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The Legacy of Booker T Washington
"Let me get back to the point that I was making about the civil rights movement. This is something that I think people always think I'm crazy when I say this. But Uncle Tom two lays it out very succinctly. And I bet Uncle Tom three would have even more information to validate what I'm saying here. I feel like if the trajectory was as such, and this is what Booker T. Washington was all about. Versus WB Dubois, which is always the conflict. It's like today's black conservatives versus the black liberal. That's pretty much what the dynamic was. And so Booker T. Washington was always under the assumption or under the impression that you will do better if you pull yourself up by your bootstraps and you become a productive person, giving people no excuse not to hire you and to put you in a forefront and give you opportunities. You don't big people for opportunities. You make them give you opportunities. How do you make them give you opportunities? You don't go and protest and they face all day and cry and lay in the middle of the roadway. What you do is you create value in yourself. Booker T. Washington was always for great education, being educated and formed having a skill. If you have those things, nothing can deny you success in America. And I believe black people, a lot of black people at the time had that trajectory. You got the Booker T. Washington came from slavery. We got people today that literally living with a silver spoon in their mouth and they crying about racism. You got back in the day, people used to come out of slavery and generate wealth to create universities. The tuskegee university. And I just bothers me where we at today, all are being and complaining.
The Degradation of Black America
"They alluded to the fact that Martin Luther King had another agenda. They had a hit and agenda. They would stage these protests. They would stage these marches. They would stage a situations where they can get beat up in the middle of the street and be arrested. They were pushing a Marxist agenda on our country. That's what people said. Man, you can turn a blind eye and say, oh, they wrong 'cause I don't like that unlike what they sound like. Or you could say, well, was it? Look at the look at the out of wet lock births. 22% back in the 30s to 40s, 2030s 40s. Now it's over 75, 76% after the civil rights movement. I want us to understand that. Look at the degradation of black America. Since the 60s, there was no, there was no drill music. Was it? No, no, it wasn't. This gangster rap hip hop music stuff. None of that. That didn't exist. Black people were not viewing themselves and being pimped out, like we see it happening more often today after the 60s. You know, there was a gentleman on Uncle Tom two. I don't remember his name. If you saw the movie you'll know what I'm talking about. He said that Rosa Parks, they make this big deal about Rosa Parks sitting at the front of the bus and before they were going to go out and do this, they had, they were questioning, why would we go there to try to ride on a white man bus? When we have our own bus line, what are we accomplishing? Why do we want to sit at the front of the white man's bus when we have our own bus line? And this is where default happened. And I'm going to need many segments to thoroughly unpack this. But this is where I believe some fault happen. Because instead of black folks building their bus line, they wanted to integrate in a bus line that was not profitable to them in their community. Maybe visually, it was an achievement there, but residually, I don't think it benefited the black community.
Candace Owens Reacts to T-Shirt Firestorm
"Candace Owens went on Tucker Carlson. How do I not get a spot on Tucker Carlson? God, dang, she got spot every week. I want to spot on Tucker Carlson to somebody. Anyway, Candace Owens kid on there and she's always just dominating. That's probably the reason why. But she's on that just dominating. And the concept of the idea about white lives matter, 'cause her and Kanye West was at the London. He had a London fashion show and her and Kanye West had warty shirts that says white lives matter. And you know, what could it crowd just literally lost their Salvation? They could not understand how black people can support white people. Just imagine it. Think it is. They literally beat white people up, slapped them over the head through coffee on them, turn over tables and say, you better wear a Black Lives Matter shirt. Are you better support black lives? You better say Black Lives Matter. They make you put the black squirrel in your Instagram and know them white folks ain't never talk to a black person DNA life, but they got a black squirrel on their Instagram because they were forced to, they were coerced into doing it. But then that a black person say, white lives matter too. Oh no. You're a sellout Uncle Tom coon, you hate your people. I mean, all of these crazy things that people are saying to Ken is on. And this is the first time I didn't even ask her. About who initiated, but in the article that daily wire wrote about it, she, I would say admitted, admitted it's not the word. She ended up mentioning that Kanye West came up with the idea kind of at the last minute. He said, hey, I want you to be a part of this fashion show. I'm assuming he flew her out to London, which was probably a fun flight. He flew out to London, probably on the private jet because you know Kanye is a billionaire. So that probably was a cool little experience. And then when she got there, he put the shirt out there and said, hey, let's do this. And she said, let's go.
Black Churches Don't Matter
"I've been wanting to talk about this. I'm sure that you guys talked about this before, but I want to put this in the proper context. Here's the proper context. Black churches don't matter. Black churches don't matter. I hate to say that, but sadly, that's that seems to be the case in the United States. And obviously there are exceptions to the rule. I can recall back in the day when Barack Obama first started embracing homosexual marriage and all this kind of stuff and I saw a shift in him and then I witnessed a shift where the black community wasn't as socially liberal as white liberals were particularly when it came to gay marriage and issues of that sort, if you will. And I recall at the time, just watching the black church shift. I recall big perm, the Jesse jacksons of the world, big perm is Al sharpton, but I recall the Jesse jacksons of the world, and then I just started seeing some other passers that just started to rationalize and reason why, because they're black first and they're left us first before they're Christians. And sadly, this is, seems to be the case. But the reason why Kanye West, the reason why Candace Owens had to wear a shirt like this and the reason why you have to have a Larry elder make a film or documentary about Marxism called Uncle Tom two is because isn't large part because black churches in America don't matter.
The Federalist Fact-Checks Biden’s Inflation up ‘Hardly at All’ Claim
"Pat tip the federalists. Let's go here first. There's an audio. I'm sorry. There's a column written by the federalist Kylie griswold of the federalist rhoda column and titled grocery shop with me to fact tech, mightn't inflation up partly at all quote unquote claim. This is very important because Joe Biden in an interview with 60 minutes and you guys are familiar with this interview. It absolutely backfired on Joe Biden as interviews and speeches of his tend to do, but he told Scott pelley at the time that the pandemic was over and the left went back crazy because it's like, oh my God, now that means the emergency orders are over there. So if the left can't scare you to death, it's likely that you're not gonna vote for him. If the left can't convince you that America is systemically racist, that your neighbor hates you, they understand that you won't vote for them. If they can convince you that you have no chance of surviving economically without them, then they understand that you will vote for them. That's who they are. That's who the left is. Frankly, that's who they've always been. I don't know why this is so hard for people to see and understand. I implore you. Take a look at the black community. Take a look at the suffering of the black community. Where it's gotten no better in the black community. Families absolutely destroy. Check out Uncle Tom to a fascinating documentary documentary. Fascinating documentary. Joe Biden also in that interview with Scott pelle, made it sound as if we're going to go all out to defend Taiwan rather than keeping his mouth quiet and if we need to give them weaponry. So be it, but the guy is scary, but another thing he did. He just he just kind of blew off inflation. It was a dubious claim that Americans were hurting. And this is what I want to talk about. He talked about the economy. You know, the inflation numbers, they just rose a fraction, you know, just an inch just an inch. I spoke about this on Tatum show the other day, but just an inch. And what he was talking about, what he wants his people, his followers, his voters to believe, or he's hoping his voters are dumb enough to believe is that inflation really didn't change much. Not that it's up 8.8% or 9% year over year. In fact, I'm gonna argue and I'll show you that it's a lot worse than that. And I'm gonna encourage you to buckle up and get ready. Because a recession is coming, I would argue that perhaps even a light depression might be in our future if we don't get government spending under control.
How Chad Jackson Got Involved With 'Uncle Tom 2'
"Back with Chad Jackson follow him right now on Twitter at Chad O Jackson. He is co producer, co writer for the amazing sequel to Larry elders, Uncle Tom, it's called Uncle Tom two. Chad, you were a kind of star, I think, very early on in the original movie. It focused on your story as a successful self made man in the entrepreneur who didn't see himself as a vector because of his skin color. How did you transition to being a co producer and co writer for the sequel? I'm curious. That's a great question. And just to kind of close out the last thought that I was making. So, Stokely Carmichael, he said, oh, sorry, no, yes, yes. So let's go back to Stokely Carmichael, NAACP. Give us that historic nugget that most people have forgotten. Yeah, so Stokely Carmichael admitted in the 90s and we have video footage of this. In fact, it's an Uncle Tom two, where he said that he was part of that agenda to impress the term African hyphen American on the black folks and what he'd had in mind is if you think you are an American, you'll fight to preserve and to conserve capitalist America. However, if you know you're not an American, you'll fight to destroy America. And he was absolutely right. I mean, look at the riots, look at the fact that a lot of these egalitarian socialist programs that are being pushed in this country, they're using black people to do it. And it's unfortunate what's happening, but it was important to showcase that in the film, to your question about how I got involved in Uncle Tom two. As you mentioned, I was running my business here in Dallas, Texas, my business is still active. We're still going. We're still taking care of our customers. But I am a natural researcher. If something interests me, I'm going to obsess over. I'm going to dig deep into it and find out everything I can about it.
Why Is a White Soviet Defector in 'Uncle Tom 2'? Chad Jackson Explains
"We're delighted to have with us the man who wrote that book starred, wrote that movie director of it, tra Jackson, welcome back to America first. Hey, doctor G, thank you for having me on. So I told you privately, I'm going to say it now again in front of all of our listeners. This movie from Larry elder in you guys is even better than the original Uncle Tom. If you haven't seen it, I'm sorry you're missing out. I don't care that it's on our website. It is that important. But why is a Soviet white Soviet defector in your movie explain the relevance of that besman off clip? Well, as he says in that clip, the name of the game was demoralization. And really what they were able to do were to demoralize all of America. Black activists were just in and amongst this whole umbrella of demoralization that took place in our country. And so as our title suggests, the film isn't just about black America, it's about America at large. That's why we call it an American Odyssey because we wanted to demonstrate how Marxism this disease has infected all of America and it reaches its peak in the 1960s, which is around the time that Yuri is talking about
Why Does NO ONE Remember Black Wall Street? Larry Elder Explains
"Here's the big question. Now, it's a surprise to me because I didn't grow up in the 1930s in Harlow. I don't know what black Wall Street is, but how the hell did they manage to deep 6 this memory from black America? How do they manage to allow black Americans to just burn the hard drive of the prosperity? They lived in. It's a great question. You know, I was watching the Super Bowl last year. And there was a commercial Citigroup commercial. And black guys walking down the hall and he's talking about the Tulsa massacre of 1921. What he didn't tell you and what we explore in Uncle Tom two is that that area that became known as black Wall Street after it got rebuilt was we built within a matter of a few years bigger and better than before without a dime of government money. So the idea that there was some prosperity until the white man big footed everything and then we were back to slavery down the line. And it wasn't, as I said, even called black Wall Street until after it was rebuilt better than ever.
Larry Elder and Sebastian Discusses the Rare Footage in 'Uncle Tom 2'
"Really kind of punched me in the gut with this movie is just the first four minutes just the footage that your guys found black families in the 30 40s and 50s, just the opulence, the prosperity, the elegance, the self confidence oozing out of two dimensional pictures and black and white, home movies, and look, I'm a white dude who's an immigrant to America. I was pissed of what's happened to that community in America. How did you guys just find that footage? Well, it was the director, Justin Malone, who's just an brilliant director. And our composer's name is Damon Chris well. He scored both movies. And again, it gave you kind of the atmosphere of the whole thing. But you're quite right. Even after black's emerged from slavery, when we were talking about lynchings and KKK and Jim Crow, black people still kept moving forward. Why? Strong nuclear intact family. It was rare for a black kid to be born into a world without his father married to the mother. A strong belief in patriotism, believe it or not, you read the speeches by people like Frederick Douglas Booker T. Washington, the riddled with praise for American values. Judeo Christian values and a belief in entrepreneurship. And Uncle Tom two talks about what's happened. How did the righteous civil rights movement get hijacked by these leftists, Democrats, socialists, collectivists, and marxists who want to dethrone God, marks, of course, was an atheist and on the website a Black Lives Matter. We talk a lot about Black Lives Matter and Uncle Tom too. They attack the nuclear family and Karl Marx hated capitalism, let alone entrepreneurship, so the very things that made black people and able to endure in the face of horrific obstacles. God, family, American values, and entrepreneurship are all under attack right now by people like Barack Obama who said America has racism in its DNA.
Liberty University’s Dave Brat Breaks Down the State of the Economy
"There is a tremendous amount of economic confusion today, actually just going on generally, to help unpack that is a brilliant economic mind, Dave brat, from Liberty University, Dave, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Hey, Charlie, thank you. Patriot mobile is great, by the way. I was just up with her team at D.C., your spot on. They're really great. They're doing a good job. They're actually solving the cell phone crisis via conservative approach patriot mobile dot com slash Charlie just to remind everybody. So let's just start with the top line news. There's so much happening here, Dave, the Dow is down 600 points below 30,000 bear market, the economy is all over the place. We have these contra indicators, how would you rate you're a doctor, not a medical doctor, but you'll pretend to be a medical doctor. How would you rate the health of the American economy right now? Oh, seriously, I mean, the economy, right? Which is different than the stock market. That's econ one O one. The economy is a corpse laying on a table. And we've been shoving blood through it in the form of fiscal stimulus spending through the federal government. And 9 trillion on the Federal Reserve balance sheet. So 31 trillion in debt on the federal government side, 9 trade to keep it alive and it's still in a recession for the last 6 months growing at zero. So the economy is a one or a two and then the markets follow, right? So earnings are going to go down, profits are going to go down. We're going into a recession, the fed has said we're going to force a recession to get the wage wage price spiral down, right? Inflation is bad enough, but if inflation makes its way into the wage rates, that becomes what they call an economics sticky. Stinky prices would stay around for years. And so the fed has to end that. So they're engineering a recession and you had it right. We're about ready to find probably another 10% or maybe even 20% down in the markets.
"uncle tom" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"In closing your Brandon, can you comment on how the black community is not okay with this trans stuff? About how that's actually an opening to win over black voters. Black voters are actually more socially conservative and yet they're basically being controlled by white liberals. Talk about that. Right. And it's because they're being controlled by people who are acting as proxy for the black community that do not represent the black community. It's the white liberal and these fake black leaders that are destroying the community. They're not representing what majority of black people feel and think. I don't know of a black person that is a part of the LGBTQ push. And I'm not saying gay or straight. I'm saying the LGBTQ push. That's a whole nother conversation. They have an agenda to push pedophilia if you ask me. That's the ultimate goal. However, when I was growing up, this is definitely unacceptable. You know, most black people were in the church, believing in God. All of those things are historically what black people represent. And I think it's still the case. However, the people who are representing the black community are not representing them in a fair way, and they need another outlet in the Democrats or not that out there. This men can become pregnant, gender fluid fluidity, that is a loser in the black community. It might work in Martha's Vineyard. It might work in Malibu, might work at Harvard, but if Republicans are serious, in my opinion, and Brandon, you just said it, if they're serious about winning back black voters, you have to get very clear about your social conservative values. They're very socially conservative. Fiscally, probably moderate pro small business all that doesn't matter. The social issues you can win over very quickly. They think it's insane rightfully so that their kid is going to be taught that men can become pregnant. Brandon Tatum is here, movie Uncle Tom two, Salem now dot com. Brandon keep up the great work. Everyone should listen to his program on the Salem radio network. It is a great job. Thank you, Brian. God bless your Charlie. Thank you. For protecting my family. I just discovered the perfect way to train with your firearm. It's so cool. I got a whole tutorial on this. It's awesome. And you could do it in the comfort of your home and have a lot of fun while doing it. It's called I target pro. And this system is a game changer for me and my family. So what you do is you download the app and you literally load the laser bullet into the firearm and you start training. So you have a gun, a real gun, so it's the feel, it's the weight, it's the texture, it's the grip, and you put this laser bullet in and then you're able to do firearm training, but no bullet is actually fired. So then it goes back onto the app of your accuracy, your speed, and your ability to operate the firearm. And so the system develops muscle memory, reaction speed, site alignment, trigger control, and more. So right now save 10% plus get free shipping with the offer code Kirk. When you go to I target pro dot com. That is I target pro dot com. Now, what why should you use this? Well, look, ammo super expensive. Smell like Charlie, I have to go all the way to the range and practice and all this, not what I target pro with I target pro you get to use your gun, you put in the laser bullet and you could fire unlimited and then it tracks your accuracy. And for example, maybe your wife just wants to get used to holding the gun, what it might be like if there was an intruder. Well then you could set up a bunch of these I targets throughout the house, the kitchen, the yard, and she's able to then practice that actual bullets and any sort of ammunition being discharged, free of charge, and then you get a full report of how accurate she was. And by the way, no sound, right? And if someone's like not comfortable with a gun, if they're uncomfortable with kind of how they are using it, how a gun feels is a great way to ease someone in to firearm use and ownership. Crime is going up. I target pro can make you comfortable, owning and using a firearm. It's much better than dry firing. It's very, very safe. Let's go to I target pro dot com that is I target pro dot com, a cost effective way to get your family and yourself proficient to use a firearm God forbid you have to use it, but we see what's happening. I target pro dot com. I target pro dot com offer code Kirk. There is a tremendous amount of economic confusion today, actually just going on generally, to help unpack that is a brilliant economic mind, Dave brat, from Liberty University, Dave, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show..
Brandon Tatum on Why Race Isn't a Big Convo Heading Into the Midterms
"You find it interesting about how out of all the national conversations right now, race is not a primary conversation heading into the midterms. What are we supposed to make of that? Well, I think that, you know, we got to look at the midterms as a political strategy on both sides, right? I don't think that a lot of these politicians are genuine in their approach. I don't think they really have a vested interest in fixing any issues. What they want to do is promote an issue that gets people riled up to get their emotions running, get them in a level of or in a position of fear, and then they can run a campaign on that. And if you look at the Democrat party in the black community, the reason why they've been having a black community in a stronghold or in a chokehold I'd say is because all they do is pitch promises every single year. We promise to do this. We promise to do this, look, the scary white man is out here ready to get you. We're going to protect you this year. Well, we didn't protect you last year. We're going to protect you this year. It's the Republicans fall. I mean, they just continue to push a narrative for political expediency and they're not addressing any of the real issues because if Democrats really cared about the black community, they will be addressing crime in the inner city. They will be addressing the police department and not in a way in which they're expressing that they need to revise and rethink policing. They would be saying that we're going to fund police. We're going to get them better training. We're going to get more minorities involved in policing so they can patrol their communities that they're familiar with. But that's not the approach. Charlie, they're just out for getting votes and promise you something that they can have leverage on for the next a hundred years.
How Do We Make Sense of Segregation? Brandon Tatum Explains
"This argument out there, which is, okay, 1940, 1950s, black America was segregated. Okay? But it seems as if there is a push to resegregate America, right? Black only dormitories, you know, affirmative action policies, there's a big movement behind that, especially driven by BLM. To say that, well, when we were segregated, we were able to do better. I find segregation to be evil and wrong and terrible. Now there was a movement to end segregation, driven by black Americans. How do we make sense of all that Brandon? Well, it's a very nuanced conversation because you talk about segregation before obviously desegregation. I don't think segregation was good, but I did think that during that time, black people actually own things, they own it on businesses. They had their own schools when we forced ourselves into desegregation or somewhat of an assimilation, black people lost an identity. I mean, the schools were demolished. The black teachers couldn't get work in the white schools that they integrated into. And I don't know if the timing was right because now we've seen a level of what you say lack of ownership. I mean, let's go back to the early 1900s. Madame C.J. Walker, Sarah Bree love is her government name. She was the first female millionaire out of any race.
"uncle tom" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Night. It's Brandon Tatum. Brandon, welcome back to the program. Charlie, thank you for having me on. Loving the radio show, man. Listening to it, almost every night when I'm driving around and Karen and Larry elder's legacy. Tell us about the film. Uncle Tom two. The Uncle Tom too, I think is a tremendous film that tells the true history of Americans of African descent. And it digs into the nuances of how marxists individuals in our country, namely the leaders of BLM are literally taken the black community down the drain and having this anti American theology that's causing individuals who are black in this country to hate America to feel like a perpetual victim and those things are detriments and we have to change those and Uncle Tom two kind of expressed the avenue in which we can go about changing some of the things that are going on in our country and really espousing success and Victor or success and allowing us to be big tours moving forward. Yeah, so let's talk about that. I mean, there is, I think, this massive gap of history that people miss part of the trailer is that black America was not being treated correctly from a public policy standpoint, obviously, segregated bathrooms, Jim Crow, but despite that, there was a flourishing that was happening in black America, or at least a trajectory of flourishing, right? That if it was allowed to play out according to Thomas sol by the 60 70s or 80s, black America very well might have been wealthy or per CAPiTA than white America. What happened Brandon? Well, I want to go back to the history, you know, in the 20s and 30s we saw an explosion of innovation explosion of inventions and ownership by black Americans that we don't even see today. I mean, you're talking about Booker T. Washington with tuskegee institute. You talk about black Wall Street in the 20s, also black Harlem. I mean, all of these places, you know, one interesting thing that you'll see in the film is that when they were board coding, the buses and they wanted the black people to ride in front of the buses. Black people are on their own bus line. It was absolutely not necessary to go that far when we could have just been building on our own platform that we had. So we noticed that the invent are the advent of Marxism and the social social ideology pushed us more towards the government and away from God and away from the family. And you could look at the statistical data. You see that there's less young people being born into Mary families and more being born out of wedlock than we saw even in the 30s. When you look at the government assistance, programs and the victimhood that's being expressed by these fake black leaders, we see more of it now than we've ever seen in the history of black people post slavery. And I think the movie does a really good job expressing those things and I really wish people would wake up to the fact that there's a Marxist strategy and the dependence on the government has really hurt and in some cases destroyed black culture and the black American in this country..
Charlie Welcomes Salem Radio Colleague, Officer Brandon Tatum
"Joining us now is a great patriot and a colleague on the Salem radio network, his show is doing very, very well. You can hear all across the country as he does a fabulous show every night. It's Brandon Tatum. Brandon, welcome back to the program. Charlie, thank you for having me on. Loving the radio show, man. Listening to it, almost every night when I'm driving around and Karen and Larry elder's legacy. Tell us about the film. Uncle Tom two. The Uncle Tom too, I think is a tremendous film that tells the true history of Americans of African descent. And it digs into the nuances of how marxists individuals in our country, namely the leaders of BLM are literally taken the black community down the drain and having this anti American theology that's causing individuals who are black in this country to hate America to feel like a perpetual victim and those things are detriments and we have to change those and Uncle Tom two kind of expressed the avenue in which we can go about changing some of the things that are going on in our country and really espousing success and Victor or success and allowing us to be big tours moving forward.
House GOP Unveils 'Commitment to America' Agenda Ahead of Midterms
"Republican Party wants to give us a little hope. They came out with their commitment to America plan. It outlined a few things, but here are some of the here are some of the specifics of the plan according to Kevin McCarthy. The House minority leader under the first thing an economy that's strong, Republicans outlined the following. They want to fight inflation and lower the cost of living, curb wasteful government spending that is raising there and bring stability to the economy through pro growth tax and deregulatory policies. Okay, I think they need to get a little more personal. They still sound too wonky. Make America energy independent and reduce gas prices. They need to refill the strategic petroleum reserve. Another thing they don't list on here, they need to get rid of these CRs. These continued resolutions, where they can spend as much money as they freaking want because we don't have an annual budget. I'd like to see them force Joe Biden's hand. Make America energy independent and reduce gas prices is the second thing by maximizing production of reliable, cleaner, American made energy and cut the permitting process time in half to reduce reliance on foreign countries prevent rolling blackouts and lower the cost of gas and utilities in essence they could have said what Sarah Palin said, drill baby drill.
Nicole Saphier: Stacey Abrams' 6-Week No Heartbreat Claim Is Wrong
"But here's the audio clip that I want you to hear. This is doctor Nicole Safire, audio clip number 5 profile, Sean. What's going to happen on social media? I'm waiting for those warning signs for information labeling because this was a flat out lie. In fact, matter, especially when you're talking to people and especially when you're in politics and you're wanting people's votes. Unfortunately, people are going to believe what she has to say. But I'm going to just deliver the truth and point out is a complete lie. So at about three weeks after gestation or after conception, the hearts of the cells of the heart, the myocardium starts to rhythmically contract. So really, the heart starts beating at three weeks. Yes, you can start seeing the heartbeat 5 to 6 weeks after conception on the ultrasound. But that's only because it's so small and because of all the other structures are in the way with the pelvis. But that heart is contracting very easy. Early on, it is not a conspiracy. It is not anything to do with what she's talking about. And I think that she needs to be held accountable for the lies that are coming out of her mouth. Yeah, I absolutely agree with doctor sapphire. She's absolutely right. And I think Stacey Abrams knows the truth, but she's a Marxist. This is what you have to understand. This is why I want you to see Uncle Tom too. I want you to understand how far the marxists have taken us. How far they've taken the black community, where we are the people that are going to be most likely to be aborted. Stacey Abrams support this and then she spills out a lie, saying that, listen, there is no heartbeat at 6 weeks. Absolute complete and utter lie
Newt Gingrich: There Will Be a Bigger Republican Tsunami Than Expected
"This is what Newt Gingrich talked about the midterms and what he thinks is going to happen in the midterms. And I hope nude is right. I don't want you to take your foot off the gas. Pretend as if we are going to lose. I think the house, listen, we'll do a decent job. The Senate, in my opinion, I know there's better polling out there. They seem to our candidates seem to be polling better. Send your money, they need help now. And make sure you take somebody out to vote, but do not let your foot off the gas. Do not take freedom for granted this year. But I do want to play what Newt Gingrich had to say. Here's what he said. Audio clip number one, pothole. Okay, all right, so Newt Gingrich was talking about the midterms and he said he believes that it will be a much bigger Republican tsunami than people currently expect.
Biden's Rhetoric Against Republicans Influenced Murder in North Dakota
"The guy that killed him, the guy that ran him over, the young 18 year old was calling his mother after the spat, he was walking through. I believe it was an alleyway of some sort. He calls his mother for a second time first calls her and says, hey, do you know this guy or whatever calls her back or she calls back? I forget exactly how it goes. And when she tries to call back, there's no answer. Her son, her son had been killed. By this guy, Shannon Brent, because the guy came back, he first called the police, he left the scene. He comes, he comes back to the scene, he admits that he had run him over. Said he had a little bit of drink. Frankly, I don't care. 41 year old grown behind man. Gets in a spat over politics with a kid that he says was a Republican extremist. He, listen, take a look at the picture of the kid online. Taylor, Ellington. There is no way that kid was any type of freaking terrorist. But this is the, in my opinion, the danger of the rhetoric that the Biden administration and those on the left, this is exactly what they can cause. We had Ashley babbitt, we have Taylor ellingson. In my opinion, both murdered. That's my opinion. Both murdered.
Carl Jackson: There's No Better Place on Earth for Blacks Than America
"You know, I always tell blacks when it comes to America. You can talk about slavery all day long. But what would Satan meant for evil God turned to good? There's no better place to be on the earth for blacks than America for anyone than America. That's why we have a border crisis. So why they don't have border crisis around the world like we have here in the United States. Officer Tatum, he said something that really struck a court with me. It was just a simple quote. But it hit me right in the heart. He was like, this is not black culture. This is a facade and when you watch the film, you see the illustrations of the black rappers and I mean just all the demonic crap that they're into and I sat there thinking and I know he experienced it too. I saw pictures with you officer Tatum with those gold teeth. So I know. I know. I know you know what you're talking about, and he was a cop. But it also struck a chord with me 'cause I remember that I didn't want to be a thug. I was a wannabe thug. It was my environment. It was my, some of my quote unquote Friends. And I wanted to feel safe and you walk around and you just want to feel hard, you want to feel tough, you want to be tough because you don't want to be pumped and I hate it. Living in an environment like that. So it's like you put on a, you know, you put on this facade. It's like a game of charade. But inside, I knew that's not who I was. But I didn't want to be, I didn't want to be a punk. I didn't want to be punk'd. But I can tell you as I as God saved me and changed my heart and allowed that facade to just come off of me, man. It was such a freaking relief.
"uncle tom" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"The program. Hey, thank you for having me on. All right, Ted, do you hear all that applause for you? I never get that type of applause, but they love you out there. I'd like to thank you. We haven't even started. Do me a favor because I saw Uncle Tom the first one. I watched Uncle Tom Uncle Tom two here, but before we get started, I think this is very important. If you would just briefly give people your testimony, and I would say you're conservative testimony because you were Christian, but you were a liberal. And that, that change, could you, could you talk about that quickly before we get into Uncle Tom two? Oh yeah, for sure. So basically, I was a born again Christian. And I thought I was doing a pretty good job. I was going to church. I was experiencing a lot of heart change, if you will, just in terms of relationships with my parents and friends and so on and so forth. However, my voting habits were still very liberal and I was talking to a friend and he said, you know, how can you vote for the Democrat party when their values are not consistent with your own? And so long story short, he challenged me to read the Republican Party platform and the Democrat party platform. And I read both of them and sure enough he was right. I didn't have anything in common at all with the Democrat party as far as my faith was concerned. And so I decided to stop loading Democrat but I will also say that since then I've kind of became a nonpartisan, I want Republican, but just found that both parties are basically two sides of the same coin. So I still vote conservative, but I'm not a flag like Republican by any means, if that makes sense. Totally, totally get that. I feel as though I'm in the same boat. I do feel like they're a vessel for change, but I consider myself a Christian conservative American that happens to be black and then I go from I go from there. All right, Chad, you said one of the one of your goals with this film. This documentary Uncle Tom two was you want to break the spell. Does break the spell that blacks have, you don't want them to be angry. You don't want them to be deceived. Explain that a little bit. Yeah, so there's definitely a spell. It's instilled in black kids and I would venture to say other races as well. Some of the very early age, the fact of the matter is we live in the most opportunity rich country and the entire world. That's America. It's a very reason why people come from all over the globe to get here because they know that opportunities that are available here. However, because of the kind of indoctrination that can still particularly in black culture from a very early age, it kind of debilitates black youth, where we think that America is systemically racist, that there's no real hope for us, and so whenever our hope is taken from you naturally, you flock to a certain party, certain religious or I'm sorry, race leaders, so on and so forth.
"uncle tom" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"Brandon Tatum is a 7 year veteran of the Tucson police department. He's a YouTube sensation with 1.9 million subscribers. He started blexit with Candace Owens, and now he's tackling his biggest assignment yet. This is the officer Tatum show. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome back to the obstacle show. I have to say that I am incredibly inspired by what transpired over the weekend, many of you guys who are listening to me on a day to today basis note that I was out of town or off the radio on Friday, it could have been another day during the week as well. It was Wednesday and Friday. And Karl a stepped in and took care of business like he always do. So much appreciation to Carl Jackson for filling in for me and keeping the show going and keeping you guys satisfied with the greatest content on radio. And with that being said, I want to make this statement that I believe is an unequivocal statement of truth for me based on what I experienced this weekend. So this weekend, if you guys didn't know on Friday, I went to the premiere of the movie Uncle Tom two. Now I want you guys to know that I was in the documentary movie, Uncle Tom, the first movie, and it was amazing. It was tremendous. There were so many people across the aisle that wasn't necessarily conservative Republican who watched a movie and found it to be very informative to be very relieving it to be inspiring all of the above. Now, Uncle Tom too, I would argue that Uncle Tom two is something that one would consider to be life-changing. And I'm not trying to spend the whole show talking about Uncle Tom too, but I was absolutely blown away. Because I saw segments of Uncle Tom two as they were developing, obviously, I'm in it.
"uncle tom" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"Year veteran of the Tucson police department. He's a YouTube sensation with 1.9 million subscribers. He started blexit with Candace Owens, and now he's tackling his biggest assignment yet. This is the officer Tatum show. Ladies and gentlemen, gentlemen, ladies, welcome back to the officer Tatum show. I'm glad to be back. I'm here in Dallas, Texas. Some of you guys may know, I'm from Fort Worth Texas born and raised out here. We are here for the Uncle Tom to premiere that's going on tomorrow. It's a blessing to be here. I hope y'all call in. I want to hear some people from DFW calling to the show later on. But I want to start this show, I mentioned before just a little bit about Uncle Tom the movie, we did a small premiere of Uncle Tom two yesterday in Phoenix, Arizona, and I have to say, you know, I've seen the movie a few times, but I have to say that it's even more incredible than I remember the last time I watched Uncle Tom two. Now I can't give you all the secret sauce, right? Because you need to get the documentary on DVD, you need to get it, or you watch the premiere when it's out and film, you need to go see it for yourself. I don't want to spoil it for you, but I'll tell you what I have never in my life heard of or seen a documentary that explains the history of America and explains what these leftists lunatics are trying to do to our country and in many cases they have already done to our country. It is absolutely mind-blowing at the strategies that are being used to manipulate people, especially people of color into being the ponds of leftist lunatics who are trying to take over this country and make our country a worse place than it has ever been. Liberal policies don't work. It's very simple. There's no two ways about it. Every time you see a leftist liberal who wants to implement policies that they claim will protect or help the people of color are underprivileged people, it ends up hurting them. Let me just give you an example. We have plenty of examples. I mean, I'm going to go back to an example what I was just reading a minute ago about the COVID-19 mandates. Now, we know these people are complete frauds. And we know that they should have never shut our country down. And I get on Donald Trump about this. We should have never shut our country down. I don't care what the explanation is. We know that Doctor Fauci is a snake. We knew way back then when you say you want two weeks to slow the spread, you need to, that's it, two weeks, to slow the spread. You don't get two years. You started with two weeks, you end with two weeks. There's no way in the world that our businesses should have been shut down in places where saying, hey, this is essential. This is not essential people are losing their entire life savings, losing their careers, killing themselves, over what? They fluff the numbers. In many cases, they lied. They were saying people were dying from COVID-19 and it was other things that were killing him. They were literally on the back end claiming people were dying from COVID-19 that was not diamond COVID-19 to fluff the numbers. All of a sudden, people wouldn't die for flu anymore, just COVID-19. I don't need to rehearse that again. But I'm just pointing out these policies. Uncle Tom two lays it out very succinctly and very direct. But let me just give you an example. Reading this article from the daily signal and the policies that are implemented in the inner cities are just, I don't know how people vote for these Democrats. I read a little bit of this article, it says in the nation's capital and D.C., almost half of the city's black students ages 12 and over won't be going back to school in the fall. Ladies and gentlemen, can you guess why 12 year olds and 12 years and older children, students are not going to school? Give a wild guess. I guarantee what you thought of your mind is nowhere near the stupidity of the Democrats. Well, they still want the COVID-19 thing to be alive and well. They still want people to get vaccinated. So children who are 12 and over who are not vaccinated can not return to school in person. Well, guess what? Over 40% of the unvaccinated kids are black. Let me read the statistic rights I don't get it wrong. It says 40% of the District of Columbia's black students who are 12 years and older will be barred from going back to school. But you know who's not going to talk about this? The NAACP. You know who's not going to make a fuss? Al sharpton. Benjamin attorney Benjamin crump, Black Lives Matter, terrorist organization, is what I call them. They're not going to make a fuss about this. They don't care that young black students are going to fall further behind in school because of a vaccine that don't even work. There's so many reports and scientists that have come out and virologists that have come out and said that it has pretty much inconsequential. Especially in younger people, it's not going to help you. If anything, it's going to hurt you. But they don't care about none of that. They want big government, they want big brother to be down their throats and forcing them into living a lifestyle that is not conducive for growth. Let me tell you why I think this is a big problem. It's not just the fact that black students aren't going to the school. Just not showing up to school isn't the problem. The problem is that black students have been falling behind and tests worse than anybody in America. Let me give you a couple statistical data. I mean, here are a couple stat points from this statistical data. It says, for example, the national assessment of educational progress, testing students, I guess the program is called the national center of education statistics, they reported that math testing scores in 2019 across the country for black, fourth graders were 47 points lower than those who were white. White fourth graders had an average NAP math score of two 73 while black students only had a two 26. Black students were also not just lower than white students, they were also lord of Hispanic students, students, Hispanic students, average score was two 33 in man. Let me continue since the trend of the NAE test was even worse for fourth graders reading scores. Their reading scores in 2019 had black students 54 points lower than white students. And we could continue to go on, said students, black students were the lowest scoring ethnic groups and fourth grade reading with an average score for whites being two 58 and Hispanics two 13 and blacks two O four. The Washington Post reported that only 28% of black students in kindergarten through second grade across the district were hitting literacy benchmarks in the fall of 2021, compared to 70% of white students. It gets even worse. This statistic that I read. This is a test given in the fall of 2019 showed that 44% of black students in D.C. public schools were hitting expected literacy benchmarks, only 44% of them, not even half. Somebody explain this to me. And this is why I keep harping on these leftist policies and why I don't understand why black people are voting for Democrats. The whole premise is to use black people as useful idiots to push an agenda, the leftists want to push an agenda and who's dumb enough to fall for it is black people. Why
"uncle tom" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
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"uncle tom" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"You can see one if you want to get it, you want to get a head start. So you know, you know, when you watch a sequel, you always got to watch the first movie so you have context. Uncle Tom, the movie is free. Right now on YouTube. Go on YouTube. Go to Uncle Tom on YouTube and go watch the movie. I'll put it on my comment section. So for people who follow me, you'll see it there too. And therefore, you can just click right at it. I want to get back to the conversation about young men in this country, leadership in this country, but before I get to that, I want to read this story headline. It says California's county saw 70% of criminal suspects released and zero bail committing new crimes. So right, 70% of criminal suspects released on zero bail, committing new crimes. 70% of people who were, they led them out because there's no, there's no cash Bill crap. They're committing new crimes. I just, I can't believe that these people. I mean, I'm not going to even talk about it anymore.
"uncle tom" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"Into the conversation that we're going to have because I was speaking about before of how God orchestrates the relationships that we should have, the lineage or the linear belief system or structure from a husband to a wife. You know, the family structure, the destruction that you have. You are married man. You have children. You believe in the same thing I believe in is the man being the head of the household. But I want to for you to describe how that nuclear family has been torn apart in the negative effects that it has on the community and how that relates to Uncle Tom two. Yeah, absolutely. I mean, it's no accident that God created the structure of the family. I mean, marriage in the union between a man and a woman is literally as old as dirt. Whenever God created Adam and Eve, he created them to be with each other. And so the black community, as they emerged from slavery, they practiced that.
"uncle tom" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"They have a conflict sometimes when it comes to race specific issues. And I'm a firm believer that this film is not only for the consumption or the viewer, the viewing from Americans of African descent. But can you explain to the audience and if this is your consistent opinion, can you explain to the audience why this is important not just for black people, but for every single American today? It's important because what it shows you is what made America great is our reliance on judeo, Christian values. And as we get away from those, our country is being undermined. As we get away from the belief that America is a shining city on a hill, you're having a growing number of people on the left of all races believing that America is systemically racist that capitalism is fundamentally flawed and nothing could be further from the truth. We show how entrepreneurs coming out of slavery were buying buildings in Harlem for crying out loud. That's what caused the Harlem renaissance. Now you go through Harlem and you find anger and despair and many people in academia are in Hollywood in the media have no blooming idea about the history of this country and we explore it in Uncle Tom too. And by the way, you are quoted in Uncle Tom two Brandon and saying, I'm now beginning to question the civil rights movement because as honorable as MLK was, he was also somebody who basically believed in wealth redistribution. There is a quote, it's not in the film where he said, if the city is 30% black, 30% of his business leaders ought to be black. Are you kidding me? Does that apply to the NBA? I mean, he was a religious leader. He was not an economics leader and did not understand capitalism and did not understand the value of entrepreneurship. Yeah, Larry, you hit the nail on the head when it comes to the idea that I'm starting to question things because when I look at BLM and I look at the way they're being expressed in the media, the mainstream media, they're glorified. Now they've been hushing a little bit because the drama that has gone on, but they've glorified BLM. They're acting like the summer rides weren't as violent as they were and that this was a necessary step moving in the right direction for America. And so when I look at it, I say, look at the revisionist history that is going on, even with BLM, is there a possibility that we have been duped and there's a revisionist history of the civil rights movement. You know, I was listening to Chad Jackson, and I know he's going to come on.
"uncle tom" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"I'm your host Brandon Tatum. I've totally totally totally forgot to mention the great man himself, Larry elder. He's joining me in this segment. I thought it was another segment. He joined me in this segment to talk about the movie Uncle Tom two. Ladies and gentlemen, without further ado, help me welcome the great Larry elder. Brandon, how are you? I'm doing well. Larry, let's get right into this. I'm in both documentaries, Uncle Tom Wong Uncle Tom two. I thought Uncle Tom Wong was a phenomenal movie. I didn't think that it could get any better. However, Uncle Tom two I've seen most of it, it is one of the most incredible documentaries that I have ever seen in my life and I do not think that anybody anywhere will ever find this much material this much evidence and be able to present it in a succinct way in a movie. Can you talk to my audience about Uncle Tom two and your thoughts? Absolutely. Like you, I did not think that we could outdo Uncle Tom one because I thought that was a phenomenal movie. I know it sounds self to self serving. I was exactly producer. But this is even better. This is godfather two to godfather William. It took it to another level. The first one, as you know, talks about the post slavery struggle that black Americans thought against horrific racism, Jim Crow, KKK, yet black kept moving forward. Why reliance on family, reliance on God, patriotism and a belief in entrepreneurship. Fast forward, we have organizations like Black Lives Matter that 85% according to a recent poll Brandon support. Think about that. 85% supported organization whose founders are self described, trained marxists. Marx wanted to dethrone God if we point out an Uncle Tom two, he opposed private property, so therefore he opposed entrepreneurship and Black Lives Matter had on their website, their opposition to the nuclear intact family. So the very things that made black people survive and grow even in the face of horrific obstacles, faith, family, God, entrepreneurship, private property, are refuted by Black Lives Matter in so many people on the left today. So what Uncle Tom two does is talk about how Marxist socialists collectivists have co opted the civil rights movement and change it from a struggle for equal rights to a determination for equal results. One is owed the other is not. The other has to be earned. And now you have a phenomenon where because so many people have married the government and so many kids now into the world without a father married to the mother, you have this dysfunction and virtually every urban area in America. We have men hanging out in the corner, hating America, believing the country is systemically racist, believing the country is holding them back, having an anti education attitude to the point where 85% of black 8th graders in America can not read or do math at grade proficiency. That means 85% of black 8th graders are functionally illiterate and that's because the civil rights movement has been hijacked by people who have other agenda and not the agenda and the best interest of black people. All I can say to that Larry elder is a man ladies and genuinely listening to Larry elder the sage of south central. Larry, I know that a lot of people in this country have a conflict sometimes. I see a lot of people.
"uncle tom" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"As promised, the officer Tatum Brandon Tatum is my guest. He's a former Tucson police officer. He's the founder of the Tatum report dot com, CEO of three companies, cofounder of blexit. What? Brandon Tatum, welcome to the program. Thanks for having me. It's always a joy to talk to you. I saw you on the plane with your family when we were all headed down to Mar-a-Lago for the premiere of 2000 mules, so you and I are crazy enough to actually care about elections. It's good to know that I'm not the only one. Great to see you. And I want to talk to you about the film that our friend Larry elder has made, what can you tell us about the film? I mean, I told my audience a little bit about it, but how did you get to be involved in it? Well, Justin Malone, before, I guess I could say he's the genesis of this idea of exposing what really happened in the black community, the history of black people in America, the untold history. And I would argue that it's the true history, because we've been told for way too long, way too often, that black people have been just set in a plight ever since the day that we landed here in America and that we have been hated and we don't belong in this country all the way up until now. And that's not true whatsoever. And so Justin Malone had this idea he partnered with Larry elder and they created one of the most incredible films that I've ever seen and I was blessed enough to be in it. And that was the first version of Uncle Tom. And then there was a lot more to unpack in more details. I think that was, you know, to put all that in the first movie would be too much for people to stomach because it is a lot of information and a lot of shocking information. And so they came up with Uncle Tom two to expand on the ideas and show how Marxism has infiltrated the black community and we went from prospering and having hope and loving God to hating this country and to putting the government over God,
"uncle tom" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"Larry, let's dive in here because of course we're talking to the great Al dusky Larry elder my traveling companion to Hawaii with a great cruise that we all went on. We had a blast. His movie Uncle Tom two is about to be released. You can pre order it at Salem now dot com. We played the trailer and one of the quotes is this is a very layered subject and wow, is it ever to be able to connect the dots and look at the effects of Marxism into this entire narrative that we are we are a racist nation where an oppressive nation, first of all, there are no sacred cows in Uncle Tom two. I mean, if people expect this to be a kid glove treatment of the civil rights movement of race relations in America, think again, I know how proud you were of Uncle Tom, but while Uncle Tom two takes this whole story to new heights, Larry. I think it does. And by the way, you can see Uncle Tom won for free on Uncle Tom dot com. We thought it was very important for people to see it first before they see Uncle Tom too. But you're quite right. There are no safety cows, including the great Martin Luther King. He of course was pursuing equal rights, the movement had been co opted by communists by collectivists by socialists who are pursuing equal results. There's a big difference between equal rights and equal results. Uncle Tom one was about the emergence of black from slavery. With a spirit of entrepreneurship, a spirit of education, a spirit of hard work, a spirit of optimism, to the point where in 1940 Michael, 87% of blacks live below the federally defined level of poverty, 20 years later, 1960, that number had fallen to 47. That's a 40 point drop in 20 years. The greatest 20 year period of economic expansion in the history of black America. Now why? Because the strong families, most kids were raised by two parents. Both kids were taught about entrepreneurship. Fast forward, the movement now is led by organizations like Black Lives Matter whose cofounders are, quote, train marks is by their own admission. And Mark says, you know, wanted to dethrone God will believe in God was a foundation for blacks emerging from slavery. Marx, of course, oppose ownership of private property. Entrepreneurship was the spirit that made blacks struggle from slavery and kept marching forward and Black Lives Matter on their website opposed the nuclear intact family, which again was the bedrock of white blacks did so well and continued to march forward despite Jim Crow laws, despite the horrific professors, despite the before the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 64 before the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 65 before a loving versus Virginia before Brown versus education, still blacks move forward. Now you have this culture of anger, if I believe in systemic racism, a belief pushed by people that push theories of critical race theory that black people are eternally oppressed and the white people are eternal oppressors. It's an absolute travesty what's happened to the civil rights movement in the last hundred years and Uncle Tom two tackles this. I am astounded at it. I learned so much from it and I'm excited to be able to tell everybody how to get it. You can pre order it now. It's not available yet. It's Salem now dot com. But it's coming.
"uncle tom" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"If we did anything wrong for the four years of Trump, it's that we sat back on our heels, not anymore. The Mike Gallagher show. Finally, to secure our country, we have to secure our borders and there's never been anything like what's taking place at our border. Our open borders are a gaping wound allowing drugs, gangs, child traffickers, human smugglers, and tens of thousands of dangerous criminals to foreign to our country. That's every week. When you hear tens of, that's every week. In the relief factor dot com studios. Here's Mike. I can't wait to find out what Larry elder thinks about this raid on Mar-a-Lago. I've been looking forward to my conversation with Larry for a long time. Of course, Larry veteran broadcaster, attorney, and documentary filmmaker. An Uncle Tom was the runaway hit Uncle Tom two is about to be released. I saw it a week or so ago and it just blew me away. Here's the trailer from Larry's Uncle Tom two, which will be available at Salem now dot com. Many of our people's mind have been whitewashed. If a Negro comes up to you and you turn your back on it, you've got to run to the hunky. We're going to take time and patience with our people because they are all of the Uncle Tom's we're going to sit down and we're going to talk. And when they flap, we're going to bow. And I'm going to try to bring them home. And if they don't come home, we go off them. That's all. How are you? Great. Thank you. What we're covering is a very layered thing. We're talking about over a century of tactics, writings. Education, journalism, Martin Luther King music. Film. All these different vehicles being used to carry out this ideology. Uncle Tom two, and it's a movie that you're not going to want to miss. Now Larry appeared at cpac the other day in Texas and he, according to the headlines, here's the New York Post, he teased a possible run. Let me, as we bring the sage for south central into the show, let's get him the appropriate welcome music. To the Mike Gallagher show, mister elder, it's great catching up with you. You tease a presidential run at cpac. Are you going to run for are you going to run for president? Michael Gallagher, you of all people would know better than to leave everything you read in a newspaper. No. I am giving it strong consideration. As you know, we collected about a 150,000 individual donors, one of whom was my Gallagher, had better than were outside of California. We got three and a half million votes on the replacement side of the 58 counties in California. I carried 57. The only one I lost was San Francisco and waiting for it, Michael, I lost that by a whopping 149 votes that did not spend one dime and advertising or one minute campaigning there because we thought it was a lost cause. So by any stretch of the imagination it was to extraordinary run and I was encouraged by a lot of people to think about something beyond California because the math in California is daunting. There hasn't been a Republican who's won statewide in 20 years. Republicans are outnumbered three to one. It is almost impossible if you're going to run at the conservative, you know, pro life, borders, pro school choice, low taxes, low regulation, and non climate change, and marvelous. If you run like that, it's almost impossible to win in California. I'd have a better shot, frankly, at winning something nationwide. And I am taking a look at it. Taking a look at it. That's a look at it. All right, that's the takeaway breaking some news here. You're taking a look at it. But you know something I've been thinking a lot about your gubernatorial run and where we are now. You know, I don't think there's a question in there's not a doubt in my mind that if the California race were run today, Larry elder wins handily, people are fed up with these failed Democrat policies and now the weaponization of the Justice Department and the way the left is giddy, the Democrats are giddy about the persecution of Trump, the way they're going at him from all sides. Larry, I mean, you're not just a candidate or a figure. You represent a movement, you represent a resistance to this machine and now it's going to be felt in the culture with Uncle Tom two, I saw it. I watched it last week. My mouth hanging open, I can't wait to share my feedback with you about the movie and I want to hear more about Uncle Tom too, but one more question about the way we are where we are today. Could you have ever expected or anticipated or believed that the FBI would go with guns drawn and converge upon Mar-a-Lago and go through Melania Trump's underwear drawers? I mean, this is Larry people are so angry about this. I know you're doing great work over at the epic times and you're still a force to be reckoned with. I've never seen our audience as enraged and as frightened as they are right now. I agree with you. I never ever thought anything like that would happen to a former president even one as low by the deep state as Donald Trump. This is beyond outrageous. And all they've been done is galvanize the right, fundraising is shot up. The percentage of Republicans now are who say they believe in a deep state that they believe in a two tier system of justice has gone up. The percentage of people who believe that Donald Trump orchestrated a coup has gone down, the percentage of people who believe that Donald Trump is innocent of the allegation that he orchestrated a coup has gone up. So this whole thing is absolutely absurd. And honestly, there have been presidents that have violated the records archives act before. What you do is you sit down, you send it, you work it out. And what I've heard, Michael, is that Donald Trump was doing just that. He had an over had turned over boxes. I had socialized with them when they were going through things. Everything was going fine. All of a sudden, Merrick Garland decides to do this kind of mafia third world kind of hit. It's outrageous. Our outrageous. And it can't be about the presidential records act. There's just no way senator Tim Scott said that today in South Carolina. It can't be about that. Everybody is trying to connect the dots and I think rightfully so they're trying to cast as wide a net as possible, Larry to try to find anything they can to block him from being able to return to the Oval Office. Here's the fallacy. Here's what's such a joke about Liz Cheney's belief that Trump must be stopped. Trump doesn't return to the Oval Office without millions and millions and millions of Americans. We don't have an emperor who could pull a switch. So they don't hate Trump. Larry, they hate us. Well, that's right. And this whole business about Donald Trump being an election to deny is also insulting. Win for years, Democrats have denied elections. Al Gore to this day will tell you that the election was stolen from him by the Supreme Court. Hillary for the four years of Donald Trump presidency referred to him as quote illegitimate her word not mine that the election was stolen her word, not mine, even though J Johnson testified under oath, Obama's Homeland Security secretary, not a single vote tally was changed by the Russians. However, a YouGov poll in 2018 found 66% of Democrats believe the Russians change vote tallies to elect Donald Trump. Also, Jay Johnson said, we don't know whether or not the Russian interference altered the outcome of election all through public opinion, we can't determine that because we have to have a world where there was no interference in compared to a world where there was, we can not do that. We don't know. But a Gallup poll, same year 2018 Michael found 78% of Democrats believe the Russian interference quote alter the outcome of the election in favor of Trump. In other words, a greater percentage of Democrats believe 2016 was stolen the Republicans who feel the same way about 2020. Yet Hillary social media platforms have never been shut down even though she had been pushing the big lie close quote about 2016..
"uncle tom" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"Video clip where congressman Ron Paul back in 1988. This was 1988, and even way back then, Ron Paul was sounding the warning cry about what the FBI could be. You know, most of our history, we didn't have those institutions. The FBI came in during the First World War. And interestingly enough, the one thing that Woodrow Wilson did, he used the FBI to spy on American citizens and actually arrest them if they disagreed with his foreign policy about going to war in Europe. It is an interesting how recent they used it in the a Vietnam era. Democrats used there. Republicans used the FBI to spy on a hundred different groups in this country, including the churches, who disagreed with the policy in Central America, almost looks like the FBI was designed to spy on Americans who might be disagreeing with policy, especially the foreign policy. So the FBI, although I don't think I can condemn everything they've ever done because I'm sure some of the investigations and investigation of crime has been beneficial, but that could be accomplished through Justice Department within our states. We wouldn't reject that portion of it. But I think the FBI has kept and continues to keep a lot of records on a lot of individuals. The CIA has only been here since 1947. Their record is lousy. Well, that was during his 1988 presidential run when he suggested we should abolish the FBI.
"uncle tom" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"Uncle Tom is all about the struggle of black conservatives throughout America from the time of slavery until right now that people like look at T Washington have always believed in hard work, accountability and becoming excellent. And his argument was that even in the face of racism, if you learn a skill, a job, a trade, as well as or better than somebody else, you will be rewarded because people want the best. They want cheap. They want good quality. They want things that work. When I was a kid, I used to spend summers, my moms ranch. And my mom, mom, farm, rather. My mom told me there was a black man who couldn't read or write, who was the best chimney maker in the south. And the way of determining a good chimney maker is somebody that does not order too many bricks because if you order too many, the guy that's ordering them has to pay for them and to make sure that Jimmy does not smoke. It's not leak. And she said he was always employed by all these white people that wouldn't invite him in for tea, but they'd invite him to their chimney because he was the best. And so there have been many examples of that. We explore that in Uncle Tom one about people that worked hard to learn the skills and learn trade even in the face of tremendous racism and Jim Crow still managed to succeed and to overcome. And then we talk about how this attitude has now been changed by these people like Jesse Jackson and Al sharpton and Patrice colors, the cofounder of Black Lives Matter, essentially telling black people that you're victims. Always victims. Eternal victims, if victims of systemic racism, enduring racism, foundational racism, to the point where it's changed the attitude of a lot of black people and the worst work ethic of a lot of black people and more importantly the family structure. With the welfare state, as I said, a million times, we've encouraged women to marry the government and we've encouraged men to abandon their financial and more responsibility. And now we have not a scandal, but a scandal and a crisis, Brandon, 85% of black 8th graders are neither mass nor reading proficient. 85%, that means 85% of black 8th graders are functionally illiterate. And the NAACP just had their annual convention and what are they talking about? Reproductive rights, voting rights, student debt, and police brutality. That's their agenda. And so if long as our so called black leaders are focusing on the wrong thing, the solution will forever be elusive.
"uncle tom" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"This is the officer Tatum show. Welcome back, ladies and gentlemen, you're listening to the officer Tatum show Larry elder is gonna join me at the top of the next hour, 4 p.m. Pacific standard time. We're gonna talk about Uncle Tom, the movie part two. I was in Uncle Tom one, tremendous movie. There is no documentary. And let me say movie, it's a documentary. There's no documentary that is out that I have ever seen that matches what Uncle Tom documentary has done. Match match with facts, reality, and answering the tough questions that nobody want to really answer. And in many cases, they can't answer because they're too fake. So I can not wait for Larry to be on so you guys stay tuned. Story of the day. I told y'all I told y'all I told y'all, this was happening. I told you, I told you. Black family sued sesame place for $25 million. Alleging discrimination. I knew it was all about the money. And for those of you who are not familiar with the situation, it was a viral video online out in Philadelphia where I think it was in Philadelphia. Where a black family, it's just like, it's an 8 second clip. And you know that there's more to it, but you know they cut the clip. An 8 second clip showing shows a character from Sesame Street. Walking down a road only like a parade and there's kids on the side families on either side of the roadway. The camera only shows 8 seconds of the Sesame Street character, shaking their hand at high 5 and people and then they shook his hand. I don't know if it's a he or she or whatever whoever's behind the mask. Shook your hand at one group of people off camera, walked over to little girls so standing up, two black girls, they have their hands stretched out and he kind of shakes the hands at them and continue to walk.
"uncle tom" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Hill Thompson. In 2014, Paul clarence Thomas, an Uncle Tom. In a speech to the new Nation of Islam. Which believes intermarriage or race mixing should be prohibited. So that's the kind of chairman we have on this committee. And by the way, Samuel L jackass out there keeps promoting credit cards and everything else, folks. Anything Samuel L jackass supports you should not to. Is a radical left wing jackass. And a lousy actor to boot. And good job over there at the drudge report, you destroyed your brand. You're just another media punk. Basically regurgitating what the Democrats and the government tell you. I remember when you were a class act, I remember when you were a true radical. Now, you're worse than the rest. I guess you really into all the social scenes now, huh? You and your buddy and it's too bad. What a shameless joke you've become. Biden's inflation is a complete disaster in getting worse. Food shortages. Supply chain issues soaring fuel prices are all the new normal. But worry not America. The Democrats, the rhino Republicans, and of course, the corrupt media are coming to your rescue. How? Well, by attacking the justices in one spouse, by trying to get Donald Trump put in prison, by pushing for gun control, you know, stuff like that. These clowns have zero interest in dealing with real problems and finding solutions. They're only interested in pushing the radical left agenda and empowering themselves. Remember, this is remember this the next time you fill up, you know? It's very expensive out there. So where