's able to take this very fringe commentator and immediately elevate hammond immediately elevate the idea that he's promoting so a lot a lot of people who hadn't heard of the so-called clinton body count which has been promoted since the early nineties right since bill clinton was governor of arkansas suddenly had it reintroduced is to them. It's incredibly efficient and he's realized you know that twitter is such an efficient tool for doing this for guiding the conversation in indeed it <unk> dominated the headlines for what two days it actually i you know i don't know that it actually began during his days of governor. The real launch of the clinton letting body count was the vince foster case in one thousand nine hundred the former deputy white house counsel former law partner of hillary who goes out to fort marcy park in virginia in the middle of the day in july of nineteen ninety three. Did you notice a lot of these. Things happen. July richardson july <hes> jeffrey epstein is in your race. You know bill clinton was running. Some kind of corrupts empire. You're in arkansas and committing various kinds of retribution against his political opponents was when he was governor richard absolutely right that the idea of the body count didn't come up until vince foster's suicide aside was falsely painted as as a murderer and then i should point out and then people began stitching other examples of other people who had some relationship to the clintons no matter how attenuated who died and died under circumstances that may or may not have been mm-hmm suspicious. Although i should point out that <hes> i do remember during my kennedy assassination obsession days that hat <hes> there was a body count of people who had knowledge of the kennedy assassination who also seemed to have been allegedly off under mysterious circumstances so the meme was there it was just a found new ways to adopt itself so yeah well and it's an easy one right because everyone's gonna died sooner or later so so here's my question about trump. Do you view him. As a classic conspiracy theorist or is he just a cynical manipulator of conspiracy theories to advance his own political interests right so i think that answering that question would require us to know what's in his heart or his mental processes which is hard for me to do. I i hesitate to describe motives to anyone ever. I don't think that it's something we're up to do. As as journalists i would say that the sort of chaotic attic nature of his attention and what he promotes suggests to me that he seems to as my read that he kind of grabbed things out of thin air that he thinks might be useful whether it's misinformation half truths conspiracy theories and just kind of throws them at the wall the you know what works what might help what might be beneficial unofficial but yeah it's really it's really hard to tell how he selects idea and so let's remember that <hes> and we dealt with this and conspiracy land but the birther for <hes> <hes> phase of donald trump's career was something that advanced his standing in the polls and put him on the map as a potential. Yes camp put candidate back in two thousand eleven it works for hey right right so he might that might have been the first time when he had a sense that like this was going to be really effective affective because you know i mean we we forget that president obama had to have a press conference to release his lungs <unk> birth certificate. He had to acknowledge donald trump which i imagine you know again. This is projecting but i imagine was a little bit intoxicating for somebody who is often not taken seriously entreated like a clown and we know through a lot of reporting that one of trump's obsessions obsessions is being taken seriously treated with respect by a political establishment he thinks doesn't respect him so we talked a lot about why people will end up dabbling in conspiracy theories they take hold how they migrate from conspiracy world to the mainstream but one of the things that i don't hear a lot of commentary on is what you actually do about it. What what is what is the prescriptive element. I mean i remember back in the day when we we were working at newsweek. You often just didn't write about conspiracy theories because you didn't want to give them oxygen. You just say okay and you can't do that anymore. Right yeah yeah i agree. How do you deal with. I mean this is ironically. This is the same discussion that happened around. Donald trump's candidacy is like do we write about it and give it oxygen or do we ignore for it and we see we see. I guess how well that went. I am pretty pessimistic. In some ways about containing misinformation or disinformation broadly not just conspiracy theories. I think we've built these incredibly effective pipelines to spread information so large that you know major actors like facebook twitter and youtube don't precisely know what's on their platforms so i think it's very difficult to figure out a containment strategy that contains just misinformation asian and not other forms of protected free speech and i think that we have sort of rightly relied on a pretty generous read of certainly like free free speech laws to make sure that we're not curtailing people's right to express themselves so sometimes they tend to talk about things like oh. Maybe if we had more media literacy classes asses earlier in people's lives like high school students were required to do that. They would be a little bit more discerning about sources of information but i i you don't know you know other than being on guard for disinformation all the time and constantly evaluating what we're being told which can lead people down pretty conspiratorial royal corners in and of itself. I don't feel like i've come up with a good answer to this. Question is strikes me as as a kind of national crisis because if you can't contain them if there's no really if there aren't really effective ways to mitigate them then you know we it infects our politics and it's just it's culture cultural. I i should point out that the steps that facebook and twitter and the other social media platforms have taken to try to curb some of this. You know clear disinformation disinformation. That's out there only fuels more conspiracy theories right that you have conservatives claiming that there's a a kabbalah google that suppressing <hes> you know their their arguments they are free speech <hes> yeah yeah but we do know and i will say this that d platforming forming individual conspiracy theorists does work and i've been thinking about this a lot with alex jones. Alex jones is audience has dropped precipitously because of all the social media bands you know he's been banned from virtually every service possible and it turns out that people don't just visit his website on their own so his particular ability to spread misinformation has been extremely curtailed. I know this because he got mad at me recently and did a twenty minute segment about his lawyer gave him a copy of my book and he got very emotional about it and so usually you know what would you say that i was a satanic witch a killer. We're of america and you know. It's it's fine you objected to. Can you show yeah it's fine he can. He can say whatever he wants. I wish the best but i didn't realize for like a day that he had done this. Because usually you know no. This happens to me quite a bit in my line of work that somebody will get upset with me and sort of try to direct their their followers. Ir at me and i didn't know ooh that it was alex jones for quite a while. You know i put it together but the fact that it was so hard for me to figure out what was going on in the fact that i wasn't immediately flooded with vitriol. Israel is is pretty telling you know that at least as far as containing individual actors by kicking them off platforms that does work. I don't know if it's a broad solution and because i don't like giving social media companies that much power to regulate speech but it there's no question that in his case in in the case of other really bad actors like say milo annapolis it it has worked in these people are in financial trouble well. That is the <hes> one positive thing i've heard on this subject yet <hes> mm-hmm so in this era of national crisis over conspiracy theories thanks to ana we just got some good news about <hes> some potential henschel to begin curbing it anna thanks for joining us on skulduggery and we will have you back as our regular conspiracy chrissy analyst well. Thank you for having me. I really appreciate it. Thanks to l. e. honing former assistant u._s. attorney for the southern district of new york and author anna merlin for joining joining us on this episode of skulduggery. Don't forget to subscribe to skulduggery on apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your podcasts and tell us what you think leave a review. The latest episode is also on on sirius x._m. On the weekend check it out on pos channel one twenty four on saturdays at three pm eastern time with replays on sundays at one a._m. And three p._m. Be sure to follow us on social social media at skulduggery pot. 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Ep 303 | Mike Gravel Who? | Guests: Terrence Williams & Joel Patrick

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Ep 303 | Mike Gravel Who? | Guests: Terrence Williams & Joel Patrick

"Welcome to the news and why it matters. I am Sara Gonzalez, we are joined by two very special guests today, we have got comedian Terrance Williams in the house. Greats. Bobbio. Thank you got a brand ambassador of turning point, Mr. Joel. Patrick also in the house, and obviously his future is bright. Just saying, still, what's the top story for you about sixty five thousand Democrats running for president. How do you make sense of that? Well, that's what we have the latest edition of the democrat candidate power rankings for, and that's out today. Okay. All right. And terrence. What do you wanna talk about my grandma's cookies, Nick? Well today. So no, I'm just playing. The top stories me they is abortion. I gotta talk about abortion big time every child deserves the life. Amen, amen. All right. And Joel, I would like to talk about conservatives on college campuses and censorship and opportunity, we had to change someone's mind. Okay. All right. Can't wait to get into all of that. 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So just to review, we have a kind of a score we have about thirty thirty four categories now from polling to fundraising -dorsements all that stuff. And it spits out basically at the end of this a score from zero to one hundred has how well they're doing so we start at the very about on the list anew last place candidate Mike gravel any has anyone heard of Mike Creveld before. Hello, this is interest, because you're wearing the Reagan Bush eighty four shirt the last day Mike gravel had a job in government was the first day. Ronald Reagan was president. No not been in government, since nineteen Eighty-one and see we ran it actually in two thousand eight terrible. But he's eighty nine years old, which makes one of the youngest candidates in the Paul need to go. Okay, number twenty three's, Wayne mess him. Anyone Wayne mess him Wayne who thank you. Three percent of America has a favorable opinion of Wayne mess him. Which sounds bad. It also is bad. So that is going to be he's not going to win number twenty two. Eric swallow, anyone. Well. Well, unfortunately, we've all heard of tease, the one who said we have nukes. Yeah, you have guns and we yes, yes. Gun owners. This is what he loves to do is kind of Trump's around the country, these outlandish remarks, because he loves the attention, which is not working so far for him. Because running for president is hard. And so he's in twenty second place with a score of nineteen point nine Marianne will really quickly, my favorite part about Eric's while while is that I he's like everyone just donate five dollars. You could just donate five dollars. And then he was like, okay, one dollars one cents. Anyone? That's the thing, swale will not qualify doesn't look like. He's going to qualify for any of the debates. How you Eric my Shang leg of haute? On the corner and say, hey, will vote anything. Twenty one is Mary now. She's a spiritual guru. If you don't know she is for the Kardashians and Oprah and things like that. Anyway, she's gonna make the debates though. She's going to be on the stage twenty point six of course. She's in twenty first place. Seth Moulton anyone know who that is. Oh, he's an ex he's a congressman very unknown. He is one of these guys, though, that actually in the democratic field says America is not a socialist country, which is interesting because like that's not a smart thing to say credit field right now. So shockingly enough. He is not winning. John Delaney is the next one he's another guy who says he's a moderate, anyone know John Delaney. I mean, this is amazing. Like, we're, we're at number nineteen and barely any from the movie. Yes. From the Italian. He's nineteenth. Former congressman, he's a moderate. And this moderate just proposed a four trillion dollar global warming spending package. That's the moderate and this crappy field he thinks that's gonna work. I don't know. He's saying, I'm not a lot. Tim Ryan, anyone on Tim Ryan, yet another congressman another unknown congressman. This is a guy who ran as a pro life, democrat was elected initially as a pro life, democrat. Now he is bragging about his endorsement from narrow. And from Planned Parenthood, he is e- Elsa says that he's a Catholic, which is interesting because like somehow narrow parenthood beat the pope in his argument. He says that decree believes Christianity doesn't want to be judgmental. It's like we'll judgment of behavior is somewhat central to faith like, you know, you're not a like it's accepting. Yeah, but we everyone's welcome. That doesn't mean that you could just do anything you want. Yeah. Tim Ryan, apparently thinks that you do a Bill de Blasio. Now, you guys know Bill O ate only care about New York City hundred dollars on his political Instagram, really? You don't even care about neat New York is no it's true. How's it going to care about the country is going down in the drains? It's true. I was just in New York. They're, they're like, we, you know, we have a lot of friends who are really liberal, and people keep saying, oh, Bill Blasios, a socialist, which he is. But that's not what they don't like about him. They don't like him because he sucks. Like that's the problem with them. And he, they would like to have someone who does their job about half as good as he promotes himself. Just basically all the cleanup at home. My grandma was told me sweep around your own front door before you start sweeping other People's Front door take over America. No, no. I can't imagine how your house look. Knowing how. Steve Bullock, again, probably no one knows who. That is he's a he's the mayor or the governor of Montana. He's at twenty seven point seven. He's, he's interesting. Another guy who's trying to run as a moderate. There's a few of these people in the field who are saying they're moderate. They're not really moderate their moderates with a wink, like they want. They want to say to the public that there moderate and then go back behind the closed doors with democratic voters say, by the way, not at all a moderate, but he's, you know, he's one of these guys that just jumped into the race he probably is gonna miss these debates as well. And I don't know how you continue. If you miss these debates researching some dropouts here after the first debate or to Andrew Yang, is next. He's in fifteenth place score of twenty eight point three and. Gang gang. He's up on this list, because people know who he is he he's, he's a relatively smart guy. Like if you heard his interview with Ben Shapiro well-spoken, which I respect him for doing expect. He actually showed up for an interview with Ben Shapiro, and I'm seeing any other candidates. These catchy in this we've got songs now about the Yang gang. This is pretty good. So he's. Sixteenth. Then Michael Bennett, and Tulsi Gabbard in fifteenth place, tolsey gabbert, has hit her main fundraiser, tell me a Republican. We get away with us. Her main fundraiser, number one on fundraiser has written about how the Las Vegas shooting was a distraction from the Harvey Weinstein scandal and didn't actually Kerr. The parkland shooting was a false flag that Bill Cosby was framed. All of these things like now look. The internet, you can find anything right? But the fact that, like he has he is a long litany of conspiracy theories that he is like hardcore believer, and, and she's just embracing him. She's an she's an odd Birdman. And she is. Cosby was framed. But I do think people knew about it for really long time nobody cared. And then when he went to buy, I think what he went to have a lot of money, and then they were like, oh, we need to find something to look at all these accusations. Yeah. Because I feel like the false flag thing though. No. The amid drug and women. Yeah he admitted to that. So did he made it to it really quite being framed? Yes. It's a weird part of our Justice system. And that like he was he was like everyone was fine with whatever he did. And they ever was like blowing it off. And then a comedian game comes on does a rant on YouTube, and all of a sudden he's, he's in prison for. Yes. So much money. Why did you have to drug these women? That's fair point. You've gotta pay. One way to look at it. I'm small it wasn't worth the money. Oh, no. A strong. Kathy's two million two. Little keep the ten million won't you Bill. Now. We're halfway through this field. We've heard of what two people so far. Yeah. Are Jay Inslee is next anyone who that is governor of Washington. He wants sanctuary not sanctuary cities. He wants sanctuary states. That's his big proponent. Could they be more noises take the wheel? Number eleven John Hickenlooper another guy saying, he's a moderate I love this quote, though, because this is all these moderates in this field. He says you can have progressive ideas. But you have to present it to them in a moderate way, that's not a moderate guy, who's lying. Yeah. Hooley and Castro number ten thirty four point five assists, score Castro's like one of these guys, it was supposed to be this big, you know deal and it's done. Nothing Hooley in Castro. He's a he was in the Obama administration. No passion for Julio. Mayor San Antonio is just. Join a former this is like all these people. It's like John. Yeah. They're leaving feel right in these stupid things. It's funny every time I get to Julio Castro to I get there on my got him. I only Julio Castro got ready for hours. I'm not going lot. I think sometimes that last name throw people off because reminded the cash Ramaz that crazy one. Yeah. Dale Fidel Fidel Castro's witness. You know is not, you know. Yeah, I was just hear people saying that the America is way too racist. They're never going to elect, a guy with the name of Barack Hussein Obama who has one who one of the guys who's actually are an enemy Saddam Hussein at the time, and Osama bin Laden was only one letter off from Barack Obama. Not corrected analysis. However, were apparently not that raises cheer Kirsten gillibrand. This is my prediction. I made this a couple times. I think she's the first big name to drop out. She got me she's keeps you on a zero percent. No woman, the one that announced again to see that she was going to be on the snow. That's right. That's right. And she had a blizzard Pashur even have she didn't even have a hat on. Glove. Be sitting example. In front of millions of children. It will thousands of children and women, and people, and you'll have no gloves on in the code. You don't even have no manners girl. Bah, can't lead on winter where she lied on. Dangled drink some hot cocoa. Number eight is Amy klobuchar forty one point nine is her score. She's not doing much of anything, honestly, like she passed the Bill on on, you know, getting helped with Republicans to get something passed for tax breaks for gold star families, which is great. I think everyone would the issue here is she's not doing much of any very unremarkable. I think this is a play for her to be vice president. You know, you have if let's say, a Biden win she'd be an obvious. Potential choice for vice president. We'll see how that goes. Seventh. Cory Booker, fifty one point six on the score. Not that high on that's that's down down about three point that high because he's Spartacus. And it's true. Yeah. Anything true? Yes. He well, he wrote an open letter to the world about abortion, two men to sell them to help support women in their abortion rights because you gotta find more babies that we can we're gonna get into this and just a couple of. But was it was interesting is his big point was he was he was worried that women would have to endure, quote lengthy, seventy two hour. Wait. Periods bathroom blink. Bathroom book. We heard what you did in the bathroom, Cory, Cory. We heard what you. Our our seventy two hours days. Sounds really short, but seventy two hours seems like that's too long. I don't know. Number six is Robert Francis? Overwork Bob Franko, work is we also lowered the biggest drop of any candidates since we started doing the candidate ratings dropped like eight points because he was replaced by soon because he did. So he has soon because he did so well in Texas, assume just because we, you know, I called him the vanilla bomb. I thought he was going to be number one, but I thought wrong, and he thought Robin. By moving no fake Mets of you can't. Elizabeth Warren at number five, and this one, disturbs me, because Elizabeth Warren is actually having a little bit of a moment. And I really hope that she'd launch, and then drop out within three weeks. And fortunately, she's having a little bit of a moment here. She just churning out all these plans. They have this thing that they say about her is that she has a plan for that. Meaning anything, she's got a plan out, which I used to be a negative in this country. You don't want the government a plan for everything in your entire life. Right. But with with our friend, Elizabeth, she's out there doing it and she has really helped she's up eight points. So fake Honey, a beer. Good of you. I'm going to open up my beer. Wanna sit my beer? Plan. She got to be Shane level stealing benefits from from minorities. She have a plan for her polka. Honest test part of the plan. That was the planet. It was a bad plan. I wasn't native American. I just wouldn't have taken the odd do have native American Amy, but in my number okay? But this is the thing though I now I could have if I was the same age with her. Like, if I was ninety five like Elizabeth Warren, maybe if I went to the same college she would've stole a spot for me. Right. She would've stolis by from me. It's true. She stole some she stole from spot. Somebody got that letter and say, you are not a septic because of that fraud. She got a shame herself. Well, she ever at number five, which we give her one in one thousand twenty four chance of winning the president's, comma, Harris is number four, she's got a sixty five point nine so I got something to say about come on the harassed come outta Harris in her home state of California, when it came out that Planned Parenthood had been selling body parts fetal tissue and it the video in the video, one of the Planned Parenthood, people said, oh, I wanna I wanna Lamborghini, that was their reasoning for instead of prosecuting Planned Parenthood for what is obviously, so many human rights violations. It's not even funny. She got the people that recorded him say, hey, you recorded them without their permission, and then used her office to spy and to obtain materials what would have been for anyone else illegally? And just the fact that she did that just let me know that she's of no character. Probably we probably have a better chance with Satan in the White House. Kamala Harris, I got some just say Kamala Harris, where a camera listen to me, Kamala, Harris, okay. Listen to me, you are a fraud. You are fakey. You are phony, Kamala. She's a top cop. She was a horrible prosecutor and now she's on this. We need to let these people out of prison. What the people that you locked up. Okay. And how you going to send example this ain't got nothing to do a blaze. This has nothing to do with this, with this TV show. These words of mine, okay? These words are my Kamala Harris, we know about Willie Brown. We know about Willie Brown, and I'm say slept. You way to the top, but you can't do it now. Okay. She's not wind. She has no chance at all. Yeah. That is that's very well. Put stu. We're gonna take a break really quick. And. Yeah. All right. We got a new number two number. This week. On the edge of my seat. Now. Before we get to the, the top three Democrats in power rankings want to thank our sponsor cruise through history. So there's an amazing crews taking place next spring spring of twenty twenty. What does it March? And Stu along with Glenn Beck. Bill O, Reilly rabbi, Lapin, and David Barton. They are all going to go, by the way. Where's my invite? I wanna go. I wanna go. We haven't even heard. We haven't even heard. We just want to go on a cruise. But we're all you guys are going to Venice, this Greece Croatia, Israel. It's kind of just literally looking through all these, you know, how how the foundations of our society start in the mobile through all the history while you're there, and you get to hear history from, you know, Daniel app in David Barton Glenn and Bill O'Reilly is going to be great. And then when you get sick of hearing about history, you can come drink with me. It's going to be actually a really great drip to awesome cruise line. They've got real authentic Italian food is going to be amazing. So you can go to come sail away dot com right now to pick your, there's different packages different options, so you can go pick your options book, it market on your calendar for spring, twenty twenty at as come sail away dot com. All right. Top three top three. Number three. Bernie sanders. A lot of people think he's number two, but to this week, you know, look, Verney is a little bit of an issue. He even I know his past support for communism shell. I mean, I believe the New York, New York magazine wrote any politician because he's trying to get out of and say, oh, I wasn't really supporting it was just this, and this any politicians going to frame issue, selectively, but Sanders is presenting a spin on the controversies so selective it completely fails to convey any of the points relevant to the controversy. That's Fox News. Saying that. Yeah, we magazine they also say, by the way, poll has shown that the dumber you are the more likely you are to be a Bernie center support. That's not what you want to is, is mayor Pete, Pete Buddha, judge who is number two or two. Now. He's not number two in the polls. But a lot of this has to do with, for example. One thing that you'll find is thirty one percent of democratic voters have never heard of people to judge already showing up in third and fourth in the polls. He's got a lot of room to grow again. Like I'm now I can't imagine he's gonna win from south bend, Indiana. That maybe who knows I right. One thing about Pete. He made people forget about beta. They just drop beta. They just dropped him with became aboard. No surprise. Number one. Joe Biden still huge lead. I mean like Joe Biden is capable of blowing anything. So I fully expect at some point, he's going to grow passing teenager and drop the but Raza right now. He's still way up ahead or he's not because he has a democratic privilege. And there's how many video of him groping people circulating right now and it doesn't seem to be having any effect on. He made a video was like I'm just a real friendly. Okay. That's worked for Bill Cosby. But okay. That's true. That's a great point. Taranaki went away in I'm not wasting my breath on hill. I mean you do bring up a great point. And that there is a democratic privilege, they preach, all of these things. But when it's their party who does it all of a sudden, they don't have any repercussions any consequences. No, nothing. They just get to continue on as if nothing ever happened. It's pretty interesting. Why what does his campaign slogan touching America? Twenty twenty. He you know, like, are you the one in black face? Or are you the one in the Klan hood, you know, that was really clear? And then he's like, well, you know, I was young and it was an authentic costume. No, no. Not mentioned. Yeah. Probably, you know, I mean, the other part of that was that was him basically being the face of the idea that you can have a baby be born and, and just basically let it die. If mother to treat it, and after he won his his election, he did not even shake his black. Ponant. That's right. That's right. I saw that video interesting. But yeah, I think it is much more concerning that he wants to abort babies after they're born that's infanticide. And that should have been more concerning than the racism. But unfortunately in America, we have racism as this end all as, if there's nothing you could possibly do, that's worse than being a rate racist. There was actually a sign that someone was holding a rally, and it said, we'll trade racists, for rapists, at referencing MAC, Trump's comment about Mexican rapists. And I was thinking, is that person mentally, disabled because we will not trade, a racist for a rapist, you know, someone could be a racist and just in their mind have racist thoughts and not that big of a deal. But if someone's a rapist, they're raping people, that's a big deal. And just the fact that that's kind of where we are today because we had a Klan rally in, in my hometown. And everybody made a big deal about it. Seven people showed up, right. Wasn't a Klan rally. But everybody was more upset about it. They're like, oh, hey, has no home here. And you know, signs were put out, and there was a thousand police officers showed up, and they made a big deal about it, and it's like, why are we giving racism, such a platform all the while claiming people that aren't racist racist? No, because, you know, people show up and they said, oh, I'm here to punch Nazis, and punchers than anyone you, call Nazi a racist. You can punch. So it's just giving them like a free for all opportunity to just, you know. Push back against their political opponents as long as they can accuse them of being racist, when they're actually being racist, and oh, well, I'm not racist. We'll look, look what I've done for black people or, or Hillary Clinton in her hot sauce, or you know now. Now us look for go on the internet look look up some of these candidates, they'll just take a picture with two random like people as if you know. Oh, yeah. I'm down with the black. Right. All right. We'll be back in a minute. That's not what we're doing here, by the way. Gonna make that clear. Before we go into overtime tell everyone they can find Joe on me on a Terence k Williams dot com on Twitter, w underscore, Terrence, or tightening k Williams anywhere. And you'll find me paying what about you, Joel? I can be found at Joe Patrick underscore seventeen seventy six on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Okay. And both of you make some really, really entertaining videos at their nearest fraud, chicken local join. Fraud ticket here. Loads Ziesel take the wheel. All right. We have overtime starting next. We're getting into topic abortion. We're gonna get into conservative being censored on college campuses. We're not done yet. So tune in at least he dot com. Up next, and joy 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. Before we get in back into the conversation. 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That would be where you would go if you're like Terrance, and you want to negotiate some sort of deal. Glenn has they have. They've vetted all of the real estate agents all across the country to make sure that they are the top agents in the country. They're the ones who do it. Fulltime. They are the ones who are going to be experts in the area. So especially if you're relocating to somewhere, new, you don't know the area. You don't know if there's going to be neighbors, who share your values or have children to play with your children and not influence them into terrible things you gotta go to real estate agents. I trust dot com. Go there. Now, if you're looking to buy or sell, let them do the work for you real estate agents. I trust dot com. All right. Terrance yes, I know you're funny guy, but we're about to get into very serious important subject. So I'm very interested to see what you have to say about abortion about abortion, will every, you know, I am pro-life pro-choice mapra choices you got to go to work today. Okay. You got to leave girlfriend, you got Libo friend. I'm pro choice when it comes to that. But when it comes to life, I'm pro-life every child is earth to live. And I've been seeing a obscene. Some people say I've heard people are I've heard people give their explanations on why a child should be aborted. And one of them that really bothered me is that people believe that if the mother's poor, if the mother doesn't have a job, if the father doesn't have a good job, or if the mother just, you know, she, she just wanna live her life, really that she should just abort the child, and they don't care if it's at six weeks. Four weeks two weeks. Ten weeks. It should aboard the child because no child should be brought into this world with apparent that is that is not financially stable. And I think that is ridiculous because I grew up poor mother had non children. No. She could not take care of none of us. But she still gave us an opportunity to live. All right to live. She didn't. Aboard us in. No. She did not take care of us. But just because she knew she really couldn't take her of us that did not give her the right to Roeder us. She let she. She led us into this sheet sheet. She led us into this world and other people stepped up to take care of us hours and five secure. Eventually adopted around fifteen and I'm living a good life right now because I was giving my right to live. And you've, you've had I'm sure a lot of experiences while, they may have not been great at the time they've taught you a lot about life, or along the way shaped, who you are today will never be great for anyone. I don't care if you grow up as a millionaire billionaire, you will have problems you hear about billionaires millionaires committing suicide money. Don't make you happy money is not the reason it should money should not determine if you should be born or not. That is ridiculous. Jolyon away on. Yeah. I think there was was a state Senator. And he spoke about some children are just unwanted. He said you either. He said, you either take them out an abortion or you send him out in the electric chair. Yes. And it was just so point to me that he said because someone is unwanted, and they have no value on wanted. People could be homeless. Does that mean we have the right now to go on the street and murder homeless people? Because you cannot, there is no end in sight, when you say it's okay to kill people because, you know, we don't want them here or there inconvenient for us right now because what they're doing is they're unpersonalised people. They're saying this person is not a person. So it's okay for us to kill them. You know who did that Hitler and, and the left loves to call us Nazis? But when it comes down to the practices that are being implemented their ideologies, a lot more in line with what the Nazis did than ours for starters, when it comes to killing people that they believe are not people. You. You can't just say a baby is not a person or you know, I saw sign parasites don't have rights, fundamental difference between a parasite and a baby is first of all, parasite is a different species from the host baby is the same species from the house, and you never say that your offspring, which are your future offspring, or your future are parasites. It's absurd. I also what was it Norway? I think it was that they were really excited that they have almost eliminated down syndrome from their country. They were like yeah. Now that we have this test, we have practically eliminated down syndrome in our country. And it just is very, very troubling to me. I mean a you look at all of these down syndrome even dolts they're successful. They, you know, they work fulltime, they have responsibilities. They contribute to society, and I just wonder gosh, how does it how must it feel as someone with down syndrome to hear someone? Saying, we don't even think that you're worth being born, we don't even that you should be here. Exactly the same. And how do you think I feel when I hear people say, oh, a Chow Chow shouldn't be born to probably they don't belong in this world if they're going to be born into property. What? So you didn't even belong here. You know, I it's ridiculous. And then another really bothers me is a lot of a lot of women. Some women are saying that, you know, a mansion, I say so in an abortion, but okay. But when it comes time the pay child support, or you need help you make the man pay. Okay. So what if what if he'd that one? What if you don't identify as the phone men don't actually have a choice, whether or not? Doesn't have a choice, you know. So what if he doesn't? So what if you don't identify the father? So what if he didn't want to be a father? Yes. So tooth two things on that number one, it's shocking to me, the amount of men who latch onto that of, well, it's her body, who are you to say what, what should be taking place in her body? But my body, my choice, then I think actually they think they've got it pretty good because they can go in. They can do whatever they want with whatever woman, they want, and then not be held responsible by saying it's her body. It's her choice. Well, she can do whatever she wants with it, because then they don't have child support to pay very true. But I mean scientifically it isn't the because if you think about it, your body, if it's your body, it's your heart. It's your lungs, all of that. Then that would mean that if you're ending life through abortion than it would be your life. That's ended. And if it isn't your life. That's ended someone's life. Has ended who's is. So then the, the question would would have to be asked if it isn't your body, then it's obviously somebody else's. So it's not your body, then it's not your choice because you have two very distinct. Nobody says, oh yeah. I have two hearts four longs and and wore arms and right. I do. Now, I don't know because I never been pregnant. But. Never. On shelves. Robbie. Therien at all. But we do like I have a question when does the woman know that she's pregnant she goes eight weeks or ten weeks? I mean you should know by four four weeks. Really? What makes people wait ten twelve they wanna way. Get it at twenty twenty weeks. That's a great question. I are you waiting bail on? Yeah. If you believe that the baby is, if you believe it's a human life, then at anytime anytime after conception, your ending human life. And I think if you believe which I believe that all lives matter and that life matters at every stage of the at every stage of development, then that means it's just as wrong to aboard Abebe at six or eight weeks as it is to avoid it at twenty twenty four thirty weeks. Yeah. I just don't I just understand another big thing. Well, you know, people bring rape say, right? Well, what about the what, what about says that raises two or or the insists, you know, but if somebody reports rate, I don't know, the procedures, you know what happens. They give them a shot to give the ladies of shot when they when they reported and they go to the hospital. You know, to prevent, I don't know, you know, but I still believe that that's, that's a hard one. That is a very hard one. It is. But then it comes back to do all that is the always the counter ouster that, that's a counter answer foot. You know, like people bring that up. Well, what about that's the counter question? I mean that people bring up when when you start defending right? What about what about the rape victims, but majority of people that are having abortions are not revictimizes also Jordi of the ones they had a good time at the Saturday night. And tile Rome's not calling back now. They don't the baby. You. You. But you see that actually they they've done studies on it. And it's actually zero point zero eight percent of abortions are rape. So it's not even it's not even one percent of abortions are result of rape. The other thing is I have many friends that are the product of rape. And if you ask them, hey, would you have rather just never been born their answers? Obviously. No. So I think that I'm a Christian as Christian. I believe God has a plan for everyone regardless of the circumstances of their conception and the baby's still innocent, baby. Didn't do anything to deserve to die. I will also say, I'm really quickly before move onto censorship that I personally wish that regardless of how you feel. I mean, I'm I'm with you guys, you know, very much in the pro-life camp. But because the rape incest, they, they keep making that will what about cases of rape incest, while you are just an animal because you want women to have to go through that trauma. Okay, I'm willing to say you know what? Maybe we don't agree on this particular issue. But let's just agree for now, and then we can work on continuing to discuss. But if we could just make that the law now how many abortions, how many lives would be saved, just from that because of that statistic if abortions from rape incest, only account for point. Would you say point zero eight think of all the lives, we can save? If we just we said, okay like morally, we don't agree with you, that this is correct. But for right now, legally we can at least need in the middle. And then we can continue to have the conversation later on down the line, if we could save that many lives. I'd be I'd be I'd be all for it at this particular stage in the game because we've gone. So radical the other way. But now you have incest cousin cousin Zander insects. Yeah. I'm no people that are relationships with their cousins, and they are heading six are you from? I'm from Oklahoma. Okay. I know. But I know people though is no come on. Hitting Oklahoma, by the way sale because y'all shacking up. Yup. At ahead hit baby. Do y'all y'all day, maybe you don't get an abortion. Move on. Follow that. Just I guess, really with voice, and you see, it's ultimately, it comes down to people, and personal responsibility. And anytime people have an opportunity to not take responsibility for their actions. It seems like people don't wanna take responsibility for the action. It's so much easier to, oh, I'll just have an abortion. And I think it's, it's the same thing with, you know with the whole metoo move. And everybody was talking about a lot of the situations that were coming up or situations involving drugs, alcohol and it's like, okay, there were two choices made here, you made a choice to go somewhere with people. You didn't know and to partake in a drug that allowed you to be incapable of properly handling your surroundings. And then now you're suffering the consequences. The same thing is true wash. You made it choice to get in bed with someone. And now you're going to deal with the consequences of that choice. And I don't think the government providing a way out of that choice is going to solve the problem the problem that's going to be solved when people take personal responsibility. And if you're a dull enough do do the. Horizontal Scheffel here adult enough to be a parent. One last abort the booty call so you don't have the book the baby. All right. Let's talk about censorship of conservatives on college campuses. All so it's no secret that college campuses are a liberal cesspool of indoctrination. They push ideas like socialism, the tell people they needed degree to make a living. And so they spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to get a degree that does not pay hundreds of thousands of dollars. So it's kind of a never ending cycle. But I had the privilege of visiting one of these liberal pools. Youngstown state pledge. In Ohio, and I visited with Caitlin Bennett who you might know her as the Kent state gun girl, and we just filmed reparations video, which is where we'd walked around with a jar. And we asked people, they believed in reparations, and when they did I'm a black person that all right? Well, pay up, and they paid into the jar, it was funny that you should go check it out on YouTube. But as we were leaving a African American girl comes up to kaitlin and, and just hold your phone up. And she says Kaitlyn, how does it feel to and she used a number of expletives that I will not use here that and I said, wait a minute. What, what was that? What why would you say that somebody, you didn't know we started the discussion and ended up having a discussion with another young lady that was sitting there who explained to us that the reason that she didn't adhere to conservative ideas was because her parents and her community said that it was not. Okay. Both girls were African American one girl was very rude, and just every aspect. She could she was really rude. The other girl was very very. Accepting we begin to explain to her why the wall was a good idea. And she ended up, actually changing her mind on two issues. We explained her, whether it was a good idea. And why Democrats have not done anything for the black community and why we should stop voting for them. We posted the video on YouTube and Facebook, it ended up getting like three point three million views or something in there. And a lot of the comments were one of two things they were like, oh, listen to this young man clearly explained his viewpoint and the others were. Oh, it's disgusting to see this young man defending a racist pig like Trump. And, and it was just like, did you not hear anything I had to say in the entire video, but I think this video is a little bit interesting. But because instead of just having like a shouting match where we're going back and forth. She was very polite, and I was very polite, and we kind of met in the middle and it kind of reminded me of if we could get politics back to a place where it was just commonsense, politics where people were respectfully sitting down and having discussions where right now. Everybody's on two sides of the island or you're racist. You're racist and nobody's meeting in the middle. And the fact that this young lady was. So afraid of her community rising up against her. If she held an idea that was not the idea that they want kind of says something about where we are in America today, because if you're a black person, you have to vote democrat because that's the party that has your best interest in mind, okay? Named three policies that Democrats have implemented that have helped black people, they can't do it because they're non existent, when you mentioned things like mass incarceration under Bill Clinton, the Democrats, finding the klu Klux Klan recently situations like Ralph north. These, these are real situations that the left doesn't want anyone to talk about it or to realize, people like Maxine Waters, Jesse Jackson. Al Sharpton, these people have been involved in politics for generations, and they haven't done anything for black people. Why? Because they're focused on getting themselves. Rich selling racism as a disease their race. Pimping is what they are. They are profiting off of the racism that they want you to believe is a real thing. When if you look at it people are always talking about white supremacy. I asked the lady in. In the conversation. I said, hey, do you consider racism in general to be a more important issue or white supremacy? And she said, white supremacy, I said, do you know clan members, she said? No. Do you know any black people that are racist can swipe people? She said, yes, says what's the bigger issue, of course? She's still answered white supremacy. But it was like if, if you don't see this on a regular basis, but you're sure it's this big issue. But you see this on a regular basis, but you don't think it's an issue, don't you see that there's a problem there. And so I think that we need to do better job of explaining to people how problematic it is for racism, period. And I like to say a lot there is no such thing as reverse racism, if you're racist against a white person, you're just a racist, if racist like just racist, you don't get a special label and racism is not okay, regardless of who it is to or against or from or it's never ok under any circumstances. And I think that we need to make just as strict with the same measure, that we're measuring, you know, conservatives and say, hey, that's racist. You can't do. We should be doing the same with the left and I feel like a lot of people propagate racism, far propagates, racism, and they seem to get a pass and people aren't holding them accountable, and I think we need to do a better job of holding racist Democrats accountable for their racism. Win speak in racism when it comes to racism races. Only equal opportunities. I'm I'm, I'm. Racism, straight, equal opportunity with me. No matter what color you are. I don't like people like white people his banning time here. Nobody. Yeah. The this censorship stuff is getting so old is getting so tired. It's starting to drain me in. But we got it. We gotta keep fighting. We gotta keep up the fight, you know. Dimond. Yeah. Immediately. Because anytime you say anything about, you know, anything positive about Trump, it's going, and I think I made the mention that I was like everybody can say nothing. Good about Trump is the only person that you should be able to say nothing. Good about would be the devil. I was like, because if if this person can do good than they are the devil. So, you know, if you can't say okay, he did this good. And he did this bed, then you're not being objective. And we talked about I said, the difference main difference between Obama and Trump is Obama put brought us men in the women's bathroom and Trump rod us. The lowest black unemployment we've ever seen. Amen. Yes. All right, yesterday's poll. Do you think abortion, had this conversation? Do you think abortion is healthcare? The dumbest statement ever and just a, a way for the left to, you know, take the message and run with it. Ninety five percent of you said, no five percent of you are wrong and said, yes, that's what I have to say about that. And then today's poll, do you support President Trump's tariffs on China and Mexico? Let us know what you think. What do you think? Terrence. Oh. Tariffs on China and Mexico. I'll be recover from a from a car wreck. And I, I've been out of the loop, but, you know, I know my president. I know he's tried. He tried to do the best he can do. So he needs to do what he gotta do to if it's benefiting us, and it's been fitness, biff and ain't been to fit America. And I ain't with it, but about angel- I do support because it only makes sense if we're being taxed on supports into those countries that they should be tax on imports to our country. I actually think he should step it up a notch. And I think he acts any dollar that is sent to Mexico. I love that idea. I love wire transfer. Yes. What do we what do we what can pay for this wall? He could pay for the wall if he taxed I think it's like a five percent tax on. Every can't even afford that average American affordable. Avocado. I'm up. I I'm hearing about avocados hanging around white folks, I was in the ghetto. We eat. No. Alicata japodlay action. Oh, you know what? I'm I'm for. We'll need them over anyway. Okay. Shoot walking. Let us know what Molly you like welcome. Only. But I, but I can live without it. What you think the places Twitter that is at the blaze. Thank you, gentlemen. For being on the show. We'll see you guys tomorrow. 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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"Q. And I'm Jewish Dave. This bird road. This is bird it says preparing still on my side and it says reporting the gun jumped. No it says live. I'm working we're live. We're Liley facebook. Live out gases live. Okay all right good. So yeah maybe turn down the volume on it. Like as you're listening in pumping my own audio years. I would have assumed that my basement. There's there's anything we've been hearing over the years. It's that people WANNA see are faces. WanNa like look at us. And they're really interested in you know the way that we look and sexually attracted to us and we understand that so we're gonNA start trying to do some of these facebook lives and then like retrofit them or whatever as casts But we're not just GONNA sit around and stare into each other street is usually do. It is what we usually do. So you're lucky because this is if you're listening to this if you're watching it actually it's our maiden voyage onto this You know world of Facebook livestream streaming using and we were fucking around for the last twenty minutes figuring out how to minimize ourselves. Get US OUT OF THE PICTURE. Not Look at our ourselves so much But bring up some other piece of media that we might find profound an interesting and worthwhile and just to a watch party and the thing that we Were able to find that. We had expressed interest or tax in our conversations. Recently was This show that aired last night we wanted to do this live but we both busy with Saturday night and right now I think it's more opportune time. Because maybe fewer people are going to be watching and we can fuck up in mess this up. Because I think everybody's watching the though Michael Jordan documentary the Chicago Bulls documentary. That's happening now yes happening. It's funny because like there's not a lot of monoculture stuff left but that's a thing that people are turning on at nine o'clock on Sundays which is cool. I mean I'll just watch it whenever So that we can actually do. Do this little fun thing. What what we were able to find Dave was a show. That's called That streams last night and Apparently on some over the top you know roku channel that can be found Call we're taking over the deplorables Saturday night. Now this is a show. I want to explain to you because you don't really know that much about this so far we've only been. I've been throwing pieces of this at you and just kind of like screen shots and things like that. This is something that was put together by conservative. Twitter personality comedian. I guess Name Terence K William so Terri- gave Williams is You know he's a guy who don't really know a lot about him every once in a while sound like garbage asked we will of his will get like re tweeted into your into your timeline. And you'll seen terrible opinion. He's just sort of like one of these kind of a diamond silk style. You know. Scammy Griff Ter- right-wing guy like he's like one of these guys. That's trying to capitalize off of like trump he. He would never five years ago he would never have been a Politico a star in the conservative world. Right yeah he took the DONALD TRUMP. The unique miasma of what? Donald Trump is for this guy to kind of get some moderate relevance on social media an I guess his beef was with the you know liberal sensibilities of Saturday Saturday. Night live And the Anti-trump propaganda that that that media outlet pumps and his proposition. And I don't have the tweet pulled up in front of me but it was basically like I can get together with some of the most talented conservative Comedians and funny people in in the conservative. Neil you were whatever and do something better and we're GonNa do that this Saturday night. And that's what they did last night. I haven't watched it. I've seen a few choice pieces from it and so I'm really excited to sit down with you and just do a watch. We're GONNA pull up this this video. Give them a little bit of a bump right. They're gonNA get the bird bumped by the Byrd road bugging mom. I do want to ask you a quick question as you're getting pulled up. I obviously haven't seen this yet. Did he manage to get any? Snl ALUMNI because we know most of them are conservative nut jobs. Now Dave don't know. I would not be surprised if he was able to get like Rob Schneider. Another one like MacDonald became real conservative. Didn't I think Jon Lovitz which is really John? Lewis became a hardcore right weirdly right-wing guy who's Jackson. Dennis Bill Victoria Jackson became like psychopath right. Yeah I completely forgot about that yet. Dennis Miller That's the thing if you were like if you were Mr Lake rebel. Say the thing that nobody wants to hear you say in the ninety s that transmogrify to like. I hate black people. Like that's mostly turned. It turned into like the rise. Darkest conservative transmogrify from comedy. Rappers podcasters. But it wasn't like it wasn't on purpose though just happened. I got a whole other thing lined up to kind of revisit. Our all passes as comedy about. That's a good thing I want to bring this up really quick before we jump into this and we're going to kind of mystery science theater three thousand this thing and just kind of make fun of it and I gotta be honest with you Dave. It's ninety minutes long. I'M GONNA be skipping through big chunks. 'cause I watched just little bits here and there and a lot of it is virtually unwatchable. It's it's this isn't something good. This isn't something that should be celebrated. It should be mocked but I do want to say this in all seriousness like we'll a lot of perform friends out there with a lot of comedian friends out there like to get up and do stand up into jokes and stuff. It's hard like it's not as I don't WanNa like even if you have I completely disagree with your world view and I think that you're repugnant. Human being on every level like much respect for you know putting herself out there to tell jokes you and I have been doing that for like twenty years You know get on stage and ethnic idiots in and tell jokes and this very mom. Blamer that you're giving right now. I think I think it's an APP you have to. You have to give some respect to people that are going out there. And I don't know fucking tried to do something no matter how terrible it is. What a bad place. It comes from You know just I guess I guess you have to give them respect that no no but seriously like I hate the player without hating the game. I guess is what I'm trying to say. So what we're GONNA do now see if this doesn't break facebook is we're going to Share the screen on zoom call. I'M GONNA pop up my a role that beautiful bean footage here and Opened up my quicktime player gave me keep me honest. Make sure that you can actually see it Okay let's jump in. I'm so excited. Can't wait to see what comes of it. Sign of grape production quality. Where it's just like it's just kind of like quiet for the first five seconds like a five second bridge. Yeah so this is this is this is the guy who how are you hearing him? Dave territory are but I ended up dying on my own. La Cracked into inviting somebody over here girl. Nancy Speaker Pelosi wouldn't be she's old. She's Skeleton Messy Speaker Pelosi. So you want okay. What's going on if you're listening to the audio. And this is giving retrofitted on. He says he's having a back and forth with biology dress up like Nancy Pelosi. This is from the awesome. Did thing with chairs. Nobody respected terrorist because he went much further by the way. If you're if you're familiar with with Clint Eastwood's reputation as Director. Least one of the laziest directors out there a year. And he's pretty bad as a director colonel why he is in keeping with his reputation. Clinton's given could have had a skeleton but more like a racist gummy Obama why much-loved respect for taking the time to don't don't tell me I was as arguing. They don't that's just challenges so may challenge you to grown means. I like to think about three seconds ago. And they haven't done another one since there's another camera in that room. And by the way battery thirty seconds this is something maybe not everybody would just notice but like I could use the Internal Camera. Microphone dislike visitors. No sound design this. There's no like by cloud. I wouldn't doubt if I was arguing of just you guys. There's no discernible jokes happening. It's just in how rich that's what I will have. Maybe this might be a joke. He wants to know how come on. This is like personal person. You are really WanNa know personally. I haven't you make any money. He's got he's got a bad comedy thing Dave where they set up. They set it up too much like they repeat. GotTa repeat this setup. Really how did you? How did you could? You have got rich so the joke was. The joke was that she got rich by doing like dances. I guess in reality the the way the Nancy Pelosi is rich. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA pause because I don't want to miss this. I just want to say the reality. Is that the win. Nc Pelosi got rich is way way way worse than that and if this guy had done like you've been a little bit of research you could have found Like a gold mine of Shit to make fun of her about. It's at her husband is a Is a complete dirt back hedge fund manager who has made just untold millions hundreds of millions of dollars off of his her ability to affect legislation in favor of what he has investments in So I mean maybe the lap dance apart was a metaphor for that. I guess so. Let's I'm going to rewind which is so cool because you can hugh with my my apple Nice mouse like the second just back and forth so this is a dave. Explain what we're seeing right now. Paula feature players Stephen macroom many Johnson who I know of another right wing for the deplorable choir. I love that name John Di Domenica separate and the Hajj Twins. Look real cute snacks. Oh you know. They're having a good time. They're laughing it's to lower third is blocked out by the bug. The mcgrew Pelosi is having a conversation. Pelosi what'd you talk about with their new ally that's younger mid Nancy Pelosi? You know like ours accountable. Reality Show Star. Black folks are not found a motown way too excited about this whole thing. I mean this has to be his biggest. Whoever this guy is mcgrew this has to be his biggest. La Standards so the conservative stamps. They sell out in. The rain is a conversation between Williams out the right now. Gotten which one of these guys you tag myself is. Because I'm more well known and successful. They they dropped right into. This showed just like laughing. They're laughing their absolute acids for elite are coming for you now buddy. How people are watching. Is Anybody watching Alex terrain argue? He tried to relinquish all yes. Okay we're lives. We're back all right so if you if you lost us. I don't know tell you like it. That's that's what happened Where a few minutes in. And we're testing out the software and again this is our our fucked up one we're gonNA play continued playing. What's the name of the show? He America's voice. Let's go a very delay. I want to see what soldiers. The Josh Lario ain't got access to Jam Journal back in the nineties. When Jerry was in his prior Darley's we are fit. Even though these people are professionals. I mean these guys are already shaky home but I know I know we really don't do. It's really I don't like Women Really Shave. You don't even need brain sales but it's workout now as and as professional. They could probably find better you in shape guys. Make sure you're healthy the enough to work out. Make sure your tips okay. But since a liberal occur less boo kermit demint twenty twenty start program. We start off with room with some more bombs. The joke is doing is Bob. The joke is that Obama People Obama's better shape way better shape. What Obama do hot issues with China? Three Obama by the total council and how many people are wearing personal protective equipment face masks zero zero. Jerry's this is joking about Jerry Nadler. Who then that really rings a bell but I just give me three mall. How you feel like the fads from New York because the congressman what you to do is the CAP. Okay here. We go culture where Baby Yeah Mission. Get this Kit Colin Kaepernick humor. That might be something you don't get i. I know who the guy asked. I've heard of them get the hell up. Niksic excited both were but a reporting humor like that might be. I know who the Guy I've heard of them for long shows. Fuck this the Knicks side. There's GonNa be a real fun editing you you're GONNA have a blast with the media. Just jump ahead okay. Yeah this is pretty bad. I'm sorry hodge twins. Maybe you guys will come back later. Oh yeah they're simulating simulating. Nothing funnier than this is nothing funnier than just some cool. Bro. Simulating a ale sex And now this looks like we're GonNa have some kind of Dr Phil Message Note. No sound ident- see. It's made Dr Phil. How y'all doing all come on folks how y'all Dylan? I am doing great during this doctor is. This is fun to lawyer now. The thing that he can't say y'all stayed home thing is not good at doing an impression himself. Because with this guy you gotta the hard times I think this is. Dan doesn't matter. You could put a Komo on a squirrel but it still won't speak Japanese her know what that means. I have no idea but he brings you put up with you and you would think watching this show. That were washing directly to unfiltered crazy. Phobic borderline shit right ballroom. My what interdiction as whereabout? Eleven minutes into the mark is that these are. Are you from a wet market? This is a strike of conservative entertainer. Slash personality know better than to do that on. Its his now former wait. They know better than just like the place. Some people they know enough to have people buried people color involves so that. There's some pasta tonight ability. They know the jokes that they can't law you. Are you know nothing on message? Swirled around didn't which I think you call yourself. It's proving it out with that. Life threats daggs like me the way that Japanese joke in a pool. Where well have he also kind of stepped away from it at the same time like? What does that even mean? I don't know like a little wink in an odd. That's eight hundred racism govern from get from this show. This is like a slightly more sophisticated. How's that work conservatism? That you think are and I feel like. That's basically is like writing that line but writing right up to the Lion Dale things. The think are edgy when people and another thing criticized for not funny. You're like oh the police are here to rule the fund can't take a joke in Thurston Panjshir that it's a joke counter. Are you sir about the sharpest virus in the shed? Okay countertops don't wasting your time and regular life funnier than because of that. Because they're not trying to self censor themselves like when they're around people where they can use the Edward actually make so you're asking if they word that's why don't think it's funny with their allowed to unleash new and fully racist. No it's not but how what you're doing for. No I don't agree pandemic. Everyone is crying about to me. I don't know I'm going to skip hassle Dr Phil Okay. Oh my God this is really long keeps going a as far as I can tell. He's doing this all in one. Take well they did get that right from the whole Saturday night. Live thing 'cause along the hajj twins did not though like you know a little bit of cutting all right so you might see this my cursor skipping around we're going to queue up the next whatever let's see what we got to go do. Does my face here at home. This is another one of these things. Okay so they're making fun of in this intro. Three women exactly like they look fresh off of to somebody's manager about how they are making fun of Free Vanc- Pelosi and her and her gase look go. I think it was on Jimmy. Kimmel wasn't where she does. She showed her birth twenty thousand dollar freezer. Filled with ice cream. With bring me of expensive is and this is the thing I'm saying. There's so many things that make fun of Nancy Pelosi about that. She's actually fucking she's absolutely terrible. And this shows you how out of touch however watching this out of touch conservatives actually are with what liberals think that one thing and that's where they aimed their targeted. They're like three degrees off to the left every single time this video these girls can't sync for show. Honestly I would give the Prophet Shit. Just let the level of humor on display during. This is just regular people. This is just silly. People people being. Yeah it's just a video that's something that should go out into the world and literally talented people. The world could sit down and just do this. Yeah this is like a a mediocre ticked off for their eating the ice cream. Think think is supposed to be a dig at Nancy. Pelosi Right Mansi Pelosi with your bow talks as see. I know what you do with your is getting pope. The that the the soundtrack eighty are kind of skipped off. Stopped working okay. We got a get now. This like something okay. Traditionally in the milieu of Spence got production value. This one has some production value in the milieu of Saturday night live. This looks like it would be the beginning of the OB Alec Baldwin Playing Donald Trump. But I can see just offscreen at if you looking at my screen right now where. I paused it. You can see that terrance Williams's right there about to enter. Don't think he's going to be playing. Donald Trump of. Maybe I'm wrong. Let's find out together. Okay normally knoller. Never Mind about. The risk was wrong okay. Autism Changing Day being needed deliver. The hats hours in the Bay with the Hassle in state. Do Anybody don't Oh my God no came anyway. This is I'm going to tell you why pissed off you and I don't see how how purchase. Okay let's get their Chico's comedy. They're they're largely candidate. Jewish Chico's Jewish guy. Now you can be funny now. There's not to about the views different pro different like you know. There's different cheat codes and comedy. I'm offended when people use it. Right now is just up up. Down down. Left is start all over this using. So there's no premise. Worth of eating fried chicken through and complained about obviously ask fair man. I think he's better better sponsored by Chico's Dave Veering Theresa Jewish. What audience because that's that's from an actual press conference? Let's see that he got the local movie out the movie. The movie was don't do owns two years. We feel will come on the whole little research. Williams save himself from his jokes. Earth of Joe earing right now. He was raised in. Terrance Williams was raised in foster care and group homes in Oklahoma City bombing in at a really tough upbringing. Based on what I've Read. That's on his own websites. Who knows what the truth is John. They tend to embellish the truth a little bit. But who knows really? Yeah so is it. Is this supposed to be at ease? The press secretary like if trump had a black press secretary is at the premise. That's interesting question because I don't think that there is any off as confident. I think it's just like cutting in from all trump's like recent like trump has been for a long time now doing during the during those our press conferences and say right like your attention the price but this room right now that you've got questions of officials like the ones. Here's I think Peter Beinart are. They're showing they're cutting in video. Peter Beinart deserve. That deserve a joke that you are in the beat. You do look at me when I'm talking to you. This is what lot of conservative a lot of conservative quote unquote comedy when it comes in with a political agenda. It's just very angry and it's a lot of it is like there's no joke built into it. It's just like sort of anger and like bath. What who do you think are terraces influences? Here who's trying to be Kevin Hart or maybe like a Dave Chapelle? Kevin Hart Has Punch Lines. I will say Chapelle doesn't really day Chapelle. Does this stick a little bit where he like? A lot of it is just laughing and just relation bed. A lot of the joke is his response. To the circumstances as opposed to punch I mean as far as style is concerned. I would say Chapelle or maybe like Martin by my way my way more Lawrence has got a strong Marc Lawrence five going now. These are huge compliments guy by the way yes loss because people who funneling which the dishwasher is no longer helping. Let's head over to nick in the character name. Nick can you tell them is his real name because look the Josias that he's multiple tension of dishes and this has caused a problem which has absolute business. I think what he's doing is making fun of like empty. Headed mainstream. Happy you know. We're tic- UNMANAGEABLE DELAYS TO HAVE THAT. Same coffeemaker Doctor. You all right. I remember that new development in the laundry crisis while we were expecting okay so the the premise of this is that that has the the mainstream media crisis out of everything in. I'm swapped laundry pajamas morning tonight. This local resident is saying dirty. Laundry is somehow magically appearing in his hamper. The premise of joke is that a thing where literally a million people have died the same thing. People is the same thing as people not knowing how to do their laundry. I guess is ten times as many nine eleven die every day. There's a new nine eleven in the country or nine eleven. A day is the same thing as your wine. It's not being clean and coming up at ten. How putting a isn't just an insult anymore. Could be saving your life. What's this is this guy like Colin? Jost type I asked me how I know the College Joses. I don't know what I like to. Steve Mudflow here we go. Here's I hope. Hope you're washing your hands you more than you did before at this time we need to be together on this. We need to keep everybody healthy happy and Saint. Does that point her. Everybody needs a little humor cuts. It's been twenty seconds. I'd like to introduce you to a cousin of mine she is. She's kind of a self help guru see kind of the trailer. Park Martha Stewart. You might say please welcome Mike Cousin. Corn Tina Caravan. Glad you could join the here my bedroom as you say. I like to keep my house in. My bedroom is cleaned my kitchen. So many people have asked me container. How do you take care of your long luscious hair? I mean I know you love your twin sister. T tell me that all the time -servative. I think lean our honesty Saturday night. Live is not funny either not at all first of all allied. You've heard you've heard my my unpopular theories just won't be on fuck me being on or Saturday night. Live garbage unpopular opinion of Saturday. Night live not that I. I'd love to get your reaction on it now on to excuse my never been. I wash my hair. You're saying if you look at Kyrie. Have these fallen curly memories of Saturday and remember those years on it of the handful of Funny Wolf. Farrell's sketches love just on both sides by tigers towers of funny oil. I learned you know I learned that from Bachelor. Shit where Mike Myers playing? He's playing like somebody in a grocery stores single. Yeah that's my feeling like going back and forth associate of Saturday night. Live training never had a period she. I'm not ready to agree with you. I am out of years. That's why I twenty good house. That feels that I can tell you what people and I hope you feel bad because like I got to do a thing with make. A disagreement friendly gave core gone making your checkup up. That's not good. And they tried to. They were trying to show me. I'm listening with Bill Hater. Love you everyone is a skit where bill hader goes at the premises that that he has to read off cue cards a bunch of names of ridiculous. Kinda profound FEM club kid or whatever regaling me when these stories about his stand Joe Senior and his mom gene and the neighborhood saying up to a sleeping your by but he said he was GonNa Pool Dance and the phone bucket theory. Mother Jeanne got him bread bowls and how is that he could make work more than thirty more seconds? She said Joey. If it doesn't it doesn't seem like he has any editors or producers that aired featuring anything so I think he can make it go. Technically for an hour and a half. Oh Guy it can get pretty lonely for you know you find yourself hanging out in the park catching invisible fly balls from people that don't exist. Oh Hey got back. Skip the this. This is going to say this is the first bit escaping beeped out okay. They beeped out. The word fucking but not the word retarded so make of that. What you will there. Yeah Ver- segment that. I can see people finding funny. I will say even mean this is like dumb before before jackass came out. There were hidden camera shows and like eggs that. What do you call that reaction shows? Yeah before Youtube before Jackass. There were like I feel like their popularity lame on ABC or on CBS. There were like really lame reaction in Alachua else. Okay I think this is the this is the shit that were shriver. Can't believe this crap Alec Baldwin Goddamn Movie Star I should ever crew kind of Lebanon running over there at SNL. This is somebody if you're watching on can do about my own apartment. It's set quieting posted their post mates guy from Kellyanne. Remember Frank Kellyanne. He's supposed to be like Frank. Kelly Endo type hilarious hilarious. Could you shut those kids up bit against the moment? They'll born hilarious. Do you mind. I'm trying to sketch here. Stop pumping up. The babies in the breast smell hilarious. My wife Barefoot and pregnant and number five is in the oven and again. This is a thing where they're making fun of. Alcohol was a public eric. Somehow for so long is so what should make fun? He called his twelve year. Old Daughter of pig on a voicemail Alec Baldwin is worst people on the planet. The least part of Saturday night live which it's crazy officially art or Saturday night live on every week. Most fully unfunny sketches this trash. What does he want John? Johnny W is funnier than I will say that promises. John D medical. I don't have time to talk. This is funnier than any of the sketch about trauma the Alec Baldwin Actual Sketches that I've seen the last blow by default milk. Exactly maybe absolutely by default by default. Funnier their iphone Tripod. Snl Riders Grit stagecraft stagecraft. Working okay I need a cameraman. Osama here deep thirty thirty minutes this myself but this has a call. How did you trump like this total dollars? Lauren there's no way this. Ghanaian you all just letting for the audience really knows a lot about and he knows things cost for the for the most for the most part like when you ask you about Word Yourself. Whatever just say the diapers nothing? I can't imagine the script shed that thing that he was a yoga. I I think just it was just had talking could just the states scored. I think you would to tear this video that we're being down and translate offspring deplorable Saturday night and make fun of us. Making fun of this fluid live from again. Bite him on Saturday. Mrs Twitter again. You the funny thing about these guys. Hadn't they serve a kiss this? Why didn't we start with with that? Wait so have. We just been watching a thirty one minute. Has this been a thirty one? Minute and trump. What if there's like an hour long behind the scenes of this? It's just starting over again. It's the same thing going three times. Why did I think that with with my projects in this great starting over? I thought we had another hour of this ship out or where the video gets more plays on facebook or something of. It's longer way me with okay. So they're doing the Speaker Pelosi bit again folks. If you're watching at home you can see going on like we got a lot to talk about but you know I'm from the South Africa's so wait. They just ran the same thirty minutes. Yeah they just copy and pasted the same show in three times to make the time line and then uploaded the video. Like that yeah. Is that what Saturday live does? Why is this one a little longer? Dave what did we just? I WANNA WATCH. The ice cream song again can watch over time with the pregnant lady. Sure and the husband who you can tell us like a real character does not want to be there. Look the husband walks in and he doesn't want tiger so dave. What did we find out here? Content runtime twenty nine minutes. Maybe a content the best conservative the funniest conservative people that they can find body. A ago went out of her drive. So that's really unsettling the definition not strong enough to up to weight watchers. I don't understand what I'm so sorry I'm stuck on the I'm not gonNA to stop it on that image of an ass. Let's just put it on. Put It on our guy. It's floor our guy but I mean you got paid for this. What is America's? I was literally about to ask you that. Is HE GONNA make any money from this? Do you think they're paid him? Would America's voice. What is this? Call America's voice network? Is that a thing or did he make that up just to put this out under? No that's That's like a facebook group one of these shitty conservative like away an or epoch times. It's one of those type of type of of probably like very dubious foreign funding. You know like it's probably I don't I really honestly don't know what it is. It's like they paid him for ninety minutes and they didn't find out because they only watch the five minutes. This is great man. He said to the segment producer. The producer was like awesome putting it up tonight. Fit a ninety minute block. And he's like what's your pay Pal told. Take cash at so you would pay ten thousand dollars for the whole kit and caboodle. I WANNA see all of it up on the screen. Okay like are you got him in. I'M GONNA make sure I definitely don't green screen a White House background Zubkov God so this episode ended up being a lot shorter than you thought it would see and it was a good test. We were able to figure out how to do what we've been doing. I think we're expert at it now. I think so. It was clearly showing you stuff about second ahead of me. I think because there was a few times where you said something and then boom right away mick sense. That'll be glad that there's nobody watching written now. I thought about as add norberto is watching. But I'm watching. So I guess over Jose or my father-in-law Bertha number Delio. Of that's my father-in-law he was probably. I can't imagine him trying to figure out what the hell is happening on the screen. Right now you would just send me a text later like good job David. Thank you did good on your television. Show very something. Very supportive at all. Yeah man so why we're doing this. We're reporting. Let's let's talk about. I think next one should be the plan movie. Yeah like this. I'm looking forward to that. You know which interestingly I think you should watch it first but go ahead okay. Interestingly we we've been laughing about how. This is thirty minutes repeated three times. You know so that. Everybody says it's a full film as if they've watched it everybody's like have you watched the whole movie. You have to watch the all these maniac eight minutes or something. It's twenty five. Minutes is twenty five twenty five minutes okay but the guy who made it Mickey Schloss. I'm not sure this making Schloss or something. The Guy who made it is very clear. Actually in the social media he's like. This is a treatment. I forget what he calls it. It's basically a treatment though it's a twenty five minute cut of the core. The main woman the woman who is his longtime you know vaccination denier this. This woman who used to be Always was is very controversial Member of the scientific community and member of the public health system and Like I think that she was the biggest get for the documentary and so they were like okay while we finish whatever kind of post production they need to do on that shit but he he basically is like okay. Well let's cut that part out the twenty her twenty five minutes and put that out and then. Yeah but I'm seeing the same thing you're seeing where a lot of people are saying like you know like you'll you'll you'll see somebody writing about it and a bunch of people will be like this shit. This is bullshit and they'll be like well. Have you watched the movie? I actually watched the whole movie. There's no neither have you dumb ass. Yeah because they only put out a little twenty five minutes snippet of it. Here's my prediction. I think there's going to be some sort of legal wranglings and back and forth like that. They're not going to get to put out the whole thing. Oh Man I also predict that might cost there. Yeah there might not be well. You know what's helping. It's 'cause is youtube trying to take down right would face in trying to take down so much credit exactly. It's with all the people who are prepared to think along those lines. I realized that if my fan on this entire time so the quality honey heard it or anything. Yeah now because it's consistent that's why So say that to say this. I think that we should. We should watch that twenty minute cut and do one of these Because I don't think the full one is ever going to come out. I don't think if there's like a two hour version of that movie out there somewhere out of the wherever GONNA see it. I think that sounds like a great idea and I think I should. I should be forced to watch it and so in that in that context at least be fun. Let me ask you this. Can you watch it? What would you think is better? Should we watch it? It's only twenty five minutes. Should we watch it and then come in with notes and like picking apart or should we watch it? Kohls and try to like try to catch up to it. I felt like this would scared me off of watching this? I was the runtime and invite of known. Who's a fucking scam and that it was actually only played twenty eight minutes long. I watched IT I. I would have written some jokes To to to to pepper in their likewise with this plant dynamic thing. I'd like to come in with a little four armed with a little bit of knowledge of like who this guy is Some of the key points about this woman which I've read out there like some criticism of her entire career has been like it's mostly making claims that are fully shand releasing studies that ended up getting a lot of what happens with her is her studies. We're going deep on this. We can save it for the next episode. May but like my understanding is that this woman like she puts out studies that claim something that claimed things that are like earth shaking and You know and then later. Scientists AREN'T OTHER. Scientists are not able to repeat her results which that's kind of a key tended of the scientific method is like repeatability. Like you know you put water in a freezer and every time it's GonNa turn into ice cubes and like you know. Nobody's been able to repeat the things that she that she Claims are true which are at the core of her vaccine. Denial so I think I don't know I think I'm GonNa Watch it and I think I'm going to try to do some research. I would encourage you to do the same thing and have maybe some jokes commentary ready. I duNno I'll at least jump around it And you can probably watch a podcast like you could probably just listen to the audio or something. I would think so. Yeah Right. It's a shitty documentary. So we'll we'll reconvene a week and And do that. I think it'll be fun so far this year for that one I'll promote it. I will actually put out a I guess like what would be group invite earn event. Yeah how would I do it and invite invite making events will We'll make it events of it will stream it the same way we did this. We got a lot of the bugs out on this run right. I mean yeah. I think it's got to know what we're doing. Now that it's all these other can work in twenty twenty. It's I don't think it could go any better. Everybody thank you so much for being on our on this. We've livestream before but just not like this. Yeah and thank you to Terrance Williams. Yeah if you ever want to come join us on a bird road episode with your absolutely not welcome. I'm not going down that path where I take. You're just you're just upset me because I'd laugh with him more than probably for all wrong reasons. Louis got there is something I kind of want to wrap up with on this like I was disappointed. And I'm going to tell you why the political part of this the political elements of this were so I guess in a Lotta ways similar to Saturday Saturday night live. I should not be that Surprise the political elements of this were so superficial But they didn't go deep and I'm not expecting like You know I'm not expecting Louis. Ck levels of comedy out of you know people who bill themselves as quote unquote conservative. Comedians are the conservative talent The line that made you laugh so much the conservative talent thing but I'm not expecting them to be great but I am expecting them to go hard. I was expecting some more culture where stuff the Colin capital yet. More more like something harder like come come harder. The bigger swing Be a little bit more mean I guess or just have some. I don't know little edge to what you're doing. There was no edge. It was all like Oh look Colin Kaepernick is you know is Kneeling Barack Obama bowing Oh you hey media you are the enemy of the people and it's like well it's like you said it is. It's very much like Saturday night. Live in that. It's just impressions and like that thing impressions. It's callback right. It's not monadnock. Good callback call back to real life where it's cold time. And he saw this week. We've just a bunch of shit that we all saw and we we all consumed at the same time so it it becomes kind of regurgitated right in a parody forum and So it's bad I I know and I was hoping for more out of this. I didn't expect much coming into into. I thought there might be some good jokes. I thought they might really bust on some of our favorites. They might really like really really go hard on Obama or maybe. I don't know go hard on like Nancy. Pelosi is such low hanging fruit. Yeah I know Bernie jokes as far as I remember Bernie. Yeah but you know what? That's that's the thing conservatives ten to steer clear of Birdie there's something going on there can't quite figure it out like not much Joe Biden Shit. I mean Joe Biden fertile ground. You could sit down in a day and write a write in entire fucking sketch about Joe Biden. That would kill. That would kill that a single job. I'd dementia joke not a single Joe Biden sexual assault joke which I I would not have ever thought they would put like. I mean Saturday night. Live of sure has alluded to Donald Trump's grabbed by the pussy right. I mean they've done that plenty of. Oh of course it's not beyond the Pale is what my point because the other thing that conservatives are always working against his that since they're like just infinitely more repugnant. People they get called on being repugnant. Way More so I think people like this guy who wants to be viable and Not Diamond Silk. Himself out of relevance he has to throttle back a little bit and he probably had a few good like rape jokes lined up. Was I can't not do that. Let's not do that and then Sensors or who knows maybe America's one voice or whatever the fuck things called told him to dial it back a little bit on that kind of intensity. I don't know I have a feeling now. I have a feeling that you know. No offense to this poor guy but I just don't think that he had anything like written. I don't think he actually took this reaction comedy. Is this all just like and more so even than that? It is some of that but more so even than that it's just characters it's characters that everybody does like right just basic comedic characters that are don't really apply to what they're you know. What the the idea of this whole thing was like incredulous guy. That says what's on his mind. Yeah exactly it's just heads egg that get into. Almost you know gay sex position like that. That's the joke. The joke is working out. Two guys working out means they're game or they might be gay right. That's the Joe. Nothing to do with With political stuff it. Yeah I mean unless it's see I think that maybe you and I for a lot for us. It's very dog whistles. Where like we don't get some of it and what I mean by that is like I think there's a culture element to it like. I'm thinking of the Hajj twins right. The Hajj twins doing their bit that ends in the simulation of gay sex with each other. I don't know why like that is a that's tuned in as a joke. Poking the left broadly in its acceptance of alternative lifestyles right like because I think what was going on was they were pretending to be they. Were pretend to be liberals Indus- density like the the the the charade was that they were PRETENDING TO BE LIBERALS BILL O. Here's our favorite liberal workouts like the Obama and the capper Nick right and then the the anal sex. I don't know but that's what the joke was for me. You Watch that. And it's just like watching a toddler jump up and down because we're just like it doesn't mean anything it's just like okay. Cool like you know but for them to their audience. I think it holds distinction. That's why it's essays were dog whistling because it's like the people who are supposed to get that will get it in the way that it's supposed to be served up and you and I aren't those people. I hope so for this Guy Sake that those people found it funny. Well I think this is going to be a weekly thing and I think that he's my thing. I think that they pulled this together Like last minute they through this together that there was much planning. I think that there these were some people that were on each other's rolodexes and they were taking. You have something by Saturday. Can you send me a file by Saturday? Yeah get you something of The three of us you know eating ice cream in the kitchen okay. Cool that'll work and then they just cut it all together. Probably Hoping Magic math where he was like. Oh I really hope does equals ninety minutes. I really hope as equals ninety minutes and then Gave up at like twenty eight minutes. What do you want to plug? As LONG AS WE'RE HERE? Oh you know what actually yeah this week? I got an interview with Bob. Buying ten. The Director of Francis Ferguson. Which is one of my favorite movies of two thousand twenty so far so check that out everybody around piecing together. What's Francis for about? It is about a substitute teacher. A woman who has an affair with a student and It's it's a comedy it's a very very very like pitch black dark comedy and is very strange and just just fantastic. It's one of the best on like Kinda breakout performances. First Time actress That I've seen in a long time and I think you would like it. So you should watch where. Ron is on Amazon prime. It's like a prime movie or whatever I mean they'll check it out. Okay that's it. Thanks Folks Goodbye C.

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Talkin' The Star: Getting Ready For Houston And Injury Talk

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Talkin' The Star: Getting Ready For Houston And Injury Talk

"What's this is talking to star podcast. I'm your host Connor Livesey. And today I'm only here with one of my co host that would be daunting Miller. You can find him on Twitter at Cowboys underscored db m. You can find meal Twitter at Connor NFL draft. We are missing coal Patterson today. He had some prior engagements yet to take care of, but still follow him on Twitter at Cole l Patterson. But we're here today to talk to star with you preparing the Cowboys game this week. They take on the Texans at in RG stadium, Sunday night, football. In week, five to try to improve to three and two on the season, Texas trying to get two to three on the season. So it's gonna be a tough battle ballot, Texas. What do you think Don? Who do you think a started off? He think who's got who's got a chance to win well into that. We're gonna dig. But yeah, I'll get into that in the end, but I really do believe that there there is a a little bit of a rivalry here. Now I wanna talk about rivalry. It's kind of one sided. The Cowboys kind of you the Texans as a little brother and the little brother really, really wants to beat up on the big brother. So it's sort of a one sided rivalry couple that with the fact that they are one in three and they are fighting to get back into the the discussions in that division. The Cowboys were trying to hang on towards the top. I think it's gonna be a good game. I mean, in when you get into to these kind of dogfights these fistfights it, it's going to be entertaining. Even if it's a knockdown drag out thirteen ten game. I think the the physicality and the the way that they play the energy that is going. To be at NRG stadium. It's gonna be fun to watch either way. Yeah, no doubt, you know, Sunday night football seems to always be, you know, exciting energy levels always high. And I'm going to be in Houston this weekend, or you're going to the game. Now, actually coming back Sunday morning, I have. I have a thing, but we'll talk about that thing. We'll talk about that thing off the air. Okay. Okay. Gotcha. All right. Well, cool. Let's so let's dive into the Cowboys offense against the Houston defense. It's kind of a interesting matchup because Texans really struggle defending the run in it really struggled defending the past, but they do put pressure on the quarterback. Those things normally don't really go with each other. It's it's actually, you know, something that you don't really ever see when a team really gets after the quarterback. They seem to be pretty good defending the past, but that hasn't been the case for the Texas defense. They have in my opinion, one of the worst secondaries in the league, they got tired Matthew. But other than that, the secondary's really doesn't scare me. Jonathan Joseph, I don't think is a great quarterback, Aaron, Kovin. He he's mediocre. Like I said, Tarn Matthews, it kinda hit or miss player. He can be really good. He can be disastrous at times. But you know, Kareem Jackson's decent player, he's on injury report for them. We'll talk about him later and then you got rookie Justin Reed who has played pretty well for him. Some interesting to see how he plays this week, but the Cal was when you look at it match up pretty well against Texas defense, what you say. So. You know, I would only issue that I have with with our offense against their defense is their defensive line, which is. Pretty Sout when you have today. The guy who who moves around who plays multiple positions gives you different looks. I really think that they're going to try to get him on the inside a little bit going up against looney and Connor Williams because you you don't wanna to get into a fistfight for the entire game with tyrant Smith. I think that there was a stat the came out for PF today that said he gives up a pressure like one in every forty five drawbacks, which. PF being what it is, especially when it comes to the offense of line. You take that statistic with a grain of salt. But he is still one of the best in the league even though from what we've seen he has given up a couple of pressures, I wouldn't say most of them are his fault, some timing office nap count where he just really never had a chance on his kick step to actually gain enough depth to to to stop a guy. But other than that, I do feel good. I don't think this is a great secondary, and I think that the offense of line blocking against the three four is going to be able to create holes for Zeke to run through. You know, it's it's funny because you're kind of what I would I touched on before we go going. There is when you look at the just the match of when you look at what the Texans do? Well defense, which is rush the passer. Usually you say, okay, the Cowboys handle that pretty good. You know they can handle the really good rushers really well, we haven't seen that too perfect extent this year, but you think, okay, that should almost even out maybe. The Texans get a little bit of an edge when you kind of look at the way the the Cowboys office line has blocked last few games, but like you said, they don't play the run all that well, and that's what the Cowboys wanna do. They wanna run the football. So I kind of look at it. You know, we've kind of talked about it off the air. You know a couple of hours ago. You kind of brought up if Houston, Texans defense in the Cowboys defense, both get five sacks apiece you as thank the game. And I said the Cowboys because I think they're going to run the ball. That's what they're gonna do. They're going to say, you know, that's what they did last week against the lions win in a rush, twenty five times. I think that's going to be the same plan this time. If they can run the ball twenty five times I think they went his football game because that means that's means not having the throw the ball a lot. And I think in a perfect situation, they wanna run the ball twenty five times. They wanna throw the ball twenty five times and they wanna control the clock and they want to score twenty five points. I think in a perfect situation, that's how the Cowboys win think that's what they did last week. I think what's gonna be the the deciding factor here is if that can play like he did last week against the lions. I think the win this football game, maybe not rather easily, but they will win it. You know, hopefully without having to kick game when field goal like they did last week, I don't think they're playing the caliber quarterback as they did last week this week. So I think that will affect the amount of points that Houston's it will put up but staying on the offense assigned the ball, you know, like I said, you kind of look at it, you go, okay. The Cowboys should be over on the ball with pretty pretty easily. They should be able to throw the ball pretty easily give or take a, you know, a Sakya sack here sack there. Thank the rec- risk and create separation against cornerback. She think Colby's Lee can can get open against, you know, a guy like Tarn Matthew who plays a lot of slot plays down in the box. So really the offense, I think matches out rather well against the Texans defense. It's just like you said, be all about stopping that pass, rush. With j. j. watt unclogging. But the guy who I think's and under the radar guy for them who I'm gonna write about tomorrow's Whitney mercilus. He's a very good player who affects the run. He does affect the pass rusher a lot as well. Do you have any concerns about him? Russian, the pastor playing the run. He's kinda like their third guy that I kind of look at which thoughts on him. How do you think he'll impact this game? He's he's pretty good. You know with the spot. But yeah, no. With with this team, it's a. I don't think it really matters, and this is going to sound really cocky. With the way that the offense looked last week and I know that it wasn't a great defense. They were facing, but we're to the point in the season in seasons past twenty, sixteen in z. got into a groove last year with this offense of line under a new coach, a new offense of line coach this year has started to come together when it comes to the run blocking. I don't know if it really matters who lines up against them. Like I think that I totally believe that we will run for a hundred and fifty yards every game. If we commit to run if we don't get down to early and I think that we will average over four yards carrying every single game. That's how I feel about this offense of line when it comes to run blocking because some of the holes that Zeke Elliott ran through and what Zeke did so well last week and it's something that I hadn't seen up to that point with. He was very patient. At the line of scrimmage, not to the point where he wasn't deciding on what holes the hit, but being patient enough to see a whole open up, especially when it came to those outside zones. So. Mercilus cloudy watt. They're all going to get. There's on plays here and there, but I don't think it's going to be enough to make a difference when it comes to the run game. Yeah, I I agree in. That's that's the big match up the we talked about it again off the air, not. I think it was yesterday that it's kind of funny when you go around the league and you look at, you know, the teams tendencies, what they wanna do. There's not many teams that are just out, right. You know, this is what we're trying to do every week in the Cowboys are one of the ones that do that. They come out every week. Every team knows what they're trying to do. They're trying to run the football. There's not a lot of teams that do that in their very successful in doing that. So you look at it and they come out, we're going to run the football. That's something the Texas struggled against struggle. You know, weekend week out with stopping the run, no matter who they they've went up against. So that's, that's just that's what the Cowboys do in that benefits with. They're trying to do, but, but let's talk about the other side of the football quick. Again, we, we've talked about the the wide receivers against the Cornerbacks. We think that they can be kind of a equal matchup maybe even given the benefit of the Dallas Cowboys receivers, we've talked about how the Cowboys should dominate the run game and real quick. I wanna talk about the receivers. I like that this past week, they went with more of a core group. I still the Cowboys receivers, and I still believe that you need to get him on Austin more snaps, and I will fight to the end of time to abolish the in line tight end unless you have somebody like a will. This somebody who is a blocker, I at the tight end position, why are we trying to block the -fensive ends with the with tight ends, especially these titans that we have on this football team. Jeff, Wayne is an adequate blocker, but he is not great by any any stretch of the imagination. SP. Spread the offense out at gives equal opportunity to make is miss in space, give him less linebackers on the field. I can't agree more, but let's get into the Cowboys defense against the Houston offense. You know, it's it's no secret that the Texans come out with a high powered often. It's they have, you know, been pretty pretty solid, offensive, not quite as good as they were last year. I don't think the quarterbacks been quite as good week on the score twenty points to scored seventeen three. They put up twenty two in week three. They've scored the, it says, thirty seven. They had a defensive touchdown, so it's hard to hard to really that us thirty seven offense points. But. What are they gonna do offense. You know, the running game has not been good. Lamar Miller has not been a great running back. That's partly due to his. His physical talent in offense align has not been a good run blocking unit it all or pass blocking unit off for that matter. So the offense align struggled, running game struggled. So they're kind of a one dimensional offense in that storing the football, but they are very good at that. They have the jury Hopkins who atop three, four, five at worst wide receiver in the NFL, the will fuller who's a big play receiver vertical threat guy. And then they got Kikuchi who's been coming along playing very nicely as a rookie out of Texas Tech. They have plenty of weapons on offense to be that air raid offense, throw the ball over the field, get into the Andrey Hopkins, get downfield a will fuller who you most worried about on that offense for me, it's no question the Andre Hopkins, but I think you also have to be concerned with what the other. Options as well who's gonna be the difference maker in this football game for the Houston offense. I'm I'm excited to see how they line it up. Are I know that. I know that Byrum plays on the right side of the defense. I know that who's EA plays on the left. I'm wondering if it some point they are going to move them around winning when it comes to situations like this, where with Byron Jones's he's got a little bit more length than. Our guys should obey. So is he going to follow around the Andrea Hopkins, how much would you love to see him? Go all around the field with the Audrey. I mean. The idea sounds good, but I don't know how much. The game, what a wondering and I know that Chris Rashard doesn't like to do that. He likes to stick guys where they are. So what I'm worried about is that they are going to put Dion get beyond during Hopkins in the slot quite a bit on the opposite side on the right side of the offense where he's going up against either Brown or a woozy, and we've seen a woozy with really nice coverage, but he had Kenny, Kenny golladay, catching contested, passes against him. Imagine what the Andre Hopkins is going to be able to do in those situations. Now he doesn't have Matt Stafford throwing the ball. He has to John Watson, who is an as good of an arm talent as which matters effort is. But. Hopkins is better than any of the receivers that should obey woozy. I saw last week and. Amaury about that, but a really worried about. Brown in the flat against KiKi could Kutai if he's healthy, it's we've seen he's got a little bit of a hamstring thing, so we'll fuller. So that might be are saving grace those hamstrings. 'cause we're able to battle the hamstring with Sean Lee. 'cause we actually drafted a linebacker which we all hate it at the time and are all putting our foot feet norm oust. But. If if they're not one hundred percent and that can help if they are hundred percent, we might have some trouble. Yeah, I mean, kind of going back. I'm not worried I'm not worried about the run game at all at all. And I think kinda talking. You know it in, I'm kinda putting words in your mouth. So if I'm if if if what I'm saying strong cut me off, but I'm not really worried about. Who's EA on Hopkins, like it all. Like I think I don't. I really don't think could've played any better coverage than he did last week. I think Matthew Stafford made straight up just perfect, throws in perfect spots that really the only thing he could have different is get his head around a second quicker in think that's something that just might might. He might be a little bit better, but but again, I don't think Watson is throwing those perfect. Football's it. Matthew Stafford was throwing against a woozy. I think that if Hopkins does get lined up on Tuesday that it's gonna be fifty fifty on, you know, Hopkins catch a few woozy. AO defend a few. I think it's going to be a lot more even out than it was last week. Yeah, they're not. They're not gonna go, eight free. I mean, that's definitely out of his mind last week, like straight up just about as good as you can possibly play, which says a lot that they ended up losing that football game, but it was just Watson, isn't that guy at a? He hasn't shown he played well against. Indianapolis. But again, Indianapolis has very weak defense. Very weak. Secondary, very roster. Yeah, the roster's leak. You know, the fact that game winning overtime, they won. You could say they won on a wing in a prayer because of what the decision was to the colts did on offense. They're to kinda, I guess, lose the game. You know, I'm not gonna fault the decision because I don't necessarily hate it as much as a lot of people did, but they were trying to win the football game a spot where you normally wouldn't end. They lost it on a field goal in overtime. So. I just don't. I don't know how much you take that win and go, oh man, that win scares us. Because technically, you know, if if the colts wanted to play that game of different way, they could be, oh, and for right now, you know, not saying that that's a given, but it's just something to think about in and say, you know, the offense hasn't though plex offense his underwhelmed from what we kind of expected to become in this year with. Yeah. And I think that people saw that that small sample size to Shawn, Watson, put out and I, it's kind of the same thing with with what happened with Dacca little bit is you think that guy's defense is have a whole off season to to watch all these quarterbacks that they're about the face in the upcoming season, and you see how the guy plays. So you have all that tape on and you have those seven games or however many games he played? Yeah, he bawled out of his mind, but teams didn't really know what to expect. Now, what I like when I watched them play in that colts game is they ran some different concepts that this team, this Cowboys team, Connor struggles with a little bit. They will run a little bit of option, which is something that we did not defend. Well, when it came to the Carolina game, they ran a believe it was in the red zone or it might have been on. It might have been on a third-down where. They had to pick up one or two, but they ran a speed option out of. Under from under center, which is something that you just never see in the NFL anymore. So they, they do like to mix it up, may have the quote unquote now, one of the quarterback, Bruce as their head coach. So I mean, we'll see it's a complicated offense, but I think that this team has physical enough fast enough to kind of punch that offense in the mouth, and I really don't believe they'll be able to to run the ball whatsoever on them if it comes down to just trying to pound it, if they tried to mix things up in run some read option, I think that to Shawn Watson can get a few yards here and there. He's not the most athletic quarterback in the world, but he can pick up some yards on the ground with his legs. Yeah, no doubt, no doubt I Rueda quick break, come right back and get into the injury report. Talk about some of these injuries for both squads in talk a little bit about Terrance Williams in what. Going on with him, and then we'll, we'll talk some more about some of these other guys on each roster as we talk prepare you for the Cowboys Texans, the Sunday, seven twenty. In our stadium is a Catholic, try to improve to three two. On the season. We'll be right back in for ticket. Quick break. We're back on the talking to star podcast. I'm your host Connor lives. You can find meal Twitter at Connor NFL draft. I'm here with my co host today. Miller. You can find him Twitter at Cowboys underscored db m follow our other co host on Twitter at Cole, l Patterson. He is unfortunately not with us tonight as he has prior engagements, but me Donahue to prepare you for this Cowboys. Texans game this Sunday, eight twenty eastern standard time. Seven twenty central time at in our g stadium in Houston. Let's dive into this injury report Daunton. I know you got it up in front of you. Go ahead and read off some of the the Cowboys injury report will go through the whole thing just to let you know who showed up on the injury port and then we'll kind of go through our concerns and then we'll get to the Texans injury report and go through their thing and see if there's anyone who may be missing for Houston, but go ahead and started off with douse enter injury report, please. Yes. So we'll start at the top pave on often your wide receiver, web web. Back, whatever you want to call him wasn't full participant in practice. He has that the shoulder thing that I think he got, you know, quote, unquote injured on that, you know, would be touchdown, catch to nobody woozy as an ankle. He was limited both Wednesday and Thursday Beasley with an ankle was limited Wednesday and Thursday. I'm hoping that that one's not too bad. 'cause we need his ankles Malinche Collins. He has a knee. He was also limited both days. Zeki Elliott was a full participant said he had one of the best ones day practices ever had. I think that he is completely locked in Travis. Frederick. Still Randy Gregory miss practice today. He was in Chicago, nothing to nothing to see their Jeff heath. Is has a an injury hurt pride, but he was a full participant in practice today. And yesterday it's actually his neck. I believe he is a stinger shirt, DeMarcus, Lawrence. What a bit of a shoulder thing. He was limited both days. I don't expect him to miss any time. Sean Lee will not play again. His hamstring still shot. Terrence Williams, not injury related, did not practice either day on it says it's not injury related, but I, I keep hearing about him being off the feel like they're, but off to the side working of with one of the trainers about his foot. So I don't know what's going on with that situation. We might talk about that here a little bit, but molasses one is our boy, Antoine woods who was limited vote days with a calf injury. Yum, actually. Glad. I guess. Glad maybe glad the wrong word to say that. I see that at least woods doing something in practice because the initial word was that he might miss a couple of weeks. So I don't want to say, I'm glad that he's not injured to the full extent that I thought he was, but I'm glad to see not fully out. I was. I was until Wednesday. I was under the impression that he was probably gonna miss some time, but will say. Yeah. I mean, like I said, I'm glad that that that it's not quite a series as we thought it was. Like you said, I don't expect Sean Lee to play this week probably wouldn't expect in play next week either just from kind of what I'm hearing can do. And I think that if late inventor, she was playing the way he is. There's no reason to rush back in just let 'em he allowed, maybe even let them go into the by to get that extra arrest. Accurate valuing did wanna talk about that require his trade valley? No, no, no, no. Oh, okay. Weeps. If you follow me, you know, I did not like the leading vendors pick at all kind of destroyed it Hanes. Her fake. He's played really well, but I also think his level players get blown out of proportion a little bit because he has played better than a lot of people thought he was because I still see some things on tape that I'm not, you know, extremely like, okay, he's, you know, he's played well, I'm forgetting about the things that I'm worried about. 'cause he's still showing some things that I am worried about tape it again. He's played ten times better than I thought he ever would in this early. So I don't even wanna make it sound like I'm still hating because I'm not. I think he's played well, I've actually come out and say that I was wrong, you know, just played perfect in your Hainer see. And that's where I think people literally think that like they think that he's playing like rookie of the year. Listen, your adak rider, and you're an LVN. E halo, I guess, I guess that's, but I don't know. I mean, I think you've even said, if you times to that some of tax you're making, you know, seven eight yards down the field. He still has to play with more physicality more aggressiveness with more instincts at that position to instead of making that fueled six yards down the field, a few shot the gap or taking on a blocker a little bit quicker. It could have been for two yard loss, and that's the things let me see. For me. He looks like a guy who's played fifteen, eleven on eleven games in his life. You know what I mean? So it's I'm really, I'm way like I knew that his ceiling was high. I said that on Twitter, I think it was yesterday. I knew that the guy ceiling was high. I had no idea. He would be at this level. All ready mean the dude must be a sponge because he looks completely different than he did even in his film and he got better every week in his film. That's what people liked about him so much. You can see him getting more comfortable with the game football, but there were still things especially in the. Physical part of it taking on blocks, especially and you know, Brian Pollinger who is a fantastic followed by the way. I don't know why wasn't following him until today, but he did a fantastic breakdown right foot right shoulder into a Lee block for the fullback and kind of blue the the gap up. I mean, it was it was perfect, but those kind of things that you need to see all the time. You need to see him with his block recognition and have that snap, like Sean Lee does, and that only comes with getting in there watching the film being around Sean Lee who I mean, just retired me coach at this point. Man save us to seven million dollars next year. Yeah, I I don't wanna feel like a hater because like I grew up watching on the at Penn State, like I am from Pennsylvania. All my buddies went to Penn State. I love Sean Lee more than anything that he can't stay healthy be. I don't disagree with you, but that might be a little bit of a reach, but it's getting there. I'm totally like like saying that right now is a little bit, but let's do the point where he's in like the Tony Romo portion tweet aware. That out two weeks ago, I was like Sean Lee, turning into Tony Romo bone. It's becoming an issue like, yeah, you love the player. You love. While they knew hand trust him, you cannot trust him one bit and they knew it on second. He puts on his home it and gets on the field there. Everyone who's watching the game is going. He's gonna get her every time he every time he takes on a block going. Okay. Okay. It's just it's annoying. They in the organization new. I thought that they drafted him because they still didn't believe in Jalen Smith little that. I know that they believed in Jalen Smith coming back this year being as he is. I think that they drafted him because they knew that this was going to happen. They are molding Sean, these replacement. Miniature or Jim Smith? No, I think I think they men rash, Sean lease replacement. I think that Jalen Smith is the Mike. Yeah, that's that's. That's, I mean, that's where I would play too. I think that you wanna play him. It will enjoy Mike. I just like I still. We totally went off track. We're talking about linebackers now talking about into report how much time we got, we got ten minutes so we can get wing it in for the next break. But. I think Jalen Smith has exceeded everybody expectations with kind of what I just talked about. LV still got some concerns about him. He needs to take better angles when he's taken. I just still don't know if he physically can is what I'm worried about because I see it so often that like he has a chance for tackle for a loss in instead of like change in direction going for the tackle for. I know that they teach in this is where we don't know exactly what's happened. Even though we watched the tape, we know what's going on like he's got an assignment in that assignment might be to set the edge, allow Damian Wilson or latent Vander to run free to the football, run free in the ball carrying there. So many times where I feel like he's like he runs head onto a blocker instead of getting around the block and making the tackle in the backfield. That might be, like I said, the situation where that's what he's supposed to do in some is supposed to be coming behind him to clean it up. But there's so many times feel like he just changed the direction. In slightly earth, he'll shaded A-block or shed a blocker, you know, instead of running head on seems like too many times he's running head on collision with a blocker where he could of tried to shed the block, and he coulda had a tackle for loss. And I just don't know physically, he doesn't trust himself to, you know, change direction that quick what, but I still have some concern. I think he's put well. I think he's played fine, but I still don't know if I'm like you said like, I don't know if I'm ready to say, okay, late rush. Take over for Shawn, the Jalen Smith. You're the Mike, let's run with it because I still see some things from both of those guys that concern me. And of course, like you said, it makes so much sense. 'cause vanishes played, would you say fifteen games of eleven man? Football in Jalen Smith has played, you know, I know you can kill all of last year, but half of that was them holding his hand along the way. Gonna go play twenty snaps than get off the field. So those guys are still so. So fresh still so raw in the process. So hopefully they clean it up and they, you know, play this level that I think they both can't play at because that would be huge. Allow you to save some money would allow you to trust these guys a little bit more. So let's get into this Texans replying. Yeah, I got. I got. I got. I got two quick things before we get to the Texans, hopefully Kobe's. Okay. Because when he's healthy, nobody can guard him one on one in man, coverage on guard, -able dude is and to and this is completely off topic. Not even our team, not even the Texans. But if I asked you how many receiving yards do you think Julio Jones has this year? What would you say. Four games don't look it up. I'm not three twenty five hundred to. Yeah, he's a frigging monster, but he doesn't have touchdown. So we're all appointed ridiculous. I literally have, I don't care. It's a fantasy thing. Like if you're getting your team down the field with that much ease in day, can't find another way to score touchdowns because defenses just completely zoned in on you in the red zone. That's on the offense coordinator in the offense. He is atop too wide receiver. The NFL I don't care what anybody says. Yeah, it's not like they're not scoring touchdowns anyways. Let's let's get back through you. Wanna go over the Texans injuries yet. I know they're, they're in report like Cowboys was rather long. So instead of going through the guys who were like on injury report, but our fullest just go through the limited in the guys who aren't practicing, kinda see where you know somebody might miss a game because if they're practice in full right now, on that report, the day should be good to go. Okay. Just go through the limited in the d. peas for now. You want me to do that. Okay. So Aaron, colon with an ankle hasn't practiced both days. Mint rust up, you know, get better men but don't get better this week. Yeah, absolutely. A David clowney, he was limited Wednesday, but he was a full participant on Thursday. Sammie Coates doesn't matter KiKi. Was limited both days with hamstring as well as will fuller with the same injury. Let's talk about because those are two guys played well, and I know they're limited most of the time when you're limited. You know this, this early on, you try to practice in a full Friday you end up playing, but if those guys are banged up, you know, maybe one of MRs that would be huge because I mean, again, de'andre Hopkins on one side, willful on the other KiKi Gucci in the slot. That's a dangerous dangerous ride receiver, quarter thin. So one of the you take one of those guys out of the equation that makes Sammie Coates or that makes a Bruce Ellington slide in. It's such a less scary wide receiver quarter defend. So cross your fingers at those guys get healthy, but also cross your fingers that maybe they're not healthy enough to play on Sunday night. Yeah. All right. So next we get to the big one, the Andrea Hopkins with multiple injuries here, thumb ankle, and hamstring what is going on in Houston with these wide receivers, and they're hamstrings as this just something that they blanket. Do they literally have four wide receivers with hamstring injuries. That's incredible. Incredible, sustained Texas, I think. Yeah, I could be, but it's hot down here. They should be warmed up. Jonathan must be Johner. Could be that. I don't know. I don't know what's going on in Texas. Hey, don't talk about our barbecue barbecue strenuous. He can lodge. Bury me inside of that place in never let me out Jonathan Joseph with a groin injury has been limited both days feel for him. I feel for anybody with a groin injury. Calamander. Calumny Holly. You said Sanyo I think you said it right the first Mezei till metha- maybe. Terrible with names like John Leger right now, here's a knee injury. He was limited both days, and then we have a Lamar Miller with a chest injury who was limited both days. Before you move on. Remember in two thousand fourteen maybe to us fifteen maybe were everyone in Kabul. Twitter wanted Lamar Miller to play for the Cowboys. You don't remember that once missed, I missed what you said. I'm sorry, everyone on Cowboys. Twitter, I wasn't quite like that to the point where like I had a voice in like people actually listen to what I said. I was just listen to those people, but they were like, Cowboys need to give Lamar Miller, whatever he wants right him. Remember when he was leaving Miami, he has been like probably the most disappointing player to come always been. He's been in Houston where they can't run the ball. Yeah, I mean, but I know offense line stink. So it's not all his fault, but still you, you would have thought that at that time that he was the best player to ever walked the planet in. He's been so under like people are drafting him number one overall in fantasy thinking he was just gonna be the next big thing. He's just been what at, you know, average at best but keep going. I just wanted to bring up that. Okay. So after him, Brian Peters inside linebacker with an ankle injury did not practice either day and JJ watt was scien-. Jerry was limited on Wednesday, but practice fully on Thursday, cherise right Goerner back. Has a shoulder injury. He was limited both days. He also does not have a picture on the Texans injury report. That's all. Okay. Okay. So they're banged up. In the secondary sales. Everybody's, everybody's bang their whole rosters banged up right now backing up at wide receiver. I'm not. We just talked about the colts roster in how bad their roster is. I feel like if you had to ask me which roster and least familiar with like just normal names that I would normally no feel like it's probably the Texans who are close second because. I do not know about a lot of those guys. And I mean, I'm not trying to brag and sand Nolan about everyone's roster, but I feel like I could tell you a lot of people's fifty. Third man, I'm not sure I know their fifty. Third man. Dude, I. When I was talking about life, I was trying to name guys that were on the patriots, and I didn't even get ten. Really that team is, I mean, they they do have a Lyles right now bottom. Yeah. Yeah, but that's they still win games. So I know. I mean, it's obviously hasn't been great this year, but somehow they still in football games. I mean, I know why. You know why everyone listening. This should know why, but it's crazy man. Coach in matters. I don't care. I don't care what people it's such a big deal, but both teams are pretty banged up right now. Dallas doesn't have a lot of serious injuries other than Sean Lee, but man, that injury report for both of those teams is lengthy in, you know, it sounds like you know one serious for either team other than Sean Lee is gonna miss a game. You know, I think it was a surreal slut. Right. You said that hasn't practice yet, or is he limited both days now? Coleman that hadn't practice yet in. Right, right. Has not brackish. Oh, no, no, right. Has. Been limited. Bryant, Brian Peters and Aaron Colva new app. So their second year is a little banged up that something keeping an eye on there already, not very good. So if you have some injuries in secondary that could help the passing attack for the Cowboys out even more again, I just think when you look at the match ups, when you look at the injuries, you look at the match ups to Cowboys. Look, good going into this game. You know, they run the football, the Cowboys the, you know, the Texans, don't defend the run. You know, the Cowboys liked to throw the football a little bit, not a whole lot, but when they do, they can kind of fee storm bad secondary's Houston is in a very good secondary in their little bit banged up. It's going to be all about the protection. Yup. You just gotta give Dak Prescott enough time to feel comfortable in their run block in you protect him. They should win this game pretty easily because I think you're gonna defend. Houston's offense will maybe not perfect. You know they might put up twenty points, but I think you should score twenty five to twenty eight against this defense you should with which you wanna do. If you do what you wanna do. If you built your team this way you should be able to go out control the clot score touchdowns move the chains. If you don't, it's either that executioner bad coach in which we can run it all back to the same thing. So execute. Call good place, control the clock. Do what you wanna do this review. Wait, wait, did you decide Kalkin place. I mean, that's true. That is not as sure. Sure. Good luck only in certain situations, do they call it plays, it seems like, but just run the two minutes the whole time that should Merck. Irena take phone break. Combat, give our game day predictions. Get you out of here as preparing you for the Cowboys at the Texans, the Sunday Sunday night football will be right back after a brief break. We're back talking to star podcast. I'm your host Connor Livesey with my co-host dot Miller. You can follow me on Twitter at counter NFL draft. You could follow dawn on Twitter at Cowboys underscored db m. You can follow the podcast on Twitter at talking star, and we want to give a big thank you to belong in the boys Espy nation, vox media for allowing us to host his podcast in producing it, putting it out offer you guys listen to on apple on Android, pretty much any way you listless podcast. You can listen to it. So make sure you're like in your subscribing, your comment in your rating, doing all the things that we like to see. Like to hear to rate this podcast, give a good review so we can continue doing it for you guys. Let's get into these predictions thought over the Dalton, the now give mine. They will read off Coles since he couldn't join us adult who you got win while you got him win. Yeah. What you're going to have to do right. Now you're gonna have to read off Kohl's because I am marry ill prepared for the segment. So. Cole win with the Cowboys twenty three twenty. It didn't tell us why. But he said the Cowboys are gonna win twenty three twenty while you're preparing. I'm gonna give mine. I think the Cowboys win twenty five seventeen under. That's weird score number. But I just I feel like it's twenty five seventeen. I feel like the Cal was run the football well seek has another career day. I think he puts up a hundred and fifty on the ground. Another sixty yards through the air. He scores two touchdowns on the ground. I think Dak Prescott plays another. You know, well game. Not not not great. I don't think I think he has another game similar to Detroit, two hundred fifty yards. Two touchdowns. I guess if they scored four touchdowns that would be twenty points, but we're gonna go with that. We're gonna say twenty eight seventeen. I'm gonna give him four touchdowns two touchdowns from TAC. Prescott one to Michael gal wanna Kobe's Louis. Did you teens your score? Yeah, but it was because my math did not add up so I kinda had to will you could have twenty four in like two point conversion for some reason. Right ball could just like went for to for some reason island, but we're gonna go twenty twenty eight seventeen warning Anchorage win. I think just the match ups. If you know they're in the Cowboys favor, they're gonna run. The football seeks score two touchdowns. He's gonna break off a big one Daska you know, throw two touchdowns one to Michael Gallup. First touchdown as a as a member of the Dallas Cowboys Kobe's gonna get his first score dance cabins. Which you got go ahead and read it off man. You know, I love the Dallas Cowboys in your you know that, right. And. Here's some that I wasn't really expecting to do, but I'm gonna do. Dallas Cowboys, your Dallas Cowboys. Are going to put thirty points up this week. Thanks list. Think about that. Thirty one. Twenty eight. So they do with the Brett Maher. Field goal to win the game. Hey, I did. I did predict that, right? I said that last week podcast, he was going to kick a game winner. So yeah, as as he was kicking that field goal clinched up pretty tight, hoping it went through so I could leasing the shouldn't he shouldn't have had to. Yeah, total. Never kicked a field goal before that. But. Anyways, he he did a swell job making that I think he's gonna hit from forty plus this time mono. I actually think that this team is going to move the ball against Houston. I don't know why they there's no evidence in the past twelve games to say that they can really do that. I mean, they went over four hundred yards last week. I think Zeke Elliott has another big day through the ground and the air. Another game where he's in that one sixty two to two hundred yard all purpose range. And I think that Michael Gallup kind of separates himself from the rest of the wide receivers and catches, let's say, six passes. I think he catches six passes. And I think that obviously Colby's Lee still going to get his touches just because he runs wide open on every play. But I think you're gonna see more Gallup. Beasley Austin in Hearn's more ninety south not say that the Thomson has sprinkle sprinkle sprinkle Thompson in. Should I not take on? I think that you need to get tables on thirty plus percent of the snaps, the teachers because wrinkles nicely. He's the only person besides Ezekiel Elliott on the offense. That makes a defense look his way. Yes, the only one he makes you think, and that's what you need on offense. You need even if it is just to decoy, you need that person. I totally agree for talking about sprinkles needs to beat the on tape on aids to be take on plan. Gala plan, Beasley plan, Hearns plan, getting Deontay on the field. You know, for fifteen twenty snaps, maybe on certain certain down distances, getting him the football because he has been a good receiver for the steam as caught some clutch passes. He's some clutch plays, gave him on the field, get him the football. That's all the time we have for today. Thank you guys for listening. Let's hope the Cowboys can improve the three into on the season takeover back that division lead. You know, really when you look around the lead Philadelphia's got Minnesota. The giants got the saints Redskins got the. To not know who the who the risk inside. No Phileas Minnesota who the giants have. Gosh, this horrible, horrible, horrible. You know what? Let me let me get my producer on that real quick. Horrible the Jaguars. That's right. That's right. And who else did you need the Redskins. Wait, who has the Jaguars the giants have the judge, the Redskins have the saints. Yes. Okay. So you got division opponents have really tough games do have really tough game. Let's hope they go when three Ligo one annot this weekend and we're back in the leader division baby. We're here or your stay NFC east champs. Let's do it. We're talking to star. Thank you guys for listening. Follow us on Twitter rate review, like, follow subscribe, whatever you have to do, make sure listen. As I said, we're talking to star follow us on Twitter. Let's go Cowboys. Let's get this victory. We'll see you guys next week after the Cowboys win in Houston on the road against the Texans, we're talking scar.

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OchoLive: Cowboys Move To 2-2 | Next Day Thoughts | Victory Polo Monday

Blogging the Boys

19:00 min | 2 years ago

OchoLive: Cowboys Move To 2-2 | Next Day Thoughts | Victory Polo Monday

"Nona. What up world welcome to another episode of ally presented in partnership as always Espy nations. Blogging the boys dot com. My name Arja show you of course, from BT and from right here as your humble host, I not alive. You can watch our live show every day about three PM central time. Sometimes you got to move a little early. Sometimes gotta move a little bit late. You watch on Twitter, periscope, YouTube live, or the blog in the boys. Facebook live feed. You can always catch three. Watch a blog on the boys dot com or subscribe to the blog on the voice podcast, feed Ron, all apple, obviously, or Android devices. If you need to link hit me up, we have tons of shows. In fact, we have a brand new episode of the seven, five, Tony, Casillas, Tony, and are recapping. The big Cowboys win, which is why we are here today. It is Monday. Welcome to October October. First jewel, Florida. Zombies Facebook says hi from Michigan, Howdy, Michigan, and happy October one and all as it is Monday though, and as it is a Monday following a victory by the Dallas Cowboys. That means it is one special thing. It is victory. Polo Monday. That's right. If you are college fan, you should be wearing Dallas Cowboys polo and representing the victory and and what happened on Sunday against the Detroit Lions, Charles Edwards on YouTube, live says, loved the shirt. Workum I get when I got this one from the official Dallas Cowboys pro shop. I know we have a lot of people that listen to the show and watch the show that arm based in Texas. There are literal retail stores across the state of Texas that are literally Dallas Cowboys pro shops. They saw hundred percent, Dallas Cowboys merchandise pretty cool, OB, the Cowboys, the big win, twenty six, twenty four over the Detroit Lions, which is what we are here to talk about. If you do subscribe to the podcast feed, you heard me on Sunday from AT and t. stadium and all the audio that I collected from the locker room. The sounds of victory we had Zeke Elliott. Jerry Jones Jalen Smith Byron Jones, Jeff Suame among the people whose audio we put together for that special episode of Ojha lives to make sure you check that out. If you need that link, hit me up on Twitter or. Shoot me an Email, but Cobb is this big win and look there too, and to through the first quarter. Certainly you wish you three and one or four now obviously, but but the Cowboys looked good. They looked like they had signs of life. The offense moved. The offense had over four hundred total yards of offense. That's a rare thing for the Cowboys these days Dak Prescott had over two hundred yards passing. That was certainly very impressive. The MVP of the game without question was easy. Elliot who put together two hundred forty total yards from scrimmage, a new career high for him. Zeke at one hundred fifty two yards rushing and had the big time thirty four yard reception at the end of the game to put the Cowboys in field goal range for Brett Maher. In fact, I would say my I was going to say three, but my four MVP's the game. Who are your MVP's or your MVP's in general from the Cowboys win over the lions? I would say Zeke. I would say, DeMarcus, Lawrence, you know, I had a tweet at halftime. I tweeted at halftime. The lane Vander. She was the best player on the Cowboys at that point today op. Obviously that was at halftime, not after the entire game. So the people telling me that it was DeMarcus, Lawrence, Zeke Elliot. I know I understand, look at the time stamp, but I would say Zeke Elliott, DeMarcus, Lawrence lane Vander. She played fantastic in his first career start for the Dallas Cowboys in the same stadium where he was drafted a few months ago. And I would also say Brett Maher. That's right. New Dallas Cowboys kicker Brett Maher. I wrote about this for your read, log on the boys dot com. And this headline sounds a lot more intense than the point is meant to be. But Brett Maher is, is making the release of Dan Bailey. Kinda make sense I'm in. If we're being honest, Brett Maher is making the release of Dan Bailey kinda makes sense. Brent Maher missed his first ever career kick in Carolina, and I have championed the cause of Dan Bailey myself a lot, but the Dallas Cowboys look smart. You know on YouTube, live ninja says, I've got some chrome. I've been hating on LV since we drafted him glad he's proving me wrong. The yesterday. Sunday was a big time day for the couch to prove a lot of people wrong. They approved a lot of people wrong about late Vander. She was fantastic. A lot of people did not believe in him and they proved, I don't wanna say a lot of people wrong, but they kind of answered their own call with Brett Maher because the Dallas Cowboys released the second most accurate kicker in NFL history. Dan, Bailey kicked really well for the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday night, even though they lost and Brent Maher really had never been tested. I think it's the best way to put it. But Brad, Mars missing his first career kick has kicked eight consecutive field goal successfully, including the game winner against the Detroit Lions. In fact, we're gonna play video for you. I've never seen one of these apply to the Cowboys. I've only seen these other things. I'm a big fan of the Titanic videos when they throw my heart will go on on big time moments in sports. We've never gotten to see this for anything I was related. It's always a game. Winner are something we really haven't had that happen. Yeah, but enjoy Brett Maher kicking to victory the Dallas Cowboys with some help from Celine Dion. Surly impressive for the Dallas Cowboys. It's a big win again to and to the date in Houston on Sunday. The last time the Dallas Cowboys trying to get the Houston. It was Super Bowl, fifty one way back in two thousand sixteen everybody thought they were gonna end up there. They wouldn't have had left the state because they had home field advantage through the playoffs. Obviously didn't end up there. That was the greatest Super Bowl of all time. But Brett Maher really seriously fantastic effort, four field goals for him, and you know what? It should have been three, the Dallas Cowboys. This is something that Tony Casillas and I talked about on the latest episode of the seven, five, the Dallas Cowboys took their first possession of the third quarter. The second half they marched down the field eight and a half minutes dominated took up most of the quarter and came up shy had first goal. The six yard line came up show. In a situation where they really needed a touch on that. I said, the second half the fourth quarter in this gracious tripping. Over my words, it's been a long twenty four hours, but the Cowboys you know, possession I'm talking about where they ran into Zeke on first down through Jeff's Weymont second down and then tried to throw it all people to Rico, gathers on third down, had the settle for a field goal to put them up by six and very quickly in six plays the Detroit Lions went down the field scored a touchdown and took the lead by one. Thankfully, cow was able to respond with this Brett Maher field goal to win the game, but you can find some points in this contest against the lines, the Cowboys kind of Florida with Indra little bit there. Sali that moment. Obviously the moment on the final possession of the game or Dak Prescott fumbled the ball. Jerry Jones would go on to praise him after the game and really commend act Prescott for his ability to get back on the ball. You know it is worth noting certainly the decade fumble, but it was. It was kind of give and take game. It was a lot of good in some weird and not really some bad, but it is. It is a good game. To get a good win against the Detroit Lions calves, you're stacking up. Some wins then going to play an AFC team for the first time this season. So hopefully they move above five hundred. Let's move on ourselves. Let's talk about somebody who didn't play Terrance Williams. Terrance Williams was a healthy scratch in this game for the Dallas Cowboys. One of the inactive and not really a bit of surprise. Lots of reports early on in that we're gonna Terrence wasn't going to play instead. Bryce baller got those snaps and by those snaps, I'm being very, very, very sarcastic. Brice Butler despite rejoining the Dallas Cowboys very recently not being used a whole lot early on, especially in his first game back with the team, but. So that was interesting, and you can hear this on the July post-game audio in your podcast feed Colby's Lii one asked about Williams. Kobe's Lee said that he thinks that it has a lot to do with Terence's foot. Now you'll remember that Terrance Williams hurt his foot over the offseason had to go through a whole bunch of stuff with it. And even back in August said that he still was working through some things, but Kobe's they talked about how his foot his talking about Terrence, what never fully healed that he thinks the Cowboys you of just let and Terence have some time to get that going. I don't know. There's been a lot of speculation, the chance going to be suspended, but it was very interesting to see Bryce baller really not much work in Williams's absence, but speaking out suspensions and I'm not talking about bad news. Nobody forgot speaking of suspensions. It's Monday. It's Tober I, it's victory Paulo Monday, but since it's Tober I in two thousand eighteen. That means that it is a fishery week five in the NFL season. That's a very good thing because that means that. David Irving, Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle David Irving can return. David Irving, you'll remember has been suspended for the first four weeks of the regular season. I four games I should say there are situations where players are stunt eligible to return. You look at Thomas Davis and the girl and Panthers still can't come back because the Panthers have not played four games for example, but David Irving, his eligible to come back to the Dallas Cowboys you think about the hot boys are on fire, DeMarcus, Lawrence had three sacks against the Detroit. Lions has twenty sacks his last twenty games, and now he gets some help. He gets a friend of fellow hobby. David Irving rejoining the gauchos seemingly going to cause some havoc along that defensive line. You look at this David Irving's presence is much needed. David Irving is sorely needed by the Dallas Cowboys defensive AL's. I was only forced to turnovers so far this season that's tied for last in the NFL. And in fact, that's tied with the Kansas City Chiefs who played tonight that I football. So if the chiefs get a single turnover, that means the Dallas Cowboys are. Single handedly last place team in the NFL when it comes to turn overs generated on defense. But Malea Collins was also scratched for this game for the Dallas Cowboys. So David Irving can come back and be any semblance of anything for Dallas. That's going to be very huge for the hot boy front. When you consider what they've been able to do, what they have the potential to do and what we're going to need them to do across the final twelve games of the regular season. It's already quarter quarters already gone by. Can't believe that feels like the season just started yesterday and you think about David Ervine coming back. A lot of people thought that are all Thomas would be joining the Cowboys at some point this season, but that is all, but not going to happen at least in two thousand eighteen a few hours after the Dallas Cowboys recorded their second win of the season. Earl Thomas, unfortunately, going down in Arizona with an injury as described by Carol, a fractured leg are all Thomas on. His way out was was what's the word? I wanna use your Thomas on his way out when being caught. Off was colorful with what he motioned towards the Seattle Seahawks was direct, I will say, and I was going to say was animated, but that doesn't feel right. Earl, Thomas at the very least was poignant with what he said of powerful image from Thomas. He was carted off the field and Zona the same field that ended Kam chancellor, Seattle Seahawks, and ultimately NFL career and on the Earl Thomas front. Something very interesting. Very interesting report from NFL networks in Rappaport on up to the minute's today on network. Check out what Ian Rapoport had to say about Earl Thomas and the whole trade situation revolving around him, including the Dallas Cowboys, Seattle Seahawks and Kansas City Chiefs Seahawks from what I understand actually were moving toward trading. Earl, Thomas. This injury comes as bad news doctors for the for the Kansas City Chiefs as well. We've known for some time. The Cowboys were in the mix China trade for Earl Thomas. That essentially ended before the season Kennedy chiefs, though head. Not stop the pursuit, and here's how it went really going into Sunday from what I'm told the Seahawks who wanted to Tuesday wanna to second round picks actually lowered their price to one second round pick in the Kennedy chiefs. Then in the process of freeing up some money, creating salary, cap space to make room for Thomas's eight point five million dollar salary. This is something from what I understand that likely would have happened in Earl. Thomas would have been a member of the candidates. He just eating more time. Instead, he went out and broke his leg and now is going to end up on injured reserve as far as the other parts of this trade. The chiefs have a lot of really good players. They need to pay doesn't sound like an extension for Thomas would have been in the cards, but the lease the chiefs would have had a really good rental and the Seahawks would have gotten some pretty solid draft pick just quickly follow up on that, Ian, if this thing was getting that close, was there any consideration from the Seahawks to sit. Earl, Thomas make him inactive to avoid a situation like there right now. That is not my understanding. I don't wanna make it seem like it was something that was going to happen in matter of hours, it would have taken some time, but when two sides get close to a trade and sort of, no, it's going to happen. The chiefs could have created caps relatively quick. I had not heard any consideration of sitting Thomas of this probably would have been something that could have happened in a matter of days or week. So Earl, Thomas and the Seattle Seahawks. Wow, that is rough. A rough probable and two, probably a hall of fame career for all Thomas with the Seattle Seahawks. You know, that's going to be an image that really kind of sits. That's one of those images as just going to sit with sports forever. That image of Earl Thomas with some sign language for the Seattle Seahawks on YouTube, live ninja. I think with the question of the hour day, the year, the season for the Dallas Cowboys, do we think that URL is a cowboy next season? You know, you're free to answer that's really on Twitter, periscope, you to live in the blog of the boys, Facebook live feed. I do think this is interesting for few reasons in Rappaport reports that the Seattle Seahawks wanted to second round draft picks in exchange for Thomas little bit high of a price. But, hey, I mean, he's a hall of fame player. You know, you could make an argument, whatever, but the Kansas City Chiefs were not going to pay that and seemingly the Seattle Seahawks lower their price from two second round picks to just a single one second round draft pick. Which is the price that the Dallas Cowboys offered for Thomas and apparently the Seattle Seahawks the Kansas City Chiefs were getting ready to do. It who knows is he says it was gonna take some time, but it looked like that dance was going to happen. And so you think about that and why would it have taken so long when obviously the Dallas Cowboys offered that second round draft pick? Well, if you're the Seahawks obviously you would rather trade him away to an AFC team than an NFC team. And I think that two things are true here. I think that one is that all Thomas hurt his chances of being traded to the Cowboys specifically when he literally chase down the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys, Jason Garrett on Christmas Eve last year. That was probably something I have to magin. I know if it happened to Cowboys fans that we would not have reacted well, but that was probably something that put a bitter taste in the hawks, front offices mouth, and it was probably not something that they wanted to sort of Akwa yes to that they wanted to bend to to send Earl to the place that he. He literally asked to be traded to over and over and over and over again. So that is certainly an interesting thing to note. The second is on whether or not Earl. Thomas is a cowboy next season. I think it's worth mentioning that Earl, Thomas did bow at the Cowboys last week when the Seahawks defeated them, and obviously are all said it was a bit of respects that if you know if you really wanted me, you should've came and got me, etc. I have to wonder. I mean, I'm just speculating at this point hypothesizing if you will, but maybe Earl Thomas feels like, you know what the Cowboys had a chance. They had a chance to come get me and maybe he feels that maybe the price of it all is is really not something that matters in his mind. Maybe all Thomas feels, you know what, if they really wanted me, they would have come and gotten me, they didn't do it. So that must mean that they didn't really want me. That's just one possibility. And so I don't think that it is this just automatic sort of close book situation that are all Thomas is going to be a member of the Cowboys. Next. Offseason. I think that all Thomas is going to sit back. He's going to be smart. He's going to think about all this obviously got a lot of teams are interested if City Chiefs are willing to trade for him, at least real willing to potentially finalize the trade form. But I'd say, you know on YouTube live, Joe. Yes, I'll give it a thirty five percent chance. I liked it. I'll copy Joey out. Give it a thirty, five percent chance. I know that dominance is not going to be on Seahawks next year, but I also know that there's a lot of time between now and then to change a lot of things. I'm a San Antonio Spurs fan. I live in San Antonio, so believe me, I know that things can change at the drop of a hat when it comes to players wanting to play for certain teams. So we'll see where Thomas is playing football in two thousand nineteen. But for now the Dallas Cowboys sit at two and two with a date with the Houston Texans coming up on Sunday night. Football got a lot of action in store for you this week. Lots podcast. Obviously, Joe live every day. We've got the seven, five hours, Tony Casillas in store for you. Bruce, the boys talk on the star coming up. It's. Going to be a great week as we get ready for an instate game against the Houston. Texans who got their first win of the season last week against the Indianapolis called so good times ahead. Hopefully the Cowboys find a way to get about five hundred for the first time in quite some time. Enjoy the rest of your Monday. We got Monday night football threat for you, blog dot com should be open. And if you hours, depending on when you're watching this, I'm gonna pick the chiefs chiefs chiefs. Get this done. I think Pat Mahomes there's something special but enjoyed enjoy your Tuesday morning and we'll reconvene on Tuesday, October second at three PM central time for another addition of Ocho lives. So we'll see human the animal friends as always go Cowboys. Mt set. Empty set.

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[037] Know Your Enemy: Carolina Panthers Free Agency Edition

Buccaneers Observer

34:37 min | 2 years ago

[037] Know Your Enemy: Carolina Panthers Free Agency Edition

"Welcome to the buccaneers observer podcasts as Phillips. I'm Ali bay goes news for you. What is that? I don't know books. News today is March fourth tomorrow is last day to franchise tag players. Four o'clock is a deadline. Rick Stroud is reporting today that Donovan Smith is getting the franchise tag at fourteen and a half million. However Donovan Smith has been on Twitter. You guys know how he loves Twitter, and he had to tweets one was y'all know something, I don't know. And the second one was never understood how people believe something. Someone puts out there about another person's life, etc. And especially not hearing it from the horse's mouth. And that was right after the report came out that he was getting franchise tag. He's not in the loop Ray or Rick Strauss making stuff up again. Well, I mean, very well could be that they're talking to as agent and he's the last two now. So we'll know definitively tomorrow at four o'clock, but Rick Stroud report is that he's getting the franchise tag. And then they're gonna resign him to like a backloaded deal. How would we know that he's got somebody in the front office? He he could say that. That's what they're going to try to do. Yeah. That's what he's saying. Bucks. Intend to do this. Donovan is as looking like, he's gonna get fourteen million fourteen and a half months, and that's what Rick Stroud was. Yeah. That's way too much money. I'm sorry. But Don Donovan should be happy about that in fans. What's going on? Yeah. He's probably happy if it happens. But I don't know. It'd probably be aggravating. I could imagine hear people talking about you on Twitter, like they know more about your life than you do and he gets really frustrated in particular he gets upset with people talking about him on Twitter. Like his performance. Yeah. Oh, we'll we're better. All right. That's the life football player. We've only franchise tag to replays in buccaneers history have been around for like thirty years since nineteen Ninety-three. I was the first year, and we we tagged Paul groomer. And then Connor Barth is only other one the kicker as soon as they Ryan anger thousand twelve we don't franchise a lot. Yeah. Take blair's. I don't really understand how it works. I know you just is it just get on for another year. Top. Top ten positions south that part? But then basically short-term you're basically saying they can't go anywhere. Gotcha. But you gotta pay top dollar for. And it's when their contract is up. So really they're not under contract. They're just. It'd probably have to sign a franchise papers or something there's probably like certain terms of crap. Yeah. Those. NFL contract. I wanted to do how Frey how if they get hurt. Do they get paid for a game? You know, I've heard so many different things on this. But I've never known for sure, and it might be different contracts different things. But you know, like you paid a million dollars per game. And then you get your outfit six games, they pay you six million dollars to sit on your butt. And we have right now. It's a good question. Shoot me. An answer goes always wanted to know that in is contract dependent some guys get that guys. Don't don't know. Speaking of off season remains last week. When other radio stations tweeted that the bucks could be making them unpopular moves like getting rid of popular players who it was one of our local radio stations tweeted it, and they had said that it was going to be lamantia, David, maybe. Well, generally and came out and said today that lamantia demon is not going anywhere her sources. All these all these people are fighting each other for sources, aren't they coming out with crazy stuff? It's off season for you, though. Yeah. They gotta stay relevant the journalists generally, not a big fan of her generally. Well, you know, she was at the combine, and she didn't really tweet much about the commitment of fact was wishing tweeted while she combine she talked about Mike Moya man mattock about him being on the podium instead of asking questions or whatever she tweeted about Jeff Dickerson and ESPN colleague whose wife had died or something of that nature. She took a group picture with all the women that were the NFL combine and talk about how great it is. And then she took a picture with Kelly masters about talk about how much she adores Kelly masters and her final tweet combine is a fifth year. She's been there. She said, it's not about the athletes, but meeting all her new friends, you know, and I'm just kind of like, I don't care about all that. Yeah. I don't care who you're friends with what you drop in names. I don't you know. And that's one thing. It's kind of like in movies, if you notice most movies, the characters are writers or directors or acting. They've got all these jobs of you know, that that's all the. Directors and writers know about, you know, the producers, whatever got always weird jobs. It's like why don't you have have characters that are, you know, coal miners or work at WalMart or McDonalds. That's how I am with this. I'm like, I don't really care about your you that journalists all the time you they're always talking about other journalists. Yeah, about how you know. This person's have family troubles or in apprai- for that. You noticed like I don't care. I don't I don't follow you to to to find out about your if your journalists friends, and then see Hannah cut a tweet before the combine where she talked about the horror of hearing Lindsey Vonn say that she had been asked to for uterus at fallen out. And then along with a Nike and about how women are awesome. It sports. It could be emotional in what don't know Nike had another in a women power -ment commercial apparently. And then she also had a tweet saying, I stay out of players personalized until they start having weddings and cute babies because of onto David just married his girlfriend tundra in. Then she said, then I want every detail manageable. I blame estrogen then her next tweet after that added to the last week saying, you know, come to think of it. I definitely am nosy about their pets too. In fact, that was my concern when the hurricane came through unlike what for one you're supposed to be a sports reporter. I wanna hear about football. Don't here. Two journalists rand, and though fringe and you being on estrogen and powered and cute babies, and weddings and pets. Yeah. Sorry, if you're gonna do that do it on another Twitter account. Yeah. I mean, I don't mind getting to know all the person, I don't mind when journalists are media types, get personable. But man, you better have a whole lot of hard information that interesting to me, and generally just doesn't she? I don't mind when they get personal. But I like the ones who are more robots like I like, right mom. Yeah. Right. Where he's just bury football football business. Yeah. I mean, he does do some some personal stuff. But yeah, I'm really gonna miss dirt. Good late in gentleman. She deserved a lot of that. He does. Well, it's a little frustrating as a woman who has an interest in sports because it's like this is why people don't take women at sports series. Right. So they're talking about weddings and babies and dudes hit each other. Like, that's why I am and football. I mean, you know that stuff, you know, it's interesting sidebar style. But she say the death. What? She's interested in right? It's like come on. She goes from combat. She says, I'm not interested in athletes. I'm interested in all of my friends. I've made there what he's picked the wrong profession. Germany has a new foundation of McCoy PD found. That's the Twitter handle at McCoy PD found. I don't know what the PD stands for the found stands for foundation assume. He's partnered with the NFL PA to create limited edition t shirt. So go there if you wanna support this foundation, whatever it is. And by one of assurance has got his number name on the back of it. And it has some stuff on the front for the foundation, but NFL PA's partnering with him. So garage hurt sport foundation. Whatever it is anyone trying to figure out what the founding go. I did try to figure it out. But here's a funny thing that the Twitter handle does it work yet. I think he tweeted it out before. So we're not with the look it up. Super now. Yes, very SuperNet. So we'll probably hear about in the next few months. I've been a have something to do with kids. He likes to instead kids day does a lot of charity work and stuff and into the glazers half him doing. I mean, he's frontman for all their stuff and like the the glasses kids give free glasses fan. Yeah. They have a van Goghs ramp and give out free glasses to impoverish kids and whatnot right now. So they can read. Hopefully, not read the book and your stats capacity. Greg almonds reported the safety Andrew adults. Triple A is now an free agent because bucks will not be tendering. They don't wanna pay him two million come on now while they think they can get him for less. I think is one that is nippy. That's how we lost move on. I'm trying to think of the Williams, Al. Yeah. We didn't want to pay him dance washed up. And here's the thing. The salary cap is one hundred eighty eight point two million. Now, there's fifty three players so that's three point five million per player. I mean, if you if you even it out as three point five million per player, of course, you don't do that you have quarterbacks or made fifteen twenty million dollars to their equal to what's at five guys. You know? And then you have people like might Evans, make it. What what do you make a thirteen God? And now, I think closer to twenty. Yeah. He's the second highest pain player on her teen de. So he's taken out five guys salary, and you got Gerald McCoy. He's making thirteen fourteen million. He's taken up five die salaries to they have to all these little fish are nibbling for the leftovers. You know, when they say oh to millions too much to pay for a safety. You know? It's like, wow, I really productive safety last year. He led the team in interceptions have four but three women one game. Right. Aaa hang he earned that nickname. Does. He do. I like to everybody in our secondary. I like except. For Brent Grimes Johnson Evans needs a lot of work. But it, you know, he came on towards an he was at Chicago game that just I've never seen. Anybody played that bad. Just he was totally lost. If you ever listen to buck ASA, I said he was the sole reason why we lost that game. That game was really interesting. It was a turning point. Because you know, we were doing good. We lost a Pittsburgh. But you know, it wasn't a bad loss. And we had the two games to start the season. Where were we really kick? But but then we're going to Chicago. And we got floods handed to us, and it was mainly because doesn't it was was just out of position all the time. And they have receivers open almost every play because Dan Evans, look back. He didn't know what was going on anyhow in that game. It really set the tone for the rest of the season. And I think it's kinda why Bert cutter kind of lost team because with six minutes left. Almost seven minutes left. We were down. I think it was forty two six or something like that. They're cut equip. He started running the ball, six minutes left. Now, you know, the chances that you're going to score that many touchdowns and get that many points in six minutes real slim with this flip boss while you play the game. You never quit and he did. And I remember watching that. And I noted it, and I said, that's horrible. Oh, that's his since team. Terrible message. You know? 'cause I mean who's deciding factor who decides win you can quit wins a good time to quit when you're down twenty one three fourteen six I dunno. Right. Where's the line? Yeah. Different different. Guys are going to have quick factors in their head now, and you'll want that you don't want. You don't want your players to ever quit. So I think that's when cutter job was done. No. It was the that was the turning point gave turning point point pointing our time one of their return. That's when it started his downfall. And a team just kind of went of sow early in the season game four phone. Yeah. Incited Matt Verda Romney verte dream fair around me Baird around you baby would have a little day. He claims that the Sean Jackson is unwilling to take a pay cut and coach drove at the work. Well with James this was picked up Garcia at books nation as Jackson being selfish and had a rocky relationship with Winston. And here's the thing. I don't know this man guy from fan side. And I don't know he didn't quote any sources that name him. What he said was that the Sean Jackson is unwilling to take a pay cut and struggled to work. Well with James that translated into the show Jackson is selfish and had a rocky relationship with James Winston and bucks nation. And that's how stuff get started. You know? I mean, this is already been out there and has been rehash rehash. But that just goes to me, that's a perfect example of how this crap is bills memento, you know, within three or four articles. You know, we're going to have these two guys pulled a knife on each of the on Jackson's going down the street kicking baby. You do have to be really careful as a writer. How you're interpreting what they said because to Gil like, maybe that's maybe he doesn't see that as a leap. No. I don't think you know. But I think you really have to be careful. How you're interpreting these things this to me it was just like I've read the one article I read the other owners when I was like how in the world. Did they get that out of that? Right. But you gotta do what you gotta do for them clicks. I guess I talked about Tom Brady and Germany Koi? Couple of the past two podcast. I've talked about their salaries, and this is kind of fascinated me. But Tom Brady's career earnings was due and twelve million one hundred sixty eight six thousand eight hundred and four dollars over the past nineteen years that's eleven point one six million per year. Okay. Durham McCoy salary at the buccaneers has been hundred ten billion one hundred thirteen thousand thirty three dollars over the past nine seasons. So a little more than half but more than half. Yeah. That gives him a salary of twelve point two three four million a year. So he's made he's made more money than Tom Brady per year for year. Yeah. He has. He hasn't been their whole nineteen years. Yeah. Remember looking at dead years ago going how terrible Koi making more money than Tom Brady. Endemically was in a number thirty six on the Forbes list the world highest paid athletes in two thousand fifteen number three. That's the world's highest. I'd include Mayweather and includes her soccer stars baseball baseball. Yeah. I mean, those guys money and McCloy was number thirty six the world highest paid athletes in two thousand fifteen. Wow. Yeah. We talked into them fifteen. You could say that about any year in the past. How? But how bad was that get winless? When is it? That's what we today is. Right. That was a second year of love us, man. Yes. Oh, it was horrible. All of Asia did buddy ever win five games and season thinks I don't recall you're gonna have to backtrack that one go next. We go next. I do have one piece of news. Mark Duffner got hired with the Bengals. Oh, well, good for the last of our coaching staff. Not having job yet. I was worried about the river. We were talking about how nobody's hiring the Bengals. What's gonna happen with Il who's our new head coach? I'm just thinking about that who who the head coach of was at Jacksonville with rich riddle or some traveling. Then I was like I'm there. Arizona's then Ricky realtors now cliff Kingsbury how Ricky riddle to them clicking. Oh, casey. What's her Wesner Phillips, Casey Phillips from Buchner's dot com? She's the media girl there. She's got to be logged it just started today on YouTube. It's on the book nears channel Tampa Bay Buccaneers go. Check it out sprint does behind the scenes at the combine. It's not a whole lot there yet. But she's interesting. She's got a bubbly personality. And she seems to be pretty good with the camera. So I'm anxious to see what kind of behind the scenes stuff. They're going to do. But go check out Casey's v. Log on the YouTube channel, they would have it on the buccaneers dot com. I don't know. Probably do I saw it on you to. All right. So today, we've got know your enemy for the Carolina Panthers all cued up and ready to go. So what happened Molly? All right. So the two thousand eighteen season finish seven to nine. They were third artisan. They're crazy. They started off six and one or six now. And then what six more. Yeah. And they just blew. Oh, yeah. It was because it came new he hurt his throwing shoulder surgeon. Offseason you've had surgery. Yes. And they actually fired two of their position coaches in week thirteen of twenty eighteen and Rivera took over and offensive play calling in from the defensive coordinator. Yeah. Week thirteen yesterday fired their defensive line coach and they fired their assistant secondary slash Cornerbacks coach. And so their defensive coordinator, Eric Washington. It was his first year coaching last year. And this year Rivera will continue playing calling defensive plays in Washington is actually only going to oversee the front seven not secondary. They've hired a secondary coach which they did not have last year. Then after the season ended their library verse coach they let him go. They made some interesting moves kinda Bruce Arians moves ever at Brown is their new assistant linebackers coach he was actually drafted by Carolina in two thousand nine and then played with them. For two years. He's stopped playing in two thousand fourteen now he's fans wine coach than another line. Ben Jacobs was a linebacker for six years for them as far back as last season. So they he's actually on their listed transactions on their website that they released him really release them, he retired. And now he's coach the special teams coach. Yeah. So then Sam mills the third is now they're defensive line coach he's been with Carolina for fifteen years. No as an assistant. So he was the assistant offensive line coach, then they fired their defensive line coach Brady Hoke and he was promoted last season. He worked as the assistant offensive line coach for eight years. And then he's also so weird one he was named as game management coordinator. So that means he's going to be in charge of clock management replay challenges in other situational football analysis. Coder har- somebody to do swear. I remember that he made what happened. I don't know. Interesting look into them because critique of his because he was going to call the plays and he didn't want to have to worry about clock management replayed. All that stuff say that looks like that's what big dummy is going to do here. The coach for the caravan. I call him big dummy. Others column. Riverboat Ron, but dummy translate. They named Perry fuel L fuel as secondary's catch. So he came from the Jags as their defensive backs coach and he coached with Rivera way back in two thousand five at the bears. And again, they didn't have a secondary coach last year, Richard Rogers coached all the -fensive back. So he's going to continue just to coach the safeties with reducing really screwed up coaching stuff going on. Yeah. And I think their secondary wasn't great. I mean, obviously, they're firing their one of their secondary coaches last year and shorn it up this year, and they are losing their running backs. Coach who's been his been there for the last fifteen fifteen of the last seventeen years he left for two years came back. That's interesting. Yeah. He's been with the chemo longtime. To. Yeah. He joined the team in two thousand two left in two thousand eleven to join the titans, and he stayed two thousand eleven two thousand twelve and came back to Carolina quarterbacks coach Joe skip pronounce his name. I wonder if that when he went to the titans when they hit a good run game with Chris Johnson says to where to go just get tired. Yeah. He's really. He's old. He's like an eighty s probably. Yeah. So they've hired Jake Pete's to take his place. He's got nine years NFL experience but spent last season at the university of Alabama will suck. Yeah. So that's going to be interesting. The big jeans. The held the doubted Carolina. Do do we know Joe skipper left in two thousand eleven so he going for two thousand seven two thousand twelve it'd be interesting to see how Carolina's running game, dude. Hallmark project for you. Next podcast. All right. So play are changes. They've got some people retiring Ryan Kalil other center, Julius peppers. Oh my goodness. We now. That's still has to Big Ben. They're losing falling apart. They are. So they're losing Thomas Davis. They informed him that. They're not going to resign him linebacker. They're releasing captain Monir l'an safety, Mike Adams, he's a free agent. They told him they're not gonna resign him. They are they resigned. Eric reu- to like it was a year deal. I think safety. So big losses. Maryland, Julius peppers captain Mike Adams at Thomas Davis paying may made their secondary swollen Greg Olsen. They thought they might leave him to retirement and the broadcasting world was gonna go the way of the dais in Witten, brutally he's not down. But even even if I mean last year he kept coming back here that foot injury. And he just he can't get over it. He kept coming back and he played for couple of weeks. He's just always injured now. Yeah. I know this because I have you on. Accolades. He won't do that next year. I used to drive growth next year. He's retiring. He's going to go rock house. Oh my gosh. Talk about big Domi who maybe sounds really smart of hurt him before never heard him. He sounds exactly what he looks Monday McGraw. Oblivion ball. Another thing. They there's rumors that they're switching their deep ends with repo were. Well, everybody's doing it. Yeah. But Ron Rivera. So I suspect maybe it's been blown out of proportion because all the different agencies are saying, oh, there's which in their scheme two or three four in. What is actually someone from the athletic where Greg almonds from said they may incorporate more three four looks into their defensive skate bowl. So maybe it's sixty forty seventy thirty. I don't really know. We'll see I wouldn't anticipate a complete turnaround. But that'd be interesting to have two of us in the division three Atlanta's play and for really how long have they been doing that? Another scheme person here the headlines. Their cat picture have got fifteen million available in council, right? Where we are. Exactly. They've got twenty five players in free agency has a lot to around around there to hit twenty five as well. Yeah. Something like that. They've got ten on the defense fourteen on the offense. And then one on special teams that one's applied one. But we'll get through the defense. I three hundred offensive line defensive tackle Kyle love left offensive end westward who's their starter? In the Brian Cox behind him. So those two are both up for coach junior Branko confused now. I saw that. Name sounds familiar just came to me linebacker. They've got three technically for free agency. Two of them aren't coming back. Thomas. Davis won't be resigned. Ben Jacobs is now a coach and then they've got inside linebacker. David mayo. Who's the backup to Keithly then we've got their defensive backs? They've got four that are up for free agency and two of them are gone. Like, we talked about before Mike Adams, captain Lynn, they air greed is technically, I guess a free agent was supposed to be but they signed him to a deal. Yeah. Colin Jones is number two behind era green. So they've got a reason to find somebody else then on the offense that we've got five on their offensive line. Three of them are starters. So Ryan Kalil their center retiring guard Amenia Silla, Lou Saluto, Lou Judah breakfast. And then there, right? Tackle there a Williams. So those are starters, and they've got a left Topo Chris Clark who plays behind that Khalil Okocha. And then their third string. Right. Tackle Marshall Newhouse. He's up for free agency. Speaking of Cam Newton his two backups. Well, actually, they've got I think three quarterbacks or four quarterbacks on the roster because they've got this guy. Gilbert Garrett for free agency. They've got Kyle Allen who is still under contract. And then they've got Taylor heineke. But he's to be resigned. They've already said they're gonna resign him. So they've got Cam Taylor and Kyle Ellen that are under contract. And then this Gobert Garrett he's up for free agency. So they might need that dubs. But who knows but and throw a football. I now between four of 'em. Sure. There's one. We can't use arm. It's just not working very accurate control at four hundred yards. But the NC that's a problem with mobile quarterbacks. They it hurt me. But getting hurt as long they're taking a lot of contacts in. Then. Then what are they going to do? He wanted them to stay in the pocket. RG three. He had the same agent and marketing group behind how the McCoy does. And it just in one year, they spent half a million dollars marketing for RG three interesting. There's a lot of money. Yeah. Five hundred thirty two thousand dollars. It only found that out because of the lawsuit that was filed a lawsuit than how it all became public. The in December about some of the dealings that were going on. Yeah. Like marketing dealings oil bears. Recoiled agent sued his old company. CIA Creative Artists Agency. Biggest sports agency on planet and a pseudo for a whole bunch of stuff at one of the things was he wanted his money back for the marketing he did for three and was five hundred thirty two thousand now in just one year. I at that was like a lot of meals then. Flights and hotels marketing, right think marketing dinners, you've got to you got to grease palm to give people say nice things about you. Oh, I see what you're saying. Oh, yeah. He take people out in new dodger. Yeah golfing. Yeah. Got you. Carolina's got four running backs up for free agency. Six. They've got no they're number two Cameron Artis Payne. They're number three Kenyan Barner and before to various cadet and number five Ozzie Ozzie Ozzie who room for right? Yes. I'm sure everyone that ever. Here's this guy's name. He's probably never ever heard that before nothing is like oh my God. I'm named after a muppet serious. Now that was he named after a moped. I'll give you probably came out way before he did. I'm sure his parents named him after mob. It I'm gonna next kid beaker. Now if I have anything that. Wide receivers. Devin funchess there number one. He's up for a free agency. All these receivers could disappear in what may now dotted even know hit while. Then they've got another one to mirror bird their number three and then Jamal Jones. I don't even own this person. He's on their roster from last year. Three. I don't I don't know. This is courtesy of spot spot. Ransom. And then okay. Our special teams on this is fun Chandler, captain zero is for free agent. We can get you shut your mouth. Gosh reside. How do I don't know? He they went they lost like every game since week six when we when he with her maintenance the Chandler curse. I can live with it. Keep them out of our state. And that's right. So there we go. Oh, that's the state of the panther still look like they're in good shape at all. Oh, man. Yeah. Between all the turnover on the coaching staff. They don't have a lot of capturing when they're losing a lot of veterans. We were they spend all his money on good question because they don't have. I mean, you got a calf ris you've got Newton met, Cleo. Oh in Leuke Kley. Oh, come on short isn't. He I remember even hurting that person. You'll even listen to me, I talked all about this guy. Quaden? Sure, he's the highest paid defensive tackle the league. And he's sucks. Oh, he sucked last year. I think he had like three sacks L. Yeah. Those are like those five million dollars backs. Yes. Okay. So that's okay. So they're paying Cam Newton. Twenty one million. On average Cohen short sixteen million Leuke Klay, twelve point three million actually eleven million. Trae Turner, eleven million Dante repo nine million. Where's other Mungo? Christian McCaffrey is only making four point three million. He's on his rookie contract this true. But that's the rookies even make that much more. I think it depends on where you're draft in dick Graham, Gano is making four point two million team anywhere. I think he got hurt before they got comes ARA. So they've got a few like really expensive players. Not yet. Not that many at one two three four five. I only got five guys over ten million. So, but that's the thing. I mean, they're fifty million dollars on the cat, and you could barely name for people on their team right problem. Yeah. That's a good point. When even with a Buchan ears. You can name off quite a few people book, and here's fan James Wisden, Mike Evans, jerem McCoy, Lante, David. I guess I guess most people know about it him. I don't know. I'll we ever hear about is Helen Iranians niche. True. Most people in the league, Roanoke. Log on they note vaunted. Yeah, I think that's Sean Jackson. Yes. Okay. We got like five people in our theme to I guess five number on if I could name five people on scene. I'm team and see five people. All right, Detroit, Lions quit. Matthew, Stafford I was getting ready to take on these other anywhere. If you say negative on your lose in your car. It takes for free agency. I wouldn't mind getting ill, but he'll probably call much Shawn. Nasdaq Casey Matt Stafford got Matt Stafford at one do what's his name rent a bag? I can't tell you. It doesn't work. If I tell you. I'm up Dula whenever you got to receive her king was horrible. As a horrible. Does it too hard? You want me to pick a different team? I know a lot of the joy players. I should be able to say well hold on. I feel like if I can remember one did wrestling would just come to him in a sleigh on the stove still on the planet are author now. Okay. Keep naming him off now or just think just think brains networking between it is. All right. I remember did here. Sears Kenny Gallet legare blunts on there. I didn't run back is still on Detroit's. I think he's a free agent that sucks. Stephanie. Blunt. All right. Do more dirtiest leg. Okay. One more. I can't think of anybody. Oh prater. Yes. Got to kick. Nice line. We should do that. We should five guy. You haven't even five. Okay. I'll tell you what. Dallas Cowboys go as easing that press at Ezekiel Elliott Shanley. The Obama does aim that linebacker with the caller who interest. Took you anymore will more can I say Jason Witten. No, no. He's not on the team yet. Gosh, the Bailey's gone. I wanna picked him who is their tight end. I'm trying to think of that their center. Frederick lessening Brunswick. Don't give it a. And then I'm trying to think any receivers goodness that are Ryan anymore. That is good who are their receivers. So I've gotten four and four it's hard to sell. Spotlight. And now, he's our backup running back backups. Ezekiel is like a starter. But they soap others pack up because I had him vanc- football. When his Eka Elliot went out. I kept both of the backups as McFadden he was willing. He's not there anymore. New looked it up. He got distracted by Twitter. That'll happen. He's got one more to think about I I send McFadden. I'll look at the list. I'm like, how can we not remember these guys who just say McFadden yet? That's my fourth line though. Mant. Give me a hint one. Why receivers came from Oakland? Mark you Bartman, go can't doing the horrible that we can't remember the stuff the seasons. Only over a month to more we need to make like flash cards and stuff. Well, you know, I guess if we were serious about fans, we just never forget any player that's ever played his only what twelve hundred of them in the league. Yeah. Something like that. There's a what thirty percent turnover every year. So that's only three or four hundred people. You gotta remember every year or the you know, that you have to learn every year, we go there we go. Easy peasy. Yes. I saw Amari Cooper. How did I forget? He was on her Michael Gallup never heard of him. Allan heard. Here's what you know. Man. Terrance williams. Yeah, you're right at Terek tribes Frederick. That's the center sick people. I remember when he draft in because I think they took him right before like in the first round or something. I've run them picking a center it was high in the first. The Buffalo Wild Wings. But the Tyron Smith or left tackle who made he's a beast. I get rid of them the home wish a twenty million dollars a year for Brown. Anything ever heard? Ever heard. But I will say this Tyron Smith has much of a beast as he is EBay will too. But that was really that was the game where I really went. Bam beat a vase a monster. He single Hanley kept us in that game. I mean, nobody on our defensive line could do anything against their offense Alantic at devait. He was just destroying all he ran around to the left tackle did a stunt king round squared up retirement Smith pushed him all the way back into the quarterback. It was beautiful masterful Ennio case, y'all. Don't know. I'm a big fan. You hear Lana provocative has got any chance. I get about him. I'm gonna talk about Donna guys. We've got a elite player on her hands. There. Who else did we miss big names taco Charlton? I'll never forget him. I couldn't believe he remembered vendor Asia, those go he's great remember that collar, and then he's got a crazy like skin navy name, she'll leave and Russia. Just the probably the best lamb Becker duo in the league. Yeah. So we can stay healthy. Right. He's always hurt. All right. So we've talked about the Carolina Panthers. And the gal in the Detroit Lions Detroit lion goes go book. Sophie move, Pat. Maybe we'll do another podcast tomorrow when we figure out whether just definitely. And we hear about Davos, but we are going to be on his microphone in commerce aware was likely for the worst most likely complaining. Do we complain today? Think maybe always we're bucks. Now, we roll. All right. So we'll see tomorrow we're gonna wrap this up as you can tell where still Luang weather. I am more. So the Molly, but we in the house, we got our sore. I deliver today were almost settled in. It's it's bras. But we're gonna try to get one that tomorrow we'll hear anything about Donald Smith. 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OchoLive: Reacting to the 2019 Dallas Cowboys schedule

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OchoLive: Reacting to the 2019 Dallas Cowboys schedule

"Nona. What up world? Welcome to another episode of July presented you in partnership as always Espy nations. Bogging the boys dot com Arja chill. You know me, of course, from BT BTV and from right here. You're humble host on live. You can watch our live shows normally every Tuesday and Thursday at about three o'clock central time on my Twitter periscope, that's at our Joa or the blog on the boys Facebook live feed, but as mentioned this has been a bit of a weird week. So we're podcast only. You can listen to our podcast every day on the blog on the boys podcast feed. Makes you go. Subscribe rate review, say whatever you want. We certainly appreciate it. Search for blog on the boys in your podcast provider, and you'll get access to all of our shows. It is Wednesday April seventeenth two thousand nineteen happy hump day here on Osho live, and we promised that we would wait until after the schedule was out in order to discuss it. And then promise but teased getting special friend here on the show, the one and own. Only Pabo Joe was up. My dude. Having a great time. How about you? I'm doing well as well. I'm very excited because the NFL schedules out, we waited all day long. And it finally dropped at seven PM central time. Which is very good. A lot of us waiting to make plans. I know we're certainly in that camp. Stop me. If you've heard this before the Dallas Cowboys New York Giants week one. Yeah. All the way back to I think when they inaugurated the stadium. So yeah, you know. And generally, it's been good games. Although we've lost a couple of those opening games with them not in a while the last one actually so this game we're going to go through this real quickly are not real quickly. But we're not going to spend an hour on each game. But September eighth that is the opening Sunday. It's not on Sunday night football. That's the patriots. They're raising their banner then but Sunday afternoon kit. Cowboys giants that exact game. Cowboys giants on a Sunday afternoon was the first game in the Dak Zeke era now amazingly three years ago that was the day Terrance Williams did not run out of bounds. So that was the last time they lost. This this slot to the giants. I don't think that happens this time. No, I don't either. I think you know, the Cowboys are coming off a strong end of the season. Game against the giants to. Yeah. And you know, the giants, you know, have kind of been imploding allies back, and we always liked to, you know, see him. He's always you can count on him for some, you know, some good laughs. So looking forward to that. I first game against the giants without Odell to said that I'm looking forward to that. I'm I'm so pumped that we get to root for him. Now. You know what I mean without feeling guilty? Yeah. I know I've had him on by fantasy team before. And it was hard to root for him. But yeah, this time, it's all different. So just like they did that season the Cowboys. They started off that season in two thousand sixteen with a loss at home to the giants on Sunday afternoon. The very next week. They went to Washington. And that was if you remember Josh Norman punch the ball at Zeke and everybody got kinda nervous because Zeke was only two games into that point. And so everybody was kind of worried that he was going to be, you know, not necessarily this monster whatever the Cowboys won that game kicked off their win streak that. Season. Hopefully does the same thing as they they go to Washington and we too FRA Sunday afternoon game. Hello, case keenum. Oh, yeah. I mean, that's I think going to be the good game at at Washington and case keenum's going to probably be a good fit overall in Washington. But you know, they need a lot more components than just quarterback. I mean, I don't disagree with that. And I think that and by the way, if there's audio issues we're doing this thing, you know, duct tape. So we're sharing a microphone. We haven't done this in a long time. We appreciate those of you. Joining us like we wanted to get back to getting these out every day. But look Washington, I think is cute. They're not good. But they're cute. And at the time of us talking. We don't know the status of Josh Rosen the NFL draft is next week. So maybe Josh Rosen's on the team if he is on the team if let's be the Redskins trade for Josh. Rosen during the NFL Jaffre example, I think that were too far into the season program. Maybe not even that. But I think that we've two is too early for him to play. I think they would still be you see that you know, when you got a veteran and a young guy that team sticks with the veteran for certainly longer than one game. They wouldn't be pulling case after trading for him to after just their week one game. I agree with that. Although not Josh's first season. But yes, still think think tastes would probably be still kind of in the driver's seat. But maybe kind of getting his hands off the steering wheel. But still driving the gas pedal. Sure thing so we three and I have one takeaway already September twenty second so far only Sunday games. Another noon. Kick for the Cowboys at home against the Miami. Dolphins in my immediate take away. So far is your first three weeks if they're not three no people will panic because. It's a quarterback league and your first three games of the season, our ally manning, case keenum and Ryan Fitzpatrick, you should be three after those. Oh, absolutely. I like our chances to go three and through those. Head coach through that stretch. And yeah, I agree. A hundred percent I think there would be caused for concern and big d if they're not three and all in the solid responding three. No. It's what I would say. I mean, I I would understand if Ryan Fitzpatrick made it cute and interesting, you know, he he can do that. But you're right. I all I'm saying not singer sent this. But I'm just not expecting forty to nothing winds in those three games. I know I know that's not what your point is. But but that's a really in in those. We're going to get to the rest of this. We're going to need them to pile those winds up because there are harder games on the horizon. Yeah. No, absolutely. That's going to have to be a cushion that we build up that you know, hopefully helps us throughout the season. And hopefully, we don't need to lean on that at the end of the season. But it'd be a good momentum pick up because the next four kind of stout. I also think you get to division games to start off. And while neither against the eagles. And that's the team that's going to contend with the Cowboys. Most for the NFC east crown if you have a chance to start off to ano to get a third of your division games out of the way and win them both. That's a really big, you know, solids cushion like you said you can build up a three zero record two of those games within the division. You have to win those because it's gonna get harder. After that, the very next week four you're at New Orleans on Sunday night football taken on drew Brees, and Sean Payton, and if you're not three no all of the Garrett and Peyton talk. We'll be everywhere in late September. Oh, man. It'll be at an all time high point if we're not three note that time, but yeah, that you know, we go through the first three games. And then all of a sudden, boom, you know, here's the NFC championship NFC championship. It should have been champions losers due to a bad. Call you face right away. But yeah, I mean that'll wake you up at the Superdome. It is the last I believe last Sunday night game at the Superdome for the. Cowboys was twenty fifteen also week four. I believe this game is in week four that was the Terrance Williams catch from Brandon Weeden that sent it to overtime. And then that was the CJ spill or walk off play that gave the saints that win that was you know, the Cowboys similarly had started off to know with two games in the division. When they beat the giants and eagles season they lost to the falcons after all that nonsense, and then they lost in New Orleans, and that was really rough. And then things just got worse from there on out and things do get worse for the Cowboys because you're your prize for after going to New Orleans is you get to come home an early October date against Aaron Rogers whose real pissed off because everything Bleacher report said about him and the Green Bay Packers that two week stretch is insane. Yeah. Exactly. No. I mean, two of the better quarterbacks in the league, if not, you know, arguably to the best or the best back toback. So yeah, I totally. Agree that, you know, those are very stout games. After kind of soft start of you will. So you've got the Packers. And I think there's a legitimate possibility that your three into at that point. Because I mean, I think you lose those two games in Rio right now, I think you have to pick the Cowboys to lose those two games. I although I don't think the Packers have great roster. But we've just we've seen this movie time and time and time and time and time again Aaron Rodgers that game by the way is at three thirty three twenty five is the kick in on FOX. So you tell me Aaron Rodgers early October on FOX eight Dinty stadium. The sun is going to be creeping in. You know, you can just see it. You can literally see that. Devante atoms. Touchdown over again. I I would pick them to lose both those two games. And I think that's fair right now, I'm going to concede on the saints game because it's a way. And because obviously, you know, they're very very very prolific team. But I I think that. Green Bay is going to have a rough time. I think Aaron Rodgers is going to have a more difficult time the norm. I think our defense will probably be much better defense than what he's seen in the past. So I'm going to say, you know, that we have fairly good. I mean, I think that that's a toss up to me. I don't concede it as a loss. Okay. Well, that's fine. After the Packers though, you're back on the road, New York Jets and that game is also three thirty CBS. That's going to be a, you know, you're talking mid October beautiful day. That's that's the perfect. There's the World Series is getting ready. It's a good time of year Sam darnold levian Bill. You know, I think that that game could be spicy. I don't think that that's that's not a dub that you can lock up right now. No, it's not a although I think, you know, I'm probably more concerned about bad game than maybe any of our other away games. You know, so to speak. I little concern about the the New York Jets. And I mean, obviously they play at New England as well. So those two games in the same Momo's, upper east coast region of the country probably to toughest away gangs. I think New York Jets are going to put on a show that day. So you finish the game in New York, and you come home get some rest, and then you're back against the team when green the Philadelphia you they've come to town later in the season the last couple of years until the last time they came to Dallas was a very very intense game overtime winter. Thanks to my Cooper. And russell. Douglas, but October twentieth. That's my birthday. No big deal October twentieth. Cowboys will be hosting the Philadelphia Eagles. They actually visited the eagles on my birthday six years ago. Joseph Randall had a nice nice day good times. But either way Cowboys eagles Sunday night football October twentieth. I mean, it's it's big it's it's only late October. But that game could have such a huge ramification on who wins the division. It just because of who these teams are absolutely. And you know, I'm just I'm glad that we're catching them a little bit earlier in the season. This is almost the mid point. But I don't like it when you know like last year we paid played them twice within three weeks towards the end of the season. So no, I like this setup much better get them right before the by. And it'll be a bruising game. So we will need the by afterwards. I also I think that there's this like to that point. There's always this like, let's go all out sort of vibe bef-. Before the by because you know. Okay. You know, we've got two weeks, and you know, if you're on these are just my own thoughts. But like if you're a coach you're thinking it's kind of like like on a Thursday night. When you're you've got to do something. And you're staying up late. You know, you stay until one or two in the morning. They're like, okay, I'm going to be really tired tomorrow. But then it's Friday night. You know what I mean, then it's the weekend. So I think that there's that kind of affect before the by. And so I'm glad to have a game. Like this before the by correct now, I agree with that. So after the by the by is weak what we're talking week one two three four five six eight at this point. And then you come out week nine. I liked that by by the way. We I like I like it being I don't want to obviously it's too early. I hate that like week three week four by. But I also hate like we twelve because I think at that point. You're kind of finding a rhythm. And then you're thrown out of its it's too late. So I really liked that we. We still we. Yeah. Okay. So we nine you get just like they do last year last year they got there by and then they came back and played on Monday night football. So they got an extra day. They'll get that this season their game following the by is at New York against the New York Giants on Monday night football. And you get a really long period of time to rest to come out against the team. That is not going to be very good. Obviously in the giants we discussed that you're going to be done with the giants in single digit weeks, which is very very rare. I I like this. I really liked that. And it's been a long time since we've seen Cowboys giants on Monday night. I think the last one was October twenty fifth two thousand ten that was the night that Tony Romo got hurt and that season really broken half. A Cowboys giants football. That's going to be a good day. Yeah. I mean that a lot of you know, entertainment for that game. So yeah, I like the setup there Monday night the giants right after the bye. So then short we you gotta come home and you face the Minnesota Vikings. Amazingly this games on Sunday night football Cowboys Vikings Carrie Underwood alma goals, Chris Collins or NBC, Michelle to foia, the whole gang. I if you had I didn't do it scheduled production this year. But if you had asked me to predict the opponent's Cowboys would have had on prime time television. I would not have guessed Kirk cousins. Minnesota vikings. Yeah. No, myself either. But. But again, you know, I think it's a it's a stout test. Minnesota, you know, can be very lethal at times. So we'll see other doing mid season by the way that game caps off three prime time games in a row for the Cowboys. The by is sandwiched in there. But you've got week seven. You've got Philadelphia at home on Sunday night football. Then you're on a week nine at New York on Monday night football. We ten Minnesota at home on Sunday night football. It's no coincidence that that's late October early November sweep season for television networks, and you've got NBC get into pieces of this guy. You've got SPN shockingly. No, no, FOX benefit right there. But it is what it is. So okay after Minnesota. Then you go on the road for two games before thanksgiving at Detroit in a week. What is this now ten I'm losing track? But at Detroit after Minnesota that's a new game. That's that's one of those games. Like, I'll, you know. Cool whatever map Patricia will surely make it interesting. But I'm not that worried about it. No. I mean, it's just a good game for us to maybe try some new place some flickers or something while so, but it's good. I think that you get to take on Matt Patricia in that week specifically because the week after you are at New England that is without question. The game of the season for the Cowboys. And I hate to say that because it actually means, you know, the least immunes one at least as far as four games are concerned. If you're gonna lose games, you know, you wanna lose the AFC games and you're playing the New England Patriots. But it is. And I say this knowing full well who they are probably the last time you will play the New England Patriots at Foxboro in the Tom Brady and Bill Belichick era. So the game holds a lot of significance. It's late November. It's time of year where it gets dark like at four o'clock this games on CBS. And a lot of people shocked. Why isn't this game on Sunday night football? There are rules and ways that networks can protect. Games. And this game is is at CBS. It's on FOX. There was no way on earth that FOX was going to allow this game to get flexed to NBC. This game was only ever going to have Joe buck and Troy Aikman on the call with Aaron Andrews on the sidelines. Cowboys at New England, I think it's a loss. But this is the game. We're planning on going to for our annual road trips. I really really hope it's not I think it's going to be electric because that time of year is really really magical. We've been to games at that time of year. We went to Pittsburgh kind of around. Now, we went to Atlanta that we before thanksgiving last season. It's gonna be fun. I know that it's going to be fun. It's gonna be a great game. But it's probably going to be a loss. Yeah. I agree with everything you said, I also think you know, it's a good litmus test. It's a good barometer at that point in the season for what your team is made of and how you can compete gives you an opportunity to to dial in and make some adjustments based on what you see in that game. Because I mean, you know, you this is the where you rank yourself against a one of the best in the league. And so gives you another four five weeks to make just before hopefully the playoffs start. So so, yeah, I think it's a timing. It's good. I also think it's probably a loss and hoping for victory law. So you come home. Probably tail between your legs, you know, all or it could be one of those situations where you compete in. You say L, it's a good loss. You know? We learned a lot from the whatever thanksgiving a lot of people thought it was going to be the Miami Dolphins. That's what it's been many Stevens recently when the Cowboys have played the dolphins at home. Well that too. I mean, that's going real far back. But you're right. It is not the Miami Dolphins. It is their AFC east rival though the Buffalo Bills the Dallas Cowboys will host on thanksgiving at three o'clock as they have for five thousand years in a row. I love this. I think this is because thanksgiving's different. You've gotta have. I don't like when you have like I hated Cowboys Panthers. On thanksgiving bed isn't feel right. You've got it's gotta be Cowboys Redskins. You've gotta have something to stall jig. Cowboys Bill certainly fits the mold this games on CBS. You got Jim Nance Tony Romo. I guarantee you will see all sorts of Super Bowl twenty seven and twenty eight highlights Josh Allen. We'll be playing aids t state in for the first time and other Joshua right and co Bazeley making his homecoming on Turkey day. I'm really really pump for this. This this worked out, really. Well, I think yeah, I agree with a lot of that. And I really feel like it needs to be a cold weather team that we play on thanksgiving. And so yeah, this certainly fits the Bill. Why why do you feel that way? 'cause I kind of feel that way too. I don't know why. Well, I think because you know, Turkey day should be in, you know, kind of a cold climate or should be cold wherever your aunt like you're used to like wearing like a light jacket or for us. I mean like in south, Texas, but like you're just kind of it fits that time of year. I agree with you. Okay. So just like they did five years ago in two thousand fourteen seven days after the Cowboys play their thanksgiving game. They will travel to the windy city to take on the Chicago Bears. Speaking of Kobe's Lee, he had two touchdowns that night. We were there that was the game. Actually, it started our whole annual road trip, which is really cool. But at Chicago, very different team those were the Marc Trestman bears. That was actually fun fact that was Brandon Marshall's last game as Chicago bear. But this time around you've got Allen Robinson. You've got Khalil Mack. You've got you know, Torri Cohen, Jordan Howard. Obviously is the bears traded him to the Philadelphia Eagles. And you have Mitchell Trubisky. This game will be very very difficult. You're talking about a team that should have wanna playoff game last season. If not for an errant kick in the wildcard round, and very very talented coach, obviously, the reigning coach of the year seven days after thanksgiving, December fifth, so it will definitely be cold. But to your point I end of this type of game because it might be a little too early. But I love the NFL network Thursday night football set when the poinsettias come out, and like this is right around that time of year when when they're outside for the pre-game, and they're all wearing those like p coats and stuff it just it feels right? No for sure in as you said, we we were there the last time that happened, and it was quite a very very memorable time. We enjoyed the windy city lots to do there. And I think that the Cowboys will be victorious in that one. Even though it'll be a tough game. So that you know, the stretch what the England buffalo and Chicago is a pretty difficult as well. But I think they'll come. Out to and one through that. Well, hopefully, they do because and this is part of the reason I liked the week eight by because it sets you up you get that many by and by the way, the eagles complained about the Cowboys getting an advantage on thanksgiving. Everybody gets this. Everybody gets when the play on Thursday night football. Every single gets us in the NFL. It's absurd. But I do it isn't advantage that everybody gets and I liked it a cabbage. You're getting at this particular time because they already got their week eight by it's a now you come off of this rough and tough and coal game in Chicago. And you get the week and a half to rest and get back home and start your Christmas shopping or whatever and you're going to need that whole extra week and a half because you're going to have the Los Angeles Rams coming to town. And we're at a point now this week fifteen where hopefully the Cowboys are to place where they're about to clinch the NFC eased or playoff seedings are up in the air things like that. And that is going to very much be the case against the Los Angeles. Rams. Yeah. Absolutely. And it could be maybe a small preview. You of maybe something that they're going to meet in the playoffs or whatever it's rematch from this. You know, they're the ones that put the Cowboys out of the playoffs this past season. So yeah, I'm looking forward to that game. I think again, you know, similar to the New England Patriots game. I think this is another great litmus test for them see where their ad against a high-calibre playoff team. And hopefully, we are more competitive this time than we were last time we sixteen. Three twenty five kick on FOX. This is this is December twenty seconds. And not only will you have the point set at trees at this point. You'll have the little FOX graphic. We'll have the Christmas lights around it. And I'm talking about. That's that's when it's really awesome. Cowboys at Philadelphia. We got to see for the first time ever ah game of significance between the Cowboys and eagles in Philadelphia last season. The first time in the Dak and Zeke era it's been a long time since we've seen a game of significance between the two of them. That was in the afternoon. In fact, it was the aforementioned game that I brought up that twenty thirteen game on my birthday with Joseph Randall. So every time it's been in the afternoon. It's just been a game that's been mood at that point. I'm gonna go on record. I think at this point myself, and I'm going to say that this game is probably for the NFC east. I know I said that we before me, but I think it's the NFC east. And I think that they're both in you know, what I mean like I think they're both sitting on nine wins at that point in time maybe nine or ten wins and somebody's got the tiebreaker. So the winner gets the division. The loser. To settle for a while card because I do think the eagles are going to be good. I don't think that we can you know, discount them at this point. No, I mean, I certainly we don't have any data that would indicate that they're not going to be competitive this year. Although I think you know, I think that Carson Wentz has a tough season coming up. I mean, there's been so much you know, that has happened in past couple of years towards the end of the season for him. And he has a lot to answer for. I mean, you know, he has not been I think the, you know, at least he hasn't been as injury free as they would have hoped, and so, you know, and for his sake, I hope he is injury free. But you know, I think he has a lot to answer for. We'll see how they're doing at that point. Now, you're right. I mean, somebody tweet did a day deck Prescott has more division around appearances than Carson Wentz has finished seasons. Which is kind of crazy when you think about it. Maybe I'm being, you know, a little bit dramatic and. Putting the built in right now. But I think they're both good. I join how it's gonna make them really good. But anyway final game of the regular season. Hopefully, not the final game of the season for the Cowboys. They haven't done this since twenty fifteen they finish at home against the Washington Redskins. I think I think at that point that games just kind of whatever that game will definitely not mean anything for Washington. I mean, it could mean a matter play position for the Cowboys. Hopefully. Yeah, homefield, hopefully, hopefully, it's not something where they need to win it to get in. And certainly, hopefully it's not something that's relevant for both teams because they're both out of the mix. But you know, I'm fine with this Washington at home week seventeen whatever it's just it's just whatever you know, what I mean. Yeah, for sure, and I like the fact that their home that way Dealey if they're in the playoffs, you know, that gives them a little bit more of a break in rest to get ready. So looking at this just in sort of summer as Asian for me. The losses are at New Orleans. Green bay. I'll give one eagles game to Philadelphia. Just at a fairness. New England right now that puts me at four losses. And then maybe Chicago LA five I think you're looking at ten eleven when team they should win the rest of those games. But I think the most important thing it's craz it at so early on they have to start off three now. And I I don't mean to induce panic if they don't, but you have that gift staring you right in the face. You gotta get those three wins because it's going to be held from there on out. Yeah. I'm I'm mirror. Most of what you said. The only game that for me. I think is a little bit. More NAR court is the Packer game on October sixth. I'm not willing to concede that I think that we're going to be very competitive. I think Aaron and company or still going to be not fully jailed, you know, as a team now with their new coach and such. So I'm not willing to concede that so I'm looking at an ending Levin. Twelve game win season. I like them. Well, we're going to try to go to New England. So far, it's kind of what we're figuring out. And then we'll see what else comes out and see what happens if you're going to be at New England, you already know that show. We'll try to figure something out we had kind of hoped. It was going to be early October. Maybe the Red Sox would have been back in the World Series. And we could have doubled it there. But maybe we'll go catch a Celtics game or something. But you know, what's going to be fantastic about that though. And I can see you ordering right now we're talking late November. We're gonna go to dinner. At some Boston restaurant. I can I can just see the bowl of clam chowder that you're gonna win because it's going to be so called outside. Oh, absolutely. That's a must have when you visit that part of the country. So yeah, they make the best, and we'll certainly have some of it. So appreciate you stopping by. Hopefully, get you on the next couple of days couple weeks. I'll ask you right now. Just in case, I'll keep a general. If I told you that these players were equal, equal talent. They would create an equal impact. I asked Tony cassia some to you could have a safety or a defensive tackle with the fiftieth overall picnics week and equal players equal talents. Equal impact. So it's just a matter, and we'll call it a b plus level overall. If you just have that either one of those positions where would you want safety? I just think that the that's the area that we're most vulnerable. I think that's the area that we. Have been perceived by the rest of league, and I think perceived accurately is having the biggest weakness on the defense. And and I think that there's probably more to be gained there in terms of being able to help the defensive line get what they call coverage sacks versus the other way around. I think there's there's obviously some the beginning with a great defensive tackle. But I don't think you're going to you know, there's a lot of guys in the league. Now that they get also quick that you just can't get them. So so, yeah, I would go safety. I think that's fair. Steven Jones said during the press conference on Wednesday that they've devoted the least amount of resources to save. So I think that that's that partly answers the question. I also think you know. Yeah. You have Christmas shard, but you have this defensive lines Pacific Lee, this defensive tackle whisperer on your coaching staff and Rodman, you know, this guy who you've. Seen prove it you in your out that he can get it done with not. I don't say any average Joe, but with lesser talent. So I think it's finally time to to throw some legitimate talent in the back in there. So I would agree, but we'll see we're gonna have. So we got ten eleven wins. Maybe twelve wins. We're living somewhere between ten and twelve. Your overall thoughts and the schedule you like it everything kinda shook out the way you wanted. I like I like the majority of it. Yeah. I like the placing bar by week. I like the fact that we don't have you know, so to speak back to back or two games in three week type. Opponents. Yeah. With division opponents. So, you know, I think those two things are important for me. And I like the way shook out. Well, appreciate you stopping by. Thanks listening. 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Episode 201 - Conservatives Under Attack

The Midnight Patriots

52:18 min | 5 months ago

Episode 201 - Conservatives Under Attack

"Midnight patriot nation. Here's your chance to get it all ever wonder why i lived to say whatever the hell they want have double standards and never get the platform because money. So if you're tired of big lib cards. Msn talking heads ellen. You how wrong you are for actually believing in constitutional liberty and the bill of rights. Out was bite back now. Bus released the liberty virus subscribe now at patriotair dot com slash midnight patriots jews the subscription that view and in return. You get early. Access to episodes in content. Epic exclusive patriots Year and deep discounts at our coffee shop. Clearly you are our brand of grazie the help us spread the lunacy of liberty together. Our blood the members get it. All that's patriotic dot com slash midnight patriot patriotic dot com slash midnight patriots patriots nation. Welcome to a very special inauguration edition of the midnight. It's spartan in cryptic here with you this week so strap in and listen up. You not want to miss this one in the wake of the january six incident our nation's capital in the ensuing political shit show. I feel i can no longer remain silent because there are a lot of meaningless questions and virtue signals floating around as usual those in a position of power that will ask questions or have the ability to they will not because they would rather defend the narrative of orangemen bad that they've spent the last four years creating and ramming down our throats. Sure also they would prefer to ask biden hard-nosed penetrating journalistic questions. Like what color is this orange or. Hey what flavor of ice cream is that or hey kennel harris you. Wearing to the inauguration what is a frigging disney commercial very first and foremost the midnight patriots would like to state unequivocally that we do not condone or advocate. Violence or armed insurrection. Hard stop that. Said there are questions that must be asked and it seems. No one is asking them. Why are they not asking because to them. This is just a game your life my life. This whole thing is just a game again for ratings and profits. Their lives are unaffected because they have the platform and the resources to resist the tyranny. They comment upon. We're consistently told by msn talking heads politicians. What happened at the capitol is not the american way. It was an insurrection that this is no way to handle the situation and that the process must be permitted to work well with the political process is twisted and the constitution is twisted by the political class to accomplish their own means and infringe upon the constitutional guarantees and rights of the american citizen. Where does that leave us. Question number one. Please tell us what is the magical constitutional solution. Our founders and framers had in mind when all avenues of peaceful and legal redress of grievances with the government have been closed off to the people. Now i'm not talking about billionaires or the political classier. i'm talking about you. Can you name an open avenue to a fair resolution of redress with the government that you can actually afford. What did our founders and framers do. Did they ask permission from the crown to revolt in breakaway. Or did they take bold action question number two. What legally qualifies tyranny. A two-tier justice system repeated attacks on our rights codified in the bill of rights suppression of political opposition destroying people's livelihoods is it mass lockdowns of the name of murky science. How about keeping lists of people that support a different political party. Any of those nike qualify. Question three what was the founders intention. Our founders framers imperfect as they were intended to qualify for tyranny. There is no legal More definition the only stated that these matters should not be engaged in for light and transient causes as such. They left it up to us the free citizens to decide for ourselves what qualifies as acts of tyranny further. They provided a legal mechanism for relief. When all other avenues of peaceful and lawful redress are closed. You may have heard of it. It's number two on the list. Question number four. What do you define his guarany. Wanton acts of violating the letter and it or intention of the constitution about willful infringement. On the bill of rights. How 'bout nitpicking. Decide who won and what. The constitution applies to how about the blatant display of a two tiered justice system. How about the manipulation of election results. How about ever increasing gun control. See the thing about revolution is that it does not and never has required legal consent of politicians or those in power because they are the tyrants now for the sake of a mental exercise. Let's just said that. The narrative of the left is advancing his true. And we're all just a bunch of morons and we've been duped despite all the video with their story so far was summed up perfectly by conservative comedian named terence miller on water. Yeah i've said twitter. You probably have seen or heard of terrance williams guy wearing the maga- hat on one side of the screen sipping away at coffee while he's playing a video of some liberal mouthing off about something they know nothing about and he says so. Let me get this straight. White supremacists stormed the capital the overthrow the white supremacist government but were stopped by the white supremacist. Police force and are now being tracked down by the white supremacist. Fbi anything sound off about that to you or could be because those people are witnessing the destruction of their businesses jobs and livelihood in the name of nonsensical lockdowns. Our loved ones have been accosted and harassed both verbally and physically in public for four years and left. His politicians have been cheering on that violence. Or perhaps they dare to doubt the integrity of elections. You know like the democrats do every single time. A republican gets elected perhaps they fear further infringement on the constitutional liberties framed as necessary by politicians of both sides perhaps they perceived that the corruption of the system is on full display. Perhaps they're tired of being labeled graceless simply by the virtue of their birth or political beliefs. Now couldn't possibly be any of those right. All those reasons would just be from white fragility and they just have to be white supremacists and it should be willing to sacrifice what little they've been able to accumulate during their lives because slavery racism. Oh yeah and don't forget orangemen bad because the one thing that we all should have learned as americans from the events of two thousand twenty as when the msn talking heads billionaires. 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I saw cnn one cable companies to pull a and newsmax because conservative media does not tell the truth at least by their standards. It's frigging crazy. It's absolutely psychotic number. One eight listen i have. I don't have a single problem with pornographers or whatever these guys don't seem to realize that. The same amendments protect guys like larry flint and hugh hefner rest. Him are the same things to protect them. Does the same things that protect us. We have the right to spout our opinions regardless of whether or not it meets their definition of quote unquote truth there. I wanted to tell you. The truth is subjective term. But they want to throw around the nazi label and then work towards actual eliminating political opposition and political speech. That is exactly what the nazis dead readers fucking history book seriously i. It's basically making it to only liberal. Media is truth. It's the gospel and anything other than that is complete lies. Look at the last four years. They were really truthful when it came to everything trump and conservative related. I don't know how we can trust. Mainstream media completely lost credibility with got our even know. How many people. But i know a lot to people's stopped doing cnn. They stopped even fox sold out. That's really what that did. Yeah completely and it's no secret that this show and all of its all of its host are on the we definitely lean right way. Okay but the problem is that we're not interested in las leading our will for others thought process and others behavior models. Okay you can call that a libertarian streak or you can call it whatever you will but the point is that when you turn off the argument of one side that means that you have no counter argument to justify what you consider his truth. What you said is telling as far as the credibility model look. Cnn just announced that they are going to discontinue their airport services. And i was like wow flight. Only it's only been thirty years of shoveling shit in shoveling bullshit into the mind if every traveler that's coming into this country or through an airport number one and number two. They're new tagline. Should be cnn content. So far left not even a captive audience will watch seriously. It's true. i was reading through all the different things that the mainstream media was doing today. After biden's inauguration and my god could they not kissed democrats as any like listening to a bunch of love six. Sixteen old hormonal girls. Seriously it reminded me of chris collins worse. Oh my god yeah. Chris collins worth and his obsession with tom brady. Oman guy wets himself every time he lays eyes on. Tom brady i swear to god. That's exactly what it sounded like is their head is so far up kissing ass so they can stay relevant now. That orangemen bad has gone. What do they have to report on. I was gonna say. That's the real kicker isn't it. Donald trump is going to live rent free in their heads for another at least four years but that being said who they gonna tear apart their attack attacks on their audience are only going are only gonna gonna last for so long okay. What's going on is a typical overreaction. Okay it's some sort of social construct that tried to label anyone with the differing opinion other than a severe leftist as a traitor and an enemy of the people and this groundwork they started laying this over the past figure eighteen months. Yeah and so the narrative that somehow the people with conservative views and choose to live their lives in a conservative matter whether by faith or not are somehow traders. Let's be honest vetting the national guard. Are you shitting me you. There was another group. That did that back in the nineteen thirties and they were in germany. I couldn't really understand it and have it translated that it takes a loyalty oath to fewer. You remember him adolf that mustache. Evil douchebag they didn't take an oath to the constitution germany. They took an oath to adolf hill taking note to the king. Yeah basically they swore fealty and bethany. I'm like are you kidding me. You have nancy pelosi immediately. After the insurrection and i say that with air quotes because all the video evidence that they're trying to scrub off clearly shows that a the dc police let him in number one and number two. There's even one where the dude that's dressed up in the buffalo had inspired by the simpsons right across the cop is following him into the chamber and just says hey guys only chance that could get you to leave. Yeah i'm sorry okay. I've been to the white house. Like i went back in eighth grade. I went for a school field trip to washington. Dc got to see all the monuments and everything like that it is. It really is so we had a to the white house where we got the the standard white house tour. But i wanna know how in the hell the most secure government building and on this because we know that they track aircrafts. They've got trained snipers all around. They have more security than fort. Knox how it's possible that fifty seventy people that got into the capitol building without being shot. When i was there looking around at all the government buildings they have so much security and so many things. You almost even fly into washington. Dc or walk around washington dc without probably sniper trained on your head at some point at least around the release around the buildings where the elected officials are. That's the real trick of it. I'm sorry getting back to my point. Previously your nancy pelosi petition the chairman of the joint chiefs for military protection before the inauguration which in and of itself believe it or not left these. If you're listening. And i hope you're not is considered inactive a coup talk all. I hope she petitioned the chairman of the joint chiefs to roll the military into washington. Dc fortunately the chairman of the joint chiefs and. Forgive me sir. I forget your name off the top of my head. Fortunately he politely told her to go fuckers up because he doesn't work for her he works for the president yet. Answers to the president started on pelosi. I saw today that she thinks that trump should be held accountable as accessory to murder because of the whole capitol thing going. Yeah because all all the calls for march peacefully and patriotically and make your voice heard that was clearly inciting violence. But i guess people do what they do anansie and i saw when i was sitting there looking at it. I saw that they were talking about in. Correct me if i'm wrong but something. As far as trump's speech actually started a little bit late and was actually. I think like a thirty minute walk. From where trump was doing it versus the the building. I think i know what you're talking about. What you're talking about is it. He was actually speaking about margin. Peasley patriotically when the quote unquote insurrection happened. Yeah i've heard that i don't. I can't confirm that to be quite honest. I wasn't watching the whole thing to be totally honest. 'cause all we really saw was a bunch of rhinos roll over and play dead another having tobacco. Apologize for doing what the democrats did any time or do. Anytime republicans elected. But i digress. I i hope the republicans start to find their balls honestly. I'm tired of them rolling over and feeling like they offended everybody for standing up for what they're supposed to be believing they took an oath to do. They seem to forget that they worked for you. And i part of our employees. These are not our leaders they work for us and they have forgotten that i was listening today to to to hag killary body count. Who has no business comparing body counts. The president trump. No business okay saying that. She wants to know if trump was on the phone with putin to to coordinate the whole march on washington march on the capital or insurrection. And i thought to myself gee hillary we'd still like to see your emails your phone records. What the fuck you were doing for thirteen hours. While an ambassador and several of our clandestine employees were slaughtered. Bring up any kind of facts because we have to acknowledge feelings over fat because the stove matter. What's more important is feelings. Fuck your feelings number. One and number two nancy pelosi says oh. We can't move past the issue because the the the members have been traumatized. Nancy pelosi listen to me. You had and you villainous bitch how do you think innocent. People in cities run by democrats. Felt every single minute of every day that you allowed though cities to burn and called the mostly peaceful protests. Welcome to trauma secondly by your actions you erected a seven foot fence in surrounded with six for twenty six thousand military members armed to the teeth. But i thought i was gonna say then. You have the balls to lecture all of us. That walls and guns are un-american immoral. Fuck dirty twats. I'm telling you this is a safe zone but let me have my armed bodyguards everywhere. I go direct to sign. That said this says this is a riot. Freeze out that'll work. Yeah criminals all the time. Yeah criminals care they care. You know what i mean. I clearly remember. I can remember seeing footage of armed robberies and bank robberies where the guy walks in holding a lubbock and a revolver going. Wait let me check the gun. Laws and then. Talking about the whole insurrection with air quotes. I find how ironic it is. Actually how disgusting. It is for big tech decided to play god and start censoring everybody. That is a conservative. Taking down apps for parlor. Taking those off of apple's store taking them off a bugle on me and meanwhile still hosting the accounts of people like the ayatollah khomeini in iran the every terrorist leader unfriendly country in the world that says death to america constantly. That's fine yeah. And the other part too is i find how they quickly censored trump before he could ever respond to all the claims that were being done against him. I'm not saying the the man should really tweet as much as he does. But when you can't get the facts out through actual media outlets area you are resorted to getting them by any means necessary out to the people. Yeah exactly pleasant to say to people like i covered in the opening. The problem is is projection. Okay the left projects on us. Their idol worship their messiah. Barack obama served his two terms. Okay and then. When trump proved that he could resurrect the economy and months not years and he did it. And prove that barack hussein obama a fucking liar. Okay in a nitwit and he may be a harvard lawyer and a bureaucrat. But he couldn't run a business to save his life or resurrection economy. Okay they were butthurt screamed okay and now orangemen bad because he proved messiah. That's been the whole fucking narrative and all of sudden they want a pedophile with pedophile with dementia. Somehow a better job. Really we're talking about. We're talking about racial jungle. Joe and for those of you that don't know i don't know if they've scrubbed from youtube yet. Look up his nineteen seventies argument against our repeated integrating public schools. That's right folks. Joe biden was a pro segregationist. Also eulogized robert byrd. Okay you may have heard of him. He actually you know served in the senate for fifty years and i believe you should west virginia. Oh yeah one other thing on his resume. He was one of the grand wizards of the klu klux klan. And guess which party he was in a yeah. Democrats but mainstream media decided to describe all that because that's just fighters. Yeah that's just fine. And now now. We have biden in the white house. And i i'm telling you right now. Six months a lot of people that decided to vote because they hate trump and that was the only reason they decided to vote for biden. Which i think was a lot of them i think so too is going to turn around and realize how big they fucked up once they start losing everything that they had. That was actually going good for them. I'm gonna. I'm gonna start reminding because you and i all know some liberal morons k. We all have those guys is friends are gay number one anytime they bitch about four dollar a gallon gasoline or prices going up on groceries or whatever. I'm going to say welcome to a dude. You voted for it. Absolutely this ain't trump's will of prices were down when trump was in office going back to big tex plane. God heard one other thing. That actually was pretty good valid point and it was in regards to parlor bongino is talking about it and he sat there and was literally talking about that they specifically were holding parlor to being responsible for everything. Anybody says on that site parlor follows laws. They make sure to moderate and remove anything that could be seen as inciting violence or hate while race. Any of that stuff. Here's the thing. I think what we need to focus on and don't get me wrong here duda. I'm gonna hear you. I to begin a second here parlor. Did a fantastic job of reporting illegal behavior. Okay see the problem is that is the democrats and lapses one. Want a twist the definition of things and read into something their own intent to make a point okay partly did an amazing job of blocking post removing posts etc. That could literally be determined as criminal. Okay and sorry about that. I had interject there go ahead. No it's okay. And so what he was saying is. Isn't it interesting. How amazon turns around and tells them that they're responsible for anything and everything that posted on their site comment wiser whatnot. But you don't see. Google being responsible for any common center put on youtube. And oh my god. If you've ever scrolled through comments on a youtube video those things are the most vile hated things ever. Oh yeah oh yeah absolutely. that's okay. that's fine as long as you're holding a severed head of donald trump. that's fine but only a separate ahead of joe biden clearly unacceptable in an act of terrorism. Your love the double standard then the going back to when we were talking about some of china jobs things. I'm sitting there looking today at a lot of executive orders. He decided to sign the minute. He was sworn in i. He disbands the seventeen seventy six commission which is just stupid yet. Why why would you wanna teach proper history. Because the against the sixteen nineteen project which we pleat sham bullshit story and then he decides to submit a proposal to grant legal citizenship to eleven million illegal immigrants without making sure that they follow the same citizenship protocol that everybody else has to illegally cryptic. You can't just expect them to do that. Because the you might have to employ the same the same philosophy with the quote unquote insurrectionist. They weren't insurrectionist undocumented. Visitors heaven forbid. I hate break. And they're not trespassers if they break onto if they break into the property of nancy pelosi they're undocumented guests. It's okay for peaceful protests with quotation marks and riots and they should be angry writings. Okay that's how people have to get their message across the can't be hurt but somebody walks a group of people decided to go in and tell the senate what's up that we're tired of their bullshit and its well they should it what you and i both know in order to actually qualifies a mostly peaceful protests. You have to have a couple of things. Blm signs anti-trump signs at preferably those dating that trump is a racist but day. We'll we'll leave it at that for a minute. We'll take a break and we will come back midnight patriot nations sport here with another shameless plug for our new and improved gear shop. It is time to get your patriot on like never before from key shirts to onesies who these two hats holo mugs. We got covered from newborn to four x. Whether it's january first or july fourth stay warm look cool and cover your six. Our gear midnight patriots gear dot com. That's midnight patriots gear dot com shop now and get your patriot on. Let's mount up. And we're talking about the insurrection in the double standard going on and Cryptic did i hear correctly. That antifa is now continuing to burn down portland and seattle. Is that right filming on the details. Everybody oh yes so get this right. You get antifa members going around portland. Seattle to democratic headquarters holding up signs says biden. We want revenge for what i guess for their depressed. I don't even know they even know. These are the same people. That are being fascist. Saying that they're anti-fascist. They don't even know what they want. They just know that they wanted to continue to cause destruction and go against the law. But it's funny. Because i'm wondering here jim media and all the democrats play trump for all of this when they got them antifa saying that these were all caused because of his policies and bad. Yeah and you know they're still goings. And so my real question is what happens when you can't control the monster you created because what's happening here. My question remains the same as previously. Okay they now. They're attacking democrats so. Let's be clear if we're going to employ one standard. They would have to be labeled by the mainstream media and the democratic national committee as what domestic terrorist but they won't do it because trump called him out. Is that several months ago. You and i both know. Oh yeah he got them to be labeled that goes against the last eighteen months two years. Whatever of the mainstream media and the democrats narrative of that they're just fed up with trump's policies trump was the divider and causing bashful racism racial justice. And all this other stuff. Racism actually start with donald trump didn't exist during the barack obama administration or bill clinton administration. It's not it's not like it's not like joe biden author ninety four crime bill and hillary clinton called young black men superpredators. That never happened yet. Not at all. I did think it was funny though. Trump's fud hillary on his way out declassifying. All of the the documents for is the russia collusion because she wanted to sit there and he was on the phone. Hey guess what hillary you guess what. Here's everything that. I can possibly relief by government standards like i said i want to see her. Email records interactivity log for what you were doing for thirteen hours when because he happened is relevant. Not that's the thing that's the thing that that that stupid attention grabbing hag okay is trying to peddle influence again. Okay and it's not working okay. Here's the this is what the left doesn't understand okay. Most of us the giant block of republicans that actually put trump in office. We had basically the same scenario with trump v biden as hillary trump. Okay i don't give a rat's ass. If hillary promised me half of what's in fort knox i'm not voting for okay because i was alive during the nineties i was an adult and i remember what just an evil evil bitch. She is okay and her husband was equally as bad. You know. it's kind of funny. Both both the biden and bill clinton almost fell asleep at the inauguration today. And you gotta figure it was probably along party weekend at pedo island or the one that jebsen used to own and i'm sure they'll alita express only got back in time for them to shower shave and get a suit on so they were. I'm sure they were exhausted. Oh yeah they looked extremely tired and his call for on guy so my brain just hurts anytime. I sit there and read anything from a left democrat viewpoint like it just makes my head because i cannot figure them out for the life of me they want to still try and run in a pizza when trump is no longer the president so he is a civilian. Which if i recall in the constitution it doesn't say anything about the senate being able to impeach us we're back we're back to his virtue signaling. That's all it is. It's virtue signal and political theater. It's the high school years of when a girl walks by in the guy puffs his chest. That's all it is. It's theatrics just to try and make it seem to drive their narrative that everything conservative is the devil of course and we all know how that worked out for. Bobby boucher moms. We're gonna take another break here. Folks they stick around and we'll be back. Hey patriots be sure to join us next week for interview with very special guest. Amanda suffer cool. Germany of the portage county ohio. Gop and are a lifetime. Member certified instructor and nationally syndicated radio host of eye on the target radio and target thing. Get yourself over to our main website. Midnight patriots dot com. that's midnight patriots dot com. We can sign up for our newsletter and be notified of new shows and guests or even better. While you're there click on our patriots link. Subscribe and get loads of perks early. Access to episodes epochs exclusive merch discounts on our coffee shop and much more. that's midnight patriots dot com. Okay so we're back and picking up on the on the point that all things conservative are the devil and that worked out really well for bobby boucher waterboy the movie one of our favorites by the way where the question really is. How do i would like to ask. Question is reconciliation of the two parties even conceivable and i say that in spirit of look. Maybe i'm maybe i got play and maybe i bought into all the bullshit that's fine. I acknowledged that fact openly. That's a possibility. Okay i'm human okay did i. Did i want something more than what the reality was reality of it was. I will acknowledge that part too but that being said you don't get to beat me spit on me. Call me a piece of shit and try to de platform me and violate my constitutional rights. And then call me a nazi for what i believe in actually employ nazi tactics like silencing political opposition and say oh but we can heal know. We fucking can't because you owe us a four fucking your apology. How are we expected to not do hashtags resist. Forty six serious. Like we've got a pedo spent four years mocking whining and complaining degrading and calling us racists that we need to be reprogrammed from being white like. We're supposed to apologize for who we are. Yeah that's not going to happen and yet. They want to have us do that. But yet they wanna preach unity ya unity have hollywood and you have democrats in the senate that saying that. All of the republicans that decided to speak up and questioned the the electoral college Vote certification certification. They want them all to be resigned. And say they can be tried for treason. Yeah that's all the shit that's also laughable absolutely laughable. Okay because the democrats did it back in twenty eighteen. It did it back in two thousand seventeen. They did it back in twenty sixteen so again anytime. Republican has been elected. Democrats do exact same thing. Okay so if that's the case if you're going to set that precedent then senate the senate is going to be awfully fucking empty and going back to the whole insurrection. I was going back through. And i recall. I think it was back in two thousand eighteen. Democrats flooded the different. I think they've got the senate offices. Yeah office building. Yeah and all they can do is preach about. This is how democracy happens and this is good and this is okay and but heaven forbid conservatives. Do the same thing. And i'm not even saying that the ones that actually didn't work conservatives. I've seen different reports that some of the people that have been with and arrested were antifa members and bill members. So there's that one that got picked up on a warrant from the. Us marshall's into a utah to well account utah. He is all in all antifa and then the video footage comes up that he was working with somebody. From cnn. Cnn just filmed it. Yeah it's it's very suspicious. The way the whole went and the fact that they were allowed to get in there to me it was more of a ploy that they really wanted to try to make it. So trump can't run and twenty twenty four any other political seed whatsoever by making it basically staging for theater something that they could try and pin on him and then try to impeachment. That's not gonna work right there. What they're trying to do is invoke fear and unfortunately americans by and large overreact to fear. Okay so what they all they saw okay on the news clips that were edited was a bunch of people that were quote unquote with the trump crowd. Okay quote unquote storm. The building except the problem is that more sense than shows dc police in the capital police letting them in the building in fact in one of the videos. One of the cops even says. I don't agree with you. But i have to login. So why do they have to let them in. Yeah why did they have to let them in. If there are dangerous mob that need to lock the door. Yeah it makes it very suspicious. It's it's the same thing that they always do. They wanna put fear in here that conservatives are bad and that we are the reason that the us is going to completely disappear. God knows what they're thinking is but they want to instill fear so that a conservative is never elected as president again wins any senate races or well in anyone dares oppose them and try to call them out for their bullshit gets labeled the trainer and insurrectionist or whatever which is just a crock a horseshoe. Completely i gotta tell you though man for this whole climate blame a lot of republicans to okay. I'm not gonna name names it going back in my memory. I'm sure it. I'm sure it happened. Prior to the instant thome about the talk about. But this all started with alex jones and he was really the alpha case of e platforming and revoking bank accounts and losing revenue and shit like that because he dared question what happened in connecticut and because he was quote unquote crazy. Nobody raised a stink. Okay the problems. Is that when you don't raise a stink about somebody as crazy as alex jones and i know that opinions very personally i think he's mostly that shit okay but from time to time he's right about some things you got some good in and he is very entertaining okay regardless that said nobody spoke for crazy alex jones and now they're doing it to conservative so the problem isn't what's being said. The problem is who gets to determine what's crazy and what's not because it's okay to d platform somebody for questioning authority that it's okay to silence every one of us and the fact that big tech has the ability to decide who's account gets turned off and who doesn't just means that they're just buying time and unless section to thirty is overturned that certified will. That's the real question okay. It's not section. Two thirty that needs to be overturned modest thought not modified it needs to be enforced. Okay so very. Recently in the in defense of his company's d platforming of donald trump. Okay mark zuckerberg in writing released on the internet without solicitation that he violated section two thirty in the broader context and blah blah blah of a threat. He just admitted to being an editor to being a publisher not a platform he admitted in writing online and not one thing was said about it. I'll tell you. What if i had the his ass. I don't unfortunately that's another thing we need to talk about. Maybe in a later episode though is why are these why these liberals are so rich okay. It's because they support each other regardless. Okay they donate money to each other by their by others products and that's one thing that conservatives haven't quite figured out yet again that in order to fight back we're going to have to start fighting like they do okay. There is no conservative platforms because liberals control it all. And you know. I'm not even sure if they're liberals but they're definitely authoritarian. Oh absolutely the fact that they have the power to just decide and turn off whoever they want to. They're going gonna come out with us and sparked they're be the chinese news. The good news is some states are actually taking action as it pertains to state legislation. Okay i forgive me. I think it might be montana or north dakota. that's trying to pass a pass legislation that says that if big tech sensors you pull your account or whatever without cause or is in violation of section two thirty you could file a lawsuit there in the state as opposed to going to federal court and i think that's brilliant. I think that's absolutely what needs to be done. Yeah i think the other part to the fact of conservatives leaving twitter and facebook and all those other sites were for other platforms that do protect freedom of speech parlor and rumble on are completely for free speech. And i think though they haven't realized it yet between everybody leaving their platforms because they don't wanna fear being censored or they don't wanna be putting facebook gel for god knows what they decide to post. The other part is going to be. You're gonna start seeing with the way that they treat us. You're gonna start. Seeing the american people start boycott not from amazon and buy from mom and pop shops or buy directly from sellers site. It might take a little longer to get there. But when amazon starts losing millions to billions of dollars in revenue because people aren't using their services anymore than they'll get the picture. Okay that's another thing that needs to be spoken about is for their decision. These digital dictators between facebook and twitter have lost fifty one billion dollars in their market cap and stock price. Okay now the argument to that is oh. That's not a big deal then blah blah blah. Maybe it's not a big deal to them. But they have these directors okay. These are big money. Individuals that put money into a company with expectations of payback with interest and value. Okay so if you really wanna fight back. I would say conservatives dump every share you have cell of every sure you have of facebook and twitter okay. And just don't do business with them if they don't realize seventy four million americans are probably responsible for twenty five to thirty percent of their income and they are absolutely kidding themselves. Oh yeah and wants the shareholders and the stockholders and everybody and the board of directors. Start feeling the pinch exactly but then you. Here's the problem. Okay this is where we were getting a murky water. This antitrust comes in okay. 'cause 'cause you and i both know for obvious reasons. In our day job careers. That amazon web services is a gargantuan leigh huge company and probably host. I don't know what would you say. Thirty to forty percent of the current internet in america. Just the ballpark. I would probably say closer to probably seventy eighty percent now name. Yeah that's the problem. So you disagree. With jeff bezos or one of his positions he pulls the plug on your hosting just like he did parlour. You realize parlor can't even get into their own proprietary codes that they developed on. Aws yeah they took it all from all talk about some juicy lawsuits there even if the but the problem is that now. The beasley has cut off their income. What are they going to fight with. Cost money money man. It's true but the people that have a stake in it like bongino and the ceo. And i'm sure they've got. I can't even remember. there's somebody else. That's pretty big of her husband. I can't think of their names of the point. But they're also huge investors in sioux platform. And all their resources combined. They still have quite a bit with enough money. They don't have amazon money but they have enough money to be able to go out. And that's why they filed lawsuits against example. I totally agree but does visas politicians and judges in his pocket on his payroll to fight him off. Because just because it's an airtight. Just because it's airtight lockdown in their terms of service are blatantly. Anti-competitive won't win now. But i think the light has been shown on them with all of the investigations that were happening before the election as far as antitrust and the what was it the tampering. But the i can't think of what the all the different hearings we're doing right before the election censoring censoring. Golly so called the manipulation the white has been shown on them. I think it's going to be really hard for them. To get out of. It will probably happen. Is you'll get. I don't think partner would take it but you probably amazon trying to offer some disclosed amount of money to make them go away however an undisclosed settlement here. Yeah yeah but because of parlors beliefs and what they believe in fighting for freedom of speech. I think that they would probably look at that. Offer until jeff to go shove it up his ass though. See him in court that they want everything right into the public record absolutely i. I don't think. I don't think they care about the money. They care about the actual. I think i love the optimist. That way what i can tell you. They definitely care about the money. Okay this is wrong. It is about principle but it believe me it is also about money. I'm not saying that they want. They wouldn't like the money. Because of the fact that imagine the expansions they could do and all the upgrading of their infrastructure. And everything like that to make sure it doesn't happen again. But i think more so. They obviously want to recoup everything they lost from being taken down in the coating and everything. I don't even know how long parlour has been established. I don't know all i knew. They were established but they've been down now for probably about two weeks if memory serves well and as anybody knows with the nba locked coats and they've got a code everything back for anything that they didn't manage to keep off of the amazon servers and everything. They've never do it all back from scratch. Which is multiple weeks. Probably millions of dollars to yeah coders. Don't work for free now in our nor should they have to. They don't work for free in the amount that coders get paid is is astronomical especially for and from what i saw they were hoping to have partner all the way back up by the end of this month which means lots of hours. Lots of money. So yeah they want the money back so that they can recoup all their losses but they also want to make it a staple of big tech. You can't do this you can't infringe on people's first amendment rights because of the fact that you find it against your beliefs you're absolutely right about that and amplify your point. Let this sink in In talking and i know you know this because you saw it but this thinking patriots put something on full display here. The extremely leftist president of mexico a foreign nation the government of poland. Who actually knows what nazism and communism looks like because they lived through it. Okay those two governments alone are mounting more of an effort against big tech to stop big tech censorship than our own congressmen and senators. Let that sink in for half a second heads of foreign lands are doing more for us in this country than our own congress and senate now tell me again why. The people are pissed off it goes to e pockets. All of the big were huge benefeciaries to the democratic party. They've been basically bought votes as far as i'm concerned between censoring all of the stories and labeling this false information and they're fact checkers ones that they four and notice. The fact checker didn't show up until the truth started getting out god and who checks the fact checkers again. We've brought this up before. But who are these fact checkers. I know for fact if you go to snoop's dot com. It's run by two people that live in. I forget what state believe them. But it's a husband and wife that run up there and are hard. They're hard core leftists. They're hardcore left us number one and number two and number two. What makes them the arbiter of truth constitution the us constitution not only protects facts in protects. Opinions okay so my interprete. If we both looked at the same set of facts we come at two completely different viewpoints. I'm just saying that's possible. You and i pretty much. Don't let's said that we did. I have an opinion. I can voice my opinion okay. You have an opinion you can voice yours. What happened to the principal in this country of i may disagree with your your with what you say but i will defend my death. Your right to say it. What the hell happened to that country. That's between the censorship of big tech and of msm that those type of things can't happen anymore because everybody wants to plant conservatives as wrong as our opinion is completely orval and again. Why can't it can't possibly be about political control and eliminating opposition viewpoints. That would be something. Nazis do right. I don't know all right. I think we're gonna leave it there for the night. You got anything else. No i think we're okay for now. I think i was gonna talk about biden. And his harris accord joining back into their. But i did at least see that ham. Bring that proposal that at least the senate decided that they wanted to review it before they agreed to letting us back into their. So maybe something good come from that. It's going to be rubber-stamped senate so don't plan on anything. Other than america footing the bill for the rest of the world's pollution. Because that's because evidently it's our job to to pay for the rest of the world including china somehow. It's our job to be every other to everybody. Yeah exactly exactly pinterest. Thanks for joining us for this. Very special inauguration day episode of the midnight patriots. Appreciate it and we will see you next time and just remember. The constitution is not just a suggestion. Midnight patriot nation. Listen don't ever ever let anyone convince you. That fairy tales aren't real. We wake up every morning and drink a potion made a magic beans that brings us back to life and helps us form complete sentences. So here's a real story with your happy ending included. Get yourself over to midnight patriots. Coffee dot com. Where the you choose. Spartans fury phoenix rising cryptic chaos. Were burton's blast kick insomnia s with any of our great tasting american-made small batch affordable gourmet coffee. 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August 15th, 2019

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August 15th, 2019

"The following presentation is brought to you by the rail network. Buzz burbank news income in a heads up for mom and apple pie. Welcome to my weekly report for thursday august fifteenth twenty nine thousand nine. Thank you for listening to his independent pendant news which appreciate your support through the donate button at buzz burbank dot com. The man who currently occupies the oval office is on vacation this week yet. Somehow somehow managed to take on the american bald eagle the statue of liberty in the first amendment should mom and apple pie take cover shouldn't they at least be warned and and that was just on monday. We'll get to all of it but let's begin where the week began and the thing everyone seemed to be talking about a clear reflection of the times in which we live countless americans engaged in conspiracy theories this week about the death of accused child sex abuser and trafficker jeffrey epstein those conspiracy theories continue today today epstein allegedly committed suicide in his manhattan jail cell inviting suspicion and speculation for both the right and the left since epstein had been friends with both donald trump and bill clinton. If this nation had a real president he or she would have reminded us that this is no time for speculation and no time for finger pointing a true leader would urge calm and insists that the criminal justice system leave no stone unturned in finding the facts and that the investigation be allowed to proceed unimpeded heated a true president would insist that we withhold our judgment until the investigation was complete the way the founding fathers intended they would remind us that a court of law he's bound by the rules of evidence and fairness while the court of public opinion is not. That's how it was done before. Donald trump terrance williams is an african american comedian actor and political conservative. Perhaps you remember terrance k williams from the movies pizza joint and tactical tactical girl or perhaps not mr williams had tweeted his own suspicions about epstein's death and implied that bill clinton was somehow responsible and that was exactly exactly what donald trump wanted to say so the president of the united states re tweeted. This preposterously unfounded accusation that a former president had a guy killed terrance. Williams wondered how a prisoner on suicide watch could commit suicide and that's what trump wanted to know to actually countless americans were asking asking the same thing when in fact it wasn't even the right question because epstein was not on suicide watch when his death occurred still this was no time for the facts to get in the way of what trump had had to say to his sixty three million twitter followers ignoring his own justice department's announcement that epstein had died apparent suicide trump was implying the clintons were we're behind epstein's death knowing his voter base would eat that up with a spoon nevertheless trump who controls the justice department that had kept epstein behind bars was blaming the clintons who have no positions in government and no aspirations to ever hold public office again. What is apparent is that friday court documents were made public that laid laid out the never before exposed details of epstein's decades of abuse epstein saw for the first time the seriousness of the charges he faced and how he would have to face the victims in court and how for whatever reason he would have to refuse to name others who had partied with him so by friday night it was clear to jeffrey epstein that he would never against the freedom or ever feed his perverted addiction again the guards such as they were were apparently asleep. There was no cellmate to call for help up three weeks had passed since epstein was on suicide watch but by friday night. He had his bedsheets back. The bureau of prisons is part of the justice department led by trump attorney general william bar for what it's worth bar has vowed to continue to pursue epsteins co conspirators. Stay tuned trump is no stranger to conspiracy theories before his campaign. He promoted the myth that president obama was born in kenya on the campaign trail trail. He accused texas republican senator ted cruz dad of being part of the plot to kill president kennedy before and as president trump falsely claimed that the obama had wiretapped trump tower he toyed with the theory that the late conservative supreme court justice antonin scalia had been murdered. The washington post counted twenty three three conspiracy theories bandied about by trump at now as president. He's proposed at one of his predecessors on the democratic side had a guy. I killed unlike what a normal sane president would do as millions of americans went wild on social media with the hashtags clinton body count and trump body count but as with conspiracy theories trump is also no stranger to lies or as the washington post still carefully calls calls them false and misleading statements. His endurance is remarkable is the sheer numbers in its monthly count just completed last week. The washington post added more than twelve thousand lies from this president. In the nine hundred twenty eight days he had been president. What's worth noting in this monthly report is that the pace of lies has picked up again his presidential averages thirteen a day average over the past two months twenty a day of fifth of his lies or about immigration most of those about how he's building a wall when in fact he isn't at least not the big beautiful concrete wall. He's been pitching fences and barriers some <hes> yes wall no. He's lied nearly two hundred times about the u._s. Economy being the best it's ever been in history. He lies almost as often about the size of his tax cut more significant than the president's lies. However is the number of people who don't believe him. A washington post fact checker poll shows that more more than seven in ten americans don't believe his most repeated lies which includes a sizable number of trump's voters of course none of this dissuaded trump from retweeting pizarro an unsubstantiated conspiracy theory instead of urging support for a search for the truth f._b._i. Agents were reportedly horrified ride that trump had just made their job harder by firing up more angry white men with guns a spokesperson for the clintons via twitter issued an obligatory <unk> denial and wondered if it was time to invoke the twenty fifth amendment to the constitution which provides for the removal of an unfit president what we do have is an impeachment of this president it began with a whimper not a bang apparently by design flying under the radar to avoid political backlash. There was snow great proclamation. No dramatic televised hearing. Most people still don't realize it's underway already. Most of the major news organizations have been slow to catch up the the committee chairman who would begin impeachment hearings is jerry nadler of the house judiciary committee and it was a week ago tonight that nadler admitted to multiple news outlets. Let's quote this is formal impeachment proceedings he was referring to two lawsuits filed by his committee to get testimony from don mcgann and another to get hold of secret secret grand. Jury testimony gathered in the muller probe in both lawsuits. The word impeachment is used to get faster court rulings. The word was used sixty seven times in the grand jury lawsuit quoting the lawsuit to get former white house counsel don mcgann to testify judiciary committee is now determining whether to recommend articles of impeachment pitchman against the president based on the obstructive conduct described by the special counsel nadler says he hopes the full house will vote on articles of impeachment by by the end of this year. We're gathering the evidence says nadler. They hope to use that evidence to back charges of high crimes and misdemeanors worthy of impeachment in every meaningful way. Our investigation is an impeachment inquiry says florida judiciary member ted deutch a majority of house members already favorite. We looked dub after muller's testimony and realize we're in an impeachment inquiry says judiciary member jamie raskin but until congress gets back to work in the second week of september any action on impeachment will come fairly quietly from the courts not from dramatic t._v. Testimony that unsealed grand injury testimony could unleash a gold mine of information getting a court order forcing mcgann to testify would be used to force other key witnesses to face a congressional grilling. The hearings begin shortly after the lawmakers returned to washington. If the courts rule is quickly as we expect until then the impeachment that that he's already in progress quietly flies under the radar congressional democrats are already investigating whether trump obstructed justice in the muller probe and in his part in the illegal campaign contribution known as the stormy daniels hush money payments. They've sued to get his tax returns. As they investigate possible money. Laundering ties to russia at least twenty investigations and trump has resisted all of them lawmakers have also sued to get the entire unredacted muller report. The house is likely succeed in most if not all these lawsuits especially the ones that mention impeachment so many times if and when that happens perhaps by by the middle of next month the televised impeachment hearings would begin and it would no longer be flying under the radar. Donald trump is afraid afraid of impeachment not because he thinks it will remove him from office but because it will paralyse his presidency in a defensive posture and permanently damaged the legacy he had envisioned for himself as it stands his pre impeachment days are numbered in the meantime he stepping up the cruelty toward migrants and toward nature itself starting off his vacation week with administration moves to gut the endangered species act to virtually eliminate legal emmigration to make life harder for the legal migrants already living here and to stifle free speech at about the same time bladder putin was warning google not to interfere in russia's elections by allowing video on youtube of this week's massive anti putin protests in moscow. Go the trump administration was working to give whichever presidents in power here the ability to regulate speech on the internet. The draft of a trump executive order has found the light of day and it puts the f._c._c. in the federal trade commission in charge of policing free speech online forcing racing platforms like instagram google facebook and twitter to enforce the government's policies. It means that whichever party is in power trump trump and future presidents could dictate what and what cannot be said online and administration could even shut down a private website if they don't like what it has has to say trump believes twitter and google in particular have been discriminating against conservatives. He wants to change that sadly. Government censorship of the internet is an idea backed by some democrats as well eager to stop the trolling and disinformation civil rights groups say the proposed executive order is an unconstitutional violation of the first amendment. They warned that if it's enacted it would be the death of free speech on the internet. Vladimir putin hooton would be pleased. Putin is no doubt very pleased about the efforts of the man who's become known as moscow mitch when the trump administration asian set out to lift sanctions from a russian oligarch who's tied to both putin and the trump campaign manager paul manafort the democrats said no many republicans also said no but mitch mcconnell as senate majority leader blocked that bipartisan effort to keep the sanctions asians soon afterward that oligarch oleg der pasqua russia's aluminum king was pouring hundreds of millions of dollars in the mcconnell's home state kentucky to build an aluminum factory there a representative of the company had met with one of mcconnell's political operatives the night before mcconnell blocked that vote but that was just the beginning their pasqua and these people have since been in touch with governors and officials in eight different states for more aluminum plants it would appear that it's russia's goal to build an industry in the u._s. that because he's here would not be subject to government sanctions against russia according to a pentagon report it is part of russia's strategy to destroy the u._s. by dividing its people and making it financially really dependent on russia democrats in congress are pushing for an investigation of the kentucky deal and where all this is leading in the meantime with a much needed new industry in his impoverished state of kentucky. Thanks to russia moscow. Mitch continues to block bills. That would protect u._s. Elections from russian russian interference not only mcconnell despise his nickname. He may see it. As the beginning of the end of his powerful political career as for the jeffrey epstein case it goes forward even after his death and perhaps with more momentum the justice system can now get it epsteins records. It's another evidence and witnesses whose nondisclosure deals no longer hold up because he's dead the system can freeze and confiscate his six hundred million in assets compensate epsteins victims and even pay for the investigation itself and criminal investigation of epstein is not over epstein was charged with conspiracy of sex trafficking teenage girls. Legally there cannot be a conspiracy without at least one other person. There may actually be several title or many who were somehow complicit in epsteins twisted enterprise in varying degrees including some big names and although epsteins not around to name those names other people in a position to know are still around a bunch of people as it turns out while the investigations continue into how epstein was allowed to hang himself in his cell why he was removed from suicide watch and why he didn't have a cell mate as regulations require so continue. Can you also the investigations into the twisted little world he had created for himself and other high powered men yesterday. One of epstein's alleged victims filed suit against the epsteins. Stina state is longtime associate his lane maxwell and three female members of epstein's household staff at his manhattan mansion in new york other victims. They're also taking legal action. The numbers could go very high based on what we've learned already and the f._b._i. Is also very interested in his lane maxwell who fled apparently apparently to london where she has no listed address she may or may not still be in london. Maxwell was considered to be epsteins chief co-conspirator even taking part in some of the sexual assaults of underage girls but mostly as a procurer allegedly other girls were employed to recruit even more girls else to try to keep up with epstein demands that means more co-conspirators end more witnesses the f. b. i. and federal prosecutors who pursued epstein and while he was alive have not let up and have instead focused on those very real conspiracy to abuse teenage girls with his death. More victims are likely to come forward no longer in fear no longer bound by confidentiality agreements. Epstein casey is far from over even with his death. Unfortunate timing are the words used by trump's acting homeland security director to describe the massive immigration sweep in mississippi incipient arrested six hundred eighty people the raids came on the same day trump made an unwelcome visit well paso where twenty two people who had been shot to death by a man out to kill mexicans mexicans. None of the food processing plant executives in mississippi who hired these people illegally have been charged. That's true to form and the trump administration. Eleven small businesses have been charged with hiring undocumented workers but no large companies have been charged zero. Only employees louise were arrested in the mississippi raids leaving. They're crying. Children behind schools had not been notified of the rate and had to figure out what to do with the kids when the final bell rang that day eh some kids went home to find their parents were already gone. No one had been notified. There was no planning in that regard. It was a new way to separate great families. If the point was cruelty mission accomplished congress is investigating the mississippi rate as part of a larger investigation into trump's immigration policies ice officials were on the defense with images of crying abandoned children on t._v. Their parents snatched from them. It should that'd be noted that not even the white house got advance notice of the raids because officials don't trust trump not to spill the beans again to again. Destroy the intended element of surprise prize six hundred ice agents were quietly flown to mississippi to swoop down on these half dozen food plants of the six hundred eighty people arrested nearly half including at least one u._s. Citizen were released but nearly all of them now without a steady income. The fear that is also the point of these raids continues to permeate the hispanic community and the mississippi raid was the biggest one ever conducted in american history. Keep up. The cruelty is the current white house policy. The trump white house has ordered ice to carry out dozens. More workplace raids before for this year is out trump told reporters raids like the one in mississippi are a very good deterrent. The president told reporters that people here illegally will be removed whether the companies that hire them will be punished remains to be seen we had best not hold our breath and undocumented jorges. Hey castro of ecuador worked for the trump organization for nine years. He tells the washington post trump doesn't want undocumented people in the country but that quote at at his properties. He still has them. If you're a good worker says hoar hey papers don't matter until about three months ago or hey was part of an elite crew of construction construction workers who are two things they are undocumented employs donald trump and they are extremely good at working with stone making rocks into practical works of art. It's hard heavy work using large stones to build fountains and waterfalls and even sidewalks at trump properties around the country jorges says he's done work at seven of trump's golf courses and resorts. One of jorges coworkers told the washington post his trump organization supervisor had told him do go to a new york street corner to buy a fake i._d. The company pledged last year to purge. It's payroll undocumented workers and some have gone but the rock moving crew that so good they've become known as the flintstones continue to work for the president's company just over a month ago trump told reporters. He didn't know if his golf resort still employed. Dozens of undocumented workers well that i don't know because i don't run. It replied trump adding. Probably every club in the united states has has that from what i understand a way that people did business when an ice official was asked by c._n._n. This week why there have been no raids on trump properties the the official replied you can't really say that for sure but he had more cruelty up your sleeve for those who are in this country legally a new regulation issued monday morning could dramatically cut the number of legal immigrants to the u._s. Making it much easier to reject their applications for visas and green cards this new rule would punish legal migrants who legally use food stamps medicaid or housing instead the new policy all is he grants visas and green cards to those with education a command of english a good credit score health insurance and money. If you come to this country with these things you are welcome here. Being a young adult also helps being fifty eight years old does not being healthy hopefully helps being. Ill does not never mind what it says on the statue. You're tired and you're poor are not welcome here. Give us your rich young young and healthy acting director of citizenship and immigration. Ken kucha actually revised that famous poem on the statue of liberty at least in his mind to read. Give me your tired your poor your huddled masses yearning to breathe free who stand on their own two feet and it will not become a public charge inge coup chanel whose family emigrated here from italy at a time italians were not welcome here said the poem inscribed on that statute. There's it's national symbol was meant for europeans is implication not brown people so this addministration has even reinterpreted and misinterpreted the statue of liberty even legal migrants who might have to use public benefits can now be turned away under the new trump policy whether they've taken advantage or not that's prompting immigrants to stop applying for or accepting public help to which they are are legally entitled immigrants are being punished. It's all about the cruelty. The trump administration has already made deep cuts in the number of refugees we take in and has made it harder to even ask for asylum morality and the statue of liberty aside. The granting of asylum is required by u._s. u._s. And international law this morning donald j trump became the first american president us foreign relations to punish domestic political legal rivals trump angrily tweeted that israel should block the scheduled visits of congresswomen repeated to leave and ilan omar over there calls for a boycott of israel l. Israel has since bowed to trump's will and has in fact barred entry to women representing american voters. Imagine waking waking up one morning and finding yourself in iraq. Jimmy l. dowd spent nearly his whole life in detroit where he got care as a diabetic with a serious mental illness that led to a string of run ins with the law but jimmy's live in detroit ended two months ago when ice deported him to iraq like most of us. Jimmy had never been to iraq and didn't speak the language last week. He posted a facebook video in which you said i've been throwing up sleeping in the street and trying to find something to eat adding. I've got nothing over here this week. Jimmy died and baghdad. Probably from a lack of insulin along ice says it sent him to iraq with quote a full complement of insulin goading families democratic congressman. Jimmy should have never have been sent to iraq now. He says someone has died over on facebook. Trump campaign ads ed's appeared promoting latinos for trump. Even after a gunman had killed nearly two dozen people to help stop what he'd heard the president and fox news call and hispanic hispanic invasion tucker carlson went on vacation last week after the firestorm over his claim that white supremacy is a hoax and that caused big advertisers to drop his show as well but it was tucker carlson who in april of last year told his viewers that the thousands of central americans headed added for our border. We're not refugees but border jumpers and he called it. An invasion six months later as another band of migrants headed north to the u._s. and coulter her told fox viewers. You can shoot invaders days later former d._j. Rush limbaugh warned his mesmerized audience that if the central americans weren't stopped the u._s. would lose its identity a common claim of white supremacists they would limbaugh claimed eventually erase american american culture as we've known it that he said is why it's an invasion tucker carlson often repeated the word replacement based on the white supremacist supremacist theory that brown people are flooding the u._s. to erase and replace the white culture republicans in congress piled on repeating what they had heard from from both right wing media and trump in the written statement left behind by the el paso shooter virtually quoted these right wing talkers as as well as quoting the president who had also called the waves of immigrants and invasion the new york times found three hundred instances during the trump presidency presidency in which fox news had aired the word invasion in the context of immigration. Sometimes the talking heads at fox repeated what they heard from the president. Sometimes he repeated what they had said and then the shooter quoted them both in the written statement he'd prepared renowned columnist eugene robinson wrote this week that it's not just the white supremacist sentiment that makes trump a dangerously unfit president but quoting robinson johnson the corruption the ignorance incompetence and the stunning lack of empathy trump had already proven more than once he is not the consoler solar in chief we found in george w bush and barack obama in his white house remarks last monday about the dayton el paso gun slaughters trump read the teleprompter the uncomfortably with no detectable motion but this past week made it clear. He has no compassion period much less for the survivors of a gun massacre as a narcissist. It's always about him. People who've been to the aftermath of mass shootings often carry nightmares trump was fuming about the tone of the cable news coverage of his trips to dayton and el paso as soon as he'd return to the white house. Trump was tweeting about the love respect and enthusiasm. He received on on that trip adding that the fake news had worked overtime trying to disparage me. The trip was never about the victims or even the medical professionals or the first first responders. It's about how he would look to deal with domestic terrorists and white supremacist. We likely cannot count on a president who's called. I'm fine people and since he's attorney general acts as the president's personal attorney instead of representing the people of the united states. We likely cannot count on him either her. So who do we turn to private attorneys general a private attorney. General is a real thing a private attorney. Only general is any lawyer whose lawsuit benefits not only his client but society as a whole taylor dumpson is the first black woman to serve as student government president at d._c.'s american university when she was elected bananas appeared on campus hung by tiny nooses and emblazoned seasoned with racist messages they appear to the student government offices. They appeared outside taylor dumpson sorority the masked man who had placed these racist symbols also published dunton's name and photo along with links to our facebook and twitter accounts and called on other races to troll storm her the private attorney who represented dumps in going after this guy has won the case that racist online trolling can interfere with a person's equal access access to public accommodations and that's illegal the oregon man who had targeted miss dumpson as been ordered to give her a sincerely written apology alaji to renounce white supremacy and to work against bigotry in two hundred hours of community service is parents say he is remorseful. He's been ordered to never again troll or publish private documents about any individual. It is the first time a court has made such a ruling and it it opens the door for more such lawsuits more private attorneys general if the law cannot or will not go after the spreaders of hatred hatred and violence the lawyers will as private attorneys general the fire hose of news. This week has not washed away the momentum. I'm for gun control that was so visible the week before but neath a succession of outrageous that followed that bloody weekend gun control advocates have been focused on their mission and they've been doing something energized by americans fed up with gun violence and by a weakened an r. a. and by a president who seems to be at at least for the moment saying he's four background checks gun control groups have floored the accelerator senate majority leader mitch mcconnell has heard from a few members of the brady campaign about the background check bills already sitting on his desk already approved by the house well okay he's heard from more than twenty thousand members of the brady campaign which is also calling on mcconnell to drag himself and the rest of the senate back from their six week summer vacation to do something moms demand action is running tv ads mcconnell's home state of kentucky to pressure him and the rest of the senate back to work for an emergency session but wait. There's more thousands of volunteers for moms. Demand action will conduct rallies in all fifty states. This weekend backed by the group every town for gun safety. They'll be out demanding. Their senators expand background checks and red flag laws not radical ideas but the ideas the vast majority of americans support ford left and right including gun owners and n._r._a. Members moms demand action is also scheduling meeting with lawmakers in every district of every state eight that the n._r._a. Considers it stronghold guns down america will next week stage rallies at walmarts across the country that groups goal is to pressure walmart in the stopping it sales of guns and stopping its contributions to the political candidates who also get money from the n._r._a. Trek while each day brings new outrages of various signs the gun control effort is laser focused making progress arrest while it has the chance under tremendous pressure to do something about the violence trump declared that republicans would lead the way in implementing very meaningful background checks for gun buyers despite consistent republican resistance against universal background checks trump told reporters that senate majority leader mitch mcconnell also facing intense pressure was now willing to consider two bills already passed by the house that would strengthen background checks that that <hes> not surprisingly appears to be untrue trump said mcconnell is now totally on board. Even though mcconnell had refused to allow vote and mcconnell's office says he has not changed his position at all mcconnell knows that trump has proposed and then backpedaled on background checks before four and mcconnell knows that as much influence as trump has over his party. Many of his senators are even more influenced by the n._r._a. And mcconnell should not be surprised that after trump announced his renewed support for background checks the president got a phone call from the n._r._a.'s wayne lapierre's loppy the air repeated the n._r._a.'s opposition to increase background checks and told trump he would alienated voter base by supporting them and as vital as the n._r._a. Was was to trump's two thousand sixteen campaign. He reportedly now believes that he is more influential than the gun group with both his voters and the republicans is in congress. Trump has reportedly noted that the n._r._a. Is in a weakened state fighting internal battles while facing multiple investigations of fourth n._r._a. Board member resigned this week. Trump's also reportedly talked with aids about a rose garden ceremony for signing big gun control legislation with little chance that trump will get the republican support. He says he wants aides. Say the president may be getting ahead of things with that rose garden ceremony immonen democrats in the house meanwhile or pushing renewing the ban on assault rifles that would not pass until twenty twenty one of the earliest for as long as republicans still hold the senate but doing something seemed better than doing nothing. Assault weaponry is a topic even democrats had been afraid to touch for years but that fear has passed replaced by anger about the epidemic gun violence in this nation more than any other nation nation on earth nearly six in ten of us favor an assault rifle ban support for universal background checks is at eighty nine percent the sales of bulletproof backpacks for children have spiked three hundred percent since the mass shootings of the past last month in fact sales of bulletproof backpacks and bulletproof inserts backpacks have been on the rise since twenty sixteen the most popular ones feature feature either avengers superheroes or disney princesses they have harry potter winds to some cost hundreds of dollars and they are not foolproof especially against a high powered weapon and the companies behind these products are they exploiting fear are they selling a false sense of security. There are also also bulletproof clipboards and bulletproof three ring binders at places like office depot bulletproof whiteboards and chair cushions and stylish bullet proof vests asked for kids welcome to twenty nineteen america. Not every american founding father was right about everything thing. Ben franklin hated the bald eagle calling it a bird of bad moral character because he said they were too lazy to fish for themselves which is not true through franklin wanted the turkey to be our national bird a bird of real courage. He called him albeit a little silly he said against franklin's wishes wishes the bald eagle became our national bird but in the nineteen sixties thanks to hunters and pesticides. The symbol of our country was in danger of extinction. It was one of the first endangered species to be added to an official government list of animals on the brink starting in nineteen seventy three with the signature of then president richard nixon of all the birds fish animals and plants ever added to that list ninety nine percent of them have been saved from extinction including including horses condors wolves bears leopards frogs turtles wales manatees whooping cranes and flowers. The american bald eagle made a comeback and remains a proud symbol of the u._s. Saved by conservation efforts and the endangered species act entered donald donald trump who on monday morning gutted the endangered species act the united nations says worldwide some one million species of the plants and animals are in danger of extinction as humans continue to shrink their environment and poison their water soil and air twelve thousand species in the u._s. Are at risk of the sixteen hundred living things on the government's endangered species list all but forty seven are still on that list still still considered endangered under the new trump. Administration rules set to go into effect next month. The government can now decide that. Maybe the fossil fuels to be gathered in the money to be made are more important than the survival of some owl. Most people have never even seen the trees in which those who towels house live crashed to the forest floor. If we decide we need the lumber more if we need the housing development or the seven eleven more than we i need some frog you get the idea. The new rules give the government discretion in deciding what the foreseeable future is for a given species allowing them to ignore longer term predictions that are likely more grim than the government's definition of forseeable future. A new study study shows california has reduced its carbon emissions again and it didn't hurt the economy there. The report says the golden state is on schedule to cut emissions nations to the goal set in two thousand six by then governor arnold schwarzenegger now that the trump administration has rid itself of most of the scientists scientists at the u._s._d._a. and other agencies and deleted much of their tax payer funded research. We are forced to rely on independent. Resources is outside the government for our science. The center for american progress is out with a new report called. How much nature should america keep. The think tank reports the the u._s. Lost twenty four million acres of natural land to the human footprint between two thousand one and twenty seventeen having natural land a and without a human footprint is crucial to combating climate change and the report says we should set a goal of protecting thirty percent of the natural land that remains remains at least and to make sure that it's fully protected by the year twenty thirty much of the land we lose is lost a farming between they're expanding ending cities and they're expanding farms and the roads built to connect them in the midwest. The footprint of man now covers fifty nine percent of the land in the south. It's forty-seven percent nationwide. However sixty percent of our land remains undeveloped and that puts the u._s. In the top five nations on earth for conserving such a big part of its territory but only twelve percent of the u._s. is protected land and protections as we were reminded. This week can be taken away. We've heard before about the loss of south american rainforests but we've heard very little about africa until until now a new report in the journal nature communication says that thanks to land development fires and drought the soil in tropical ogle northern africa is now releasing between a billion and one and a half billion tons of carbon into the air and the impact of humankind humankind is being felt in the c as well as on land. The human footprint on our oceans has doubled in just the past ten years according to a u._c. Santa barbara study and the research indicates man's impact on the we'll double again in the next ten years warmer rising seas or slowing down the ocean's currents. It's it's the current that introduce circulate oxygen and other nutrients into the water. The warmer water is more acidic bleaching the coral. That's a vital part of sea life. You've pollution feeds life. Killing algae commercial fishing depletes supply of seafood. The shipping industry and military activities have also made we live in the ocean more challenging for the creatures that live there this week's climate news includes a warning about those beautiful dr seuss looking joshua oshawa trees that have lived in california's mojave desert for two and a half million years could be virtually gone eighty years. The soil has never recovered from a string of droughts or temperatures this warm in the higher elevations where it's supposed to be cooler. Joshua trees rarely survive a wildfire around the smog from nearby l. A.'s choking them by the end of the century colleges predict they'll be only a few trees laughed as joshua tree national park get hotter and dryer quoting one over the past two million years. We've had multiple ice ages warming periods in between and the joshua trees ed survived that but right now. He says the warming is happening so quickly. It's getting hotter than any of those previous periods. They don't don't have ice fishing contest in new jersey anymore. An entire new jersey industry of shipping ice from it's frozen lakes to new york city as melted away. These winters do not exist anymore. Says a concern garden stater new jersey's average temperature has shot up by two degrees celsius since eighteen ninety-five rising zing twice as fast as any other part of continental u._s. New jersey has now crossed the red line for climate change that dreaded two degrees celsius just to what degree you feel. Climate change depends on where you live. Global warming is not an even heat. The earth's temperature is up. One degree celsius on average jerseys is up by two and new jersey is not alone. It has heated up considerably in l. A. phoenix cheyenne in wyoming southeastern utah the northern parts of montana north dakota minnesota michigan maine rhode island boston and new york city. I am proud to remind listeners each week of the existential crisis we face in terms of life on this planet as we have known it. That's been the case for a while l. Here now and i have no plans to let up next month scores of news organizations in the u._s. and around the world have jointly agreed to focus more heavily than ever on climate change in concerted effort to get everyone's attention for many of us. It will be a lead story in september because it is after all a matter of life and death just days after trump pulled the u._s. Out of a nuclear weapons agreement with russia. There was an explosion near a town long russia's arctic coast it looked like a small atomic blast and in fact radiation levels spiked to sixteen times normal in in that coastal town and people rushed to their local drugstores for iodine to minimize the thyroid damage at least seven people were killed by the blast including five russia's top nuclear scientists. The russian government hadn't said much to its people about the explosion. See also chernobyl. The missiles unshielded nuclear engine apparently fell into the white sea off northwestern russia. A special ship outfitted for sucking up radioactive water appeared just off-shore russian news agencies told the locals that a train would be sent for them to evacuate the entire town for a few hours for some kind of operation and many locals didn't trust the evacuation one saying he'd rather wander off into the woods then get on board that train. Why did the russians want everyone. I wanted to get out of town. Why were the bodies of the dead carried away in ambulances that had their doors and windows sealed with plastic. Why are also the doctors who treated needed those injured in the blast now also getting medical attention and now just as mysteriously the four hundred fifty townspeople boulevard angels russia have been told. There's no need to evacuate after all. Is it because that in terms of their health it's already too late. Is it because the the townspeople are so contaminated other people should not be exposed to them. They and we cannot count on the russian government for timely truthful answers like chernobyl. This nuclear accident is being covered up by the russian government as radioactive poison spreads into the sea. This was a smaller nuclear accident than chernobyl but it points to something much scarier. Vladimir putin was testing a new weapon happen an unimaginably dangerous weapon the u._s. had considered in the nineteen fifties and sixties but ultimately decided it was just too dangerous and too cruel. It's a cruise missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead and it would fly at altitudes too low for our existing missile defenses. It's an ultra long long range missile since it is propelled not by rocket fuel but by an unshielded nuclear reactor that theoretically means that missile could spend all day maneuvering around u._s. Missile defenses it could meander as far and as long as it needs until the u._s. Ran out of missiles while while leaving a destructive trail of radiation which is why nato calls the missile sky fall vladimir putin knew how how dangerous this kind of missile system is when he launched this program and now he's been reminded of its danger with the loss of his top five nuclear scientists interests but the ladder putin. It's worth it. If it means he can outgun the u._s. There may have to be more deadly accidents before putin changes changes his mind because thanks to a lack of diplomacy by the trump administration. The nuclear treaties are off just one day before war russia's latest nuclear accident. A group of scientists introduced atomic vodka atomic spelled with a k. This vodka is distilled old from the water around chernobyl and fermented grain grown inside or nobles exclusion zone brewed the same as non-contaminated grain. The scientists at britain's university of portsmouth say the vodka they have produced is no more radioactive than any other vodka and they seventy five percent of the proceeds from automic vodka will go to the communities that were devastated by the last big russian nuclear accident in news a little closer to home in fact too close to home. Perhaps the pentagon is testing a wide area surveillance system using high altitude balloons here inside the u._s. We learned this from documents filed with the f._c._c. through exclusive reporting outing by the guardian the documents reveal that about two dozen solar powered balloons were launched from rural south dakota to cover six states in the midwest minnesota iowa wisconsin missouri and illinois from altitudes as high as sixty five thousand feet rendering them unnoticeable the papers that were filed with the f._c._c. by the aerospace company sierra nevada say it needed permission to transmit data to quote locate and deter narcotic trafficking and homeland security threats the guardian reports. These tasks were commissioned by the u. S. southern command which focuses on the caribbean as well as central and south america. If the tests go well told that's where the balloons will be deployed civil liberties groups in the meantime worry. These are trial balloons for something something a little more sinister as the pentagon watches americans go to their union houses their churches their mosques and their alzheimer clinics. Maybe it's the climate change but a growing number of americans are now believing in science an annual pew research poll shows that eighty six percent of us have a fair amount of confidence in scientists and thirty five percent of us have a great deal of trust in scientist. That's up from twenty twenty. One percent just three years ago six antennas by the way things scientists should play an active role in policy debates that involve science but the poll also shows that those of us who believe in science do so in greater numbers in one party then in the other donald. Donald trump has saved christmas for himself. We're doing this for the christmas. Season trump told reporters adding just in case. Some of the tariffs would have have an impact on u._s. customers. He was talking about the new ten. Percent tariffs threatened to impose two weeks from now on incoming chinese goods like cellphones sneakers to try to force china to make better trade deal with the u._s. He's now removed. Some items like cell phones and sneakers from the list of things to be taxed more more than they already are. He's also removed toys and christmas lights and decorations from the tariff list because their prices would have risen to and he's delayed the tariffs until december fifteenth after the holiday shopping is almost done wants. The stores are well stocked. Take note this. This is the first and only time trump is admitted his chinese tariffs are in fact attacks on americans including is red headed supporters who would have been robbed of about three hundred hundred fifty dollars a year open to be reelected on an apparently decent economy trump backed off his threat after a series of calamities that occurred because because he had made that threat the stock market immediately tanked and china threatened to stop buying american grown food the trade war escalated as the trump administration straighten declared china a currency manipulator business leaders spoke out against trump's tariffs and even the commentators on fox news made it clear that trump's china tariffs are really he just a huge tax increase on the american people trump under pressure from american businesses decided to do it their way and delay the tariffs until after those stores. I had been fully stocked for the holiday shopping season. The grinch decided to put christmas back with no noticeable increase in the size of his heart. Trump's tara threat has now been weakened and delayed by the man who made that threat in the first place once again the arsonist had arrived live to put out the fire but then the market took another dive yes today as the bond market showed signs of appending recession and as worries continued tinubu over trump's trade wars. The dow closed down by just over eight hundred points yesterday. The s. and p. fell by nearly three percent. The selloff continued at the opening bell this morning. Although it was beginning to recover as this program was published the economy of which trump has been so proud the one that's considered so important to his reelection was wounded as the bond market warned about seeing signs of appending recession and as the world including putting europe worried about his trade wars but trump calls himself a tariff guy and seems bent on having trade wars which he's called easy to win. Experts say no one wins in a trade war but trump's a tariff guy federal reserve has cut interest rates and intends to keep cutting them for as long as it has to to stave off the negative impacts of trump's trade wars if it can morgan stanley says it would take just nine months to to dip this country into another recession. If trump's twenty-five percent tariff on chinese goods is allowed to stand for four to six months goldman sachs had been holding out hope hope for a trump china trade deal in time for the twenty two thousand election because of trump's tariffs goldman sachs says it has now lost that confidence with more and another searing commentary your salon dot com's bob ceska. Thanks buzz on wednesday. The dow dropped eight hundred points on news that yields on ten year treasury bonds have exceeded the yields on two year treasury bonds a leading indicator that a recession is on the horizon. This is all wall street jargon describing particularly day for for the american economy for nearly three years now. Donald trump has wrapped his doughy spam pink arms around the economy taking credit for all the upsides including upsides that rightfully belonged to the stewardship of barack obama with the possibility of a recession lurking just around the corner three years into this presidential crisis. Trump trump owns the economy now the recession when it happens. We'll be trump recession going back to the dow for a second. Let's take a closer look at trump's record right here. Wednesdays freefall was the fourth largest point decline in the history of the dow jones industrial average for the record seven of the ten largest point declines in history history have occurred on trump's watch shocking i know for dingus who bankrupted half a dozen or so casinos businesses than normally need heavy machinery to haul alway the prophets indeed twelve of the twenty worst days for the dow jones occurred under trump and all of trump's worst days have taken place after declaring his trade war against enemies and friends alike in early twenty eighteen. It's also worth noting for the sake of contrast that exactly none of the top twenty worst days on on wall street occurred on obama's watch zero in fact you might recall how donald trump referred to the obama economy as american carnage according to a chart compiled by fortune based on numbers from s._a._p. Global trump's gains on the s._n._p. As of june were around twenty percents inauguration president obama during the same period of time presided over sixty one percent gain in the s._n._p. If obama's gains represent american carnage what the hell should we call trump's record the the dow during both obama terms grew one hundred forty eight percent while trump's gained so far have been around twenty nine percent likewise g._d._p. Growth during two thousand eighteen averaged around two point nine percent which is the same growth rate as twenty fifteen during the so-called american carnage trump also likes brag about the very very tremendous unemployment rate the truth is that joblessness was cut in half under obama precipitously dropping from around ten percent to four point seven percent that by the end of two thousand sixteen that's a five and a half point drop compared with the less than one percent drop under trump so far a recession surely won't improve trump's record right here either as the saying goes trump was born on third base yet insists he hit a triple put another way trump got lucky all major economic indicators were we're looking stellar until he started screwing around with his. What does this button do incompetence and now with the next recession growing larger in the windshield. Can we finally debunk this notion that trump turned around the economy and instead label. His screw ups as actual american carnage. The fact is is that trump succeeded in riding obama's gains for a year or so only to squander those gains with his inexplicable trade war and irresponsible tax cuts leading to a projected budget a deficit of one point one trillion dollars by the end of twenty twenty which happens to be roughly the same budget deficit during the first year of the great recession not only is trump tanking the economy. His deficits will make it impossible to fix it consequently if a democrat wins in twenty twenty and is tasked with passing a stimulus stimulus to stop the bleeding from the trump recession republicans will inevitably scream poverty and austerity totally forgetting who presided over the deficit in the first place. This is called the starve the beast strategy making it impossible for the beast or the democrats to spend more on things like health care education the climate crisis or the aforementioned stimulus. They did the exact same thing to obama in two thousand nine and there's no reason we shouldn't expect a repeat performance while i absolutely don't and welcome the idea of another recession given how the last one totally steamrolled my financial life. There is a silver lining here. I believe trump's poll numbers hovering at around around forty. Two percent are soft as his stumped fingers. Clearly his numbers have been artificially propped up by a relatively strong economy and without it i suspect drop into the mid thirties perhaps lower with no one but the hotheads remaining in his camp. I'm sure his team is prepping a laundry list of economic accomplishments for his convention speech a year from from now and it all sound extremely tone-deaf even for him while the economy is taking a giant dump. All told hope the recession isn't as bad as experts are predicting but if it's going to happen i hope it's enough to expose trump for being the incompetent berserk president. We've been observing all along. I'm bob ceska for buzz burbank news and comment ed. Thank you very much bob. Get more mr ceska at salon dot com his patriotic page and tuesdays and thursdays on the bob ceska show at bob ceska dot com. You'll we'll have a fresh show this afternoon. I joined boban is tuesday's shows for the catholic church. The boy scouts and others their worst nightmare is coming true. Oh sexual abuse cases these organizations had hoped would be muted by the statute of limitations can now go forward again as court cases in the state eight of new york. A new law that went into effect yesterday in the empire state opens a look back window for the abuse victims as reported here last week. The average average age is fifty one for someone to come to grips and to come forward with the abuse. They suffered as children. That's more than a quarter century. After their statute of limitations nations runs out under this new look back law victims of child sex abuse in new york now have one year to sue or file criminal charges against their alleged abusers and those whose statute of limitations was about to expire get a one year extension california at a one year looked back window sixteen years ago that launched about one thousand cases and forced the church and others to be hundreds of millions of dollars in settlements in minnesota which chat a look back law three years ago several catholic diocese filed for bankruptcy after the announcement of yesterday's new law in new york state hundreds of new lawsuits were filed an apparent cure for ebola normal becomes normal and a florida woman in the final segment after this and this is the part where i tried to enlist your help. 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Thank you you to those of you who support these free and independent reporting through the pay pal donate button at buzz burbank dot com medical scientists believe they have found a cure for ebola which has killed two thousand people in the congo just in the past year. The two new treatments combined have been amazingly mazing effective in killing the ebola virus. It worked so well in clinical trials they shut down the trials early and started giving it to patients in the congo who were suffering from the latest outbreak said one of the medical researchers we won't ever get rid of a bullet but we should be able to stop these outbreaks but said another from from now on we will no longer say that ebola is incurable. The national organization for the reform marijuana laws will be fifty fifty years old next year normal as it's known has worked tirelessly on research and education ever since the federal government's controlled substances act act made marijuana a schedule one drug normal counts among its goals keeping pot out of the hands of children and out of the systems of people operating vehicles calls urging people not to abuse cannabis and urging them to respect the rights of non-smokers now as a very real lobby in washington normal. We'll try to act as a sort of consumer protection group arguing that cannabis be safe and legal for responsible adult users be they medical or recreational normal counted on donations got a great deal of its funding from hugh hefner's playboy foundation. It wasn't until nineteen ninety six twenty six years after normal went to work the california became the first state to legalize medical marijuana nineteen ninety six and twenty three years later the marijuana movement had solidly made its place in the mainstream this week the powerful chairman of the influential -sential house judiciary committee that oversees criminal justice in the u._s. wrote an email to everyone on normals email list last month new york democrat and committee chairman jerry nadler introduced a bill to remove marijuana from the controlled substances act in his email this week doc nadler asked normal to write their representatives and senators telling them to support his bill. The more act for marijuana opportunity reinvestment investment and expunged went under nadler's bill pot would no longer be a schedule one drug criminal records would be cleared sentences would be reduced used and it would block the federal government from denying benefits or citizenship status do emigrants just because the applicant had smoked some weed in short pot possession would be decriminalised nationwide the bill would also slap a five percent federal tax on marijuana sales tells the money going to legal aid job training and small business loans to those whose lives were upended by a minor pot charge. That's in the house house over in the senate. Comma harris has a similar bill. Nadler normal wouldn't mind if supporters were to call their senators to normals fifty year effort is coming to fruition or has at least made it into the mainstream not just in the media and the masses but in the halls of government adamant meanwhile it was in the heart of the south that a black quarterback for georgia southern university was stopped for speeding and was charged with cocaine cain possession there. Was you see a white residue on the hood of shy words car and deputies from the saluda county sheriff's office believed it was cocaine. They said they said their field test. Just outside. Savannah told them it was cocaine. Lab tests have shown that it was not cocaine. It was residue from a bird dropping witch as the football player tried to explain to his arresting officers he he had half heartedly tried to rub off load of his car. The coke possession charge has been dropped. He still faces the speeding charge pee into this cup citizen for the first time a panel of public health experts is recommending that every adult in the u._s. be tested for drug drug abuse because of the epidemic of opioids and sentinel addiction injury and death the u._s. Preventative services task force is recommending the doctors ask patients if they have engaged in illicit drug use the panel admits he's looking for evidence of cocaine or heroin abuse but also signs of abuse of prescription drugs like adderall there was no mention of marijuana but many drug tests do cover all the bases the panel says doctors should only test their patients if they can test accurately and in the event they find evidence of abuse they must be able to offer treatment or referral for treatment or not conduct the the test nearly thirty. One million americans told a nationwide survey they had used illegal drugs in the last month. Addiction is the leading cause as of disability in the u._s. and drug poisonings and overdoses are the number one cause of injury related deaths. It doesn't seem likely that the panel's recommendation will be adopted but for the first time ever it's out there drug tests for every adult discuss. A new report in the new england journal of medicine concludes that so called conversion therapy for members of the l._g._b._t._q. Community should be outlawed in the u._s. So called conversion asian clinics a number of which still operate in this country have used electroshock therapy drugs hormones and surgery to try to doctor the gay out of their patients who often forced by desperate parents to submit the results according to the panel of experts generating this report are depression post traumatic stress disorder suicidal suicidal thoughts suicide attempts an actual suicides. Only eighteen states have banned conversion therapy but only for people under eighteen no states it's of bandit for adults the doctors writing this report in the new england journal one back to change. They also want medical schools to better prepare future doctors to care for l._g._b._t._q. Patients including how to spot signs of trauma caused by conversion therapy after reports of groping and sexual abuse of women the philadelphia orchestra and the san francisco opera have cancelled the scheduled performances of opera star placido domingo new york's metropolitan opera is waiting to hear. I what the los angeles opera has to say because placido domingo has not only performed at the l. a. opera he has has been its artistic director for sixteen years a position of power in the opera world now at least nine women singers and dancers have come come forward with what dozens of sources told the associated press is an open secret domingo's public responses they he calls the accusations quote deeply troubling and as presented inaccurate. If only there were some operatic way for placido. Oh domingo's to know that it's over n._b._c. Universal has decided now is maybe not the best time to release even a satirical caracul movie about people waging shooting war on their political enemies or maybe it's decided there never was a good time to release such a movie but now is not the right time. Time is what universal said in its news release in any event universal pictures this week canceled its planned release of the hunt with a cast that included emma roberts and hilary swank movie studios have pulled movies out of theaters before relegating them to cable but this is the first time in hollywood league history that a film was ready for release and was then cancelled entirely disney drives to play it safe and it pays. It's remake of the lion. King has become the highest grossing animated film of all time grossing nearly one and a half billion dollars worldwide and ahead of the previous record holder frozen which had grown just over a billion but there are more hit sequels where those came from disney will be out with frozen into just in time for the thanksgiving weekend this week. Hobson shaw is the biggest ticket seller with more than twenty five million in its opening week scary stories to tell them. The dark is second with twenty. One million the aforementioned lion king hangs in at third with another twenty million a dora. The explorer movie is in fourth and quentin tarantino's once upon a time in hollywood is in the middle of the top ten at number five for the rest of the movies and the tickets. You'll need to get in kindly they click through the fandango logo at buzz burbank dot com a fifteen year old san francisco girl. We only know as dorothy was supposed to be paying attention engine door cooking but she wasn't which is why a small fire started in the kitchen. That's why her mom took away her phone for two weeks because of the fire. This was devastating dorothy. Who as thank you next on twitter chats with fellow fans of ariana grande dorothy has has thousands of followers something she feels he needs as much as oxygen may be more dorothy was desperate fearful that she would lose her mutuals the people who follower follower and she follows back. That's when the avatar she uses on her. We console suddenly popped up on twitter and that's when dorothy is mom who still had her phone also took away the we console dorothy then turned to her hand-held nintendo which has now also been confiscated. Dorothy is mom may be running out of options. Her daughters latex was sent from the family's smart mart refrigerator what's black and white and turning up on porches throughout suburban richmond virginia fifty old school television television sets some are actually color t._v.'s but they're all of the type almost no one uses anymore. The low deaf picture tube t._v.'s that have been replaced by flat screens greens. What makes this t._v. On the porch prank a little bit creepy is the doorbell cameras have captured the delivery duo wearing old school al-tv helmets on their heads hiding their identities. Something like this also happened last year in virginia's henrico county but police say they're still unsure. You're whether this is a crime. The county will now haul away. The old sets for recycling. Although of few of the recipients say they've decided to keep there's what's black and white and runs all over zebras on the loose in a town just outside san antonio the african beast scape from a nearby ranch by swimming across the guadalupe river into the town of brown veld's texas one has since been safely captured but the other is still on the loose using it striped uses camouflage after being chased through the streets by police cars nowhere are law enforcement officers trained for this situation not even even in northern california where a bear fell off a cliff and landed on a cop car. The humboldt county sheriff's deputy vehicle then hit an embankment rolled onto its side and burst into flames. The fire destroyed about a half acre of land before it was extinguished otherwise a good shift deputy. He got out amazingly with only minor injuries. We can presume the same for the bear which as we are told went back into the woods woods to do their whatever they do. They're in new york. A two year old french bulldog named winston ran excitedly up the stairs of his the owners manhattan apartment building ran across the roof and not realizing it was the edge of the world bounded off of the roof from more than six stories up winston realized his mistake too late and could not stop in time quoting owner. It was one of the most terrifying moments i've experienced the three seconds between him going going over and making impact felt like ours. Winston is fine owner. Emma heinrich ran downstairs and found winston sitting in the driver's ever seat of a car next to the sun roof that had broken winstons fall line ricks have offered to pay to have the sunroof repaired. Do bats eat spiders or do spiders eat bats. The headline i saw was misleading without proper punctuation. I read it texas. Woman records giant spider eating that it meant to say texas woman records giant spider eating back like like the sentence. Let's eat grandma. The headline needed a comma. Be that as it may there was indeed video of a really big spider black with gold highlights lights eating a bat it had trapped in its web and entomologist a bug expert at north carolina state says this particular hard to pronounce spider usually just eats insects but does feast on the occasional bat or bird speaking of really big spiders. It is tarantula angela mating season in southeastern colorado where the big bugs are creeping their way across highway one zero nine at dusk when the sun sets this time of year. Tarantulas franchises are looking for love or at least a chance to procreate tarantulas are sometimes sold as pets but catching them is illegal under wildlife regulations. Tarantula bites are usually no worse than a bee's thing unless you're allergic. Most of these guys crossing the road are ten years old and have just one chance to mate with the furry female to await them in their burrows in the grasslands near colorado. An entomologist colorado state university says of the male spiders spiders who survived that journey. They'll be dead by christmas karma for the bat thing. Perhaps the creatures of the earth have funny ways of getting revenge on humans even when all they're really trying to do is defend themselves. A woman in a fishing derby in washington state caught a little octopus and posed used with it for a picture. She held the mollusc close to her face and smiled as it used its powerful beak to attach itself to her chin and blasted venom venom into her flesh. She says the pain was tremendous lasted for days even after she'd stopped the profuse bleeding at last check she was on three different different antibiotics. The dock say the swelling will be with her for months as she told the t._v. Later crazy me looking back. I probably made a big big mistake. Don't count on better judgment in the future. The woman says despite the pain and despite the swelling she did not seek medical attention attention for two days after the octopus bit. Her face says she wanted to finish the fishing derby forty nine year old arnold teeter era of painesville ohio is not allowed to brag anymore about the time he threw a two foot long guan at a restaurant manager teeters been bragging about it since april when he was at a perkins and swung by its tail and a guana he'd found that had escaped from its owners a judge has has ordered teeter not to brag about throwing the iguana at the restaurant manager anymore and not to live and any home with animals for the next five years now that peter has pleaded guilty to cruelty to animals and of course resisting arrest the iguana suffered only a broken leg which has now healed and it has been returned to its rightful owners. The celebration had to be canceled. 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The 75O: Tyrone trouble, how Cobb fits in, and free agency thoughts so far

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The 75O: Tyrone trouble, how Cobb fits in, and free agency thoughts so far

"Welcome back to the seven five. Oh, and you're oh ours. You show us your seven five Mr. two time SuperBowl champion college football hall of Famer and the first person in the history of the world to ever get his entire bracket. Correct. Tony Casillas, Tony. How you doing today? I'm doing great, by the way, this is March madness. But what you just said, I wonder what my odds of of doing. I think I probably have a better chance of winning the Powerball lottery worth one hundred million than I do getting every team perfect on my bracket. But this is also known as the bracket of destruction. Well, 'cause never really there's going to be something destroyed which it starts in is going to be destroyed. And it's going to be a bracket BUSTER, I agree with you. I filled out three brackets myself. And I don't know does one buffet still do the million dollars for thank so. Right. So I've I've opened they wanted this. I've talked about this before like at some point. Right. It will happen at some point. We will see a perfect brag, I feel like it's you know, we we've seen robots on Mars. You know what I mean? Like at some point we have to see a perfect bracket. I guess I don't know not my lifetime and probably going to just go out on probably not even land. But I'm just going to say probably on your lifetime. And I'd have to, you know, go used to Google device to find this out. I don't know if it's ever been done. Maybe. It's always an interesting conversation. I kinda cool this RJ to we start doing this term a challenge is it's kind of like fantasy football me. You know, a lot of people don't watch college basketball until now everyone feels out of bracket at your office. You know? Yeah. Party the, you know, the the network he worked for and you know, just other different ways known it. So it's kind of fancy football. Everybody has a fantasy team whether you watch football or not because it's kinda, you know, it's very enticing intriguing, and it's kind of a cool thing during March. I am I just looked it up and fit let me guess, let me guess. It's been done one time. It has never been done. Okay. You go. The odds or figured out by Ron cly, a professor from Duke University of all places. Now, I did not know what this number was called. If I'm being fully, honest, all I can tell you is there are six commas involved. So the odds of a perfect bracket are one in nine point two Quin tilles Quinton. Stop it. Stop it trillion because I've heard that used before. But yeah. In other words, it's it's not going to be ever ever be done. So who do you have one at all? I don't know. Well, no, you don't have it several times it starts what eleven thirty. Right. So my I got I got Michigan state plane begins AGA, and I got Virginia play North Carolina. And don't ask me how I got there. I just kind of went with the seeds, and I guess I bet against the sender relatives. But as I said, there's going to be a high seat win, you know, or you know, how that goes or low seed in then I got I got North Carolina and a win at all. So you've got you said, Michigan state and Gonzaga and in Virginia plan, North Carolina. That's my final four, and I got North Carolina winning it. All okay. So we're fifty percents in potty go I've got three brackets. But I'm a big believer. That you gotta have the same. Final four. You know, you can have some different things to get there. Whatever you gotta same four. If you do multiple brackets, I have Duke, Gonzaga Virginia, and I've got the Kentucky. Wildcats just because Kentucky Kentucky beat North Carolina right in the sweet six on the elite eight I think that that will be the game of the terminal. I'm looking forward to it. I'm a little bit partial and being honest. I think I said the other day the radio station. I do some stuff for we're all in charge of a conference. And I drew the SEC it just means more. So I couldn't I couldn't have an honest c team. I couldn't have four on teams in the final four had to slow. It's funny. You mention that I got home Amada playing ole miss. That's refers that's their game the first matchup or their game in the tournament and them I had to bet against mama modern. I got old miss beat them. It's it's a nine eight seat teams. But. I've been watch big twelve this year for some reason I picked I wanna still have some time. So maybe taught me out. Taught me off the cliff, and we'll see what I need to do eight nine matchups as well. As the five twelve matchups. Those are always the weird ones. Yeah. But it's a different final four last shows in San Antonio. So we had a lot of fun with it. So it will be interesting to see how it goes down to be a fun weekend fun time in sports, obviously a lot coming up or getting closer to the masters. We're getting close to some good fights NBA playoffs and shell playoffs. That's your Cup of tea and NFL for agency. Rolls on Tony. And look, I I wasn't smashing the panic. But I was addressing the Cowboys needed makes moose and my point was that they only have one pip at fifty eight in the top sixty and you can of all I'm not trying to cut you off partner. But there was an outcry the last couple of weeks by you, try. I don't know if you're getting a little. I would say not concerned or the lack of the activity for the Cowboys. But the last couple of weeks you've been you've been a little outspoken about the lack of activity, and if you follow you on Twitter, man. Well, my my more to relax on the first week. When free agency started my thought process has just been from a place of if it were me, what would I do? And like I said before if it were me, I didn't have a first round draft pick. And I knew that my job could be on the line. I would be pretty aggressive because I I would want to go down swinging. You know what I mean? And so I found it perplexing. But the Cowboys Tony landed there, I guess you'd call it big outside free agent this week Randall Cobb Randall Cobb is now member of the Dallas Cowboys is he an upgrade over call. I saw you had a tweet about this. Yeah. I think so I think when you look at the statistics, and here's what I really like about it is I like the relationship. He played. Drafted and twenty eleven he's played with the green Packers techy badly when. Yeah. There you go. That's probably why you pick untucked, it'd be North Carolina come on. There's always gotta be some reason the irony that you possess. But here's the thing that I'm excited about and think people should be excited about you. Really don't talk about this. But I just like the relationship that he's had in the past with the hall of fame hall of fame quarterback Aaron Rodgers. And you know, whenever you have a quarterback of Aaron Rodgers statue come out on social media, and is really just pay respect to him and wishing great things future. I mean, that's a lot of respect. And you really got admire Aaron Rodgers it made a lot of guys gone through free agency. And I'll mention to catch them from Pittsburgh lady on bell and Tonio Brown. They wouldn't come out. And I said been Rothlisberger probably wouldn't do that same type of tribute. So my point is I like the. Oh relationship each had their Rogers because Ann Rogers made him a better receiver. I mean, he is he had the two thousand fourteen went to the Pro Bowl at twelve hundred yards. Passing yards and just a Pro Bowl year. So here's difference. The interesting dynamic, which I'm really wanna see as will will in Randall Cobb. I mean, certainly into wanna deal. Well, he may that Prescott better quarterback because I think we've seen Aaron Rodgers make him a better receive him. And there's no argument there. I mean, he is he's a much better for back than that Prescott. Some interesting looking at but I think it's a tremendous opportunity for the Cowboys. It's an upgrade from Kobe's nothing against called Beasley. But not that people are gonna forget about him. But I think he has got a lot of skills. He's obviously older. But I think he's got a lot more to bring not just as a player, but everything else that comes with him. But that relationship Redan Rogers and Green Bay. It's really weird. We're reaching the point. I'm reaching the point where we talk about random Cobb. He's older player. He's twenty eight and that's younger than I am so depressing but younger than you are. Yeah. Yes. I'm twenty mile. The band. I like I like where you headed with this though. And so I I went to the Spurs game on Wednesday night. They won nine in a row, and then my wife, and I showed up and they lost. So. But it could be worse. It could be the Mavericks which six twenty eight on the road, and they got beat last night by Portland, so consider your lessons. That's true. But so Randall reminds me, and if your Spurs fan listening think maybe you'll get this Patty mills Patty mills is kind of the Spurs did bring Markle Bill Elliott back this season. But patties the last guy remaining that's wanna change ship of the Spurs and the Spurs have this thing that they call corporate knowledge and all corporate knowledge is an understanding of the Spurs culture in the way, hop works. And you need that guy that understands the corporate knowledge to pass it on to the younger players Derek whites and the Brin Forbes's of the world. And I think Randall cops that guy. I mean, he's he's been there. He seen it. He's done it like you're saying he's played at a high level with a hall of fame quarterback and Aaron Rodgers he's plans, I'm really big football games. He's made some really big catches. I think that the Cowboys to Tijuana playoff game. But you know, ran. Uh-huh. Cobs again, it's been an NFC championship game. They have he knows what it's like to lose a game with the Super Bowl on the line. And that's a really painful thing. And so I think that that's a really really valuable lesson to to have in the locker room from a guy that while he is older. He's only twenty eight you know, they're not bringing in Jason Witten again, it's thirty plus and really close to time. And this is this is really good, especially for a wide receiver group. I wrote about this this week to be it's been massively shaken up. I mean a year ago they signed Alan Hearns. And he was joining Dez Terrence and coal. And now all of a sudden, you've got a Mari you've got galloping, and you've got Randall Cobb the entire room is different. And it was kind of this cast of strangers. But now, I think they're tight now, they're they're great friends and family now, and you bring in this guy. Good mix of people or here's the thing. And excuse me, I'm not trying to put him in the category to spend. So but you mentioned twenty but he's he's a season veteran on a team. Arguably one of the youngest teams. National Football League. So I think that adds a lot to it. And I started thinking about this. I started Cleveland with all their the moves that they may not see I started looking the Cowboys even core. And you know, I don't wanna get ahead of myself. I don't wanna do this overreaction on how good they look. But when you look at who they have now compared to last year and we've saying one year of Amari Cooper, Alan Hearns, we save on Austin by and Michael Gallup. And now you add Randall Cobb, I would say looks looks pretty good as far as depth, and this really kind of the names. So you look at that that have been proven commodities, and I kind of liked the direction going and then you add Jason win. This may be a one year, and you know, one year opportunity for the Cowboys to really take advantage of the depth that they have at those positions because in the past counted on likes Terrance Williams and some players really just didn't really pan. Out. Now when you look at what they've done and going out and signing someone like Randall Cobb to one year, we're five million dollars. I think now sudden you know, you look at where they're at. And they look pretty good at the wide receiver position. I think the important thing is they're versatile. Now. I mean, there receiver trail era that if on the way it looked at least before everything happened was you had Dez and it was indisputed. He was he was your was your ex player. You had ten. He was your y player you had call. He was your sock. That was it that was the only way you function. And so now your your primary guys Amari Gallup in Cobb. They can all play everywhere. I mean Cobb could play outside can play the slog complete slot. Allen Hearns compla- the slot. And so I mean, we heard the term Dak friendlier ago. This feels that friendly this feels you know malleable, this feels I mean, I think the best way a year ago the Cowboys receivers or a group that could only to step that was the only dance they knew now they can salsa they can do. Rang gay. They can do the CIA, you know, they can do all sorts of different dances. And that's a really good thing to have for an offense and some creativity. Well, it's good to have that dance tree. But also the route tree that they have and again ran lacob tremendous underneath receiver. And and you mentioned the versatility that they have you can put, you know, Alan Hearns, you can put on Austin in the slot, and you can move Randall Cobb around. And I think that I think experience, and I think sometimes when you go to team I remember going through free agency and leaving Dallas and going to Kansas City, but ended up playing in New York. It was just a whole process going somewhere where you really feel good about where you're going, but it's wide receiver. I think Dak to really really put himself in different level. I think this is good for him and nothing against beach. I think busy did a tremendous job. And we mentioned this. I mean, you're talking about a guy that really didn't know if he wanted to play football rookie year, and then came back, and I mean look at him he signed a contract. Buffalo. But this is looks good and fills good. And again, I just can't reiterate the relationship that a player has was someone like Aaron Rodgers. I mean that is that brings a lot of intangible things, you know. You know? I hadn't really connected the dots. Until we set it right now. I believe that with you know, Kobe's Lee departing not necessarily Randall arriving. I believe that. There are no longer any receivers on the team. I haven't fact check this that caught a pass from Tony Romo. Call might have been the last man standing in that department. So a lot of changes happen pretty quickly. You mentioned it. I was I was critical of the Cowboys. And I think that that was fair. But I do like this move to one year deal. It does allow them kinda like Jason win tight end. This duct tape. This duct tape on the Slough position. The way Jason on is on titan. Now, you don't have to adjust that position with your second or third round pick. Now, you kick that can down the road in defensive tackle the about you need to safety, really bad. It make sense. Those would be a first two picks. I like this move because it helps you get by to a draft and twenty twenty what you do have a first round draft pick, and you can make a little bit more moves. I think you're off. You're you're set. I mean, you had maybe try to bring some death that the offense in line position. I know it's all about injuries. Hopefully, Travis Frederick will be healthy this year and come back from that, you know, that that mean to sit deficiency disease he had last year in come back full speed. So I think on on offense. You're you're set. I mean, when you agree with that certainly I mean when when Cobb is on the field, you have what eight pro bowlers. I mean, you have a Mari Cobb Witten Dag Zeke, and then Travis tyrant and Zach eight out of your Levin would be starters Pro Bowl or something. That's really really impressive. Although I mean, let Randall earned a Pro Bowl, and we shouldn't take that away from him. But he owned one. He's a one time. Pro I still on his resume. I mean, I'm just trying for a slot receiver at that position. I mean, it wasn't really bonafide. And here's the thing about this. Also, I think about Green Bay can you really really think, and it kind of reminds me somewhat of I would say New England, and maybe I'm describing Streit's little little farther. But think about the greatest receivers played for the Green Bay Packers in this. It's always. Yeah. Or, you know, you really there's not I think Donald driver. You look Jordy Nelson. You go back until Greg jester. Yeah. Greg Jennings, but in Randall Cobb and just go through the history of the Green Bay Packers even before an Raj with Brett Farr, collectively they made each other better. And there's this really wanted to really stands out because they were all good because you know, what they had good quarterback. So again, maybe it's a combination relationship because I think that and I really think that that's something that we won't see. See that people won't recognize Rockaway. But maybe it's kind of like a Mark Cooper when he came in some similarities, they seem to me that they adapt in chemistry was happened right away. I think it's a good move all around. Are you happy? I'm really happy. I think this was you know, I don't wanna say what happy dance I told you patients this way 'til week to in this this well this works out. So I'll say it was very smart, obviously. But it wasn't one hundred percents. I would say was ninety five percents mart and five percent lucky because you know, on day one free agency, the Cowboys did not know beyond a shadow of doubt that Randall Cobb available that we can half later. They lucked out that, you know, maybe he tested the market. It wasn't. What did I was going to be whatever I mean things fell into place in the right way and good for them. Maybe they trusted that. And they were right. And that's why I said, I mean, if you want to be Aron about something and you end up pulling off, and you wanna rub it in my face. I'll be the first one to say you were right. And I was wrong. And I'm very glad that that's the case when it comes to slot receiver. They still have needs along the defensive line and it safety and speaking of the defensive line, Tony. So their their situation at pass rusher is a little bit muddled. Now, you've got DeMarcus Lawrence who you're in a contractual dispute with is on the franchise tag for what it's worth you. Have Randy Gregory who is suspended indefinitely? Don't know what's going to come of that. And now you Tyrone graph erred who if Lawrence, and Gregory are both gone is technically your best pass rusher. TMZ reporting this week that last Friday night or last Friday, rather Tyrone was at an establishment a local watering hole in Florida the sunshine state, right? And and got into a bit of tussle there some video we put this all over blogging dot com. You haven't seen it and go check it out the first video that dropped Tony with outside of these Schmidt. And it appeared to be Tyrone shoving what looked like actual police officers. I was kind of grainy kind of blurry kind of hard to make out. And then the video came out of what went on inside and Tyrone a one man wrecking crew just all over like six different bouncers. The video is is aggressive immune is that the most graphic thing we've ever seen. No. But it is aggressive. It certainly unbecoming of a captain on a team who preaches a right kind of guy mantra. And so I think there's a possibility to Tarrant Crawford could be suspended your thoughts on on another defensive lineman. Getting in trouble the hot, boys. I'm not gonna jump all over him. Because I I met Tyrone about four years ago before he signed signed a really I think that was right before the contract shine and didn't like the fall of twenty fifteen. Yeah. And so it was unaccustomed to that. In the reason why I'm not going to be negative about this. Because. It's it involves something that again, he shouldn't have acted that way. And I understand when you go out into public and again, the air of the social media with phones everyone's going to see it. But it's the judgment thing. You put yourself into you go out in testosterone fine. And I'm sure there was alcohol involved you're Panama City, and I'm going to say that's probably the week spring break. And if anybody's annoying thing about Panama City during spring break this plays it. Yeah. Crazy. Okay. But I am surprised that he would have that type of behavior because he is kind of a guy that. Is really cognizant. I would say just the example he sets. But again, you you go out with a bunch of buddies six dudes and you're out having a good time. And there's always going to be someone in the bar, then what's the challenge? Because you're they may not be big in stature. But it's always a do that they're going to challenge the biggest guy in the bar. I mean, we've heard that before. But I just want to let this kind of settled see what happens. Yes. Without a doubt. Then I saw kind of the skewed part were supposedly shove the police officer. Here's what I'm gonna say. There was no arrest mate. Correct. Correct. That's correct. So I'm gonna use the I'm gonna go by our legal system and say I'm gonna use their judgment. If nothing was done in there illegally. I Robert Kraft. I mean, by the way, he's trying to that's a whole. A whole different. I know. I don't know. Why even brought that in the whole -nology Tyrone across Florida? Yeah. But but anyway, my point is that there was no arrest. There was nothing done illegal. Yes. Guys got away. But we're going to run with that. And TMZ. It's it's amazing. The TMZ gets information. I, but I mean, they got people on the payroll everywhere. But my, but my point is is that I'm not going to crucify him because there was no arrest. Yeah. I was bad judgment was out this buddies. You know, they probably somebody said something, and you know, you have a couple of shots, tequila, or licorice. We all know, we have a bad reaction. But gin in that environment is professional athlete with this. Bullseye your six four three hundred and ten pounds, and people know you play for the Dallas Cowboys or NFL player. They're going to tag nights. You right. Yeah. So I was surprised that he reacted that way. But again, if nothing was done at the. NFL's not gonna do anything about it. I'm I'm just going to go by what the legal system says, you know, I think that's fair and logical and rational. But what I will say we we've seen many incidents with NFL players where the legal system has has has said that there's no wrongdoing that went on here and the NFL decides to suspend them. Anyway, look, I mean, my take on this. And I've talked about this a little bit already. But I mean is it is it good? No, it's bad. I mean at the very least, it's bad. It's not desirable. This is again, not becoming it's frustrating. I think for Cowboys fans does it mean tyrone's idiot. No, I mean, you know, the guy slipped up here. I think that's really obvious. The guy generally is a very reliable person, very reliable leader. Remember back against the buccaneers. When he got hurt and everybody ran out there. I mean, he he is a scary moment it was. And I think that that was proof of just how big of a party is of this team. I mean, he's deserving of that seed that he does we're on. His chest. This was not a good moment. And I think Tyrone would admit that. I don't see let me ask you this. So you go into board got spore, your buddies, and this issues, this your example, you go to twin peaks, and I don't know where you're at and four or five your buddy start getting in a fight. And next thing. You know, you see guys beating them up. You're probably going to react to that. You're probably going to be a good friend and say, look, I got your back. Maybe that's what happened. I don't know. Sure. I mean. No. But there's some ability to that. Yeah. Yeah. But I think you hit the point you hit the nail right on the head. Is that here we are in the offseason? We don't wanna hear a peep out of someone doing something off the field. And here we go with Tyrone Crawford of all people most of the captain of the team, and you think that wouldn't put himself in that. But obviously was vulnerable state. I've never been there. I know that shocking. I've never been a professional athlete. So and I what you'd have my back in a bar, dude. If someone threw down seven five we're going down. If we're going down we're going down in flames. What I mean? But so you've said before, you know, you're so grateful that social media didn't exist in the day that you were playing, and I think anybody played then would agree with that. But I think that you were certainly in moments where you knew, you know, what it would it wouldn't make total sense for me to do this in this example, and I'm not saying you, but in this example, if he was gonna tag it makes sense to snap at that. Because anybody would but as a professional athlete, the the reality is you're held to a higher standard, you're held a public standard. And if you do something wrong, and I not professional athlete something wrong. No one's gonna care that I did. But everyone's gonna without a doubt. I mean, that's the that's totally understood that this whole, you know, the process and being impressed athlete. There's a lot of things that you know, that apply to comply with someone else. Because again, that's that moment, you know, people are looking for the opportunity to maybe antagonize. Yes. You to hit them. And then next thing, you know, what you have a lawsuit and etc. Etc. And yeah, I think I don't condone his actions not whatsoever. I mean, you got to be able to walk away. So okay. Let's go. Let's go and not really get into a physical altercation. But I guess again, it's. I wouldn't store came out. I thought it was just one of the fake news. You know, someone, you know, posting fake news out there, and it's click on it. And they're trying to sell. It's an ad, you know, but I was really surprised it was Tyron tie van. I think that this is a unpopular opinion. It makes me feel for Jason Garrett. I mean, it really does we've talked about how the Cowboys have had legitimate defensive players spend that every season to begin the season's twenty fourteen. And now there are dealing with degree suspension. They're already dealing with not being able to get the Marcus on tie-down long-term contra. And now, you know, if you're Jason Garrett, you know, Dez Bryant coined the term Garrett guys, you know, if there's a defensive line to guy it's Crawford. That's why he is a captain and Jason get your thinking because people because guys make good decisions, and they're not Trump there. Jason Garrett guy. That's desert term, not mine. I'm just you know. Has its own definition in the world. That does Brian was on shirt. I'll I'm saying is that you know, Tyrone is definitely someone that Jason can depend on. Right. I mean because he is a captain for this team. Granted that is a process that is democratic and Jason good doesn't vote for captains. But and Jason Garrett your thinking man, I already got all this going on now. Taryn crawford. Tarot never doesn't didn't. Now, I'm dealing with Taryn Crawford problems. That would suck. I mean that would really really sucked to have to deal with that just goes to show that you can't control the situations grown Asman. I mean, they're look I mean, we all like to go out and have a good time and at one time or another risvan -able, and it seems like when that time comes guess what they're out there and taking advantage of it and you make the room decision. And that's the thing about it. Always always be cognizant of your surroundings. And I really at times I've mentioned this on our show. Before time after time. Yes, it's a social media's benefit for your brand. And everything else that goes along with it. But is sin as you do something as soon as you do something that's outta line? Guess what all met were passing on a man. The negatively the people out there waiting for something. Bad the waiting for something bad troll. Police are just waiting for you to mess up and bam. They're pounds on my whole life. My dad has he's had a few things. But one of them has been one, okay crap will wipe out a million Atta boys, and that's kind of what Tyrone Crawford. The guys got in a million Atta boys in his NFL career. And he's got one crap. Tony this is not Cowboys related, but one crap I take that all day long career of twelve years, or especially in this this landscaper social media now, I agree. So a very quick left. Turn for a moment. Okay. This is not cabbage related. But you know, we talk about life a little bit of not breaking news, but a little bit. Some interesting dropped on the time line while we were recording. And that's this other sausages made Jay Glazer who I reported that he was hearing Odal Beckham's trade talks. He wrote about it in the athletes and the world crucified him. All you're stupid. You don't know anything. And then lo and behold Doug is traded. So now, I think if Jay Glazer says something, you gotta listen, and he wrote this morning on Thursday morning in the athlete. We know that tyreek hill chiefs wide receiver is facing some legal issues of his own. Wow. That's but Jay Glazer wrote on a separate note. Even if none of this happened there were questions in Kansas City about whether they could re-sign -tary kill. I heard some rumblings of the started free agency that his name was being thrown about in trade talks. But at the time thought it had to do with his contract more than anything else. I think this one will take a little while to play out. So slowly interesting Jay Glazer, you know, drop a little little bump not a big bomb, but a little while I forgot about the whole the incident the entire kill when he was in college the domestic violence air. And now he's teams. Yeah. Now, he's got this latest one. And so I mean, I guess you got to categorize players. You'll things that they do off the field and remained. This is very punitive is not sound like going into place, and with your buddies and all of a sudden, it's an altercation and very different from the time. Yeah. So I think that that's the thing when I look at different situations. It's not a double standard is just what the I guess what the crime is. I hate to say crime. But whatever the incident may be but tire kill and this kind of the whole deal with Karima cream haunt who's now with the Cleveland Cleveland Browns, and those are things that are non tolerable. I mean, you cannot tolerate things like this it continued to happen players. I don't care how great tyreek hill is. And this is definitely an eyesore. It will be interesting given the way the chiefs organization handled the Kareem hunt situation. Because you could argue there's a precedent. Now. You know, if you're you know, during the cream hunting. There's this message of we we don't have any tolerance for this. Bob, la. So now, what do you do? You know what I mean? Do you have tolerance because it's tyreek hill. He's better football player. Who knows a former teammate both of them. Both Kareem hunt in Tara kill. Tony is Eric berry who visited with the Dallas Cowboys this week. Now you and I would tape in this Thursday morning. So if you're listening, and Eric berry has a home by that time apologies. But as of now Eric berry remains on sign. We haven't heard of him visiting with any team in particular outside of the Dallas Cowboys. Do you think this happens? And if it does how good would it be? Well, Eric berry to me. He's overcome a lot of the obstacles share no had had the cancer bat fought cancer and beat that has had a tremendous career at Kansas City, but has had to navigate through some injuries which kept him off the field in the last two years. He's played. Yeah. And so I don't know think that you know, you still again, it's it's what what you got to pay and what he wants. And I think just the fact that you have air berry for I don't know how many games I think it's worth I would say the risk because he is a proven commodity in hopefully bet against it. He doesn't get injured. And and again, they have death that that position. So in I think that you know, I were texting back and forth talking about him. And that was your your main concern is durability. Is it going to be able to stay healthy? Well, I think that you kind of way that your choice in your decision based on what you're gonna pay him. And and everything that goes along. Put an incentive contract labor contract. But yeah, I don't have any problem at all with them bringing in someone like him. Because again, he's he's proven it. And the biggest question is can stay on the field. You know? I mean, there's no question. He's a lottery ticket right now. I mean, 'cause you know, no disrespect Randall Cobb if you sign Eric berry, he has the most potential of any free agent that you could bring it because this is if things break, this is an all pro type of talent assuming he plays to his potential. It doesn't get hurt. Whatever I think it would be fascinating to watch. Eric berry play under Chris Rashard. I think it'll be fascinating to watch him in the same secondaries Byron Jones, I think will be huge the development of woods and Jeff heath. I mean, everybody involved. I mean, Eric berry is is that kind of guy that you mentioned didn't play with air and Rogers, but has has done things at a high level for a long time for what is regarded as a great organization in the chiefs. I don't know if it happened. So I mean, the fact that he he left the Cowboys of that deal. I don't think is is panic or the, but he doesn't have a deal, and you know, maybe the longer that it doesn't have a deal the more. He considers you know, what the Cowboys said this couch said that and kudos by the way to Cowboys for doing all of their medical checks on him. Because this is a guy with a checkered injury history. Yeah. And I think he's going to visit these visit other he's going to visit other teams sorry about that was Eric berry. Oh, good. Those things happen on seven. But you know, what when you when you look it. And he's he's going to he's going to visit other teams in ill. I think the Cowboys were kinda see what other teams are doing. And and he'll maybe be made an offer by other team. And he's he's he's you know, has yet the Bizet, and I think this kind of way that choice because again, we knew that we talked about they're all Thomas sweepstakes. We knew that. I just knew that he was out of their money week. He wanted to much money. And so I think this kind of falls in place, and what they're wanting to spend. And again, if he stays healthy, he's able to as you just mentioned mentor and be part of this whole rotation with the back end Christmas arch dynamic, I think it's a win win situation for the Cowboys and Eric berry, you know, so many people talk about you know, he wants to come play for the star and all this mumbo jumbo. I don't buy. That. But what I do buy to some effect is if I'm Eric berry and see like to do. So I have to pretend to find if I'm Jay some good if I'm whoever if I'm Eric berry. First of all, I'm not calling. Tony, you know in the morning. I'm sending Metaxas in. So we need to teach your phone mannerisms. But. If I'm Eric berry. I obviously want to regain the perception that I'm very good safety. I want to regain some national attention. I don't want to just disappear which I think if he goes to the wrong team has the tendency to do because he's an older player because there's a lot of young prominence safeties emerging you look at certainly. Jamal Adams in New York. You certainly look at the state of safety game is really interesting in the NFL Derwin James in Los Angeles. But anyway, if I'm at berry, and I want to regain some attention on myself. Yeah. I'll go play for the Cowboys play on prime time television six times a year, you know, be essentially on prime time television every Sunday afternoon on FOX. I mean, I'll go play for the biggest stage and have migrated season. And then next year, I will get paid. I mean, we've seen that happen. I'm not saying that the surefire thing, and I don't buy that one hundred percent, but I do buy that that is a real potential implication. Well, I mean, I'll meet you halfway on that. I think since the fact that he's thirty years old and had that achilles. Ruptured achilles tendon and twenty seventeen and still having some ramifications issues with that I don't know will ever get back to that type of form they had maybe a couple years ago. But certainly, I think that, you know, hasn't played a lot of names. I don't think is body is physically battered again, he beat cancer, and he's tough. And I think you have to weigh that also. But if they can get in again, I don't know. I mean, he can expect to be paid a lot of money ball, though, I will say this. He's one of the better free agents outright out on the market right now consider what he was injured last year in the last couple of years only played three games. So I think that that's the that's the question. You gotta ask the valuation process. And you know, how you look at him. You you have your medical doctors checking mound and see where he's at. And and. And sometimes maybe some other teams look into it too much. And if you see a different way, then maybe let's let's go and bring him in. Let's let's sign into one year rental and in the advantage. If he plays good this year, we'll give them incentives, and we'll see where this goes. But I don't think that the Cowboys needed to settle for just anybody right now. And if they get into that just to have a knee guy a name and Eric berry as I mentioned has tremendous resume. But I just don't want them what they want to settle for just the fact that we need somebody. It's got to be someone that's gonna make a contribution. You know? I think when you say that I think a lot of people, I don't think this case. But a lot of people feel like they're renting a lot of places. They're not. But I we did a QNA on the site on Wednesday, by the way, Tony we've got a tweet on late on Wednesday night. I don't know if you saw this. It was incredible looking for as as I talk. Justin Thomas, not the PGA tour player, but on Twitter, JT Kobo tweeted, it you, and I and said he was listening to seven five. Oh, and his daughter got in the car and said why is the rock talking about the Cowboys? And just and said, I told her that's Tony Casillas, but they do sound like so well, hopefully, I think the rock is pronunciations a little better. But I've been told maybe the monotone voice and everything, but that's a appreciate the compliment. Hey, I'm a big I'm a big rock fan favorite rock movie game plan, really. I choice. The two-third. I good. All right. I wasn't let me just disappointed. Skyscraper. Yeah. But you know, what that movie look like, I've never watched ballers honest, I need to but I love on ever watch baller. But I I've I've seen entrees like ten times. I watch it every spring. It's kind of like a tradition of mine kind of football. Von throws. Yeah. But but skyscraper looked like a movie that Vince chase from entourage would be. That's exactly what it looked like. Yeah. Look like cheesy like super action, whatever movie. So that was great. But so cool shout out to Joe Justin Thomas, Joe Thomas, Cleveland, maybe he was going to give me some Goth lessons and tips on how to improve my really bad golf game short game. Look back to the rental thing. I was asked to question during the BT QNA if you could draft a player at fifty eight overall, maybe this facts, your berry decision, and you could have defensive tackle or safety, and you knew and this is stupid hypothetical or so we're not stupid. And you knew they were going to be the same talent. Call it eighty five overall player, you know, it was going to be eighty five overall defensive tackle or eighty-five overall safety. What would you choose? If I look in the crystal ball. This guy is going to be a Bollard. You knew you knew that he was maybe not a bother but a good player but good contributing player. And you knew it was going to be the same level of talent. Whether it was a defensive tackle or safety. And so what would you take? I would take a defense attack. I take the guy up front because a really is. You know, my perspective as a player, I just know how the both things go hand in hand with the you know, the secondary and the guys from. Complement each other. And it's really it's hard to find a really versatile dude that can do both like play the Ron and really be really good pass rusher and give you some push up the metal. And I think the guys that they have a mainly Collins and some of the guys that they have there now. Anton woods, there's some lunch pail guys in there and made some contributions, but you really need to find someone and, cultivate, them and really make them. I'm not even going to mention his name because it's not worth mentioned on a shell. And you know, who I'm talking about this no longer here. The rock though. No that's not on the number for defensive lineman, windy at Miami. Right. Do not compare. Together. Okay. See you may mention his name that so, but that guy was kinda close as the closest thing to versatile guy that you know, if you just hope and pray that look and get your crap together, let's make this work. And so it's hard to find those two guys. But I think yeah. Without a doubt. We I think it really really versatile defensive tackle inside his heart of the find a really ball hawking safety, in my opinion. Maybe I'm a little biased. But I think if you ask a lot of people because again, it's were they complement each other. You know in doing some thinking here there's there are two positions at the Cowboys have not devoted a first or second round draft pick to since two thousand ten I want to say so looking at that so Cowboys draft since two thousand ten first and second on draft picks, they devoted at least a first dzafic wide receiver cause desert. I. Traffic offense of line, obviously, they're devoted. Tons of Sean jaffrey's even tied in got a second round draft pick that was governor Escobar twenty thirteen running back, obviously Zeke was was the fourth overall pick. They have not devoted a first or second draft pick to quarterback. They found Dak on the fourth round on the defensive side of the ball edge rusher is they have devoted a couple of second round draft picks Marcus Lawrence Randy, Gregory, porno BAC, we saw them draft. Byron Jones in the first she to lose in the second safety, you could kind of call that Byron Jones because that's where they played him initially. So that's kind of a weird one linebacker. They have spent some second round draft picks on Sean Lee, Bruce Carter and Smith they have not spent a first or second on Jack on defensive tackle. That's just not something that they do. And I really you. I mean, you've mentioned lunch pail guys and nothing against guys. They're surly great at every football team needs one of those. Me cons is great Antoine. Woods. Is this kind of rising? You know story that everybody really really loves rate season and Rodman Ellie that's his thing. I mean, he takes these casts it off dudes and turns them into legitimate players. And they go get paid somewhere else. Give him give him an elite talent. I'm not saying that Antoine's nine elite, but give him a not a blue chip prospect. But give him somebody, you know, who's legitimately talented and again nothing against anybody else. But give him if he can make these cast-offs fantastic. What could he do with a more polished pedigree type player? And look, I think talk, oh, Charlton is a good example. He was drafted as a defensive end. But you know, I I'm really for the the the notion of maybe moving him inside and only doesn't want to hear that phone coach. But look, I don't think and I think that was a question of him. I wanna stop you. Because why why wouldn't you wanna? To do that from somebody who's been there. Because I think that everybody knows you got to be a full grown, man. The play inside. That's Z. Right. That's the reason. I mean you talking about getting banged and double teams, and you're not alleman island anymore. It's not it's not sexy. You're not. Rusher. It's it's a it's a heavyweight fight every snap. Okay. And look, I think he doesn't. And I think we talked about this on our show someone asked him about it. And I guess he was sending stuff out on social media, and I'm working out and everything. But yeah, I think that that was probably the question, Mark. And what I've heard from people, you know, physically he's a he looks great. But he doesn't have the speed of a guy like Agassi DeMarcus Lawrence doesn't have the burst off the edge. So I think maybe movement side utilize speed and athleticism inside which is not comparable to someone DeMarcus on play outside and the edge is really really fast like a monta Montaigue, sweat or someone like that utilize him and put him inside. And then now you get the question markers. Are you? You're gonna put on the edge. So to me in time on Crawford is inside, dude. He's not an out. Side guy. I mean, he's really he's. Yeah. So he served as debt, but and he's a great swing man, and you can count on him. But I would experiment with with taco Charlton inside that might be a home for him, and you know, letting play three technique. Let him get on the field and use a speed inside as opposed to outside where you have to have really really really good speed off the edge. His his speed outside is not elite. He's he's he's Mr. spin move. That's all he is. But click him inside all of a sudden that speed suddenly becomes elite for defensive tackle. Maybe not leap, but very very good. Yeah. Yeah. I compare it to play with Leon lead. And Leon Lett was a six eight and discipline, dude. And that dude got up, Phil. He was so fast. He was on block -able. So I mean, you USA guy inside in Ron Rodman airy defense that at least experience sparing with him there. And look he's not gonna be happy. But he's gonna have to find a way to stay on the field and make a contribution. That's why they drafted him in the first round to this point hasn't panned out. I think I like the idea personally because I agree with you. I think that maybe taco could flourish more detached over as defensive end. However, given the state of Cowboys defensive ends. I don't think you can afford to kick inside. We'll have to keep him having Eric Bury's. That's taco. He's he's upset. You know? I'm working to phones this morning. I'm really, I'm really working phones. I just got a text message from Jason Geert and. He's five on the seven five. Oh news. I like your idea. I need you to start to work with the taco Charlton and developing into a full grown man inside. You know, I think that that's a valuable piece of information because everybody here's you know, all they should kick him inside. But he probably wouldn't want that the reason why and the it's unfortunate. I saw it was caterer apples and the DASA had a tweet kind of. She described tacos, I seasons as whole home. I that's that's been kind of. That's being really nice calling them. Tacos been really disappointing. And you know, the fact that he would if I was Robin Anneli, and I told taco here, we're gonna take you inside. And if he did it, but we don't know if this is the case, but if you did oppose it'd be like, dude, this isn't a choice. You know, like we we need you to play inside do take one for the team. So here's another thing. You mentioned it. Well, you can't afford to put him inside outside speed. Well. It doesn't really matter. If you're getting it from somewhere, you really, you know, you can you can compliment that with someone on the edge. But I mean, this working on both ends and inside because I think I think a lot of people they followed get seduced by the outside rush and the sexiness of getting. Getting sacks. And that's where they come from. But think about it in the pocket whenever that's what you're you're able to develop pressuring inside out. And I think it's gotta come from someplace. So I think it's just a good way of just really being versatile as defensive line. I agree with that. But to go back to where this all started in terms of would you draft to save defensive tackle? I would rather just get my defensive tap. I, you know, I don't wanna mess. I think at this point. I'm not saying you you just chock taco up to a loss and kind of whatever you're right on his rookie deal without fifth year option. But I think that you know, you get your defensive tackle, you you fill that need, and you couldn't eat taco Charlton because you there's talk about trading democracy because of the contracts district Randy, Gregory suspended. What if town Crawford get suspended for a game or two all of a sudden taco Charlton's wanted? You're starting. Events, and that's crazy world. But especially if you do land rookie defensive tackle with the fiftieth overall pick because then you're defensive tackle, pretty solid. You've got me cons, Anton woods and arbitrary rookie. First of all, they even think about trading DeMarcus Lawrence at this juncture of their tame may I think I would just want my money back my season tickets. I will really I was right. The markets launch. Because you don't have enough money to pay me. Don't wanna pay him that much come on and join I mean, they basically backed in the corner right now. Yeah, I think like if you can go out sign someone that we're going to get to like a Robert Griffin that I'm sorry. Not a Quin ova Quinn. I don't know. I said Robert Griffin. But he's the one. That's why. Yeah. Rub for Quinn. The dude for Miami. Maybe. But I mean, if you even thinking about trading or not even put him in in again and long extended contract. I think there's going to be some real issues if the Cowboys do land Robert Quinn. We'll see what happens there. It does give them a little bit of leverage against DaMarcus on and that they at least have somebody because right now, they really don't and they only have problems latest being Tarrant Crawford. You know, the status of that trade to be still up at the at the time of us talking at least. So we don't know what's going to happen with Robert Quinn. I also this. I'm not a proponent for trading democracy ones. But, you know, understanding who this team is if the Cowboys decide amongst themselves for whatever reason, this this is our ceiling, this this number of this is the absolute highest we can go we've we've budgeted we've done all this work, whatever, and they decide X is that number and they offer DeMarcus ex and they say do we cannot go opin higher than ex. And DeMarcus says, you know, what X is not good enough on more than ex. Well, then guess what? Then then I think you move on. I mean, just for the sake of of peace because you can't drag this out into July, and then, you know, pony up then then he gets surgery and everything I think you have to you have to make a move. You can't just sit on this forever. I wouldn't I wouldn't be enthused about that. But if they decided that and they moved quickly and they recoup two first round draft pick at the very least for the draft. And okay, I mean, it's not the worst thing I've ever heard what have they can pins on what type of draft pick. If they're gonna make a trade for Robert Quinn. That would be the question. What are they going to what kind of what they talking about? Well, Robert Quinn have what eight and a half sacks last year for the Miami Dolphins. And so it just depends on what Miami's will went to give up. And if you move DeMarcus Lawrence, what what are you going to get for for trade value because you know, right now, I going into free agency DeMarcus Lawrence was a number one free agent at the very top. So there is a big market for DeMarcus Lawrence O, regardless if the Cowboys decide the pony up pain and give him an extended contract and paying twenty million dollars a year. Whatever that number is. There's going to be a market for him somewhere else. And again, if you're looking at that type of money and him trade into some other just thinking about this. If I'm the New England Patriots, and I'm looking at DeMarcus Lawrence, and they you know, they always stop piled me think about all the picks that they've amassed over the years that would be a place. Anyway, I'm just thinking that loud. I'm just thinking of other homes for him. I bought a wine. I didn't pantry for hours. So I mean, I think that that would be crazy. But I don't think that would be crazy, but I'm just thinking of other homes for him. But in that was just my little fantasy general manager thanking on my part right now since I've been working the phones this one on our show, and I jotted listeners. Sometimes I am technically challenge where I have other things going on. And so that kind of adds ambience too. But back to democracy, they need to get him sign and again to your point if they can get syndrome picks that quote, quantify the. Reason and really give them opportunity go out fine. Someone at that position. Bill it, and if you able to to Detroit for Robert Quinn, I think I'm on board with that. It's. Immune is it the smartest thing. No. Is that the best thing? No. But you could stomach that you know, what? I mean, you could if they landed Robert Quinn. And we don't want to regress. No, we don't last year the defense. I mean, they're the needle is up on point with this defense. That's don't wanna regress and get back. Okay. So here's what we have. Now we look on offense. We went out and got random call got a Cooper last year. We've added these players offense. We don't want to get into the this unbalanced. We wanted to be more bouncing Lasser struggled so much in the first half of the season. They wanna try to keep as many than most important parts on your team. And that is the markets Lawrence on defense. And I really feel like if you lose him, I think you really regress on this on this football team. You know, it's unfortunate that Amari Cooper in back-to-back seasons has dealt with off seasons or his team has a disgruntled pass rusher. And obviously Khalil Mack last year. And the raiders of did what what we're saying. The Cowboys could they said, you know, what we have a number. I mean, I don't know. Maybe I'm giving the rates too much credit. We have a number Khalil won't take it. So let's just get out. You know what I mean? Let's get out. Let's let's cash out now. So I mean, it's not the worst thing ever. It would not be ideal. I with you. But here's the thing. Also, I didn't mean to interrupt you is when you look at the whole DeMarcus Lawrence on start thinking about this. You're looking to draft the guys coming out the defensive tackle position because I think there's some really some players. So then you gotta look at teams really have a top ten draft pick this year. Those are the teens. Maybe that you're gonna have to talk to if you're talking about trading someone like DeMarcus Lawrence because those are the guys that really need probably really good defensive and Pash rusher. And actually have the. You know, the the tolls and the resources to trade for player like the Marcus Lawrence because they're trying to add and get closer to being a more complete team. So Tony will be back on Monday. Spent a great show, by the way, madness mine distraction with me the bat phone and everything else. I think it's really good lecture keeping train on the tracks horse. So Eric berry and Robert Quinn by the time we seven five hundred up on Monday are either one of them doubts. I believe you said that you thought Rando would be accomplished. I think you're one for one as far as free agency is concerned, but Eric berry or robber Queen will either one one of them both of them. None of them. What's the situation going to be Monday? When we hit five oh. I'm gonna go with Robert Quinn to think that happens got more live action. Okay. I'm down with that. So Robert Quinn is a cowboy by Monday is your first prediction. I'll agree with that. I think that that happens. Maybe it's like a Friday news dump sort of thing. And what's your biggest upset of the weekend? Oh, we're talking about the March madness. Gosh, that's a great question. To look at my look at my bracket. Maybe biggest upset but just something interests someone like a, well, here's here's my question. Let me look at this real quick because there's a couple of teams I'm on on the fence with. I'm I'm gonna go ahead and say. Because I don't think. This wouldn't be an upset. So we gotta swing for the fences. Let me ask you, let me get yours. I so I can just have one second to to to look at this. I'm gonna go with Vermont over Florida state. I think that that happens. I think we get that upset in the first round Vermont over Florida's stays my obsesed of the weekend. Almost throw this out there, and I'm really probably off base with this. I'm going with Old Dominion. Oh, all right. Huge upset. Let's do it. Let's get watts. That's why that's what the that's the definition upset right there. Let's team seed versus a three seat. Let's hope that happens. You mentioned in Tonia was a great show. I'll be all enjoyed it. Make sure to rate and review the blog on the boys podcast feed on all podcast platforms. You can hit Tony up on Twitter at TC Casillas. I'm at our Joa. You can let them know if he sounds like the rock or someone else it's up to you. Really? Thanks for listening have great weekend. This was the seven five. My name is Spencer home by name is Jason Kurt. My name is Ryan nanny combined. We form the shutdown full stride. Keep telling you this forecast is technically college football podcast. But it's also a show about won't care disaster regional grocery stores. We love Tennessee Batman, homeowners associations bears in video games. 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The Ocho: Travis Frederick has retired from the NFL

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The Ocho: Travis Frederick has retired from the NFL

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Dallas Cowboys Center Travis Frederick announcing his retirement from the National Football League The Dallas Cowboys drafted Travis in two thousand thirteen. They originally held the eighteenth overall pick traded back with the Super Bowl. Runner-up San Francisco Forty niners. Took Frederick netted a third round. Pick out of drafted terrance Williams which worked out for a little bit at least And Travis Frederick became. I don't think it's an over exaggeration to say one of the greatest players in cowboys. History certainly one of the greatest offensive lineman one of the greatest individuals to ever put on a cowboys. Uniform and retires at the age of twenty nine The news came Dea Travis. Himself always been kind of a quiet guy on social media He does a lot of great work in the community. In fact he's been nominated as the cowboys nominee for the Walter Payton. Nfl Man of the Year award. Before in. So when I saw his tweet pop up I I kinda thought it was. I know he's been doing a lot of things to help. Amidst the current times the boys that a lot as well. And that's certainly a great to see but the statement was about his retirement. A few words from air travel statement reads after much consideration discussion and reflection. I have decided to retire from football. This was not an easy decision. I entered the League at twenty two years old unsure of where life would lead. I since have married. Welcome two beautiful healthy children into this world and achieved professional levels of which. I could have never dreamed playing. Football has given me many amazing things. I had the good fortune to play on very successful. Teams participate in pro bowls and even be named all pro. I've been surrounded by not only elite level athletes and coaches but elite level men. I've learned from in-work decide some of the game's best players and coaches surprisingly what I learned from them on the field paled in comparison to what I learned off. The field specifically had to be an impactful member of the community reliable teammate and devoted family man. I started a journey almost two years ago. The completely blindsided me when I developed the Embargo Syndrome. I did not know how to handle things. I was scared. That experienced forced me to reevaluate life. Priorities I spent much of that. You're thinking about both the past and future. I realized how fortunate I was to play a game for a living. I realized how fortunate I was to make friends and become teammates with some great men. Most of all I realize the importance of my family and how much I WANNA be there for their peaks and valleys as they were from me. there's a lot to travis a statement Strongly encourage you to read it. We've shared it. On blogging boy social channels. It's also included in our right up on. Travis's retirement at blogging the boys dot com and powerful words. Travis has always been very well-spoken individual very intelligent player in certainly very intelligent person And it's not shocking to see him Sort of carry that over into the news announcing his retirement. Jerry Jones Dallas cowboys owner offered a statement himself noting Travis Frederick by the nature of his center position was the core piece of what I believe to be one of the most talented and skilled. Nfl offensive lines that has been assembled his leadership ability production and intelligence put him at the top level of interior offensive linemen in our league for many years at the pinnacle of his success. His career on the field was only exceeded. By a rare display of courage and determination in overcoming a life threatening illness and returning to the game a challenge that could only be completed by a person with rare levels of perseverance and strength as a contributor to our community a family man and professional person he has distinguished himself as an exemplary representative of this organization and for the rest of his life when his name is mentioned in the same sentence with the Dallas cowboys he will be lifting the standards of excellence and esteem. That has characterized the history of our proud franchise again. These statements are available at blog on the boys dot com for you if you want to read them for yourself. Again Travis Frederick Obviously dealt with Bari Syndrome in two thousand eighteen missed the entire year the entire season. That is Joe. Looney started every game in. Its place. The Dallas cowboys coincidentally perhaps not so much resigned. Joe Looney last week we talked about that. The veterans our benefit. We talked about all these things without really knowing where the direction was kind of pointing towards And I thought the best way to kind of cover this as it was sort of happening was to have a discussion to have a discussion with one of the smartest people that I know Our attempt from one five three the fan. What am I? Great Friends Are is a big reason. Why I'm even in this business to begin with and so I was kind enough to jump on for an emergency episode of the show. We had a great conversation kind of talking about who we think will fill in for Travis. you know who who will take his job at center. Now that he is retired Our thoughts on Travis. The person how he'll be missed in the locker room So on and so forth we have a very special guest coming on Wednesday's episode of the show. Were actually going to drop it For our Tuesday episode but given the The News we don't want you don't want to you know don't want to knock it the attention. It deserves Dallas Cowboys linebacker. Luke Gifford will join us on Wednesday's episode of the show but for now let's get to today's special guest. The one and only attempt joins US next right here on the OCHO pleased to be joined by one of my very good friends. Your best friend the one and only you know him. Host of analysis pre and post game show through the hand and Youtuber extraordinaire. The one and only are attempting on twitter at Ari sports you can also hear him on. Sirius. Xm talking all things. Big Twelve. Aria Palace goes doing well. I appreciate that. Very warm instruction remind people go follow subscribing my youtube page at YouTube dot com slash sports sports. I've heard you spell that out more times than I can count sports. Sports are the same but I will say maybe from like the three month point of knowing you. I've wanted to try out apple's so I finally got braised like I. It's unlike anything I've ever heard before my life okay. Well I'll just spoiler alert. Go WITH IF YOU'RE GONNA go Greek. Most Aristotle yeah see I remember when I was like have you ever heard of Golden. And you've got really sarcastic But I wanted to try Ari oxen free to see how that were. Should I do that? That would have been way better. I'M NOT GONNA lie much more of a fan of that one well next time. So we're jumping on for a special emergency episode of the OCHO. If I had like a fancy soundboard and stuff. That would be like sirens and stuff Travis Frederick Retired Holy Crap. Your thoughts shocked Chuck I so let's start with. Trans Frederick is awesome. Like he's one of the coolest people He's just genuine. He is authentic. He's funny. He's got a great personality. Smart Yeah the smart thing. People like say that but he truly is. It's not just like oh he you know. Is this highly educated person? When he speaks he sounds incredibly smart. Like you know what I mean like that. That is very very obvious. And so you know that just knowing that knowing how thoughtful of a human being he is the this was a decision that was not just telling me made you know. And and he he spoke in his statement Was released basically saying. Look when you're a football player you're caught in this loop and you your customers miliary if things and it's hard to retire to break out of that loop but you know when he suffered from young race and drummer that forced him away from the cowboys for a season you know you saw what life would be like in retirement and you know. It seemed like what he says. He's okay with it and then you couple that with coming back last year and his you know what he said was one. They wanted to at least make you know. WanNa see if I could still do it and you know. We still a pro bowler but didn't feel like he played at a level that he he was capable of. And so that's a difficult thing for a player to demand. Excellence from themselves not get it. And then you're you're already thinking about retirement because you bring seeing what it's like and you like that lifestyle I'm sure there's been something you've been marinating on and thinking about I I don't think this you know like the idea here that this copy cowboys by surprise. I don't think that's the case I mean that's been the cowboys signing Joe Looney gives you a pretty good indication. That maybe they they had they. They thought this was coming Raft do you think the drafting of McGovern? I think at the time we sort of explained it away from the perspective of look. They're starting center is coming off missing an entire year due to fighting this autoimmune disorder. It makes sense for them to death but do you think that they thought then that this particular writing was kind of on the wall. Maybe not twenty twenty but you know maybe twenty twenty one. Whatever the case may be like do you think that they thought that child starter could be gone permanently in the near future. Because I'm with you I I by the looney thing Balloon Ethan is clearly. They knew about this last week. So that's why they re signed him to keep him in house that totally makes sense. But so you're saying that you wouldn't give the I don't want to say travis the cowboys but the situation enough credit to where it was obviously a year ago no because I think the cowboys drafted McGovern. Because they had him pretty high on their list and they felt like he was he was just too good value to pass up and and I also think like they felt like they needed more depth meteor. They're all types of lime I don't think that when they drafted him a government that they thought they'd be looking at ut. That didn't include. Travis Frederick. 'cause you know. I I feel like they thought that he would come back and be fine and and everything we look did was. He is good as he was prior to know. But you could also serve. Chalk it up to. He's been a week for seven years and years. Never GonNA play at that high level for that long and he was coming in missing health aside. That is a difficult thing right so I mean I think McGovern. It's interesting covers really interesting here. Because we don't know anything about him. Basically suffered and suffered injury before training camp never really paid. Training camp was just never. They're like I. I'm in the locker at least once a week. During the season and dropping off season. I don't even know what Karma government looks like so you know what number no no idea so and I know he's you know he was drafted as interior linemen but his position as best position is center. So I think you can go into camp and I don't know what they're gonNa do for the draft. I certainly think this could change their draft plan to a bit but I think they go to camp with Joe Looney and car McGovern competing with probably looney at inside track and look what Looney Louie would start etc for a lot of teams in the NFL. Let's start for the cowboys. Twenty right but in Looney were if trash Frederick came back and loonie were free agent. When here's a good host team that we pick him up and he would start dating one gives you like you have how good of a player is especially relative to what out there so and then you have the whole thing? That looney did that he he could bring the table with Frederick was like this is this is what's up. I mean everything. Sucks about leading Frederick? But the one thing is so we talked about. I was smart kids. It's the guy that was. So good line of scrimmage and played with Jack Martin so frequently those two just had such great verbal and nonverbal communication and so a couple of years ago when Mooney is starting. You know you're Talking Zach. Martinus like yeah I mean. That's that's not to Zack. Martin to say that's you know that's where Joe is good but he said in so many ways that's the issue. Joe Ludi is that he just physically he might be on the same level as travis. Frederick may be able to do certain things like Frederick. But it's the mental side of it you'll not verbal verbal communication side of it that he just can't have been on the same level of tries tries. But now you're talking about a guy that's gonna come in and start a sex you know basically a second time for second year with to basically two to three years started every game for team so there is more of miliary having played basically a full season alongside Zack. Martin it's like there are things were transferred. If you're just not going to get ready with the else and physical or anything that you could you could duplicate. It's just true. He was a player. But at least you have the luxury of okay. This guy would have missed a year and so there is some semblance of familiarity with Joe Louis across it off at the wine and also helps you got Akbar and Tyran Smith who is talking about. How big of a question are you going to? Last year. He really good year last year. The bad back at all right So first of all Khanna McGovern number sixty six for anybody that wants to commit that to memory. You know it's GonNa ruin the The appearance that they had the nice you know Kinda Williams already kind of wreck that with us. Fifty two whatever but So I don't personally by that it. I I know you meant like other not taking a center at seventeen or anything but I know that's not what you meant but I don't buy that. It affects their their draft plans at least from like a a top hundred picks perspective I I do think that they are yeah. Maybe they're more willing to address. You know depth later. In the rounds. Whatever it so we were. Obviously we've got the four starters in place tyronn Connor Williams Sacramento and Liaqat Style Collins Extension continues to look incredible by the way just with every passing day. And so now they have Joe Looney who I I won't going to assume that he's the penciled in starter at center not Connor McGovern maybe that's Kinda McGovern's future who knows and then you've got branded night as your potential swing tackle. That's that's one way to look at this I The the question I have. I guess that I thought about so are you. Are you aware of the veteran salary benefit that Joe Looney had with the cowboys this particular detail? This contract okay. So that was so the gist of it is. It's a special specific. You know basically incentivized contract to sort of give you the incentive to stay with that you've been with for a long time and only your team can offer you this particular amount and you'll get to not count part of it on your salary caps you. It's essentially paying somebody this much. But it's not counting for that much because I guess of the tenure that you've had with this team I guess is the thought behind it so if we are to assume that the cowboys knew that Travis Frederick was going to be retiring when they resigned Joe. Do you think Joe Looney. Because I don't know that if Joe Looney knows if he is sort of the starting center for the Dallas Cowboys and a season with super bowl aspirations unless he's just the nicest guy in the world which is very well possible given everything we know about you. I don't know that he just takes this like kind of friendly situation. I mean I don't know maybe I'm being too conspiracy theories at this point. Don't think there's any question. This is not a shock to the cowboys you know. I think it's shocked as we are. I do not think that. Because just knowing travis like he's just not the person that the wake-up decide. I'm going to do this. This is a constant thing. I am willing to bet that you know. Something he struggled with and grappled with and discussed openly with members of the cowboys drought. So so then. Yeah that makes looney knew and everybody knew. Yeah I mean. I'm just trying to cover all angles here because that would be terrible. I think it's really important to know because there's people get this on twitter of course but it's like He's the worst you're already doing. It's like he's not what you think like. You might be surprised by this. But I I guarantee you frederick that his teammates and especially those Joe Looney Zack. Martin Live Collins track like trump's rhetoric like the office of Wyman guys in that room knew right the the the fishing trip gang try not to Jeff Heath now headed to the raiders but Do you think 'cause it makes sense to plug in. I say plug in like this easy thing but for Joe near Khanna McGovern to be the team. Starting Center is many people have noted on twitter Mcgovern Thirteen at center for Penn State. Do you think there's any possibility of Connor Williams sliding over to center and CONNOR MCGOVERN JUMPING INTO GUARD? Where it Kinda made sense to play him. I think they should move Connor Williams because then you're changing positions as opposed to just one right right right and and I mean you you essentially have two guys now in in in Looney and McGovern. Who are most familiar and comfortable playing center? So yeah I would. I'm very I mean. Look and this question. Box cutter royals right. I mean like so so you now. We're talking about your three spots wine which are held up pretty well but now you have two spots right next to each other guard and center that like I mean mix and match. You Know I. The thing is it's like if looney started center at could could government start and not Connor Williams or could McGovern started center and Loonie started at at guard. You know what I mean like so I would. I would almost rather see them. Get those three guys compete in two spots and whenever they end up doing the draft. I have two more football ish questions and then I want to sort of hit the non-football part because that's a big part of who has has been for the cowboys. I had tweeted That you were gonNA beyond here and so because the world loves you got a bunch of responses because again on twitter at our sports that's sports a sports So the first youtube are has great techs are is actually a Chicago Bears Fan. People don't really know that so Teasing piece for you man but So at a leash. Abi Zero seven to three Asks how big is the loss for deck? I maybe this is a hot take but I don't think it's that big of a loss. I mean the guy was just playing with without Travis Frederick. Two years ago you know what I mean like. I'm not twenty five percent of Dak. Prescott career with the cowboys has been spent without That's not an absurd amount. But it's more than the euro yet. I don't know that it's it's devastating. I mean I'm not trying to I don't know that no I I. I don't think it's any worse for data is for the cowboys. This sucks for the cowboys I it's I I agree with you. It's not like it's worse for significantly. It's like it's it's bad for the team overall and it's not it's not. I'll tell you if it's bad but it's also not like at least they have looney year signed at least it got McGovern like at least they have a couple of pieces that you don't have to completely work about it because people are Gonna ask by the salary cap. This affects the salary cap very negatively. They're they're going to basically at eleven million dollars dead money because the guaranteed by the left on his deal accelerates the file year to deal which all the money Guaratiba blessed. His deal was already in this year. So this is the last year they basically giving a guarantee buddy. So it's eleven million dollars account dead money so there they get no Sarah capitalise. They you know they already have a bunch of positions to address in the draft. So you know I. I think it sucks from from multiple standpoints. But at least they've got a couple of guys on roster one that's already started for you and the other that that you know. We thought pretty highly of last year. Astra after the draft right. I think we'll see the situation. I think obviously we're in some stressful times as a world and I don't know what the the dietary situation isn't in the timken household. You're always pretty lean so I imagine you know you're doing well But it's like if you were not prepared for the current state of the world when it kind of I hit us like the Rudy. Gobert moment so to speak If you didn't have a lot of food in your pantry like things you really like what you had had stuff. You know what I mean like. Maybe you had like some bags of chips that like you weren't like pumped about but you know it's like I'll be fine. I can eat chips. You know what I mean like. I know I've been kind of ignoring them for a little while. But you know that's yeah. Yeah I'M NOT. I'm not trying to you know sort of say the Connor Governor Joe near this bag of like your most favorite trips chips. But it's it's Kinda like that like you have a prevention plan. It's just maybe not the most ideal thing in the world but that's why it's a prevention plan and not the you know the starting plan so the plan. Yeah EXAC look we. We don't know I think given the cowboys cowboys have been in way. Worse situations with positions where they're just they plan to future enough and certainly. WanNa they seem to be planning fairly well for the future. I agree We we've seen them completely caught with their pants down in bad situations and not just Jerry So that was a joke. It was funny. Obviously Okay my last football my last football question there. This is this idea has been kind of percolating for awhile on twitter and now it's suddenly had the GNAWS pressed to give it new life there are i. I just some responses to to you know soliciting questions here. What about what an alumnae of my best of all right? What if the cowboys sign? Ron Leery at left guard. Then governor Joe Looney could be starting center and Connor Williams can kick out just swing tackle boom championship. What are your thoughts? I mean if the cowboys were interested in Rod leary. Don't you okay? There's another way the Catholics. Don't see very interesting Ron Leary And that's what he was. Basically we thought it was basically like outwardly twitter. Hey I'd love to go back there all right cool. That's cool. That's nice. Yeah we all have. We all have that. We are drink. Well thanks me like I think. The cowboys are pretty committed to shoring up that middle of their defensive line and we heard rumors You know Monday about Ontario and maybe snacks even though snacks basically scale on twitter and said they weren't interested in them. Maybe whatever the case might be like. They're still trying to spend money there. Obviously. They're still trying to spend money on Dak Prescott if they don't get a long term deal Trescott. That's all the money. They're paying him next year. Thirty three million all guaranteed. So it's all kind of get the cabbages they to more of a longterm deal than you can. You could space out the guaranteed money. That's on as much of a hit under CAP. So at this point they have money to be going out and spending much beyond what they're they've already budgeted and I think you you couple that with the fact that they probably got some pretty good in-house options Mean this is why they drafted these guys. You know so. They drafted connor. Williams is whether drafted Conor McGregor. And this is why you had Joe Looney all these years and so I wouldn't be that opposed to route leary. Although but if you have a finite amount of money to spend in there for a finite amount of players you could bring in. I'm just e that's just lower hierarchy at this point. Hey guys going to get back to our interview with Timken in just a moment but before we do going to take a very quick break here award from our sponsors plant based is here to stay. We've got plant based milk. We've got plant based meat and now plant based butter is becoming a thing. That's why we're excited about new country. Crock plant butter. It's dairy free and plant based but it tastes like dairy butter not to mention the plant. Butter sticks cook and bake like dairy butter to. It's twenty five percent less saturated fat and the production of plant butter results in less than half the carbon footprint of dairy butter. Use It wherever you used. 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In you know the cowboys have actually now lost two players. That work happens at one point in Chavez Frederick Jason Witten and so I mean I I I don't always buy into the man. The locker rooms gonNA miss that. Do but the locker rooms definitely. GonNa Miss Chavez Frederick without question and I mean I look. I think the locker room is GONNA lose Jason Witten and Travis Frederick but I think we didn't was kind of like he wasn't is loved and locker room maybe as he expect a guy with his status to be. I mean that's just because there's a lot of guys in that locker. That locker had been around him as much when he was at the peak of his game. Whereas with Travis he was and he was always relatable. And we've personable. You'll always remember interviewing COTTAM govern. The one time I did see in locker room was During the rookie minicamp and he was like. Oh yeah it would be the after drafted counter Or Travis Frederick reached out to be but that's the kind of guy that he was so yeah. I think this is going to be devastating drums to avoid leadership in that locker room. And Your Doctor. A place that you're just GonNa hope other guys step in different ways. It's kind of fill that void. But Yeah I mean you're you're GonNa Miss Drivers Frederick and a lot of ways and most of those ways around the football field. I agree To go back to entourage whitten's candidate Johnny Drama of the Group. You know like the older guy doesn't have the same common interests as everybody. Whereas Travis Frederick is I I mean I don't Wanna I don't WanNa say anybody because it takes you know you cast a guy an entourage character and that can really that can br break bridges But he's he's my point is Ari but even seed see. That isn't totally fit my analogy because my point was like Travis is one of the boys like he's one of your boys so like him leaving like the daily group has lost. You know one of the boys like Arias not around. All the time are like what Jason Girl was. Mike McCarthy's I mean like checking in every now and then but you know not one of the boys the isn't go on trips to Vegas and you know To can and everything you know so it's it's a little different But I guess and without knowing Travis personally obviously how much do you think twenty eighteen factored into his decision? And that's a weird question but I have to imagine that once he started he had to have been like look. I know I know more prepared for this than the average dude who retired. Because I've kind of already been through exactly right. You know he got a taste of what retirement with look like and for a lot of athletes. That's scary a lot of athletes have such a void because they don't know what to do in time with their don't have the loops of repetition and things to do every day that they're used to doing this structure and that's that's a legitimate fear that a lot of professional athletes have and especially when they retire. That's someone can lead depression. Lead to a bunch of things and I make travis felt like very comfortable life then and realize that that there would be similarities to that. And do what you know to. What would happen if you could retire so I don't think there's any question. Twenty having syndrome factor in a huge way with my last question on all of this isn't really a question as much as it is sort of an existential statement. Which is my favorite thing to talk to you about. I think you mentioned fear. I think this this will depress a Lotta cowboys fans for sure. I mean you know. It's Travis Frederick Fred Beard. I mean there's all this stuff but this is the most clear sort of glaring symbol that the end of an era is maybe beginning right. I mean because for so long mean you say so long like it was twenty years but for so long it was tiring travis and you know they. They even crossed over kind of generations. You know from Romo Demarco in Dez to Dachsie you can now Amari and so now I mean it's my point is I guess it's just it's you know you know. Green Day man. You know like time time passes by like we all gotta graduate. We gotta go after college. You know what I mean like. It's it's depressing very true. It's this was. This was a dominant offensive. Line was led by this guy in both a physical and mental sense without question. And Yeah I think you're absolutely right and this is where you you go to. This is why quarterbacks get paid all the money that they get paid. Because you're not going to have the continuity that you'd like to have year in and year out we can and we go out to your quarterback hassle the level of play to overcome for a guy. That's not great at center or injuries at wide receiver. Whatever might be like. That's Dak we see. This is not a knock on deck. I'm not saying I'm just saying. This is leading pay. Quarterbacks forty million dollars a year they should they should help them overcome the loss of somebody travis. Right that's a great point Do you and I said last question I do this. My last one in any way does if I know that you're already because you have a brain at ten at attend we need to pay back Prescott type mentality. Does this at all make you more and see a bat like like man? You GotTa get it done now. Travis Fredericks gone. I mean maybe if you're coming from a leadership angle whatever the case may be but do you feel even more convicted about then. You did Monday afternoon before this news jobs. I think I think the difference in in in the contract situation is it's more about the CBA in the new television. Money's GonNa mean so I think like there's a lot of interesting conversation to be in terms of why there's a whole with long term deal and that is the deck wants a short term deal because you can cash again with the southern cat basically doubles and the next three or four years and the cowboys. WanNa WanNa have him locked up then and then he'll be a cheap quarterback again so I think like what's put back to the side and say it'd be nicer if the cowboys had locked up because they have more flexibility to to to move within the confines the salary cap but I also understand what the cowboys you're dealing with behind the scenes in terms of you know doc wants to have is to get you know forty you know thirty five or forty million a year for the next You know that's three years and then and then double money getting cash it again so I I think. Short answer is no because he's going to be the quarterback next year and this is a big year for him to obviously show that he's worth the money that he's worth but also understand where the cowboys are are reluctant to to give into this long term extension. So it really helps that. He thought back next year period. You know well we hope you and your family are well in this time. Certainly thinking of everybody in wanting the best and hoping the best for you. Do you have any recommendations on anything to Binge Watch on that selects your deep synchronous. I'm expecting something here. Westworld it's It's the motivating show that I've no idea what's going on and I. I have the most vivid memory of you in David. Chancellor who is Soulmates by the best way I could put it And you guys talking about. I think it was Kathy Bates. Or WHO's the WHO's the mom in Mrs Doubtfire is that am I getting that woman? Selfie Hill Yeah. It was not in that show at one point now. That's the way you answered. I don't want to. I've never seen the show so I don't WanNa ruin it for anybody or myself or anything but I remember a very specific conversation that U. N. Chance had about sally fields and Westworld. Yeah I think she wasn't. It wasn't Westworld anyways. It's a really good show that I've no idea what's going on I. I really am not out of that movie show. But it's I'd say brother I view and I want you and your your wife to be inches of safe and happy. Healthy to buddy appreciate a man. We'll talk to you soon. Thanks for chatting with us on all things Travis. Frederick and we'll talk to you soon enough really appreciate you. Taking the time to join is one of the best in the business. Again on twitter at Ari Sports. That is sports. Go subscribe to his Youtube Channel. He does a lot of great videos. He kind of gives you sort of a recap of where things stand with cowboys. He's again one of the very best. And so is Travis Frederick Man. It is so surreal to think that he is done in the national football league and I know that we were sort of prepared for this. I know that's a weird way to put it but we've already seen the DALLAS COWBOYS. Play football without travis rhetoric in recent memory. So it's not a hundred percent jarring but you know it really is. Actually I mean the fact you know. Jason Witten was drafted ten years before Chavez. Frederick and still at Travis Frederick has called it a career just Just amazing so well remember that tomorrow on Wednesday's episode of the show. We have Dallas Cowboys linebacker. Luke Gifford joining the show. We had a great conversation. I talked about a lot of things. Obviously did. Not Know About Travis Frederick when all this happened but It's a conversation I think greatly going to enjoy and speaking of enjoying. I hope you enjoy your Tuesday. I hope you have the absolute best Tuesday of all time. Greatest Tuesday ever. You know why because you serve. 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