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"tom patrick" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:41 min | 3 weeks ago

"tom patrick" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"They'll all kind of turn around when you ask them about 2024 and they'll lean in and they'll say, but what about Michelle Obama? You see, Michelle Obama seems to be the ex factor. We're told she's the most popular person in America. Before I welcome the film's mastermind, someone I've known for quite a while and we had a phenomenal mutual friend Tom Patrick, May he rest in peace. I want to play cut two 14. Michelle Obama is the most popular woman in America. You know I hate politics. You can forget about the disclaimer. I'm convinced that Michelle Obama is running for president in 2024. Systemic racism pepper spray and rubber bullets on peaceful protesters. She's following the exact same formula that Barack did to become president. Michelle was the keynote speaker at the 2020 Democrat convention, just like Barack was in 2004. Iraq once ran a voter registration organization. Now, so does Michelle. That's how we change America. Salem now dot com. You guys can watch the movie Michelle Obama 2024 with us right now. Is the man behind the film? Joe Gilbert, Joel, good to see you again. Great to be here. Thank you, Charlie. So Joel, I'll give you the floor and then I'm gonna play some devil's advocate and we'll have some fun with it. Why'd you make the film and why do you think Michelle is running in 2024? Well, as you showed in the trailer just now, I think she's following the exact same formula that Barack did to become president of Barack had this voter registration organization. We started in politics called project vote, Michelle started when we all vote, which she was here a few weeks ago in Los Angeles, gave a one hour fiery speech hitting every Democrat talking point. She was the keynote speaker at the 2020 Democrat convention. It's like Barack was in 2004 for John Kerry. That's the slot that they give to the person they think will probably be the nominee. At the next convention, and of course, Barack wrote his book dreams from my father that he based his candidacy on his personal story and Michelle wrote becoming her memoir in 2018. She's still on a book tour for that. So I think she's really following in his footsteps. And as you mentioned, she is the most popular person on the planet. And she is a very political person. Her disclaimer that she's used for years is, you know, I hate politics, but all politicians hate politics. They just love the power and they love the agenda that they can put forth. So I became convinced that she's running and I made both a film, which as you said is on sale now dot com. And a book version, which you can get on Amazon.com. So I agree with all of that, but she says, look, you mentioned, I hate politics and that I like living in Martha's Vineyard and everyone's so nasty and I'm gonna do this in real time, but didn't she have to take like a mental health break or something? Joel, that she had to take, yeah. CNN Michelle Obama opens up about mental health struggles during COVID pandemic that she needs to calm down and she has tools to cope with depression. What are your, I mean, she's a victim, right? I mean, she's not going to run for president. She's a celebrity. But Michelle, as I go into in the film in the book, I go into her whole life history that she's been in politics since she was 6 years old, tagging along with her father, who was a precinct captain for the Democratic Party machine in Chicago. She is all politics all the time. She went so over the top. People don't all remember, but in 2007, 8, she was so political every night giving these speeches to sold out huge crowds. She went over the top. She said for the first time in my life, I'm proud of my country. And that's when they had to reel her back in, and they said, look, Michelle, you hate politics, and you just want to be the mom in chief. And so they kind of made this new space for her to tone it down a little bit that she was so political. So I think she's been emerging the last few years like that appearance that you mentioned. It's just her way of relating to people of saying, hey, I'm just like you and I have these same problems. She's reaching out to the crowd of women and working mothers that Hillary supporting crowd, The Oprah crowd. She's constantly working them both with her book and in her appearances. Anyone I just challenge everyone look at her Twitter account and tell me she's not running for president. So I want to play well, here's what we do know almost for a certain that Joe Biden is not running..

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"tom patrick" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:20 min | 3 weeks ago

"tom patrick" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"So I have to tell you the people I really trust for political analysis. They'll all kind of turn around when you ask them about 2024 and they'll lean in and they'll say, but what about Michelle Obama? You see, Michelle Obama seems to be the ex factor. We're told she's the most popular person in America. Before I welcome the film's mastermind, someone I've known for quite a while and we had a phenomenal mutual friend Tom Patrick, May he rest in peace. I want to play cut two 14. Michelle Obama is the most popular woman in America. You know I hate politics. You can forget about the disclaimer. I'm convinced that Michelle Obama is running for president in 2024. Systemic racism pepper spray and rubber bullets on peaceful protesters. She's following the exact same formula that Barack did to become president. Michelle was the keynote speaker at the 2020 Democrat convention, just like Barack was in 2004. Iraq once ran a voter registration organization. Now, so does Michelle. That's how we change America. Salem now dot com. You guys can watch the movie Michelle Obama 2024 with us right now. Is the man behind the film? Joe Gilbert, Joel, good to see you again. Great to be here. Thank you, Charlie. So Joel, I'll give you the floor and then I'm gonna play some devil's advocate and we'll have some fun with it. Why'd you make the film and why do you think Michelle is running in 2024? Well, as you showed in the trailer just now, I think she's following the exact same formula that Barack did to become president of Barack had this voter registration organization. We started in politics called project vote, Michelle started when we all vote, which she was here a few weeks ago in Los Angeles, gave a one hour fiery speech hitting every Democrat talking point. She was the keynote speaker at the 2020 Democrat convention. It's like Barack was in 2004 for John Kerry. That's the slot that they give to the person they think will probably be the nominee. At the next convention, and of course, Barack wrote his book dreams from my father that he based his candidacy on his personal story and Michelle wrote becoming her memoir in 2018. She's still on a book tour for that. So I think she's really following in his

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Michelle Obama 2024? Joel Gilbert and Charlie Discuss

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:20 min | 3 weeks ago

Michelle Obama 2024? Joel Gilbert and Charlie Discuss

"So I have to tell you the people I really trust for political analysis. They'll all kind of turn around when you ask them about 2024 and they'll lean in and they'll say, but what about Michelle Obama? You see, Michelle Obama seems to be the ex factor. We're told she's the most popular person in America. Before I welcome the film's mastermind, someone I've known for quite a while and we had a phenomenal mutual friend Tom Patrick, May he rest in peace. I want to play cut two 14. Michelle Obama is the most popular woman in America. You know I hate politics. You can forget about the disclaimer. I'm convinced that Michelle Obama is running for president in 2024. Systemic racism pepper spray and rubber bullets on peaceful protesters. She's following the exact same formula that Barack did to become president. Michelle was the keynote speaker at the 2020 Democrat convention, just like Barack was in 2004. Iraq once ran a voter registration organization. Now, so does Michelle. That's how we change America. Salem now dot com. You guys can watch the movie Michelle Obama 2024 with us right now. Is the man behind the film? Joe Gilbert, Joel, good to see you again. Great to be here. Thank you, Charlie. So Joel, I'll give you the floor and then I'm gonna play some devil's advocate and we'll have some fun with it. Why'd you make the film and why do you think Michelle is running in 2024? Well, as you showed in the trailer just now, I think she's following the exact same formula that Barack did to become president of Barack had this voter registration organization. We started in politics called project vote, Michelle started when we all vote, which she was here a few weeks ago in Los Angeles, gave a one hour fiery speech hitting every Democrat talking point. She was the keynote speaker at the 2020 Democrat convention. It's like Barack was in 2004 for John Kerry. That's the slot that they give to the person they think will probably be the nominee. At the next convention, and of course, Barack wrote his book dreams from my father that he based his candidacy on his personal story and Michelle wrote becoming her memoir in 2018. She's still on a book tour for that. So I think she's really following in his

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"tom patrick" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

06:33 min | 2 months ago

"tom patrick" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Just getting started. We have our student action summit coming up and the end of July. We have our pastor summit coming up in August. We have our trainings coming up and we're hiring so many new people. We have our TPUSA high school division that is launching in August, pretty amazing. We have our high school and we have our college division that are going to be owned separate tracks, TPUSA, faith is growing very quickly and we're so thankful for that. Our media team is just incredible. As I mentioned, our student action summit brought to you by turning point action two of the speakers. We have president Trump speaking around desantis speaking, and then for the remainder of the programming brought to you by turning point USA, we have Kayleigh McEnany, Josh hawley, Ted Cruz, Greg gutfeld, Donald Trump Jr., Jesse waters, the biggest names in the whole movement will be there at the student action summit. And we are growing like crazy. It's just really, it's just really incredible. So thank you for getting behind us and ten years. As we said yesterday, we celebrated our ten year anniversary with some of our board members and top donors and staff members yesterday. It's one thing to survive as an organization. That is very rare. In fact, most organizations and companies fail a vast majority of startups do not make it. It's another thing to just kind of make it and have some moderate growth and success. That's still great. Not failing is a success, actually. It's another thing to be above average and to be a good organization and kind of just flourish. It's another thing to kind of look around and you say, wow. We've become an exceptional organization. I don't say that lightly. It's not because of me, trust me, it's because of our staff, because of our team, it's because of our students, because of our message, that special. It really is. And to just see the chapter growth that we have, the events itself, I mean, it's just unbelievable. The daily impact on digital social media, we have a mission. We believe that we want to pass down American values from one generation to the next. And then it's not going to, it's not going to happen by itself. We have to educate young people on why is this country so exceptional to defend our history. To get them excited about America again, to get them compelled towards action. To rise citizens to be able to boldly take action against tyranny in any form, to be able to restore our republic. That's our mission statement at turning point USA is that we operate with this sense of urgency. Because we feel as if we are running out of time, we play offense with a sense of urgency. And so we're very thankful for all of you and thankful to our students and thankful for the last ten years and Bill Montgomery to foster freeze to Tom Patrick to Jack roser to Peter hey zinga to Mike Miller. To those of you that remain that want to remain anonymous because we live in a tricky world. Especially our Chicago Friends listening. Thank you. It's just been, it's been awesome. And I said this yesterday as we were commemorating the ten years. I said, you know, some things have changed and we have changed our staff and some have remained the same, but you change things, right? Our logos actually remain the same. God bless Paul romanowski for his incredible his incredible work on that. But you know what hasn't changed? Is that our mission and our vision have remained the same? For ten years. That our mission we started and we felt our country was heading in the wrong direction and that students getting engaged and getting involved and being properly educated and properly informed was going to be a long-term solution. We believed back ten years ago that there was generational theft occurring that young people were being plundered by debts and deficits and by bad policies by centralized government, that young people were not properly being taught their history, that they need to get engaged and involved and active and we have the exact same mission today. That's awesome. It's just amazing. And look, there were many times throughout the last ten years that very well would have been easy to give up. And, you know, a lot of, you know, whether it be at the virus time when we very well could have kind of shuttered our operations when the China virus came or when it was difficult to make payroll and when it was difficult to keep going, but we have a team of entrepreneurs here at turning point USA. And ten years of success is awesome, but I could tell you this, that the next ten years is really where the rubber is going to hit the road and where the success is going to happen. For ten years now, I think we have now just been building the foundation that will now allow us to grow exponentially. And we have so many new programs. We actually have a really big announcement tomorrow that I'm going to share with you that is very, very exciting that it's going to be a whole new endeavor for turning point USA and our educational let's say projects that we do. I can't wait to share it with you and it's going to be happening tomorrow, which is super exciting. But I just want to come at a position of gratitude. I really, really I'm just so thankful. I am. I'm thankfully part of this. I'm thankful to be leading part of this movement, but any of you that have been by our offices are seeing what we do on college campuses, see what we do on high school campuses, you know at a fundamental level that this is bigger than just one person, this is a movement that is capturing the imagination of how America to get back to really where we need to be. Get back to a strong and proud nation of thankful nation that understands our history understands where we've been that is willing to act and willing to do what is necessary. So all of you should be celebrating with us together because you've all played a role in that. Listeners to our podcast, listener to our radio show. Again, a 100,000 donors. You know, we've added 15,000 new donors in the last week and a half, 15,000 new donors. So 15% of all of our donors have been added in the last week and a half. And so thank you and now it's time to get to work. I want to also make sure you check out our podcast we've done the last three days. We had an incredible conversation with Matt Walsh, where he asked the question, what is a woman in front of our 2500 young conservative women? We felt the best two people to talk about what is a woman were two cisgendered white males in front of 2500 young conservative women. We had a conversation with someone who is a woman and is a mother and is just terrific, Candace Owens, that's also on our podcast feed and also Kyle rittenhouse. All three episodes are.

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"tom patrick" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:47 min | 6 months ago

"tom patrick" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"One year ago today, the great Rush Limbaugh went to heaven. He was special. I'll tell you what. All the times driving all across the country, it was a tradition. When I was first getting turning point USA started, I would rent cars, you know, I couldn't rent a car until I was like 22 or 23 or whatever. And I'd always be going to meetings. And I'd try to schedule my meeting so I could be in the car during rush. And so you'd Google Los Angeles, Russia affiliate. And I'd be driving from I don't know, Santa Barbara or Oxnard to Orange County. And I'd be making calls in between, but right there on the radio was rush. No matter where I was in the country I could always get my rush and so then my great friend Tom Patrick May he rest in peace. He was so special. He really got me on to rush when rush I think was at his best rush was at his absolute best. In my personal opinion, not that he was ever bad, but just when I think he was just hitting home run after home run during 2016, 17 and 18, those were the three years where rush was most needed when it was the Christine balls a Ford stuff. The Russia gate stuff and the Trump stuff in 16 rush was spectacular. He kept people at ease about Trump, he kept people at ease about the whole thing. He was he was just so special. I could go on about my stories. I got to know him personally. And he was a friend. With the permission of his family one day, I am going to release all my emails with rush. And I think that would be a real special thing. I'm going to make sure I'm going to get Catherine's approval on that. But my emails with rush I think are special. He would email me back in the middle of the show. The doctor of democracy, and he did it all with half of his brain tied behind his back. Just to make it fair. If we could have one 100th of the impact of rush, I will have lived a full life. The small story here, and then I just think is delightful and delicious. And this is a story that rush would spend a whole hour on. This type of a story, right? He loved his eternal battle with the media. So there is this fake kind of social media campaign saying that turning point USA is a white nationalist hate group. Which of course is false, we know its false, and so we got reached out to by this individual, Caleb McCullough, a nice enough guy, from PolitiFact, that was like, hey, I'm in charge of this story. And we have the meter or is it true or is it untrue? Or is it half true? Or is it false of whether or not turning point USA is a white nationalist? Hate group. And great kind of compliment to our PR team and everyone behind that. And we played ball and we sent them the information that no, not only not a white nationalist hate group or the opposite of that. We believe that stereotyping based on race is evil. And we sent them all the evidence of all that, and coming out today political PolitiFact. The claim that turning point USA is a white nationalist hate group is false. If your time is short, quote, turning point USA, a conservative activist group operating largely in college and high school campuses is setting up chapters in Iowa high schools, raising concern among parents who oppose the group's right-wing approach to policy, then its criticism of progressive programs, dealing with racial matters. Some on Twitter have accused turning point USA of being a white nationalist hate group. However, according to PolitiFact and there never run. But they're right on this one. I'm being sarcastic. Of course, scholars who study white nationalism and even the group's critics say calling turning point USA a white nationalist group goes too far. And that's right. It does go too far. We are not a white nationalist group. We don't believe in ethno nationalism. We believe in the promise of the constitution. We believe in the promise of Frederick Douglas we don't want to judge people based on the color of their skin, we think it's disgusting and reprehensible. Thank you so much for listening, everybody, email us your thoughts as always freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. If you want to support our show, go to Charlie Kirk, dot com slash support. And if you want to get involved with turning point USA, go to TP, USA dot com. Thank you so much for listening everybody. God bless. For more, on many of these stories and news you can trust. Go to Charlie Kirk dot com..

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Remembering Rush Limbaugh One Year After His Death

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:40 min | 6 months ago

Remembering Rush Limbaugh One Year After His Death

"The great Rush Limbaugh went to heaven. He was special. I'll tell you what. All the times driving all across the country, it was a tradition. When I was first getting turning point USA started, I would rent cars, you know, I couldn't rent a car until I was like 22 or 23 or whatever. And I'd always be going to meetings. And I'd try to schedule my meeting so I could be in the car during rush. And so you'd Google Los Angeles, Russia affiliate. And I'd be driving from I don't know, Santa Barbara or Oxnard to Orange County. And I'd be making calls in between, but right there on the radio was rush. No matter where I was in the country I could always get my rush and so then my great friend Tom Patrick May he rest in peace. He was so special. He really got me on to rush when rush I think was at his best rush was at his absolute best. In my personal opinion, not that he was ever bad, but just when I think he was just hitting home run after home run during 2016, 17 and 18, those were the three years where rush was most needed when it was the Christine balls a Ford stuff. The Russia gate stuff and the Trump stuff in 16 rush was spectacular. He kept people at ease about Trump, he kept people at ease about the whole thing. He was he was just so special. I could go on about my stories. I got to know him personally. And he was a friend.

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"tom patrick" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

06:43 min | 8 months ago

"tom patrick" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Hey everybody, welcome to this episode of the Charlie Kirk show with us is one of the most amazing people in Washington, D.C.. He's a fighter and I'm just gonna tell you his new book right off the bat, you should go buy it. Do what you said you would do, fighting for freedom in the swamp by congressman Jim Jordan. What a concept doing what you said you were going to do. We've known each other for many years and he's a buck guy and we had a great mutual friend Tom Patrick. Jim, welcome to the Charlie cursor. Tyler get to be with you. Thank you for thank you for what you do. Fighting for freedom fighting for those important concepts and doing what Americans want you to do. So we appreciate that. But yeah, and you talk about the title of our book. No one did more what they said they would do than our good friend and the greatest president, president Trump. And so I write a lot about him in the book, some of the interactions we had, but I think your viewers will enjoy it. It's a quick read and takes them behind the scene so they can kind of feel what it's like here in Congress. Well, so there's a lot of different places I want to go with. Let's start with just the book, and so the title is really important. Do what you said we would do. The biggest complaint I get from voters is the fact Republicans go to D.C. and we win elections, but then they become somebody totally different in committee and especially on votes and it's as if they tell their voters what they want to hear and then they don't actually do what they say they're going to do. Why is that the case? Yeah. Well, a couple things. You're exactly right. That phenomenon does happen. I think all too often, my attitude is we make this job too complicated. What did you tell the voters you were going to do? When you put your name on the ballot, and you went out and campaigned if they elect you, you should probably just don't do what they elected you to do, do what you do what you said you would do. So but the real reason that people don't do that, I think, is because it's just easier. You get here and the mainstream press comes after yeah. The bureaux comes after you, the establishment, the swamp, the pickle, that return you want. It just easier to keep your head down and not have to face the mainstream press saying bad things about your line about you. So that's what normally happens, but on my attitude is look, I tell this to guys in the freedom caucus that tell to my colleagues, if the mainstream press is in saying something bad about you, you're probably not doing anything any good. So just get used to that and understand that's what it's gonna be like if you're actually gonna fight for the things that make America the greatest country ever. Well, I mean, I agree with that it's just there's a disconnect between the voters and actually what's gets done. I think that that kind of disconnect is actually shortening. I think it's getting better because the people like you, president Trump and many others, I mean, we've come a long way since John Boehner. Let's just put it that way. And, you know, you're from Ohio. So you know, all about that whole operation. But he almost declared war on the conservative wing of the Republican Party, and it seems as if there is a greater platform for conservatives now. So let's talk about what will happen if Republicans take back the House of Representatives, which it looks like that is almost imminent. First talk about that. How do you feel going into the midterms that I want to ask you about what can actually be done? Let's start there. No, I feel good. I mean, look, you never want to be overconfident, and my background is in sports and sport of wrestling. So you never want to never want to get over confident. But you do want to be confident you don't want to campaign confidently. I feel good about it. I think Virginia was a great sign. I mean, I've seen lots of encouraging signs. What happened in Virginia when started with moms and dad speaking out and the next thing you know, Glenn is going to be the next governor. What happened with 12 jurors in Kenosha, Wisconsin, where they said we're going to follow the facts we're going to follow the truth. We're going to honor due process. So I always say courage is contagious. I think the American people feel what's coming. And frankly, Joe Biden and the Democrats have been just they haven't done anything right. So I think we're going to win if we win. The second part of your question, Charlie, if we win, it's going to be tough to pass anything because Joe Biden will still be in The White House. But I do think we can do our constitutional obligation, which is the proper oversight, do the kind of investigations that need to happen in every single committee. I mean, think about the ways and means committee should try to figure out how did thousands of Americans tax returns become public. The oversight and judiciary committee we should be working together to figure out all the whole Doctor Fauci gain of function, lab leak theory, everything else. We should be looking at the Department of Justice, which is sick. The FBI counter terrorism division on moms and dad. So there's lots of investigations where we need to get the truth to the American people. So I think we'll see a lot of focus there and appropriately so if in fact, we win and take back the House and the Senate. Well, I'm pleased to hear that because, you know, we've been saying on our show that the mandate needs to be that we're going to take back the house and it's not going to happen in one election cycle. We still have, you know, the regime in The White House. We're going to find out where this virus came from. We're going to find out why we gave $85 billion to the Taliban. We're going to find out why the Department of Justice went after James O'Keefe in a early morning for a diary, right? And I think what we're getting at congressman is that the American people want answers. Because the system our founders gave us, as you know, is so brilliant, but oversight has been so lacking of these federal bureaucracies and these agencies. Can you talk a little bit about kind of what it's been like under Pelosi's regime, especially the last couple of years, you've been in Congress now under Republican control Democrat control. You guys don't even get to say anything in some of these committee meetings. Is that right? Yeah, I mean, I like the way you said what Americans want. I'm so true. Americans want safe cities Americans want affordable gas Americans want freedom, Democrats have given us increased crime. They've given us record inflation, and they've given us Doctor Fauci, right? So Americans and you think about all the bad policies what scares me more than anything is when you think about freedom what's a Democrats have done in the last year to the First Amendment to the most basic liberties we had the very person in the Bill of Rights of the constitution. So I'm really nervous about that. And that's something we have to highlight. If we take back the house, lord will and I'll be chairman of the judiciary committee. That's the committee that's supposed to focus on protecting the constitution, protecting your fundamental liberties. And that's what we're going to do in addition to those investigations. So I think that's the key in your right. Speaker Pelosi has kicked people off a committee. So you didn't allow the minority leader to put people on this select committee that's January 6th, this completely political political operation they've got over there. It's unprecedented action she has taken. So I think the American people see it for what it's roll what it is. And that's why we're going to win, I.

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'Do What You Said You Would Do' With Congressman Jim Jordan

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:18 min | 8 months ago

'Do What You Said You Would Do' With Congressman Jim Jordan

"Show with us is one of the most amazing people in Washington, D.C.. He's a fighter and I'm just gonna tell you his new book right off the bat, you should go buy it. Do what you said you would do, fighting for freedom in the swamp by congressman Jim Jordan. What a concept doing what you said you were going to do. We've known each other for many years and he's a buck guy and we had a great mutual friend Tom Patrick. Jim, welcome to the Charlie cursor. Tyler get to be with you. Thank you for thank you for what you do. Fighting for freedom fighting for those important concepts and doing what Americans want you to do. So we appreciate that. But yeah, and you talk about the title of our book. No one did more what they said they would do than our good friend and the greatest president, president Trump. And so I write a lot about him in the book, some of the interactions we had, but I think your viewers will enjoy it. It's a quick read and takes them behind the scene so they can kind of feel what it's like here in Congress. Well, so there's a lot of different places I want to go with. Let's start with just the book, and so the title is really important. Do what you said we would do. The biggest complaint I get from voters is the fact Republicans go to D.C. and we win elections, but then they become somebody totally different in committee and especially on votes and it's as if they tell their voters what they want to hear and then they don't actually do what they say they're going to do. Why is that the case? Yeah. Well, a couple things. You're exactly right. That phenomenon does happen. I think all too often, my attitude is we make this job too complicated. What did you tell the voters you were going to do? When you put your name on the ballot, and you went out and campaigned if they elect you, you should probably just don't do what they elected you to do, do what you do what you said you would do. So but the real reason that people don't do that, I think, is because it's just easier. You get here and the mainstream press comes after yeah. The bureaux comes after you, the establishment, the swamp, the pickle, that return you want. It just easier to keep your head down and not have to face the mainstream press saying bad things about your line about you. So that's what normally happens, but on my attitude is look, I tell this to guys in the freedom caucus that tell to my colleagues, if the mainstream press is in saying something bad about you, you're probably not doing anything any good. So just get used to that and understand that's what it's gonna be like if you're actually gonna fight for the things that make America the greatest country

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"tom patrick" Discussed on AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

02:28 min | 10 months ago

"tom patrick" Discussed on AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

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"tom patrick" Discussed on AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

02:40 min | 11 months ago

"tom patrick" Discussed on AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

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"tom patrick" Discussed on AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

02:28 min | 11 months ago

"tom patrick" Discussed on AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

"The pumpkins are in the patch. And our friends at manscaping here to make sure you don't carve your pants pumpkins when you grooming. If you know what. I'm saying make sure you're keeping things fresh fall with the leaders and male grooming in their brand new fourth-generation performance package boys get ready for a cuffing season like no other ready to take the leap into fall. Manscaping joined the two million men worldwide using landscape by going to manscaping dot com for twenty percent off plus free shipping with the code ax to grind. Spell it out. So tom patrick. I don't know if i've ever told you the story but There was a time not long ago. When i was you know getting down to the business cleaning things up. Sure in things went wrong much like a new york hardcore song. Although that has thankfully changed now that i've started using manscaping well that would make sense because their fourth generation trimmer features cutting edge ceramic blade to reduce grooming accidents..

"tom patrick" Discussed on AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

02:29 min | 11 months ago

"tom patrick" Discussed on AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

"The patch in our friends at manscaping to here to make sure you don't carve your pants pumpkins when you grooming if you know what i'm saying make sure you're keeping things fresh fall with the leaders in male grooming in their brand new fourth-generation performance package boys get ready for a cuffing season like no other ready to take the leap into fall. Landscaped joined the two million men worldwide using landscape by going to manscaping dot com for twenty percent off plus free shipping with the code ax to grind. Spell it out. So tom patrick. I don't know if i've ever told you the story. But there was a time not long ago when i was you know getting down to the business cleaning things up. Sure in things went wrong much like a new york hardcore song. We all know that has thankfully changed. Now that i've started using manscaping well that makes because of their fourth generation trimmer features cutting edge ceramic blade to reduce grooming accidents. Thanks to the advance skin safe technology. It also gives you the ability to turn the four thousand.

"tom patrick" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

The Sean Salisbury Show

04:30 min | 11 months ago

"tom patrick" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

"Visit former for you at former first victim me. It's like once your first round pick. You're not form you're always. I always. I always going to be the first first round pick. I remember keeping an eye on there. You go understands all of it and former houston astro and once again once. You're former always astro. Look at marlin. good. I'll ask if you homer to get his home base exactly right and we always get brian before it gets to the office. And that's a good thing before it gets there and makes all those millions he's making at the office it'd be home runs you hit with the astros town. Yeah is that how about this. What was the homerun derby. How did you hitting the homerun. Derby few years ago. Fifty more than more than i hit my career. Hey what ballpark. Didn't you plan that you'd love to yankee stadium. And and old yankee stadium obviously right. Yeah yeah like. I think that is you know one history there and i mean it's always cool when you go out on field then you think about the other people that stood in those exact same spots as you and we're sort of in the same situation that that was what i wish i would have had a chance to play. Yeah and i'm trying to think now. How old is comerica park. Two dozen three he. Yeah he wasn't around for. That's what i'm saying. He wouldn't have been around for old yankees old tiger stadium. But i was gonna say because you're young would not have been fun to go from the left side like you and hit one up in that in that upper tank in right field at tiger stadium that have been pretty cool right. Wouldn't you love those old stadiums with the upper deck in the outfield and the robot. I grew up i have. I grabbed on the white sox game. I have vague memories of the old comiskey park which was built sort of similar similarly tiger stadium. So yeah i love the the overhang in the outflow. Yeah and your old school. Like tichitt risk to richie's signs. Ron karkeh vice year old school to the point. Where you saw ron kittle. Go roof to left field right up on a roof. Ron kittle and tom patrick. Yeah we can reminisce about those old days. I i liked as my memories of the white sox. Start with the ron kittle. Evonne calderon day. Oh gee place either ivanka. Now you're not allowed ritchie hefner when the astros play them in the lds. You're going to. You're going to have to go against your childhood. Tendencies yvonne calderon..

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"tom patrick" Discussed on AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"tom patrick" Discussed on AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

"Yes rain interested. Yes it's the lp. Right is television seven. Yes so yeah. So it's the seven inch the one thousand nine hundred demos and live set from cb's yes and it comes with a twelve inch booklet of just like old pictures and old flyers and it's it's worth it just for the booklet even if you own you know that the seven inch ten times over it's worth buying twelve inch just fairly the additional staff and just kind of hearing the story and like like from this. I i found out that tommy. Victor from prong was in the earliest version of antidote. I didn't know that i didn't know that either. Yeah no. I actually didn't know that either. It's super cool and like it's all like the like the discount store not too. Yeah and there's all pictures and stuff that you like they haven't seen before it's totally totally worth picking up. Yeah and it's one of the best workers have ever. You can go rhino question and honestly you could pick that up or you can probably by one hundred twenty five of them or by just the seven inch original Sure so you could pay twenty dollars for this or twenty five hundred dollars for the usual senate good morning and you get more stuff so i mean it seems like it's just a value based this is bigger larger larger. It's just beggar on your show. Note seven inch. It's basically perfect. In radio. Raheem radio renewed such ship awesome. Yeah they always put time energy. And like i don't think i've seen better reissues in the punk hardcore period. No they have. I mean if we're just gonna talk about radio raheem they also have the united mutation reissue. They're what's i bought that not only a vinyl but i also did the old guy purchase on band camp because my phone and i mean that stuff that i've been a fan of that record the you know i bought a bootleg cd of ninety eight and i. It was a whole bunch of stuff. I hadn't heard before and they have a pristine layout in this great district. Yeah if you have not heard you know you tation. Please check this out dark self image. Another one of the radio henry issues. And if you haven't checked it live. Ally has copies and not everywhere else does so now check it out dot com boom boom next up death. Inc guys bongo. You know who else has a really good district death death-wish struggle so go to death. dot com. And you know what i'm going to tell you to check out i've already shouted out the convulse records candy apple sweet dreams violence twelve inch like that a lot they it. I wanna shout out the razor blades in aspirin. Zine which they have been. I believe i believe it's the newest issue number. Twelve just got a huge feature on culver. The legendary l. a. hardcore punk photographer eliot. Like i pretty sure you see some images in there that you will see elsewhere You have a feature by ola from quality control records one of my favorite labels from the uk one of the best labels in the world right now in a lot more. This is done by thorne guy who's been doing jeans and photography were longtime in. It's sort of like what what concerns grow and evolve into in this new world that we have where publishing isn't just like to be honest. This is a glossy eight and a half by eleven. Full color zine that he soup-to-nuts does and i. I'm still like yo. It's cool when a kid makes it much a photocopy since statements together but then you see. This is incredible so hats off to this. I think it's one of the coolest scenes going and And you can get. The death was destroyed. Rhino shouted scenes shadow designs. and also. let's let's keep it classic I wanted to ask tom patrick. You guys are resident. Converged fan fronts. Sure the classic jane doe design which is just the jane doe face short big on shirt now available three options. Well there's four options. I'm gonna give you four. One is the premium asphalt t shirt so asphalt. That dark concert gray we call it so it looks like faded black t-shirt. Okay then three tank top options. You have the spider black down. Sold out of the black tank. Top or the white tank top where the image is inverted. Which one are you guys picking individual. I'm going asphalt. I'm not a tank top guy. Patrick i got these guns one of tanked-up let's get you in that i've been tied looked but that one sold out so they will have to wait for the re- Otherwise i'm going to get you the black tank top. Okay pat you wear tank tops. Like i don't know if i've ever seen you wear a tank top like jersey. But it's rare that i do at sankt up. He will wear a tank top. But it's been a while. I picked you like playing like shoeless wearing like i'll pants and a tank top like that. You found somewhere. It's not far off. I straight up. I don't care how. I look anymore close in terms of clothes i could not give a goddamn like when came home with the fucking the race car driver suit still smell the but it's still like what he burned him. It really did. I've got four shirts at this point. And i just whichever one only smells musty not muskie i put on. I do not care. I don't know what that's about. But i'd that's depression. I sure all signs are pointing negatively. Or now maybe i'm free free death wishing dot com go. Support him Spell it out. Yes thanks i have. I only wear the same black t. Shirt comfort colors. Black t. shirt. And as i said today this morning and wear the shirt. Did i wear the same shirt yesterday or not. These like i don't know because i am wearing to clean shirt but you would never know. I wear the same shirt every single day. I have twenty four. How meter actually in rotation six. I have enough shirts last week for the next two years. Screen grabbed plant. So guys how are we doing how we feel tonight feeling great shit your pants through. It was sorry. I'm just trying to keep the thing alive here. I'm just trying to skip everybody motivated. I feel like garbage might stomach feels very heavy. It's full of fake bacon all. I'm glad you haven't lost your sardonic new york edge. No it's hard. It's hard to when you're crouched in the.

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"tom patrick" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"tom patrick" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"I can't wait. I don't know you probably don't recognize the name chorea shula. But he's the father of the The viral tiktok that was denouncing critical race theory. He and his unbelievably cute daughter. came out a couple of days ago. He's gonna be on with us in just a few minutes. Charlie you just said something that we need to take action. What what kind of action are you proposing. And what can the average person do. That's a great question. So at first all starts with the individual and i wanna forget that because being conservatives shouldn't just be a political viewpoint it should be temperament it should be how we handle ourselves and also should be reflecting interaction so for example. Glenn i tried to use rumble dot com way more than i use youtube and i post more than on their and we have more subscribers there and they just got a nice investment from a guy who knows how to pick winners. And i think they're going to do pretty well. And so i just want to encourage your audience that even though you might feel trapped by these big tech companies please go try to find some of these alternative competitors that are trying their best to try to try and build something meaningful in this space in parlors back online thankfully they obviously took a big hit through other big tech companies colluding against on which was just an extraordinary move that almost had cartel like behavior. And i don't use that word lightly that's number one number two glenn. I want to be super careful with how we approach the antitrust conversation and these companies. Because you know i i. I look at facebook's press team and they published this long article recently about how they want more data privacy laws. And i say well hold on a second anytime. Trillion dollar company wants to be regulated. You better believe they wanna use them regulation as a way to protect their incumbent. Incumbency without being a dad there are. I think there are some measures. And i think there are some very smart policy. People that are exploring this that can make it easier for competitors and entrepreneurs and hopefully put a little bit more pressure on these companies legitimate pressure to honor david data privacy data security and then also Freedom of speech. From what. I what we would they would consider dissenting voices that we would just consider them to be. You know everyday americans so charlie. We've only got a couple of minutes. But i want to ask you about the four horsemen of the nineties. That you've been talking about and you say that you grew up in a different conservative movement. Talk about that for a couple of minutes. Yeah and by different. I don't mean bad. I just think. Every moment kind of necessitates a different emphasis on certain ideas and thinkers and right. I started in the tea party movement. Two thousand twelve and two thousand thirteen but going back to the nineteen nineties. There were four consequential Public policy decisions made that i think probably was overshooting. This this idea of international trade pandering to china Getting getting a handout corporatists to to wall street and mass immigration and russell kirk predicted. The he said once the soviet union falls American the american conservative movements gonna have a crisis because they're not gonna know what to do with themselves and so as soon as the soviet union fell in the wall sell passed mass immigration. Which was ted. Kennedy's you know just dream which h. w. bush signed into law We ratified nafta which had some good elements to it but probably was was went too far in that direction. And then you might. You might disagree with glenn but our mutual friend. Tom patrick may he rest in peace. You know who ran merrill lynch At the highest level thought this was a disaster for the american consumer. Which was the repealing of glass steagle. And i think that was. I think that was a mistake. I really do. I think that to a small set of corporatist investment bankers goldman sachs and others. That wanted that done an almost opened up the flood of cheap money that i think actually destroyed appropriate proper incentive structure and then the final one which. I'm sure you'll agree. With was the entrance of china into the world trade organization in two thousand one which was not done correctly it pandered to their needs wants and interests of being able to live under a different set of rules for those four. Decisions happened in ten years and i a lot of the consequences of those decisions have never really been discussed or hashed out. There's been some good consequences. Obviously but i think some negative ones as well. I agree with you. Charlie kirk founder president turning point you can find him at the website t. p. usa dot com. Make sure you sign up. If you're a young woman you want to go to the conference in dallas next week grim all right. 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"tom patrick" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"tom patrick" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Want to send your child to a college, where they'll actually learn the classics of Socrates, Plato and Aristotle, Augusta, Nick Linus Hillsdale College is the place for you Be actually want them to think not just become angry. Ideologues that want to go storm the best deal and become a jack of bin. I gotta tell you. I just sat in on a class boy. How long was that taken hour and a half hour and a half class and it was amazing. The professor at about six people. Around him. There's the last course of their semester and they were actually learning. Talking going to original texts. And in fact It was a very balanced class the beginning of the class, the professor Get his name, I think is Richard gambler. He actually read from a devout atheist. It's a Christian school reading Taxman, devout atheist, giving this writer a fair hearing. And then contrast thing that with writings of Russell Kirk It was very Socratic. People could ask questions, and then they went off of that, and they went in a different directions and I saw firsthand what education should be. I could tell you most colleges across the country that parents send their kids to Nowhere near that so honored to be here in Hillsdale College. Some more. More good things to come from that My heart is heavy today and I wanted to lead the show with some very Awful news in the last couple days. Has come come the fold, which is a dear friend of mine and of turning point, Yusa just passed away Foster freeze! Now this year has been Cough. Last summer, we lost Bill Montgomery, who helped get turning Point USA started was the original mentor. For everything that we have done a turning point. Billy s be a friend of mine from Georgia passed away suddenly. Back in November. Course, Rush Limbaugh passed away back in February. Another dear friend of mine, Tom Patrick passed away. Recently, who was one of our most generous supporters, a turning point USA and was a man who was so clear about the need to think freely about these issues. Now foster freeze. Foster freeze was a larger than life man. Foster freeze was Born and raised in Rice Lake, Wisconsin. With nothing, not a dollar to his name. He ended up being one of the most successful money managers in American history running what was called the Brandywine Fund. Met Foster at the stairwell, the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida in 2012. Basically had to barter my way into the convention. When I was in a stairwell, I saw a man with a cowboy hat that I recognized course it was Foster. Went up to him, and I tried to introduce myself, but he was first introduced himself, and he said, My name is foster freeze. Here's how you'll remember my name. You have Foster's beer and a thing of fries and you add anus. You told me a couple jokes. I will not repeat some of them here on air, but they were always fun, colorful and just slightly politically incorrect. He told me his favorite Bible verse told me about himself and then asked me what I wanted to do with my life. I told him I was trying to get an organization started called Turning point us say that I wanted to educate, inspire, mobilize and organize young people around. Pro American ideas and conservative ideas. He was enthused at this proposition. We talked for quite some time exchange business cards, and he said he'd support me A couple weeks later, he wrote us our first check of $10,000. That was the seed funding. We needed a turning point, you say. To get us where we are now as the largest conservative student organization in the country, one of the largest conservative organizations in the country. We're playing off into the sense of urgency to win America's culture work. Relationship with Foster did not stop there. Foster. I traveled the country with Foster, if not the world in different countries with him. He always had a cheerful, optimistic view of the world. He was adamant about finding common ground. And being civil to one another. Foster freeze had a Hatred of a bridge abbreviations for abbreviation sake. For example, If I were to say that Iran TP USA, you'd say no, no, it's turning point us say otherwise known as T P U. S say he was very specific and how people would communicate for example. If you want. It went out to dinner with foster freeze on Lee. One person was a lot of talk at a time. There was no side conversations allowed. You must have one conversation. Then listen that and then react from it. Foster love telling jokes. He always had his current portfolio of jokes that were rehearsed down to the syllable identically told to all different audiences. And Foster was probably best known for his generosity. Foster freeze made many times a turning point US say our success possible by issuing challenge grants. He famously came up at the Stage at Mar a Lago. One of our events and came up and said, if I will put up $1 million If this room can raise a million dollars, and we multiply that, then the next year, he shocked the audience and said I will put up $5 million if we can raise $5 million, and we did that. Because that then turning point you associate with a higher all the staff we have. Now we're on pace to have 1000 high school chapters across the country. Do our campus tours built to do our massive events be able to be dominant on social media All thanks to foster Foster said that a Day. Well lived is a rep. Our e p. Which means that you have some time for a relationship. You have to exercise and if you're productive Full day I well lived day is including an R E P He gave away more money than any other person I've ever seen last year, Foster freeze earned $87 million in the stock market. And foster freeze gave all of it away. He gave $87 million plus to charity last year. Just because, he said, God has been good to me..

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"tom patrick" Discussed on AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"tom patrick" Discussed on AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

"The hardcore podcast. Patrick i'm bob and tom. Can i ask you guys a question do it. Did you listen to the imo episode. Del i do a solo ad. Read in it How did i do did. Well thank you thank you. It was it went long. But i felt like you know what for for for solo. Read it because they're hard. You wanna keep rambling. Yeah tom patrick did no. But he led into This this new gimmick. We're going to do for this episode perfectly. It's like he like he was Telepathic so thank you professor x working on the mail. He must've hit something. The fumes are mutating is brand really thank you to our sponsors specifically death wish inc and close casket activities today. We're gonna focus on our other two but we're doing it a little different. As patrick mentioned sometimes are reads. Go on y'all stick with us. We appreciate you appreciate our sponsors. We just like to give them their bang for their buck and we also know we kind of try to make it interesting today. We're i am going to try to make it interesting and concise with ad. Read speed run. Oh wow thank you. Tom tom you have the stop watch. I have the stop watch all right. I am going to do the to add reads. Please start it when i say go. Stop stop and we'll just see how long that is. Yes sir all right. Ready set when i'm also not going to speed. Read like the micro machines dude that would be so impressive right there dude. What happened to that guy. I wonder patrick wallet words. I know wall. I'm doing this. Patrick can you please do what you do. Best and find out. What's up with mr micro machines. Absolutely okay ready. Tom go all right. Everybody i want you to go over to run for cover. Records dot com. You're gonna go to the web store. You're going to check out..

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"tom patrick" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"tom patrick" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm mark a worm in this is the world we're co production of GBH, Boston and P R X Coup in South East Asia. Today. The military in Myanmar seize power before dawn, leading politicians were taken from their homes and detained that includes unsung Souci, the Nobel Peace Prize winner. Political party won the national election in November in a landslide, but the general say the vote was fraudulent. The world's Patrick Quinn has been following the situation and joins us from Bangkok. What is the Army's rationale for this code? A. Tom Patrick. Well, it's a tantrum Marco because the military doesn't like the results of a recent election in November. In that election, the military ran their own political party, headed by former officers and they just got smashed. They got very few votes. Which is not shocking because for much of its history, Myanmar has been under totalitarian army rule, and people don't have fond memories of those days. These elections. He's legitimate general elections have only been happening since 2015 And it's all part of this process with the military trying to loosen its grip, saying it would play nice mostly to get sanctions off its back, and I think the military had always hoped that in these elections, it's party would would prove popular, but it hasn't. So now the army is saying, Oh, this election is full of fraud. It's bogus. There's not much evidence to support that. It's similar to what many Republicans in Congress said about the recent US election. Only in Myanmar. The vote. Losers have tanks and weapons and they have succeeded in taking over. Is there evidence for fraud know there's at least not enough evidence that would change the outcome? How did the coup actually unfold? Patrick what started happening in the dark of night really early morning trucks showing up to officials houses, pulling politicians and activists out of their bedrooms and then Phone lines and Internet data have been cut all day or they've been really glitchy. And in and out the country is already kind of shut down. So I think that helped the coup because of covert 19 it shut down. And then today in the Capitol. It's called nippy at all. It's in the middle of nowhere, and all these elected lawmakers were there to form a new government. You know, the new parliament. Resulting from the election in November. So they're all gathered in one place. And it was a really good time to seize power because they were all right there. What does this mean for on sensor chief who was also detained? Well, she's been here before. You know, for much of her life. She was a symbol of democracy, fighting tyranny under house arrest, and so recently when the military did start allowing elections Party has always won in a landslide in the U. S. Has been very happy about that. I think the West was less happy when she started condoning war crimes. I mean these genocidal purges carried out by the army against a Muslim ethnic group, the Rohingya Her images taken a beating in the West because she sided with the military. So she's been a saint and then an enabler of war crimes. But you know, whatever she is, she is the person that voters in Myanmar have chosen. Patrick is this coup just about the November election? I mean, a lot of headlines over recent years in Myanmar have involved the Muslim minority. The Rohingya is, is it all clear how they fit into the general's impulse? Two stages coup? I don't think that the Rohingya were part of the calculation. I think this coup was driven by fear of threats to their military power. And the Rohingya just have not been a threat. They're just in a long line of victims. Thies, other indigenous groups with shine the Currin the Rick kind that kitchen, all these ethnic groups that actually don't make the headlines as much. Have also suffered. And Yeah, I just don't think the Rohingya prompted this The way this fits in is when this when it comes to atrocities against the Rohingya, Aung San Souci and the Army have been on the same page. That was actually one arena in which she was trying to get along with the military. But as you can see, it wasn't enough because she's now on house arrest. How did the public the people of Myanmar how they react to the news of this coup? I don't think we have a full picture because phone lines have been cut and data lines have been cut, and some people have been able to get out their opinions on WiFi. And if you look on social media, all you will see is people sounding very scared, very appalled. There was a run on the banks of people tried to pull out as much money as they could before the banks closed and people were stockpiling rice just because they don't know where this is going to end up on. What about reaction from other countries? Patrick, including the U. S. From the Western countries, lots of condemnation from nearby countries in Southeast Asia who have had their own Ku's most said it's their business. China hasn't said much at all. For the U. S. The Biden administration. There's some baggage here because it was his former boss Barack Obama, who really started engaging with Myanmar's army and got rid of US sanctions and helped open up the country. The White House can come out and say some strong words against the military. They've already done that they have insinuated that there could be stronger measures that could be going back to sanctions against the military chiefs. Where they can have sanctions against the overall economy. But that's really going to hurt the whole population. So the U. S doesn't have very many obviously good options here. The world's Patrick win in Bangkok following the news of a coup data in Myanmar. Thanks very much. Patrick. Thanks Marco. After the attack on the U. S capitol on January 6, many wondered how.

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"tom patrick" Discussed on AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"tom patrick" Discussed on AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

"It's not folks aren't always the most welcoming and he was always sort of like you know he treat you like you're along lost pows every time you saw him and you know. I got to see coming time last play in january of this year. I mean little. There'd be no those last time. I saw value and the last time i got see rich so i mean fuck i mean god if we would have known what that would happen in the ensuing months you know you know we might have acted different or whatever but i just want to say like recipes to him. You know love to his family Love to his bandmates and breakdown and killing time and just like his friends and hardcore. Because like you can't find anybody to really have a bad word. Say about the guy in pumpkin and hardcore. That's pretty fucking rare de anyone who's had any interaction with him like this guy's like the nicest do in the world like us an amazing amazing guy talented super smart really funny and we'll miss of terribly so thank you. Yeah thank you. Tom heard the baselines on the break breakdown. Demo that's him it's fucking so good like so it's more important like you said you painted out You lose a person you know. Yeah of course but boy. I didn't know the man and Just being a fan of breakdown and killing. Tom patrick shares the same. It's it's always a shame when you see people leave especially from a small world like this south i to you know. Be nice to each other treat. You look out for each other is a really fucking hard year next year is not gonna be a walk in the park either so like checking on your friends if just you never know you never know. And there's another one coming guys let's Let's conduct the normal circus like atmosphere. We have Pat pat bannon and an aetna and the song plays in my head more than Twice a week so today. We're doing End of year lists so we're going to talk about the worst end of year. Things that happened Patrick's old band. And that's what this whole exercise is right. Yeah okay so. Let's start with the warm demo. It's bad it's really bad if they did a shirt. This is has to be from the white belt era of patrick which is probably the one. Tom admitted some sort of a year. End list brooklyn vegan right probably and was on above this. Yeah it was like it was like they were desperate to be on three one g. It was a black shirt. That i think they only made in youth medium use large end and what they called youth extra-large which was really small shirt. Pink with that bad font on it. And i don patrick. You remember the shirt. This is hans issue. I can only take so much accountability here. Well you were kind of you know the russia. So we're doing our year end lists.

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"tom patrick" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"tom patrick" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Five two four Tom Patrick Aztec, New Mexico. The show. Part of the place. Five days to people that Trump hiring. They can't keep people back. How can be? Yeah. I mean, it is true that you have a lot of these people who are well respected in any hires people with experience, Don, mcgann's, one example. But I think the reason my theory is this a lot of these people they go through the establishment. They know how to go along to get along. They've worked for other people in the past. They know what works, and they say, well, this is just the way it's done. Obviously, the president is an unconventional guy. When you run for president the way, it's done is you, you know, you come out your dignified. You don't call people names. You don't make any remarks that are gonna make people angry. And you know, you don't go ruffle any feathers Trump broke every rule when he was running for office. Everyone will admit that. Then when he got into office. He did the same thing. And the people around him say, no, no, you can't do that. You can't fire people the Nixon did that. And it was called the Saturday night massacre. The number of references to Nixon with all. These people when Nixon was guilty and Trump is Saint Nick's guilty. I'm not guilty. So I can do whatever I want. I think a lot of these people are stuck in. This is the way it has to be done instead of thinking for themselves. That's what I think it is Patrick. K watch here being there. Well, what if the answer is? Yes. What if the answer's thing is he's saying I want you guys to say, yes because I'm not guilty. So say, yes. To stopping this ridiculous investigation. Say yes to the president is going around saying, I am so not guilty that it's driving me crazy. And you people gotta back me up. That's not a yes, man. That's a guy saying, let's get going. Let's do the work. And they're not doing it. Yeah. I think it's true. They're not doing it. And I think because they're afraid of fire. Well, who you're gonna hire you can only hire he's got guys. Like, there's only so many Rudolph Giuliani's you can surround yourself with. Yeah. Well, I don't know about that guy. But it's interesting. You don't think Giuliani did a good job? What? Every time that they won't over water. I've always known that. If you got a guy that's super Dannatt any promotes guy that no matter what he does the gonna say. Yes. And even Jong is benefit. Nobody. Yeah. Only in most circumstances. It does not. And I don't think that Giuliani was a yes man as much as he was a he was a very chaotic figure. They put them out there. He had his strategy. I think it did work. Thank you for the call though, Patrick Patrick thinks this goes to the president's judgment that he can't surround himself with the best people. And I think that that is a that's that's kind of a first observation that somebody might have unless they look deeper into this. He ended up you know, when you work at the White House. You wanna bring in outsiders, guys, like Bannon, or whatever he brought him in Banda was big ideas guy. He wanted a smash things up. He wanted to break the China cabinet. He wanted to drain the swamp. So Bannon's in there. He's a crazy type, dude. Okay. Then you've got guys like Stephen Miller, Stephen Miller, he wants to do things that have never been done before. We have birthright citizenship in this country. That's just the way it's done. It's just the way we have to say the fourteenth amendment says that if you give birth on US soil, even if you're a Chinese citizen who came here to scam the United States, it has to happen. Steve Miller said no it doesn't. Let's challenge that. So there are people like that that he surrounds himself with. And then they said, okay. You got your Stephen Miller got bandits, but you need to have some guys who know how Washington works. We need to have some Don mcgann's, right? He knows the way that you know, he knows how to deal with these people. The problem is that's not the way you deal with these people anymore. The smash way is the only way because these conventional guys say, oh, no, you can't fight this. You cannot fight.

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