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"two hundred citations" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Maybe just maybe nefarious forces are at work in the bad things that are happening or not happening by accident there actually according to plan where some people are allowing it to happen or causing it to happen because they seek to do us harm. That would be the outside actors. So why would the democrats here allow this to happen. Well it's the collateral damage to accomplishing. What they want to accomplish. For example i mentioned in the last hour. The criminal justice reform. They call it the mayor of houston when when he was about a record number of murders in houston this year after we did this bond reform he referred to be of rebuilding the criminal justice ecosystem. A mother was murdered while she held her baby by her baby daddy who was released after committing several felonies and he was he went from the jail sale directly to kill her. She did nothing wrong. That's rebuilding the criminal justice ecosystem. No that's cruel. Callous crime by the elected officials. Not just the bad guy. So why is crime at an all time high in houston and why has it spiked across the country. Well a couple of things number one. Saint george floyd when he was beatified was Became the spoke became the focal point. A really bad guy. A guy who had had served prison time in texas for a horrible crime against a woman a guy who was committing a crime when officer show van showed up to arrest him. Let's not forget that he was in the middle of a felony and this guy was a felon already. He would have gone back to prison and he knew it he probably just oh deed on fenton all which he'd done the month before he just come out of rehab for this. He's in the middle of committing a crime. He's an awful human being. You shouldn't be building statues to him or murals to him. He's a terrible monster of human. Being whose left a trail of damage the reason was from houston. Living in minnesota was because he left texas because every cop. That rain is his license plate or his license knew what a bad guy he was and he was probably wanted here for some other things. Truth be told but you might ask yourself why has crime spiked a the defunding police movement. Which again if it hadn't been. George floyd it would have been the guy in atlanta. It would have been the woman in the it was always going to be a black who got into a fight with a cop and somehow ended up dead who would be the focal point. Remember michael brown in saint louis to gentle giant. We were told remember well. He wasn't a gentle giant. He was trying to kill officer. Darren wilson and he tried multiple times and finally during wilson had to kill him after he had his finger almost bitten off by the ga because he was arresting him in the commission of a felony or fleeing from a felony he had just Assaulted a little tiny indian store owner and walked out with a whole box swisher sweets. This was a bad bad bad guy and they wanted him to be the face of police brutality against innocent black people. Well that's a crock. But that's what this is about. You see so you got the defunding police conspiring with another major issue and that is when a bad guy is caught even if the police come up he stabbing somebody. He's caused got blood all over his shirt and they bring him down to the courthouse they bring into the jail they try to book they book and then they try to. They try to bring charges these magistrates. Who were kind of the deputy of the the court the courts these elected democrat judges across the country. The magistrate says well. I'll tell you what we're not going to keep you here because you're poor in black and you can't afford a good lawyer. You can't afford a bond so if you'll just sign right here that says you'll come back in six months we'll let you go. Well what do you think he's gonna do. You're already caught him with blood all over him stabbing the hell out of somebody. He's going to go out and kill any witnesses to that. He's going to go kill his baby mama because he knows he might end up in prison at some point. He's going to go kill. All the is going to exact revenge on all the people he wanted to get revenge on before he's possibly tried and put away so that's what they do. So that's where all these crimes are coming from. You got fewer cops because you're not paying your not funding them anymore. You've got Fewer cops because a lot of the left the profession. Why would you want to do this job anymore. You could show up at a scene in a guy has a all overdose and you're in prison for the rest of your life. Who wants that and then you combine that with when we do catch the bad gas we put them back out on the street so you might ask yourself and it would be a reasonable question. Michael czar how come democrats would want crime to increase. How come they would put these people back out. Knowing that the people that are most likely to stab rape murder are democrats themselves. It's black on black crime primarily. The reason behind that is is twofold. one is outside influences. Why did the chinese. Why are the chinese so interested in making a a critical race theory video that they were posting on social media. That's now been taken down. That black people are being abused in this country to see discord. That's what soros and the russians and chinese to turn us against ourselves. The democrats love story of a black victim. Because that's how they get blacks to vote. Democrat is wanna throw you in jail. Hell yeah for committing a crime. The local affiliate here in houston fox. Twenty-six has been doing a great story on this is called breaking bond. Here's a here's another example. This is a bad bad guy. We have well over two hundred citations and he needs to get off the street because he's going to continue to harm other people carole. Richardson has three prior felony convictions. Meaning he's been to the pin three times last september. Richardson made headlines. When deputies found more than thirty people living in one of his many unlicensed group homes offices called the conditions in his group called blessed hands in the fourteen thousand block of long meadow drive. Deplorable cockroaches throughout the house. Inadequate food and medication. Lot of the people living in this silly are Have mental disabilities. Some of them are even unable to speak or communicate in any way one german and pain from a gunshot wound in his literally is inside for hanging outside his body. If he's doing this to people who can yell run screaming fight after being charged with injury to a disabled person back in two thousand nineteen judge. Laurie chambers gray gave richardson his first of five felony bonds. In february of last year but that march she revoked the bond unite. Done this song and dance numerous times. Where the bond gets revoked and then inexplicably. It gets reinstated in less than a month. So he's back out again last month judge. Laura chambers gray freed richardson from jail again by granting him for more felony bonds. I'm talking serious serious. Charges including aggravated sexual assault aggravated assault on family member..
"two hundred citations" Discussed on 10 Bestest
"Okay my next cool sheet. I'm going to be talking about an article. And i loved this article so much possibly surprisingly probably not it has to do with creating which is this supplement that lots of people have been taking for years usually male bodybuilders. Or do you like to work out. Whatever is the you know what people think of. I think of creating but this is what happened. Is that the journal of international of the international society of sports nutrition realized that there were so many people who were still thinking all these different things about creating and there's a lot of discussion about them. There are a lot of people who were still arguing. Irish should say debating on different things about it. So they're like okay once and for all or at least this year. This is pretty recent came out in the last twelve months years. So i think it's either from twenty twenty or twenty twenty one And so what they did is they got all the exercise scientists together from each of the different quite main questions that people are still debating and they got each of them to answer all these questions. This article has two hundred citations. So they're all scientifically backed. And i'm like yes. This is my kind of article. It's all like i can trust this gay. Okay so i'll give some examples of some of the debates and so one of them has to do with water retention and they say yes over the short term there might be a little bit but then over long-term no. A lot of people are confused as to whether it's an anabolic steroid. No it is not if you look at the chemical structure it's not does it. Cause kidney damage or renal dysfunction. No it does not. Does it cause hair loss or baldness no. It does not so it goes through all these things. And there's way more than this that i have time for but One i wanted to point out is that it is beneficial for older adults and it is beneficial over the lifetime of females at various points in their life so some of these might be surprising to some people. But i think it's really helpful for people who are trying to understand creating so again. The name article is common questions and misconceptions about creating supplementation short. This is really cool. Yeah creating. I've been using on and off since i was twenty. You know that was when it was really yes thinking infancy and yeah was huge all the guys anybody that lifted eighteen and you had a new this weird like you stacked it in the first week and so that's not trying you don't have to do the goodness that anymore because it was a real pain in the butt but yeah i still have creating supplement and so i'll go like a week where i remember i just i always forget to kind of take it. Yeah but i always have a really good source. And i have some because yeah. That's one of the things out of all the body building things that i've read about sense. Twenty to forty five twenty five years read about end done myself That's the one that is one of the only ones that has lasted the test of time where they've actually said it's actually better than we thought. It does more for more people than even we thought back. We're first testing and it looked so promising. I mean aside from like eating healthy getting sleep and drinking water yet right. you know. Those are the obvious ones you know. But like even protein intake that's overrated and you know most people e wait especially the united states diet way too much protein and then bodybuilders. Still think you have to have like massive amounts of bodine and you do not. It's totally but creating super backed by science. And yeah that's really cool that you're talking about that because i kind of forget one of the things that i know because i've read about it for twenty five years that i forget about i. I must admit. I just sort of blew it off. The app stereotype for. Yeah but then. I guess it was. Two years ago. I started working out and lifting and stuff and i heard about it and i was like okay. You know my trainers told me about all right. I'll try it. So i got it and that was like well. This may be but this article nailed it. And i was really stoked to read all this about it and now i feel really solid with it. Cool that's so cool. Well thanks again for sharing this. Oh my pleasure right. My next cool sheet is a new podcast from a former cool sheet. Who used to have a podcast. She stopped doing that one. But it's as she's been a koshi like five times. I don't know how many times but it's called the doria row show so she started a new podcast. I've talked about her individually. I've talked about her as the food. Food est which was our old podcast in book. And i've talked about mindful eating. I think that that i learned from her. She was salem speaker. And so i feel like I'm i am a fan boy. There's no denying that but but it's because she's doing so many amazing things and she's super super smart. she's also a scientist and a doctor in really knows her stuff. And this new podcast. Because she wanted to kind of food. This was a lot about food. Obviously it's in the title in nutrition and things and all these things that are super important to me but she wanted to even a broader scope than that. Because there's other things that that make you healthy and it's mental health. It's physical it's diet. it's everything else and so right away. I was like this is going to be an amazing podcast..