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What is going on in Wauwatosa?

Vicki McKenna

36:32 min | 1 year ago

What is going on in Wauwatosa?

"Has. I don't want to be stuck wearing my old outdated glasses because I want to wake up and just be able to see because enough is enough at the eye center. We've heard it all all the reasons why it's time for. LAZIC. Over the past thirty years, the center is helped tens of thousands of people realize the Freedom Lacy Bites now is the time for twenty percents off for a limited time with one of northern Virginia's leading surgeons plus get an additional eight hundred dollars off when you schedule within thirty days, register for your savings and schedule your free consultation. Now at the Ice Center Dot Com some restrictions apply. Broadcasting Planet managing the city and the world on iheartradio. Vicky mechanics show to be a part of the program called the WHO Chunk Gaining Wisconsin. dells toll free line at Eight, seven, seven, three, five, thirteen. Email Vicky at WNBA DOT com now here's mechanic. Good afternoon. Welcome to the program it's the Vicki mechanic show. Vicki McKenna. Here's what's coming up on the program. It's sort of a theme show every now and again just by accident the show finds a theme. So here's the theme of the show. What happens when you lower the bar so that anybody can get over it. What happens when you lower expectations when you lower standards? What happens? Let's kind of the theme. Of this program. One of the one of the topics on the show today is the announcement from the Madison schools that they will be eliminating the concept of failure. Eliminate it. So everybody succeeds if there's no failure right if. Not. Possible to fail then everybody succeeds in everybody's succeeds everybody is by definition successful. Are They not? Talk about these. Themes. On. The program today here's one from yesterday. This is A. This billboard that was in the Milwaukee area put up by a group called Urban Cure. This is the group that was founded by star Parker. Star Parker has an incredible story. Star Parker was someone who is a welfare cheat a drug addict. Promiscuous. Had had multiple abortions. Turn to God. Clawed her way. Out of dependency in poverty crime and misery. So urban cure puts up a billboard. That says tired of poverty finish school take any job get married save investing. Give back to your neighborhood. That's controversial. That's controversial. Clear channel outdoor. took the billboards down claiming that they didn't meet their editorial standards. What did we just do here? We just lowered the bar didn't we? Something as basic as advice like finish school, take any job get married save and invest give back to your neighborhoods. Suddenly. That's too much. Is. Triggering. It's offensive somehow people who don't WanNA finish school take any job get married saving investing give back to their neighborhoods. Lower the bar. Not Allowed to even present a printed message. that. Because, we can't have any kind of expectations of people in society. Now we're gonNA, talk about the Tosa officer. Joseph Mensah. Who has? Done everything. These things finished school got a job saved an investment. I don't know if he's married. is given back to his neighborhood in the form of his civic contributions law enforcement officer, Black Guy. We've lowered the bar so far. For People who are. From distressed backgrounds that shooting at a cop. Shooting. At a COP is not. Enough. To be angry at a criminal. Instead. We've lowered the bar so much that the problem in the equation of thug shooting copies the COP. You were talking about the convention obviously Joe. Biden read from a teleprompter and didn't stick his foot in his mouth and chew. We've lowered the bar so much for this guy. That all had to do was not stick his foot in his mouth and chew and he was going to be heralded as some great orator. So that's it's sort of accidentally. Set itself up. As a theme show today. Theme show. This is worse than just jokes about participation, trophies. This is doing real serious and deadly damage. To our culture. To. OUR GOVERNMENT To the WAY WE INTERACT WITH PEOPLE All in the name of equity by the way the bar lowering is all in the name of equity. Lowering the bar for Joe Biden, how that fits with equity but because Democrats and progressives want him to be president and he is pledged his fidelity to all of their crazy. Identity politics ideas I guess he's the guy who is going to be shepherding in a whole new American era of lowering the bar. But we lower the bar in America for one group of people. What happens It's not just going to be for one group of people you're going to lower the bar for everyone. So when we lower the bar for the entire nation. What could possibly go? Wrong? Here's what could go wrong failure civil war. Riots. Firebombings. Well, let's see failure. We have cities that have already failed civil war I. Don't know what you what you're calling what's going on in. PORTLAND. But at ENA protest riots also described Portland Seattle. Wa Wa Tosa Madison Chicago And firebombings. So we've already had this begin to happen in the country unless we do something about it. At some point in our in our lifetimes if you're listening to my voice right now at some point in our lifetimes. We will be we will be alive to bear witness to the end of this experiment in ordered liberty. I'm going to take a break. You're going GONNA come back and start with Walla Tosa police officer Joseph. What did he do? He confronted a thug who pointed a gun at him. And before the thug shot him, he shot the thug. But in our Low expectation culture. He's the bad guy. He's the bad guy. John Milan ski who is the? President is going to join me on the program as I said, also, still ahead, Madison schools eliminating the concept of failure. A. Message about how to get yourself out of poverty. So simple yet so Difficult that it has to be eliminated because somebody decided it was offensive to have any expectations of anybody at all will be right back. And we're. Back. Account show. What message does it send? When? The criminals. Are The heroes. And the police are the enemies was what kind of message do you suppose? Do you suppose that sends to criminals? What kind of message do you suppose that sense to young people who have yet to form any kind of reasonable idea and highs? How Society Works? What kind of what kinds of things are being internalized by both the criminal? Element in in a city in a state and young people. Not. Good. But this is what we've done. We've now decided that criminals are heroes. Cops are the enemies. And when you say that criminals are heroes. The young people who are looking at this who are internalizing these messages say, Oh, the guy who points the gun at the cop he's the good guy, the cop who points the gun back and shoots the guy with the gun. He's the bad guy. So the one guy who stands for fair law application to all of us, he's bad. The thug who just wants to shoot people and take whatever other people have worked for. He's the hero. Joe. Mil- I'm sorry John Lonski is on the phone is the president of the Walla Tosa. Peace Officers Association, talk about the case of Joseph. Mensah. Welcome to the program. Let's start there John I. Know that's not specifically about the case and the way the city of Walla Tosa has behaved, which is appalling. But as a police officer when you see this nonstop, the COP is always the bad guy. The thug is always the good guy doesn't that probably translate to a lot more thugs. Does the Vicki year year correct and you know it's disheartening and and honestly it hurts when you talk to a lot of law enforcement officers who has spent the greater part of their life in career looking out for members of their community to suddenly be the bad guys. and. Now we've got officer Mensah who was in a conference I know you can't speak specifically about the case, but we can just say general he was in a confrontation with a suspect who had a gun pointed at the officer the officer shot the suspect with the gun. This is under investigation. The investigation has not yet been completed and this police officer somehow has become. The target does your of the people who WanNa flip the script on who should be the heroes and who should be the enemies, and so this guy has experienced tax at his own home on his girlfriend. Personal. Attacks himself the mayor members of the city council have put out information that is designed to to bias the public opinion against this officer. And you know I mean. It doesn't seem like there's a at least in terms of media. There's there's a big interest in pointing out the fallacies of what has been going on and the bizarre flip script on all of this. You're correct although I don't get a starting to gain more attention. So, so Let's let's start with the mayor the mayor just recently. Mary McBride just, recently. Put out a statement claiming that he had experts tell him that no police officer had ever been involved in three fatal officer involved shootings before that he claimed that it's not true and refuses to identify his experts but this is now information that is being. Promoted in an official capacity by the leader of the city, and that can only have the effect of making people think that this officer did something. Awful. Lot of people who may be on the law enforcement community aren't aware of a number of the other officer involved shootings. Around the country and so when that misinformation is out admittedly the public in discredits the character of the individual. Officer. So, you've asked the mayor to retract that statement. His response was basically I don't want to quibble over quote factual disagreements. You know it's not a factual disagreement that information to claim that this is something unusual and it's not that an officer was involved in multiple officer involved shootings. Leaving that out, there is to suggest that this officer did something wrong. Here's something else that does it influences the investigation hasn't been completed yet. Crack in pointed out other instances in which officers have been involved in three or more fatal shootings. That this is not as unique as the public is being led to believe. And we just tried remain focused on the fact, which is how you have to look at an individual officer involved shooting. Two of two of the three have already been investigated. He was found to not have committed a crime or violated policy or acted on toured or unusually. The third one again has investigation that has not been completed has been hanging out there for months and months presumably hung up by the political. Circus that has been that has been forced forced on it. So when do you expect to have something in the way of a determination of the latest officer involved shooting? Again, you take a look at it in on its face it looks like a pretty easy case to decide. Why they keep that there is An overwhelming amount of information related to an investigation with an officer involved shooting, and so the District Attorney does want to do due diligence and thoroughly go over every detail and all that information. So understandably, it does take them a long time. They don't issue decisions immediately because again, they're not making their decision based on emotion they're looking at the facts. All right. So we're still waiting for the ultimate determination on an officer, Meneses involvement. Meanwhile, what has been going on is you have elected state representatives you members of the was why would host the city council? You have people who have nothing to do with wallet toasts in a group called the People's Revolution. You have organized attacks on this officer's home you have organized harassment of this officer on a regular on a fairly routine basis. and. All this again is designed to make it seem that the police the police is the bad guy. The COP is the bad guy nobody is talking about the suspect who had pointed a gun at the police officer nobody is even bringing that up. But here you've got now what seems to be a I guess a movement that has a life of its own and official rubber-stamping by the mayor of while we're Tosa at least one older person from Wa Tosa and at least one state representative if not to. A. You'll be involvement of that and sort of. With a committee within our city. Makes it even more difficult and unsettling situated? The People's Revolution is a group. It's a it's a radical group. It's you can go. You can go find their facebook page if you'd like to they took a few shots at me. Not Terribly effective. But when they do land, hit it lands pretty pretty aggressively, and now this is this is the group that is attacked officer Mensah who by the way if you don't already know as is an African American police officer. there. Reading this correctly, they have been asked to source members to an ad hoc committee to review police policy. I, you are correct There are actually two members that are the chair and vice chair of that ad hoc committee. On policing stomach inequity in Walla Costa. Also correct in that, at least one of the people who was arrested at officer men's home or at least four and incident officers Mensa Memphis home shotgun. was fired at the door of the police officer has I believe it was his girlfriend's home? That person who had been charged with wielding the shotgun and firing. The blast is also a people's revolution member. You are correct. Vicky. Okay. So this is what we got got a mayor. Who thinks the thugs are the heroes in the cops are the older woman that's that's mayor McBride. By the way you've got an older woman I believe the name is heather. Cool. Am I saying the name, right? Header cool. Who thinks the thugs are the heroes? The cops are the enemies you've got a city that has decided to put people who think the thugs are the heroes and the cops are the enemies on an ad hoc committee to oversee police policy. And all of this. In the hanging in the midst of all of this as a police officer's life and career just want to know if I sum that up correctly John. Is Bizarre it sounds Vicky. Correct all right. So I did not realize that while we're Tosa was seating its government from the city of. Madison because that's that's what it sounds like is going on there. All right John I gotta take a break here. Thank you very much from the Tosa Peace Officers Association the President John Melot Ski on the phone more on this though because I know John can't really talk about the incident John can't really talk about the investigation but I can when we get back and that's what we'll do I'll be right back. All right. There we are. I can hear myself now. Fabulous Sir Welcome back to the program. You probably already heard me say that but I couldn't hear me say that. Okay. So back to this situation in Tosa and Thanks to John Lonski for being willing to come on the program. Understandably, because there's an open investigation into the latest officer involved shooting. Involving officer Joseph Mensah. He can't say a lot about that specific incident. So we've got we've got a city that has decided to cede a committee filled with anti police radicals. This sounds very much like madison filled with anti police radicals to oversee police policy. And criticize police policy and while Tosa won't Tosa by the way. Has received accolades for the types of training it's officers both through. is renowned at being a solid police department a Police Department with excellent training Protocols Police Department with good cops and an excellent procedures. So what's going on you got the mayor of Tosa seemingly looking to poison the public against this officer, you have sitting state representative David Baldwin who on a committee for families and children marching with people who are carrying loaded shotguns in an allegedly because I don't want to be stuck wearing my old outdated glasses because I want to wake up and just be able to see. Because enough is enough at the eye center. We've heard it all all the reasons why it's time for lacing over the past thirty years. The eye center has helped tens of thousands of people realize the Freedom Lake provides now is the time releasing with twenty percents off for a limited time with one of northern Virginia's leading surgeons plus get an additional eight hundred dollars off when you schedule within thirty days, register for your savings and schedule your free consultation. Now at the ice enter dot com, some restrictions apply. San Antonio Tallest. Not the same thing I seen out at the Fisher House the Fisher House Is a huge part of recovery for somebody like my husband for them to know that, their family members are being taken care of that's a huge burden off of them. So they can concentrate on their therapies just having that. That no matter what is long as we were there for Anson, that someone would be there to take care of us. It took so much weight off our shoulders. How can you help go to fisherhouse dot org quilt mostly peaceful protest against this officer something weird is happening here. And our friend Steve Spingola who is unafraid and also untethered. is on the phone retired detective Milwaukee Police Department. What do you think's going on Steve because none of this makes any sense blacktop clear cut and dry lake from everybody you know looking at this case looks cut and dry thug pulls a gun on the police officer fires a shot officer fires back kills. Thug. What's the problem? You'll really risen your you said it right. It's politics and it just comes down to the Common Council wallets I call it the smartest borderless including they just do not want to clear a Mensa and allow you know the the protesters go away because they're not and you know the thing that I watched last night at the NC. Chill. If if Biden gets into, you think this is GonNa go away. It's GonNa get worse and it's GonNa continue to get worse until law enforcement was allowed to go back out there and do what we do best, which is enforced the laws it's chaos. Because they've let it get that. Yeah. The mayor. Yeah you got the mayor they're spending the city gyn hiring an ex US attorney scooping concentrating on assuming shooting which an individual by the name of JJ they're looking at every single thing they can because the first shooting that Metsu over and the third one Alvin poll, Our textbook self-defense anybody would wars and the second shooting Anderson. It's been reviewed four times internally by Wallet Tulsa Criminally, by the DA's office Milwaukee but US Attorney's office, and then that's it had to be clued psychologically by a psychologist to get back onto the in this guy's been put through hell and those people in Waller toaster be couldn't hold this guy's band's they're just such consultations. Unbelievable. So you got the Mayor Mayor McBride who has hired. Ex US attorney. Steve. The Scoop Beg to look at the second shooting to see if they can't find a reason to fire. Mensa based on shooting that four different bodies cleared him on. And it's unbelievable can can find an attorney. Civil Court because you know turns they're paid. I'm. Not, GonNa win that case Mensa give if there's a buy candy going to Mensa comes across this Nice Guy g Anderson are part of the gun on the Sun. Let's not ask why gone on the front seat of apart, which is illegal let's not go there. Let's blame Mensah who gives clear directions law enforcement are trained and professional communication standards. MENSA gives clear orders to not move his aunt even the US Attorney Greg that you video instead it's clear there's no evidence that contradicts Mensa. He moves his hands and he shot this is cleverly self-defense investors part everybody's going to rule this everybody. S So. So you've got a mayor that doesn't have the balls to stand up to the people's Revolution the point. Right to the point where he'd be willing to put members of this radical group and by the way for the Madison people who are listening people's Revolution. On an ad hoc committee overseeing police is like Freedom Inc urban triage on the ad hoc committee in Madison overseeing police these people hate cops they want to flip the script on who's the hero and who's the bad guy. The thugs are never the bad guy because Steve I don't know if you know this but crime is a protest of oppression in white supremacy and so they terrify. City leaders. So you've got this terrified mayor who's hiring an attorney at taxpayer expense to try to find a way to to rack up this police officer when the police officer was already investigating Clinton's that's what's taking. So long I think in the third investigation, don't you think or I do and I think you're afraid to announce it right now before you know more violent protests at Mesa. You present. Mayford I'll stand up to this mayor internal we're moving is all do something because clearly out there harassing people every day why didn't assembly after journalism and how much money Macer as loss because of these protesters going out there and even restaurants around us it's just unbelievable the amount of chaos and you know it's the culture that they're letting this go with this this mayor here you know he he doesn't. He sets a curfew here. Here's a guy he draws a line in the sand like, Obama you eight o'clock curfew and then back down the first night of. People aren't emboldened by united through the noise. GonNa back them constantly. And we also know it's getting more and more dangerous as well. You've seen what has been happening as these quote peaceful protests, of course, involve harassment extortion. Right, right violence what ends up happening is is like what you saw happen at Memphis home a guy brings a shotgun this guy's by the way there's now three arrests involving. I'm bill. Was Gun. Martin. Shocking. That's because you can talk all day about how felon in possession of firearms never charged. So, so you're you're you're random thug who's now the good guy because crime is a protest of oppression who? Got We guns right got to do something about gun violence. Make sure you give the guy who's already used a gun a gun again and don't charge him and put him in jail. So they they end up now dispersing into residential neighborhoods. That is what has happened now into residential neighborhoods armed this is happening in Portland it's happening in. Seattle it's happening in Wildwood Tosa. This is now what quote mostly peaceful protests. Means meanwhile, you got officer Mensa and all indications did everything right check the box good guy got a good background got a good pass and a good story trying to do the right thing checks all the boxes, and somehow we gotta figure out a way to screw this guy because mayor McBride in Madison Sacha. Roads Conway doesn't have the the you know what's to stand up to people who are lying about police brutality. Absolutely I couldn't agree with you more you know medicine is just a class act. He's the only one in that. Group of people right there that you can have some respect for that whole coun- board is like a bunch of fighting cats and they just want to figure out a way to get rid of Mensa and and that mayor he is just. You're right. He doesn't have a set of stones is not going to do the right thing. I just want to mention what everybody in law enforcement not just volatile the wants Tony every officer in this country is standing behind men's he's not a long that's been Blue Line isn't so thin we gotta fight back but again, you don't vote for the right people we get Biden in with Kamala Harris Good luck in enforcing the laws and steam safe in this country you have in it's getting bad I saw today in Minneapolis story coming out of Minneapolis that residents are attempting to sue the city of Minneapolis for essentially tying the hands of law enforcement and attempting to defend law enforcement. Charter, that they can make this claim against I'm not sure if the same is true in Warwick Tosa or Madison Milwaukee or any place else. But the residents are so frustrated that you know that they were told by the police two weeks ago comply with criminals just comply where probably not going to help. You were probably not going to be able to help you that they've actually they've actually found an attorney to file suit. It gets bad fast. That's what people don't understand. Biden Harris the entire DNC everyone out there be the Soros money that's trying to find. A week left wing as to not charge crimes like you see going on in Madison like you see oftentimes going on in Milwaukee in Chicago. You know you've got. It there's almost no turnaround time from the moment the messages sent to the moments thugs internalize the message and things go sideways. Innocent. People. Start to get hurt and start recalling and started voting. It's not gonNA. Change. Fifty. It's time to fight back. I told you before we can't slap the hand of regardless they make a stand right now in fight back your let law enforcement do their job, and that's why we've got these laws out of your matches of victim. He is not a suspect. Let's make that clear right now. Yeah, and you know we keep hearing the suspect who pointed a gun and fired it at the police officer described as the victim. Young Man. Just like just like in the second one he was just a nice fellow sitting there with a gun. Right on the edge and flipping that so. You said when innocent people get killed, innocent people already gotten killed. Wasn't, anybody affair. Well, you know they have a lot of platitudes. Everybody's having candlelight vigils. That's unfamiliar. Candlelight vigils how Milwaukee Rembert? Commissioning Park after getting shot in the head. There's Tom. Barrett Lang of action, and that's probably about what you're going to see. About the the death of the murder of that seven year old girl. So that's but that's how fasted happens thugs get the message really quickly when law enforcement is not allowed to do its job. Let me ask you one last question before I. Run out of time in this segment Steve. Because I, just I referenced this, how often is felon in possession of a firearm charged? It's off it's draft Vicky. Vicky it's just the way that it is. I don't understand that either but you know the Milwaukee Journal. Day did a study on it. So of a bunch of. Reporters around here. It's not often it's the first thing that's. I don't know why. Because The first thing that's draw because that gets dogs put away you you're. If you're a judge with that charge in front of you have an option of a lot of jail time on that particular charge and when. When someone and here's another thing how often I love to see an enterprising reporter do this as well how often do people with career criminal histories including felonies get let out on signature bonds how often does that happen because we're seeing that more and more in more in southern Wisconsin I think southeastern Wisconsin leads the way in that one. It does they can't work with math that's the argument, but they can carry guns out in public and kill people. What's music dangerous covert is especially with these convicted salads and you've got this idiot David Dolan. Arching around sitting Mensa pull the trigger on the firearm that the peaceful protesters that bowling was. Actually. Yes. Mensa fired the jubilees this and and people sitting by. Stuff well and that, and frankly that should be and should be considered defamation and MENSA's team ought to consider going after him for that. This guy sitting on a family of children and Families Committee. How about that? This is a guy who's out there leading a protest march with people who have brought shotguns to quote be mostly peaceful mostly peaceful. Poetry. Pulled on this guy here nothing nothing from your. Nothing nothing at all and nothing at all will happen if people are weaken. Scared Enough Lazy enough complacent enough on in November to decide they want to rubber stamp the crazy that has taken over multiple cities over one hundred, fifty cities in the United States and raise your hand if you thought, Walworth Tosa ever was going to be one of them well, now it is. So these formerly bucolic little areas Tosa. People look in Milwaukee went to Tosa because it was a nice little area. It wasn't Milwaukee. It was a nice area. People were nice there Bucolic Madison you know the suburbs around Bucolic Madison. Raise your hand. If you thought that suddenly people were going to have have to confront armed rioters at their back door ready to blow the door open because you know some left-wing narrative told them to Steve. We are dying a thousand deaths. Thanks for. Appreciates me. Well I appreciate you coming on the program Steve Very very much appreciate this. All right. Again, this is what happens when he set the bar low right thugs get the message right away they react immediately. You know it's it's just open season. We gotta take a break. This is the Vicki McKenna show. Kind of goes back to that billboard that was too controversial. To be permitted. To be seen by people in the Milwaukee area the one that was up by urban cure dot org. Star Parker's think tank organization And have. Clear channel outdoor. Say, Oh, it did not meet our editorial standards again finish school take any job get married, saving investing give back to your neighborhood these messages that can't be shared their too controversial. No instead you want to lionize. Criminals. Cre claimed the criminals are victims. And the people who do you know who follow the success sequence finished school take any job get married saved investment back to your neighbor star Parker did like officer Mensa did like you did like I did. We're the bad guys. We're we're we're the enemies. Failure or success success as failure George, Orwell is rolling over in his grave. But more on this on the Madison side of the show. Madison schools have decided to eliminate the concept of failure. You know why? Equity. This is the Vicki McKenna show. Because I don't want to be stuck wearing my old outdated glasses because I want to wake up and just be able to see because enough is enough at the ice. Center. We've heard it all all the reasons why it's time for lacy over the past thirty years. The eye center has helped tens of thousands of people realize the freedom lacy provides now is the time for Lasik with twenty percent off for a limited time with one of northern Virginia's leading searches plus get an additional eight hundred dollars off when you schedule within thirty days, register your savings and schedule your free consultation now at the Ice Center Dot Com some restrictions apply.

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Monday, August 31, 2020 - The Christian Science Monitor Daily

The Christian Science Monitor Daily

11:22 min | 11 months ago

Monday, August 31, 2020 - The Christian Science Monitor Daily

"Welcome to the Monitor daily podcast. It's Monday August thirty first. Thanks for joining us I'm played holidays and I'm Samantha Lining Perth. If you're a cook. Then you've probably heard of Pepsi's Spices Bill Pens launch the company in the late nineteen eighties in Walla Tosa Wisconsin as a mail order operation Mr Pansy and activists capitalist peppered his early catalogues with his politics and never stopped letting people know where he stood as befits a culinary alchemist he's four sci. He's against the use of native American Economics in Sports in now, he starring himself into the debate over what constitutes a collateral cost of righteous protests and what's just want destruction. After the police shooting of Jacob. Blake. In Kenosha Mr Pansy again grew vocal about racial injustice and the need to fight it. Pepsi's has a store in Kenosha. Someone wrote. Mr Panzi to ask if he'd feel differently if his store were being damaged in the unrest. His Minneapolis store had its windows broken after George Floyd's killing in. May. PANSIES responded with a sweep up and it hoped mural on the plywood that replaced them. But Mr Pansy didn't site that bit of history he thought the question through he told customers in a letter. What if we looted her own store he said he asked his team, the idea snapshot it's inventory earmarked for dispersal to food pantries and organizations trying to raise money to fund change. He's now asking his customers where the products should go. Human life means everything. Mr, Pansy wrote stuff not so much. Now, today's stories. Our first story, the world's newest workers face a slippery or onramp than even those who launched into the great recession we look at some of the responses that might boost their prospects in their confidence. Genome Prestige a recent college graduate in Holland Pennsylvania Lost Her restaurant job in March. Her plans to transition to a job in teaching or nonprofit work have been put on a long an indefinite hold. Around the world unemployment has surged due to the coronavirus pandemic hitting workers age fifteen to twenty four especially hard. Columbia and Sweden have youth jobless rates of about thirty percent and historically the effects on young people's income can last long after a recession ends. Nations are seeking answers. China is easing exam role. So more people can work as rural doctors. Germany is leading on its strong school-to-work pipelines to keep youth joblessness low at five point six percent. In the US, some groups like the YMCA, of Greater, Boston trying to boost the quality of the youth jobs they offer if they can't boost the quantity. The positive experiences are important as some research has made a link between heightened youth unemployment and diminishing self confidence and negative social behaviors. You kind of just WANNA give up says Ms Lopresti but getting out of that funk is really important because while it's horrible right now, the pandemic isn't going to be forever. The story was reported by Lawrence Belsey Whitney you look Lenora chew and Scott Tyson and Jules struck in Boston, Mexico, city, and Berlin for the Monitor. Now to the other end of the generational spectrum. Even during pandemic, it turns out families don't need to trade away a sense of belonging for their elders in order to give them safety and security. The pandemic has China. Spotlight on the often obscured lives of Americans in nursing homes and the industry that runs them. But even before covid nineteen alternatives to institutional care were expanding in many states and now advocates the a chance to help more Americans aged the way they want to. Smaller scale better staffed elder-care care appears to have done better during the pandemic. The Greater Prize though is leading seniors age in their homes and communities providing a sense of belonging. Models vary from publicly funded day centers too small modular houses that can be added to existing properties or building clusters today more than half of Medicaid dollars are spent on home and community based services. Some advocates say the root of the industry's problems is not money or policy but social attitudes. In an age stratified society caring for the old isn't a common goal but a headache to solve so vulnerable. Are sent home staffed by low paid carer's. GERIATRICIAN Bill Thomas who founded the greenhouse movement to reimagined nursing homes hopes to see generational shift. What covid nineteen has done he says is changed the velocity. Instead of hoping to make something happen in ten years were trying to make it happen ten months. The story was reported by Simon Montlake for the Monitor. Culture is often hailed as a smart sustainable solution to global food insecurity but it's a solution with its own set of hurdles which entities with what values will make the rules. We found an initiative that aims to balance benefits and environmental cost. Proposed deep water fish farm about forty miles off Florida's coast could reshape the world seafood industry and a the lives of the region's fishermen. If approved Villela Epsilon would be the first aquaculture project in waters off the contiguous United States they're globe shaped pens would cultivate up to sixty four, million pounds of Sushi Quality, L. Monaco Jack Fish, meet each year creating stiff competition for those who ply the Gulfs wild catch fisheries, as well as opportunities for fishermen hoping to supply bait for the project. At stake is whether markets and permits are enough to tackle the larger ethical questions about how to integrate fish farming into the complexities of a system that includes not just the Gulf of Mexico. But Americans who make a living off it How much of the landscape in the seascape should human beings be using Ashville Cafaro a philosophy professor at Colorado State University. You have to be explicit about what your goals are. If it's to maximize profits, the fishing industry, that's one thing if your goal is to maximize. To the fishing industry in order to protect communities that's a very different one. This story was reported by Patrick Johnson and Cortez Florida for the Monitor. What happens when an identity reinforcing carnival is made less robustly tangible by pandemic rules it goes digital. Sure. It also fires up enthusiasm resumption next year. The Notting Hill Carnival held annually this month in West. London. Is second largest carnival in the world attracting over a million people here. The carnival showcases black excellence and celebrates and empowers black beauty in any shape or form, and it's deeply rooted in the community which is manifested by the many different generations that attend Organiz participate and celebrate the carnival. This year like so many community events around the globe. The Notting Hill Carnival has been canceled due to the ongoing covid nineteen pandemic. Organizers instead held a digital carnival this past weekend. But in recent years, the official parade has featured more than twenty five thousand people dress extravagantly while performing and steel bands and dance groups on the elaborately decorated floats when Halina Edwards who was born in Jamaica and raised in the Midlands of England moved to London in Twenty Fourteen, the carnival felt like a warm bath full of community. Love. 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When the corona virus truck, she coordinated inclusive infirm approach across the continent. With Mr, Putin she has demanded transparency and accountability for the suspected poisoning of Kremlin critic, Alexei Navalny. After a rigged election in Belarus Germany pushed for transparency in the vote count in prepared to impose sanctions if the regime killed anymore protesters. The world should thank the Germans and ask them for more global leadership wrote Elizabeth Bra at a British Defense think tank in April true her style Ms Merkel would probably not want such gratitude. She's too busy doing good in Europe and for its neighbors. That's a wrap for the news. You can find the full length versions of these stories and today's issue or at CS monitor. Dot Com slash daily. Come back tomorrow we have reporters on the ground in Kenosha Wisconsin gathering local perspectives on the situation there. 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8/19/20 Arrests made in Mensah attack.  Teachers.

The Mark Belling Show

2:30:15 hr | 1 year ago

8/19/20 Arrests made in Mensah attack. Teachers.

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But for most people one, trillion sounds exactly like two trillion, they can't people have a hard time differentiating between the two. This is serious. About this this is. One of the reasons why I think people often make terrible with regard to public policy on some of these school referendums, they can't wrap their heads around what the dollar about is that they're involved in borrowing for some of these projects. And I think that school officials have learned over the years. That it sometimes as it matter how much money you seek at a referendum increase. The people are GonNa vote Yes vote yes. Without regard to what the number was and the people that are gonNA vote no are probably GonNa vote no without regard to what that number is. So why not just ask for an insane amount of money because some of the people are going to vote? Yes you're going to be dumb enough they'll. They'll say yes to literally any number that you put on I think you saw that with that obscene referendum that we had while the toast. COUPLA, years ago. They came up with a number that was. I mean, we laughed about it in terms of compared to the just the population of the city of Wa wa Tosa, not even addressing the fact that there are significant re declining enrollment problems in the and with the education of quality of the Walla Tosa schools really falling in comparison daybreak communities for a lot of reasons there's reasons to believe that people transferring out the school choice thing remains real declining enrollment is continuing forever because of the declining birth rate et Cetera et Cetera et cetera without even standing that just comparing it to the actual population of the community at even if those it was outstanding school system, the number was just. An unbelievable amount of debt that was being taken on for every man woman and child in the community. For, that referendum and the point that I'd made at one of the things that I think we learned at the time. Is. You couldn't win the argument by talking to people about the dollar about. Because it while we're toes the if it was one, hundred, forty, million and ninety million or thirty million people who were in favor of what did you said it's schools we need the money. It didn't matter what it was that you said. Now I in the business of rejigging a lot of things that are going on with my life. This is what of these stages at which you have to decide how much money you're going to put aside, what do they call it? What do they call the money that it's not the this the nest egg, the safety net no, that's not it either. No it's the Pi. It's just I'd. Like if the markets corporate out whenever that buddy is, that's probably watch what wear and other Ed you're supposed to do this the all the again you know back off the about of risks that you're taking because. We're at an extremely volatile time right now I mean some things I think are clearly going to go way up and some things are GONNA go way way down said, we'll the all of these things are out of doing this out of the other day get. I mentioned that the decluttering process that's what on etc, etc etc. so that means getting rid of some stuff and buy a new stuff ad. I know what can happen When somebody says, okay, need nine figs it's like, would you go to a car repair shop at the things that are on the list by the time they get to the fifth of the six year eyes glaze over and you tend to just say, yes, go ahead and buy it go ahead and do all of it. Right rather than one by one going through each. If you went at once a week for nine weeks and they had one thing each week you get a little bit you. But when there's nine things on there all at once it's sort of glazes through but still. Most of us. I hesitate to ask how much you're televisions are worth. I just every time I ask Paul, Hamad, some of the stuff that he has his worth. If blows me away because I just let mostly tells me that I'd mismanaged my life that. Pulses TV's I don't every every time I've ever asked you what you paid for something. Haven't you said a number that shocked me by was. Every single time this is ever come up your outdoor kitchen. You're riding lawnmower. The only thing that didn't shock me was when you told me how much you paid for your carpet everything else that you you said, blew me away mostly because everything that you have is worth more than the comparable thing that I have it whatever that is. So now. But what you did once tell me how many TV's you had, which just boggled my mind you have three per person. This is what you had four people in there. They weren't you once at twelve. Ten, that's toys your daughter in there now. Sort of yeah. She she's a college I don't. It used to be that it used to be when you're college we are in there now the answer met no. Then for most of the people of her jeter, actually the older generation that yes and now it's I. Get your answer. Sort of I get that kind of sort of she she floats is that what you're saying? She'll be going to really you. You're under the impression that there will be in person education at a university sometime sometime in the next millennium. So. There's two or three depending on what our it is. Is that what you're saying? Yeah but you know two or three people that live in your house. I, you coating her dot. Yes is she there more than half the time? No see that. But I mean think about when we were kids. Even. We lived there. We would never there I mean. You you. When were you there? Like would you? You're at high school? When were you there? Like. Ten o'clock at night until six in the morning, right? Yeah, she's a little well, thank God they lifted the quaranteed Y-. There's so many people that were confused of was only Chicago Quarantine and the thing of it is it's not like the. Police aren't even arresting rioters it's not like if they saw somebody from Wisconsin they we're gonNA throw a net over them lockup for fourteen days. But the one thing that I was told you couldn't do really was check into the hotels that woods where you get into trouble other quarantine but they've taken Wisconsin off the crap this. I. Just love that a little is at night zillion kate more cases than us. The whole state of a little is been coming up to Lake Geneva door cody of the dells affecting us with the Kuroda virus and they quarantine us. They are everywhere up. There I I don't blame him. Would you want to be in? Illinois right now first of all, the proudly has and why they we all know why they go to. Kathi. The dells add too late Geneva. Illinois, it's just a matter of geography I mean it goes back to. Whether you're a creationist or somebody who believes that we had a big bag or whatever. There were glaciers that flattened out. A portion of North America, they flattened Illinois and they. Had A booth to the middle of Wisconsin that created hills, valleys, lakes, and all of the topography that we have. Whereas I mean I I lived in Central Illinois for Five Years People Think Eleven Southern Illinois I look at a map springfield is in central Illinois it is. Way South of Chicago people just don't get how long he is. I mean. I. Think Southern Illinois is in south. America that that's fine that's far outing. That'd be saying no mark belling rogue about that. Let's fact Chevy it's not in what are you doing looking at it looking at a map now to see it. Your words you. Don't you Oh, you're playing at the podcast. You can look a phone, our phones now have maps had them. I saw a guy wearing the apple watch last night. It seems very Dorky to me but then I. Admit that. It was it was both Dorky? But. I have a regular traditional men's watch on the costs. A lot of money at his thing looked like a dorky thing. But there his Dorky thing did ninety seven. You know what my watch can do tell tied that's it. That date Gimme a break. How are you? Sir Do you actually think I changed the date? No that does it want Mo- most well, maybe modern watches do my watches said on the thirty one day dates. So since that all's at thirty, one eight get skewed off for instance what I'm in June it it it it gets screwed up because it doesn't my watch as it know what month it is. It doesn't if it's a MP, this isn't a Smart Watch it say I love a probably a twelve dollar electric watch would know that but you spend two thousand dollars on a piece of jewelry and no, it doesn't no idea that in fact I look at the date. Now, that's the other thing you the date numbers on these I bet on these like a apple watches the dates really beg right. The. Okay you think mine's got the temperature at it. Hey, God. It claims its the fourteenth my watch. Okay. That's because it's bad. You know I take it in for a battery of or not? Yeah this. I have a watch that isn't a battery, but this one has a battery, but he did get into the battery they always reset it and they the guy winding around to do all that. So that means since I'm by five days that's five thirty day than February really screws you up there. So no so those watches seem Dorky but then I had bet. I only think Dorky because I don't have one but I. Don't you think they look Dorky on people. You had one and got rid. WAS IT BE? What was it an? Apple watcher just it was. Now. The Guy Twelve tells me they do way more now than they used to. It's like the I. It's like the first iphone didn't do anywhere near what the current does. Pulses it except. I mean, he's waving his finger at it's got twenty five different faces out at about how it looks. Like how we change our screensavers out our phone, my watch is always going to look like this one that side here but I have more than what that's another thing that's a single guys have too many watches like you probably don't have any decent watch at all. So that's the way I got a better car than you and I have more watches everything else there is you have more of me and then and you spend more at it right? You have say four hundred, that's that's not a bad watch binds more expensive than that. that. That's just saying watch and car, and that's how it generally works a single men. That's what we did. You married guys out everything else you have better stuffed. Than US you have wives who make you get better stuff I'm just me. I don't need a bad. What do I need that for? I like you know the other the other one this is I picked up on this year I pick up on this visit friends who are married. Married couples have way better bath towels single bed. Do you know when my bath pillow gets replaced when there's so many halls it that it literally does it I just it's a perfectly good towel. So what if it's already up there? What do I care if it looks ready up but you could you could never get away with that being married your. Wife would make you get rid of it right plus I know that I know this bathroom towels fashion statement they go ahead. You go in there and you do notice the towels that are hanging and they they color. What do you call the coordinated with the decor of the bathroom right. My Tulsa, coordinated with the governor of the bathroom it's just it's so. Like I'll pull strings it all of that stuff off but Y-. It's kind of the same thing about when a guy single guy gets rid of his socks when there's a whole it bright. There's nowhere to get regret a slacks before there's a hole in it is there. Now, I got off of this thing your TV's you're up to, ted. Is that what you were saying? Ten for three people in the house, and it's not even always three. Why do you need way more? TV's than there are people. For every road. So you've got them for every rope now. Obviously. I'm guessing some of the TV's are older than others. They're all flat screens. The most expensive TV you have what Romans it'd. Great Room. That's another one of these real estate terms. Great Room how? Great Woman Living Room. There's vaulted ceilings room. Grief We have allowed real estate agents that just change. There's somebody groups that have just changed the language satis there. I know that's new thing. Don't say master bedroom anymore the master did it have I don't even know where it came from did it have anything to do with slavery or not? What did it come from? That's just like for the man of the House would sleep. Maybe it had to do a slavery but okay, we can't say that now either apparently. So what do we call the master bedroom the biggest bedroom? Primary. I did who made them do this that the religious people do this on their own or did or the black lives matter like throw a rock through somebody's doing then we caved in that. The real estate. But is it like Marquette when they changed the warriors named nobody asked became in they just changed before they were even demanded that they changed. So in other words, this nobody even objected to it they just changed their own. A preemptive move, they don't understand that those never worked they. I admit I always thought it was a stupid term master bedroom. But now I wanna use it just because apparently it's become a controversial term. You've never never gotten an answer this question which is held up the entire course of the program the Best TV you have you because I keep getting bothered by your answers the great room shot up with your great room say them so I, don't get upset. I don't have a great room. How do you have a great room? Do you are you going to tell you have a living of and a great room? At, a great room which is bigger. The Great. Room. Is that when they call it the Great Room To how we talk we do need a revolution in our country maybe the lefties right? Maybe OC is read about the. Great Room Great Room. Yeah. Okay. That's how much does that TV class. But it was no. Fifteen hundred. That actually isn't that much. My it was new. It's see you replace yours free, but they don't you. Minus. Ten years old. Yeah I know. So I mean I spent more. But than I hang onto it for a longer period of time. So what I was saying was an hour and a half ago. When you make a decision what kind of TV you're going to buy? You to go through that I mean, I'm sure you could have bought one for eight hundred. You could have bought one for four thousand ended up fifteen hundred in between and you figured which gave you what gave you enough of the four K., U. HD smart features and all of that stuff look good enough without going absolutely crazy. But still give you all this stuff that you could be a proper suburban it with all the day with TB. That's not how it works with referendums. That close parceling outed you probably thought about twenty, three hundred and you also probably thought about a nine hundred. No, you got these nine other oems. But this one here put that in there and put the other thing that's not how it works with referendums. The Way I've worked referendums is when you explain the value of Apple, the people like you heard in our business report apple cross trillion dollars in market capitalisation today. Only one trillion when these referendums come up, people just vote for it without giving any possible examination as to why they are spending as much money they're spending or if it makes any sense to have that kind of money and it's always borrowed money in referendums, have that kind of borrowed money and communities premised on their size. and. I've been making the point for the longest time I really don't know our way out of it and now that we are facing. Probably once everything clears code significant downsizing of government budgets and probably log term. Decline in government revenues because of the number of businesses that are going to go under I think half the retail is GonNa go under I think half the restaurants are going to go under just going to be a permanent change and shifted the way our economies are set up and we've seen we certainly see some of that happening anyway, and it's going to affect the ability of state governments to kick money to the school. Districts is another component that's going to come in and daddy is I'm going to get the shortly I believe. That one of the miscalculations that the public schools are is. It's not all GonNa. Happen right now because it's real hard for parents to just decide. August nineteenth I'm going to switch schools for my kid. I believe. That, there are going to be parrots. Look back on this. And realize that they were betrayed by their local public schools and when they needed them, they can't depend on them and it will create an opportunity for competition from private schools including some private schools that don't yet. Exist people are going to realize that everything guys like mark belling sat about letter bunch of gold brick. Lazy S stiffs. The majority of Public School teachers are turned out to be. Correct. We live in an economy in which. Millions of Americans have been deemed essential workers. Some are high end really really important jobs and others are the ultimate Brunton job pull a Bush out of the pull a Bush out of somebody's yard and planned to do what? But they were all deemed to be essential not one and we talked about this and yesterday's program. Not One of those people complained about the fact that they were supposed to go to work during the coronavirus thing it wasn't until this thing came up with the teachers that all of a sudden once again, the crybaby occurred add. There's going to be a remembrance of this even months later when the corona virus numbers turned out to prove the children are not at risk, these schools still didn't reopen and. There's going to be I'm not saying everybody's GonNa. pull their kid out but I predict next year at this time many public school districts have marginally lower enrollment because some parents said at had enough of this crap I've just not going to tolerate it. I mean the situation for example. German Dwight. Germantown pass last night is impossible for anybody to explain. It. Literally I it's alphabets and great numbers at. I am you know is between M at, is your kid between the fifth of the eighth grade, and then it's different. If you're in high school that if you're the third grader, it is impossible for even a skilled talk show host like me. To explain at as I just say. In addition to everything else some of these parents are just got to be fed up and frustrated especially that they now realize. That in Germantown, they fire you if you criticise black lives matter but they don't even have the guts to open the schools win like two people at all of Washington County in the hospital with the corona virus. Now, that's an exaggeration editor what it is but I know it's low. Three PM word. Can't get a feel for the NFL and who's going to be good. I can't even get a feel for the NBA playoffs and they're going at. I hear this. I. 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My response is I don't know I can't keep track of who anybody's coaches right now my head is spinning on all this plus we think they're going to play for the NFL. I bet it's It. Looks like better than fifty fifty doesn't it? Yeah I mean, that's the thing they play. The game have games they say they're going to play. Adult Bills, B., I l. l., S., bills. Text into two, hundred, two, hundred. Watt. Know. That's why I brought it up buffalo bills. I brought up buffalo bills because I saw the word year B. I l. spills two, hundred, two, hundred, get a text confirming entry plus iheartradio Info Standard Data and message rates apply of mistakes should wide contrast so get declared the word is bills the aisle and. You still have nearly more than all the way to four o'clock to text that it. All right now, I did this long little ramp about money. Dollars. People's inability to. Get a feel for this. This also comes up. When you see these numbers that the Democrats have throat around with their corona virus really packages not trump is very, very good. He's about the best Republican I've seen since Reagan who is brilliant added. In be able to bust through a number and expose what's going on. Trump came out and said he's trying to bail out there states that have run themselves into the ground. So they take on Rahm Emanuel never let a good crisis go to waste. They take the coronavirus thing and try to come up with a number that is so huge and they just send the money to New York to California send the money to Illinois send the money to all of the states that are bankrupted because of years of bad public policy and use all of these trillions in funny money that we're investing in throwing around to balance. Those budgets and claim that it has something to do with the corona virus trump I think got that word out and I think a fair number of people picked up on that that is more effective than talking about simply the size of the number. But when you see the size of the number you try to evaluated and you realize that just that one stimulus package. They're spending like the same amount of the federal government spends an entire year. It's not it's not quite that, but you get the point that this numbers of stimulus is and this is just the latest round of it. They create these numbers that are insanely high and the reason they create them to insanely high is they don't want the Republican Wyoming I can't say they. Don't want the Republicans to sign onto it because they'd love to see the Republicans actually bailed out all of these bankrupt Democrats they know the Republicans aren't going to sign onto it. So then they could say, look the Republicans don't care. They only care about their rich corporate fat cats, etc. so you always make a demand that you know is going to be too high. The difference that we have with regard to these school referendums is there is no demand that is too high. There doesn't appear to be any number that voters won't go. And vote to approve. Let's move forward. Three individuals have been arrested in connection with. The incident that occurred. A week and a half ago and Waubosa outside of the residence occupied by. The girlfriend of officer. Joseph. Mensah. When guys accused of firing the shotgun. And two others have really charges related to the incident? Story was first reported by a new website that's out there that Jessica brought Jessica McBride, and a couple of other people I guess are involved in Wisconsin. Right now I think they call it. They had the story first, but it's out there. In fact we met we reported last week that there were people in custody and. We thought that there were arrest. We now know that they their arrests and there are criminal charges anyway. Point, to be made about this, that doesn't have anything really to do. With black lives matter the protests that has to do with something else. But this is my best way of making it. One of the guys the guy that's accused of firing the shotgun. They went under his facebook page and he's Got Photos of himself, seemingly using drugs and carry out of on Eddie number of things, and one of the things that he carries out about his support of the gangster disciples against the disciples is an offshoot of a street gang that many years ago was originally called the black gangster disciples. Now, I don't know if there's four versions of them or whatever but the gangster disciples is a large American street gangs. And I don't know if this guy is editor, not people can say whatever they want to say on facebook but he comments positively on the gangster disciples on his facebook page. This is the guy that. Is Accused of firing a shotgun. A. Here's the point that I wanna make about this that doesn't have anything to do with black lives matter. For those of you who live in Wasa. Understand That this man. WHO's on face, but he lives in Milwaukee by the way not Tosa. Carries out about how great the gangster disciples are. He has more ability to sway public officials at Wa Tosa than somebody who owns a house lives in that city for fifty. Years. They will give more attention. To somebody from Milwaukee. Who Supports Street gangs then they will to a resident of their own committee has been paying taxes for decades. And we've seen this so far. The needle at Wobble Tulsa has been moved by so-called peaceful protesters. Even. Though as it turns out, they might be either gang supporters are gang members. That has moved the needle. The Needle Eduardo tose has not been moved at all by the residents of the community who are sickened. At what is on there? It is agitators and protesters largely from outside the community. one of whom was willing to fire a shotgun after people invaded the residents of a law enforcement officer from Milwaukee because her boyfriend was in the. House. Trashed and vandalized the exterior threw bricks and rocks through it fired a shotgun near the ear of what are the residents of the home. That crowd that has been doing that. Largely Non Tulsa residents. Has Been. Far, more successful in lobbying Wa Tosa city government that the people who live there that proud demanded that. Officer be fired. They're in the process of firing him. He says basement suspended. By the vote of the city council and the fire and police commission, they haven't yet finalized the fired. They WANNA get the police chief fired. They might get that. The next thing as you know that I've claimed that they're GONNA do is go to try to get the cops out of Mayfair go to say they don't want police patrolling Mayfair ever that it becomes an intimidatory thing it's just going to be nonstop again and again and again and again and again and again, and the fact that the batteries so far at least. What These protesters at again I don't know that they're all gang members. You know I don't think David Bulletin a Gag I don't think Jonathan Brasov said again, he just a white guy from the east side of Milwaukee out there trying to act like a revolutionary taking part in these riots that are going over there. But what we do know is that a significant number and maybe the vast majority are not from Wa Tosa. They have gotten. So far just about everything they've demanded. Now. Here's where I'm going with this. I. Don't always take the straight lied to get there but you know what? Life's not a straight line. I contend that this background and context that I get helps people to understand things. So again, leave this as the basis for eight now in Wildwood Tosa. long-term residents of the community who support the police support law and order have got nowhere with their city government. They're city government instead has done a of everything that a bunch of agitators who don't live and while the Tosa have demanded. We're going to get to the why That group of. Who have agitated I listened to and long term residents of wildwood. Tosa are ignored by the mayor and city council members and so odd. We are going to do this by NSA. I don't take straight lives. We are going to do this by diverting to Sheboygan. Now. You're wondering how we're diverting to Sheboygan. Well. Here's how you get from Wyoming toasted it Sheboygan you go south it well. Getting out of what is the hardest part of this direction thing I've still never figured out how to get on a woman what's auto? Ottawa? Tulsa. You get a ninety four go north at forty three and drive, and then you see sixteen different eggs for Sheboygan and you figure out which way you're supposed to go to it. If you're a Dow, just take twenty three and drive toward the lake. Right. At that pretty much it. What is the main? What is is still twenty three there's one that's got a lot of stuff going up there at it now. Yeah. The Mall and all that it is at twenty three is at a different one. I did. Get breaking information why it's never stopped us before. You because because people will call the correct you I like now we give rugged formation because I like you being bothered by people that are correcting I. Don't know why. I'm becoming kind of a dink in my old age aren't i? I know you're all becoming. Am I more of a dig now that I was twenty years ago. No. See I'm trying to be. Auto want to be one of these guys that mellows what he's all old. Well. That's my point. I wanted to be more of a dink than I was before. I mean the alternative I suppose it just being Biden. Coming on here head. Talking. To a billings Montana and thinking I lived there something. I. Just. I telling you. I can't say that watching the Democratic convention is entertaining. It's I use the analogy I stole it from a listener. Yesterday, after watching Monday night that it was sort of like watching one of those commercials, they read in the middle of the night. In which you're supposed to get money to some racket that says that they're fighting against animal cruelty and they should add those almost all those organizations are total rip. It's like giving money to certain former packer athletes foundation and thinking you're supporting the individual charity I. Mean The reason those groups exist is because they pay members large salaries and they get large salaries because they put these things on tv but they show these pathetic animals and these always a woman with just an unbelievably annoying voice look at this they yeah. Slow the variant slow motion and it's the same thing that has been done with some of. The charities they tried to raise money for poor people overseas and so on but it's a special limited. With the animals anyway. That's what I thought. Monday Nights Democratic convention was I made it was just it was the most Debbie Downer. whiny awful. To the point that it was weird now. Posted about this thing they did on the Self I. It's I get of course it's weird. Don't have a convention. There's nobody in Milwaukee Wisconsin Conventions ten thousand people are at a big pack convention. All they give speeches, everybody cheers yells and carries on and it's a stage thing and so on. We're used to that now they've got whatever this is at its. Policies, but would you say? Paul said Biden was scared by the balloons and streamers well. You gotta be very careful with Joe Biden. Face it. If you're if you're Joe Biden right now, you know to say that Joe is a screw loose is just like a improper examination the Mechanical I think he only has one that's tightened to say, what is Lucy's just. Put. Reports on trump had an active shooter the white. House at walked back in on Rattle Joe. Biden had a balloon five firefly past it but I think he I think he's he's still still on the medication that he's. So, anyway. Getting back to where I was I said, we're going to get and I'll stop doing little Rhode Bat. In Cheboygan last night, they had a meeting. County Board. Cheboygan county one of those communities where they have proposed. One of these ordinances to give broad powers to the county health officer. As you know we've been tracking these here in southeastern Wisconsin. For the last several months at one will come up one came up and Dodge Connie we seem to be able to bat it down one came up in Jefferson county that will never seems to go away. There was one that was brought up at Walworth county the public showed up outrage killed that went off when I say we I mean people on my side it was the residents of those communities that it did it themselves all of this is explained in the past came. From the ears administration and Andrea Palm after the State Supreme Court ruled that. The Wisconsin Statute that they were using to give these orders is unconstitutional. Iverson and palm and the Wisconsin Counties Association which is a Madison based organization run by lefties. Has Been Urging individual counties to essentially pass the same ordinance at the local level but not through the back door that was the problem with the State Law. But do it to the front door when I say the front door actually pass it had voted on at enacted as it orbits. What happened in? The Wisconsin Law was that the State Supreme Court believed that you can't simply had had these. Decisions orders being put out. By, individuals who are not elected officials. So they're trying to pass an ordinance that they think would allow constitutional muster to give all of these individual counties that the same authority that. The state claimed that it had prior to the Supreme Court ruling to go win an issue. All of these have all of this broad power to enforce health orders, and what is alarmed people is how broadly written these ordinances are. They are frightening to people. And the people are legitimately frightened. What are the things that's happened here in two thousand, nine, hundred, twenty as we have gone so far. Off the deep end in so many areas. That when people actually read the details of just one of them They become shocked I. You I think people would be justice shocked if we sat back at understood. That we're firing police officers in. Warwick Tulsa, because some guy who likes likes gang members in, Milwaukee decided to shoot a gun to somebody's window. All of this stuff is shocking. But the ordinances are actually written on paper and they see that people are voting them for instance, if you had an ordinance and while Tosa, a bunch of agitators in Milwaukee including people who post on social like gang members. WanNa fire, one of our COP should we? Probably people would have showed up at advancement and but appalled by that but these health ordinances an order to get them. Legal, they have to write them down and they have to vote them and many people in many of these communities. Counties have been tracking this Ad. They've been very good at using social media and other ways of communicating to get the word out and the language in these ordinances is like many other things happening in twenty twenty just Schalke. There is no restraint on this at all. They give power for these bureaucrats in these health agencies. To, trample on people's individual liberties and rights. and. Then you keep getting statements. From the elected officials that I proposed or the appointed officials and Cheboygan County, the county administrator a guy named paid. Who get at their luck I have a reasonable person. We would only do this in the case of an emergency something that was really bad what we know that he's full of crap because we see what's being done right now in the face of Kobe which is not any emergency it might have been an emergency in New York City during the peak, but nowhere in the state of Wisconsin Right now, is there an emergency offer covered? Yet. We remained with many facilities at twenty five percent occupancy schools remained closed people are under orders to wear masks all the other stuff that's gone on for something that clearly is not an emergency soon, that these health officials are going to show some sort of restraint. They're all a bunch of Kirsten. Johnson's she's the one that runs ozaukee Washington coty more on how she turns out to be one of the reasons why these schools in Ozaukee and Washington are suddenly changing courts and closing right now it's because you've got these health officials unelected that are going out there and single handedly. Abusing their authority? And just gut punching citizens of the stomach by up ending their lives by saying their kids can't go to school that can't have county fairs and in some cases. Yeah. We're GONNA come in and raid your house because we think someone is sack. Anyway. Cheboygan counties. The latest one that had one of these things on the radar data disgusted at the board meeting last night and the meeting was packed the citizens who showed up. Packed and they're outraged. And what after the other of them got up? They talked at addressed the cowboys how this is a terrible thing. I suspect if they remain diligent Cheboygan County, they will succeed in killing this. Thing that you have to be aware of as these liberals are very effective, kill it. They can always bring it back a month. Later, you just have to stay on top of them, and one of the good things that happened during this period here is we have a lot of people that are going online now and check in government agendas and Batard Ray, what's going out of their local committees things that the media use? The deal, but the media doesn't expose any type of leftover reach at all. You're not GonNa get the Sheboygan newspaper to dive in and expose this power grab by the health director, and by Adam, pain up there and Cheboygan county this is going to be something that's going to be discovered by residents on their own. In the same way I. Don't think you can count on any media organization to expose what's going on in. Zakir Washington county you're not going to get the media dive into exactly why mcgahn themes no betrayed the residents of the community and reverse course shutdown the schools at this meeting that they held on the couple of nights ago you're not GonNa have anybody dig into who's saying what to whom, and whether or not some of these health officials. Health director has nothing to do with public education nothing. There's nothing in this statute of. Authority that gives them the power to do this but they stick their beacon and they say, you know what you should close your schools. So then they avid excuse to go and close the schools. Well, if those officials show so little restraints at they're running around now messing around with the schools something that they don't have. We have school boards, they helped fish county health officials nothing to do with the schools yet there they are. So imagine if we give them this broad, your Internet and wireless should always have you covered with xfinity your cover far and wide get the best internet experience at home with Xfinity X. Y. and the best wireless coverage with xfinity mobile to learn more click call or visit a store today requires residential postpaid, Xfinity, Internet restrictions apply slate just start going into the business as a doormat Cadillac in this padlocked the all this is written in the ordinance they had the ability to do it anyway. Now remember where I was fifteen minutes ago. I, why did you not to lose this idea of Walla? Tosa was listening more. To. Agitated some Milwaukee, some of whom posts on social media, how much they love street gangs that they were listening to their own city residents I said, that was the basis for where we're we're going now in Cheboygan I'm going to start connecting these dots and make an important point to you. I'll give you a little bit of a hint. The squeaky wheel gets the grease. Eleven thirty wins Summer in terms of weather remember hat the State of Wisconsin and just wasted with nothing to do. Our our Rutta these commercials for like I. Got All excited. It sounded like there was something you can go to that. It's well, you stay at home and watch it on TV or something. I wish I was in the business of just putting things out. I just put something on just hack everybody off right now. By the way. The media just try to find some sort of outbreak in Sturgis. Tour tour to make any judgments on it because they say you're supposed to give it fourteen days. I'm telling you if two who work at a drugstore seventy, two miles away from sturgis get the corona virus that see this is what happens at a quarter million people show up there in. The forecast for the next few days mostly clear tonight low sixty five for the next several days partly to mostly sunny eighty three for a high Thursday eighty-five on Friday. Slight chance of thunderstorms still partly sunny on Saturday eighty five Sunday a little bit cooler with temperature staying in the seventies and a slight chance of thunderstorms. In, most that the local communities were some of these draconian health ordinances have been proposed. Often sold by dishonest public officials as saying look, this is actually more limited than what the state could. That's like China say well. Okay fine. We're locking everybody up at Joe Solid Russia was worse. Because of significant public opposition that showed up in person. It looks like many of these things are going to be stopped. Now, follow my transition here. Let's move to another area where public opinion is being largely ignored. The reopening of schools. Some of the communities that said that they were going to open their schools have now reversed and turned around and close them. or in the case of Germantown coming up with a decision that is so muddled that as I said, it's impossible to explain. In almost all of these communities however. The public opinion of the parents has been overwhelming in terms of opening the schools for five day in person learning. Yet, the school boards didn't listen to them. The difference is, and again, there are some exceptions that this I'm generalizing in most of these communities when the school boards held their meeting, they didn't have two hundred and fifty parents show up screaming and yelling out of demanding that you open the schools we've had that with these health ordinances. Before Evert issued his statewide mask mandate a number of local communities issuing mask orders of their own nobody was showing up at meetings to objected them. Whether, you agree with it or not. The reason that we have these mass quarters is the very few people seem to object to them these health ordinances though that give you this rod massive power. This is trip people striker. And the show it up. Now here's the lesson in all of this. Public officials especially at the local level. Respond far greater. To public opinion that they see it here. When you show up at one after another after another tell him something that makes it impact. Unfortunately again, this is an area where the left has an advantage. When the left voices, it's public opinion riots. When the right voices, it's public opinion we read an email. That's just the way it is. Robert Tulsa. Protest riot everybody's grass scraping. Yell to the boarding shoot a shotgun per the window throw rocks around storm to the ball block the Straits. What are the people in the other side you? He didn't email the mayor. Though the reason for that is most people on the right are polite orderly people. And they believe that as a resident there polite email that they. Should be given as much if not more weight. Than the screaming taunts that are hurled by somebody that doesn't even live the city unfortunately, it doesn't work that way. The mayor of the Dennis McBride Clinton has made it clear. He doesn't care what the residents of auto sue sent him an email. Say He's fire more motivated. By some people who live in the city of Milwaukee. Walking down his city streets, shotguns black and traffic. Now there is a happy medium. Dodge Connie Cheboygan county while with some of the others that have mentioned where there were opposition to these health ordinances when people show up. And again. One person showing up doesn't do much good. But, it can't get to two hundred unless you start with what two hundred people to simply. Two hundred different. One person's if you know what I Made This is where organization people getting organized and getting people to come together. This really matters. This is what moves the needle in terms of public officials respond. I tried to tell the audience forever nobody listens to me an email is fine. Phone calls are better. The phone call somebody on the other end as a staff or whatever has the end up talking to you. If you phone call a school board member to talk to you at hands up having a greater impact. Than when they just reading your email if they read it all. Here's the next thing about this. I wish the following statement was not correct, but it is correct. Being polite doesn't work. Again I. Wish I was wrong about that and I'm not advocating being at AMAC's. Jerk. I'm saying being polite does it work? The pro-police supporters had wa Tosa have been polite. The anti police agitators have been. Road. Disruptive. And in some cases criminal. What's worked? Now, let's compare to people on the right to the right. The people opposed that these health ordinances I'll grant you they. They've always been real polite. I watched a good chunk of that meeting and Cheboygan. County. Last night people were mad they were rather you know there are volatile that got up there. They talked they spray but a yellow to the out of the other thing. The parents that are asking the schools to be reopened they right. They're nice reason email. I wish being polite worked. But it does it with local government officials screaming yelling at him and call it a monster. That's it gets their attention I'm not advocated. I'm just saying this is how they responded. So the lesson you learn from this is. I'm not saying out, email your public officials. It's better than nothing. But in in person contact. In which you're pretty clear with your opinion is is more effective. That old this wiki wheel gets the grease. Well, the squeaky wheels of all people that are rioting we have seen across the country. Look at Portland. Can you anybody argued that the rioters have not completely one? Violence is out of control right on Portland is getting worse. Every single night in the police had responded at all Seattle the riders what? In. While we're Tosa the protesters who have become it's their wedding. One of the reasons this is really good. One of the reasons the left hates trump. This is real. Good you ready for this? Is, trump is kind of like a conservative riot. Trump the impact of trump the way he expresses himself and gets back at everybody's face. He's like our riot. No Republican Raises Raises Hell. The Way Donald trump does he gets everybody's attention at has an impact he in other words getting your face in the same way the frenetic gets in your face. The left can't stand it when their tactics that they use all the time are applied against them. In other words, trump fights back. Trump also tries to harness public opinion they could hold his rallies trump get five, ten, thousand people show up to hear him. This wiki wheel gets the grace. The frustration that many Wisconsin have had with Republicans in the state legislature who have sometimes fought very hard. Is, you never really get the impression that there's any sticking the win the face. There's Jonathan brassed off who's district of the east side of a walkie showed up at riots while Tosa. We don't see any Republican members of the legislature physically showing up in person raising hell over some of the awful things that are going on to harm is people want you to fight back. Now I grant you it's not the nature of a decent person to go into some other community and raise hal in the middle of the night the way some of these Democrats are doing. But the left is fighting, they're fighting breaking every rule that's out there the rioting in the case of Portland Seattle it's outright insurrection in the case of Wildwood Tosa. Look at what happened it Walla by the way I'm waiting for the first media outlet. To come out and call David Bowie a Liar David? Bowen. is a bald face layer. He went out in the media and he said officer Mensa fire that shotgun himself. We got a guy criminally charged with do it. But TV. Station is put a camera in David. Bowens face at at demanded in a bow and you were there why did you lie? And for that matter, we haven't had Eddie members of the state assembly call for a sensor or censure or a sanction against Bowen for lying about this taking part in essentially a riot. And then nothing from Robin or anybody else of the legislature to censure him for getting up and lying about it, and for that matter, the Journal printing the layers lies. Because he's line we got we have a guy criminal charges shooting the gun I. Guess the District Attorney's Office I. Guess Are they lying to Bowen or were you a liar? Not My point here. We all know what my style is. My personal I've never running around yelling and screaming and so on. It's not the proper forum to be able to do it but on this show. So my opinion is heard I don't mean said he words I try to speak clearly and loudly That works. That's a gets people's attention. With regard to all the stuff that's go out in our society right now if you want to object to some of this stuff. Again I'm not telling you not to the email I'm saying. You might be a little bit I come and I get people shy and it's hard for people. They see the person at a church in the grocery store and so on. It's hard for them to like kill off at school board member. Is Some of those school board members in Oak Creek were told off for the way they sold out their community. If some of the school board members in Mac blood, you've got a member of the school board and Mec one who's a tutor believe it or not as a tutor he's GonNa to the kids that aren't GonNa to go out of the school. So he can line his own pockets with the decision. He made the closest school. If had a number of residents of that community, tell him offer what he did here. Ask why in the world you're listening to a health officer WHO'S You know Kristen Johnson who has nothing to do with education and nothing to do with raising children why you're taking her input on this and demand to know why you are listening to these people that selling out. If they had to hear it again, I understand that's kind of a root thing to do. But what do you think the teachers have been doing forever you saw how they act up on that kid you see what they've been doing behind the scenes they're berating and yelling at people who works look at what's go at every one of these protests that look at the way they conduct themselves and look at how it almost every single community they got their way. Look at Milwaukee. Who got fired chief Morales got fired. The loud obnoxious. They're gonNA. Get I'm not advocating louder and obnoxious. But I am saying that if you WANNA see a road map as to how to black thing conservative perspective look at what's happening with these health ordinances were a people get informed. Be They get the word out and see the show up? And I know regular people can't show up at ninety seven meetings and site isn't GonNa go out and riots in the street but. Until public officials show the same respect respectable use Waubosa Guinea pig until May McBride in the City Council and that goof on the west side co forth and so on. Until they're willing to listen to the tax paying residents of the community with at least the same attention that they're willing to give advocate of the gangster disciples who's firing shotguns in people's houses. You May as well upped the ante up the game a little bit because that's what these public officials are saying when they keep sucking after people that. Are disrupted that break the law and show violence and keep ignoring regular old citizens who politely express their opinion. And as I say I I I don't know how long I'm gonNA run the clock on the State Assembly Sanctioning David Bowen for lying about I mean he went out and he lied about an attack in which somebody could have been killed the shotgun going off he said Mensa fired that gun. badgered for Republican, just made that up about. Somebody. A Republican member of the assembly just lied and accuse somebody else of firing a shotgun. You never go to the end of it. Same thing with brassed off. What in the world that we have a democratic state assemblyman from Milwaukee going around taking part in riots going at it while Matosa. Well. There that. All right. So it used that word well, I'll guarantee what happened at men's is houses benzes girlfriend's house that was a riot. A riot. Riot it was right. What's what happened? The other night was aboard lied riot where you had for an hour and a half people getting in the face of police officers in screaming every curse word at them again and again, and again with elected Democratic members of the state assembly there. And who do the power structure while Tosa listen to the people yelling and screaming and berating the cops the level of support for the WATTO's the police department within Wa widow city government right now is so far as I can tell limited to one Alderman every other Alderman. has sold them out and the mayor has essentially flipped them off. And the people in Wildwood Tillerson who don't like that again, I wish the following as I said I wish this wasn't true. You've been nice and polite about it. That is it working? Fire a shotgun in somebody's yard hole then you'll get the mayor at you get to us. Oh, then bow and scrape and fall all over themselves to do what you want do. Look at the tactics that they use to try to get mensa fired and so far. They've got him suspended. They've broken every rule of civility of the book and look at what the supporters of officer men's have. They have been polite contacted their officials spoke it out who won. Ghetto. How are we stopping health ordinances? People are raising hell why religion and all these other things out there because all we're doing is ready bills. Get I. Wish this was not true. I'm just telling you what is true. And that's why I connected the Walla Tosa to the Sheboygan. Eleven thirty W. I S. N. Mark Afternoon show going to give you know sizzling suburb cash testing word for the four o'clock hour. where it for this hour is cash c a s h catch you have until five pm to texting cash the two, hundred, two, hundred, you'll get a text confirming entry plus iheartradio Info Standard Data dated messy grid supply in this nationwide. Contests though I was commenting earlier about lobbying local government especially. Say not the city of Bill. Walkie. But Dodge County, Sheboygan County is a good example Hockey County Germantown School Board, Greenvale sailboard etc. Governmental bodies like that. When you have the kind of thing that's occurred in Wa. Were at a suburban community suddenly. You have protesters and rioters disruption. As I indicated it gets the attention of public officials to the point that they ignore in tune out their own residents. These are people who by-in-large. I mean, you get elected Wamba Tosa. You're not generally somebody who's thought of as being the most strong willed person in the world I mean some maybe some may not be. But you see mayor McBride sitting up there with his mask you think that he had the ability of say Donald Trump to tell a bunch of outsiders you're out there trying to ruin people's lives that you're not going to allow. Rioters in Milwaukee to come in. And destroy our Waubosa Police Department. He didn't have that ability. Now wobbled toasted community that has been trending left in the first place. But I think we have seen this acquiescence, the pressure from the left, even more conservative areas. In the communities that have chosen to keep the schools closed or go to these kind of goofy hybrid proposals. You're getting clearly two groups of input, one group or two. Groups of input. One group is the parrot opened the schools. The other is the teachers in the school employees closed the schools. Who Do you think it's been louder and more obnoxious with their message. Well, we know it's almost impossible for any group of human beings to be loud or obnoxious than unionized schoolteachers. So probably the out. So the tone. The strength of the message it matters, and again I wished that it didn't there's a third component here to this, and this is where I'm going to wrap up the topic of avoid. One of the points that I have tried to make over the years is that in many cases rather conservative communities. The. Elected officials in those communities are much more liberal than the communities the whole not always. But, for example, just grab community acts. I don't WanNA use an example because it disproved by point and I don't know who that every village mortar school board. Let's say community axe. Support Community X. Men Sixty eight percent for trump and the latest election. Very. Likely that the village board or city council and community ex didn't go sixty eight percent for trump may be fifty fifty and the school board might not even be that much in other words the people who run for public office even in conservative areas summer conservative. But as a group, they tend to be less conservative than the community as an overall. Part. This is because liberals are likelier to just run for stuff. All these social service agencies when you have, you see on the boards of directors this I mean it's one pack a lefties after another after another one of the most conservatives work. We got time on our hands left. He's do they worked for another nonprofit? All they do is go to meetings all day and so on. It's just it's just part of who sakes these things school board who runs for the school board? Some cases starch. right-wingers usually not. So part of the problem that you have your at a conservative community, you're being run by somebody who would fit in just five in Madison. I want to share with you a story about Hartford. Hartford in Washington County. It's part of that area Washington cody where forty years ago nobody the now there's just everybody lives up there. Slinger Hartford Richfield, that whole area Hartford is. Watching it got it. I don't know ten miles of West Bend I right on that A. Anyway. Hartford, very conservative community. They have. Like many of our communities, kind of an unusual school board structure and I want to stress to make this clear her because some people are going to hear. It's kind of like the way they do it an aero yet arrowhead has all these little elementary school that feed into a different school district that runs Arrowhead High School In Hartford. There's a school board that runs Hartford High School. But there are different school boards that run the elementary and middle schools. You follow me on this I know it's confusing. This is not the school board runs Hartford Union High School I'm not talking about that. This is Hartford School Board district one in some elementary and middle schools in Hartford. There is a member of that school board. WHO and social media? Is Praising Colin Kaepernick for taking a knee during the national anthem and claiming that this is an outstanding peaceful protests she advocates taking a knee for the anthem. She also on her social media page praises the message of Alexandria Cossio, cartoons. Now. Who say this is one of the most conservative humidity's in southeastern Wisconsin yet on their school board they've got somebody who believes that we should kneel for the national anthem and thinks that Ao is right. Her name is Erin Wilk. Now you know this because somebody in that community. Is Check it out who's running their local government. Now that we're beginning to realize that a lot of people, even a conservative areas are being governed by glorified. Marxists. Said Mark later this you won't believe this. This is Hartford. This woman's politics would fit into the east side of Milwaukee in shorewood in Madison. Beijing. Elected Hartford. So again when you wonder why? When left-wingers come in and they agitate on something and it could save at a very away they roll over. So quickly and a greater many of the people that local government even conservative communities I left he's themselves. Now this is where a guy like me is not much help to you. I mean I just frankly can't pay attention to WHO's running for the school board in Hartford School district. Hard for district number what? The district number two, the Hartford's high school boy, the all these other communities I mean. Hundreds of these communities. If you want to be run by liberals who can't elect liberal. If. You don't want to be run by people who think that we should take a knee for the national anthem. You need to make sure that you're not voting for somebody takes city for the national anthem. This is what area were. Social media can come in handy because sometimes some of these radicals. Out themselves. So, as we see. In many cases government moving radically to the left doing things that are terrifying us like the proposal of these health ordinances or these school districts that are refused to open school months after culvert Bro- broke out even though the covert numbers are radically lower than we feared and the problem has been less severe than we thought it was going to be and kids don't get this. Understand that even conservative areas many of our decision makers that we have elected. Are ultraliberal people themselves. And finally. When there is. A squeaky cranky conservative fly in the ointment. They'll use every opportunity that candidate rid of them like Germantown. Guy Just a swimming coach. that he expressed things perfectly well, of course not. Criticize Black Lives matter though comparative to the KKK. and. Based on what we're seeing some black lives matters doing members do in some communities maybe it's a valid comparison but. Hacked off school officials in. Germantown. They fired a swim coach. This is never done where anybody our goes out and tries to purge somebody who has extreme views from the left. In Hartford, you could advocate taking a knee for the national anthem and not worry at all about who that will offend. That's what a school board member does. But in Germantown, the school board member managed to get rid of a swim coach because he dared to criticise a Marxist organization that while it does include some peaceful members also has members that have been involved in rioting across this country. Look at Portland and look at what black lives matter is doing in its name there and that understand that German Germantown you've got a guy who can't even coach there because your school board stood up. For arrogant and abusive school administrators who at the same time. They're keeping a lot of kids out of school for day to day instruction managed to make sure that we don't even have an assistant swimming coach is not even a teacher with any kind of right wing viewpoints. All of this is I opening and the lengthy discussion that I add here is my attempt to explain how it works and if you want to do anything about it as I said. Politeness as it work anymore. And it just demonstrated the being polite with Germantown Schoolboy to being polite with Sarah. She's running around trying to ruin coaches careers because she doesn't like somebody's view on black lives matter and trying to get on them and you know keep the school close. The polite to simply hasn't worked what's apparently worked is with black lives. Matter does what apparently works with Frank Nitty does raise hell scream yell at break every rule of civil society. That's how you get local government apparently do exactly what you want. Again. I am not advocating it and I'm not saying I. Wish it were true but it is true. And got from Milwaukee this is the mark belling late afternoon show on news talk seven, thirty, W Y said. The Milwaukee County District Attorney's offices brought criminal charges against three men in connection with the incident that occurred a week and a half ago and wall Matosa. In which protests at The home of a Milwaukee police officer who is the girlfriend of Walla toast the police officer Joseph Mensah. Became violent and out of control that started with. Protesters vandalizing the property of the Young Woman's home toilet papering the house throwing things at the House and so on. It ended with officer. He then had officer men's that come out of the home with his dog trying to confront the individuals that were vandalizing the home. which resulted in a chaotic response that included. The. Throwing off shoot off firecrackers in then a shotgun blast. There were stolen rocks and objects thrown to the window of the home. Vandalism as I said occurred in. So odd we know that at least one member of the Wisconsin state legislature claims that he was their representative David Bowen of Milwaukee Jonathan Brost Osborne involved in some of these things while Matosa. As, well following that incident. There were initially claims by some of the protesters that they didn't do anything. Wrong. And David Bowen. Wisconsin State Assembly voted on J S Online. Claiming that version of events was untrue and then claimed that it was Mensa himself that actually pulled the trigger on the shotgun. Now there are some people after that story came out who were wondering whether or not office events might have been exaggerating what happened and whether Bowlin was telling the truth. Well, the Balki County District Attorney's offices run by a Democrat. They had made the decision here to charge criminally three individuals. In connection with the incident that occurred here at every indication is that Bowen was Li-. He either didn't know what he was talking about and made it up or he saw it with his own eyes. It is a bald faced liar. The individuals involved were arrested over the last several days in criminal charges brought a couple of days ago to my knowledge. The first place to this is reported is that a website called Wisconsin right now dot com. The three individuals that are facing criminal charges are faced with a variety of allegations bought. Ronald, and this is his middle name here because this is a very common name Ronald, Dimitri, an bell junior sure. There are a lot of people with the name. Ronald Bow. So this is Ronald Dmitri and Bell Junior. Who Lives in Milwaukee William Loft and divall Lofton is the other person who who are other individual who is principally accused. Of taking part in the incident, I've read the criminal complaint too bad name. Niles McKee who faces charges as well. The most serious charges against. The criminal complaint goes into very lengthy detail and it is clear that they did a lot of reviewing video that was taken probably cell phone video from a number, the individuals that were on the scene and being able to piece together. What happened they also have cooperative statements from a couple of the individuals who are charged your implicating. The main actor. Among the charges against Bell. Are Second. Degree recklessly, endangering safety use of dangerous weapon. Battery to a law enforcement officer as a party to a criminal act for Lofton. Second degree recklessly endangering safety. And so. Again, I'm not going to go into all the details of the criminal complaint because I don't have the time to do so here. Suffice to say that we had. was. The logical extension of the sort of thing that is going to occur. When a community makes the decision as Waubosa deed. To simply allow overt lawlessness. What was happening in Wildwood Tillerson was building day after day after day. It started with marched down the streets yelling and screaming. And it kept getting worse and kept getting worse and as I said at the time. The. Turning point was when the widow city council voted to ask the fire and police commission to fire officer Mensa. This through gasoline on the fire because the people that were coming in largely outside while the Tosa. To demonstrated rip the police realized that their tactics were working. Imagine you have a two year old child I hear that's one of the worst. Is that true? Kids are bratty at the edge of to that to. Terrible, twos they call him some peak brassiness it'd be too right. Paul Paul agrees with this. If you have a problem with it, should I have people call up and give you your input on what year is the worst Paul does not want to Paul does not want any input generally apparently on anything So, let's suppose you have like a two year old. That's at his highest level of Brad's. Any yells and screams and Yeltsin screams yells screams and every time you heels and screams you give them whatever it is that he was. What's he learned? T. L. and scream. The wabash Tosa rioters were the equivalent of the two year old. They were yelling and screaming behalf like brats and carry it out of the middle of the night and honking horns yellen standard of sidewalks blocking traffic. Showing up at meetings of the City Council, not speaking turn, but simply yelling and screaming during the meeting. And then they wanted. Now nincompoops. Thank well. Okay. They got what they wanted to go away. Apparently you don't know how to raise a two year old. because. You never go away when you get when you're white, you simply start asking for more and more and more and more. Once, while Tosa rely wants the protesters realized that they were able to get Mensa. And there would be no punishment for disturbing the peace blacking Straits, violating traffic laws, harassing people in their individual yards, holding protests without a permit, all the laws that have been violated from the beginning during this what they realized, there are no consequences for that in other words no downside but they were getting the upside of getting what they wanted. It was inevitable that they keep pushing this. As, we've seen at certain other cities like Seattle Portland, etc. Often they end up taking these protests. The individual homes said they went to his house. Is the police officer who whose whose girlfriend is a police officer there's children in the house. The only reason you go to his house and then scream at the top of his lungs and then try to vandalized by toilet papering and throwing stuff out you're trying to provoke him. That was the goal they were trying to be provocative. I think they wanted to come out and shoot his gun again that's what I believe for the beginning I. think that that was the old Benson tried to kill another one of us. But he did he came out without his gone with his dog. In some our shotgun goes off. It wasn't officer Mensa Shotgun. It was brought by a protester. We have been told from the beginning by media that are spinning this story. I have thoughts which TV station is the worst, but I'm not going to express it because I haven't watched all of them with equal levels. But it is apparent to me that everybody who has set out to cover these protested Wabi Tosa supports the protesters. Look the other way and we managed and I get that on TV you can't show curse words and so odd. But they have done everything they can to show the most peaceful moments of this on my website belling dot com earlier in the week I, put up a video that was put together by one of the protesters. About an hour of the exchange that went on Friday night this past Friday that while Tosa wear. These cops and again, it's not the fault of the individual cops. It's not even the fault of chief wherever because I think he's being shoved around by the mayor. But you have police officers here who have essentially turned into. I got out of want to be insulting here. But Tosa Police Department right now looks to me to be a joke. Joke. You agree with that. I think they look like like a joke. They they they looked like pansies, cowards, Sissies. My whole life I've never thought I could walk up to a police officer and scream at the top of my lungs what I know good dirty rat and I've. Up Pizza. Y garbage miserable for our. How can you do that to a top and a COP allow you to do it now realized the individual cops are under orders told the can't do anything about it. This is violation in ninety seven, million different laws including disorderly conduct but these police officers are taking again and again and again and again, and again, and again and again, and then the media comes on the next night and tells people that there was a peaceful protest. What in the world is their definition of the word peace. Peace that somebody didn't get murdered is that what peace means? I think. But I think a piece, I, think like of. Tiny, Tim's from exotic Elali or Yati plan is crappy music or. Somebody channing to Chan Chan plan the Ravi singer Shankar plan the tire. By people walking around with flowers. There's a term called peace and quiet. Peace isn't simply while they didn't kill anybody. This is hardly peaceful. It was raucous obnoxious mean-spirited loud it out of control. And it is aimed at provoking the only reason you scream somebody's face for an hour is you're trying to get to shove you back. So you can claim the police are being violent yet. So. Who are these peaceful protesters it's been remarkable. How few of their names ever come out? Nobody in the media seems to try to figure out who they are whether or not any of them. In fact are criminals of criminal records. Instead, we're just told peaceful protests and we automatically accept that they're peaceful protests is because that's what Some bubble editor TV reporter wearing sneakers says as she marches alongside them. But if you actually see some of the raw video, this is hardly peaceful. It's mean-spirited ugly. Well. We finally have some names because some people have been arrested and charged. So we could look at it their backgrounds and I do want to credit this website Wisconsin right now, which apparently is one of the latest projects that Jessica McBride is unbounded. She's been around the block a few times and she's now on this and they broke a pretty good story here. One of the guys involved has a prominent social media profile in which he goes out and out and out about a lot of things add. There's photos of him appearing led. To fake, but I mean appearing to be using drugs and. Commenting at length positively about the gangster disciples, which is a well-known violent street gag. Well. That's an interesting perspective that we had not been told before and one that I wonder if anybody's going to pick up. So now, we find out that these peaceful protesters at least one of them and one of them involved in the criminal act that dealt with the shotgun situation that occurred here. Is Apparently, a big advocate of a violent streak gag. Peaceful. Protesters So anyway that's story is out. There are charges I am pessimistic as to whether or not anything's GonNa be done the strikes me as the kind of thing that John Chisholm is gonna a plea bargained down to nothing as fast as he possibly can on the other hand. He's got to deal with law enforcement officers in every suburban community of southeastern Wisconsin Milwaukee and I can tell you because I hear from a lot of them. That police officers throughout this region are furious. That nobody has their backs right now in local government. The, you could just go to a cops house and this remember the the COP. I WanNa make a point here and Going on too long. This story has been and I get why at sort of misreported because it's a little confusing because it's a very close boyfriend girlfriend situation. The COP whose house this was is a Milwaukee police officer. It's not officer Mensa. She has a right to have you know the love life and personal situation of her choice. It's herbal. In Milwaukee Police. Officers House was put under siege at Wa. Wa Tulsa. Every cap in this areas watching to see whether or not? You can just do that and get away with it. Now. We know that Tosa has a mayor at a city council that are more than willing to let them get away with it and have been more than willing to allow and get this criminality to go on from the very beginning. We know that Walmart does the city councils have. Even people who call themselves conservatives like this buffoon named Co forth from the West Side. Who has the backbone of? I'd say I was GONNA say a jellyfish how about a dead jellyfish even lemper that a jellyfish you can't get anybody to get up and say we stand for law and order and Wa Tosa, and we are going to not allow people to shoot shotguns taps. House. All but they're peaceful. No, they're not. This. Was that peaceful the last round of that we're not peaceful. I said it Milwaukee that I felt the first round of protest. We have the city of walk. Usually the ones that frank he was leading were largely peaceful. They were loud I said they were largely peaceful stand by that. Some got disruptive the cutting people's grass driving on properties and so on, but they were largely peaceful. The only one that I felt the got the level of not being peaceful as the situation McKinley where the tear gas is fired. The looting that occurred was not peaceful and some of the stuff that occurred outside some of the police district stations were not peaceful wall Matosas, ben in a different category. There has been a remarkable lack of curiosity from the media s the just who these individuals are. That are taking part in this behavior that has been increasingly obnoxious. It will be very interesting to say and I would encourage you to check out their websites and watch the newscast to see how much coverage local television gives via individuals that were involved. And shooting a shotgun at a at a cops house while a riot was going God. Now that we have criminal charges now that we have names and now that we have the ability to dive into backgrounds of each each of these individuals and as I was saying earlier in the program, we now have a criminal complaint that seems to indicate the David Bowen, a member of the state assembly who said Mensa pulled the trigger himself isn't an out liar. I would encourage speaker boss and the Republican leadership. To call for a Sensor Censure of Bowen. And I would even suggest call a hearing here. To discuss whether or not, he ought to be expelled from the state assembly or if there is a level by which he can be expelled from the state assembly. Lying about. The actions of law enforcement officer. This guy said a cop shot a shotgun at a crowded riot. He didn't Bowen made that up. The media nosy made up. Everybody now knows he made it up. Bulletin nosy made it up. So there. You would said Mensa pulled the trigger himself that there was a chance it was drew one percent two percent. You said, no. You don't think Cross your mind you cross my mind. Let's play. That's one two percent cross your mind. That's what boy did. All the mets venture. After all that committee is, here's a guy who's district is in Milwaukee coming in and lying about what happened at a riot. When police come in to investigate things, what are the things we got the public officials here maybe they'll be a good witness instead, they got a liar. Did Bowl, tell the police officers on the scene when they came to investigate that he li- that way to them tail. You get these reporters last trump and the press conferences all the time. Why do you lie about this way about that? Can you imagine somebody from? Channel Six Channel Twelve walking up to David Bowen and say, why did you lie about this? I I mean just. They're they're pink sneakers would turn Chartreuse I. I where did we get such a bunch of SIS five? I mean, it's not just that they're liberals cow. I I swear if these people were around in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, eight. Niagara I for Joe Solid okay. Nice thought. Can We show how pretty the Gulag? Run here. Not. Right about this. What that's the I had TB reporter. I won't tell you who you was used tabby whether he's not in any way said look mark you would not believe this is now an entry level job being TV reported Milwaukee. Nobody. Gets anything and a lot of them aren't very good. It's an entry level job at used to be that an entry level job would be like Polka Telo Idaho or using Wisconsin is an example. Rhinelander was an entry level job for TV, reporter and you had to be good to get hired rhinelander. Most people came out of college couldn't get a job. And rhinelander your break you get to rhinelander and from there, maybe go the next stop me. Green. Bay was a good step. Maybe Madison. At if you're a spectacular after a few years, you can get to Milwaukee now straight out of college. They had a cameron there one man band and they walk around and the cover the news. Did any surprise that they're so easily buffalo. Medic figures that are running these protests and that they're so in an over their heads that they can't tell the difference between an out and out riot shotguns, fired cops houses. From peaceful protests. I asked very good questions here. Don't I. And don't they all answer themselves. For fifty-six by the the Journal can't get anything right of all the brewers I get that these baseball games and after their deadline did you see who? Who would they write the puff piece about today? Phelps I. If you didn't know what you would have just said, he's going to be the guy that was the losing pitcher last night did it would not last night's gave us no pitchers fault at minute went on and on forever and the twins finally scored a run but brewer bullpens just been phenomenal but it's just another case of that was I will grant you as games go. That was a fascinating baseball game in again looked like the brewers are going be go ahead. Kannada took a no hitter into the ninth inning yet had. Some the end again did he didn't even have the lead anywhere and Game went on forever and the birds lasted twelve four to three but. Sure was an interesting game to watch. As eleven thirty wins, Mark belling late afternoon show moment this summer cash contests text in word. I made an executive decision during the break. To Go back and read with David. Bowen told the media the day after the incident. And read from the criminal complaint as to what happened. First of all. I should stress that according to the criminal complaint. Ronald Bell has confessed. In the criminal complaint, he admits pulling the trigger on the shotgun. He also admits that he did this while he was confronting. The and The other police officer who has meant his girlfriend edie admits that he struck Mensa. Zen, the criminal complaint he admitted. Let me read without reading the whole thing. Bell admitted. That he was the individual with a shotgun during the August eighth incident. Bell also stated that the gun discharged while he was holding it. Striking the residents while he was confronting and then Mensa initials and then the girlfriend. Belle a grade that his behavior was reckless and dangerous when he physically confronted Mensa. He was holding a loaded shotgun. And that he puts several people in danger with shotgun discharged. Bell also acknowledged that he was striking Mensa and that he knew that men so was a police officer. Bell was aware. that. The group was at the location due to actions had previously taken while performing duties as a police officer at bell stated. That he has been at several other events, regarding mentors actions with the same group of People Belle apologized for his actions. So rattled bell, the shooter has apologized. This is what David told. The media. After this event. for which Ronald Bell has admitted, I was reckless that as apologized. Quote. It's very clear. Officer MENSA displayed behavior to push the safety on that firearm. And to fire it. He saw an opportunity to paint protesters as the Violet Bob, and it played into his testimony. I saw the struggle and so. That's a key point. said he saw. I saw the struggling so. So, he's putting himself out here as an eyewitness. So that's what Bowen put out. Now. According to various media accounts not talking today. He's referring people to guess his lawyer is Kimberley Motley Kimberly Motley whose representing all of the people who are shot. By officer Ben said these three several suits that are out there. Well. Motley Thou representing somebody who tried to shoot at well I. Guess. We know that at least two of the individuals involved so far shot at men says, well so Motley Molly wants to represent people who are shot by somebody maybe she needs to start representing their medicines since he appears to be the one, the spitting the gunshots directed at him. We have certainly said. In. So many of the stories that are going out in a society right now out dishonesty and lie. Is a tactic that works at its fueled in the number of protests that are going on, it's fueled a lot of the conduct of behavior that's gone on it's fueled. The statements that are being made president trump at the post office. The situation at Walmart Tosa though is the ultimate in a volatile situation you have it and otherwise rather peaceful. Community. Disturbances that have gone on night after night after night after night, you have very very weak leadership in the community that chose to not respond with strength to this. But instead by caving in to people who don't even live in their community, then you have the ultimate situation blow up somebody remember bell in order for belt the to pull pull the trigger a loaded shotgun. He had a bring a loaded shotgun to this event and I want people to remember that. Why did he break a loaded shotgun to officer mentions house? Why did he do that? Now if people aren't aware in all these peaceful protests going on, there've been a lot of loaded shotguns. We're fact that he has gone. He had I forget the guy's name his personal by alchemy triplet. Andre Triplets walking around with his loaded gun. There've been a lot of loaded guns at these events. Even the lefties claim that they're so bothered by people running around with guns, a lot of loaded guns at these events in this case, bell brought a loaded shotgun. I why do you bring a peaceful protest a loaded shotgun? But he acknowledges that he shouldn't have fired it but we have a loaded shotgun, a shotgun that is now fired at the house of a police officer who is the girlfriend of officer Mensa with all of these other people around there. Had WAUBOSA police. Nachon. Extreme restraint they might have responded to the scene was shots themselves. You've got an officer under fire. Everything about this story was close to being a nightmarish disaster. And the middle of all of it is David Bowen Pride to calm things down. Elected state official no. Instead he runs to the media and lies through his teeth about what happened. And continues to blame MENSA. As it. You would think after a certain point the LIGHTBULB. Glad over the heads of heather cool. Mamik. Bride. And what's he co fourth? And some of the other leaders while Tosa that maybe there'd be a little bit of integrity from the AFC Ofwat Tosa Robin. vining. And she'd stand up and suggest. That maybe while Matosa police deserve some support and some of these violent insurrection coming in from Milwaukee, should stop the criminal behavior on. But there's no reason to be optimistic about this. The process, the fire Mensa remains in place. There still protests scheduled you hear rumblings is going to be another one. This weekend and rumblings is all you ever get on this? It's hard to get this stuff nailed down. And no real accountability from anyone in the media toward the behavior of any of the people who have been out there. You know we use rhetoric cured. You can be Boeing might say, well, I wasn't saving literally pulled the trigger I was said it was a figurative polio trigger. You have people throwing the literal gasoline in the fire was some of these elected officials that are showing up in fueling these things knowing that remember. Everybody saw these people were shocked. They know exactly what this could have turned into, and if you saw the thing that occurred Friday night, which was a full week after the shooting that occurred at his house, were you at about one hundred and fifty people in the streets all of them screaming at the top of their lungs in the faces of these police officers, you have people that are trying to turn Wa Tosa into Portland. And very much like Portland you have a city official leadership in Wyoming Tosa. That seems to either be acquiescing to them. If, not out supporting them. But I think they pride is very, very close to simply out notes supporting. The. Anti Police Bob when you say well, I can't fire chief Weber. It's a little too hard to do. It's not a very weber should not be fired. He's a great police chief. It's not that officer mints that behaved legally and everyone of situations. It's not I. Don't want a bunch of people coming into Walmart does the breaking the laws? It's well, you know I'd like to fire everybody here and make all of you rioters. Happy. But I, it's just hard for me to do it. I just the what's he liberal? What do you expect for me? You guys are the ones with the riot you gotta go to work. You GotTA create more how? To that, McBride's MENA disappointed in. This would be the ultimate understatement and I said he's a liberal he's in over his head and expecting liberal the backbone against riotous protesters is the same as expected Nancy Pelosi to stand up to AFC capable of doing and Joe Biden will be capable of doing it. If he becomes president of these people will steamroller over him in the same way that the lefties Madison Steamroller over Tony Ebbers Liberals cannot stand up to anyone now people have ask questions about Republicans and their inability to show backbone as well. It's major problem in general. And it's one of the reasons why over the last several months we have moved. So radically to the left in this country, there has been a difficulty that people have had in knowing how to resist as I've mentioned in an earlier segment on the program. The way that you resist is you have to show up and make your voices heard stopping these health authorities in some areas is one of the ways that people had been successful getting the schools reopened as an area where some community successful and others have not. As for a situation like what like like like Ouaga Tulsa this is writing the book and what not to do how to essentially allow your community to fall apart and go to hell by Denis McBride and Heather cool they to go put it on the best seller list. How if you have a city not fall apart do the exact opposite of heather cool and Denis McBride. Right. Maybe, they can go out of the speaker tour. We're two idiots we watched our city, the hell this is what we did. Go the opposite of us. We're too stupid to know what to do over here ourselves maybe and to toughen McBride is he? Is He just a glorified Joe Biden over his head behind the mask there. What do you think? He's in over his head. So my being too hard on them. Well, but I if he's over his head, it's different from acquiescing have accused him of doing. I I'm say I'm saying I think he has acquiesce again empowering the rioters. That's what I believe has happened here. I could end in three nights. It really could. Ask for support from all local law enforcement agencies that you have and start enforcing every law that you have an community people that are standing on the grass blocking traffic screaming that are creating a lot of disturbance random all up, throw them in jail and not a judge show up to do any the bailouts until Monday and do the same thing again, and if somebody pulls out a shotgun. You gotta be ready to respond to that. We do not allow regular people like me and Pau and the folks who live in Warwick dozy to engage in insurrection if somebody has sought to have a shock gutted Wabi Tulsa, the cops are gonNA respond with the SWAT team and little she hit for six hours to talk about if they show up in the context of a black lives matter with. Got? However. Then suddenly, we all become little carnations with our pedals falling off. It's not the way we handle anything else the way I described woodwork. The question is merely whether or not. We have the guts to do it in the same fashion that you can stand up to the Germantown, school board and say, you shouldn't be out there firing swimming coaches because one of them criticized black lives matter all of these things require a certain will and when that will does you know the whole the old statement where there's a will there's a way that's true. News Talk Eleven thirty wins and Mark belling late afternoon show school boards all over the area meeting this week Franklin a meeting tonight Johnson Creek met on Monday night, they decided to back off their plans to open in school and instead they're going to the virtual. It's as I say impossible to record and all of these other than each time it happens. You get the impression that at a lot of these communities especially from the city of Milwaukee, the parents have been under the impression they were going to open school because they said, hey, we're going to open school. But then when it comes time to do it, they go in reverse and again, many of these schools are supposed to open this coming Monday the twentieth twenty fourth. So these parents just shell shocked by this because they don't have any prevision. The take care of the kids they were expecting the kids to go back to school and they were acting on the assumption that they go ahead and do it anyway the story I wanNA compare and relate this deal. You're now hearing the big ten saying, well, maybe we'll start the football season in January. It's the same thing. The Big Daddy's canceling the football season for the fall. Well, we're GONNA try to do it in the spring maybe we'll start in January. All that's happening with everybody here is they're kicking the can down the road. In. The same way that and the school districts all said Okay will be opened August and September the big hit. Okay. Put Possible. Timber we're GONNA Shove January. When you get to the middle of December they're going to be in this same pickle and nobody's GonNa have the guts star football. It's the same problem with the schools. There's always gonNA, be some number or some case or some racing somebody crying or some lazy schoolteacher or somebody's got some reason not to go would. Think ridiculous we're talking gear. So they're gonNA play football in the upper, Midwest January and February. When I would suspect the virus numbers are going to be worse than they are here in August September October. The is probably won't play in January or February. Then the next thing you know the playing April and nobody will be able to pull the trigger on that. Until we get out of this mode. Being afraid to start any think there is another point that I wanna make because I. Don't know how deeply to get into the whole school issue. For. The longest time those of us on the right where mocked because we wouldn't listen to the experts they aren't listening to the experts. You weren't listening to the experts interestingly that's all turned now on the school situation. With the exception of Kirsten. Johnson up in Ozaukee Washington over the way she sent me an email finally say well that urging these schools to close for just giving them data information and advice. This. Is the reason we shouldn't be having these health agencies in the first place they seem to sanguine until now, no one knew that they would be running around telling people whether or not. They should be opening schools. We thought health officers for like making sure that there were an bandaids that we're at the local you know candy stripers desk or so on. We didn't know that they were going to be people that were going to run around and stick their beaks into people's noses but as you. See Zakian Washington these are two counties were essentially everything has closed. Both of them canceled the county fairs the southern parts of both communities now, Germantown in southern Washington County is going to a hybrid southern Zakir County back is an opening up there's fears at some other districts are GonNa Choke and pond this. Well, what they share in common again is they have a health officer who has a biased pudding information to lead people to knock it on with their lives anyway on this point of following the sides The CDC and children's Hospital have both said schools should be reopened. Children's Hospital said look there's much more fear of long-term be damaged these kids. socializing and not getting out and going to school they're better off in school. That's a children's said the. said the same thing. So suddenly now the experts are saying something that the left is what I hear. They're the ones that aren't sitting in the experts now I'm not here telling you that if the CDC says jump, we should all jump or children's hospital says, this is what you ought to ought to do it. I'm saying most of these kids don't know what they're talking about any any of the time. But. The liberals were telling us and telling us and telling US intelligence intelligence the follow the experts until the experts have an almost unanimous in saying there is essentially no risk to children at all at opening schools open the schools. Suddenly, the crowd that has been telling us to listen to the experts doesn't want to listen to the experts. Now I know what's driving this and what's been driving the beginning. This has nothing to do with children. The. School is just a bit this everything to do with a significant number of the teachers and administrators being lazy steffes who don't want to work. I don't believe this calculation involves the danger to children at all because children are at extremely low risk and have been from the beginning on. What has been driving this instead is the fact that in most school districts said most universities, the tail wags, the dog and the tail is the teaching staff the faculty. And is the school districts there that are unwilling to confront them and will screw the taxpayers screw public health experts and screw parents had children. All. Very similar to the situation, we see Tosa appeasing the protesters to appease teachers who after all this time still refused to work. I do WanNa poke into this whole area. A moving beyond the decision of opening and saw onto. The way that all of us individually in our lives have had to confront with the reality of Kobe's some businesses are shut down restaurants going under. Lot of retail stores are done. Travel Industries at depression the airlines are laying off people like crazy in the meantime other people have gone to work every single day, and then you have some people that have either at work at home mode or doing nothing for six months it's been a different situation depending on your circumstance I would have addressed that larger picture for a moment. And talk about how situations like this you see many people rise to the occasion and sacrifice. and. Some who don't. And if you're wondering why generally low and it's a generalization, there are many great public schoolteachers and almost all private school teachers are great. My generally low opinion. A public school teachers is reinforced by this because once again in a situation where all over the country, a lot of people have risen to the occasion and evade sacrifices. The only class of employees that we can think of that has responded by lowering the occasion. Once again, showing that they care only about themselves and gravitate for Dwayne as little as possible while pocketing their paychecks is public schoolteachers again and again and again, and again, and again and again, and again they show that they're on the scrap heap of work ethic and the scrap heap of caring about fellow bad, right. That bottom. Me Get one of the the you know a meeting and say, we're going to go back to work in the everybody else. It's been working has been going back to work. You could do that. Easily do it. Why would you as long as we keep a nominating them for sainthood and be telling them and put together a three minute zoom lesson and then go lay on your butt all day collective full paycheck because you're afraid that you're gonNA get a sniffle. Why would they not do it that way? In the same way. But Walmart Tulsa created a monster by appeasing the protesters. We've created a monster by caving again and again and again and again, and again to these cities have we not? There's a lot of Lot Frank nearly and a lot of these schoolteachers. If you what I I take that back, that's not fair to FRAC-. He's at least sorta walk into DC I still think he's hopping in the car at night but you know I'll give frank. This is actually out there yelling and screaming and do it all of that stuff he's not doing the whole thing through zoom the way some of these teachers are I apologize to Frank Diddy. For Frank don't how to get there. He has quite the entourage. The question I've asked that nobody in the media will ask who's paying Frank Nitty. I'll ask it again because frank has never asked that question. I bet there's a lot of people they got food I mean he's not missing any meals and who's paying for this. Well. We assume it might be George Soros I asked the question and is it all in cash? Is this reportable income? Because if it's not a cast, there might be some child support payments at somebody might start tried to collect on five thirty, one newstalk eleven thirty W is. and. Walking, this is the mark belling late afternoon show on news talk eleven thirty. W, I said. How much last iceberg you? Watch. Zeljo Mr Goodwin actually was a weird one. I actually for as many baseball games I got into this is watching most of the game I held a meeting that was in a social setting, and then they gave was good. So I stuck around and I didn't watch state of the twelve thirty I'm incapable of that and he watched the rest of their home All the baseball games I, watch I've not seen a lot of no hitters live. I've I've seen a few. There's enough that I don't remember them all. The there's still rare and. The interests me about no hitters is. A pitchers who the ninth inning with a no hitter. It's way less than half the get one. You would think it'd be about half because you know about half the innings don't have a hidden in them. But way fewer than half the pitchers who go out to the night any weather? No hitter actually end up getting it Oh hitter. What? There's a funny story about this. Should I tell her? Should he just move on? I gotTA. Tell it out well, anyway Candidate for the twins. Had No hitter going into the night that I mean he just had the brewers stay every they were flailing he had. I used to try to play fastpitch softball said. This wasn't any good at it. The only time I was I I just didn't have enough speed of the pitch and in order to have an effective drop all you have to have some speed so that when it drops. The banner cat headed and I just wasn't good enough. But anyway in fastpitch softball, the most effective pitch that you can throw other than just the hard blinding Rasbol it can't hit. Is Drop, and the drop is just that and you know you put a spin of the ball and coming incumbent and Reverend in softball. You're the bad is really close to the bond I forget what the number of feet is but it's very short its way closer than Major League Baseball. You just have no time to react to the ball's coming in in a straight line, and then it just got gravity of the spin takes it out. And that's what made us. Pitches were reminded me of made. He saw this eighty seven, our junk that would just the bottom was falling out of the burress kept. Going rear end cop chasing after this thing again. The first at like I said I thought he had no hitter stuff and I thought it was finally go to see one but I just think there's nothing worse. If you're a sports fan seeing your own team no hit it's to me. It's the ultimate humiliation. I did not want it to happen, and this is the second time in a week cub pitcher. Yu Darvish had a no hitter against weirdly to Asian Americans. What city allow that we can't hit Asian American. pitchers you darvish for the cubs, his Kennedy made last night but. I don't know what that would be. Others laughed. At The Darvish of Har- pitcher and made it just those junk. So the brewer leadoff hitter and the night that his cell guarded is I. If I was a Pitcher, I would just hate so guard. So guard is just he's an annoying hitter, which is kind of what makes them effective hey, kind. Of made us throwing this junk and the borough pitcher in the ninth inning Perdomo is out there forever and ever and ever made a sitting on the bench for thirty minutes. He finally comes out after this he throws out of these junk pitches at. So. Guy Just kind of puts his bat somewhere near the ground at. The Best I would describe it. It was sort of like how you hit off. When I did golf, I had no to hit out of out of bugger white couldn't hear him a bunker I didn't own A. Wet I try to use a nine yard. That's all I had. I didn't have that added nine iron. So I mean you know how I got out of the bunker. Grab grab grab the ball and throwing spruce. Well. That's outlets. What's so guarded. He put the back down there low and he just got this little flair beyond the reach of the second basement. Ed. The next thing you know the twins are committing error after after you're on the game on an extra innings. See under that is long as the brewers of and play on the twins remember back in the American. League they were in the same division. So they played all the time. Now you get them occasionally in Italy historically, they just played wild great games and. At game last night would have been a great when actually have had fans out but we don't have that. Eddie four, I want to. Move here. A little bit of a different direction I though I want to revisit circle back to a topic that I was discussing. Earlier in the program. I was talking about the input from the. Washington County, health department. To some of these local school districts, they decided to not open their doors. Most districts in Washington county are opening however Germantown talent came out with the decision that. I'm just getting. Reams of COMPLA- P people don't know who to complain too. So they can play to be and I I get that. That's fine. But you need to complain to your school board members. and. I know that a lot of people feel comfortable telling me because I agree with them and they're not comfortable confronting some lefty who selling them out. Germantown is the southernmost district. In Washington county you can't go any farther south in Washington County and still be Washington county German towns in the southeastern quarter sweat is. Likewise Masaki County the southernmost dischord sticklers. Zaki is Malcolm themes know what's the to on the southern edge? And those counties that it made the decision to not go to full-time opening of schools I've been contacting Matthew joined, who is the new superintendent of Mechlin themes felt. And asking him about the decision that was made by the school board. That is so angered parents and I said, did you get input on this on the Ozaukee? Washington Health Department and To Dr Joins credit he honestly answered the question and said, yes he said that we have been getting input from both Wisconsin Department of Health Services. That's Andrea Palm. And The Washington health. Department, which is Kirsten Johnson. He said they both provided information, but then went on to say that it is his understanding that the Ozaukee Washington? Health. Department supports that decision to not open the schools. I might be splitting hairs here but I don't think I am. I do not believe that a pointed bureaucrats should either be supporting or opposing policy decisions. This is the problem that we have. In Washington, the State Department thinks that it's the president and they sandbagged prompt they sandbag Republicans the same thing happens in the EPA. You have these bureaucrats when given a little bit of power. Thank that well I know better. I got a master's degree. I gotTa this that or the other thing. This is why we can't let these health ordinances passive places like Cheboygan County whatever authority is granted will be abused. I want to analogize my point go to breaking Matt expand this the following way. I've mentioned that like all the Cardi if you do any kind of reading, this is all the cardiologists in America are on the no are pushing the no carbs. Now, it started with a guy from Milwaukee who weep belly and it's just the big thing cardiologists are big on the no carbon. There's significant reason for it but their belief is that if you lower the amount of carbs as what's the term is called Kito or just low carbs or low limit, your cards that lots of things will improve your blood sugar numbers will improve significantly for people that are pre diabetic or diabetic, which is a health crisis. Now, the United States are diabetes numbers I through the roof because we're all too fat that you'll lower that by going the low-carbon it's better for your heart. It's better for this that and the other thing. Here's the thing though. What cardiologists worry about. I'm asking. The Heart? I know this is an obvious question, but it's such a key point to be. The, cardiologists don't seem to defy if you. You know go to fourteen out steak. And then you know put butter on top of it. The other they beat the sour cream don't get the light. Get the full sour crave. That seems perverse, right? WHO's uncomfortable with that advice? In the medical community. This is a key point, the ideologists. The cancer, doctors. There's a fair amount of evidence that a lot of that gloppy. Can Be cancer causing. Now here's my point with regard to these health officers and talk at a school districts and so on. Of course, the cardiologists is going to focus on what's good for the heart. What's the college is going to focus on preventing cancer? Baseball team. Better example, go to a football team. That offensive coordinator as different priorities said, the offensive coordinator, the head coach has to take input from both. Of course, the health director is going to err on the side of lacking people up for the next ninety years. So that none of us ever has germ waft by. You can't let people who are only focused that a part of the equation make your decisions. So don't ask them. You can get numbers from them do not get recommendations of bureaucrats whose expertise is only in the one area because everything we have in life is balancing numerous things. It's the problem we'd made with our country, our overreaction to Kobe in gutting the economy, killing somebody businesses, and creating all of these additional health problems with people not going in for cancer suicides going up pressure et Cetera because we only focused on the one part, the coalpit. When you have appointed bureaucrats who are in charge of what area do not let them ever make a final decision on anything is the elected officials who have to balance all factors in the case of the schools. The factor of whatever the health issue is with the mental health of the children not being in school the convenience of the parents they have their kids in school the need to have these children progress in the competitive world that we're in. So they have to have a proper in person learning. Experience, of course, somebody WHO's involved in public health is going to say one thing just to somebody who is seriously concerned about any of the number of other things might have a different input elected officials by their nature and individuals. All of us by our nature have to process all pieces of information we have I'll given excessive power to these health commissioners they have abused they have made bad decisions from the chief crack vouching on dowd, but the real problem is us and giving excessive way to their input. If, Shankar had his way by the way he's mentioned on the show twice at the same show all the Beatles logs would have been. At it. Was the was the Beatles side that they had the Abbey Shankar's Sitar. Really famous one. Late sixties I can I can hear. Beta the thing they got into that whole thing with him and George Harrison. George Harrison took Ravi Shankar under his way. There is that but. Little come. To be. My point on this is my point on this. Is that anybody who has a folk? Norwegian would yeah I think there was another one in there to Norwegian woodhead that great little sitar sound ended. Tomorrow never and how they had all right Friday. It's up to Ravi Shankar. Hey, jude whether I had a sitar in there and you would net Paul McCartney played the bass. Will you be quiet now he's given me every slugged it has the Sitara are they Ravi Shankar Sitar Sitar? Sitter the yeah. But sometimes, the Beatles Ravi Shankar actually planted on one of the it might have been Norwegian would amount of and something. Else I. don't care. Let if you have input on that Paul welcomes this type of. It. Won't take long but I'm GonNa, tie these points together that I've been making here. About what actually happens not for school teachers get to shove everybody around and whatever they say goes the kinds of balancing decisions that regular old Americans have had to make for the last six months as a result of COVID. Some people facing economic ruin sin people are sitting on their butts getting rich with all the extra unemployment checks they're getting some people's businesses if exploded real estate agents, other people are doomed chefs. Some people. They come into work everyday just as they always have because they're deemed essential others are trying to learn how to do their entire job at home in a bedroom work at at home. This is what real life during all of this is Ben something. At us? Essentially by governmental overreaction. But now let's put ourselves for once I always tell you to put yourself in the shoes in this next brief segment. I'm GonNa put you in your own shoes. Sinking Thinking this is the you without you Sexual George. George playing guitar with this was the Ravi. Shankar. Influence type of Beatles music. Hall says the Sitar is the only instrument you can think of more annoying than the Bagpipe. Hearing at an Iraq. Back in the day. So. This is the present. Long. -partment producer was genius he to use this stuff. Influence Beatles sound of the lay. Of the late sixties within you without you is those what are those signs scientists never really a single. I'm almost positive. Sergey packer is that is it on sergeant peppery. Almost positive. A lot of blocking. Is there any psych in the sixties for which there wasn't that? Drugs should like get a CO writer credit for like everything from nineteen, sixty, five, ninety, eight, right. Paul said Yes i WanNa hold your head really needed to be no everybody thinks that the that the lucy in the sky with diamonds was the dividing light in their People question whether or not that's stood for S.. I actually think the Beatles vitamin so they don't remember if it stood for that because it didn't seem to be unedited house aren't let's get to this. I have, as you know, gotten lots and lots and lots and lots of feedback and many much of it very emotional from parents who are crushed stated angry furious. that. In their communities they're either not going to open the schools or. I'm getting a real. Group of complaints about this hybrid thing for people say that that's just the worst thing of all you know go to school on Monday and Wednesday if you're from eighth, Adam and Tuesday and Thursday. If you're L through Z and then rotate the Fridays Southern, it's one on the other that that this just creates chaos and it's even worse rhythm for the kid that they'd almost be better off a total virtual. Rather than have the. Kid. Disarm you're just doing in one day, and then out the other I, Cherry picked out two or three to share with you. Not, necessarily because of the points that they make four against the schools because I thought, they were interesting insights. into the way, a decision like this rate would greet. A thirty, four, thirty, seven, whatever they are. Parrot. Of. Aid to Kenya old kid. So. Just a few of them. The first is to Germantown Germantown is displayed the decision to go to an extremely impossible explained hybrid plaid, some of the kids that are in full time some other part time by the alphabetical. Then the high school I think they take a can of alphabet soup, shake it up in the air and. Lands on your nose you go to school on Thursday but not to anyway. Mark I wanted to make you aware that Germantown School districts is back as I'm bad decision number two for the twenty twenty, one school year taps this the letter I received within the last hour notifying families of the move to two days a week of in-school instruction for middle school students as well as modification to every other day class for the high school kids schedule. I am contacting the board members to voice my outrage and was hoping you would spread the word to other district families to build momentum so our children can receive. The essential service for the basic education we pay dearly for. The thought of our children getting a subpar education. Because of cowardice of the school board and Teachers Union. makes my blood boil. I am it essential worker. Proud to be putting an extra hours in serving high risk population. Feel free to use my name if you choose to do so. I rarely get. Ninety. Nine percent don't use my name and of course I never use names and even when they want their names used in us, I tend not to do it. This woman wants her name out there. She's so mad. And did you see what she? I she's at essential worker I. Don't know what a job is, which is that she serves a high risk population. She's doing her thing at infuriates are her kids are being shot changed on their education. Her name is Christina Broncos. Again I shared only because she's literally almost begged. So impassioned she feels. Not from another community of this wad that it's I mentioned from a woman, but she does not want her name shared. She's referring to the decision that she received yesterday a two, forty, nine from maxine failed indicating that. They are going to renege on their earlier plans to start in school instead of going to start with virtual. I couldn't believe they were stating ZIP codes to potentially be hotspot worries odes. People found out about this all day via next door and facebook. But no official statement of Santo to forty nine PM yesterday afternoon. So. There was quite a frenzy all day. Now her point was the school board met on Monday night. Yet people were finding out about this through the social media APPS. Next door is a neighborhood kind of thing facebook that there was not actually any communication from the school district at all. So in the meantime, imagine the word fired around the community she continues. We are now in a scramble. To. Get our daughter enrolled for impersonal learning. Thinking about this she's pulling her kids out of Montville. She's got five days. Most schools shouldn't say most many start next week the twenty fourth. This woman is pointing out worse crab leg. We are trying to find a district to put our kid and we're not gonNA take this. We are now in a scramble to get our daughter enrolled for in person learning Grafton was full for the grade that we need. The closest public school is in Cedar. Berg. So we're currently looking into a private school. I don't wish any ill will on anyone. But I hope other parents are seeking alternative learning to cause a ripple effect through the public schools in our district. I thought that was played interesting. I made this comment earlier in the program. Wonders. How many parents it might only be a few. Decide screw this, and pulling my kids out I'm GonNa go somewhere where there's a teaching staff that cares enough about my kids. That, they're going to put up the schools. We already have declining enrollment and we have open enrollment of the State of Wisconsin. We have a growing number of private schools competitions for these kids. Can you think of a worse thing to do? During this time them to. Work up the saliva your mouth ED shoot a big FAT WADA DOB in the face of these parents. Too Graphic for you. Paul's five with graphic at allergy. Now, this one. This percent of the Oak Creek School, district, and board. Your last minute decision to start schools virtually, and then extort parents is absolutely appalling in oak. Creek the saying for one hundred dollars a week you can send their kids to school of about a daycare for. You are in the position. To do what is in the best interest of the students have our community, not the teachers and again, this is the key, the school district's think that is their role to suck up to the teachers. that. It'd be a stupid as our radio station thinking that we exist for the purpose of me making money and me not putting on a radio talk show. Furthermore. Your apathy for the tax payers of your community is outrageous as you completely ignored our voice during the survey earlier this year. The results were clear that parents want their kids in school to learn be social and build the skills. They need to become better than the previous generation more importantly to be able to grow up thrived make good decisions and intelligent choices. The skills your organization during Copa Nineteen seems to lack. In the past week both the CDC and children's Hospital of Wisconsin have come out publicly stating get a safe it essential for students to return to school children's went further to underline the importance of school in children's lives and how the lack thereof as detrimental detriment is a detriment to their medal. This week's reversal to appease only the teachers is borderline mental child abuse to use the school is glorified daycares and for fetal less is nearly criminal. How can you justify saying it's not safe for students to return to school at the same time, but then the same breath say, well, if you pay us, the students can come back to learn while the teacher's will still be at home teaching remotely. As a lifelong member of this community to get an ask you to put yourself in the shoes of the person who writes as a lifelong member of this community former student property owner taxpayer, and family man who brought my wife into all creek and started a family here. You have for the first time in my life. Made me ashamed to say I, reside in Oak Creek What readers name he signs it. Now this one I'm not going to read this woman's name, but it is so filled with details that identify her. She seems to be okay with it. But I'm going to take out a few things so as to not do so. Suffice to say that she has a job for which. She's probably going to be laid off because she's in an industry industry that is tanking right now. But in the meantime, she's an essential employees who has been going to work doing a very difficult job every single day. And is a parrot who's now been turned around and screwed by her school this. She writes markup apparent of two children. Seven and five in the MEK month. So School district I am also would essential worker. And the names her job and have been and then mentioned read her job is since this all started my husband will be considered essential worker he was, and then she mentioned the job he had but fortunately, he changes position in February and is able to work from home. Now he did the home schooling of the spread the best that he could while working while with me working and me being gone on vic on trips, her job takes away. That wasn't school. Needless to say, we need the schools to open in the fall in filled out the survey and wrote comments imploring the district open. We are at unique and needing the schools the openness several families on our street are in the same situation. My husband watched the first school board meeting in July when they said the results of the Serb when they showed the results of the survey and that they were formulating a reopening plan, it was a worthless meeting. However. My husband had a gut feeling from the way that they were talking that the schools were going to open. So we had rolled at a private school locally, we specifically moved to make one for the schools and are now paying taxes for the schools and paying for private school tuition. I should mention I've been with and then she mentioned her company just under two years and received. A letter and July most likely will be furloughed in October. It is beyond infuriating to be paying taxes paying for private school being an essential worker and most likely losing by job while teachers claim to be a martyr too scared to go to work. Well, some of us have been doing this all log I been to and then mentioned the job the places her job is taken to. The list goes on and on and on and I am just fide it is ridiculous that they are opening at are complaining. If they are scared and don't WanNa work quit. Make Room for the good teachers who have integrity actually care about the kids they can sit at home with no paycheck I have been working want to continue to work but will be one of the few essential workers who won't have any income at the end of this month at the end of this most likely. Three of our school board members terms April twenty, twenty, one since I. Made Out of a job. It seems like a great time for me to run and replace those hacks. After also after the announcement this week three other families on our street have no enrolled at the same private school. And their first day is today enough. She signs it. I don't want to identify her by name but. I took out a fair number of details. Another one they found a private school. And again furious. Through this whole period, many people you know Paul and I don't think we don't think we're martyrs covid into work admittedly there on a lot of people that are building lit talk show about the radio. He's a producer I don't WanNa be try to do this dial somewhere remote. So we're here. We're parties is part of our job people working manscaping. It's part of the job the people that are higher job the people that are you know do plumbing. It's part of the job zillions of people out there doing the cops, firefighters, aliens, EMS, they're. Doing the job during the during the IT's part of the drought. Okay. You gotta six go out around we still work. That's just part of what I think is other people. Okay. The company doesn't feel safe having you come into work instead account the taken all the computer crap and try to do it off of home communicating via email tried to set up these online networks going through active verification every three hours we'll do what it. It's part of the deal they're doing it whether or not we ought to be doing overreacting doesn't matter. You still have your job to do other people they work in the restaurant business they're going under they work in retail, they go under. They working commercial management they clean office buildings they have no office buildings soclean they're going under. They're hoping that they can get this government check check otherwise the going out of the food pantry that that thing that they've got what you talk about the traveling thing that's going they travel the discreet absolutely decimated the people who in that killed the people who own hotels are out foreclosures in the hotel business like crazy every kind of different. Experiences some people work even harder now that they've ever had a work others facing ruin some people in a business, suddenly take it off, and this is the reality of what happens when you throw this big fat giant curveball society and whether we did the right thing or not he's not my point. My point is that across the board for what I just mentioned for people that here the laid off, there is a shot or you are. Working real estate and you're making a fortune or everywhere it'd be between your somebody in radio that's work at home doing sales, your me and Paula, whatever it is. I am telling you I struggled to find one DAB group of employees anywhere who has complained about this other than the teachers everybody else's accepted the reality of their thing except these big mouth crybabies empowered by school board member should rather listen once again their bleep and screw everybody else. God bless the private school teachers who are all reporting to work. They're all operating the things, God bless the parents who are pulling their kids out of the public schools and sending their kids to go to be learned from teachers who actually teach rather than he stiffs are sitting up there cottages up up there up north say. Like a sacrifice, I'll do seven minutes a day on zoom six, twenty, news oh the word. As ranch go. That was pretty good. Was it. I just write about this I mean there's a hearing there somebody I've postal. Poi- complain about her Fedex complain these people that suddenly are doing door dash running every sick person's door grabbing every coveted festive doorbell take a change credit credit. None of them are complaining you but you see anybody else complaining. Even, in Sports Lorenzo, Cain complain he just said I won't take the money I'll go home I'll go home the teacher you're not. You don't want to give quick give the body back to all. They're getting paid. They're all getting paid the teachers. We haven't even laid off some of them and settle cases all zoom. Let's just have one second grader zoom for everybody. They're all still getting paid. The point that I make is as a country we have shown tremendous patients with this whole damn thing. And just about everybody whether you're doing extra work less work at home in person change it up find different. Other than the occasional here and there some individual as a group who's complained other teachers who said, they're not going to do what other teachers the at the university professors I should throw that in teachers to say what other than that everybody else is doing this just fine and his keeping their mouths shot. Once, I've heard that diverted Dirk Dr Doctors, nurses I aren't eighty the people that are the help out the people at the clinics doing temperature checks all day. Can you imagine a more miserable rat and job than that? How'd you like to be an Uber driver? Your income has gone you don't have what at all than. If you finally still get one here comes some Cova Guy, blow it all over your car. Get no complaints. We've done spectacularly well as a society and dealing with this mess one grope. Crybaby pitchers what. F. Predicting, do it in public only going to be one group in society that's GonNa wind and complain and not handle. This wouldn't we all have known it would a band the public school teachers. Lost the lottery back that. Give. People say what is it your mother and I really think by by the Guardian and? I really do I just think the teachers that existed back that day Part of it was. When I was getting I was the one that didn't want to go I was faking sick. She was the one that was trying to drag by sorry whining complaining but out of bed. Course the guy that's what it's come to the kids been out of school for but I. Think that this would be great never going to school. These kids are going nuts, nuts. So now in Germantown, if it's Tuesday in leap year and a quarter moon and the big hand hits can and the little hand hits eight, you can come to school for four and a half minutes and you were born April the seventeenth when. When we were still under the sign of Aries. German Tom Plan, but it actually is it's more confusing than what I just said. Family. Family is the word family fam. Hawai. Again I. WANT TO STRESS EVERY I. I'm tired of having to explain this because I always make Clermont. Anti in the public school teachers who WanNa work in those that are in districts that returning I am not talking about you. And I'm not talking about any of the private school teachers I am obviously referring to those who don't want to work have complained to the school board members. If you live in a community near a teacher who wants to work, but you're shut down, I'm not crazy and that I don't feel like I should have to explain that the. Talk about. A bad doctor I'm not criticizing the good doctors. If I talked about a bad talk show host certainly, not criticizing myself I'm talking about the Mayor Creek. Wins Mark belling late afternoon show you I think it's not only is the first show that Ravi Shankar got mentioned twice in the same show and it might be the only show he's ever been mentioned that. there. Easy. Eventually, that I've ever laughing which neither of us can name anybody else who plays the Sitar I mean other people played at George. Harrison played it. But nobody when you think of that instrument, he's the only person you think of right. I don't know that there's any other instrument where he's like the. Internet and wireless should always have you covered with xfinity your cover far and wide get the best experience at home with extended x y and the best wireless coverage with xfinity mobile to learn more click call or visit a store today requires residential takes than it Internet research and supply. Almost any instrument you can think of you can think of like maybe tour guys that are two or three people that do it anyway I said. To Paula, didn't believe me but you can look up no anything. That's again where no discussions fun because he just look it up on Google said I, swear Rava Shankar Played Woodstock and the reason I remember that is the difference it. He'd say Woodstock and live which occurred fifteen years later in nineteen eighty-four was live aid was on live. TV and live radio and everybody heard it in real time there was no live broadcast of Woodstock. People. went to woodstock and then he came back and told these stories that we thought there are making all up. It wasn't until they did a movie and there was a record the record came out a couple of years later and when I say record, it was vital that it was an you know flipped the record over at all of that and that had some of the performances and then there. Was the movie and but that was like a three year delays. So that was a delayed reaction in terms of who did what, and then you know it was three days all night, and so what they only put a tiny fraction, the performances that were on there. But Woodstock, it was the most weird eclectic light up that you could imagine there's Ravi Shankar out that crosby stills, Nash, the WHO were their. Blood. Sweat and Tears Melanie brand new key I mean just F- could imagine at people have debated forever what the greatest performance at Woodstock was. Well, I didn't see it all the ones that are on the on the movie you're on the record. So odd and. It's hard to answer that but I do know. Santana was. I do know which performance wants the record came out in the movie came out of this a said eighteen months to two years later. Riveted people of my generation created the most buzz and talk and it was by five Jimi Hendrix. Now he closed it off. He was the last guy that was up there I mean he played there's no no I'm just saying who cares nobody left this we heard the thing later what? Jimi Hendrix is dead by the time the record came out because I think the records that two years after he did purple haze on there but he did that to this day people argue about whether or not it was disrespectful or it was virtuoso his version of the Star spangled banner Ad. I happen to think that there's you can do the Star spangled banner. Any way you want as long as you're showing respect, you could do a country you can do a jazz, you could do it soul you can do a traditional you could do it operatic like Robert Merrill used to do at the Yankee game. So you can do it out of the Electric Guitar Heady Accords that people didn't know existed as long as you're not mocking a making fun of the music you're giving an homage the same as any other piece of music and I thought Jimi Hendrix's version of the Star spangled banner was incredible but the thing about it that I remember is Remember this is nineteen, sixty nine and I'm probably here at seventy what I Just had never heard someone make a guitar sound like that which is why he's still considered by many. I mean, what are the greatest guitarist of all time I mean just curious three notes other than we know what's his version? That's how he made the Qatar. Really, I'd say to this day wouldn't you say? Paul said he was left handed and he thinks that that affected how he had a cousin would play the chords with the right hand and right Obviously, he not he I told there aren't many left handed guitars. In fact, a lot of left is just play a right handed guitars. Paul McCartney plays left hat and Hamburg played. You said left handed. So anyway. Woodstock. With you on the go back and check the sadness that we're out there I mean some of these joan s is played at four o'clock in the morning. Like the first four somehow sweetwater got in their mountain was in there and it just. country. Joe and the fish, and then the famous fish chant. The chant was. I'll give you the first letter of giving off while you're. Not GonNa. Give you the second letter. All right six, thirty five. Thirty minutes.

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7-15-20 - The Wauwatosa Common Council is calling for the removal of a Wauwatosa police officer

The Mark Belling Show

2:35:17 hr | 1 year ago

7-15-20 - The Wauwatosa Common Council is calling for the removal of a Wauwatosa police officer

"And. Good afternoon Milwaukee this is the mark belling late afternoon show. On News Talk Eleven thirty W I S at. It's possible the decision I'd have to. Think through thirty years of history of this show. But it's possible. The decision by the wildwood. Common Cosa last night. To, call for the firing of officer Mensa. Is the most despicable governmental action that has occurred in the state of Wisconsin, since I've been doing my program possible, there might be something else in there, and there's a lot of territory obviously to cover. But it's possible. It's obviously all part of this larger progression that I want to talk about today's program and I. WanNa be both. Optimistic and pessimistic at the same time. What of the? Senses that I get a lot of people is that they feel that we are losing control of our communities were losing control of our country losing our society where it going from. A country premise that freedom, capitalism and individual rights. To a kind of combination of Marxism and fascism. That's premise that tyranny. And they feel as though there's nothing they can do about it. Well. Let me deal with that for a moment. I there is you can do about it. This is not a foregone conclusion. It means however that you have to be willing to do things that a lot of people have not been willing to do before. Most of these fights that we have been talking about are winnable. The reason that we know that they are winnable. Is they pretty much one for most of the two hundred and fifty years of this country's history? We have never degenerated to the mob. Rule that we have right now because. I know this is going to sound repetitive, but it's actually my entire point. The reason we have never degenerated into mob rule before now is because we've never degenerated into Marlborough before though what? Are you telling me you don't think we had people who want to engage in mob rule before three months ago. Of course we did. We simply never tolerated it. You think we never had people who wanted us to be a Marxist socialist society, before of course we did. You. We never had people who wanted us to have no police officers or far fewer police officers, of course we did. With regard to the culprit reactions. You think you don't have people. We haven't had people that have tried to boss around and tell us that you have to put a mask on. You have to do this. You have to do that. You have to shut down of course we have. People wanting to do these things. That's not new. What's new? Is that by and large? We have let them do it. Now in some cases. Your ability to do anything about it is limited BASTAAD. where it is that they want to do what they WANNA do. It is very hard. To Stop Seattle from going to hell. The. Majority of people in Seattle have apparently chosen to allow the committee to go to hell. And there's not much the rest of us can do about that. But most of us don't live in Seattle. There is no reason why we have to allow the other parts of the country. To fall apart and to do this. Now I'm going to share a story here before circling back to the Watto, story. I'M GONNA try to get back into this in much greater depth later, but I wanNA. Use it now to indicate that all is not lost. We've been following this Porsche. And it started with the administration, and then spread to the seventy two member goon squad known as. The county health officers of the State of Wisconsin who've demonstrated that the vast majority of them are willing to terribly abused their power, and don't believe in individual freedom, and when given a little bit of authority to Elbow people in the face, and take advantage of them and shoved them around. And said fortunate that we have to draw that conclusion, but there's no other way to view. What's happening in Wisconsin given the kind of abusive action that's occurred from some of these local government officials. So anyway, this pushed out at after Tony Givers and Andrea Palmer told by the State Supreme Court that they can't issue their statewide health order that they started encouraging municipal and county health directors to issue their own local orders had in fact, it came up with this template and magically almost every community of the state. The exact same order was put in place. There has bad in many areas of rebellion against this. There was rebellion when they tried to do it at Walworth County. The only reason they didn't do it at Walworth County is because the county board there. Was told overwhelmingly by residents that they didn't want them to do it. There's been a similar proposal in Dodge County. It's still twisted around out there. And what are the first communities that had proposal like this? Was Jefferson County now? This is really interesting stuff and again I don't want to do the whole thing right now, but I feel the need to do not to discuss the context of La Tosa. Jefferson County had proposed. Eight Accordion Health Ordinance that it's the same as all of the others go into people's houses. You can do this that or the other. The take the furniture. Take this. Take away their right. Simply because some unelected bureaucrats decided that you wanted to do what they wanted to empower them. To do all of this. The meeting in Jefferson County whether or not to move forward with this was last night. I'm told. Hundreds of people showed up now I didn't see video, so I can't count them, but I am told by people who were there that it was in the hundreds. And the County Board voted on the ordinance. Now. Nothing's ever getting government. People don't understand that you can bring something back up. Whatever you want, you can put something down ninety. It's like a school referendum. You vote it down. Ninety seven thousand times at they pass the next time. It's in effect. And I'm not saying that they are going to try to bring it back, but the vote was overwhelming to shoot it down because hundreds of people showed up in that county after telling their elected officials, they don't want this. In other words you can stop. This abuse by government. And this move toward. Good as radical, but it's almost really not fill. Some of the things that are being done are insane. They're crazy. In, addition, to be I, being un-american, unfair immoral. Violation of people's rights. And ultimately will lead based premise mob rule will ultimately lead to the deterioration and destruction of our communities. I merely bring up the Jefferson County. Thing to say that well. You can't stop these things you know you can. However. It's very hard for anyone to do anything individually on their own. On. Either yesterday or Mondays Program I forget which one. We, played the audio of. The young woman who held a sign, saying police lives matter. She went to a black lives. Matter it held up. A police lives matter side. She's a young Latina woman and. She wanted to take her own standing. She showed up at a black lives matter. Rally. Holding her side, and of course, they went nuts. Some of them tried to physically attack her. But she survived, and her comment was look. I'm just a girl. That's what she described yourself. I don't know how old she is. She's young. I'm just a girl, if I. I'm not exceptional. If I could do this, anybody can do this. But I grant you. It's hard for one person to do it. How'd you like to be one? Young woman showing up at a black lives matter. Rally holding a sign. That they'd like? Admittedly, that's courageous. and. It's hard to get anywhere when there's only the what of you. So if you'll say well, what can I do? What can I do and I grant you on your own? It's very hard to do much of anything in our world. But, there's strength in numbers I. Keep mentioning this. So, how do you go from? One. To a large group well, here's the thing. There's lots of ones out there. They're just not organized. There are many things. that the left is smarter than the right odd. Just too bad that none of them have anything to do with actually running anything that would help us. They're smarter than the right. A lot of things at one of the things is the left has always understood. The need for organization. fact, it's. The ultimate grow at growth industry and Liberal is community organizer. We have hundreds of them right now in the state of Wisconsin on payrolls. Doing groundwork for the election. Including some that are leading some of these protests at are getting paid in order to do it. Left his always understood the power of organization. All these rallies that we have going on was somebody's got to organize him. Somebody has to be the ringleader. Somebody has to get all the other people to show up. Somebody has to get the word out. Somebody has to recruit four or five sub leaders to say. Get your people out. It requires that. That's how you get a bunch of people who may have wanted to do something, but didn't know what to do on their own and do it together. This is true of all most anything. The left has all of these organizations backed off with government grants? In which they set up the organization, you're such and such, but then they take ninety nine percent of the money to do this. Political activists stuff. Sometimes it's money that comes from foundations is a lot of billionaires. Tom Style gives to a bunch of these sorrows his money as all over the place. There's a bunch of others so sometimes it comes from private grants. Sometimes it comes foundations, and sometimes it comes from government, but they've got all of this organization and the organization works. My side is very disorganized. We have almost no groups that you can think of and the ones that we do. Have they just don't Organiz for instance in Milwaukee you do have Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce that is an organization. He doesn't do anything. Shut, we can shut down a business out. If they don't require everybody to have a mascot, we can take away their license. They do business and the didn't do a damn thing to stop that. Walkie common. Council is going to slash the size of the police department. The MAC didn't do anything to stop. There's no organization there with with that with that at all, so you have to form your own organizations, or you have to have some people that are willing to roll up their sleeves and get these kinds of things going. It requires somebody who has a little bit of an initiative. Saying Hey I'm going to let's just grab as. Bad example because it's so in the news but Tosa. There's nothing to stop. Tour three people at Walla Tosa simply going to decide. We're GONNA organize here. And in order to organize anybody. We'd have to raise money. And we're GONNA USE THAT MONEY WE'RE GONNA pay ourselves salaries well a board of directors whole thing. And then we are going to organize. Organize and organizing every time. The government is proposing something we don't like. We are going to get out there. And HAVE PEOPLE RAISE HELL? Show up at public meetings. Contact their public officials publicizing. Get the word out on social media. Get the word out. Neighborhood groups go out these social media things you know in individual communities and mentioned that the stuff is going to happen. And do it again and again and again, and you can do this to get if that's your job. And the left has a Zillion of these guys who this is their job. You think all of these people that are walking around with make phones at volunteers. I don't know where all their buddy comes from. Trust me Frank. Navy's money's coming from somewhere. It might be Soros, but it's usually you can't prove it. Sauce sows smart enough. It's it's. Pretty much everybody other leftist smart with regard to these things. It's the same thing that the market well about that show Ozark. It's the same thing that he does like you launder all Mata yet. That's. Illegal flag, if for example I wanted to support a cause I could. Set up a foundation which sets up a group that has a separate board of directors, and you don't see my name out of that group. To another group of that gives the grand to another. By the time it gets down to the actual one. That's paying the people that are walking around with the megaphones on the streets. In never goes back to who it is that you know that funded. Nonetheless, you don't have to do it to the the back door like that. You to the front door. When The right organizes. The right is effective. I would say the most effective organization on the right. Is the NRA. But again this is highly organized. GET MUDDY! I'm. I don't even know what level of member I am. The DNR is brilliant at getting money from you. It doesn't matter what type of member you are. There's always something that's a higher level that you can think. Congratulations on being a lifetime charter, founding, patriotic superstar, elite platinum member, but now it's time mark belling for you to go to a higher level doesn't matter what level you at your at you always go hair. He's always getting money from you. The NRA. Cakes that money and they or their extremely well organized, and they fight at every level they can't. They're very good at communicating to their members. If something's going on election or a proposal in such and such a community, they'll get used to be come in the mail. Now email alerts and so on. They get that word out right away. Their field organizers all over the place. No again they've got to staff at a lot of people think that the staff spins too much money. A lot of people think that the guy who runs at Lapeer is overpaid and so on, but the point is that money that organization has been effective. The left has not been particularly successful in banning God's. I believe that if trump loses twenty twenty, one will be the urine which they are successful at batting guns, but so far they have not been, but only because the NRA has fought and fought and fought and fought. Now that's just the one issue, but it's the rare case that I sight of organization on the right now that's a big national huge. I'm talking here about some of these things being done at the most local of level. Again I use hosts as an example, which is a battle because toes is just. A basket case of. Atrocious government it could be anywhere. Can literally be anywhere and obviously the greatest need for it would be in a community. I monopoly falls is a community that has had some of this. It needs to have more. Germantown is the next community either Germantown and east drier, and the crosshairs of the Liberals where they're gonNA. Try to pollute the school curriculum to. Make it even more radical than and un-american, and so on these things are all going on kind of behind the scenes with organization on the left, but there's no organization on the right to alert people to it and inform people about it. It can't always be me because I can't cover every single community. That's out there, but if you're the local organization, that's say just inventing a case. Southern Washington County. And you're paying somebody to be on top well, then that's how it's done. That's what the left does. It is remarkable. How many of these community organizers are paid by the Democratic Party or affiliated with one nonprofit organization after it other? There are almost no community organizers on the right. This is a weakness of our side, not because community organization is a noble profession, but because as I was saying before you need to be organized, let's imagine. You have nine hundred people at a community who think one way about something whatever that is then have to beat the police issues just something. But they're not part of any group. Have Nine hundred separate people each of living in a different house, each of living in a different part of the community. They all feel strongly about something. But none of them. No, no, who wanted other is. And they wonder what is it that I can do? So they end up completely. Uncoordinated in their efforts, maybe a few of them right at a few emails, nothing ever really happens. Nobody knows that you're supposed to show up. Nobody's keeping track of when going to be brought up at a meeting. Nobody has any kind of suggestion about having a public. It doesn't ever happen because there's no level of organization. The left never lacks organization. You wouldn't think a mob would be an organized event. But in fact, These mobs are highly organized. There's a term that came around a few years ago. That I think proves my point. It's called. Flash mob. A flash mob is something which somebody goes on some social media site. And tells a bunch of people to show up in the same place, specific location at a specific time, and usually raise hell. Many of the flash mobs have attacked. People beat them up smashed store windows stuff like that. It's a Bob, which by definition doesn't seem organize. Except the mob itself was organized, someone took the initiative to organize those people that go out and raise that kind of trouble. If a bunch of people on their own decided to commit violent while they'd all be a number, one be over here the other way to be over here very ineffective when they show up in the same place and go crazy. They're effective flash mob. The mobs that we have had. That have gone for peaceful protesting to. Bullying. Hijacking. Intimidating and the case of Tosa. Getting a common council to essentially disgrace itself. While is common council is disgraceful. With the exception of John De, Venzke, a former cop was on the council. It is a disgraceful Tom until so there's no. Reason to sugarcoat this when they're going to go out there and try to destroy a human being's life and career and reputation. Just because they don't have any guts to stand up to a bunch of non residents who've come into their community and start yelling at. That's disgraceful. These disgraceful people, the members of the Waubosa Common Council. As I say I was going to say every time we're going to exempt Dubinsky. He's the only one that voted. No to didn't show up. It's disgraceful. It is disgraceful. What is Bette allowed to happen at while the Tosa? And no one knows where it's the majority opinion of auditory or not, but we do know is this the people who are upset about what's happening while Tosa are not organized? So therefore, they have not. Communicated their message and they have not applied any pressure. The pressure has come entirely from the other side because the other side is organized. I'll do that right should. People bitching about that. I haven't given it out. No surprise they happened. Then, they yelled at him. Here's the sizzling summer cash context word. We'll do it now. Smile S., M. I l. e. for those of you. Who didn't tune in detail now you're a winner, because now you get to hear the word. You would have missed it if you want tuned in ten after three smile or you to. Smile S. M I L E text that to two, hundred, two, hundred eighty. We're GONNA. Have a winner now. Whatever I do it in a screwed up as we'll have a winter, everybody text in smile. You've got a whole half hour white. Nobody's widen. You're right. Nobody's went and I'm just claiming your wind and he would even if you're winning smile text that two hundred, two hundred, you gotta get it in before four o'clock. So that's still half hour you'll get a text. Confirming entry plus iheartradio Info Standard Data and message rates apply in this nationwide. Contest. So the people. Who are appalled at some of the things that are happening the people who while Tosa who believe that if somebody is going to go up and try to commit mass murderer at Mayfair mall that somebody should try to stop them. They're not organized. And therefore their voices have not been heard. Now as I was saying you wouldn't think that a group whose activities. Are Hell Bent I. Chaos could be described as organized, but they are. What led up to the vote last night to call for the firing of officer Mensa. were. Disruptions that have occurred at the mall descriptions that have occurred near the end outside the ball near North Avenue in Mayfair road. And two separate meetings of the Common Council, in which. Protesters showed up even though. There was no form for public commentary. They just showed up and started screaming and yelling and hijacking the meeting, and they wouldn't stop yelling, yelling and yellow to yell at a yellow yellow yellow yellow. And the members of the city council, many of whom aren't there because the meeting is virtual, and they're just watching the other home cameras zoom. They're sitting there. They don't know what to what to do about it. The mayor sitting there wearing his mask. He doesn't know what to do about it. And this just goes on and the people a yelling and screaming, and finally they answer them the at at screaming and yelling and screaming and yelling and screaming, and they keep saying the same thing. We white men fired. So the city council decided okay. We're like these mean people, I coming in and yellows, the meeting Burg and a call to have Mensa fired. That is astonishingly gutless. It's also. Immoral. And I can make a pretty strong case that it's racist. You at thirteen white people and Waubosa. Vote to fire an African American police officer who has done nothing wrong. Simply because a mob demanded. The Lily White Common. Council there may be some people have mixed race ORF? Mixed ethnicity there, but I'm looking at all their pictures. They look pretty white to be. Voted to get rid of an African American police officer because a mob demanded that they do it, even though the officer has been accused of no wrongdoing by any agency has been charged with nothing. And it was done because the organized left was making it clear that they were going to show up at every one of these meetings and disrupted the meetings unless you did this. What this was in Wa, so it was a lot of things, but it was also a perfect description of a love. Disturb a vacuum. The TOSA, city council and Tulsa officials have been hearing only one thing, and the not only hearing at. They're seeing it because people are marching in the streets in the seeing it because they're showing up at their meetings screaming at them. They might get an email or a phone call from somebody on the other side, but again it's not organized. What do you think would have happened while Matosa? If they're meeting the city council last night where they voted thirteen to one to fire the officer. Had occurred in Jefferson County where I'm. I don't know how many but some people think it was. Hundreds of people showed up to say kill the health ords if hundreds of people would have shown up and said. Support? Our Police Department. Would have demanded that loudly and made a very very. Visual demonstration of their presence in their beliefs. Maybe they would have responded differently now I get. A lot of people aren't going to want to show up. They think that they're gonNA be protesters on the other side and people who have threatened violence if people who are defending a guy. Who was heading into the ball with a loaded gun? An extended magazine with thirty five rounds of ammunition. That's what Alvin call had according to the Milwaukee police report. He not only was headed into the ball with a gun. They said he had an extended clip in it and that's just one you know. You can call it a magazine or a clip whatever the term is. He had thirty five rounds of ammunition with him. Why would anybody go anywhere with thirty five rounds of ammunition? Biggest reason you intend to go somewhere as you shoot your gut about thirty five times. So there may be some people who have been shy about confronting a group that supportive of someone like that. But still whether it was at that specific meeting or not, my point is is that if the Wahlberg Costa City Council actually saw it. I. Don't mean you have to yell and scream and be obnoxious the way. The protesters were if they simply heard and saw. Representatives have their own community with the same passionate feelings. They're less likely to do it. Now and I've used that example some of these health ordinances we have been rather successful in the communities that we have alerted people to them to stop them from being passed. And once people become aware of them, and they read how horrible these these these ordinances are. Many people deeply care. These are people who are terrified of the notion of losing their freedoms. They're generally very very afraid of the idea that a government official could enter your home and enforce some sort of rule. Like this against you. Well, there are also people who I think are terribly afraid of Walla Tosa having. A police department may be half the size that it has right now. Just that organized, so the Wilbur Tosa thing was probably not my best example the site because this could be any community. It could be anything. The school referendums are another one. The organized side is always the side that's in favor of the referendum. If we had an infrastructure and I I'm telling you if there wasn't network of organizations like this I, know many people who donate to them. For example if you had some large conservative organization decided instead of. Sitting and Madison doing its think tank crap. That? It would actually organize people on the ground to engage. In Pro community conservative activism. And would fund those local groups? There'd be a lot of conservatives who would do what sorrow some style and a lot of other people do and fund them. They find that to be a worthwhile cause. We don't have any vehicles to do that. As a general rule, the Republican Party has been very bad at it. They're getting better. They're trying to get more people on the ground. As we approached the twenty twenty election, but it's usually the Democrats have way more people on the ground, and it's the Republicans who think we can just run a trillion ads, and that's all we have to do. If the last. Couple of years let's say the last four months have demonstrated anything. It's the troops on the ground organization. Application of pressure is the way to win battles in America right now. We do not have a majority of this country. That wants us to be Marxist nation. But we are moving toward being a Marxist nation, and we will become one if. The Democrats win the president. Of the United States, said it. They will go for all of it. Biden is already made it clear. That he will move to implement the Green. No, do probably AFC will be as point personality. Forget about American industry surviving this. That's just the one area. We've seen in areas like San Francisco and Seattle. That we're willing to just take away private property and banned police. When the left gets this opportunity of when they control everything, they will move to do as much as they possibly can fill. That power is taken away from them. They will go hog wild after this. It's not a guarantee. The things that they want to do are not majority public opinion. What the Left has is a organization and be the media. Admittedly, those are powerful. Many of the things that have been going on in some of our communities simply aren't reported by the media as I've been mentioning. Maybe some people don't because I. Keep bringing up virtually. Nobody knows it. Officer men said while Matosa is black. If they knew that will change the narrative for the story. The way that people have been perceiving this is is that he's a racist, and that's why he's killing people of Color. No the media doesn't say he's white. They just never mentioned his race. If he was white. They've mentioned it every single time. Memphis picture is never in any of these stories. You think about Eddie. Cop Accused of any kind of wrongdoing for the last fifty years. All you ever see as their picture. How many times do you think we saw? Was the guy from the OJ trial Mark Fervid. How many times did you see? Mark Furman picture I I swear. It's indelibly planet in my in my brain. So. They have the media and the organized. What they don't have. It's the majority of public opinion. In most cases, they may have the majority in. Seattle they may have the majority in San Francisco. They have the majority in Madison they might even have the majority of Milwaukee, but they don't have the majority society wide. And if you WANNA stop them. You have to get people organized and people have to be willing to break out of their shell and raise their voices, because many of the things that are happening right now are happening by starting at the local level, and they are moving at warp speed. Here's what the Milwaukee Police is the agency that has investigated that Mayfair shooting because we have a lot in Wisconsin that police agencies can investigate their own police about shooting, so the incident happened while toe said it's Milwaukee police that handled the investigation, so Milwaukee Police has been the agency that's released the information that we had about what the album call shooting. This was the incident that occurred several months ago at Mayfair. Mom! I group of people was moving to take over the ball. The police responded. Cole was carrying a gun and was ordered by police to drop his gun. This was in the parking lot approaching the ball. According to a walkie police call seventeen. Fired a shot at which point officer men's have returned, fire and call was skilled. Now all we know again. Is. That's the information that was provided by Milwaukee Police. We also know from Milwaukee Police. That the gun. The call was carrying was a stolen God. We also know that it was loaded. And in a, Either Fannie packer belt pack something that he out around his waist. He had an extended clip. With thirty five rounds of ammunition. That's what he brought with him to the mall on a day that the mall was being overrun by a number of people who had decided to organize and come in and try to take over the ball. He was told the drop the gun instead of dropping the gun, he fired a shot. In a moral society and a decent community. The community would have the back of the police officer. Who put himself in danger by responding to that situation. And tried to stop somebody before he got into the mall and committed mass murder. Instead. That officers being persecuted. While Tosa. Preferred, that Alba coal rat into Mayfair and Used all thirty five rounds of ammunition and committed mass murder. He would have done that. No I don't. I do know. He had thirty five rounds of ammunition, according to Milwaukee Police. And, the news reports at the time. And I know he had the garden. He was headed toward the ball. And the Milwaukee, police do say that he did fire one shot before he was shot. Presuming, that that information is accurate, it means that he was willing to use his firearm. For simply being told not to. So I think it's a pretty good bat that. He may have intended to kill people inside the ball, but weather he gatorade. Didn't you have a man with a gun, not legally allowed to have a gun because he's only seventeen a man with a loaded gun. IGNORING IT! Officers commanded drop the gun and instead shooting the gun. While heading into a public place in an air at a time, in which mass shootings at places like malls are common occurrence in America. Amoral. Community has that officers back and thanks him for his service. And immoral community fires him. You can live at an immoral community. Not Be moral. You can be a right winger in Seattle the appalled by Seattle end. That doesn't mean you're immoral, but it does mean you live in an immoral community. Volvo right now I believe is an immoral community. Because it is acting an immoral fashion. Officer call officer Mensa. been charged with nothing. No. Agency has ruled that the shooting was unjustified. The critics of officer meant to say well, you know. He was involved in two other fatal shootings true. No Agency ruled. The either of those shootings were inappropriate. They not only didn't role that there were criminal. They did not even rule that they were a violation of departmental roles. People bring up the three shootings. But that's it obviously it irrelevant point. The two shootings had already occurred years earlier when officer arrived at Mayfair Mall, and a guy armed with a gun was running toward the mall. Ignored commands to drop the. Garden instead, shot. Whether officer men's. They had killed ninety seven people prior to that or not is irrelevant. He was sworn police officer with an obligation to protect the community at the ball. And the individual who was shot was an individual who was carrying stolen gun at an age, at which he's not even allowed to have a gun and according to the Milwaukee police fired at least one shot. Prior to himself being shot. If, officer Mensa is not. Safe from persecution by what what does the police department imagine a cop at a Greyer area? Officer says black. Imagine a white cop in a gray area. Imagine a shooting. Where perhaps you thought you saw a gun, wasn't there? Or the individual. They told him to drop the gun and you didn't maybe give them quite enough time. Is All different. This is a stolen gun loaded extended Benicia. Clip headed into a public place every reason to believe in retrospect that this might have been a mass murderer that had been stopped. It's hard to find much to criticize ed again. Not Every investigation into this is over, and if they come up with some reason to find fault with Benson than we have to be willing to look at that, we can agree with it or disagree with it, but nothing has been presented at this point that would indicate anything other than the officer had the right to defend himself at the officer had an obligation to protect a public place, in which lots of people are from an individual who brought a gun with all sorts of rounds of ammunition and a guy who, by the way we haven't even mentioned posted on facebook prior to his death, a photo of himself, brandishing his guns. If the Water Tosa Police Department had done nothing and Albacore went into the wall and killed thirty people. We would all demanding. What kind of rotten police department while the Tosa has that they see a guy armed with a gun running into the mall and they don't do anything about it much less after he fires a shot at you. So, not only was officer, apparently in a no win situation. It means that while toasts, city council has spoken loudly every law enforcement officer its department. We don't have your back. We don't support you. We don't want to protect us. Now the wobble city council can't fire officer Mezza. which is why they shouldn't have voted on this at all. The fire and police commission is the agency by law in Wisconsin. That can fire officer Mensa. But. The city council is demanding that they do so. The vote from the city council is a call for the fire and police commission to end officer Mensa's service with the city, so the fire and police commission can now say they have cover from the city council, and the fact that the vote was thirteen to one with all the Alderman dubinsky boating know. That, it's apparently the overwhelming statement of the governing body in that community. As they say, you could be a lefty income with every dumbbell idea under the sun. This is beyond that. This is offensive obscene, and as I say I believe, immoral. It's immoral to not only take away someone's job, but to take away someone's reputation. When not only did they do nothing wrong, but instead you can make a strong case. They acted heroically. Tomorrow. And the fact that it's a bunch of whites doing African. American guide makes you wonder. Maybe, it is short while we're toasted that black lives don't matter. Maybe that's what they're saying. The White Common Council Alberto's that wants to fire the black top who tried to defend? The People Mayfair Mall probably the majority of whom are white. I really question the next time. There's a call for assistance at Mayfair Mall. If the toast, the police should respond. I'm serious about this I'm not saying they should. Saying a question it. Because the Walla does the city council clearly doesn't want them to respond to do anything? So the next time a mob shows up with a bunch of guns, apparently prayer to shoot up the ball. Whatever damage they maybe the Tosa. Police Department just shouldn't respond because their city council doesn't want them to respond. They certainly don't want them to protect the public. Is it a graceful pack of people. I know why they did it. We've got to stop these people from coming to the meeting and yelling at us. That's a little backbone. They were. To Destroy Officer Ben, say and his life just because they didn't like the yelled at. And again. The only counter I could offer to that. Is when you only hear the one side. They need to hear the other side as well and I would certainly hope. That somebody figures out a way to get some organization communities like while the Tosa, so the city council there. So clowns like Joel Tillerson and Mike Morgan. Maybe. It's a good idea to read their Daves. I'm GonNa read the names of the remember Alderman Dubinsky voted knows that he is not part of my criticism here. James Molden. Mac Stick. Kathleen crazier. Kim Hansen Nancy, Welsh Ernst Franson. Michael Walsh. Heather cool of course is the sponsor of a Joel Tillerson Margareta Riley Alison Burn Mike Bargain Jason. Cope with Jason Wilkie Craig Wilson according to the online story to members were not present. If. They want to state that they would have voted. No, that's Nancy welshing Tim Hansen. If they want to state that. If they were present, they would have voted no. I would point that out for the record, but of the fourteen showed up. The only would've voted no result of and Dubinsky. Who by the way is a long time command officer in the? Police Department I don't know if he uses D. detective detective at the Tosa police for thirty years. And he was the only one. Who voted against trying to destroy? Officers meant life because they got a little bit of heat and criticism. So again if you live in Walvis, I'm not saying that your shameful person. I saying you need to be ashamed of your community because you're skier, community is shameful. This is shameful. Shameful. To disgrace the mayor, the committee Dennis McBride. He's a disgrace. These are disgraceful people. To sell out another human, being much less than African American human being over this. Because a bunch of protests in Milwaukee came at a yelled at him. It's a disgrace. It's 353 at newstalk seven thirty Winz it's time for rather traffic on ninety four westbound ten minutes downtown out to Morland Road and starting to see some showers and thunderstorms moved through the area. That's going to keep the speeds down from the Lynch that all. You're really happy with your wallet. Come well, you know I. I haven't been happy with them since about nineteen ninety-seven, so it doesn't really change this. This is not only a new Loewe. This is I can't really think. Of any governmental body in Wisconsin. Doing anything worse than this in the thirty years doing this program, this is simply. Despicable and the thing that's most despicable about it is that it's gratuitous because they. Can't fire the police officer. They're only calling another agency to do it. They could've simply said what they've been saying all along that. This isn't our area. It's the fire and police commission. This was specifically done. It's his send a signal out that we don't like this cop at were with you. The protesters said stop come into the meetings and yelling at us. We're with you. You. We're not with this copy prior to protect us. We're going to bend over backwards in stick our beak into this thing and make it clear that we are against the Tosa police against this officer, and where with the agitators, Milwaukee, who run around carrying signs, saying it's wrong for the police department to try to stop. What could have been a mass shooting at Mayfair Ball? Chicken bleep is the word I would use for these plants way to solve the problem is that all the appropriate words are words? You can't say the radio which is why I use this. Despicable immoral are the the biggest thing that I can come up with, and I think that this is not morally defensible, and it is despicable. What is being done to this officer to his family to people know him the other people on the Department who now realize that they have sold out. It's despicable and other than defense key. This is just the despicable gang of people you talk about mob rule while mob rule is what started the pressure this but that common council acted. In the form of a mob. Easily should follows throughout it. You can just accept in Walmart does Tulsa there is no justice. There's no due process. There's no nothing they're simply a community that doesn't have the integrity to back. Noble Noble public servants who do. The right thing. I? Wins Mark. Late afternoon show. The larger point. Here is not the lotto situation. The larger point is is that there are people that are just very very distressed. At what they see going on in our country. While we're toast, says the same community that is very likely to take down the names of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln off the schools again, because a bunch of people who are loud and organized. They're demanding it. And there's nobody organized at all in the other side that is opposed to it. We're seeing wholesale across the United States People's rights, being violated seeing the heritage of our country being attacked. We're seeing not just statues but memorials. Being altered we're seeing. Demands to put lies in our school curriculum. We're seeing government officials have refused the. Schools but continue to pay overpaid. Lazy schoolteachers set on their butts and do nothing. We've got all of this going on, and we have a media that is. Totally in the bag and is reporting unfroze. We're learning that this whole covid number surge is. Possibly not existed. There are people just seeing this and realize they're being lied to saying public officials that are selling them out. They're seeing values. That were longstanding American values. You obey the police. You support your local police officers. You, don't support criminals with guns who are threatening to kill people and the just seeing a turned on their head what I've tried to tell the audience is that if you're not part of this, you're not alone. People feel as I just feel I feel like we're losing our country I feel like I'm all alone. You feel like you're all alone. Because you're not hearing anyone else say what you think, but as I keep pointing out just because you don't see or hear, something doesn't mean it's not there. Conservatives are generally led by Republicans who are usually wimpy. And Conservatives are almost never organized. This creates. A void in which our voices often are not heard. The only time they are heard is if you get a spokesperson like talk, show someone like myself. WHO EXPRESSES IT? But it does it made that it's not out there and it doesn't mean the problem is not curable. There needs. To Be Essay this can be done at a local level. You can get somebody who came up with a business plan. To start a non-profit of race, four hundred fifty thousand dollars, and have higher him or herself, and maybe one or two staff to organize the Community Ed. Do all the stuff lefties do? As I say! Sudden, these people that are leading all these protests across the United States all identical messages they're being paid. The people that are calling for a march every week of the suburbs. We have documentation that this person is a field organizer in numerous Wisconsin. Political campaign throw being paid. This can't be done and short of this organization. There's nothing stopping citizens from trying to simply speak up on their own, but as I say, it's simply much more effectively. You do it in a coordinated fashion as the left learned. And it's the only thing it works. The thing that liberals hate most? Is Conservatives fightback. Most Conservatives cave. And they think bubble given what they want and they go away. You'd think after two hundred and fifty years of American history. You would learn that. That isn't the case that they never go away when you don't give them what what when you don't when you give them what they want, they see it as weakness and they demand the next thing, which is why the next thing of autos is going to be. They're gonNA want Barry. Weber stop. The police chief has been supportive of his offices. They got want him fired and watch and see how quickly before had their cool shoot software lefty mouth, and how quickly the rest of the city council cost for that? Maybe if they fired the officer euro chief, Webber will say well. Then I'm going to go to which the get A to get what they want. And then the next thing after that they will move to gut the size of the police department budget. And then they'll push to make. A violation of city roles for the Police Department to patrol it fair ball unless they're called by the mall that they can't go to routine patrols, and so it won't end. These things never end until they're ended and they are ended when the left loses, the left hates it. When the right fights back they hate it. It drives them crazy. Go through the last twenty years. Who are the Conservatives? Liberals hate the most. The ones that fight back. Why do you think they hate trump? Trump is in many respects less conservative than W, Bush, or at least less traditionally conservative terms of his views on. Foreign Affairs and A few other things, certainly the budget. You know trump is in some areas. He's redefined what Republican is by putting the party in different direct, but by and large. Trump hasn't done anything that virtually any Republican would not have done other than simply having the willingness to do it, but his ideology. He's that way to the right of what the Republican Party is what they hate about him is. That he never cames when when they dish it out to him, he fires a right back at sticks in the face. They also hate the fact that at least so far they can't beat him. This is why they hate conservative. Talk show hosts. The refused the caves at the radiology. I explained all the time. They can dish it out, but they can't take it. Scream and yell and riot and carry on, but then say anything. They don't like it suddenly there is this hurtful. This is hurtful. Oh, I'm crying. You've damaged me this violet speech that you gave me. So. If! You think it's hopeless. These are beatable people. You have to organize and you have to fight back. And when you do, they aren't going to know how to take it. They get thrown off their game. Once you let them start winning by caving. It's over. which is why everybody has to support the communities that are trying to kill these local health ordinances, because if they pass one or two or three of them that will give momentum for them to pass in others just as what a community Jefferson county gets. There's rejected and while worth county gets, there's rejected. This emboldens people that other counties. Hey, if Walworth and Jefferson counties, residents have a backbone to stand up and fight, we can stand up and fight. What's going on? In Washington Cody, re? You have an unaccountable health administrator WHO's just running around out there? Throwing her weight around in an appropriate fashion, and not having enough integrity to explain or defend what it is that she's knowing you don't have to take this crap. But it also takes more bigger mouths than just the talk show hosts like me who can only focus on certain things in certain times to do some of this fighting back. And as I say if you're looking for a project, food got like a conservative out there with one hundred million dollars is look at is something that really be effective to try to start funding a network of organizations at the local level with staff to organize these communities and try to stop the school referendums and try to get bad teachers fired. Add stand up for your local police department, and basically go through the whole gamut of issues in which we've been taken a losing sight, Kinda fight back. The other direction I think that that would be a very worthy endeavour gotta give you right now before we go into this break. Talk Eleven thirty wins Mark belling late afternoon show. Let's just work a hypothetical here. Two one of the mall. Let's start though with. And the key here is race. If! albuque- call the guy who was shot at the mall. Was White, this would not be an issue. There'd be no white people that would be bothered that the police took action against a white guy who was headed with heavily armed. With thirty five am thirty five rounds of ammunition and an extended clip heading into a mall. or to drop the gun instead firing a shot. At that was a white guy that was shot by the police. No one care, so we have to introduce race into this. Let's imagine. Kim Hansen? Or Joel Tillotson, who are members of the Watterson common grabbed to? What of tonight calls the police and says? I just looked into my backyard. There's an African American male with God. Appear The wall with toast the police. Should they respond? Should they go to tell us I'm serious. Should they respond, or should they tell us in hey? You're on your own. Because if they do respond. And the Guy Shoots Adam. They know that Tillerson will sell about if. They shoot back at an attempt to protect themselves until listen. I used to listen as you can be any of of the divinity. Matt typic- same thing Jason Corporate same thing. Why should it again if it's a white person, no harm no foul, because white people don't seem to bind if police go and investigate suspicious individuals were white I'm white. I don't mind if the police go after a white guy who's breaking the law. This only seems to be an issue with. An African American, at as I say. I think that. If Alvin call was not black, but none of this would be brought up at all the fact that black lives matter is the organization that's bringing it up of proves my point. So now the second hypothetical. Hypothetical since it happens weekly. We get a report. That a group of thirty to forty to fifty. Young people predominantly African, American. I, going out to the ball, channing things in some of them are carrying. Openly carrying firearms. The mall calls the police. We might have a thing here. Should respond. First of all. If you're openly carrying the gun, you might not be violating the Y. Alba? Call was violating the law because his gun was a stolen it'd be. He was under the age of eighteen. But given the fact that. You I literally damned. If you do and damned if you don't and the Walla Tosa Common Council has made it clear. They don't want police officers. Shooting individuals who are running around with stolen guns even if they're shot at first. Is wildwood TOSA statement simply not. Is Wobble Tosa as a governing body. Simply saying we don't want the police to do anything. So therefore, why should they? And the people while the TOA size sufficiently alarmed at the fact. That they're common. Council has disarmed. Them advertised that the entire world. That, this is now Minneapolis where you can simply come in and commit mass, murder and mayhem burn the city down. Maybe the residents of auto civil get better. Alderman and a better mayor. But in the winter of I. I don't see what the reason would be for a police officer to respond to these things because they apparently don't want them to respond to these things if they do respond to these things at follow all of the rules. They get fired. or at least recommended by the Common Council for firing. Never Mind doing your job. Lay Your life down on the line for somebody. Who's going to sell you out when they what you save someone's life. Sell you up. Before, we go to the break. Here's something we don't know. If Mayfair was not in Tulsa with all of this have been different. Let's just imagine when they built. They feared they built it twenty blocks of the West that it was in Brookefield. Would Brookefield City Council have done the same sell out we don't know. If it'd better West Alice we don't know. There's no real way of noake. What I do believe was calculated at. If you've learned anything about these protesters, they're very organized and who they go after they early on sized up Wa Tosa as being. A community that they could steamroll first of all. They had people who are on their side. These he site Alderman Cather's cool and so on. She's anti police in the first place, so they had some allies, and then they sized up. The rest of the governmental body is being people that we could walk all over. They have these rules, and while Tovia can't just express, discuss things that are on the agenda, so you scream at a yellowed heaven so on if that is a resident of Waldo some regular old resident decided that they wanted to come in and complain about the property taxes, and just yelled and disrupted the no way they tolerate that, but they tolerate people from outside the community coming in and. And engaging in this behavior and I think these protesters size them up early. Odd that the mayor up there with face mask on is a WIMP and that he wasn't going to do anything to enforce the rules that if we screamed at a lively enough, they'll roll over a give us everything they want. Because these are a week, people and be. They're not particularly grounded in any principal. And I think that's what this ultimately ends up with I. Don't think that even everyone. The members of the chemicals that voted to have the officer fired is liberal. I think they don't have principal. They don't really stand for anything that's right. There's no ideology. They just want this thing to go away. They're going to be shocked. And of course it doesn't go away. When because they've now been perceived, suckers had patsies the next the next the next. Amanda the next the bed and finally that keep saying finally. This is the final finally. I guarantee you. They are matter at the comments that I have made. Then they are at the obnoxious bullying demands that they got from the mobs of people who came into their meetings, their matter at my comments. My comments that I have pride to ground in logic. And defend by point of view. And do it at a proper form my show, they're probably matter at me than they are at a bunch of people who storm into a meeting to defend a guy who brought a stolen gun to a mall ignored police commands fired a shot from it, and was later found to have thirty five rounds of ammunition in his fattier belt pack that he was carrying around matter of about people who would defend him, they're they're matter at me than people who would defend that individual who may have fully intended to go out and kill lots of people at that law that day. If he didn't say. Why did he have all those bullets? Should I throw another point even though I, said finally fourteen times I'm going to throw out another one. You go back, and you read the months of news coverage of this virtually every story stresses that Alvin Colas Black you can't find one that says officer Menzies Black. They're both black. The police officers black and the guy with a stolen gun was black. They're both African Americans. Yet the race of the one is always mentioned at his for. But how many times have you seen that photo? The really nice one, not the one from his facebook page where he's got the guns you see they. Why don't they show? OFFICER MINCES PHOTO BY? The breeze, shove all those the reason they don't show. His photo is why they did it by his rice, and it changes the narrative of the story. This is a conscious and deliberate thing. I mentioned on the show. About a week at a half ago that I didn't think many people knew that officer meant was black, and then I tried it other. My own personal life is not a scientific, but the people I know i. a lot of people sort of follow the news metaphor new none of them do. I talked to a couple of ex cops. Who would think you know who would pay? What I say this? They would pay more attention to police type news than others they didn't know. Nobody does. How does that fact some late? Somehow over months not be out there. Get, it changes the story once you know it, that's. Because you can claim all sorts of things, but it's very hard to claim that this was a racist shooting. Given that the individuals were of the same rice. and. From. SAN FOR MILWAUKEE. This is the mark belling late afternoon. Show on Newstalk talk eleven thirty, you said. We spent a lot of time in the first hour of the program discussing. This premise that I have all is not lost. You can. Stop the hijacking of America. Destruction of our national heritage? The attempts to transfer our country from one based on freedom, free market capitalism, the bill of rights and free expression to. A new form of Marxist fascism. That restricts people's rights takes away. Their incomes turns us into a totally dependent class. That allows lawlessness people sleeping on the street and anarchy. This can all be stopped because I don't believe the majority of Americans support it. On the other hand. It is naive to think that the people who do support it is a small group. It's larger than you think and I think it's most Democrats. If, it wasn't. They be objecting to what's going on here. The only attempt we have seen in calendar your twenty twenty on the part of the Democrats to moderate themselves was to moderate their messenger. They didn't want Bernie Sanders to be the candidate to be Joe Biden. Because they thought if we actually had a socialist rotting, somebody says he's a socialist. That's going a bridge too far. What we have to do is. Essentially be socialists, but we need to have a frontman somebody who? Does it appear to be at if the guy's a doddering fool who's going to Keel over? A few weeks and vice president could take over, so be it. But other than that. The! Democratic Party has adopted every single radical talking point that's out there. Biden who initially said he was not in favor of defending the police then changed his tune by simply changing the word from defined to divert. He says he's in favor of diverting funds that go to the police to put them into other areas both means the same thing. The word is less harsh. Sounding Biden of course has to say this in order to keep this radical mob on his side. He believes that they'll go out and do all the fieldwork. Along those lines. You may be aware. Of this organized effort to held a rally in one of the suburbs every week between now at Tober. Couple of people have done some legwork on this and found that the organizer is a time paid community organizer in other words. They're doing this because they believe may be. The tactic is smart. Maybe it's not we'll find out. They believe that if you go into the suburbs team now when he election time and raise Ruckus, said raise hell. But some of these suburban I told buckle and take all. We have to stop this. Maybe we should throw trump out I believe that's what they're thinking is the same thought that they happened Watto said that these are essentially wimpy people and their dumb enough to think. That if we act up a little bit. Go Away. If we would. In fact, they won't go away. If they win, they'll become fireworks and fire more dominant right now. The only line in the sand that is stopping us for being an only Marx. HIS COUNTRY IS DONALD TRUMP's presidency. That is the only thing because with his presidency comes the ability to appoint to the Supreme Court, and with his presidency often comes the Senate given the fact that. We have these wave elections. If Person One party wins usually most everybody else of their party wins, if that all leads. were a different country and they're gonNA. Grab all of it. There will be nothing to moderate against them, because all the rest of us will be able to do is scream and yell and whine and complain, but we won't have any votes to stop anything. And don't expect the senior leadership of the Democratic Party to stand. They've stood up to none of it so far none of it. Look at Seattle. Look at San Francisco. LOOK AT MINNESOTA! Look at their funding the police all over the place. They're moving aggressively this week Milwaukee Right now. Where are police department did a remarkable job in stopping most of these protests going violet. Yet the one time they used tear gas. They were condemned for it. The police chief is in the mayor's crosshairs. Everybody knows that. Democrats, standing up defending the Milwaukee police instead the city council voted overwhelmingly unanimously to defend the police department. They say well. We don't know how we're going to do. We're going to end. They will do of course they're gonNA cut the police budget. They're going to do it. If. There's anything positive coming out of this. They will lend it I even on the part of a lot of people on the right while they won't do that, they won't do that. They won't do that. Well they won't pass a mask requirement. They won't shut down every business. They won't do this. They will want to actually fire four hundred police officers. Yes, they will. They will. and. I. Don't think anybody on. And say we weren't Warren because they keep saying this is what they WANNA do. Is? It interesting quote from a member of the Seattle City Council. Now as most people know Seattle over the last several years has become increasingly radicalized. Some people believe it's because all the tech companies that are up. There had so many younger millennials, a huge percentage of whom are actual out notes, socialist or Marxist moved into the city. Whatever? It's always been a kind lefty city. And it's gotten extremely radical, and it got to the point as we know. After the protests that occurred up there this year. They ended up with this. Anarchy sowed. Where you had entire sections of the downtown, simply saying that they were going to police themselves, and they didn't want any police coming in. And the mayor up there. Dirk rolled over them and allowed to occur. She didn't develop any back orders until I. Just love this. The thing that finally got the mayor mad is when they protested at her house. Burned on the city crap on the Straits could. Rapes going on inside. What do they call that thing? Zo Chaz Zone. But when they protested at her, why but I believe I supported you. Liberals are always surprised when the radicals turn on them always. So anyway member of the Common Council. In Seattle put a tweet. In which she just? Cut to the chase. Enter Twitchy said. We're not GONNA stop. We're going to change the whole thing. We're GONNA. Tear it all down. And we're I. GonNa Change Until we have a socialist society. This is any elected official. Her name is. Hard To say Khashaba. So what? She said. That she and her colleagues are on a mission to destroy capitalism. Here's a statement that she made etta a city council meeting. We are coming for you and your rat and system. We are coming to dismantle this deeply oppressive, racist, sexist, violent, utterly bankrupt system of capitalism. This police state. We cannot and will not stop. Until, we overthrow it and replace it with a world based instead on solidarity, genuine democracy and equality. A socialist world. Now. The funny thing is that Seattle and all of the power that these liberals have is entirely because of capitalism. Two of the most extraordinary examples of capitalism in the last one Hundred Years Amazon and Microsoft both based in the Seattle area, and they have thousands of employees up there I'm almost all of whom are lefties and many of whom say that they support all of this stuff. Even though obviously Amazon would not have achieved its wealth and power and cloud, and created all of these millionaires shot shareholders, and so if we had a socialist society as opposed to one that is premised on capitalism. That's the part here that liberals never really process through. All the money is going to come from doing all these things. If you don't allow anybody, actually have anybody nonetheless. Remember Seattle tickets. She said we're not gonNA. Stop until we dismantle all of it for anybody who has rescued weather. Not Liberals Hate America at hate. Our system. This year became the one in which they felt confident enough to say, so it started in sixteen when sanders ran for president as a socialist that a lot of people voted for him in the past Democrats always denied their socialist. Always then sanders ran and he stopped tonight. He didn't I was socialist. Democratic Socialist, whatever it is, and then all these young people are telling pollsters, yeah, I'm a socialist socialist socialist of a Socialist and socialist, so that little denial lie that they were telling forever. That's gone now. They admit that there's that they're socialist, said now. Many of them are coming right out and saying that they want anarchy. They want to destroy our system. And they're all backing Joe Biden for it it because they believe he becomes. It's the perfect vehicle, a doddering old fool who's only going to last a few months. Just make sure that his running mate somebody at our side put it up pressure out of that. He feels the cabinet that all the decision. Makers are radical lefties and many of them are going to be that if she doesn't have a cabinet position, she's GonNa have one of those quasi cabinet jobs where she czar and she's in charge of something. Omar's ILETO market be the secretary of State. People Laugh about this. I mean Israel Israel's relationship with the United States is done. If Biden wins. Who say they won't do this won't do this. They won't. They won't do this. Look with they're going now. Tony ever shut down most of the businesses in this state. And the only thing that stopped him was a four three state Supreme Court ruling. That's going to be four three. The other way come August I. Now. I said I didn't want this to be all pessimistic because. Beating this be that hard. I don't believe this is a majority opinion I don't believe that most Americans want to. Get rid of their police officers I. Don't believe that most Americans. Want to destroy our entire system. I don't believe that most Americans think that this is a racist sexist country that has to be shattered and torn apart I. Don't think most Americans believe that you should be able to have people living in anarchy zones and said he's I don't believe they believe these things. But you have to do is a win the next election. And understand that it's one side of the other. But also when these things are attempted in your local communities, as explained again and again, and again they're. They are not going to be satisfied going after Milwaukee and Madison the big cities. They went after Wa. BOTO say and they're organizing aggressively in more conservative suburban communities. These health ordinances were a perfect example of this. Give unlimited power. To barge into people's homes contact rice. Take your furniture. When an unelected bureaucrat. Just decides to do it. That's what these ordinances said everywhere, and they wanted to get him into the suburbs. I mentioned earlier. What happened last night in Jefferson County and I'm going to do a full segment out in a moment because it's an extraordinary story. against. Wins Mark belling late afternoon show. We've got rain here and they're spitting around the area. Some of it's a little heavy and others of it is just rain, and we go to the for this slight chance for thunderstorms. Little bit here a little bit there really the entire week, which often happens and you get this kind of muggy weather. We really haven't had any all day. Rains or anything like this, but stuff like this now there is the potential for some of these storms to be strong and his look at the radar here. Some of them, you know. The rest of the color gets stronger radio, so there might be some strong weather in here. We don't have any kind of weather advisor what? There are no other advisers at the moment anyway. The forecast is of the evening Again there may be some strong rainfall for a while, but then the rain's GonNa end as we get into the evening and partly cloudy tonight lows sixty six. Tomorrow Mostly Sunny Beautiful Day high of eighty, two hot for the weekend, Friday, partly sunny, high eighty, eight Saturday and Sunday both days, slight chance for rain and thunderstorms in both days right around ninety, five, ninety, two, for Saturday and ninety for Sunday before I completely depart the Walmart host the thing. I stumbled on this quote here, in fact, credited to GS online Joel Tillerson. What are the ALDERMEN for Wall Matosa? Who voted to call for the firing of officer? Men's has said. Referring to some of the deficiencies while Matosa has, that has to be corrected by getting rid of Benson. Listen to this. Listen to how stupid this guy is. And, it was I shouldn't talk. Please tell me when you hear what he says. How. I'm supposed to use a word other than stupid without becoming stupid myself. Tillerson said some of those deficiencies including hiring practices for traditional minority groups within the city. Man is black. Well. You know we wouldn't have this if we hired more black officers. You what to fire one of the few. See. They have to say something, but there's nothing intelligent to say on behalf of. Destroying a community persecuting a police officer for doing his job and sided with a mob of people who come in and make unreasonable demands of outside your community, so you have to say something and you're left, saying something stupid. That's moved out to the Jefferson County Story. Jefferson, county is the company right between Dane and Waukesha counties. If this was a horse with a pedigree. It would be breeding a sprinter with a astaire. You see them do that. Sometimes you get a horse whose runs Ville short distance as fast the horse that could run forever. Sometimes you like to breathe that and you wonder what you get. Of the human thing, it would be like having an extremely liberal dad and extremely conservative bomb. And they end up having a kid and seeing what's to turn out. I could come up with a lot of examples like this. Some of those designer dogs that they have where. The take a little poodle breed. It was some. One that saw. Not a rottweiler breeding their British what they breed poodles with. A lot of my breath labradors, they call those labradors, but there's another one out there where they take a rather aggressive type D. anyway what you're trying to get the traits of the to well. That's what Jefferson County is. To the West. Is the most Liberal County in Wisconsin and one of the most liberal counties in America and to the east. It's the largest conservative county in the state of Wisconsin and. By voting patterns, the second, most conservative cloudy in the state Washington being number one. So you've got Thiebaud Slip Real County and the second, most conservative, Saudi, at both sides and right in the middle is Jefferson. We know that people are choosing where to live on political on a political basis, because we see these areas that are either overwhelmed, conservative, overwhelming and liberal, but here's Jefferson County right in the middle I mean you're leaving Waukesha County. You're going past. Okada, walk, ed. There's nothing magical about the county lied. You think that. Kind of conservative are there because you're right next to a really conservative area on the other hand when you're coming from the other direction and you'll even Dane County. The eastern portion of Dank that it's not as liberal as the city of Madison but still liberal. The other thing about Jefferson County is. It's one of those counties that we happened Wisconsin. It would remind me of Walworth. Where there is one dominant city. Many of our colleagues for example, Racine County populous county with the city ever seen by far the biggest city Kenosha county same thing Milwaukee County the same thing. Waukesha county little different several medium sized communities city of Locke's. The courthouse is but. Waukesha Brookefield monopoly falls even accountable like now in the Berlin. They're all real close population. Well what cut? He's like that. While with county has way down to the southern part. That's the Lake Geneva alcorn Williams Bay area with some of the other cities that Adela field. And then you can go all the way up at the opposite direction. You're getting up to east dry and so I end. It's a Connie Lot anyway getting to Jefferson County. It's like that to. Ford Atkinson is in Jefferson County. Watertown and it's a big county. It's a big rectangular county. The covers a lot of area and much of it as firearm Connie farm country, where it's really small towns or rural, but it does have the several cities of medium size, so it's extremely diverse, and and this gets the by point here about the positive thing that happens. It would be a hard place I think generally to try to organize people. Why? They all scattered. I mean how many people eleven watertown know anybody from Ford accurate. You Johnson Greg just off scattered Ed. Lots of school district's lots of municipalities, lots of churches, lots of rotaries, lots of little leagues, lots of just a lot of different things. At as I. In terms of ideology, going all the way from Dogwood near Madison to. Near Okada Block. Anyway in that County Jefferson County, which in terms of its politics is swaying, but leans Republican in terms of the numbers, but they've elected Democrats. They proposed what of these coney and health ordinances to give the county health officer the authority. To essentially become a mini fuhrer, trampling Oliver, everyone's lights to. These orders. and has been mentioning. They've been proposed all over the state of Wisconsin, but because they're being proposed on a county by county basis, and in some cases city by city, there isn't one big vote of the state legislature. It's all these votes going out and all these areas and the only way to stop. It is A. You have to be aware that they're doing it. Well even a guy like me can't keep tabs on all the counties in all municipalities you have to be aware of what's going on in your own could be, and that requires leadership. In many of the areas that we have some of these things that we found out about our, because local people literally looking at their meeting agendas. And then once they fight it out, they can be the type of person that's. Let's say like the the Alpha male of the group? They'll posted on facebook and they'll contact other people. They'll try to get the word out. It creates at least some level of organization, either talking earlier about actually paying paying groups and having paid staff to take you know to keep tabs on things like this that we need to do something to counter the tactics of the left. That's what they specialize in, but the next best thing is simply have people who are on their own are just they're aware of. Of things they've got a network of people. They're active on social media that people follow them on social media and they get it out. They know how to get. They know how to get it out. They'll post the Lakey Los. Say Send this to your friends, said this to your friends and I could always tell when this has happened because I automatically then get. Them because all these people who got this somebody else. They then said to me, but that s the start from somewhere. And I don't know who started Jefferson County, but it was one of those that got on this early odd. They all the meeting last night in which they were going to act on this. I! Know have pictures of the crowd. I am not exaggerating. It might be five hundred people that is studying for a community that I. It's five hundred. Be Stunning for a meeting. Just huge turnout to begin with I mean would walworth. County had its health or I think there might have been ninety people there, and that was at the last minute the only of Five hundred people that's incredible at again five hundred people in an inequality which. Everything's all spread out unless I think the court office in Fort Atkinson and Jefferson County in fact. I'm ninety eight percent of that. What do you do look at that up? What does you just know? I so I mean these people that go some distance. It did go there there about if there weren't five hundred, they're certainly at least three hundred is I'm looking at pictures here on that a very large. It's just. and. These are people who are doing this. We're being told. Social Destined Sankara virus. These are the summer months well, I guess nobody has anything else going on right over canceled. It's not the most optimal time to try to get. Anybody organized the five hundred people. It. It's in Jefferson now. Yes it is. They ended up. Voting essentially to kill the yards. In this case, the county board heard from a large at a five hundred people showed. That means way more emailed to. The word got out and be people rather than grumble about it communicated. This is how you could win now. I know it's very hard to say you gotta go to nine million government meetings said of the other thing, but it's not hard for the people that are kind of into this sort of thing to sort of on their own product. Keep tabs on these things in there for instance. The other organized things going on from these community organizes. You're getting these petitions all over the state and school districts to change the curriculum, and they usually get some sap of a high school senior to be the front person for it, but somebody else's drafting and I swear they all read the same way. It's clearly an organized thing, and they're trying to get this place where the curriculum is watered down, even more in which they say that America's a country that is an historically racist country premised on. or repressive system capitalism's terrible end they don't you know you just use the schools to indoctrinate and so odd. This is being brought up at school. Board meetings all over the State of Wisconsin. Who Need to be aware of this to put the word out so at least if there is opposition, people have the ability to. No, you can't act on something you don't know about it and I don't think that the media is going to alert you to these things. Is Anybody from the media. Go to alert you. Hey, if you WANNA. Stop this Kony Health Ordinance. Here's that they need to know. particularly in the communities and the areas and the regions, I would sake cities, counties, and states that are not dominated by liberal Lulus. You can win these fights. Now someone asked me mark. Does this translate into trump winning the election? Is this an indication that conservatives are energize? I think conservatives are way more energized than people think because you have so many people I've heard they are frustrated. They're angry. They are upset. They're they're. They feel as though they're losing their country. Had they wonder what it is that they can do well? The one thing everybody does know how to do is vote. Success I think trump is under polling. I think that trump support is dramatically understated, and if trump communicate, rush it his. Trying to keep himself on the air has been saying. This Donald Trump's switches as messages got to be the one thing that the only thing standing between the United States and radical Marxism is me donald trump, and almost every other message has got to be eliminated that if you want to stop this, you have to vote for him. It's the only way to do it. And that might be the case, but we certainly see when people are become aware of an opportunity to be active and stopped bad things. They will do it. It is heartening to see that I just can't stress. Five hundred people at Jefferson County had to be over any issue. So to whoever first of all the anybody who showed up of those five hundred I'm sure many of them are listeners to be congratulations for doing it, and for the whoever the ringleaders were are and I don't know. This is exactly what we need. It's the best type of America is that you can have at the local level becoming aware of thing speaking out and acting out. You do not have to go out and drive on people's lawns. You don't have to spit in the face of police officers and you certainly don't have to burn down buildings, but you can engage in your rights as an American citizen to try to fight for the things that you believe in save our country from the people that are trying to row it, and that's what we are confronting people that are trying to ruin this country. Used the. Rally Late afternoon show. I mentioned that there's nothing, but the left hates more. Conservatives who actually fight back. They like the notion of the rest of us being. It and bullied into submission. You also have. The thing that enables it, which is that naievety on the part of many on the right and especially many people who are sort of conservative, but don't pay attention to the news. They don't realize how fundamentally evil many on the left have gotten to be. You'll get a lot of this all the time well. They aren't going to do that. They aren't going to do that. This brings us to the way. The mcclosky story in St Louis played itself out. Now. I'm not necessarily going to say I told you so here, but there's nothing surprising about what happened. Many, people saw this story, and they felt that this was a couple that was being victimized and it shows that the left goes too far. And I understood that what they get is going to make them a target, and they're not gonNA. Be satisfied until they are imprisoned themselves. That is going to be the agenda of the left. There is nothing they hate more than a citizen trying to exert their own constitutional rights to stand up for themselves. It's contrary to what fascist believe that they don't believe in people having rights. They believe in being able to tell other people what they ought to have to do. Like, you have to wear a mask. That's the ultimate definition of how they WANNA live. There leads. They know better and they're going to force you do it. You have to defend the police. You can't say all lives matter if you do will royd you so anyway for those of you who don't remember the story during the time of the. Protests that erupted after George Floyd. A large group of about three to five hundred people broke into a gated community. Now a gated community is just that it's a community that has the legal authority to put gates up so that the older people can come in our residents and their guests you the house cleaner and sell what gated communities all over the united. States, we don't have many in Milwaukee. But this they're all over. It's an extra level of security that often people will have if they have fair about of money so that they can feel safe. You see them. In areas where people well off, people say live living cities. Florida on the other hand. I mean the whole thing see. The whole state seems to be a gated community. I mean they are, but they are since the gated community and the protesters broke through the gates. You have every reason to believe that there is going to be home. Invasions Mass Violets, whilst are they breaking into an area that they legally don't have a right to go into its breaking and entering to break into a gated community, presuming that the gate is legally put in place. Usually, there's a homeowners association, and they control the whole era, the property adequate they break into the gated community, and they're ranting and raving in charging and screaming and. A man and his wife got out of their house, stood at the door and he held got. Had A rifle. And he just in front his house. This was as a this is a Norman Rockwell seed. This is everything that we have always wanted America to be. Somebody standing in front of their own private property with the ultimate peacemaker to defend themselves. Someone should try anything on them. He didn't shoot anybody with a gun. He didn't fire warning shots. He simply stood in front of his house with the gun. With the clear message that if you try to break into my house. If you try to attack by family, I will do something. He didn't say it, but that's the message the gun gives. To same reason that all sorts of people have God's. It's the reason police officers said guns. It's the reason crooks have guns. It's the reason we set our soldiers off to battle. We don't send them out there with pictures. The media ran images of these two people and described them essentially as monsters. They were threatening these peaceful protesters people who broke into a gated community that's peaceful and our chanting the most vile slogans, vulgar language, and so odd furthermore, I saw the video i. don't think they were threatened at all. I saw a guy at his wife. Some guy looks like he's about sixty and his wife standing in front of their house with a gun. That's all I saw. The inevitable is occurring. Over the weekend, a search warrant was served that served on this couple's house. The man, his name is mark mccloskey. was on Tucker Carlson's program and he said he is under the impression that he at least he and maybe he and his wife are going to be indicted. It's believed that the Saint Louis District Attorney has formed a grand jury that they in order for them to have the search warrant. They had to get a judge to sign off on something now I don't know what they think exists in that house or what they think is in there. But getting a liberal judge, decide a search warrant in this environment that were headed. which individual rights simply don't exist isn't going to be that hard. Could they act that a tip that one of the guns that he has it his houses illegal that he has some sort of weapon I who knows? At its face, he certainly didn't do anything illegal. He standing in front of his house with a gun which you have a right to do. A right to walk around in the gun. Just about anywhere in the United States other than places rather band at your own property. The should be a new one if you can't have a gun when you're not a felon when you're on your own property. But they're going to try to drum up something now. Remember Saint Louis is an extremely liberal city Missouri state they're in is a lot of a predominantly conservative state. Many have criticized the Republican governor of Zuri for not doing more to stand up and defend this couple by calling for example, the Saint Louis authorities to back off. And take their goon squads and go away. Furthermore, we ought to be celebrating people who. In an attempt to protect themselves willing to peacefully arm themselves in order to make sure something bad doesn't occur. It is a remarkably telling statement about the left. That they defend. A guy who takes a stolen gun album coal. And, then takes an extended ammunition clip and thirty five rounds of ammunition. And Charges Board A private shopping mall, not his own property. Ed Ignores. The Commander Police to stop and fires a shot. They defend yet. But they condemn someone who stands out his own private property, not shooting at anyone merely standing there saying. If push comes to shove going to protect my property. It is remarkable statement which of the two people with the God. Liberals support. At it? As, I, say when. Discussing the choices that we have to make. Brat across parts of which were decided what kind of country we are at, it is cleared the Democratic Party stance against guys like the guy in St. Louis stands with people like Alvin cool. Day points out the guy's a democrat. I sure of that. I that did not aware of that. the that those are is political views. Doesn't matter subject say well. What matters is that? He's white I don't believe that it matters if he's white I believe it was a black guy standing in front of his house to defend himself. They turn him in the same way that they've turned it off. It's Mensa in while Tosa. If you are not someone who behaves the way they want you to behave. They want to destroy you. And they will unless we stop them. That is what it is as I say it is not hopeless. It's that hard to figure out how to stop. If they lose the next election, this'll be dispiriting for them. If they win it. It's over they'll. They'll just not stop. You look how far they've got at four months. It will always be hard to stop them in areas in which they're empower. Democratic Legislature Democratic governor, or say city of Milwaukee city of Madison where everybody's a Democrat where the Conservatives are in the clear minority, and we really have no power. But again that's only certain of the states and just the big cities. Everything else locally is under Republican control and the nation itself. In terms of the president. And the incredible authority that the president has if we lose all of that, and then there's a wave election. You lose even more of these. It's over. The overreach will beyond anything that you can imagine. I. Just can't believe that in the city of Milwaukee Right now. You'RE GONNA have businesses that are GONNA lose their right to operate because they let a customer walk in without a mascot. An employee who takes a mask off just because they felt. Uncomfortable I've been waiting for that kind of backlash at this. I haven't really heard it but I. Get this old for a lot of people. Some people just say they're very physically uncomfortable, wearing the mask and so odd. Boy Oh boy, if that is an Ada kind of thing that you could bring up when you consider all of the other accommodations that we have to bake for people. I don't know how many people feel uncomfortable worrying I know. It's a pain of the buck for anybody who has glasses like because your glasses Steve Up. All the things you're supposed to do to avoid. I haven't found any happy medium. If you put the thing on that, so tired of the knows that none of the air comes down that way, it just goes down the other way, plus it hurts. They have it odd. I thought initially lightweight mask. Like the little skimpy ones, they give you when you go to the doctor's office that that would be the least obtrusive, but the problem is all the air gets out to your bloated in your face. I don't know if it'll be better when the weather is colder if your glasses will steve up more all of that, but I mean it just you're the no the air that comes out of your noses warmer than the other era. It's this constant stream that comes out did. I mean to me. It's an annoying thing, but. I've been annoyed. My entire life I can probably cope with it. As well especially given the fact that there's no way around it the nicest suspect. I mean. How long do you think the basketball? Milwaukee William, place? I would say. I'd say eighteen months. I just think that even if there's a vaccine, I mean the left you just unless there's a court order, liberals just don't ever give up any authority at anything I. So you'RE GONNA have to deal with it. It's going to be a way of life. And so on it. Start replaying basketball at some place. Yeah, everybody goes against Mascot. If you want to go do this, you're gonNA. Have to mascot. So forth and so on. But Anyway the point that I was making get to the break here and give you the season's summer cash contest texted word. I am a little surprised that there hasn't been more of a backlash and people who just? Feel physically the only one. I've actually heard he is I can't. What. I don't want to offend anybody. I've looked a word here. I'm limited on my stroke. What what's the condition that some people have their kids which they don't like physical contact? Autism. I couldn't think of that. I'm tall that people who are autistic and are sensitive to touch that they have a real problem with this, but I haven't really heard of anybody else complaining but I I, would they? It'd be terrible if someone does have autism, and this makes them uncomfortable that you would force. Them to do, they say well. There's exemptions for people who have a medical reason, but anybody can claim. They have a medical reason I mean. Let's suppose you're in a bar or place they're going to. I don't know if many others have that issue as well. The other thing that I'm unclear up. I know that some people prefer the shields. I don't often milwaukee. You know the shields I like those big plexiglas. They yeah. Some people prefer those that. I don't know if you would if they're going to allow you to wear those the other thing. Is I for what I've read the shields more effective than the mask because. People keep moving the mascot pulling the mascot down. Most people don't pull the shield up and down because the shield is so big plus just looking at it. Well. What you? Debacle says you look like a Dork Greg the shield. What looks worse? The masks are the shield. I I don't know I. Would I'd feel more comfortable with I. Don't like the feeling of the mask of the thing, low and UP I. The masks the mask stink. and. They stink because you're blow it all these germs out here I mean. I did knowing that I live in Milwaukee I bought because I. The one thing I will say is the kind of cheap. I bought a bunch of them to see which ones I would like plus. You GotTa Wash Your everyday I'm not wearing the same mass tomorrow and. I'm only wearing it now in Milwaukee and the places that I have to. And so on, but they stank their dirty, plus that is a way to get sick. You take your mask off your land other think. Sticking this right up against your does. I mean I'm GONNA use one for one day and somewhat. I have a stash of them rather than. Watch the what every day walk in. You know see where itself. It's just going to be one worth. It I I. I scared to you. They're gonNA. At some point. They will come to the conclusion that the masks made people more people sick than what you avoided by the Colbert in the same way that the heart attack cancer deaths are way up because the parents are called every single public health decision that is made every single one of them with what exception when Donald Trump band traveled from China that stopped this thing from be way worse. Can you imagine if that had been unabated? We haven't gotten to the stories in there now. All over the place about the counts being all screwed out, but there are strong reasons to believe that this spike is being grotesquely exaggerated because. There are way more positive tests being reported than there are actual people that are positive with the Kobe, so we're gonNA dive into that as we move along, you're giving the season's summer where? Thousand Bucks on the line right now, your chance to win that one thousand dollars everybody text in the Word Hope, H., o. p., e. like Bob Hope. 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Guys like me and the media we go in the basement of the clubhouse that's for the pressroom was used the bathroom down there, but the main floor of it anyway Bob Hope's walk it up their. Walls. These rules go try to talk to Bob, hope and sister hope can I ask you a few questions. He sat down and he talked I'm sure he just didn't know how to say. Buzz, lock you little worm I. It wasn't very memorable. We'll talk about golf. And he talked about wise limited and I threw it a couple of other things without trying to be too obtrusive. The other thing I remember. I got to get to the break here. The other day I remember about this story. Is it was about ninety six degrees that day. At if you know anything about central a little, you know when they say flatland, it's flat lad. This is a prairie. It's unbelievably muggy and there's nothing to cut into anything. There's no trees nothing. And I remember everybody said Bob Just GonNa play one whole. He'll tee off at play a whole for show, and maybe writer on. You believe that sucker played eighteen holes. Walk the course. Is Well. It was eighties at whatever Bob Hope a business that have been like eighty, four, eighty, five, whatever his age would have been then, but I had to be over eighty. Story interested or not. Five twenty seven news talk eleven thirty two time for traffic rainfall, definitely keeping speeds down no matter Bob. Hope no way about. WHO's the famous show business person you ever met? George Jones. That's pretty good. Yeah, I! Mean probably people that I, there are people who aren't George. Jones's the greatest male country singer of all time I didn't say he is say people would argue it. During. That John Short Jones's. Into Country Music George. Jones's in. He. Can of all time I think yes right Oh easily. It's none of my at for. Some people might not know who he. Actually. George Jones is to country music. I'd say what Bob Hope is the comedy at that Level Pretty Potholes in the top ten George Jones Omelettes Bob more world, famous famous, but in terms of the the area and Bob. Hope Syria is more broad based than George Jones just country, but yeah, that's so that's goal. George Jones, George Jones Brooks, and Dunn you know a lot of those countries stars that was when I was working on country radio. You have to have met him like interviewed him or talk to. Him No I actually. I had a recording of Brooks and Dunn doing one of George Strait. Is George Strait Big George Jones. And the host Switz-. I would say it's George George are your top two two or three countries stop. There right there I mean. Yeah I mean that's. That's pretty much. Your Mount. Rushmore Star Dangling. George Jones, sort faded from the scene right as George Strait was coming odd always. Yeah, I've I've met him. I met him at the Illinois. State, Pharaohs walking down the. Midway and they're the DJ at one of the DJ. Similar station is SID would. Add stories of what's did would i. could tell you started just talking to George. Strait's stopped over at. The dry this again. This is also the eighties. This is before. Was Big, but he was known he had already is known and I knew who he was, and it was still exciting for me, but he was also at that stage where. Of his life for he's going to stop and talk to sit, would the? And then talk to a goof like me. I actually think George Strait would talk to me right now. Though I mean the country star he does. Yeah, most country stars are. Have more have that it's not ask. Times I wrote the tram in Las Vegas with. what's Dave? I've told the story at trillion. Times Curie underwood now. The other one hirsch sharper edged. Could I forget this. This is Mike Moran the IRT. No no Brad Lambert. That's. My stroke that I had a year and a half ago might be kicking in the software. Dude, it might not have. This might be a delayed reaction. Take it. It's all just GonNa flow it out of me one right after the other after the other after the other, but I didn't say anything to her, because at first of all she was. This is what she was new otherwise why she writing the Pram at the airport I I've admitted I am not convinced. It was her, but she actually had a monogram. M L. and she was a dead ringer for her on the other hand. You know how many women would be going to Las Vegas who looked like Miranda would have looked in her twenties right ninety million, so I'm pretty sure it was her a add. She was performing in Las Vegas during that period. The only part that does it add up is why wasn't there an aunt? She wasn't a superstar at the should have been some on derived. She shouldn't have been by herself unless she flew in and maybe the. Maybe the band took the bus and she got to fly and. So on, so I think it was her, but I'm not convinced. The this might be the most boring fifteen. It is the most boring fifteen minutes and. That's only because the rest of the show has been so damn good at his, but so necessary to say other big pretty nice to a guy from wall Tosa here with John Wyatt time as I say I'm not blaming the people that Robert Osa for this I. AM merely saying that people that Volvo toasters should be ashamed of their community. But, I'm not blaming the people who are appalled those who support the people wildwood Tosa, did I lack respect for you as human beings given how you are willing to destroy a man's career for doing nothing other than trying to protect you and keep keep somebody from committing mass murderer at your all. Forty three southbound Kim reports of a crash right around the silver spring drive area through the construction. You will find it slow. Thanks to the rainfall anyway through that whole stretch from the all new Lynch Ford of Maguire. Total Traffic Center newstalk thirty. W IS S and I'm John Traffic centers all new, or the the the the new or the Lynch Ford of Guanaco is all. Is it a new dealership or and he build a new showroom? Okay, that's more detailed. BOUGHT WHO D-! Is there any car dealership in Burlington and Lynch? This is my Guanaco. Remember that. While whole to go Burlington Salahdin we just want to make sure he'd try. Different Lynch each time. You do a thing here. You're always throw a different. What in your is that? How we doing this? There are many Lynch's. Yes, there are many Lynch's. How long will it be before? Liberals say that Lynch name should be oh. I don't WANNA go there I. By the way what I predicted five years ago, it finally came to four today. A lot of these things are taking longer that I thought the calls out for Notre Dame to get rid of fighting Irish. And I thought it would sooner than this, but it's now happening and is anybody if it will happen, yes, it will happen and I said the. The same thing with the redskins. I admit it may take longer than I think, but all of these names like this will goal because people don't have the guts to stand up and fight back the do the Irish care on political correctness are few and far between the Irish. Care that they're called the that's the big. Let them to John Native Americans. Americans loved the name Redskins the watching. He posted that survey most American Indians like the name Indians. They're proud of it and anyone who's who is native. America is not offended by the notion of Redskin to say that you're offended by that. Be To say that you're offended by personification of yourself and most native Americans are not offended by pictures of proud. Proud native American or Indian warriors they are proud of that part of their heritage that proud of the feathers. They're proud of the strikes there proud of the costumes. This is why they often will reenact the story. They're important events. Most of Americans are at offended by it. It's a white cranks. CRABBY crybaby about this. Hardly any ethnic group objects to reference. To that ethnic group, not I'm kind of a Mutt, but if some team called itself, the Milwaukee Germans, more German I think that anything else of course, I wouldn't be offended by it. and. These are the ones that are offended. It's everybody else. That chooses to take it on and nobody ever fight, and then they'll get two or three or four tolkien people to say that they're offended, and they chime in and then the thing. Does it. Well. How could this Warren possibly be offended by anything? com. San Milwaukee. This is the mark belling late afternoon show. On News Talk Eleven thirty W I S. Real quickly on this as you know the lefty zero to get Tucker, Carlson because he has been. I would say the most outspoken critic. Of the assault on our rights. It's been going on for the last several months at has been very. Odd. On his program on Fox. Charleston has fired I. Don't know if he fired over. The guy was forced to resigned, but his chief writer is found posting a bunch of obnoxious things. You could make the case that they were racist on the Internet using Suda I. It's beyond me why people are posting things under fake names the Internet why why would you? I what they're out there, always going to find out. It's you if you're right of center secondly. If you're de saying what your name is. What do you get out of it? I. I got a four. WHY WOULD I? Why would I say something claiming that I'm like? Frank Sullivan or something or at other as opposed to mark belling what I could say that I'm mark belling. WHO's? You wouldn't be able to say you're racist. Things as mark belling well. Even even if even if you've got like. A lot of people are dotted, but in this case the guys. I don't know why they did. Jane Skinner Roger Goodell's life did it member? Mitt Romney was doing it, but in this case the guy made offensive posts and I don't know if Tucker is upset that the guy got fired or not, but he said he's going to be off his show all week, but then he said it's scheduled vacation. There are going to be some people who claim somehow. It's Tucker. Carlson's fault that his was doing. This stuff anyway, let's move now to the corona virus numbers story. This is beginning to become bag. We all know that there's been a spike in positive tests over the last several weeks. There have been a number of theories. They've been thrown around about that including well, this is what happens when he and all these lockdowns accept. Many of the states that ended lockdowns. have it had a spike like Wisconsin has? It had a spike. We didn't have a spike after the election. We didn't really have a spike after the riots. We'd never spike when we ended I locked ouds. and. Some of the states that ease their lockdowns like New Jersey of seen numbers declined. But there has been as a significant geographical component to this the farther south you are the likely. There was to be a spike, and as I mentioned earlier in the week. Does it interesting story on Vox? That is theorizing that? Hot weather leads the transmission of the virus because it leads people to stay inside. If you don't want to spread the virus. You need to go outside. Because the wind of the air distributes these droplets, whereas when you stay inside your close confined areas Ed. You've got the air conditioning on the worst possible thing because it re circulates the germs of the house at other people get it. That's the theory at least that because it's one hundred sixteen degrees in Phoenix said it's ninety two and Buggy in south Florida. Those people are all. Go indoors and then go from place to place the place indoors. Move it around. I don't know if that's the reason or not, but it makes some sense to me however. while. This was happening. It's been widely observed. That while the number of cases is going up in most areas, the number of hospitalizations is not nor is the death rate and. The number that they called the case fatality rate. The number of fatalities per. covid nineteen cases continues to plummet in other words almost everybody who gets this lips? The numbers keep going down in terms of the percentage now. A theory offered on that at it does make some sense to me. Is as this thing moves to the general population, the people that are getting it of the people who aren't going to get sick at all are going to get only a little sack. The younger you are, the bigger a non-issue called. It is despite the fact that young people seem to be the ones most freaked by it. Kid gets colored. The kids probably not even know it. Somebody in their thirties gets it. They're probably not gonNA know it. We. See that this virus is much every year group that you go into the much more serious complications are, but unless you're over sixty in almost all cases, it's kind of a nothing unless you have a lot of the other underlying conditions. Diabetes High Blood Sugar, lack of vitamin D seemed to be among those. Contribute so. As this thing that it moves to the general population after initially infecting nursing homes and elderly people, the ones that are most vulnerable killing them. My thought on why the death rate is going down is that it's now just people that are getting the virus of people who aren't going to die from it because the virus is. For, most people in extremely minor conditioned, it just doesn't kill many people. Here under the age of fifty, it is so far down the list of things that your likely to die from that. It might even beyond the list. It'd be listed as miscellaneous. But maybe that's it. Maybe, the numbers are just ride. Maybe they're all screwed up. Maybe, as we're increasing, the number of cast said Florida is doing. Do you know how many tests Florida's doing per day? Hundred forty thousand. That's my badly. That as they are doing more tests, the numbers themselves are being polluted at are all I won't use the word because I want to save my career, but they're all bleeped up. This started with TV Station in Orlando Florida. That broke his story yesterday. The numbers out of one hospital in Orlando. I completely wrong. And there are some reasons to believe now that some of the hospitals and many of these hospitals are run by ethical administrators. It just crew. We've learned that here in southeastern, Wisconsin. There either because they're all screwed up the reporting. Bad numbers that perhaps they're deliberately reporting numbers that are Rog will pick up at that point above at five fifty news talk eleven thirty W. It's time for rapid traffic. Speeds are slower thanks to the rainfall moving through especially on I forty three right now both in. South Finding Higher Travel Times. If you see traffic, problems, call the Tri City National Bank your hometown bank, total traffic tip line, four and four, nine, four, four, fifty, one I'm John Wyatt. Bad. News, Talk Eleven W. Mark, belling late afternoon show again. We've got a chance for precipitation really through about midnight tonight before turning partly cloudy, and there could be heavy rainfall. We do not have any advisories for severe weather though. Auto Rain and the raiders lit up all over the area and so on right now. This story. Started in Florida now. Again I'm not going to say that I think. The numbers are awful all over the United States that they're just rog. But Florida is the state that saw the biggest spike. And a TV station down there started to dive into the numbers. What are the things extraordinary about this story? Is How little of this type of journalism is going out of the states right now. Everybody wants to prove a point. They call. It is terrible. Nobody wants to do any skeptical reporting on anything, had we? Maybe some of the missteps afoul she and his many misstatements bet uncovered. Maybe? It wouldn't have been so doggone hard. Maybe it wouldn't have taken the Daily Mail from London. To let us know that. This virus got out of the Wuhan Lab. In any event fact station in Orlando Florida. Dove into the numbers by casting facility. Most of the media just takes all the numbers semi county or a state, and said okay. This county did. I love it. In thirty two tests today at one hundred seven came back positive. Whether or not, this is a reporter that just had a little bit of curiosity, not I don't know. But the reporter went in and looked at the numbers by testing facility, and found a number of them had one hundred percent positives. Well that's not possible everywhere. We do the Kuroda virus thing. Almost everybody takes. The test comes back negative. First of all many people think they have it at they don't, but secondly we're now doing a thing. Let's imagine one person at a workplace gets it. They test everybody in the workplace. Well logically, almost all of those people will come back negative. They've tested the NBA players. I think every other day right now, so they're just testing testing testing testing. You're gotta get mostly negative. So how is it that some facilities including one was a large hospital? That's just a little lab. Large hospital that are Landau came back with one hundred percent. posits. Well the Fox Station in Orlando dug into this and the answer is. It's so simple that it blows away. The facility was on the reporting there positives. Now. was that deliberately screwing up the numbers or did? They think that's all they were supposed to do? The hospital sad. Will yes, there's an error reporting, but it was nothing we just didn't. Like anything else? If you go to get test if they run a test for be on something, or another and I'm negative. I don't think those always go into a database for heaven's Sakes Oh. Every old goat over the age of fifty has colonoscopy if they don't find anything I. I. Don't know what they do with any of those things. They weren't blood tests. That'd be all the time. I go in for this this this and then. Usually it's always negative. I don't know where that goes. But anyway they were reporting the positives figuring that that was important to keep account of how many people have the virus? But they weren't reporting the negatives. See you ended up seeing in Florida. People were commenting. Wow, a much higher number of the percentage of tests coming back positive. No, they word. The numbers were screwed up because they weren't including the negatives. It would be like if you took a baseball player throughout the course of a season. And you only called it his at bats where he got a hit while he battled thousand. and. That's what they were doing. It was a lot of facilities that we're doing it. The Florida Department of Health is saying yes, when you do as many tests as we're doing there clearly is some screw. UPS At our people at the state were not noticing that some of the data coming in from some of these facilities were raw. Is this happening all over the United States for some facilities are only reporting positive as possible. We won't know until somebody's willing to do what they did. In Orlando a dive into this. Get to the bottom of it, but if they are, it means that this whole spike thing might be bogus. Next. It, is being reported in some states. That they are reporting every positive tests that person gets. Follow this. If you have covered. You'RE GONNA test positive probably more than once. Why because there have been so many results that comeback Rog retest you. For example. Let's imagine I go in and get tested today and. By the way here, the drugstores are takes forever to get the results I don't know if that's true, but that's what I hear. I know that many people are going to their doctor's office in the here back within same as any other lab work within twenty four hours, but some of the drugstores are backed up anyway. Let's go to the doctor and test me per Colbert and I come back. Positive chances are they're gonNA have become back in two days the test again just to reconfirm and probably two days later to reconfirm it again. They want to make sure that I actually have it. Plus what's the harm Edouard the test? Apparently in some states if I test three times in the same week, they count that as three positive tests at it is, it is three positive tests, but it's only one guy who has it. So apparently in a number of states that are counting all of the positive tests rather than counting all of the actual cases. By the same token I admit the numbers can be screwed up the other way by counting multiple negatives. Let's imagine for example you've got an NBA player and they're testing them every two days, and they test negative, therefore twenty three times. Well that's going to throw. Throw off the positive rate. You got to zero for twenty three of their, but it's still only one guy that didn't get it. The obviously accurate number is percentage of people who were tested who have at not percentage of tests. They do blood work out a lot of people all the time. They test the high blood sugar nineteen. TIMES, that doesn't mean nineteen people have high blood sugar, it means the same guy had high blood sugar all nineteen times. They tested him. There are reasons to be very wary again of these numbers particularly given. That there is it agenda on the part of some to inflate this wall problem, particularly these public health authorities. I've heard rumblings that there are people being listed. We do know that if you're in the hospital and you have covert, they're going to list you as a patient. Because the federal government's reimbursement rate is higher for the COVID patients so I could be in there with three gunshot wounds to the brain, but if I've tested positive for Copay, they're gonNA list me as a covert thing, which again inflates in inflating all of those numbers. We are hearing that some of the hospitals tried to. To, increase their cult, because the hospital companies are all going under because of this mismanaging where they cancelled the heart procedures of the cancer, and all that the other thing, and they may be putting people in who are even called the positives, or if they suspect somebody, has it? Hey, you're gonNA stay overnight because they inflate their number to get some money off them again i. don't know if that's true. What I do know is that again is a story that begs for investigative reporting. We have. People who work in this field? You can say they're well intentioned. You can say they're not whichever way you want to go. They have ulterior motives either well intentioned. Well I think people need to know how bad this is. So maybe I'll we. We will check the numbers. Knowing that, the media is not gonNA. Check out, or maybe they're just this oddest again whether it's because they're well intended and they're trying to save. People's lives are not there. Is this garbage in garbage out thing which is occurred from the beginning of these numbers? If we're going to be making all of these decisions and thinking, we're understanding what's happening with the data? As a state, another thing I don't remember right now about bad date I mean one I remember his familiar years ago, garbage in garbage out, but bad data leads the bag conclusions that I think that there are strong reasons to believe that the data that we are getting with regard to call. It is very very bad. The. Tosa fire and police commissioner as expected. This afternoon has suspended officer Mensa this following the Common Council last night, calling for the officer to be fired, he has now been suspended by the fire and police commission. Do we know if it's with or without pay? Usually with regard to police officers when they're suspended its wis-. Pay particularly given the fact that. Nobody's accused Mencia yet of having done anything rog. Got, all these cases in the past offices have gotten in trouble for questionable shootings. Nobody there's no governing body anywhere that said that. Should he mayfair which wag? This is just the case of Walla Tosa being governed by truly despicable people add. Whatever opposition exists in Walla toss has simply not raised its voices in spoke dot in the offices behalf and This is you know the term is used all the time. By liberals referring to something that happens. To An African American in this case they are. There lynching officer men's his career. They're ruining the career. He's not hire anywhere. Are claiming that this is a guy that is killing innocent people and he's not. He to shootings that were cleared in the most recent what it may come as we established, there was a guy with a gun heading toward a crowded wall as part of a mob of people, his gun was loaded, and he had thirty five rounds of ammunition and an extended clip inside his fanny pack, and the gun that he was carrying was stolen, and he was told the dropped the gun, and when he get not only did not drop the gun. He fired a shot. If you, lose your career over that and you can lose your career over that in while Matosa. Wisconsin and you can lose your career over that when you are an African American officer. There is no one safe in this country, and there is no sense of justice whatsoever. And, as I say, it is a shameful moment in Wa witnesses history that mob rule where a bunch of agitators to come into meetings, yelling and screaming. And a demagogic immoral Alderman like heather cool. Can get an entire community to go out and decide systematically that we are going to sacrifice this guy at the altar of getting the protesters off our back. What's especially stupid about it? Is it never works? It's not going to get the protests is off your back every time you say yes to them, they come back and ask for more. This is established. What drives them crazy about trump? He never gives them what they want. which is why they go nuts over him? It's the only way you can deal with liberals. You have to say no to all of this stuff. Because once you say you start saying yes, they never stop demanding and you heard the city council member and Seattle. Seattle say so. WE'RE NOT GONNA be satisfied until this is a to dismantle the whole damn thing is going to be a socialist country. We're GONNA crush capitalism. We're GONNA crush it all. We're going to wipe it out. That is the agenda and it certainly starts with getting rid of the people that are trying to enforce the order we have, which is why the police are the target. The reason black lives matter only cares about black lives as when it's a police involved shooting is that this is all about going after the police? You could not have thought that anything could have been worse than Madison. But what has happened Wa Tosa is worse that happened in Madison. This is the decision to go out and take an African. American has decided to serve his community and serve society. And ruined him because a bunch of protesters demanded. Hard for me to magic getting any worse than that, but that's where we're. At least it's where we're at right now on wall, but hosts I'M NOT GONNA. Say What happened everywhere, and maybe a lot of other communities would have more backbone. Dennis McBride while Tosa that is where we are right now, and it is a shameful moment in that city. For All of the history of historic racism Walla, Tosa has they've learned nothing. They have decided to ruin the life of a young African American male here because some protesters who don't even live in their city demanded six. Oh, nine newstalk seven thirty. It's time for rapid traffic continuing to find slow speeds on the roadways. Thanks to the rainfall, but fortunately we don't have any incidents in your way. From the all new Lynch of Guanaco Total, traffic center news. Talk Eleven, thirty W is and I'm John Wiley. All new. When is it not do it anymore? I don't know that's not my call. I went to a high school. We We called our Jim the new GM it was. We had two gyms was older, and they kept calling the new J. What is the cutoff that? When it's something no logger new. Well, you know all these cities that are named after European cities here at the United States. I mean we still call New York New York because the First York the what an England was there. I did new. Berlet all of. Your, when does it plus? We have to call new Berlin new Berlin because there is a Berlin the. Berlin west of oshkosh of Anyway I've got the system summer. Cash contests texted your chance to win a thousand dollars for the six o'clock hour. We're GONNA to do that after the break I know you wanna hear. It now tops six ten news. Talk Eleven Thirty W. Eleven thirty wins said Mark Late afternoon show. We have another case on. Somebody whose life has ruined because they didn't know that you can't say all lives matter. Some just held you if you've got a job that anybody cares about. Is Wrong as you may think it is. You're taking your career into your own hands if you say all lives matter. Now I think when this all started that there were simply a lot of people who even know that the left simply decided that that is a racist statement. I know that the Sacramento Kings broadcast to grant napier. who was the first to fall in this? When he tweeted all lives, matter had no idea that that would be deemed to be. The statement of a white supremacist, which is what people have argued that it needs. Since then there are other people who are just trying to be bending over backwards to be reasonable and end up being shocked that their life is in tatters. Here's the latest. The former dean of the nursing school at the University of Wisconsin. Oshkosh has been fired from her current position for saying everyone's life matters. The thing about this is she even said black lives, matter. She currently works as the head of the nursing school. Add the University of Massachusetts Lowell. She's the former head of the nursing school that you'd you wash cash. Her name is Leslie Neil Boylan. She's been fired by the University of Massachusetts System. For put out a statement to the faculty, and these statements have been set out by faculty and employers all over the place about diversity in the workplace, and so on and. She deviated enough from the script that she has gotten herself. fired. In Her statement to the employees at the department. She wrote the following and I'm GONNA quote. Recent events recall a tragic history of racism and bias that continue to thrive in this country I, despair for our future as a nation. If we do not stand up against violence against anyone, black lives, matter, but also everyone's life matters. No one should have to live in fear that they will be a target for how they look or what they believe. She urged the nursing school students to care for everyone regardless of race, creed, color, religion, ethnicity, ability, or gender preference in other. This is actually a very liberal statement. And she was bending over backwards to be inclusive liberal, and she doesn't understand right now that they do not want inclusivity. The do not want this to be about anything other than black lives. And as a result, she's been fired by the University of Massachusetts her apologies for what she said. I'm sure she has no idea what she wa why what she said is offensive. Because what she said seems to be something that most people would, if you simply read the words thing that it just seems to make logical sense that everybody's life matters. When you say that sort of thing, you're going to be terminated especially if you work at a position in which liberal pressure can be applied. So. This is the woman that probably a fair number of people in Wisconsin Noah's I say she's the former head of nursing school at Uw. Oshkosh now at the University of Massachusetts, law and in putting out an email to the nursing, faculty and students at her school, she said black lives matter, but also everyone's life matters. She's fired. People wonder when this is going to end as I say the reason it. This part is is no one has these people's backs. Who say this when Napier set it up the king's broadcast nobody stood up verb, no faculty at that university is going to stand at all the people. who were you know graduates to that nursing school? People work for alert for it. None of them are going to have her back. Everybody is looking to protect themselves. It's been my constant plebe. None of this is a lost cause. If the majority of Americans do not believe that this is an offensive statement. They have the ability to protect the jobs of the people who get fired for it. That ability does exist. It simply means that you have to start acting at it. And exerting the power at a thirty that you actually have. Just as in Wa Tosa. That that community has to stand. For the witch hunt that is going on in their police department right now. You don't have to stand for it. If the Common Council and the Fire and police commission were personally in their own lives overwhelmed with complaints. If some of these Alderman what were walking down the street, and they were confronted by their constituents appalled that they would try to destroy the career of a young African American. Police officer tried to service. He's community. That pressure would come to bear, and there would be an impact at it. We have had enough cases where they've been victories of late. I cited the Big One Jefferson County last night. That these things are not guaranteed automatic losses, just as it's in our nation's heads, as to whether or not the Marxists I go to win the presidential election like Joe Biden and they're going to be in charge of everything or Trump beats him drives them crazy, and we keep our country, and hopefully maybe even pick up a few seats in the Senate and get the house back and redirect this country and undo a lot of the damage that's been done and get two or three more justices on the Supreme Court. Do, you know what ended all the protesting of the Seventies Reagan? It's trump. Now, so we'll say with the left is all grew up and Reagan brought us so much prosperity trump brought insperity to. They realized they weren't getting anywhere at all. They did was bitch and screaming and they stop burning the cities without. But protests. Some people say it ended with Kent State when people learned that they could die for their prostate boy. There's a lot of trouble after Ken. State I it ended because there was a limit as to how far it could go, and secondly the lefties themselves started to become part of the institutions themselves. The liberals of back in the day are the man now. This new movement that we have in place, this is an attempt by people who are even farther outside to throw the whole big away. I think in the sixties and seventies the original liberals. They just wanted power. In the past white male conservatives had all the power. They ran the universities. They ran the city's. They ran the states. They wanted power. There are lefties. They wanted power this bunch. Now it's more than just power. They WANNA. Burn the whole thing down. They hate America they hate our system. They hate everything about this country. They want to ruin it and they want to do it by. Brute force so long as they are in the minority. They can't be beaten, but they will not be beaten. Simply because we say they're in the minority, it requires proactively. And we certainly see like the tragic loss here at Tosa. Where they have claimed. The career, the one good thing I will say about this as men's has got a lawsuit here first of all, he is African American. He can make a strong case for racial discrimination. How many other police officers have been fired for shootings? That were not wrongful. I would say none in the history of the State of Wisconsin, and you can also make the case that he is being a victim of wrongful termination. Give her the fact that there's been no adjudication by anyone including the fire and police commission that he'd ever did anything rog. So maybe while we're just figure, okay fine, we'll pay the guy five billion dollars. He goes away, but at least we don't have. The protest is breathing down neck except the protest is going to be back and four days, and they're gonNA. Make me for all the real target right now because we all know that the police are going to be terrified. No better many shots are fired at that wall for any cop to fight to shoot back. How many shots would it take the Safdar that Mayfair Mall to get a WTO, so police officer? Respond we sex. We know that Mensa responded after one shot and he's now. He's now suspended. I honestly and I said this earlier I honestly don't know if I was at Tulsa police officer I would encourage them to respond if it was the ball. Going out there right now if that community has decided. that. They're gonNA throw all of their cops under the bus like this. Well, then maybe they need to find out what it's like. When they don't have a police off, police force anymore. Pre, people like like they treated their officers and to run a city the way that city has gone sour since McBride became the mayor. It's time for some serious introspection there again, trying to make some of his positive, this wouldn't have to happen in every community and all that community had to do is say no. We've got rules in. This guy didn't break any of them. Like it tough, why and write a letter to the editor of the same as everybody else in the meantime? If you're disrupting our meeting, we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA arrest you. That will still happened in some places. But it didn't happen there, and it is instructive as to what has happened in Walla Tosa and how we haven't America. Simply abandoned every protection. We've ever accorded citizens every due process. We have the kind of rights that African. Americans have benefited from existing. And use it to in this case, it's almost ironic it's not, but it's almost ironic that the victim in this case again while Tosa is a black man, the police officer. That long hit by the way you know who wrote the book about the history of racism and what? The mayor McBride. And here he goes and commits the ultimate, Racist Act and trying to destroy the career of an African, American public servant, simply because a bunch of protesters told him to it, he didn't have the integrity or guts to stand in the way and stop it. And the only person while Tosa. Vote for this is the former police officer Dubinsky six twenty five newstalk of the Oh God give you the word. We do this. Happy, As in happy birthday, just happy, don't put anything else in their happy H. A. P., p.. Y. Happy. What! No just happy. Was for named happy. Well the rolling stones did happy didn't think. That was Keith Richards did it was like the only way they let him save? Yeah I think of happy I. Think it Keith. Richards was the ferrall song called happy. Anyway just text happy at a two, hundred, two, hundred, twenty, two anytime between now and seven o'clock and get a text confirming entry plus iheartradio Info Standard Data and message rates apply this nationwide contest six five news talk eleven thirty W I. It's time for rapid traffic crash on forty, three, ninety, four, southbound, coming off. The High Rise Bridge blocks the left lane. Lane expect delays around that scene and the crash in the stadium interchange has the ramp from eastbound ninety four northbound highway, one seventy five blocks. You'll also find the left lane northbound through the stadium interchange coming off of Miller parkway onto one seventy. Five with a lane blocked from the all Lynch Ford of Maguire Total. Traffic, center newstalk eleven thirty Wfan I'm jared. Mark belling late afternoon show several weeks ago. I talked about Coin Hooding, going at the United States and Come home. There are a number of retailers decided that they're not GonNa Change and the reason that I'm giving you change any age. There's all these theories as to what's going on, and I don't think it's I. Think it's just a combination of a lot of things. First of all there's less coinage being circulated in general, because hardly anybody pays in cash anymore, so the coins don't move around as much as they would otherwise move around. Secondly, there are very few. Nickels Pennies dimes headquarters coming in because the meant has been at slowdown ever since the Covid, so the normal process of the banks, turning in the old grubby coins and replacing them with new ones that hasn't happened as well third. There are some people who believe that some people are hoarding coins, because they believed that the value of the metal in these coins and most of merge zinc is going to be worth more than the face value of the coins. That's possible, but most of the base metals have been going down in value not up. Because of the economic slowdown, if we get significant inflation and I believe we will, then everything's going to go up from zank to any anything that's in there, and indeed you can get to the point where the coins will be worth. Melt value fire more than they are in terms of the face of the coin, but we are not there at this point. Yes, it just a combination of a lot of things are some people say it's wrong for well, not raw you could. Your story can set any policy you. What can. You say that's your policy. That's your policy. These ear prices you could back in the day. They used to charge more gas stations. If you use the credit card that if you pay cash, they do all those things that they want I. Do have though it's that away a rounded. But, many stores have these policies now that is something nine dollars, and you're gonNA. Pay Eight twenty-seven. They'll ask you, do you WANNA get seventy three cents to your homeless shelter something. You're paying calf, say yes, that way it's they'll keep it in the left to kick it into somebody other than themselves, just taking it to their own It's it's the store makes the policy clearing bats. They ever provided. Are. Again very close to a society in which we simply don't had. We probably always have the paper bells. We're moving. Ingest generally away from. The added the virus germ thing that people have said the number of people who don't want to mess with them, and then if you don't get him and change anywhere where you gotta get Eddie eventually all the WHO have gone at in the fording people sailing collectibles, speculating on glacier. Changes in our society.

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Full Spectrum Cycling #89  Checking in with Allroy in Ontario

Fat-bike Radio

30:11 min | 8 months ago

Full Spectrum Cycling #89 Checking in with Allroy in Ontario

"Uh welcome welcome everyone to full spectrum. Cycling number. Eighty nine eighty. Jk just popped into the show notes which don't exist for. Yes i know well normally take a second to reload but yeah if there's nothing to reload he would say we're free ball and re ballin definitely been a busy week for everyone. You know there was kind of that thanksgiving thing in the middle there. Sort of oh yes. And then december snuck up on me kidding so it's What is it december. Second third fourth maryland thirds. My daughter's fifty so yesterday was her birthday. Yes we had such a great day and tomorrow is the rampage and and global set. Bike dan kobe brought in is wheel over there. See how worn out. It is his tire. It's like it's completely bald bald fat. I mean they have to. That are bald now. Yeah they did. Use to make bald-faced lighters. I know they were awesome. Wish they still had to. Somehow mike and berta found tan sidewall versions of them. Those are i would actually like to see. Thick slick factor. Ooh that would be awesome. Great tire by so my only complaint with them as they. They're completely silent when you skid. There's actually no car crash skill. That i love coming up on a crowd of people and just being long. Does that big apple. Oh yeah he makes you watch. Yeah i think that Fat bikes definitely need slick tires. Or at least you know road ish tires somebody just. I forgot to put it in the show notes. But there's a drop bar fat bike from one of the smaller builders out there. Latin foot sheep bill black sheep. But that's you know. That's for guys like george machines up at the broken spoke. You know we haven't. I haven't talked to charge. That would be awesome to see. We should make that happen. He's a great guy. You know what wonder what's happening with the snow. Crowns aries this year. Yeah been kind out of touch working on the new space coming along their greg well. It's it's comment along to space. It's gonna be really neat when it's all finished out with everyone's not coming along fast enough to move into it just yet. No that's all right. It would go really well in door county. What with all the doors on all see rica. it's a very fluid space. There's a bunch of changes that are happening. The conference from by the speakeasy as moved and There's there's just a lot of activity and people coming in. I who's the dude that does the kayaks and canoes stuff and does the climbing down. Turner is he. Jody is it. it's it's a. It's i'm not sure if it's him but there's a kayaking and and that's exactly coming into the space and bringing kayaks and that's a good space 'cause ease of use a got parked out in the street on He lives on a chambers. No no Dowsman yeah you should get your google maps out folks and i used to live on dowsman tonight. That's the hoity toity. Remember ryan's two times dowsman locust in the walla tosa river west. Oh yeah that's a nice little area and then once further south in the slums over leftover by the gig twenty five eight that one. I don't remember the other one but yeah it was great. It was like a three block long. You can't get out the other end so nobody comes in kind of a street like that. Let's carter honeycutt from exposed. Foreheads up in their nice and really digging my exposed for it's got to new forty five in the mail today exposed forehead now abby gene and field. I don't have any forty fives. Every gene is really cool because blue bubblegum off nice. It's got a pretty serious weight to it for a single. It's like a nice piece of vinyl. What they get for forty five. These days I bought these As part of wmc's website. And i forgot to get the hot sauce. I feel terrible but they did for all you listeners. Right now if you go out there and shop spend fifty hours you can get a free bandanna meatball bandanna can you mash on your face you can and i happened to go for the five pack for twenty dollars right on but the vinyl was ten bucks a piece serve that long and i think that was a very fair price here. That's out is that. So i don't know sounds like a racket. Welcome to the radio program. Caller who do we have on the line. Evening guys all roy from ontario canada calling roy. What's up we haven't heard from you for awhile. Talk you much guys. Yeah it has been awhile actually had Planning for new guys on the show the sixty nine shoulder. 'cause i got an infantile. We had a bit of a a bit of a problem with the calling card and whatnot so he didn't quite pan out so tonight was the night and i thought you know what it's a great night on the eve of gold top bike day. So i thought i'd give a ring and see how things are going into on your end and Yeah just catch up quick. Well our global fat bike day is going to be a Unannounced affair i guess because it isn't we're not going to do the big gathering. What what's it like up there in the in the great white north well actually. The last time. I phones you guys i was. We was pretty pretty level. Through the summer there was It seemed like things are starting to you know. There were too many cases but now that everything's of back to family somewhat normal it Cases have gone up and they're playing with different color codes in different closure someplace or closed and some are open. It's it's kind of tough to navigate what you might or might not have like to be able to do any given day so it could it. Could they still doing the to distance. Where your mask You know that sort of thing. But we're pre you know things that's been pretty static for the last few months but yeah that not. Not much has changed since the last time. I talked to you guys. Unfortunately two meters is further than six feet. So you guys are probably safer than we are barely by six by six inches. Able to keep working and stuff even through this. Yeah actually yeah. We're we're pretty steady with With my job. Pretty pretty steady. It was You know on a need basis. Basically we had a we. I work for the water department. So let's if something breaks so yeah that's been pretty steady. That's that's an ongoing thing. What there's certain utilities don't really they don't have any knowledge or care of That colbert all so they break or they work or they don't and somebody has to be there to fix them so it sounds like our president doesn't care for golden guys are closer to me. There's there's pandemonium here the pandemic pandemonium because there's there's no consensus or any kind of national sort of. You should be doing this stuff. They're just a hodgepodge of local things that make. It doesn't make any sense because you cross the street and it's totally different than it is in a different area right. Yeah no for us. It's it's pretty. It's pretty even across the board everybody's told almost identical thing and yeah we. We've been watching the news for you guys and stuff and it. It does seem very mean. There's no like you said it could change from state to state town to town and it sounds. Yeah it's pretty crazy because up here you're not gonna get necessarily screamed out if you're in a mask. People are pretty good about it down. There seems like it could be a bone of contention depending on where you are. You're either wearing or not wearing masks violent. i guess always like the early The like early in the pandemic the one establishment. That had the If you're wearing a mask we will be assuming that you're trying to rob us and we will act accordingly. Who is on the fox. Yeah you out thirsty fox. I was like damn We we had planned on using that establishment on a ride. And those guys. That's pretty scary. For simple self-preservation you you gotta do for you. I mean you know what. I mean by the way i'm taking if nothing else. Think of it that way. Yeah just be selfish. Dude number one global fep by tomorrow you know what it starts are pretty pretty early. We've got a little bit of snow. You're actually. I don't know if it's snowing your way but we had about you know half a foot there earlier on the week and now it's sort of warmed up so it's getting a little bit crunchy and packed out which is okay. And then It'll be nearly. It'll probably be about thirty. It'll zero degree celsius thirty three fahrenheit. So it's warm enough drink beer in the woods for sure. So we're just gonna from the house here and and You know kind of pick up a couple of people here and there. It's not gonna huge so we're not really organizing huge event or anything but you'll see people at certain spots and couple of trails near the my place that that is quite popular. We wanna see. They haven't gone quite hollywood. They're not actually naming each an individual trail. But it's it's pretty busy there on some weekends and Yeah so we'll just kinda putter around and find a good spot in the woods and have an ice cold beer. And that's that's of the plan. Anyway we'll see where it takes is how long until we get hungry or tired. We come home but that seems make sense. We are men after all. Yeah down here. It's santa rampage day. Which normally would be a very big deal in milwaukee because it's a fundraiser for the wisconsin bike fed and there's often several thousand thousands of people on the very main part of the ride. But i think it's going to be just a lot more disparate santa's and many of them on fat bikes but not the you know the big conglomeration of people like with santa rampage and most people are wearing the official. Santa style hat. Does it fit over the helmet or you just mean a few beers i. I liked wearing a helmet. Don't know how to put the once a year. That has a head on it. Yeah you get creative. That's that's not a real big deal you can. You can figure out ways but It is a snail's pace in most of the the major parts of the ride. It's bright even if you've had a couple of beers new fell down your head releasing to worry about so jay has like he jake. As like the opposite of me. I got I got a mall santa suit. That was a rental. That i got a really good price but jk has the. What do they call that thing. A snuggie and and the joe boxer santa lounge pants pajamas. Essentially perfect and ten field. Yeah have you re ten sealed at this year Yes i did i did. I did it two days ago. It should be all ready to go all right. Thank you flintshire. What's your bike. Ride your bike. The bike itself. I actually i call. I put on the winter tires. Which is the just the be rubber. Just some v river miscellaneous v rubber linked snowshoes or bulldozers that i had purchased from a friend and it just i just saddle them up with my Twenty nineteen Norcal bigfoot and. That's the one that. I ride regina right in the summer winter. I don't they don't think it should be relegated to just one particular just a nice bike ride. I did a really considering long ride on it. And i wasn't. I wouldn't believe that soar after doing really long today like talking trip. So i'm i'm very very happy with the bike fit well and it feels good. So that's nice. Yeah we see yes mean. It's a company that i've always been impressed with because they give good value for the buck. But it's not Something that we see in the midwest. A lot i think the west coast that a little bit more nor co rep out that way right. Yeah for sure yeah. It's definitely it's definitely sort of a more west coast thing. We get them here. There's just different dealers will You know you could go to one dealer and you'll do have one specific and but i'll tell you something that i did see that i thought was super cool that i went into my friends. A few friends actually both of them on bike shops and i saw chroma fat blake which was absolutely incredible to look at and and they're they're very high end they they they come from I call me as well near Near whistler and they do most. I think it's mostly frames build custom frame stuff like that but this like it was just really. It's just such a nice bike to look at the you could. You could just feel high high quality just by looking at it. It was a great looking bike. And i don't think they make them anymore necessarily but i think that they did play with the with the frame for a couple of years there and then i don't think that they they were one of the early ones along with slight. That went with the more slack. Head tube and steeper see two more like kind of like an all mountain bike. Yeah i remember those. I they may still be around. I'm not sure that's something. We should probably figure out. I think it's kind of interesting now that you know specialized jumped out of the game. I'm not sure about our buddies down in waterloo. Ville there at track. What they're going to do but a lot of the smaller companies are act doing really interesting fat bike stuff now and they may not be the same small company that was there before the the big three jumped into the game. But now you know we caught the wave and then we left. Hey thanks very much for you. Know suck the wind out of the sales of some little guys but remove alien. We were just about to top of the nose taken. Gripe sweep of beer in our thing. We're at the top of the hill but we might take a second again. The hill's it's it's really hard. Climb at the top before back down over here back he ran. He ran out of battery park legs. Man he's down to four lights and banners lord. What what Here but what we are dealing with a push this button. Yeah we're j. k. Brought the beer so he can tell you what we're drinking here and then you can They'll listen with what you got. This is from good city brewing. Here in lovely milwaukee wisconsin. It's called space time and it is the other worldly cousin to spare time which is another ipo. That i think it's i think this is a hazy with galaxy note. Is it not a hazy. Spirit says this has a spaceman on the front which is kind of interesting because this was space. Time nut spare time. The cousin of space guy because china just went to the moon ask space for it. They didn't have a guy but they're on the moon now. So and you know me. I'm actually having a calgary haiti days and it's a six percent alcohol by volume. It's it's a fantastic bereavement south at opportunity to visit this summer there was a It's it's kind of like it's a very environmental friendly place. Recycle the water and they bunch of charities and they employ a bunch of the people in the town and his a great great parades. I wouldn't say microbrewery by any chance because when you pull up to the actual breed itself it looks like it's kind of an out in the country so it's a looks almost like a barn but it really nice barn so you can go in there and eat and and they all kinds of different foods from around the different farmers that provide the the meat and potatoes from the from the farms. It's great great spots on. What's the name of the burri cub cowbell. How cowbell cow. We need more obviously. Is that in ontario there somewhere. Yes it is. It's about it's close. It's probably an an hour and a half's drive from here but you can do it by bike. It just takes a lot longer than that but but it's It's quite quite nice. Little town to visit the quaint little spot there and it's They got a few little like little crappy arts buildings and stuff up there. But i mean it was very very quiet when we were up there. Obviously you know. There's not a lot going on because of the kobe. But it's a very it's a great spot to go. Check out and definitely do it again for sure. A lot of the small guys. It's it's it's it's a challenge are pabst brewing. Which obviously was a big thing here back in. The olden times had come back and we're brewing in milwaukee again as as pat's bring house recently learned that they're not gonna make it on ripped pulled. Yeah unfortunately butros really was a cold place. It was in an old church from eighteen fifties. I believe and they had a really great stage in a bunch of great music all the time. And he'll grab that yeah. It's a good venue if nothing else so for sure for sure. Yeah and well you know. It's coming up with the twentieth. I think we're killing it. Maybe there's got to be at owen citing before the on the bond kill So yes so. The the beer that you have from cowbell is called again. It is the haiti days you. Tiph cool. i'm navigating to it on the web thing. He now so the interwebs them on their they'd have i mean they got all kinds of merchandise as well and camps. That's a good name absent land. That's actually one of the cool ones actually. Four different beers that they named from different Like historical figures from town of live in. And so there's like a story. I love a beer with a story in the back of the of deal. You're bringing read. It got us some really interesting stuff. They're i'm gonna put a link to it in the In this story on today excellent right on all right man. Well listen. i'm going to. I'm going to check out now but Hey have a great wrestler show. And i tomorrow and every week. It's fantastic guys great job so have a good one to enjoy a global like that using talking to you guys again. Thanks for calling all right. No problem so by once again we're saved from oblivion caller or a random. Pull off the street right. all right. we haven't heard from all right Let's look back. And i'll ask shows on the. I always love to talk to people from north of the border because their take on stuff is not. You know honestly. I don't think it's changed all that much up there in the you know forty plus years. I've been aware of what folks are like. It's not as divisive as down here or is it divisive. Yes i know why didn't quite okay. So why do words change. because it's a liberal. And yes in a world of nunciatures of a world language riots and regionalism bunch of jackasses like we say herbs in the british say herbs. You know why because there's a fucking h. in movement is does that person still around. Oh yes i have. Not seen such lately is there. Were some funny stuff back in the time. Oh yeah i was just revisiting. Old old shows only stock. Here's one of the names of the beard. Docked purdue's boxing bruin day. I mean if you have a brewery you got to have a creative person personal names as well as a person to come up with the brew and a description that and the artwork. His clever sound. Good stuff ova clever. All my cans beer will be completely the same. You will never know what's in it. It's going to be called mystical brewing. No it's gonna be called mystery. Brewing larry go generic probably already is a mystery. Brings out of you remember. Remember when like there were years generic cigarettes were just put like a barcode beans. it was corn. They all of all that. Oh it was insane. They just brands. Yeah it looked like when you put the sunglasses on and they live and it was just black and white and now i see your your before issue with your things your cans when you have it like this at only gets the one area. Oh you think so. If you pointed at your mug it will be more arm. Tony wears So tony wears a A headset microphone and it makes it hard from three beer with without a straw actually have titanium straw. I have one bag. But i didn't bring my bag so i got it from the place. I get my knives from an. It's got it's got like a forty five degree bell on one edge so you can stab somebody in jugular vein. Apparently still a straw. It's works and it's titanium ready to kill some how you doing you know who have been getting an awful lot of emails from lately. Is the the titanium bomb. People still aren't any longer. Whatever it's called. I i almost pulled the trigger. I'm getting really close. Just because they're so kick ass now they have titanium mug which you don't have to put your ball in how would you. I wonder our titanium mug would do. As far as he is. patient probably gets l. yeah. I have a mere coffee mug i love. That's one of the greatest things i own. It's just a camp size with a cover on it so you can. It keeps it warm for about two hours. Plus you're saying well that's at room temperature not at below ashes so interestingly with temperature how come zero degrees you know celsius and fahrenheit are. There's like that's thirty different but the the meters are only three different. If he had a couple of inches. Or something i would so far away. I mean you know. The difference between zero and thirty two and fahrenheit is a lot good metric freaking metric system yet. If i would have been baptized in the water said tricks. I think every damn time thankfully he was not meters three point two eight feet so it's like thirty nine and a half inches or something. I was reading reviews for heaters because my room is so cold and The one complaint on this very fancy here was it doesn't offer in celsius in your in your basement Lehrer yeah i like my Oil filled radiators looking heater is there it. Yeah because it kind of just keeps radiate beautiful and it's under my desk in the basement lair and it. It keeps the whole underside. And then it kinda wafts out from underneath beautiful definitely in my opinion the way to go and it doesn't make any noise at art. Yeah like you don't have a worrying fan sound like the jet took off your haven't heard that all year because this our shop faces south and when the sun's beating in here it's you don't you don't need heat even when it's twenty degrees outside right it's awesome. It's inexpensive unlike the heat at the new joint which is going to be spent. Just gonna be gruesome came up with a plan in case for the first year. I'm going to pay what. I paid here for heat. I'm gonna take my electric bills and say here's what i'll be paying for the next year for electricity and heat in the new space because there's no metering there yet. There's i mean there's no way to really get the actual number until we energies gets everything back up because building. I don't how long that building was decommissioned for. But it was ten years probably that building on the other one was still in use. The other one was being used at one further east but that particular building i think has been decommissioned for quite awhile. So i've been washing walls as it working. There's a lot of stuff on the walls. I don't know if it would be prudent. To where a man. It would be prudent to wear a mask weather. We had the code thing or not. But because there's a lotta shit in that building a lot of heavy stuff in it. I'd be while the other i. I think the building that we're in was more staging maybe in storage. The other one is where all the lead acid batteries or maidens tougher. James drilled out the locks on a couple of doors and we found in. They're still working a telecom room with iraq of. I don't know maybe orgy batteries. That were the battery backup and it still said twenty four and a half volts which apparently is what the telephone systems used and it was just in there for however long it was in there but the phones are not. There's no digital phone. It's got pushed buttons. But that's it so they're old. Yeah lots plan on telephone. They went boop boop boop still not ticky tick by interesting. Any who basically thanks to all roy nash. Kota it again. I you know what i'm thinking of pretty damn sure. I'm i'm gonna pull this for tomorrow doing the original route really you know. They haven't. I mean it hasn't been really done. I mean there's been aspects of the original route went through compass and road through our as well like that so or or the last before it before they did the spiderweb and then the procession talking hollander and and that road. We'll see what you need to get your fat bike tires on your bike. Get twenty nine. Plus on their three inches us. Are you gonna ride the low side high which are both three down one point nine five. I dunno i. It's it santa rampage if it warrants me writing fat bike on it or not. Maybe all night to sleep on that. I got tired of it. Having at out. If i could fix the flat on the on the mavericks might ride the we it. Why we at hello folks. This hazy is only five point four percent so you know. I can't blame it on the beer today. Thanks apparently didn't report any. Ib us at least they didn't have it on their website. So this is. I think is insanely limited release. Yeah all right then well behind local. Yeah no thanks for listening showed ninety next week. I guess we can't take that week off. We'll keep coming at you. He saves clear perks murder. Dr drinking don't grab the driving.

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6/29/20 Belief that America is a racist, terrible country.

The Mark Belling Show

2:28:50 hr | 1 year ago

6/29/20 Belief that America is a racist, terrible country.

"Good afternoon Milwaukee. This is the mark belling late afternoon. Show on news. Talk Eleven Thirty W. At. You may have heard Vicky, talking about the dimple case we're seeing. Guy that the trying to screw out of Eddie covert assistance because he actually went to Madison and took part in a rally. And Vicky was making the point while Corey Mason. The mayor did this because he figured nobody'd ever find out about it. Out. I don't normally disagree with other talk show hosts. They can speak for themselves. I. Think Corey basically knew everybody was going to. Out about it. It didn't care. You may recall that. We did that story on my program a couple of months ago and it didn't cause a ripple of a reaction, and that's remedy goal at this point, the ripple of a reaction thing. I was almost prescient because I talked about this, so we were still on covid long before George Floyd started to occur in the protests. How liberals are at their best, you bay recall that I quoted Rudyard kipling's poem if liberals are at their best, your times have chaos, and I don't mean at their best in terms of praise at their best in terms of most effective. And it's when people on the right I. Think tend to be at least effective. In other words, the time that you need to fight the most because a greatest opportunity for damages, being done is the time that many conservatives are shellshocked. Their jaws dropped or head for the hills waiting until it's safe to come back out again. This is new, but it's really accelerating. And what are the reasons that it's accelerating is a my side consists largely of websites just true. wimps and I mean that not even critically. It's just an accurate observation. And Be. lefties control the media meeting. They're able to evade many of the consequences for their actions. Now I. Get asked all the time. What can you do about this? Everybody knows what you can do about it. I mean that's not a secret. What could we do about this? What can we do about this? What could we do about this, but you have to fight back. And in the end elections do matter. Liberals lack power when they lose elections. This is why they are so obsessed with trump. They just can't stand that. They lost that election. So those are the things that you can do, but in the interim, these fights come up. You have to fight and you can't be intimidated. Now there are individuals who fight dimple his fighting. Those of you don't know what didn't wear Vicky showing. Remember the story. There was a little store and received. To pull navratil. He decided to go to the rally and Madison. You know not the riots at Madison Way back before a bunch of law abiding, Americans went to the capital to demonstrate against the coporate lockdowns. He Wed.. The mayor overseeing corey basic found out about this. He stood okay fine. You gotta go and protest. These shutdowns I'm not going to give you any city assistance under Kobe and the city didn't advances Grad just spiked it, and he became aware of it and spoke up about it right away. And I talked about it on the program. So I met a guy like him is fighting back. Many people are afraid to fight back because they see right now that liberals are fighting dirtier than many people are. I think conservatives are afraid of liberals right now. That's what I believe. When liberals CAD, just because you say something that you didn't even know you're not allowed to say anymore like all lives matter and see your career road. This gets many people terrified. They don't want to see their lives in their career Rohan. They don't want to have people harassing them. They don't WanNa be dogged with the. Tag of racism on social media and I Google for the rest of their lives, so they recede. And again! I understand that. If. You're a regular old guy. Do you want to get in the middle of this? On the other hand, the alternative is to lose your country. Lose your culture. Lose your society. Many things are I'll, but there's a lot of parallels that are go out of society, other institutions that are seeing similar battles for their heart and soul. Many people believe that it's going out of the churches as well. They believe that a lot of sell out. Fake religions are developing in some of these megachurches where pass these just get up and say pray to God the next thing you know you're going to be rich and others people. Other people claim that that's a bastardisation of the doctrine. So what I'm describing here with regard to American society this goes on all over the place at it's happened throughout history. It just hasn't happened in the United States at this level prior to now. We've had earlier instances of social upheaval in the United States. But people felt comfortable, enough and fighting back that a lot of times it didn't result in a significant transfer of power. The goal here is a remaking of society. A destruction of the United States, as we know it, this is why now follow me on this. Look how quickly we went! After George Floyd from now whatever confederate statues are still up? We gotTA. Get rid of to. We have to give it of George Washington. Look how fast that happened. George plights barely over a month ago. We went from the confederacy to George Washington. You have four schools Walla Tosa that they're pushing to get the names off of and one of them is Washington. They're pushing to get the statue of Abraham. Lincoln pulled out of uw Madison. Again as I say it starts with the confederate flag. Amazing amazing that it wasn't all that long ago, that that thing was everywhere starts with the confederate flag which F. I think most people find it hard to defend and we're now at George Washington. You've got carried on the statue of a guy who fought on the good side of the civil war and spread his life as an abolitionist. You see how fast this happens. But again this is the tactic that the left uses. When there's chaos like this going on, they attack you from all fronts. They swarm it all directions, so it isn't just statues. It isn't just symbols. It isn't just okay. The NFL they're all to kneel this year and next got be put in the hall of fame just for being courageous. It isn't just. Bring the Kobe thing back to try to mislead people because you think. That, the economy's recovering too quickly enough where we can't let that help trump. It's all of it going on at the same time in so many different levels. The social media thing God right now. The number of American companies that say that they are going to boycott social media because social media has not done a good enough job. Slapping Down Conservatives in the meantime could serve it as being slapped on social media. Right in left, and you've got pressure from the left that they have not done enough. Why my goodness. This conservative said this racist thing and you facebook didn't stop them. So the Abbot pressure because again, the left applies pressure far better than the right is for the social media companies to be even more ruthless than even more relentless. In silencing conservative voices, we have another case of a marquette student being targeted targeted right now eight incoming marquette student. She's being targeted with physical violence because she's posted on social media, some things that liberals. and. These aren't as extreme as the one that we had before and Marquette publicly say we're GONNA. Look into us. She has backing down. got a lot of different things that have highlighted here on. Obviously, we'll try to touch on them, but again this is this is the sort of thing that happens. It goes on in all directions ad. I use the I use analogies that explain myself a lot. And I mentioned the Herald on the tortoise and the Liberals of the hairs. They race out on stuff like this and the Conservatives tend to plotted off of the conservative side wigs. But plotting, plotting, plotting, plotting, moving slowly, moving slowly, moving slowly and moving slowly and then winning, but not always the liberals just figure rack up as many victories as we can, and even if we lose something in the long run, we will have accomplished all these things in the interim. There are many people believe that all of this ends with trump being reelected. Many. Some very very smart people. Invest in the economy and invest in the stock market, saying that this is all predictable, because it's happened so many times in the past Ed. It's true history is when you have social dissension in America, and would people feel as though they're losing their country. Election, they tend to hammer hard on the traditional side. and. The polls always tend to miss it. So many people have seen it so many times in that that would be a classic case of the hair on the tortoise. It doesn't change the fact that the the hairs of achieved all of these victories, the hairs being the liberals racing off I for example. If they get the names of the school's changed all across the United States. You Know Walmart does not even that liberal of a community. It used to be a little conservative. Probably now friends left, but it's close the mixed. If they can get the school's names change their imagine. It is not unreasonable to ask. Or even speculate if the State Capitol. Wisconsin will still be called Madison at the end of this decade. It's even fair to ask well. It survive until twenty twenty five. You could even speculate that they might change the name of the city within one year. Nothing is off the table right now as I say if they can get the names of schools changed while we're Tosa it again. It's only a proposal. And whether it succeeds or not will depend on whether or not people in Walla, Tosa fight back. Don't expect the people who work in the schools to fight back. This is one of the battles that was lost in the past that it's one of the battles that many conservatives have talked about for some time. They conservatives have never objected to the miserable quality of many of the public schoolteachers that move there lard, liberal butts into the school systems and Fight for liberal causes again. That's not. A lumping in of all of them, but they are. They're a sizable number of public schoolteachers. Liberal agitators who for years have bed, ideologize in the classroom and conservatives have never stood up and said Hey. Fire this jerk it just has. It doesn't happen best case scenario that make up a snake. They go way way way too far. They get a three day suspension in the rear, their ugly head to get a year later. Again I throw a lot at you, but these things that are developing really really fast now. They all build over a long period. Getting back to the point that I was making about how you go from the. From the confederate statues to George Washington and how you do it so quickly now I want you and this is the way you understand things. Put yourself in the shoes of the other guy. Put yourself in the shoes of a lefty. Want well. You'd better think their way. If you push the take down a confederate flag. They say yes. What's your reaction to be pushed? The take something else? Okay. You're pushed down to push the take out confederate statue. Okay? They gave you that all right. Let's get on NASCAR's, but the got all these confederate flags. They let's ban that they did that okay. Put much all of our confederacy things. Let's throw their attention to the Nour's. We got a few slave voters who were in the North like Thomas Jefferson. Let's let's let's bad him. Getting a lot of reception on that okay, keep going. Keep going. Keep going if you're wanted to. Why would you stop seriously if you're a lefty right now? Demanding that we ripped out statues and take dowd. Why would you stop? I of course, but at my cushy, why would they? Nobody stops them? So why not just go for as far as you could possibly go? Give you another example imagine there's I use this one last week, but I repeat it again because it's applicable. Somebody throws two hundred and fifty thousand dollars out the window to lay it on the street, and all these bills bunch one hundred dollar bills. You're picking. Up In nobody's stopping you. You. GotTa do stop. Say Okay. I got nine of them. That's enough. You're GONNA grab more. Now you're up to five thousand. You're going to keep grabbing him. That's all that's going on here. The same thing, it's been true with regard to the protest, the turned into riots and Madison. They're allowed to do whatever they wanted. Night after night after night and bus, the hell out of State Street, Bay it up right and left. Nobody did anything about it. So why wouldn't they try to burn down the City County building? Will firebomb in there. Why not? Lord behold that apparently was the thing that went too far and things have calmed and Madison sense whether or not it's a permanent calmer, just a break in the rioting. We'll find out the point is is that that didn't stop until it stopped and it didn't stop organically audits own. Let's Badger. The lefties get. All the schools that they don't name the host the change. What possibly makes you think that they're not going to go next? To shore, what at Whitefish Bay and Brookefield Ed you know West Alice and get them off their much less milwaukee. The you know the low hanging, fruit and so odd. When you think about it, it's actually amazing. This factors basic. You got to think about this for let this again. I'll build it up for a while because I'd to sit. Get it us into your thick skulls y'all have out there. Think by skulls very sick, don't you? Rather stubborn I said I've cracked by head a bunch of times I think it's why I've had headaches I'd probably had concussions. All these years had never even do it. I've really cracked by head and concrete a bunch of times. I haven't told all stories. I once caught a touchdown. Pass it touch foot. Wallet fired class in High School. That was a racket fi classes back in high school, but I was. There may be at a gym. Teacher was the greatest job in the world. Let you guys go play flag football I think he came out and watch this. He didn't just go out and play flag football. That was the gym class. It wasn't even just touch football. Go play touch football. What we did that and we were played in this field at the end of the grow the grass. What end is where the concrete and gravel were? That was a touch stout, apparently so I caught a pass. Some jerk shoves me after I caused in the in the zone. Which is the concrete? Just shove cracked by head. Really hard did not drop the ball. Still remember that if I want to drop the ball, really been hacked off I. Just remember it'd be the cracking sound being so loud. I also remember it didn't initially hurt at all. All I see I ringing in the ears and throw it up I bet I had that eight times was just. Like we are now pamper. Just roll out. You don't even go hope with that. No. Go back and. Like. I said I. Don't remember it hurting. I'm sure that this long term damage that was done adequate I said I was going to let this sink yet I should doubt out. Even tell the story. In backed, let me redirect this. I'm going to make the point better. That was otherwise going to bake it. I want you to ponder. that it is very possible. That in a couple of buds. While we're Tosa will take George Washington's name off school, but Milwaukee will still have Ronald. Reagan's name on what of its schools you gotta think about that for a minute. Milwaukee has a school named after Reagan and Tosa Milwaukee and Tosa some get rid. Of what named after George Washington? Now I, the Reagan School is a charter school. You know that will be in the crosshairs at some point. But. It just goes to show you. Get, the targets are generally going to be use this term all the time. The low hanging fruit liberals will always start by going after the easy wins, and they keep going after Walmart. Toast because Wallet Tosa Keeps Rolling over John. Wyatt keeps complaining about the fact that you've got all these lefties. There and they acquiesce in the acquiesce and the acquiesce in the acquiesce in the acquiesce and the acquiesce. It frustrates some of the longer-standing standing. People in tos including some of the people on the police department that their hands are tied, and they have to put up crap that keeps going on. I'm going to tell a story right now. That doesn't directly relate. But it's worth telling it. I May as well work it in right now. I'll make it relate. Louisville got a point that could related. I could tie that I can pretty much tie it. E. Dot. Here gotta be careful. Those nuts nuts now turned into nooses. You hear what you hear these people will. Why did they make that? Not like a news offer crying out loud the NASCAR thing first of all nobody had any idea when they tied that thing back in October the six months later. That would be bubble wallace garage. The garages are cited assigned at random. So why would they? Do you know how many how many ropes I have seen have loops at the end that are just like that. It's a loop. It's not a new sits a loop. Well. You know why they offer cry it. Anyway, The story appeared on channel, Fifty Eight. It's a little dated, but this is what happens when I'm not on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The story appeared. The night that they were running amok through Mayfair Ball. which was the middle of last week? You may recall that a bunch of people were running through the mall and a bunch of stories closed their doors Ed. Didn't amount to much of anything other than. It's obviously terrible for business at all like Mayfair when you have a bunch of young people coming in yelling and screaming and running running up and down the place, it scares some people to the point that they just don't want to be there. And when the store owners feel that they better close their doors for fear that you're gonNA come in and start looting the stores because that's happened all over the United States. None of that is good for business. But the people who do it, they're empowered to do it because they know nothing is going to happen to them. The WAUBOSA police can't stop this. The tosa police are under fire, because at Mai Eric Mall, a guy pulled a gun pointed at an officer shot back. They want him fired for that, so you could imagine how reluctant they're going to be to do anything about people. Yellen, run up and down just brought it up and down. The aisles if they're not allowed to shoot back when somebody's pointing a gun at you. So anyway. The stories at fifty eight. And, they do a story about the Ruckus that occurred at the ball. And they set out at intrepid reporter who? The chance chances chances that she are not. She is not a liberal are about the same chances that I have? The bucks called me up and say. Why don't you start at point? Guard in when the season resumes at a few weeks? In other words, she's clearly a liberal. I don't know that she's a liberal, but like I say it's just like the safest bet that you could possibly make. that. She's a liberal. So, they said out this reporter automate affair after the protests occurs at the ball. Now. For those of you who are not as they get this all the time you get these complaints. All the time that I need to explain to people aren't for Milwaukee about some of these the communities I've talk about. Constantly, They there are people that are even not even people living nationally. Mayfair is the largest mall in southeastern Wisconsin and it certainly what the healthiest. It's while Tosa. It's a combination of sort of standalone stores with their own inference, and then an enclosed indoor portion where to get into the stories. You go into the middle of the ball. But while a lot of balls of the over the last number of years have really struggled. Mayfair has remained relatively strong. There are a lot of sores in maker. I don't know how many there would be. Just there's a lot of. So the reporter for Channel Fifty eight goes out and. All this rockets going on, she decides she's going to talk to the owner of one of the stores. You Know How many stores there are fair. Who Do you think she talks to to represent the point of view of the store odors obey fair. Take a guess. Guess. Yes. What odor for you could name the store? You don't know? The names of anybody owns any of the stores. STARBUCKS! No. Obviously you're you're at a loss. Because clearly the point is is that it's an unbelievable at both unbelievable, completely predictable at the same time. Put it this way who would be the most misleading spokesperson for the thoughts of the general retailer at Mayfair. She interviews Michael McGee Junior. Now some of you fight it hard to believe that Michael McGee Junior owns a store at may fair. This is the easiest question of the day. What kind of a story do you think? Michael McGee junior runs at Mayfair. What? No I mean, but what would he sow? It's simple. Well, but I give you the answer. You're going to say that was simple. But with Junior McGee sell. Well you're right. You're ninety nine percent there when you set a head shop. What's the days version of a head shop? Well No, no, you're closer with the head shop. The he runs a hemp store for one for a hemp. CD oil things, they are. For those of you, that are surprised there, Mayfair. There ever got nine of them in Cedar Berg. The people who buy stuff. They're all like suburbanites. That's that's WHO's IGUALA. They rub it other arms rabid on their heads I. They probably guzzle the stuff. They put it other e. they think the rightness is God. I'm sure there are some guys that you wouldn't think that they're gonNA. Have better sex, but that'd be the. It's like today's ultimate cure I'm surprised. They don't just claim that that would cure the covert. Eddie and the and all these products that that's all well. That's the beginning rods. He's got that in Mayfair that who they talked. That's the spokesman for the Mayfair retailer. Now what do you think Junior McGee has to say? He thinks he's protests are great. I'm sure that was the common thought of all. The store is Baker I'm sure every single. What of thought that? It was great in fact? I had this boat here. He said it made him feel the stelter. For the good old days now I watch the restoring the report. It looks like she's twenty two years old. I mean for her junior McGee is the all time. Both of us know the real ones seeing your McGee. Anyway Jimmy says it made him feel nostalgic for the old demonstrations. Yeah, like the one year old man did what he said he was gonNA throw burning tires on the freeway at. He said he was GONNA burn down the Bradley Center member that. Remember that. You don't remember that you don't remember how. I got nationally famous Sunday. While you remember Eddie Evan watches. How did I become nationally famous? Yes on that story. It's one of the five boroughs famous things I've done in the history of this program. Why you don't remember do. You? Will you, but what did I do? I called Mike. Wallace live on the air at. He answered the phone. Mike Wallace, who ambushed people his entire the when we still were allowed to do this where you can just call somebody on the air I called up, but I said I talked to, Mike Wallace, the next thing you know Mike Wallace. Yet ever no. You can't call me like that. You would think there'd be layers between like just somebody. Call it up on the radio and Mike Wallis, but there was Mike Wallace's out, and I say hey, you got my Geico the air. Do you know that the guys threatens tires on the freeway? The Bradley said. Are you going to do a puppy? So they tell people about the fact that he's trying to commit mass murderer in our community. And then Mike Wallace t talked about is data. They're beauty said. Yeah, I, even have marked Bellingham Bush me, and then he kind of chuckle, because Mike Wallace his whole career, he'd sneak up and he teach interviewing somebody when they didn't know that he was covered in. Ambush it of yourself and I could tell he was sort of been used. By the fact that Mike Wallace himself got ambushed. Would think that'd be another ways. He wouldn't have answered his own phone, but he answered his own phone. Anyway that was I can't believe you didn't remember that. That's Mata. My I would say that's the first really huge thing I did that got me famous. Now you remember didn't remember it until I had a break it out. I don't know what the other five things of the top five, but that would clearly be up there like if I, if I right if I write a book that'll be it there, but why I just told what's the point of putting it in a book? If I do a book, I'll just like dictated until some Dork to like you transcribe. except I can't too much of a control freak I wouldn't like how they'd write it. It wouldn't be clever. Enough I would just know I could do a better job writing the ghost rider, and then I'd want to do it, and I'm too lazy to. That's why there's no book. If I was like bill. O'Reilly. Do what a his books! He's got that guy. It's bill, o'reilly, and the this killing Lincoln killing the pope killing this bill, O'Reilly's writing those books, he. Yeah. He read yeah I didn't I could read by audio book if I read it? I could sit back at Ray Doc. It's I'm very good at sitting on my and talking as you know. That I could do. He doesn't write 'em. He puts it a little bit of research. The other guy has all the thing, but nobody's GonNa read the book. The other guy does up of O'Reilly goes to shows he. He still has a show on there somewhere. We had all of those books so anyway. Channel fifty eight out of all retailers they could interview at Mayfair they interviewed began. He says I'll make me for the good old days. They have on the riots that we had. Which I guess was guessing was a reference to his old man. Now nowhere in the story does the Channel Fifty reporter point out that Michael McGee junior was sentenced to six and a half years in federal prison for extorting and shaking down African American retailers. This guy is convicted of going to prison for ripping off black and other minority business people now that, of course. That's the spokesman that they got on there. I don't know when you think about what is more of a rip-off. Charging like a fee if you want to get a liquor license or overpricing CBD oil to suburban housewives, which is the greater rip off I suppose. They both were willing. Remember what McGee called himself in the in his district. Think he was the first of the third district. That sure which they've re they re read the lives. Remember what he himself when they got him on tape of the FEDS, wire-tapping and I'm the gatekeeper. You ought to open a store. I'm the gatekeeper I in other words. You gotTA. Pay Me to open the gate and you can get a bar. You can get a liquor license. You can get a store you could do. He's dead. King Dr, which you know viable businesses so on He had a district that had a decent number of establishments in there, and the feds found out that he was just extorting everybody, so they got it can informant. They wired up end. McGee got cloudy was sentenced to six and a half years. He served a little under half. And he did it, he fared us the he did his time. And he hadn't been in trouble ever sense, but that's the guy that shed fifty eight puts on. The one hand they show protesters, running through and running amok in Mayfair yelling and screaming, and so on, and then tell the story of the perspective of the perspective of the business owner. They put out a felon. The one store order the probe never mind maybe the only store owner in the state that's in favor of these riots, and he great thing and that he says there should be economic sanctions because we mixed feelings because I should be economic sanctions on the retailers. This is what McGee says. He says the ACA and gives me mixed feelings because that would mean I'd have to pay. But you know maybe that's what we should do Hey Georgia. Pair right now. There's no requirement that we assess these sanctions. You want to give to the clause. Take the put up five thousand dollars every month from the HAMP that you're selling donated to social justice. How much do you think junior is kick it and right now to any 'cause I know what caused union begins is supporting because of Junior McGee. But anyway that who channel fifty eight portside. This is what's passing for television coverage at our community. You got all sorts of people at Walla Tosa so that are frustrated that this stuff is continuing to go under our people that are very concerned that Mayfair, which is by far the largest property tax payer while we're. Tosa, this carries the community. The reason that they got all this money to pass these school referendums and all of this is they've got huge commercial establishments. Mayfair the office buildings along. They're all the other retailers that are out of the couple of big warehouses that are logged on interstate forty one et Cetera, but Mayfair's the biggest property tax payer of all, and we know that many malls have gone and suffered badly NFL. downgrades in their valuation like Brookefield Square northwards went all the way under, while Tosa Lewis Mayfair that's the jewel of that community in terms of the the economy, and that whole region that they have around there is booming booming booming booming. They can't lose that. There are a lot of people that are frustrated about the fact that this is now becoming the soft target because the police. No, they can't do anything about it because they don't have the backing of the mayor in the city council out there, and they'll get even more trouble if they dare to start arresting people for disturbing the peace peace and breaking the law so rather than doing a story that tries to represent and. Reflect that there are some people that are frustrated that these protests keep God you interview the only store as I saved maybe in the state of Wisconsin. WHO's pro riot in junior? McGee and then don't mention Addio by the way this is a felon himself right here and the victims of his fellow were other black business owners who he ripped off by saying. You gotTA. Bribe me if you get a licensed that you business in the city, which is exactly what he was convicted of doing. It was at aside, but isn't that a good aside, but anyway when you wonder why people feel the sense of overwhelm, ain't on, they turn on the TV, and it seems like all the information is coming at them for the one side. Because that's the kind of reporting that they're say this I say the reporter. She looks like she's twenty two years old. Somebody probably told that McGee used to be on the city council. I bet she didn't even know that the guy was a crook. Bet She did, but it was funny. Look at a junior. This log I'd bet around Junior McGee now looks sold. He's Joe. What I started here, the old man didn't look old. But on the air here Michael McGee senior was not that old, but he was threatening to throw the tires of the freeway. was. Tired up at the bottom of the freeway that going to block the Bradley Center. You had other ideas to remember all those. We're all. We're all terrified at senior McGee. What he was saying that little did we know that those were the good old days? He never actually did of these. Now they're. Now, they're doing what it. Does that does kind of word trouble for more trouble for what you say that what you actually do. They firebomb the city county, building and Madison that's Carlton Armstrong to coming back Full Circle Madison. In there anyway. So circling back to where I started this this leap that you make of going from well well, take down. You know you shouldn't have a confederate flag flying around a NASCAR race. Okay, you shouldn't. And the next thing you know while we're toasted. They WANNA. Take George Washington's name off the school and James. Madison and Thomas Jefferson is the other one woodrow Wilson Somehow. They don't want to get rid of McKinley. Very bizarre to me. You know I don't think Eddie I. Don't think anybody would object if they got rid of a kid. How do you get his name on there the firstly? Mckinley names on that school because he got shot. That's it. He's not the most important president of all time. Well. The that that does it does help you to become a hero. If you get shot, I mean throughout the throughout our history. I mean if he shot you become more of a hero that if you deadened. Why would John F. What John F. Kennedy had? He served his two terms. If John F. Kennedy had served his two terms, he would have gone down. His hated his Lyndon Johnson the Vietnam War would have played out exactly the same, and he would have signed all the same civil rights legislation, but he would have escalated the war, and that that that crowd that he had a McNamara. All those guys that Johnson inherited would have made the same decisions, but because he was shot, he became an American icon. I mean that's got to be. mckinlay's on that school without their. I mean McKinley. But that's the thing the lefties. Commanding that they take his name off at school. I honestly am willing to bet. These dopes don't know that he was the president. They picked the only ones that they knew that. We're president that they took their names off. They didn't even know that McKinley was you. You Laugh Youth? Chances are right about this. They don't know anything you can say well. You know they only taking down the ones that it is. Wilson was after McKinley. So that's not hit. It's not even pre-civil war. They just grabbed four that they knew of McKinley. They weren't of. The. McKinley that guy that started that Marita down there in Milwaukee tally pillow. That's okay. I think, isn't it? Crazy. I don't think crazy. Brilliant I explained this all extremely well. Don't show. And Like I. Say I repeat this again. It doesn't end till it. Ladies ended. It will not end at its own. The liberals will not stop themselves. They will demand more and more and more and kill. Somebody starts saying no to them. If you keep giving. Some things in life are self-regulatory like going to the buffet. Batch apparently. Nobody will ever do again. I made if that's the worst thing we lose at a covid nineteen, th I can handle that if there's no more buffets right. I made be something of a loss, but and the overall scheme of thanks. Anyway. The the goal of the buffet is head of self-regulatory thing I all about the face because I didn't have any money. That's where I would go. Like what I worked in Springfield. I had nobody I I remember. I ended up in the hospital for a week with a bad stomach. It's because of the story about stories like tell you I was working. I'm not exaggerating fourteen to sixteen hours six days a week. I did everything there, but I wanted to. Unlike these lefty. Boleros, who don't want to work I I was a big shot. Be while I wasn't making any money I was getting ahead. I was the news director of the station anchored the morning news. We operated a Capital Bureau that served a number of stations around the state and I did some freelance had besides, and I ran a staff. Staff, we were at a pretty aggressive news department. A four people, which for the day for a country radio station was pretty big I oversaw the fire department, and I was part of the manager of the whole thing, and my first newscast is five thirty in the morning, so I would get into the building around four, fifteen or four thirty, and I was generally working until about seven o'clock. At night and didn't have anybody because the guy that I worked board springfield. Who? Never need these guys. Tob Kuchiak. I love top Thai learned a ton from Tom. I talked about Phil Robins the other day and Cut, US said Phyllis crazy. That's the guy worked for an Oshkosh. Would you believe that I hear I? Get feedback on this. Some relative Phil Robins told me that that was a terrible thing to say I priced. If I said I learned a lot from them, but said he's crazy. Apparently Phyllis Pass Tod. Everybody that I've had to work for. You think they'd all be dead to give one hundred and fourteen myself anyway. What I'm at all these hours that I have no money. You wouldn't know anything about this. You've never had to work a lot of hours. You've always had money. He you. Are you working six days a week? You saw here at two fifteen in the afternoon. Well whatever you the, you're not going to be able to get related to what you should see a plus by station twenty minutes of town some chase it back and forth from our station down to the capital that covering other news stories than than live in a shack. Check wasn't that bad actually? So okay now. The which is like I. I will admit I didn't have many expenses. It helps when you're that kind of stage in life to have a long-term. A exclusive relationship girlfriend. You don't want to be doing a lot of dating you're you? You gotTA manage. I had that for a good seventy percent of the time that was there for three of the five years. That I was there, there was the same one. So, there was that on the days that yet, but that was you know by nature the nature of it that was like weekends. I would see her because I was working like a dog. The other, so you can control your food costs. How would you control your food plus? Don't well. You, gotTa. You're growing like I. was you got what? Make an entire box of hamburger. Helper, you home and eat the whole thing. But when you would occasionally go out, because how would you go out? What would you do? You go to the buffet. There are many people were the people. There are some people that probably going to the Ponderosa. Those other places that have that were in the same cat. That's what you do you go to an all. You can eat restaurant because you're paying one price. It literally is all you could eat. This is my self-regulatory point that I make it about liberals. And I would eat only one meal a day because I, didn't have for crying out loud I gotta be at the station at four thirty time for breakfast, and there's no time for lunch. That's the middle of the day Saturday once at night. And I go to A. Buffet places there is one called the heritage house. It was in Springfield deck of the day that we had a place named Duff's which that really worked out for me anyway. Ciego de there was like five dollars know there's a million years. It's like five dollars at all you can eat. whereas. Today. So what would you do? Yeah so, what would you do you eat and eat at? Eat and eat and eat until what? You get so sick that you can't eat anymore. That's the self-regulatory that I mentioned with regard to these liberals. They don't get full. We've changed all these dams. Brecht all these institutions. We're GONNA. Everybody kneeling for the national anthem America's awful country that we've got enough. They are never going to say we've done enough. They're never. They're never the full fat man at the buffet. It does it happen? To us the allergy they gotta be cut off this guy at I. Imagine that's happened. You know you see some of these things like some four hundred powder comes walking into the buffet and the manager's role there is. There's probably a point at which that person sitting there for two and half hours, so they keep going back and they finally wrote about the word says all you could eat. But, it never happened to be. I'd never had that kind of capacity and. It while it may have happened. I've never actually seated happened. which is what the situation is with liberals and their grab power until they are stopped, they are going to continue to grab more and more and more and more and more so wherever you live whatever it is that they're trying to do, or whatever is trying to be accomplished you better. Step forward and try to stop them now because it's not going to end. It just isn't. It's not the nature of who they are. It is the nature of conservatives. They get a little bit of a victory in. They're happy. They pat themselves in the back. And they take all the wonderful with the world impart because most conservatives don't believe the governmental power is the be all in the end all. They would like to accomplish most of the things that they would like to do in life. To their own personal accomplishment, rather than the gaining of government power. All Right? That was very very log and I think it explained. The entire thing very well. Three fifty news talk eleven thirty W I. It's time for rapid traffic. I forty one southbound in Washington really poor where you know just just super duper. Fallen or electricity on numerous occasions, but weren't you married young? But then we were poor together, but I thought your. Your wife's really successful now now. Yes, she wants it all I. Don't know I just got out of radio. That's what happened. We were both starving together. That she and then she figured out well I really really smart enough to be smart enough to do all of this stuff. But they actually pay buddy. You either have to become me or you starve or or now everybody else. You just don't have a job I mean radio. What do the two of us in radio is a bad idea, and she she. You'd never work at the same station. Did you no, not yeah for a little while that's not. That's good I took she moved from Xi Mu. She moved from being on the radio to doing sales and I took. Money usually yeah, and I took her job doing the nighttime. Caster Wisconsin. I. Can't I guess there would be a lot of money? Let's think it'd be Saint Louis or something. We have not reached the heights of our career at that point, but if if you're married that you couldn't do them of faith, because women don't stand for that, woman's not GonNa Stand I. Don't have any stomach wrote for the high. You're saying. I was in my twenties and I had no money and no time to eat that go into the heritage house, and spend the five dollars and get sixteen helpings of the in. Just throw it in there. They did it come. I did my stomach badly I. Guess the hospital for a week. I had it gastritis and you know just overwhelmed by intestines and it was just. No fiber at all and all this glop and monstrous amounts. Of It, but that's. And that's the analogy that I use. There is a self-regulatory people. Get full. It's like you can't eat. More liberals don't get satiated on the power and the advances that they achieve, and that's why we're at this point of George. Washington, and if you guys totally garage that I could say, wow, look at what we'd yet we got. We actually got George Washington. It doesn't stop there. They're going to get. Get him off the dollar bill. It will go on and on and on and on and on until people start fighting back, and objecting to this calling them out, and saying these are not people that are fighting for racial justice. They are Arcus who hate America. George, Washington doesn't have anything to do with race relations in America in the year twenty twenty nothing you could go back and you could. Could say that he's from Virginia. You can go back and you could say. It was President United States. Some of the southern states had slaves. You can go back and track all of that. It has nothing to do with George Floyd and Minnesota nothing to do with racial relations. Your just grab guide to that because you were running amok grabbing power a doing all these things that you've wanted to. To do and every aspect of life do it under the cover of blubber fighting for racial justice, because you know that that means that people are going to be afraid to oppose you because they'll get the tab of racism. Put Out. You just have to be willing to overlook the fact that they're going to make that claim and say that we are not gonNA put up with losing these names. But if you don't think that liberals will on their own, come to their senses, their crazier than they've ever been impart because they are now unchecked. There's not any kind of media to block them as I say, go to Mayfair Mall, and you're running amok through the mall, and you decide to get the perspective of the store or hurt as and you put on junior, McGee. Shop over there, saying this is the greatest thing in the world when that's what passes for news coverage. Tell me why what's the backlash? That's out there. The backlash exists in. People's realize that I've explained a million times. Just because you don't see your here's something doesn't mean that isn't there. But in terms of manifesting itself at anything that you actually can see, it does not exist, and then channel fifty eight to dopey acres and dopey news director who allow that kind of garbage get on. On there and pass, it's passed off as those that nobody would say. Why first of all aren't you going to put and tell people that you're interviewing a felon here? At a felon, whose victims were black business himself a guy that went to prison for shaking down African Americans, who wanted to open a store or a bar in the city of Milwaukee. You Might WanNa put that in there as you're putting him out there as enlightened openminded retailer, who supports the protest? Give me a break. Forty one southbound delays through Washington county through the road laughing at Paul. Well. You look at me like you. Who you laugh at your Wyatt. Just well, you! That's what he's supposed to do. Just start with the traffic and. Why you laugh at about that dead. Pick up! Let's talk about you for a little while. Working with his wipeout different leg cast aren't sure we can mind some. I tell the story about myself. I put myself at the hospital leaving so I, never finished that story. The heritage that I switched over to the Duff's switched over to go to the duff's. That girlfriend that I mentioned that I dated for three years. She became the man. But think about this. Manager of a I I had already been in the hospital at this point. I wasn't excessively eating like that, but she became the manager of it all you can eat, so you eight for free up the all you can eat or what I don't recall that I. Don't think that was allowed, but oh. Maybe I honestly. Don't remember that part of it. Before many benefit for dating the manager. She was. She's arrest. Advantage jobs actually paid more than radio. You make more money running a high volume Shane, restaurant. You know those places took. It's like McDonald's I may be manage. McDonalds is probably a better deal than being a manager of. A high Sushi, place or something just because you know benefits and. There was all that stuff five. People go into that. McDonald's was pointing out that Dave probably created more years in the African American community than almost any other coverage. So many of their franchise owners started just flipping burgers in the back or work in the Qatar and so odd, it is remarkable, and all these lefties who want to diss complain, and and by the way the corporations do an awful job of telling that story themselves and find it easier just to fold into cave, rather than rather than to fight back, but many of these liberals don't like that. That message because they don't want to hear of somebody making the system because it means that the the line. They're putting out his ally that you can't make. There's no chance that the world is screwed. They hated the fact. That Donald Trump got us to the highest levels of African American employment in history. That's why they benefit from the Kovic shutout. They benefit for the protests. They're happy that. That we're back to having to make the argument. That dependency is the only way that you can go, but that's certainly true that the people who made it to the top at McDonald's are in incredible number of cases, people who ended up owning the business where you make a fortune, if you own a McDonald's out that started by just working there and move it up and move it up. Up and move it up and move it up and then say you know what I'm going to take out a loan and I'm GonNa. Try to get a couple locations over here and so on, and it isn't just McDonald's. McDonald's being the most famous of them. Has that story and lots of McDonald's are owned by African Americans and not just you know the junior bridgeman story in Milwaukee. A little salary from the NBA, which was huge at that time, and he bought fast food restaurants. Used to be Wendy Carter the Carter Family Valerie Daniels. Of they made a fortune buying up a lot of those restaurants. I mean for people to say that this is just well a fast food restaurant. What's that this fortunes of that? We get out of that. Who Cares hundred ninety four eastbound cadre goes got Paul Making Fun of US laugh at in their goof. Attribution to you like offer Paul. No, he doesn't. Doesn't thirty. W I s on mark late afternoon. Show, we do not have any weather advisories in effect in southeastern. Wisconsin, however, we have some very strong. Storms I guess just quite strong enough to trigger. Any advisor is really being through the entire region. It's raining pretty much. If you. Southern one quarter of the state of Wisconsin cut it from Oshkosh, a mad at a walk and brought down to the state line, and all this stuff is coming kind of shoving north from Illinois and we'll be getting to the region and according to the rate of their. We're looking at very strong and pretty comprehensive in fact. Window here this is I serious. This is his dark daytime cloud is I think I've ever seen I mean there's a little bit of area underneath the clouds. Yourself see light if that was it there, this is. Does that not look how midnight looks? Way More, but we don't have I say check again to make sure we got nothing. Nothing I looked at my I've got an alert on my phone and Strong thunderstorms, but nothing to the point at least you have to. resulted in any warnings or advisories. Being issued. I made the decision today on the showed a little bit kind of jump all over the map with a couple of themes we've got. The media focusing on the number of covid cases going on there are so many things to talk about with regard to the push of liberals who use the launching off point to be George Floyd to move into all of these other areas that are going on in our society. There are some people on my side. And I get why this is. That are terrified. The trump is going to lose because they don't like these polls that are out there and I want to cover all of those things that also cover a couple of things that might be. Set of amusing and Funny WanNa pick up on one thing though and throw it out is an observation. Again I don't always know how much attention some of this stuff gets especially now that I'm working four days a week. Did you notice that there was a lot of media coverage of Tom Barrett announcing that the virus restaurants in Milwaukee you can go to fifty percent, or did you not even know that? Positive notice it It takes effect Wednesday the mayor he does. These things are usually on Friday where they do their updates about the rules in Milwaukee are and a lot of bars and restaurants that have been very slow, and what I'm picking up and it's all anecdotal. Is You go? West of places are booby. You're in Milwaukee. County and even places that have opened are struggling in part because they've got this twenty five percent rule that's kept some to not even to, because they don't think they can make money operating a full kitchen, our full bar with twenty five percent and secondly. At twenty five percent, you know like cricket considering a bar who wants to go with empty bar and they don't want to be turned away. Et Cetera et Cetera well anyway. The mayor is announcing that as of Wednesday. They'RE GONNA go to fifty percent. There's a reason for this. At obviously it has nothing to do with the call. We have been flatland I called it in the state of Wisconsin for week after week after week. None of these numbers of chains are not going up going down. We're not seeing the kind of spike. That's going out around the rest of the country. We're also not seeing downward. Paul! Do you know what's going on? Why is is doing this? You're asked well I. Ask you a question that you as Paul says. Does it have to do with the DNC? Are you saying that your answer is? It's because of the DNC. Yes, well, that's the answer. We are going to have a mini version of the Democratic convention. They're not going to have delegates here, but they're still going to be some number of people here. There will still be a significant media presence, because whatever the let's suppose, it's still virtually all electronic. It's so odd. They still have to base the somewhere at the party. Officials still have to be somewhere and the hangers-on. We'll still have to be somewhere. There's going to be. It will be like having. It's been described as maybe something like the northwestern mutual event that goes on in Milan that takes up all the hotel rooms at Tom that's about ten thousand people, so let's suppose it's five thousand as opposed to the fifty or sixty thousand that we were expecting well. That's still a lot of people. Barrett. Say that the bars restaurants are going to be shut down essentially for all of these delegates. He also can't just lift the lid the day before they get here. That'll be seen through. He's gotTa start easing this thing before the DNC gets here. This all is hypocrisy. All these things all this. You can't do this. You can't do that. You can't do the other thing and then look totally the other way when people are protesting when people are rioting same thing here, Barrett needs to have this city opened up with the DNC. which by the way it's not July. I don't know people have remember. They shoved it back. Do you remember that? It's an August. Yeah, they shoved it back. You know weeks ago and it's still going to be mostly virtual, but it will be something. They're gonNA. Hold it at the convention. Center not the serve. It will be something way smaller than it was expected to be, but still be something, and there will still be people here so if you're seeing loosening up some of their research in the city, this is why. Eleven thirty W I S. AD Mark belling late afternoon show brief observation on the economy to different components of real estate. There's a report out today that indicates that commercial rents had Manhattan may decline as much as thirty percent. That's significant. That's a sizable number. And again that's an average. Do you know how much money all the rents in New York for Commercial Property in Manhattan are? This is a billions and billions and billions of dollars, so a thirty percent decline in that is a massive loss of money, and will certainly said many of the developers and landlords in New York and some of the owners of some of these buildings, some of which are pension funds. They're going to sustain significant losses, and there could welsby bankruptcies now. The reason for it is obvious. Almost all of these buildings are empty right now. There's nobody in. The vast majority of the office complexes, and they just reopened this week by the way, but most of the companies you there now saying you can have your business open in these high rises, but many remain closed voluntarily with people working home so on plus the expectation that many of these companies are going to downsize won't need the office space, and thirdly, after what happened with coverted the likelihood of a significant exodus of a number of these large corporate employers from New York, so the thirty percent decline could be just the beginning and its inflicted look for the same kind of thing to happen in Chicago and I would not be surprised. If you'RE GONNA see a crash in the value of downtown commercial property in Milwaukee. Northwestern, mutual no one knows what they're going to go back into their building. That's simply the highest profile building we have. All these buildings were law firms and others. You know lease, two or three floors per building in North West. He used his whole building, but most of these other buildings. This company's got the Tall Ford and other one's got the fourteenth floor. Who knows when they're going to come back and we'll some of them simply make the decision. We got by just fine in a work at home mode, and we don't need the kind of office space that we have any more. Not to mention. Do we want to put up with all the crap that you have to put up with if you're in a city? In the meantime the evidence is anecdotal nationally. We know that may, and the numbers are mayor in May was a huge month for home sales in the United States and it looks like June is going to top it. Now. The economists say that there's a lot of reasons for this. As people have been in a stay at home mode, it's put an important a more important look at the notion of homes, and therefore where you live is a more important thing to people, especially since they don't get to get out of the house and do anything. Also, the government's stimulus was so many people making a fortune while out on on on unemployment and many employers, doing actually better because of the PPI, and so on his put a lot of cash, should of people's hands, the fueled down payments, and so on those are the explanations that are being given. There's also the expectation that we may be headed for significant inflation in the United States given that the Fed is printing all of this money, and if you have inflation, you WANNA own real estate. When you have inflation, you always want to own the things that inflate. At hard assets are what inflate when you have inflation, the cost of housing tens to get out of control and get beyond people's means, all the more reason for somebody to own one of those things that inflates series are out there. In the meantime I have been hearing anecdotally that there is massive property sales going on especially in Waukesha. Walworth county right now offers coming in like crazy now. A lot of this might be knee jerk. I'm going to get to the suburbs too much crap going on the city. And people might regret it five months later. Don't know, but I do think. That we are on the early stage of another move in real estate. It may have more to do with the fact that there's all this money in the economy because of stimulus. Add the anticipation that no matter how this ends. We might go back to the Jimmy Carter era of rampant, runaway out of control inflation. And among the few beneficiaries, during that are people who own. Homes. For Nineteen. What are you saying they're? Paul John Wyatt his wife John. Paul's wife and John Wyatt's wife both work in real estate, and they both say they can't keep up because it's just stuff going as I say, this is mostly anecdotal, but the May numbers. That was a month ago nationally. We're very high. It's expected June. It's going to top that and you're just picking up in Wisconsin an incredible amount of this activity, and that means people's moving from one area and moving into another. The other thing that I suspect you're going to start to see as millennials logger reading wanted to get out of cities I. Mean these are millennials if they defied if you define the by anything, it's safety there. The twenty nine years old where the masks and all of this stuff will suddenly you've got riots in cities, and suddenly the virus is way bigger problem cities. If you're concerned about safety suddenly, those millennials who wanted to live on top of one another at hang around in packs, all of a sudden accountable walking. Dowsman looked better to them. So, these are the early stages of trends. We'll see if they play themselves out. But economically these things start with fundamentals, and then when you add the art official thing going on with the economy, if inflation starts, it'll just create a wave as people try to buy, especially, if these values go up and inflation is not a good thing, but the only way to survive. It is to own the stuff that inflates. You don't WanNa be somebody that's just paying all of these prices without owning anything in which you're getting some benefit of it on the back end, four twenty news talk eleven thirty wins. It's time for rapid traffic roadwork hot. Now you know about this, too that people are say Paul saying people are making offers I know of a couple of specific high end developments. That sold out within two days of going to market the hall complex. You just hearing. These stories now offers and are the. It's going to be accepted in some cases. I hear people offering above list Oh, yeah! List because I've just hearing that this is going on all of a sudden like crazy at it is being mirrored in the statistics, saying elsewhere in the country on the other hand. I hate to be trying to sell selling a condo in Manhattan right now, so you know nationally numbers get all mixed together, but there are parts of the country including big cities in which I think housing is going. To crash just as in the big crash will be in commercial real estate, especially with work at home. Don't come into work. People don't want to come into high rises that have yet virus potential, and then some cities, simply saying you can't operate. Your building all the more reason to just say what in the World Am I. Paying zillions of dollars, a square foot for this real estate space in Manhattan I can go to Charlotte North Carolina. I can go suburb of Atlanta. have much lower cost said. Not, be shoved around by Bill de Blasio. And and Andrew Cuomo. What what a dynamic duo they! To blasios crime rate is spiralling gotTA. I love this Cuomo. Say quotable the King of Covid. They've got like half the cases that we're not GonNa let people from Florida come into. New York my hat. If ever, there was a state that we ought to stop people, Guy Notes. New York keep the people in their. Everybody everybody New Yorkers already had it, so he can't they made. Escaped so they're saying we got to stop. The influx of people coming in from Florida School in Florida New York right now. It's not that a doe. Everything's closed and. Likely de Blasios gotta get you. You see the numbers. The last nine days in New York unbelievable it. It's it's topping Chicago new. York had among all the major cities, the lowest homicide rate rate per population in the United States of America. It is just to end. The raise it exploded is he's pulling the cops off the straight that allowed to shoot and the crooks know that this is easy pickings, plus there's been a huge surge in crime ever since Kobe because then Mesic crimes and all the other stuff. OUT IN MILWAUKEE, our murder rate has doubled over last year. We've gone from thirty seven to eighty six in the first half year of twenty twenty again. These trends mirrored virtually everywhere yet another reason to explain a surge in real estate. In the suburbs and a surge of listings especially in the city. And Milwaukee this is the mark belling late afternoon show on news talk eleven thirty W I and again if you're living somewhere in southeastern, Wisconsin very good chance of getting thunderstorms and moving up into the region from the solids, really throughout the afternoon we do not have any severe weather advisories in effect, but some of these storms are rather strong. The argument that somehow America is this awful. Repulsive Repugnant. Terrible place, which is the premise from the liberals. They clearly hate America. They don't want to otter our founders none of them. They don't want to. Otter was when they WANNA honor Lincoln they don't want out of Jefferson. They don't want to Oscar Madison. They don't want to honor our country now. They don't want to stand for the anthem. They believed that America's racists. They believed that we're a terrible country. We hear that loudly and clearly. They can't turn around and say they don't hate America when. They clearly hate everything about America and they oppose everything that symbolizes America. Because somehow we're this terrible awful place now. What are the questions that some people ask them as well? There are a lot of countries in the world. You left, he's. Name One. That's better. They wanted the has fewer warts than us. And that's when they struggle. which particular society are they going to Point Hill? That's never had slavery. That's never had oppression. That's never had bigotry. That's never killed people because they're gay. That's never had far greater disparity of income that US. You modified income disparity. Go to Cuba. But you people love where the only rich people are the ones that are in tight with the ruling class. And then. If you don't make the are given well, if not us that who is this nation of ultimate perfection and morality and wonderful this that you like so much, but he added moved off to. Too. Aren't you throwing the baby out with the bathwater argument? A country that had slavery also gave us the bill of rights. We have more freedoms than any other nation on the planet. And there is no nation that anyone gets site. That is that a better job of taking a more diverse population grope. And putting them together. That is most countries are like Yugoslavia. where the diverse population group is so fractured, the after bust up the country, a a ball, their own country. In short I think liberals. Crap all over America just because they like to do it. I don't think it is much more complicated than add. Particularly when you consider. That their ability to do all of this crapping all Oliver America is only because of the rights that we gave them that they seem to hate. They seem to hate the fact that we have free speech and free expression. Free speech and free expression, they would not be able to do all of the. Complaining and bellyaching that they do. These arguments that I present have been almost unheard. From anyone other than? And I hate to keep crediting him, but it's just simply true other that if you talk show host Donald, trump, no one else is making these arguments. You're certainly not getting them for many other commentators, and you're not getting them for betty citizens. Now I admit. When you fear that by putting the American flag in front of Your House. Somebody's GonNa throw a rock to the window. It may intimidate you from putting out the flag, and that's very very real and many neighborhoods in this country right now and everyone knows it. But when the argument is being heard, I would say something that sounds like I'm just. Being repetitive, but I, actually profound when the argument is being heard, it's not being heard. About that for a but. The old I use the analogy. All the time with the tree falls in the woods and there's nobody there to hear it. Does it make a out? Eddie lay all of this is a proud prelude. To me sharing a column from a very very eloquent woman, we've quoted her in the past and the program. Her name is I on her CLA. She's a former Muslim. And now an author and an essayist, and has written American cultural issues. From, time to time and the perspective that she offers. Somebody who actually lived under repression? As aside before I get into our column. It is fascinating. The lefties who claimed that America is through repressive are the same people that. Are Very very supportive of many of these Muslim countries that are without a doubt, the most repressive in the world. You've got a soft spot for Iran, but you think we're too hard line. Try Doing fifteen seconds of your bitching over there. What do I? Ask You what is this? We do not this is. Just the state of the weather service that there's a severe this line of thunderstorms as will. Not have any advisors, but there is strong line of severe thunderstorms. Strong thunderstorms is the term they use that severe moving through the entire southeastern Wisconsin area, and you almost don't need me to tell you that, because if you look out the window and much of the region, you're going to be seeing this rolling through. That point that I make. Though about lefties. And the support that they have given. For some truly repressive. Brutal regimes. A rat in particular. I remember ran is the country that Barack Obama desperately wanted his nuclear deal with so they could have nuclear weapons, which permanently makes them a superpower. Around. The same lefties that thank that are police that our authorities are an open enough. Try being openly gay. Pride being openly critical of the police in Iraq. Anyway it exposes not just the hypocrisy of the left that they claim we're too impressive, but if you want to find the nation that they like, they always seem to choose most despotic iron fisted. Thug Decatur Cuba. Thug rule dictatorship, no individual rights at all. Those are the ones they always seem to warm up to you. Well Anyway when you start hearing people who've lived in some of those societies and come to the United States. If they shake their head, wondering what do People Complain About It gives a better perspective, and that's my introduction to the column that appeared to the. Wall Street Journal by on her Cli disappeared over the weekend and again. If you want to find it, we don't link to Wall Street. Journal columns on my program. It's nothing but problems trying to get to link to that. You can often find these on your own without a subscription, but not always they must just put something in that. When you do links does work right, but it's never worked for us, but if you ought to fight it again. Her name is on Hersi Ali. Three Dame's. Don't. Plan to me in Paul and ask for the reference on this forty nine thousand times after the fact I'm already planning to people for doing something they but yet done what was that? What happens is people will come into. The I've told you had enough times. Should I. Just read it or should I bought off people for wanting to where they could find the thing that they haven't yet heard. She writes outrage is the natural response to the brutal killing of George, Floyd yet. Outrage and clear critical thinking seldom go hand in hat. Let me, check. This is the point that I've been making again and again with emotional responses to anything in life. Will React Ramoche Italy. We always react stupidly. Whether it's your relationship with your kids, your relationship with your boss. Your relationship to a sports game. You. End Up throwing out all sorts of emotional stuff, not any kind of logical clear thinking reaction, which is why are short short-term reactions make things worse back to her column. And active police brutality became the catalyst for a revolutionary mood. Protests spilled over into violence and looting stores were destroyed, policemen and civilians injured and killed the truism black lives matter was joined by a senseless slogan. Defend the police democratic politicians and some Republicans hastened to appease the protesters, the mayor of Los Angeles and New York pledge to cut their cities. Police budgets the Minneapolis. City Council said it intended to bed its police department. The speaker of the House and other congressional Democrats, dined scarves made by Gaudy and cloth and kneeled in the capital. Senator Mitt Romney joined the march. Corporate executives scrambled identified their brands with the protests by the middle of June. According to Paul's American public opinion had been transformed from skepticism about the black lives. Matter will but to widespread support. Politicians, journalists and other public figures who had denounced protests against pandemic lockdown suddenly lost. They're concerned about infection. Was Johns Hopkins Epidemic Epidemiologists tweeted on June. second in this mov it. The public health risk of not protesting to demand an end to systemic racism greatly exceed the harm to the virus, although I am a black, African and immigrant who came to the US freely. I am keenly aware of the hardships and miseries of African Americans have endured for centuries, slavery reconstruction segregation. I know the history. I know that there is still racial prejudice in America, and that it manifests itself in the aggressive way. Some police officers handle African Americans I know that by measure of wealth, health and education African Americans remain on average closer to the bottom of society than at the top. I know too that African American communities have been disproportionately hurt by both covert, nine, thousand, nine, hundred and the economic disruption of lack. Dowd's yet. What I hear. It said that the US is defined above all Bhai Racism. When I see books such as Robin Deangelis, white fragility top the bestseller list. What I read of educators in journalists, being fired for daring to question the ORTHODOXIES, a black lives matter. Then I feel obliged to speak up. Let me interject. This is the point that I have been making often about conservatives. We eventually do speak up months later, well era credits. She's now speaking up. She can take your coat. What the media also not tell you. I tweeted on June ninth. Is that listen to this quote? America is the best place on the planet to be Black Female Gay. Trans, or what have you? We have our problems and we need to address those, but our society and our systems are far from racist. America looks different. If you grew up as I did an Africa and the Middle East. There At first hand experience of three things I bloody interesting wars, between Africans with all the combatant start skid, and no white people present second the advocacy the comes when there is no police, no law and order third the severe racism as well as sexist. Society such as Saudi Arabia where defacto slavery. Still exists. I came to the United States. In two thousand, six, having lifted with nothing limp since nineteen, ninety-two like most immigrants I came with a confidence that America I would be judged that my merits rather than on the basis of racial or sexual prejudice. There's a reason the United States remains as it has logged bad for destination of choice for would be migrants. We know that there is almost no difference in the unemployment rate for foreign born and native workers. Unlike in the European Union. We emigrants say the downsides of American Society, the expensive yet inefficient healthcare system, the shambolic public schools in poor communities, the poverty that no welfare welfare program can alleviate, but we also see as Charles Murray Jd. Vans have shown that these problems are unique to black America. White, America is also in Murray's phrase coming apart socially. Broken marriages and alienated. Young men are problems in Appalachia as much as in the inner cities. If. America is a chronically racist society. then. Why are the depths of despair studied by Anne case and Angus Deaton so heavily concentrated among middle aged white. Americans did the COVID nineteen pandemic. Make US forget the OPIOID epidemic, which has disproportionately affected the white population. The country is only two hundred forty four years old, but it may be showing signs of age time was Americans were renowned for their can-do problem. Solving attitude Europeans, Alexis de Tocqueville complained were inclined to leave. The central authorities in Paris are Berlet. Americans traditionally solve problems locally sitting together in town halls at voluntary associations. Some of that spirit still exists even if we now have to meet on Zubec- but the old question Huckabee figure this out is threatened with replacement by. Why can't figure this out for us? The problem is that there are people among us who don't want to figure it out and who have an interest in avoiding workable solutions. They have an obvious political incentive not to solve social pro problems, because social problems are the basis of their power. Let me interject. I've been commenting on this forever. The number of activists. Who Work? Supposedly to fight causes if the cause was solved, there'd be no role for them. Thus they benefit from the problem persisted back to High Hassan I signed her CIALIS column. That is why whatever a scholar Roland fryer brings new data to the table showing. It's simply not true. The police. Disproportionately shoot black people dead. The response is not to read the paper, but to try to discredit the author. I have no objection to the statement. Black lives matter bought the booklet that uses that name has a sinister hostility to serious fact driven discussion of the problem it purports to care about. Even. More sinister is the haste with which academic media and business leaders of base themselves before it. There will be no resolution of America's many social problems. If Free Thought and free speech are logger upheld in our public sphere. Without them, honest deliberations, mutual learning and the American problem, solving ethics. Are Dead. America's elites have blundered into this mess. There were eight years of hedonistic Hubris under bill. Clinton. Then came nine eleven, and for years, the US suffered nemesis in Nafta. Afghanistan Iraq of the financial crash. After that we had eight years of liberal president, and the hubris returned sanctimonious politics coincided with deeply equal economics. Through all this many Americans fell completely left out of the technology boom of the entreprise of globalization. I never thought I would agree with Michael Barr, but in two thousand sixteen, a vet, he predicted the Donald Trump would wed. trump's election is going to be the biggest middle finger ever recorded in human history. I still think that analysis was right. Trump wasn't elected because of his eloquence he was elected to convey that middle finger to those Wedman's smugly and charge for decades, but you can't give the middle finger. To a pandemic and twenty twenty has exposed the limitations of trump as president yet when you look at the alternative, you have to what it would lead us where it would lead us back to the elite Hubris of the nineties, two thousand ten's. I can't help but thinking that another shattering. By Four Sane Center left Liberals at saying. Now, it wasn't a one off. We've got a real problem. They'll be in the same position as the British Labour Party after four years of Jeremy Carbons, leadership and to election defeats when eventually the moderates had to throw the leftists out. One way or another? The Democratic Party has to find a way of throwing out. The Socialists were destroyed. The Republicans to have to change the change their ways. They have to reconnect with young people. They have to address the concerns of Hispanics and they have to listen to African Americans. Who More certainly do not want to see? The police in their neighborhoods replaced by woke community organizers. That's important paragraph she made. Let me interject before I go back to these column. It is a myth to believe that most blacks want the police gone and what their communities turned over to anarchists, and you would think that Republican politicians would figure that out rather than cowering to the loud. Bob That is saying fund the police. There is support to be found by taking the other side. Some of that support can be found in the black community as she got back to the column. We have barely four months to figure this out in the old American way to figure out how to contain covid nineteen, which we haven't yet done because I dare to say it, all lives matter to, and it is all people as well as minorities whom this disease disproportionately kills to figure out how to reduce violence, because the police wouldn't use guns so often if criminals didn't carry them so often, perhaps most pressing of all figure out how to hold an election in November that isn't mired by procedural problems, allegations of abuse and post-election to bolt. Many, there's even time for the candidates to debate the challenges we confront not with outrage, but with the kind of critical thinking we Americans were once famous, for which takes self criticism as as the first step toward finding solutions again. I on her CIALIS column. Saturday's Wall Street. Journal said comments for me. And some of the points that she it a moment, four fifty news talk eleven thirty W is. Thirty W. why at Barca late afternoon show again on the weather situation? It's raining almost everywhere in southeastern Wisconsin. If you have any of the radar APPS, you'll see that in some of these storms strong. We don't have any severe advisories. In effect on these storms are going to be moving through as I said through the afternoon hours and We'll be ending tonight. temperatures I gotta remain pretty much what we've had it for the next week or so with high temperatures in the low to mid eighties, just about every day and beautiful summer weather the most of this period, but again some storms every now and then including it. You're seeing. This after dote. Paul made a comment that actually got reaction to rarely do I get reactions? Daddy, think you say when I get reactions. It's normally two things that I say. You. Paul made some comedy isn't going to be an Asterisk to whoever wins. All of these championships and somebody made a very good point in that is. That the asterisk won't be over who win the championships? What about the records? It's very possible. Somebody's GonNa hit four hundred in baseball this year. Nobody has hit four hundred since Ted Williams in nineteen forty one. But. It's easier to hit four hundred and sixty games that one hundred sixty two in fact. There have been people that have been pushing four hundred after sixty games in the past. Anybody can get hot for two months. Will that record carry the asterisk? What about the MVP and the Cy Young Award winners? Will those carry asterisks how we evaluate any of these things, and then when teams the contract arbitration? What numbers I go to apply to use to evaluate the statistics? I. Do think let me be the first to throw this out. It is possible. I didn't say likely. But possible. When people hear you say that is possible. They're always think predicting subject I said it's possible. It is possible. The Milwaukee brewers in Milwaukee Bucks could both win championships within a month of each other this fall. The brewers will never have a better chance than they do this year. The our team that is made for a sixty game season. In fact, if you take a look at the over underlines that Vegas puts up for the baseball teams. Every team of the brewers division is almost exactly the same thirty and a half thirty one and a half thirty two and a half other words. They're all thought to be about five hundred. Remember you only play your own division plus some non. Against the American league central, the only team that isn't in that number is Pittsburgh their way lower, but the the so-called big for the brewers, division, cubs, cardinals, reds, and breweries. They're expected win. Total is all right around thirty, one or thirty two. They're all about dead even. With the brewers have going for them is probably the best power hitting roster, and all the major. League Baseball and The weakness they have starting pitching. If, you were going to have time to have weekdays starting pitching. It would be a sixty game schedule where many people believe teams are simply go to use pitchers, two or three innings? That's IT in other words. Treat every game like you. WanNa a playoff game or postseason game, and the brewers team, which is just masted forever under Craig Counsel this bullpen thing of four or five six guys. They could be in great shape. So you talk about the asterisks. The box where a team that was built, I think to win a championship a traditional season. They may be up against it here on the short and season the broers. Could be the beneficiary. Is there a team that was better major league baseball than the brewers in September of last season, and that was without Christian Yelich again when you get to the expanded rosters, which you had in September, and they're going to have expanded rosters in this season and. Using pictures for only a couple of biddings and relying lot of power. The brewers. It's not like they knew that. Only be sixty at their team is built for exactly what we have. So there's. That brought us saying for certain. This is his last year. Yeah there's been talk of that and. Brought hasn't disagreed on that. There's this whole thing is a weird thing with the money on the last year contract that he can walk away if he doesn't take it and. I even heard some that he could like. Not Play for one year and comeback say in twenty twenty two and make more money. I don't know. The answer to that, but again with regard to the brewers remember the brewers have the designated hitter this year. This means they now have the ability to have Ryan Braun in the lineup and also play everybody else. In Sixty Games how many home runs? The brewers hit this year. Now three again well. No three games way too many last year they hit just over two, hundred, one, hundred and sixty two. So I mean a team that would hit a lot would hit one and a half a game like to forty was probably the most anybody had last year saw. Would probably be the team that would lead, and there are some people think the brewers might hit one hundred twenty. You would assume Christian Yelich if he's healthy, would hit the most home runs of anybody on team. You could have a six way argument for second right. I'M GONNA say Avondale Garcia, but some people would say it could be cast in here. I mean there's a lot of guys that could fit the catchers. GonNa hit a Zillion home runs to. Paul off of course. There's no game. There's not even any spring training. No one will know what will happen once they start playing the games especially since you can't go, what Doodo though is this? People follow winters if the brewers start the season twenty six thirty eleven kind of A. The, but started hot. People will pay attention just as the bucks get into playoff games, empty arena, bubble, or Florida or not, some people will pay attention. Will it be the same as the other thing who knows I'm merely saying that this is? For a team that looked like it might have been a little adrift this year. Suddenly there are people talking about them having a real chance to win their division to get into a postseason. That would be weird and. Get all this is going to. If football starts, it's all going to be going on at the same time. The NBA Playoffs the major league baseball playoffs in the NFL. Will All be going on at the exact same time? All this got it all these things to be able to go to another level allowing fans to actually show up. Paul says. Do you like the ten well? They got this rule. The try to stop the Games have going on to the tenth inning. You'd start with a guy on second base I. Baseball has been way too stuck on not changing any rules. No, I don't much like that, but I'm if the if it means we're going to to. You know not letting batter step out of the box. Go to the pitch clock. The thing of making all pitchers face three hitters. That's all good anything to speed up games I'm in favor on so well I. Don't like that one I am certainly somebody who believes that all these traditionalist. Send their refusal. All every sport that I can think of changes ninety seven trillion rules baseball. We can't do that why? NASCAR changes the rules in the middle of a lap. What did I don't even know what they did in Polka this week I? Swear they ran nine races, yesterday and polka-dot. Every circuit they read, they ran a cup race on Saturday and other one on Sunday the next thing you know. The trucks are running then faxes right. Showing that tape delayed the race right after I. have no idea what was even going on live at what was it? and. There wasn't a fan there to see it. If you were auto racing fan, polkadot would've been the place to be except they didn't allow you in news talk. Seven thirty W I s on Mark belling late afternoon show Ya. I just weird spring trainings about to start, and it's like was the fourth of July. I if there was to. If there was the one hundred sixty two game schedule with there wasn't there is? The brewers probably have. A twenty home run hitter eight of the nine positions on the field. Remembering that this now now there is one hundred sixty two game season. The only position I would think that you wouldn't though have a guy. That's GONNA hit. Twenty home runs had be shortstop. Get a real battled remember Louis serious was going to be out for the first couple of months of the season. He's ready. He's ready to take on our CFO for that job. Every other position they have. They would have a guy on one hundred sixty two game season. You'd think would be essential especially playing at Miller Park. To hit twenty home runs third basement. I don't know who it's going to be, but they got judge. WHO's a home run hitter? They have healy. WHO's a home run hitter? They got those two guys to put their. At, second base be twenty hormone a year guy. First base, people forget. They picked up just in small. Who's got even more power than themes? And the Outfield Sale Garcia I, think at one hundred sixty game season. He'd hit forty home runs. Can Mail. Maybe he's past his pride. And then Christian, Yelich left field, and then your d h would be a combination of Ryan brought about the four or five other guys that are on there and the Catcher Omar Nevada's. He's just A. He's the same thing that they had with. Manti Granville, poor average and a lot of power. And not much defense. So a lot of power had. Given the way baseball going to be played this remember the rosters expanded to thirty man roster plus a thirty man taxi squads, you can shuttle guys back and forth to the active roster, and not at all just plays the lots of pinch hitting lots of lefty verses, righty and a Lotta pictures page, pitching just one or two innings and. When you've got guys like A. Hater on your team and so on. That's a sprang thinned. member. Corey can has got to be back another guy. That's just perfectly setup for a team that uses lots of pictures for one or two winning, so while it's going to be weird. At least the Games will be played in Milwaukee, and while there won't be fans there. It'll be something that has Paul wonders whether or not it would get into, I think it just depends on how well you do, and there won't be that much time to figure out. How will you do because they're only going to be playing the sixty games and they're expanding the playoffs. Besides the basketball thing I think is the weird, or what just AKM's to conclude the regular season, and then right into the playoffs, the playoffs be starting almost instantaneously, and the bucks are already a cinch to make the playoffs. They their regular season, the fear I have at the boxes. All the momentum that they have is just lost with this line and then. Playing in a neutral environment, you don't get the big homecourt advantage of the Pfizer form. And so what it is funny. That decided that they're going to play those games and Florida because there were hardly any cases of the virus down there. They ought to play at the Feis. Are Far. We're not at ninety appear that SEC. It's true, right. We get all the DNC or what I just have. The basketball players come up here. I'd have to figure out some way in which I'd be some sort of essential, get a job as one of the gang that those kids that wipe up the floor or something so I could get into those. Yeah, any anything like that I'm. Pretty sure I. Don't I've never had any connections with the box I wasn't GonNa have any during all the eight hundred years at her brand, the team did. I don't think these lefties much like me either. They could like half season ticket. They could rotate us like the ball. Boys in the guys that you know. Wipe off the floor after the that'd be you if your kid. What a great job! That would be to have book the floor after I. I'd loved that. Your brother, he didn't make it. How do you get caught from wiping the floor? While it is hundreds, but what crate. Why did he run out? When there is still a player on the court? He he's running out there to wipe up and like he like he chipped in Lebron James tripped over something. On the late seventies, like Bob Lanier would bump into him and say. WHO's this dump kid? Get Him Outta here. Well. I would imagine we have lazy kids now. Maybe there wouldn't be as many that would try out. Fact Way Way way back. When I was a kid, there was a famous book written in the sixties. Every kid from my era read it was some kid was a Yankee. Batboy and he wrote a book. What it's like to be a Yankee. Bat But I'm sure it was ghost written, but Now has a dream of every kid like hanging around of the on. Okay, go pick up the bad whoop de do. What's the downside of that game? As I mentioned. I want to try to put some of the code numbers in perspective. I WANNA bring an update to you on. Many people are wondering why they're getting ballots in the mail. If you voted absentee by mail in the spring election, you're going to be getting a mail in ballot, and you're going to be getting it essentially for the rest of your life until you stop it I'll explain that because many people are wondering why they're getting balanced, also wondered what this election is. The primary election is August which is most relevant for the people who live in areas. Where for instance, state legislative race, if you're at an overwhelmingly Republican or an overwhelmingly democratic district, the primary will determine who your official is the primary issue in Wisconsin in August, and that's the ballot. People are getting in the mail and. You're not alone if you're getting one. If you voted via mail in the April election, the supreme, court election the presidential primary election. You're going to be getting a ballot in the mail now. It does not require you to use it, but I'll explain all of that in a little bit greater depth i. get you put these long things on there now these new rules. They can't spit ya they. I in favor of that they seeds and all that stuff. They're always spitting, but you how you GonNa stop that it's going to be like you can't. The protesters late in for said heroes. Let's see they can't. They can't shower at Miller Park. The supposed to drive their their uniforms. Number of years ago I have all these nieces and nephews and I chartered June charter. booked a level and we all went to a game There's a bunch of them and we're going into Miller. And they thought is cool gone in the middle and it was just the easiest way to get. To the game at the same time, and one of my nieces was about eight or nine. claimed she was seeing. The brewers walk into the Ballpark the players. We thought she was crazy that we figured out she. Just you know fans that are wearing uniform, so she assumed these other. Now, that's actually what you're telling me. That yellow is GonNA drive to park out of his car and he's going to have his uniform on. That is so ridiculous. The aren't GonNa sit in the dugout. They're gonNA sit in seats in the stands. Well, the watched jump over the thing to come out over. What are they gonNA do when somebody comes in sliding into home plate going to tell the catcher that he's got a tag staying six feet away. Get past all this. I I mean this is just childishness guess. What people are GonNa? Get it and guess what if they're thirty years old? They gotta get it. They're not even GONNA know it. Treating this like the end of the world. No, they they they know people are going to get it and it just as we're finally starting to get to a point in society and understanding that for the next year and a half of this country, people go to get it. Get it. It's not going to stop. Don't have vaccine and what we do. Have a vaccine your wait. We get a vaccine. Millions of people will refuse the tainted. I know I. write about this so well. We just have to wait till the vaccine that unless you're going to kidnap people and strap him down on a Gurney and give them a shot. Millions will not get that vaccine. Five, seventeen news talk eleven thirty say it's time for rapid traffic. The stars moving through the vaccine. Yeah, absolutely will. Will you get the scene? They said no say this, is not you. Time enforcing the wearing of masks? Wait until we tell people that they have to go get a shot. It just means you can't do anything if you if you got the shot you whatever have to wear mask again, yeah! No what what? BE GOING TO MENARD says it. Your Church require masks. Oh well, that's I'm I. Mean I think almost all the churches require again? There is some places flying a plane. You have to wear where the mask I mean I I. When I go to the I have a million doctor's appointments. As you know every doctor's appointment, you have to wear the masks. So I mean, but I mean if they told you the deal, you get the shot, no more masks. That wouldn't be enough for you. See, you know what the problem is John. He's a `fraidy cat of the. Why would you not get it? Then, why won't you get you get the Kovic shot? He claims. He's allergic to the shot. See this. No, it hasn't been in. I just say without regard to whether it's right or ride that people who think that when we get the vaccine, it's the be all and the end. All millions won't get it. Okay, then those people have to stay home. The rest of us are going to go do stuff okay. You try to enforce that with Paul. Well. That's the way it's gotta be He'd ever comes he never going to have to have A. Day off every three days here anyway, you're going to have to have a card. You carry around. Say I got it. I can do stuff. Forehead, yeah, fine. Whatever it takes Paul says it over the phone I. Know I agree with John put it on your four. that. Will kill these lefties though to have to take off their masks. I mean it's badge of honor to put that guy now. Just like I like I, I know some people get mad if they see me without what it's like good. It's it's almost as cool. You know what the ultimate insult liberals his no mask and then put a mega kappa. Joined that for five seconds and then to you. We get these storms moving through, and that's just keeping speeds down a matter where you're headed right now, but the good news is. We don't have any major incidents in your way as you try. You're not up to speed of the brewers at all, are you if I need a position? Could you name who they're to have playing it? I don't even know what position Yelich plays. He's up the left Oak. And broad will be a D. H. and other SPO. That's perfect. Say with member, thirty men and thirty van taxi squad. There's going to be different guys, and I think you're GONNA to see lots of pinch hitting righty versus lefty throughout the entire course of the game. Add with the D., H. and place. You don't have to worry about taking a picture out in the middle of innings, and what that suffer, they worry about coming up in the batting order, and so what it's going to be pictures. Come in situationally as well but. No I would say Yelich laughed. CAIN probably holds onto the job in center. Garcia and right. Garcia could play center they'll rotate at first base, but I think it'll be mostly Justin smoak casting here at second battle will be shortstop. WILL IT BE ORLANDO? ARSIA or Louis Urea who's very very good? Third Base Ryan Healy and judge Oracle to power hitters. They can go right. He left it there, and our as is. This year's just Monte all the catcher read. The D., H., remember guys like Sogard, and all those other guys they've picked up who can be utility men and so odd, but the bigger thing is how they use the pitchers that I just I just think how council isn't the way the season goes. He's GonNa. Just do starters have go innings? They've been talking about that for the whole league and that's and that's the thing that council has mastered to begin with and the brewer pitching staff which. Other than would really short on guys that can go log. Innings is perfect for that so. I'm not happy with a sixty game season, but it is well. It's probably brewer. Tiv is ideally created for that kind of a situation. It's a good thing. They're only playing sixty games because each game's going to be about five hours long so well. That's why they try to speed some of these things up. Pictures do have to go through three hitters. Oh. Okay, that's good. That's good I, but there is of course I. my fear is that it's going to be the soccer injury thing in forgotten. All hurt I'm hurt because the pitcher wants to take about and bring it a righty when the left, he was in in so i. don't know how you stop that, but the rule is back. Pictures I suppose to face. Okay I did not know that that headers because that the the American league system with the D. H. Just means that you know you pull pitchers in and out. League because they, they have to bat. WanNa take out on necessarily. Pick the moment. Yeah, Yeah I. Just this would be the ultimate year to do. The pitch clock at it forced the. You can't step out of the batter's box thing. As well, but you are right about that. There's going to be a lot of moves back and forth, but hopefully the lobby between innings, and not during the actual in the three hitter thing helps a lot. Yeah, that's good, it should. Way To weasel around it. Walk Eight. This is the mark belling late afternoon. Show on news talk seven thirty wins. Saying this salon just because. Nobody, say it. And you're not saying it doesn't mean that it isn't happening. One of the biggest news stories in the United States, this summer is being reported almost one and that is the explosion in the murder rate. In a number of major American cities. This isn't a blimp. Normally when you see things like this, it's part of a tread. A murder rate may go up ten percent one year, and then ten percent on top of that ten percent on top of that. And those trans can go on for ten fifteen twenty years, and then for a lot of reasons they reverse. You can talk all your white about. copen spikes the murder rate in the united. States is spiking. Chicago's. Had a terrible problem of violent crime, even by their standards off the charts. It is stunning to see it in New York. As I mentioned New York is probably the model of the Western Hemisphere for a safe bake male. I guess maybe Toronto Montreal, but it just say in the United, states, a model for safe big city in the united. States, the rate of violent crime in New York, city and the murder rate in new. York City as a percentage of the population. Very very low, even in the high crime areas in the Bronx and parts of Harlem very very low. It's spiking out of control right now. In the last nine days in the city of New York. One hundred twelve. Injured or killed in eighty three separate shootings. Those numbers are about the same Chicago against Chicago has hat less than half the population, but the Chicago numbers have always been startling. Those numbers are startling for New York. We see the numbers in Milwaukee. The murder rate in Milwaukee is more than twice. The rate. We had at this time last year. Now Sutton, when something like that happens, it's often because there's a mass killing. Say School Shooting Guard the Jeffrey Dahmer Year. For example. We had a spike for obvious reasons. We haven't had that this year. We haven't had one monster kill seven nine eleven. We haven't added anything like the Moscow it yet in in Oak Creek. That will do it in one year. It's simply an increase that again. It's happening all over America. The fact that nobody's talking about it. Does it mean that it is happening? The proof of the Fallacy of the black lives matter, but is is that the leaders of that little bit are not focusing it all at the carnage that is going on primarily not entirely, but primarily in black America this year. I believe the biggest explanation is play the culvert lockdowns which are killing as many people as they're saving. By putting so many people packed into dense situations. You're seeing an increase in domestic related murders, and they're simply way more drug use going on and drug use almost always leads the cried. Bat and the fact. That police, especially in the last several weeks have been preoccupied with protests and riots and. have been holed by black leadership to take their hands off the community. It's an open season type situation. Next there what? There have been a couple of television stories in the newspaper and our big story over the weekend, so it's not like. This isn't being covered, but. We have major issue. I gotTa Milwaukee with these fireworks. If you live in the city. I can't stress to you what it's like. It's all night and it's nonstop. It's radically attack tat about from eight o'clock until four am, and it is non stop. Fight shooting off. Fireworks is a legal the city of the walkie, but everybody knows the police department can't force first of all. Nobody's dumb enough to shoot off the fireworks at the COP. Standing right in front of you. It's the most deniable crime that you have. Laid it off your fire the thing up in the air and there's not much evidence that you did it. But secondly it's right now. You have people that are almost inviting cops to try to stop them for something miter. Saw All sorts of people are complaining to the Police Department? They're complaining to Alderman. The same people who are saying that the police are too aggressive and patrolling these communities. They're now demanding to have cops going and trying to catch people throwing fireworks, because all the local fireworks shows are canceled. Is a big discount on these fireworks fireworks stores, and they're going off like crazy, not so much in the suburbs, but it is constant at nonstop in the city. It's like you're just hearing. Nonstop gunshots accepted isn't gunshots. It's fireworks. No one will particularly pay any attention to this. Until one of these things still live catches, Roy hits a rough and Burns a house out. You may recall what happened. Some years ago at Patrick cut ahead where Abbas were shooting off fireworks, so the yard and it landed on the roof of that facility and burned the building dowd. Heck goes back a long time, doesn't it? How many years ago would you say that and? Yeah. At least it seems like it's almost like nine eleven nine eleven light, but something like that is going to happen, and then you'll get. Everybody's saying we've got to do something about it, but the problem is, is that when you have a breakdown in civil order, which is what happening in urban environments all over America? Not just Milwaukee. Look at Minneapolis look what's out of Chicago you breakdown in civil order? You can say something's illegal, but it's not gonNA stop somebody from doing just as you can say, you shouldn't be running. Running right to the red light, but everybody's doing it. You can say the plus they have a driver's license, but if no one has what are you gonNa do about it. And this is the situation that occurs when you simply going to allow lawlessness to occur and defunding the police in having fewer cops, because you're supposed to trust everybody that they'll just all be on their best behavior without without any law enforcement. Look what's going on right now. With the level of law enforcement all right. Let me we'll do the story. Over the last week I bet I have heard from three hundred people in the audience wondering why they have a ballot meal. Them and they think that voter fraud is going on. This is one of those issues where I get frustrated. I can cover something to death, but if it doesn't affect you at the time, it goes in one ear. Right out the other. I can't. Even? Those of you, who listen to be closely are aware that what I was talking about all the mail in voting going on in the April election I kept pointing out. You realize this means you're gonNA. Be Getting a ballot for the rest of your life. The way. The law works in Wisconsin. And I'm GONNA go slowly. I missed because nobody seems to get it. Yes in Wisconsin you request a ballot to be sent to you to be sent in via the mail. You need to show a photo ID with your ballot request that means you've got to get it photocopied. Set it. Follow me so far. Once you do it. You don't have to do it again. In other words, let me find some average. Goof out there. Well there you are. Let's imagine Paul decided that. He was going to vote by mail up there in the town of Cedar, Burger wherever you live in in the April election. He would have had to get a photo ID. Copy it and send it in with this valid application. He would then get a ballot and mail it in. Once you request to get to have your voting done by mail. You will keep getting ballots unless you want. Invest you personally. Take your name off the list, so you have given the fact that we all these people vote via the mail in the Spring Election Wisconsin. They are now all getting ballots. This is where people get all mixed up. Having a ballot. Does it mean that there's going to be vote fraud? There's always extra balance. There's millions of ballots that we predded. Wisconsin millions ascend out. People can photocopy and create their own. A ballot in and of itself is useless. Just because I have a ballot doesn't mean I. can't I have the ability to vote it? When you vote in person. You have to physically present yourself. Would you vote via the mail? You must send it in with a witness signature in an authorized envelope. And it has to be witnessed. And it's a felony for you or the witness to. Falsely Swear. Vote by mail, you still have to have the witness signature what you don't have to do. Though is a photo ID. That's why the liberals what mail in voting. Again I know I lost some people. Even though I tried not to. You only need to present. The photo ID the first time you request the ballot. Once, you do that. They're going to send you that ballot. It's the Law Wisconsin, unless you demand not to have a ballot sent to you. When you return the ballot, you have to side it and put it in an envelope. Again you put the signed ballot in an envelope and then signed another envelope that way. They don't know how you voted. But when they received the ballot mark down, the ballot came from you, so pause. Ballot doesn't have Paul's name. On the ballot Paul's ballot is on the outside envelope that he signs in then they take the envelope with the ballot out, and they put that into the machine presumably on election day. The problem with this is what I cited back in April when nobody was paying any attention to. Utah, all of these ballots that are coming out in the mail, the people the potential for fraud is overwhelming. How would you commit a fraud? Let's imagine him up to no good. Paul gets a ballot. Who knows how many people he lives at maybes in an apartment building with seven people. I get the ballot. And I signed so and so's name was the witness I signed. Paul's name said that in that's it. Proving who did what I just did is very hard to do. If I, get a ballot, I can claim I'm Paul and send it in with a witness signature. How would they ever prove? Who did just the what I did very hard to do? That's the problem with having all of these people now eligible for the mail in ballot. Once you requests the ballot your names on that list unless you take it off, so all these ballots are going to be set out to people in Wisconsin. Now you can get it and tear it up. You don't have to use it. And I would encourage you if you don't intend to vote by mail to tear the ballot up when you receive it. And then go vote in person at the next election or vote absentee in person remember absentee voting in Wisconsin could be done in person in advance of the election, or it can be done via the mail. Liberals have always wanted an all male in election. Because a you don't need a photo ID and be. It's easier to commit fraud the issue we've been focusing on in Wisconsin. Is ballot harvesting. It has been very hard for many conservatives to get the attention of our people on this. Trump is obsessed with it as you know, trump believes this is the only way he loses the election. What S- ballot harvesting! Belet harvesting would be. All right. They sent one hundred and seventy five ballots to some high rise building in Milwaukee Right. Some guy says hey give him ball me and I'll mail of all in other resulted. Let you read this thing I'll put him in one big envelope or me I come and say I. Witness all hundred and seventy-five you in this building, and I mail a ball in. Nobody knows what happened to that to those ballots. The potential for fraud is incredible. Remember you're only witnessing on the envelope? You don't sign your ballot. When you lose physical control of that ballot and somebody else has the envelopes. They can put in there anything they want again. I hope I didn't lose anybody on this. This is the problem with mail in voting, and it's the problem that occurred when we allowed everybody in the state to say on too afraid to go stand in line because of the cold did and now all of them are getting these mail in ballots in August to get him in November and so on unless you stop voting via the mail. So, that's why everybody's getting these ballots. If you voted via the mail in the last election. They're going to send you one this time. That is the law Wisconsin. It's a bad law, but it's the law. And we're not going to be able to get rid of tawny versus the governor of the state. He Veto Eddie reform it. What many Republicans have argued is do we want to get all these mail in ballots set out to Republican areas as they already are in Madison and Milwaukee. In other words, should we make it as easy for people to vote via the mail in more Republican areas as we are in the most liberal areas? There's a debate on that that works both ways so there. I get I won't read the poor guy's name, but I guy complaining to me from Elmgrove and this is where I go crazy, because this is how I think I've covered this. A million times marked by family and residence of Elmgrove this past spring, all four of us voted absentee each providing our ID electrically while we were under the assumption that are absentee requests was one time. Time. We received an absentee ballot for the August primary in the Mayo last week again. I covered this a million times. I remember this is with Colvin was breaking out, and people are just trying to get people to show up and vote on the supreme. Court election these things do go in one ear, and out the other, and I get that, but there are implications with. Making the decision to switch over to voting via the mail. It's not a time thing you're gonNA. Keep getting. Get unless you opt out a- voting via the mail. That doesn't mean you have to do anything with that ballot. You got in the mail. If you want to switch back to voting in person either earlier on election day, just tear that ballot up in all the other ballots that are coming into house and vote traditionally. But if you want vote via the mail as I say if you did it the first time you don't have to show the photo ID the next time. It is a recipe for theft of election. It just is and trump is. Concerned about this problem. particularly in the states, in which virtually everybody is going to be voting by mail, because remember some states held their presidential primaries this spring entirely by mail that means all of those people will be getting mail-in votes for the fall election. The less control. The less requirement of a photo ID the less control and. More rigid handling a ballots. The less we have of all of that the greater the opportunity for Shenanigans. which is what the benefits from? For their. Hope, you all understand if you voted in the mail and for you GonNa get it. You'RE GONNA. Get a ballot for the election. And if you're wondering what the election, it's the primary for the fall election. The biggest local race there's several important ones. There's some big legislative races end. I will be covering this as we get close it August. We have a number of cases in the suburbs. Of fraudulent candidates running as Republicans in Republican primaries for the legislature, whatever is in Ozaukee county where you have a Republican, incompetent, rather conservative the Democrats know they could never win a general election seat, so they just put in a lefty to run in the Republican primary hoping to knock them out. Don't worry. I'm on top of it and will alert you to those cases, but that's one of the things to be focused on. The approach, the August primary in areas that are overwhelmingly either Democratic or Republican. The primary essentially is the general election. Remember we have no statewide races this small. All of the races would either be the presidential race or your local races for county in the State, Senate and state assembly. there. Yes, that is. We're talking about but I'll cover that greater depth later on. Is that your district. You don't know what. Do. You hemming and hide in their. Oh people are aware well Robert Aware of the. There's a fake Republican running. and. You know there. There is the Republican organizations in these counties should be on top of this and get this out, but again. That's just one of the things it's going to be coming up. I want to tell you about a story that I alluded to earlier. A yagi incoming freshman at Marquette is having her life threatened. And the university has saying they are going to look into whether or not. They're going to accept her. All because she's not singing out of the same liberal Songbook, and some of the social issues that we are seeing now, this is what it's down to pick you up on that point in a moment, 551 news talk eleven thirty. W I it's time for revenue. Traffic Traffic Lights, not working at the intersection of Mayfair and North Avenue, so you can imagine a good place. Yeah, yeah, it's about. What they do work there's. Traffic that intersections backed up forever, right? Oh, that's what the left turns this to left her and laid said it's. A good thing. We don't have regular. Rush hours anymore it's it's pretty nasty, right? Do they have a cop? Directing or do not see one. Maybe people in Watteau have funded the police and they're not allowed perhaps perhaps. There's talk eleven thirty wins. Late afternoon show. So like everybody else trying to stumble around Figura which shows you supposed to watch? TV which as I say, word of mouth is so powerful this just. How else are you supposed to find out? I Did Watch Laurel Canyon you familiar with that. The two episode. It's just two episodes. I think there are both our half might have been one bite of them two hours. It was about the Laurel Canyon music scene from nineteen, sixty five to one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, five, which is really good. It had a lot of video from back in the day they featured like dot, a guy who took photographs of that rock era and a woman who also did as well as they used all of their stuff, and then a lot of narration from the day. I mean Laurel Canyon in the Seventies. That's where the eagles at all those people were in the sixties. It was the Mamas and Pop Papas, Jim Morrison and the doors, and that's very good. That's on epic's for those of you who get access to that network it again. I! Don't know who does it. Who Does it and I? Don't know if that's one that you. Stream I found that when my direct TV, but I heard that that show was good Sarah. Weeks ago, but I recorded and I just watched that I assume that anything that was out there. You can find now, so there's that I I love this one. I've been making fun of Paul for being I think the only person in America. over the age of forty. Who's never seen Perry Mason? You believe there's a new Perry Mason out now it's on HBO and it's not like at all Perry me. All they do is there. Rip It off the character names. It set in Los. Angeles like the forties. But, he's not a lawyer. He's a private investigator and something of drug. Dell is not a secretary yet. But it's very good. That HBO and I think it's eight episodes that I've only watched the first one, but it's not at all like the Real Perry. Mason, but it looks like. Anybody, who's what's the term? They use to those dark kind of not. You know crowd crime dramas in that era. There's a movie called L.. A. Confidential that tons of superstars read about twenty five years ago and can basic or was in there Russell. probative it in it. There's a term for that Filmed the why that's it. That's what the pyramid that's it. The John, give you that. Yeah at the Perry Mason TV show. That's out the new. Not The old would that would be edgy spill Newark. All right to the Marquette Story. First of all. I need to credit the source material here. All of the information I am sharing comes from John McAdams. Publishes his very popular blog, not popular among Marquette officials called. Marquette Warrior. It's U yes warrior dot blog spot dot com marquette warrior is the title of his blog. He's reporting on his blog. About what's happened to? Incoming Freshman Student Debt Marquette. She is willing to be named. I'm not going to name her I'm trying to protect her from her own guts, but anybody who wants to search it out. We'll be able to find it, and it may well be. The story develops. That will use her name, but I'm not gonNA. Use it now. I'll just give you her first name. Her name is Samantha and she's from somewhere in Wisconsin, but not the Greater Milwaukee area. During all this back and forth about Donald Trump and everything else. She created a tick tock video. Tick Tock has become the social media platform of choice. For People Between Fifteen and twenty two. You know. Old People are on facebook. Mostly old people. Wouldn't you say? Isn't facebook becoming like a forty and over thing? Yeah and. Twenty five to forty s there on Instagram, right? Yeah. Plus it! Everybody's at Instagram I. Don't know I don't think many people are in instagram. They had a hard enough time figuring on facebook. Twitter is sort of it's more political than anything else. It's celebrities and so on tic TAC. Is this platform that you create a very short video? It's from China and many people believe Chinese government control. Anyway, it's very easy to use a lot of young people are on it. She created a tic TAC video. Shows herself. Over a hip hop song, so you're hearing the hip hop and tic TAC that he has a very very short. You hearing the upside and there's a video of her. And, then she puts writing on the screen. And the writing on the screen says when people see that I support trump. They start hating on me. In the screen changes then try to hate on me and think I'll change my views. That's it. That's it. All she's doing is saying. They find out I support. Proper the hate at me and they think by hating on me. Flip changed records. That's all her video said. Four this. Is being assaulted on social media. Because we can post something like that out there. People get it. They share out of. They say look look who's coming bar. According to John McAdams his blog. He has collected some of the social media response that she has got. One from Erin Kwok. WHO STARTS OUT BUT PUTTING UP? That says that'll trump xenophobic, racist, homophobic Misogyny, sexual assault, ignorance fascism, and then goes on and then. She posts. A social media link that she sent to the dean of Students Dean of admissions at Marquette Brian Troyer. She apparently complained at Froyo robot marquette, accepting the young woman as a student. This is the response that she got from Brian Royer by the way I've contacted Marquette they say the whole campus is closed this week. Aaron, thank you for bringing this matter to our attention. We will review the situation and take appropriate action. So Marquette now says it's going to take appropriate action. Because this incoming student posted a video saying she supported trump. According to John McAdams this woman, Aaron Cook then began a campaign to get other left set marquette to right. Marquette demanding that they reject this students admission. John Poster instagram profile. It says Email Marquette Administration that it has doubt Arrow leading to a PDF document that supposed to be. Customized they and central long list. The Marquette officials that it lays out the offense committed by the student. The document attacks student for posting her explicit political views I love this. Can Post any lefty, thank you, what? But because she posted a pro-trump Butte, she needs to be said should because she posted explicit political views. Then in the list of grievances as the why she should be rejected for Marquette. She is defending president trump's stance and immigration. And arguing that undocumented immigrants are illegals that only here to commit crime. Now there was a and forth the student involved when she came under fire did start to respond and issue statements at a number of things. And commented on an increase in crime when there is an increase in immigration, which of course is. Stating the obvious if there's an increase at anything if there's an increase in people that are left handed coming in more so than the original population, some of those stand to be criminals. Nonetheless, the attacks came on anyway in response to this. A number of people have posted including. Batty dot back to seven. I hope you get shot. Another one. Should I know I'm waiting for her to come so I could actually come for her. Another one Giselle. Underscore Dickinson I don't know you, but I wanna hit you KAIEDA. And then another one. Commented I hope you get run over by a semi. Though these are all apparently marquette students posting on social media in response to. Finding out that it, incoming student has these views, she isn't backing down and she's apparently somebody who's more than willing to come to campus and stand up for herself when she here. I'm trying to get people on the right to just wake up and be a little bit concerned about the fact that we're losing our entire culture. You have this young woman so far is showing some aggressiveness in defending her point of view, but under stay add. This is the environment that exists people on the left. Especially young people on the left are totally emboldened right now. They are emboldened that they think. Think that. Eight of them can walk up to him carpenter and beat him in the face and try to knock into the ground. They're emboldened that they think that they can throw a firebomb into the city county building. Addison they are emboldened that they get somewhat of their own generation, an incoming student who has differed political views than them and post by name with their face, saying they're going to kill them. Now I'm asking our cat if they're going to investigate this student's views. Are you going to investigate all of the post of the people that are physically threatening her life in response to her post? Give it that it's Marquette. The answer. Anyway for those of you that are looking for more information on quite a compelling story. A John McAdams is a blog again. It's Mu Dash Warrior spot. In the title of it is Marquette Warrior for those of you familiar with McAdams. He's the guy. Marquette tried to get rid of because earlier agitating against the leftward drift of the university. In this case, it's an indication that there are some very very intolerant. Marquette students who don't want any part. Of a young conservative woman, coming to their campus to the point that they are willing to physically threaten her and do it in social media posted which they put their own faces up. This is America in twenty twenty. And they say that we're supposed to be all afraid of the police. I think we have a lot more to be afraid of. From self appointed vigilantes who are out there? Governing themselves this. Clearly, this is what brown-shirt is was these are the brownshirts? This person thought that. Don't worry. I'll get her. And they were worried. Trump would be a fascist. This is. What she! Is, it is this, is it? This, is it? And the only response the rest of US could have is we need a satellite at it? And the people that are making these kinds of threats and the people that are behaving this way openly the people who slugged Tim Carpenter in the face. You can catch kind of the faces of some of them as you do it. They openly believe they can get away. With the words quite human behavior that you could batch. That's how empowered they are. down. Eleven thirty W I S ad marked late afternoon show. Some interesting news on the Kobe, front. First of all this serves that they're talking about. In other parts of the country does not exist Wisconsin. There was a modest increase in the number of positive cases in Wisconsin last week bought. The hospitalization rate continues to be very low. As of earlier today we had two hundred thirty seven hospitalizations in the state of Wisconsin that is way down from the numbers in April at Bay, so there's an increase in the number of positive cases that simply means a positive test was done, but it's only modest in the state of Wisconsin, likewise national while the officials and the media talking about an increase in the number of cases, doubts nationally continued to down. In fact we put up a LINCOLN COMPELLING DOT COM. It shows the death rate chart in the United States. Cova additives shown a flatlined now that spending case for about six or seven weeks, so despite an increase in the number of cases remember a case cases simply a positive test. Despite, an increase of the number of positive tests, there is not an increase in death. Dr Burks has said that a significant amount of the increases people under the age of thirty five in a weird way that of course is good, because most of them don't get sick. Despite being a positive test and the largest area of growth are people who are ASE symptomatic now if you're a symptomatic, why would you be tested, you know. Do! You know why. No if you're going to be tested if you're a symptomatic if you're your contact traced if you are somebody that came into contact with somebody else let suppose for example. Your daughter knew somebody who got it, and she was at Your House while they tell your family and everybody tested. You might not have been sick at all, but you come up with a positive test because you're in the loop. So that's why you're getting all of this increase in ace, symptomatic positive test because we're testing way more people. Particularly, with some attempts to do, contact pricing that are going on and if you take a look at the map. Of the increases, it's almost entirely in the southern half of the United States, and many of them counties and states along the border. What's going on here? It is better reported that last week. Fifty percent of the test that in Mexico came back positive in the United States the best pop positive test rates about three to four percent fifty percent in Mexico another not testing as many people and probably only sick people that coming into be tested, but it would indicate that the virus may be raging in Mexico. It is not surprising. If we have a problem in Latin America the Caribbean and Mexico. That southern states would end up beginning to see an increase in their numbers and nothing to do with legal illegal immigration. It's simply the migration that goes back and forth particularly at this time of the year across the border, and from the islands of the Caribbean into Florida but this increase that we have seen in positive tests has not resulted in an increase in hospitalizations. It's not resulting in an increase in death, the most important number. I think it's very very simple. More people are being tested so therefore. You're getting more positives. There isn't an increase in the test. Positive rates at all in the northern part of the United States because not being exposed to this population that is now being exposed that wide numbers. In the southern part of the country, anyway, the long and short of all of this I've been trying to tell people for some time is Colbert is not going away. You are going to see these positive increases, and they're going to roll in different parts of the country, and it's GonNa go watt as long as this virus is around, which I suspect is going to be a very long time. It will eventually run its course. because virtually everybody's had now. is saying that she thinks we have ten times more people who have had it the positive tests. That's good. It means a lot. More people have been exposed in got it in our over it than we thought because most of them were not sick, but still that's about three hundred million Americans who apparently have not yet gotten it and kill this thing works its way through the entire population and enough people have been exposed. You're going to see spikes and spikes and spikes as long as they do not result in significant death. It seems to be a reason for us to be making no adjustment to society at all and less. We've decided that we're going to be on lockdown for two or three years. which is right around the time the next virus will work its way through. Final, point on this as long as the increase in new cases stays away from the at risk population of the elderly. You are not going to see a spike in deaths. We all know why that is. When old people get this many of them die when younger people get them hardly any of them die so long as we can concentrate the increase to people that are picking this up casually in the regions. Regions of the country where cases are spiking, you will not see an increase in hospitalization annual continue to see the death right flat light, and maybe even go down. Six nine thousand nine newstalk eleven thirty wwl. It's time for rather traffic still looking to problems at the intersection of Mayfair road and North Avenue because the traffic lights are not working there, so expect some very busier. The protesters pulled the plug. Apparently Living If. They wanted to cause trouble instead of their marching. That's all they'd have to do that would be. It would be a devious thing to do. So Watch out at that intersection obviously treated as a four way stop and you know just be careful heading through their milwaukee. We don't believe in stop signs. If you see nobody else's come and Skybridge jacker way through through, get through their news. Talk Eleven thirty wins on Mark belling late afternoon and try to do this all the ninety seconds. Might be most important ninety seconds of the show. Let's start with this. We've been referring to the situation involving dimple and her husband's business in recede. The two of them. One of the two of them up by just been dimple. DIMPLE NAVATO went to Madison for the anti shutdown protests some weeks ago. This is not the George. This is before this. There are people against Tony vs lacked on order. As a result received Mayor Cory, Mason denied her request. For City assistance under one of the covert programs that they have at his admitting that the reason that he did it is because they oppose the locked out. Ponder what what happened. If the mayor of sale, Cottam, walk or Brookefield. An Berlian. Denied a government assistance program. To someone because they participated in George Floyd protest. Just imagine. Just imagine. which leads me to this. One of the things that you may have picked up on. This goes back several years to the to all of the ANTIFA protests, but now the ones involving George. Floyd, what happened in Madison. Tim Carpenter the thing that sets off the protesters gets them to turn on. You is if you are filming them. Many reporters have been attacked for filming them in the case of carpenter. They said that he was breaking the rules. He was taking our photo. Now remember where I started with this. Imagine if you reversed the situation on dip. The very crowd. Demanding. That all police officers with body cameras. Is the same crowd that is insisting that none of us record what they are doing. In other words, they WANNA. Have total scrutiny of everything that a law enforcement officer does, but they don't want anyone to watch what they are doing. And then finally this all connected. The, people who? Are demanding that we not can give all madison protesters. By the actions of those who tore down the statues firebomb the city county building and assaulted Senator Carpenter they're all saying. We are mostly peaceful protesters. You cannot go indict an entire movement because of this. This is the same crowd that wants to win. Every single police officer America because of what George Floyd did in Minneapolis. Guilt by association is what they have been doing from the beginning yet they object what Eddie. What would dare apply that standard. To them likewise their assumption that simply because there was slavery at one point in America that the entire nation is nothing, but a gang of thugs races. Hypocrisy isn't just the point the point is they have no argument at all. There's no logic behind it. All what there is is simply situation. We're going to do what we want to do. Of course, they don't want photos. Take it of them as they commit crimes of course, they WANNA have photos a police officer so that they can turn around and sue. Of course they're going to judge all police officers harshly. They hate the police. Of course they're going to say that. None of the actions of Bob should apply to them because they're part of the Bob. And of course they're gonNA. Say No, let screw dimple where she can't get any covered money. She's on the wrong side of the issue, but don't ever apply that. Standard was because they don't believe in fairness. They don't believe that equity. They don't believe in justice what they believe in his single-minded fascism, that is their soil ideology out of time for today, talk tomorrow by.

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The Wylderwood: Part Four

Stories Podcast

22:20 min | 1 year ago

The Wylderwood: Part Four

"Hello welcome to stories podcast I'm your host Amanda Weldon? Today's story is part. Four of the wilder would unoriginal work coal written for you by Daniel Hynes and Joseph Montebello, the wilder would is fantasy serial, which means that it's a really long story, so there will be a new episode every other week all summer long checkout parts one through three if you haven't already. Today we'd like to say a special. Thank you to Sophie and her family and Topeka Penny. And PJ and their family in San Francisco Theo and Anna and their family and Easthampton. Massachusetts Sam and Nora and their family in Holiday, Utah and Harper and juniper and their family in Walla Tosa. Wisconsin thank you so much juniper Harper, Nora Sam Nfl Theo. EJ Penny and Sophie. 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Macari America's No meet up marketplace download today. Thanks enjoy the episode. Really quick before we start just in case, you needed a refresher. Though wilder would is an endless forest filled with life, magic, and amazing things to see our heroes Hark, snazzy, and Lachlan have come to the city of Edgewater, just inside the wilder would when we last saw them, they were in the town hall, where powerful wizards and fierce warriors are meeting to decide what is to be done with a mysterious powerful book inside a red, coffer but justice, the coffer is opened a huge pit worm and a horde of magical branch. Creatures called US attack. What dark powers caused the attack? How will messy and her friends keep each other safe in the chaos. And what power does the book hold? To find out. Let's get back to the story. The wilder would chapter four. The world was breaking the horrible dead branch. Creatures known as the Dross were swarming, and nause was frozen in place, even as her mind flew in a thousand different directions. Charge bellowed Horta near cutting through MS thoughts. A troupe of Ax men poured in through the scattered walls of the dome. They met the dross all over steel and wood, screaming and shattering in every direction, nessie stumbled through the chaos she saw trying to light her hands on fire saw Lachlan level has soared at one dross to be swarmed by a dozen others they wove their limbs into the joints of his armor and stretched out tendrils of Pale Grub Worm Ivy, the Squire started to panic and shout until Harks Nessie stumbled to his side, pulling him free. What do we do Nessie shrieked the draw surrounding them I. Don't know, Hark said back her eyes, wild with fire, uncontrollable laugh bubbles from her throat. I don't know. Nancy couldn't seem to draw a breath. The world was madness around her. She struggled to focus trying to ignore Lachlan's curses and harks 's wild laughter. Her is scanned wildly for Shell Sahni and found her in the middle of the chaos. The DRUID is raised her arms calling up. Routes from beneath the floor they burst through the wreckage, entangled around the DROSS, pinning them down tearing them into splinters, but more of them kept tumbling in from the broken. Dome Gordon and Saran Sierra and thing, and the rest battled nearby like solid rocks in the rapids of Dross and fleeing people then allowed and terrible laughter. The whole the pit worm had burst from crumbled wider, suddenly awash in a fiery pink, not strange, magic cast, unnaturally long shadows, and those shadows came to sudden violent life, one strand of darkness, coiled about a frosty guard, and whiplashed him out a window, another pools beneath three ax men and seem to swallow them whole. The wormhole tumbled wide and couldn't help but scream when two giant evil looking trolls pulled themselves up, and charged into battle, met immediately by Gordon and kerosene, the laughter continued, and the pink grew brighter and brighter, a giant ball of electric inferno it floated easy as a scream and touchdown on the ruins of the stage to other stomped up. In shadows in the too bright glow of magic. Boomed a voice and a terrible human figure took shape in the heart of the pink fireball. Gave me the book. The dross paused quivering the trolls to froze in place there giant clubs in mid swing for a moment, everything was still. Nancy drew a deep and shaky breath, watching Shell Sahni and the others as they gathered together before the stage. Never Shall Sanni said and Nessie felt a deep pride in her heart. The! Arch Druid, spread her arms, and the world seem to bloom life around her green and glowing, pushing back against the pink and Shadow Nazir, felt her reach down into the wilder would and grab the power there, and for a moment she tasted it in her blood of vast and wild magic, and she pulled away before it could swallow her whole Shell Sanni embraced it though and Nasim marveled at the strength of her mother. I don't know how you found us, but your magic is no match for hours or forgotten warlock. She spat the last word making it an insult. The dark figure at the heart of the fire only laughed. No which I haven't forgotten. He rose into the air, a white smile shadow. Of made friends. A woman's voice called from the darkness. Garson dog killed you last time, but no one would have cared now you're in the Great Gorce in grave I'll be known across the seas around I. Nail Your Shield Atop my main sail. Nessie gasped as a woman stopped forward twisted with unnatural muscle and etched with moving tattoos, she wore an eye patch, and one of her hands was gone replaced by a long Cutlass Sword Gorton strode forward with a laugh. There are no squid birds to save you this time. Captain famous. He ducked the hand axe. She threw then sprang forward to attack the pirate sword to sword. And Me Cara thing, said the other figure sliding from the dark. says. He was shocked to see a boy not much older than herself. He wore amongst loose linen pants. aroon painted on his chest. I won't be. Cast aside again. Cara thane roared stomped a foot and charged at the boy, even as his arms turn two pillars of stony. They began to hammer at each other there every blow shaking the room. Shell Sanni and Bobbin met is and turned together their magic. The wizard conjured fists of Blue Fire to hammer at the pink and shall Sanni met every dark tendrils with a bloom of green. The warlock grow old and rose higher into the Air Bob in floating after him and shall Sanni. Flash grown tree, the trolls unfroze smashing into the ax men, and the draw surged into the holes, harks was watching Bobbin intently her hands, bursting into flame, Laughlin had his sword drawn, and was watching dross so only Nessie saw what Sir Ranch did next. The night rush to Golson and the warrior nodded happy to have help against the pirates and trolls and masses of dross. He moved to put ranch behind him, so they couldn't be surrounded. SMART. He thought and that's when Sir ran. Ramseyer, the Holy Paladin of the Sacred Gauntlet stabbed Garson in the back. The blade slid free, and courson slumped forward ransomware, pulling the shell pack off him even as he fell. Gorse ensnarled clutching his wound. He tried to speak, but one of the branch men's shoved an arm and his mouth, cutting him off, Sir Ramseyer walked toward the dark warlock, who was still locked in a magical battle with Shell Sanni and Bob it in the Dross, who stood in the way moved aside for him. No shrieked nause polling. It harks and Lachlan know. What is he doing? The warlocks smiled hands tighten two fists as he focused, and a beam of pink fire and black shadow twisted down towards. Shell Sanni. bobbins spread his arms, and fiery hand, appeared catching the dark magic while Shell Sanni held her staff high. She called out a spell, and the Moon's light seem to focus on the warlock bathing him in dazzling silver and raising clouds of. Smoke from his body. He faltered for a moment and Bobbins. Magic hand pushed up driving the fire toward the warlock who is still surrounded by his fiery ball. Nezir felt a moment of hope, and then Sir rancher was there again his shield looked just like Lachlan's gleaming steel edges around a circle of white, would with a red fist painted in the middle of it. Nancy watched as Ramseyer charged his shield, burning with the holy light of Orlan, and he used it to hammer Shell Sanni in the back, she cried out, and fell to her knees, her magic, falling with her Bobbin, suddenly on his own through up both hands, bellowing as raw, blue, magic, ripped through him, his robes split his pointed hat exploded, and a pillar of power vaulted up like an angry dragon. But, it wasn't enough. The warlocks sinister fire bloomed his shadows deepened, and his twisting beam of power, drove through the blue like a shark and detonated throwing Bobbin and Shell Sanni into the DROSS. Know. Nancy started to scream, but then harks. was there slapping her hand over Nazis mouth? Lachlan sat up behind them still in a daze. Where's ran sear? Nancy blanched remembering the night stabbing through Golsen. She turned away from Lachlan worried that if she met his is the truth. Would all come tumbling out of her mouth? Shush Harks hissed Shell. Sanni and Bobbin were down Golsen Cara and hoard Amir were tossed next to them in a heap. Nancy was terrified. She turned to her friends. Should we get help? She asked a whisper. Lachlan shook his head. Get real noisy. Who could help them? They're the ones people call for help. harks clenched her fists. We have to do something. Were the only ones left. Who can do anything? But none of them moved. Outside Nessie, heard another terrible crash, and the earth shook once more. Through the wreckage of the walls she could see. edgewater was in flames, swarmed withdraws at least two more giant pit worms crashing through the trees. No one's coming. She realized harks is right. We need to help. But. She couldn't move no more than harks had. The warlock was radiating a hatred, a dark spell of fear like guilt and sickness, and they weren't strong enough to fight it. The warlocks stopped in front of the trapped heroes. So fall the wise and the mighty you claimed power and the names of your people, but power can only be claimed with power. He smiled and Sir. Ramseyer emerged from the DROSS. Yes his Lachlan nothing can stop a Paladins righteous challenge. Hill Save Them. Nessie felt tears in her eyes as Sir Ramseyer, strode through the fire and wreckage past the draw, and the pirate, and the monk, and came face to face with the warlock. MILORD, he said sinking to his knees. It is done. Lachlan's face twisted. He screamed something to his master, but it was lost in the chaos. ransomware held up the red coffer stolen from Gorton's shell pack. It seemed to pulse and flicker with light. It reminded Nessie of some wild prey heart hammering from the hunt. Why muttered Lachlan looking more like a frightened shells, the nessie would have believed possible. He planned it all along his harks, he got us to unlock it and now they have it. Well done, said the warlock, taking the coffer, and the box disappeared into his ball of pink fire shadow. Now to give the heroes of the realm a fitting end. His shadows spread like a sickness, lashing themselves over Shell Sanni and the others, even as they started to wake Bobbins, started a spell, and was smothered Gorsuch, and wrestled one arm free, and then was swallowed in tar Shell Sanni, alone was free to speak the shadows, dripping up her legs and chest like a candle burning in reverse. I've traced the roots of time and seeing their seeds come to fruition. We won't die today, warlock. She still held her staff. And though the darkness was flowing now over her elbow, her hand was still free. She opened her fingers and let the staff slide down until it touched the ground when it did. The base of the staff sank directly into the stone floor beneath her, pushing back the shadow. Moss spread from it in gentle ripples covering the floor of the ruined hall, her staff took root and sprouted a single branch. Noah the warlock bellowed tentacles of shadow, pushed away in the green glow of her power. He growled, and the darkness returned, but it was too late. A roll of Thunder, a hiss of rain, the scent of Spring and Shell Sunny and the other heroes started to glow, a gentle green, it peeled away the shadows, and coded them in a bed of Moss, their skin, deepened, and turn to tree, bark, thick and gnarled. The warlock screened again ransomware cursed, and Nessie gasped. She'd heard of the spell. It was called the supplanting, but why would shell Sanni cast it now? The heroes transformation continued the bark, hardened and burrowed the nodded, sprouting branches here and there. In the space of breath, Nessie saw shell. Sanni, Bobbin Gorsuch Nakara Thain and hoard near frozen into trees, their roots, all tangled together in the rebelled dirt. blaster deny traumatic rancher spat he lunged forward in a rage, and swung his sword at the tree that had been the arch, druid his his blade, surrounded with the burning light of them, the sword whistled down like a fury, but bounced harmlessly off one of Sony's branches, each hack, rasping steel on stone. The pirates grabbed an axe from the floor and went to help, but the warlocks stopped her. Leave them. They can't be harmed, but I know that spell. There are no more than living statues. We have what we came for. The warlocks fire burned pink and bright his shadows blacker than ever, and he turned floated back to his tunnel, and out of the broken hall. His minions followed rancher last of all casting one last look at his former friends before disappearing into the black. Immediately the tunnel filled up with thick shadows, which hardened into stone like a flow of lava cooling all at once. As soon as the warlock was gone, Nezir felt the overwhelming sense of fear and panic subside just a little. The fierce spell was gone, but her own natural fear was very much alive. She turned and saw Lachlan his eyes, wide and innocent, staring at the place rancher had last stood. He looked stunned into a stupor and nessie understood his pain. harks on the other hand. You miserable bugbears. She screamed. I'll burn you all into cinders. Get back here. She rushed to the whole. The shadow of the stone pit worm looming over her. was completely sealed. ambers she said, slamming her hand on the ground, a fiery slap that singed her own robes. What now? The three friends looked at each other, then ran to the magical trees. nessie stood by the one that had been Shell Sanni and Harks by Bobbin. Lachlan muttered. Surrender must be playing a trick on them. He's going undercover. Na-. He realized that he hadn't seen his Masters Stab Courson, but she didn't know how to tell him what had happened, so she said nothing. Instead. She kneeled at the foot of the Shell Sanni Tree. Outside the chamber, she could see more fire here more screams of battle, but inside. They had a moment of peace. What I do, mother, she whispered tears cutting trails through the dirt on her face. Shall Sanni, you've been my teacher, my friend, my mom. Tell me, please. What do I do? She reached out and laid one hand on her mother's rough bark cheek. News Alia she heard Shell Sahni's voice in her mind like someone speaking at the other end of a long hallway. Every word was labored like a last breath. The warlock. You Must Stockton before solstice. Go North. into the wilder would find Osler. He will set your feet on the path. At the top of Shell, Sanni Staff, the single branch had sprouted, trembled and cracked falling to the ground. Picked it up and heard her mother's voice again fading away. Be Raised Salia, she said. I love you. To be continued. Today story part. Four of the wilder would wasn't original story. Co Written for you by Daniel Hynes and Joseph Monte Bello and perform for you. Buy Me Amanda Weldon. The wilder would is a fantasy serial, so there will be a new episode every other week all summer long tune in two weeks for part five. If you would like to support stories podcast, you can leave us. A Five Star Review on ITUNES G- AD, free episodes and more at Patriot dot com slash stories. Check out Oliver merch available at stories podcast dot com slash shop. Follow us on Instagram at stories podcast. Simply tell your friends about us. Thanks for listening.

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Social Media is continuing to Silence Conservative Speech

Vicki McKenna

35:32 min | 1 year ago

Social Media is continuing to Silence Conservative Speech

"External tallest not the same thing I've seen at at the Fisher House, the Fisher House I know is a huge part of recovery for somebody like my husband for them to know that their family members are being taken care of that's a huge burden off of them so they can concentrate on their therapies. Just having that assurance that no matter what as long as we were there for Anson, someone would be there to take care of us. Took so much offer shoulders. How can you help go to fisherhouse Dot Org? Broadcasting Till Planet Madison Bruce City and the world on IHEART radio. Vicki mechanics show to be a part of a program called her chunking Wisconsin dells toll free line at seven, seven to three five. Email victim WNBA DOT com. Now here's Vicki McKEN. Bird. We gotta Jam Packed Program. We're going to start right out of the gate. I'm joined on the phone by. A woman who you should be familiar with she's been with Vicki and the pass. He's a friend of mine friend of Law Enforcement Heather McDonald. says. She's an American conservative political commentator and SAS, and she's an attorney. She's Thomas W Smith Fellow of the Manhattan Institute and a contributing editor to the institute city. She's written numerous books and editorial some of the books that he's written war on cops are cops races, the burden of bad ideas. And her latest one is the diversity delusion. Heather welcome to the program. Cowboy. Clock. Thank you so much. Have me on. It's always an honor to be with you. Mind here's what I want to get it I came across an article in the York pulse where you had been. Banned from Youtube, one of your speeches that you gave recently. I'll remind our listening audience that you do a lot of research peer reviewed. It's good stuff I use it a lot I use the data that you provide as it relates to the use of force by police and police behavior, police conduct, and no matter how you look at it inside a. Inside. Out upside down. Left to right right to left. You have found no evidence of fundamental institutional racism in law enforcement and people don't like that but I hear that recently. Youtube censored one of your talks policing. Let's tell us what happened there. Well thank you. chef clock I had been invited by the Center for the American experiment in Minneapolis to give what they hoped would be the definitive rebuttal of the black lives matter narrative one that was embraced by President Barack Obama and now by Presidential candidate Joe Biden with holds that we are living through an epidemic of racially. Motivated slaughter of of black males by police. And So I live streamed the speech and as soon as I finished Youtube wiped it off the web completely sang that it violated Youtube community guidelines which require content that maintains a safe space on youtube for all users, the center which is hosted, me appealed and eventually youtube restored the speech but. A restriction meaning that your? Children cannot watch it on their own unless you sneak them in behind you. Now, the the material that is available to your twelve year old boy in the privacy of his bedroom includes a porn star giving a lap dance to somebody and and guidance on how to become an anti fog warrior and and celebration of the destruction of the third police precinct in in Minneapolis the. High point of the riding to today. So those those materials which are explicitly pornographic or or inciting violence are allowed onto youtube for children not my speech then when I wrote about this and talked about it on Tucker Carlson's Fox News Youtube retaliated by now putting on some versions of the speech that the center is sneaked it up in other venues a warning that it contains offensive content. So you know one wonders. Further. Are we going to be allowed to go with this? Being at all in dispute that the social media are actively hostile to facts that contradict the left-wing narrative my speech, which your your listeners can find on the web merely presents federal data on policing and crime federal data being the gold standard nobody dares challenge at and and it gives the facts which show that the problem in in this country is crime and the high rates of black victimization by crime police go to the neighborhoods that they go to they interact with the people that go to in order to try to protect black lives. Now you mentioned in the article here that you point out that youtube age restriction policy. Lists Vulgar language violence, and disturbing imagery nudity and sexually suggestive suggestive content and portrayal of harmful or dangerous activities as factors that could lead to an age restriction. How did your speech and we know what's going on here in the listeners in this audience know too. But. It's important to point this stuff up. How does Youtube figure what you said in that speech? VIOLATES THEIR EASTERN PROBLEMS? Sheriff Clarke I'm I'm absolutely stunned. I have no idea they. It seems like they're using this age restriction now is there censorship tool of choice. but there's nothing in it. I condemn violence. There is nothing salacious in it unless you find Criminological Research Somehow titillating but compared to what's out there you know you can find naked girls spooning with naked male you know. Swimming naked in in Las Vegas Strip pools. That is salacious. You can find a self-described in Arco Communist. Telling people how to prepare for the next ANTIFA riot. You know wear helmets, spring, water bottles, and of course. P. P.. You know you got to wear your mask as you're burning down the federal courthouse So my speeches simply. Giving the facts about. Crime incidents of crime incidents of criminal offending and I guess the idea is is that Truth is harmful to the Lai. and. Somehow I. Don't know truth is harmful to blacks, but the fact of the matter is that this La di about. Policing is what's harmful to blacks as we've seen with with police now, under the once again, the taints, a phony racism and after the riots were actually celebrated by the elites and not put down by the law law and order when we have the breakdown of. Of Law Enforcement and of of criminal justice in this country, the people who are paying the price. Are. Black. Children as I point out my speech since since George Floyd. died during the rhetoric killed during the rest. Thirty five black children have been killed in drive by shootings. I nobody gives a damn. If there were thirty five white children who could killed and drive by shootings. since late May, there would be a national revolution. The media doesn't give a damn nor do black lives matter activists but so so I don't know the of course, Youtube is silent lips unsealed they give no explanation. and can only scratch one's head in puzzlement and dismay at the sort of Hostility towards facts and truths that now govern our public discourse and big tech. The arrogance of big tech is you know. They don't feel like to have to justify anything. All right. The marketplace of ideas no longer exists. It's a totalitarian approach to speech control by Big Tech. Show up at at a Congressional hearing a couple of weeks ago, and you know it's it's like the cat with the canary feather sticking out of its mouth denying any wrongdoing. They denied that the stuff exists and then the New York Times jumps in and others saying there's no basis. What's Republican conspiracy so on and so forth there's another one I want point you to. You cited a study in in one of your research projects on police use of force. And it was. Published in August twenty nineteen as part of the National Academy of Sciences, where the researchers found that the more frequently officers encountered violent suspects from any given racial. Group. The Greater. The chance that a member of that group will be fatally shot by police officer and the National Academy of Sciences said, there is no significant evidence of anti-black disparity in the likelihood of being fatally shot by police. That's what they concluded and then when you cited that they pull at study back tell us what happened there. The author's the authors track I cited at in both congressional testimony, House Judiciary Committee on policing and in a Wall Street Journal. Badin on June second. this created a firestorm of hostility against the authors There was a petition that went around with thousands of signatures, denouncing their their research because I had cited it and put it into the public. Now, ordinarily you're an academic sitting there in your library, the the what you're living for is for your work to enter the public discourse and have an effect But in the current climate if it comes out in the wrong side of the debate then you become pariahs. So these authors. Asked that the work be retracted even though they said, they stand by their findings and their methodology. This is absolutely unprecedented. Continue the site that study based on your work. and. I'm hanging it around their neck into that. They. Came to that conclusion that conclusion as valid that conclusion is real and it's the truth and I don't care what they say about pulling it back, I'm going to continue to use it heather. I want to thank you for joining me today keep us up in this This is unprecedented period of time in terms of speed control that we're we're facing right now. Thank you and we'll hope for law and order to return. That's what scares me the most even now. Thank you. Thanks Heather. David Clarke in for Vicki McKenna. This is the Vicki Montana. Show. Today. Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke. We started fast out of the gates I wanna go back again and It gets them disclaimer soon whatnot this is a victim Kennedy. Show you all tune in to hear Vicki McKenna time to time. She needs some time off well, desert time off and It's an honor for me to sit in the chair here and Guess her host her show but I keep in mind you all are her listeners. She's built up this listening base and I wanNA respect that although Vicki gives me wide latitude to express my own views, my views Vicki's views are parallel in most areas so I won't get way off the the plantation. So to speak if I can use that word and I say that just because I will use at work I, left the plantation a long time ago the liberal plantation of of liberal. Ideology. Anyway. if I say something that rubs you the wrong way. You know what? Get over yourself number one number two too short. Don't worry about it. This is not a debate come on the shoulder share my views with you. So take it out on me if I do say something that. Maybe differs from what Vicki's take might be on some of this stuff. Don't worry about it. Also you can follow me on social media. At Parlor P. A. R., L. E. R. I quit twitter. Never to return at least. Not In the near future I got tired of twitter. stewing the same to me that that. My last guests at McDonald's is going have having happened to her on Youtube and other sites were there. Suppressing her speech. Your twitter was suppressing my speech. Every time I I stayed at something that was fact. But it was a little too conservative for them. They said, I violated their terms of use whatever and they suspended me and they wanted me to take it down and so on and so forth and I just got tired of it. So back in January I said, that's it. I'm done I heard about this other site parlor smaller the twitter, but it's growing right now the very short period of time. probably started there in February maybe February. Maybe March. I've built up a base of on closing in on two hundred thousand followers, which is quite a feat because it started with zero you know maybe four, five, six months ago I was up to nearly a million on twitter but the heck with that. I don't go by that. I. Express my views on things and try to. Spark debate and discussion. That's I. Don't know everything not right on everything but I have some views strongly held views on things and I'm not going to allow anybody to suppress those views stuff. So you can follow me on parlor. My handle is the same as that on twitter at sheriff? Clarke CLA get my book. Read it. COP under fire. The. beyond Hashtags of race crime and politics for better America's the subtitle. Bailable at Amazon or your favorite bookseller. And the book gives me an opportunity to expand on some of the. strongly-held beliefs that I have. When you're on TV, and radio, you have to talk in sound bites, and so they only give you two three, four five minutes is a long interview on TV. And oftentimes, you might say some things that leave people scratching their head and how do you come up with that? So if you read that book It. It's the long take of a lot of these issues that are facing us today, which is why use the subtitle beyond Hashtags of race crime and politics. For A Better America. Heather McDonald my last guest. She's been on this police thing for a long time police researches what she does. And It was even before the days of Ferguson Missouri She's one of the early one that. term the came up with the term. The Ferguson effect where she said that this was twenty, fifteen? Ladies and gentlemen. That this. This war, on, cops. Would cause police to take a step back not be aggressive and assertive as they need to be, and it would be detrimental to communities especially, the ghetto the American ghetto leased with police are leading the needed the most. Where the quality of life is for crap and the only thing standing behind a good in between, I should say a good law abiding black person of which the ghetto has a lot of love. But the only thing standing between them and a decent quality of life is the American police officer more times than not a white police officer not always but more times than not. And no matter how you know indepth she goes in this thing, she feels all the layers back she no bias in our her research. She comes to the conclusion that there is no systemic. Racism and police, and there is if you look at the data and there have been other people who have. done this as well to The, Washington Post did a study and there were some others an can't find any either. So it doesn't exist when you hear this sort of thing. You know you know it's a bunch of nonsense bunch of smears. A bunch of lies a bunch of propaganda of being used to. Conduct feet down on the American police officer. And it's it's having. A catastrophic effect. In terms of. Rising crime. Rates. All over the country. In all your major urban centers and you know who suffers the most? Black people. And you don't find black lives matter or black lives matter as I like to call them. Vermin you won't find that they're nowhere to be found. We come back from the break. I want to get into this situation with officer Mensa from the while we're towards the police department, who was a the other night at his home? There's some things I want to talk about I want to raise that I have still have questions on. In terms of that incident and everything else going on. around surrounding his situation there with allow does the police department I'm David Clarkin, Vicki McKenna. This is Vicki McKenna show. We gotta take a break. WanNa, get into this incident that happened in. Tulsa the other day. While we're told police officer on leave of Mensa. Those events was at home with residents anyway with a girlfriend in the. Insurrectionists riot riot maker goons from Milwaukee area black lives matter lice matter showed up and began taunting in like last night I ended up attacking. This is the reports of it anyway. And all I can go on is the news accounts of have some sources that I talked to over the weekend as it was happening. Again I wanted to wait until I. got more facts. That's what I do. what you learn in law enforcement spent nearly forty years. As you know, the first facts are those most subject to change. Stuff is coming in. You know in real time like you gotta sit back. You gotta wait process for more to commence if you corroborate it. And so I wanted to give it another day at. Didn't get a chance to talk about it yesterday but I'm GonNa talk about it today more in terms of some questions that I have. This is the. REPORT FROM TAX THE NEWS RELEASE The news release from the. City while Tulsa police. Department and I'll just read it. It's not that long on August eight, twenty, twenty, approximately eight Oh five PM large group gathered the area north one hundred street and West Vienna City wildwood. Tulsa the group estimated to be between fifty and sixty people targeted the private residence of Wallet Tulsa. Police officer Joseph Mensah. Began to vandalize the home of cements attempted to establish a dialogue with the group was ultimately physically assaulted outside his home is off cemented retreated into the home armed protesters approached the rear door and a single shotgun rounds discharged by a member of the group until officer mentors backdoor the Wallet of Police Department Assistance in dispersing the crowd. From numerous neighboring agencies at the time the investigation. into. This incident is I'm going once more information becomes available for the communications will be issued. While we're told, the police department is actively monitoring reported plans for demonstrations today Sunday. This was issued on Sunday. August night twenty, twenty all city of while it Tulsa police. Employees support the right to peacefully protest I get so sick of that. I get so sick of that qualifier we all know that we all respect. I write privilege to peacefully protest why do we have to say it? Why do we have to qualify that and we know the difference? And what we're seeing today and what happened out there on Sunday from the news reports and and it's it was relayed by this city of Walla toasted news release. That did not happen and I want to go on record once again said this yesterday. The idea of a peaceful protest. In this day and age right now is a myth. What we're seeing what we are witnessing. Go on the streets of our city in the public square is not peaceful protests and rioting. It's riot starting. It's insurrection. ISM. And it's not being dealt with A. Certainly by the police and and before. I go further with that I wanNA make clear I am not criticising the frontline officers there under orders. Under, orders to stand down. That's not helping that's leaving citizens in this case. this police officer Joseph Mensah. In, a very dangerous situation. Now. There's a couple of questions I had. About this I am this these decisions he had to make. Of Cement. So he went out there to establish dial I. Don't know why you'd WanNa Talk to these idiots these imbeciles. It is futile to try to communicate with them. They're not listening. They don't WanNA listen they don't care. They're there to raise hell to intimidate you and to frighten you. Don't understand it, but you know it's a decision he made I'm not critical of it but I don't know what he was trying to do is putting himself in harm's way they attacked his girlfriend to. Vandalize the home a shotgun blast into the home. I would never confront these individuals. On armed. Never ever ever. Now I know in the case of officer Mensa, he doesn't need any more. Problems. At are you gone out there armed? And had to use that firearm. Now he's got another thing going on that he doesn't need right now but I don't know why he didn't stay in the house and use that for concealment cover until law enforcement Gothard the other question I had. For my source at the time spoke to, as this was going on on Sunday I said, why wasn't that how planted by the well police Wherever plant on his house. Providing Protection In the information I got I don't know if this is true or not. First of all, let me say something else before I go on. I don't have all of the information. Nobody does only the wall Tulsa. Police Department does but I've been doing this for a long time. I had been doing it for very? Long, time. Investigating these sorts of things. And whenever we had the report. Of An officer that had received threats. We gave that officer a police radio to take home to keep. In his or her residence so they could directly communicate with dispatch. If they needed the cops there right away, not having to go through one and all that nonsense. Pick up the radio and say you know we signed him a unit number three twenty three house is under assault Blah Blah Blah Blah and a dispatch was aware of it that there was a plant on the house and you could get somebody you can cut down the response time. And if it was a very serious nature, we'd plant the House. So little surprised, and like I said, maybe I have some wrong information your answer. Okay. Like to still ask the question why the house wasn't planted. And I was told it was. But the there was a shift change and and one squad left before the other one got there and that's when this happened I don't know if that's true. However if it is, there was a breakdown. Insecurity there was A. Breakdown insecurity you cannot leave that residents until the next shift arrives. If. That's what have. I don't know. But apparently. It took. Some other jurisdictions arrived before Tosa policed it to information. I'm just telling you the information I got from an inside source. That's problematic. Highly. problematic. So Anyway. Different Agency showed up and and and they kind of shoe him away. Troublemakers and. No rest were made that night. My understanding was. But I, think that there should be an internal investigation. Going on within the Walla Tosa Police Department as to how the security broke down if that's what happened if not, well, then no big deal in terms of an internal investigation. Why was that house left and covered him for a short period of time if it was supposed to be covered. And where were they? Covering it from because if we look back. At a situation that that happened in Greenfield Wisconsin several weeks ago where these same idiots. Imbeciles showed up at a residence in Greenfield because the guy had a sign in the yard, we'd back the Badger we support. Greenfield police whatever. And they descended on his home these troublemakers. And they started harassing him. That's not. Protest that's not even protests period the heck with peaceful protest. That's even. You. Do not have a right to harass people. As part of protests. You do not have a right to engage in disorderly acts. As part of protests. One of the questions I have is. Why? Are the usually the same goons anyway the same leaders. Why aren't they being charged arrested and charged with inciting a riot? That's what they're doing. and. It doesn't necessarily have to be at the state level not much is going to happen. Anyway we'RE GONNA get anything out of Johnson. Not Going, to happen. He's afraid. John Chisholm doesn't want these people turning on him and showing up at his house. Because that's what they're doing right now. But let me read the Federal Statute for inciting a riot. It's eighteen US code twenty, one, zero, two as used in this chapter. The term riot means a public disturbance involving an act or acts of violence by one or more persons part of an assemblage of three or more persons which act or act shell contribute constitute a clear and present danger of or shall result in damage or injury to the property of any other person or to the person of any other individual or a threat or threats of the Commission of an act or act of violence by one or more persons part of an assemblage of three or more persons having individually or collectively the ability of immediate execution of such threat or threats were the performance of the threatened act. Of Violence would constitute a clear and present danger or would result in damage or injury to the property of any other person or to the person of any other individual. That's exactly the behavior. These goons are engaged them. That's the federal. Statute. State Statute is similar. But enough is enough. It's time to up the ante and to arrest these goons and charge them federally. Now it there's a part here to rioting and inciting to right. The right to protest is one of the oldest and most respected rights in the American democratic system the right assisted citizens to peacefully protest. Is Protected by First Amendment Rights Free Speech. Of course, there are limits to even that most important right and the right to protest doesn't permit violence or the incitement to violence. Protests. That turned violent are called riots. And First Amendment rights aside there are laws against rioting and inciting others to riot. That you should know before taking to the streets. The following article looks at Federal Prohibitions Against Writing, inciting to riot nichols out. and. That's from the site criminal dot fine law dot. com. They are engaged in inciting riots. To my knowledge today, there haven't been any arrests made for inciting riots. All I hear people have the right to proud. This statute says that is not protest. It's rioting. When you show up and you start threatening people, you start vandalizing the property. That's beyond your first. Amendment right. To protest yet, everybody runs around walking on eggshells. Well, you know peaceful pro. Well, you know it's the right and they have the right to put. That's not protest. It is writing and words matter here. Words matter here. We're going to get into some more of this. After the break David Clarke in for Vicki McKenna. This is the Vicki. Ten show. Went to the break I was talking about this federal statute of inciting a riot. There's also a state statute, but I don't WanNa come state because they don't have the T- they don't have the will. Down she hasn't doesn't have the will to get involved in this. He doesn't want these monsters turning on him, but eventually they will. By the way upon conviction of this federal, inciting a riot. Statue crying federal crime of writing is punishable by fines imprisonment for up to five years or both and I think nice thing about the US federal system federal code is there's no leniency. Very little room for the judge top rated. There's no suspended sentence there's no probation and you're going to serve five years. We have to do is we have to change the calculus of these imbeciles, these idiots, these animals. Which is react to circumstances. That's why I call him animals. That's what animals they just react to circumstances. They don't think. They don't have the ability to think. But John Wanted Johnson. Doesn't turn him but know what they eventually might. Here's another thing to think. John was still sitting on case decision and the officer meant that he needs to make a damn decision. He's afraid. Because he knows what the likely outcome is. and. Want them coming to his house. To Riot. That's why he won't make a decision. And I think what you have here is the city while Tulsa waiting for his decision so that they can make a decision. And they're waiting for him John Waiting for them hoping they make the decision to fire him that he can kind of slide this under the carpet. And you have off cemented twisting in the wind. Message to John Chisholm. Make. Damn decision. This has gone on too long. You want to continue with us. You can stream the program WNBA DOT COM. I'll take another break. This is David Clarke in for Vicki McKenna. This is Ken show. We're GONNA continue with police stuff. On, the other side of the break. and. Shane Tall is not the same thing I've seen at the Fisher House the Fisher. House, I know is a huge part of recovery for somebody like my husband for them to know that their family members are being taken care of that's a huge burden off of them so they can concentrate on their therapies. 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"<music> it's a sultry friday night. The fourth of july nineteen forty seven in hollister california population forty five hundred this normally quiet town known for growing garlic is throwing the sound of thousands of bikers revving engines as they roar into town and head for the bars. It's not long before a rowdy crowd spills out out of the bars after having had a few too many creating a drunken ruckus on main street and that gets the attention of two journalists assigned to cover this gathering. They approached one of the bikers. It's eddie davenport and he's leaning on his harley and guzzling beer. Excuse me about i'm jay c doty san francisco chronicle. This is my photo man bob peterson. Can we get a few shots of you anura. What is it a harley. Davidson sure is snap away boys just to dress up the scene a bit for effect. The photographer adds a few more beer bottles before shooting. So how do i look eddie's shirt is unbuttoned. His gut is hanging out. He hoists beers in both hands. He stares into the camera with a blank expression of a man best described. It is completely hammered. One of these photos is about to make harley history. Hollister will be forever branded as the birthplace of the outlaw biker movement and harley davidson will be the choice machine of these greasy boozed up degenerates. You look swell eddie. Eighty four thousand writers are here for a stop on the gypsy tour. You're a respectable social event sanctioned by the american motorcycle association about five hundred of those writers have no interest in our respectable social event. They're members of bike clubs with boozing and brawling on their singular agenda. The irony is that many of these alleged outlaws or world world war two veterans men who can't adjust to normal postwar life. They're looking for kicks and they're finding them right here in this small california l. a. -fornia town the hostile event is a hot mess but it's far from the hellish mayhem described in doty's back page story writers steered their machines jeans into bars crashing into fixtures furniture bottles and mirrors. They defied all traffic regulations racing full speed through the streets and intersections and right there are actually only fifty nine arrests mostly for drunk and disorderly conduct. Couple of bikers sustained minor injuries but no oh civilians are hurt and the town bars make more than fifty thousand dollars. The event would've probably ended there if it had remained local local story but when life magazine runs the davenport photo in late july these rowdy hooligans horrify americans none one more so than the law abiding conservative executive of harley davidson damn foles william davidson slaps down a copy happy of life magazine onto his desk in disgust. It's pages opened the photos. He turns to his assistant and stabs his finger at the photo of davenport. Look at this drunken oaken slob sitting on one of our bikes. Why the hell would life run something like this. I guess it sells magazines sir well. I'm trying trying to sell motorcycles. Not beat up stripped down machines. These punks can use to terrorize people. This isn't the last time davidson's temporary emperor is going to rise. Those vets looking for a good time. We'll be overshadowed by serious. Outlaw harley writers and cultural changes in america that will embrace all he despises and there will be global challenges to a market he owns for now hm shipping and mailing from your desk has never been simpler than with sunpro online from pitney bowes with central online from pitney bowes. This is just click sand and say for his lowest four ninety nine. That's four dollars and ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats and packages right from your desk and you are back to business in no time and for being a business wars listener you'll receive a free thirty day trial to get started and a free ten n. pound scale to ensure that you never overpay starting at four ninety nine per month. You can also qualify for special u._s._p._s. rates for letters and priority mail shipping calculate exact postage online and print posters right there from your p._c. Save time and money on mailing and shipping with central online go to p._b. Dot com slash b._w._i. To access this special offer for a free thirty day trial plus a free ten pounds scale to get started that's p._b. Dot com slash v._w. Experience shipping made simple with a free trial of centro online from pitney bowes from. I'm wondering i'm david brown and this is business wars <music> <music> those of us who loved to ride motorcycles often often struggled to find the right words to explain our addiction to these machines. A lot of bikers wear a patch on their jackets. That reads if i had to explain it. You wouldn't understand stand if you do well. You're in the club. Maybe that's one reason. Motorcyclists seemed to travel impacts. We were rather tribal bunch. There's also something addictive about the pulsing offset rhythm of a twin cylinder harley engine rump <unk> thump thump thump thump thump like an echo of a human heartbeat the rumble becoming a roar with a twist of the wrist. If you know nothing else about bikes you can close your eyes and when i say the word motorcycle it's likely the outline of a harvey that comes to mind an american classic with a basic architecture that can be traced straight back to its roots in a milwaukee bicycle shop of a century ago yet that bulky timeless silhouette will also turn out to be harleys achilles heel you if you've got a need for speed the visceral thrill of pushing the limits as the world turns into a blur harley can feel like a tractor compared to the the cutting edge handling and refined performance of lean machine like say the kawasaki ninja h. two are or the suzuki high abruzzo. Perhaps shoe prefer the old world craftsmanship of british built triumph or the teutonic practicality of a b._m._w. There are others of course new. Kadi's indians sean's hondas more than just brands machines with seoul reflections of their writers extensions of ourselves and for almost a century now these iron horses have been battling it out on race tracks and roadways hoping to earn our loyalty a lasting place in our hearts and our garages motorcycles were barely a blip on the transportation seen in the u._s. The early twentieth century but they've grown into a ninety billion in dollar global market harley davidson exists at the center of the story gets managed to survive after so many challenges of died as we begin again the six part series harley the biker wars hang on tight his this ride could get wild real fast. This is episode one. The british invaders when america enters world war two in nineteen forty one harley davidson is conscripted to make ninety thousand bikes for military sir american motorcycle despatch writers train on forces just as difficult as they will find soon in action in africa in alaska in the south pacific or on the continent of europe for following knowing these tests there are two bottle around the world in forty two harley davidson issues a press release to loyal customers given the war effort manufacturing factoring will be cut back. He'd strikes just the right patriotic tone. The harley davidson you had hoped to ride is out of the front helping to win the the war. We know you're glad to forgo your dream motorcycle. So the brave lads an uncle. Sam's forces are whipped with the latest and the best during the war years harley. Davidson makes only a handful of motorcycles for civilians though a trickle is better than nothing. The company doesn't doesn't make a mistake indian votes all its resources to the war leaving domestic consumers high and dry by nineteen forty seven american. G._i.'s are back jobs are plentiful. The economy is booming and folks have money to spend. It's time for harley davidson to kick start production william. H davidson savvy tough boss understands after the devastating war. People are looking for a good time. He's learned that trying trying to sell people on the motorcycle as a utility vehicle is a lot harder than selling a mighty harley as an instrument of pleasure. Nobody actually needs a motorcycle so davidson has to make them want one and he knows exactly who he has to persuade i during the nineteen forty seven national dealers conference in milwaukee. He organizes an event for the dealers with a kind of secrecy typically reserved for a military special ops briefing briefing on november twenty four representatives from about eight hundred harley davidson dealers from around the country arrive on a freezing night. They're bundled onto railway cars headed for well. If they have no idea where they're going eight miles later they find out the train stops at the city of walla tosa a couple of harley dealers step off the train into the frigid cold as a light snow dusts the platform the callers are up their shoulders hunched in their breath comes out in gusts of condensation any idea what davidson's davidson got up his sleeve no. I just hope we're going someplace warm now. Finally the group arrives at their mysterious location. A massive spanking spanking new harley davidson manufacturing center four hundred thousand square feet spread over almost twenty two acres cost over one and a half million dollars to build the company's been doing well davidson ushers the group in they look around astonished honest the sheer size of the operation gentlemen welcome to the harley davidson world of tomorrow as many have you know i've been talking about the future a lot lately about a far reaching expansion program to keep harley davidson in the lead. Now you see with your own eyes is that we mean business. It is an impressive sight. Everything looks state of the art. This place looks amazing. But what exactly have you got planned for us. A brand new factory should make a brand new bike right exactly davidson's going to do just that he has has to. He's well aware that the british are coming and they're bringing bikes that are fast lightweight and easy to handle basically basically the opposite of the massive harley hogs british imports like norton b._s._a. In triumph or attracting younger buyers who can't afford an eight hundred dollar plus harley gentlemen harley davidson is known for creating the ultimate cruising motorcycles. They're big they're strong and and no one can beat them. Though a few folks overseas have tried tonight. You're the first to see something completely eighty different. It's what many of you have been asking for. Davidson gives a nod and to attendance pull off the cover unveiling the new by it's low-slung sleep and simple. The gas tank is painted gleaming black with harley davidson emblazoned in red on the side. It's a bike. Even a mother could love doc and for a harley. It's downright cute. She's a beauty a it's the single cylinder three horsepower s. one twenty five model only weighs one hundred seventy pounds and she tops out of his safe user-friendly speed of forty five miles per hour and the price tag is under three three hundred dollars. You're young customers are going to live that. Step up and get a closer look. The franchise owners move in and surround around the small by two dealers stand back and take it all in its impressive can't wait to get it in the showroom back in florida. You know i think bill's right teenagers old folks heck. Even women can ride this thing. Few women ride motorcycles but the s. one twenty-five could change that the perky you bike impresses the dealers but in truth it has a foreign pedigree when the war ended the allied nations divided up all sorts of nazi germany's intellectual property you that included blueprints for a by created in germany in nineteen nineteen but decay w r._t. One twenty five it's inefficient two stroke motorcycle called called dusk line of thunder or the little marvel americans confiscated the design and handed it over to the biggest american motorcycle company. The dealers colors are now hovering over its revamped clone. The bike becomes available just in time for christmas and it's a smart move. It'll account for a third of the year sales but harleys bread and butter is still. It's hulking high horsepower cruising machine. Since the late nineteen thirties the company's the biggest calling card has been the first mass produced superbike on the planet the rumbling knucklehead nicknamed for its distinct two cylinder engine with to knuckle like bolts sticking out over the years harley davidson v twin engines all carry affectionate pet names based on unique mechanical styling flathead knucklehead pan head head and shovel head. You didn't know better. You'd think a couple of serious mechanics discussing internal combustion engines were talking about halfway cartoon characters but in nineteen in forty-eight the newly debuted pan head is no joke and it's got a spine shattering fifty horsepower engine to prove it. It's the fastest most powerful cruising bike like a vailable in north america. It's massively popular and at five hundred sixty five pounds is the heftiest hog on the road in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight the company any set two new peacetime sales record harley owns the market in the u._s. Selling close to thirty thousand bikes while british imports trail at around five thousand meanwhile things are looking increasingly grim for harley's only american longtime rival indian motorcycle company. It's in a slow but steady financial tailspin toward bankruptcy but the harley davidson braintrust got there is on the foreign threat bill davidson sends a staffer to the nineteen forty nine london motorcycle show to do a little reconnaissance when the staffer returns he immediately gives gives davidson a debriefing b._s._a. Norton triumph they're all hot to divide up the american market and it seems they have no choice. The theme of the show was export or die. Davidson is absorbing. This is his staffer continues. The government is short on raw materials so they're making their companies guarantee seventy five percent of production abroad before they'll give them the materials to build more bikes. It gets worse because the british devalued their currency. They're in even cheaper. Competitor editor and brits are begging for work and willing to accept lower wages than american workers. Harley takes action but the kind of action is more in line with mob practices than an all american business. If a heart dealership sells anything even down what can of oil that doesn't bear the harley imprint. They're cut off and god forbid. A dealer offers a foreign made bike eventually these strong arm tactics get the attention of the feds in september timber nineteen forty-nine the federal trade commission charges harley davidson with monopolistic practices. The f._t._c. accuses the company of using intimidation and coercion the force some seven hundred dealerships to do business exclusively with harley that means you can't sell anything that doesn't have the harley davidson name on it the f._t._c. forces harder to back off giving british bikes and opening soon motorcycles are britain's third largest largest export after cars and whiskey. Harley sales are down by half. What seemed like a manageable. Challenge has become a serious threat. 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He's the englishman behind the company's dedicated invasion but he's more than just a savvy businessman. He's a gifted designer and engineer considered by many the frank lloyd wright of the bike world. He loves to ride and he loves america on this trip to florida turner's buddy ride coats riding shotgun with him so add word is you're working on a new bike something very special just for as yanks indeed i am. It's a four stroke engine six fifty c._d._c.'s all the horse power any law abiding american needs to outrun the police. So what do you calling it. Not sure haven't come up with anything just yet say a motel over there interesting name may he thunderbird bird motel sure i guess thunderbird. I like the sound of that name sticks <music> the bike makes its debut in nineteen forty nine and it catches on fast. It's almost two hundred pounds lighter than harleys five hundred sixty pound n._f._l. Twelve hundred knucklehead but every bit as powerful on the business side turner is the driving force behind the u._s. based triumph corporation which sets up shop in baltimore in january of nineteen fifty one at this point more triumphs are being sold in america than britain or anywhere else in the world and the success goes beyond the showroom and daytona beach florida one hundred eleven getaway for the start of the two hundred mile ama motorcycle classic one of the world's most dangerous interest rates as norton's and triumphs build a six places. It was reading victory british machine. It's all bloody good news for triumph and rider ryder. Bobby turner set the speed record of one hundred thirty two miles per hour on his thunderbird the u._k. Company is making headlines. The suits in milwaukee are fed up. Bill davidson plans a counterattack. He enlists the help of the united states government in june a fifty one harley approach approach the u._s. tariff commission claiming that english motorcycles or attempting to put harley out of business. They're moderately priced. Machines cost a a third less than harleys. That's the some of their lame defense. The triumphs are much cheaper. Harley asks the commission to ensure the number of british bikes imported to the u._s. Does not exceed more than ten percent of all american made bikes considering that harley produces virtually all of the bikes made in the u._s. At this point it's obvious the demand is self serving the u._s. Senate calls for hearings harley davidsons lawyers arrived with three longtime dealers who lay out their sob story of being so unfairly undercut then it's the british importers turn triumphs brought along a dozen dealer and sales reps from domestic manufacturers indian mustang but the most powerful testimony nonni comes from a former harley employees alfred rich child child is adaptor englishman who single handedly established charlie strong markets in africa and the far east in one thousand nine hundred eighty one. He wrote a harley from cape town to cairo setting up dealerships along the way so now child imports english made b._s._a. Bikes but he knows a lot about harley davidson his previous employer and he's happy to spill his thoughts in washington mister china. The floor is yours. Thank you senator. I'll get right to the point. Harley davidson makes it fine motorcycle within no strangest price-fixing they've threatened and manipulated dealers all with a single goal of creating a monopoly in the motorcycle industry. The child sits motionless waiting for the crowd to simmer down anything else mr child. Oh yes harley davidson. Davidson insists customers of buying british motorcycles simply because they're less expensive in fact harleys marketshare slipping because holly isn't making motorcycles. The public wants in fact people are buying british motorcycles because they're just as good if not better than what's being manufactured in milwaukee we we have a few examples for you. Child gestures to the back of a hearing room a triumph and other u._k. Bikes are wheeled up front and center in the the senate chambers committee members lean in for a closer look at the gleaming machines harleys aware that all parties are bringing examples of their handiwork and they provide a hulking example of their own from milwaukee assuming it will be met with nothing less than admiration. They're wrong. A senator takes a close us. Look at it so that's the harley must weigh. A ton child is not done. I'd like to point out that it's is the only bike that had to be taken a pot to fit into the elevator members of the tariff border at the senate hearing the board comes to a decision decision. It resoundingly rejects harleys request for a duty increase. The subtext is loud and clear stop whining build smaller mahler bikes learn how to compete with foreign imports. The british are gleeful. Especially triumph. Harley davidson has been sandbagged for now but it's still the biggest motorcycle company in the united states. It's still has some fight left and it's going to need it. The war is just beginning and it has battlefronts. No one in milwaukee ever dreamed up on the next episode. Harley will have its hands full not just with domestic competition but with british triumph which wants nothing less than total market domination in the nineteen fifties and harleys chief will agonize as by gangs rev up to take the harley name on a long dart deadly ride from wondering this is business ward. We hope you enjoyed this episode. Hey can't get enough of business wars scroll on over to business daily. We'll keep you up to date on the most compelling competitions in commerce today in the time. It takes to brush your teeth. Please subscribe on apple podcasts casts spotify google podcast stitcher iheartradio or wherever you listen to podcasts you'll find the link on the episode notes simply tap or swipe over the cover art. 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Democrats cant join a China Task Force, because theyre already Communists

Vicki McKenna

35:24 min | 10 months ago

Democrats cant join a China Task Force, because theyre already Communists

"Broadcasting Live from planet managing where everything is beyond parody. He's the victim mechanics show. To be a part of the program, you Madison called three to one thirteen, ten, statewide call toll free at eight, seven, seven to three, hundred, thirteen, ten. Now. Here's Vicki McKay. Good afternoon. Welcome. To the program, this is Vicky mccown show. Come Shenanigans. I Call Shenanigans. So does it appear? Does the Milwaukee County. Chief. Medical Examiner. He's calling Cova Shenanigans. Bread Healy the macgyver institute calling Kovic Shenanigans and read Healy macgyver institute is also calling Shenanigans on political fact and these other so-called checking outfits. He'll be on the program to talk about that as the State of Wisconsin looks to manipulate the number. Of covid positives in the state. At least give the impression that there are more positives than there. Actually are because we've got the state not counting negatives. I'll let bread explain that coming up on the program. At the so called fact checkers. Are claiming that the macgyver institute analysis of this is wrong. macgyver institute says Oh. No, we're not wrong. Anyway that's coming up on the program also on the program. Congressman. Mike Gallagher. Led the Task Force, it led the development of the Task Force. On China and the Communist Party. Asked for Democrats to help him out got a whole Bunch of Democrats eleven of them. Well I guess that's a whole bunch given that most Democrats are communists. But, he got eleven democrats to want to join the task force to talk about some of the very serious security issues that we face. Regarding China. Nancy Pelosi told him. They were not permitted to join the task force, but there were an awful lot of recommendations coming out of that task force and a lot of research that went into the development of those recommendations and the threat of China is far greater than the mainstream media or the Joe Biden campaign would like anybody to understand. So we'll get to that coming up on the program as well. James Comey. I don't recall. I. Don't recall. I don't know I just don't remember that was James Comey under oath as he was grilled by Josh Hawley. Shown to just simply be lying his ass off under oath. We'll talk about that coming up on the program as well. Let's start here though. I Call Shenanigans. Going to get you later on the program now. So those of you on the Milwaukee sight of this broadcast, this is going to be on the Madison side of the show and that is the. Unusual situation of voters trying to get a judge to declare something legal when there hasn't been a legal challenge to at trump is going to join me on the program a little bit later on. All right. But to the Milwaukee County chief medical examiner we go. And I would say, well, done W. I ascend channel twelve. And the story by Kent Wainscott. The medical examiner in Milwaukee County says that the state is over counting Cova? Deaths. Period the state is over counting Cova dozen the way the chief medical examiner in Milwaukee County one doctor Brian Peterson knows this is because the Milwaukee County deaths from covid are different in Milwaukee County than they are in the state. The Way Milwaukee County counts Cova Dad's is when people die of Kobe nineteen. The way, the state of Wisconsin counts Cova deaths is when people die with. Covert. Just in Milwaukee County. The State of Wisconsin has increased the death count by one hundred by one hundred. And the medical is saying, yeah, it's too high. It's just flatly to high. Here's what he says. There are simply lumping everything into one basket. So if they have covert anywhere on a death certificate. They're calling that a cove related death I don't believe. That's true. And the State of Wisconsin says yeah. That is what we're doing. So if somebody has stage cancer. And covid. And then stage cancer kills them. But they had covid. That's a Cova death. End Stage Diseases that takes the lives of people who have them. Are Cova deaths if at the same time they die from that end stage disease they have Kobe and. If it's happening in Milwaukee County, it's happening all over the state. We'll get to that coming up with bread healy, macgyver institute. He's next. Welcome back to the program. Quick sort of heads up particularly for those of you who are in the Walla Tosa area just got a note from a friend who is law enforcement source. Word is decision from the Milwaukee. DA's office on the third Mensa shooting is coming today or tomorrow cement barricades are already up at Mayfair, National Guard on standby. GOONS are getting ready so For those of you in the wall Tosa area. There could be some action if the DA releases the decision, the charging decision on officer Joseph Mensah. Because people are just looking for a reason to break stuff and burn stuff. All right. The radical left at is when I say people, I mean the radical left. And the folks who are either directly or indirectly associated with Antifa the idea antifa. All Right Bread Healy McIvor institute is on the phone with me right now. You know before we get to your analysis of positive cova cases in Wisconsin you're the one who expose that the state of Wisconsin, is not counting negatives again. But before we get to that another story that was the subject of a deep dive by McIvor institute was the story about Co Morbidity. Serious Co morbidity and you were able to use information because from the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's office because the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office is actually doing a pretty good job of making sure they take down the data right and what we found was that a significant number of people had serious co morbidity days, and now we hear from the Milwaukee County. Medical Examiner himself. That the state of Wisconsin is not using the information provided by the EMI in Milwaukee County. The State of Wisconsin instead is deciding that people who didn't die of covid actually did die of Cova boosting the numbers by a minimum of one hundred deaths in Wisconsin, and in of course, we assume that if they're doing in the Milwaukee. County with Milwaukee County deaths, they're doing it with others. So I I'm GonNa ask you to comment on that since your organization's been following this story. Good afternoon Vicky thanks for having me on Yeah. You're exactly right We did a story on this back in early August and we must give a shout out to or see more and Chris Claremont they're the two who brought this actually to our attention and they Initially, crunch the data to show that at the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's office. There were a lot of individuals mart Colbrad deaths that had serious co morbidity he's and if you actually go to the spreadsheet that's available to you. It's Kinda striking. There are many people on a spreadsheet who have four, five, six, serious co morbidity. And some to the point where you question wasn't really Cova. That took their life and and so we did this story back in August. it does raise I think some serious questions about how all of this is being recorded and what it means for the public policy debate we're having for the the the conversation we're having about cove nineteen. In the way it's progressing through our state in our population It is very, very concerning that. I. Mean this is. What's shocking here is that you have. A local unit of government calling out the state DHS for the way, the recording Kobe deaths, and you're calling out the local unit of government for the way they were recording Cova does because youth awed and the data suggests that the way Milwaukee County is counting Cova does over counts. Cova does and the Milwaukee. County. Medical Examiner is saying that the state goes even further. The state actually says, if someone has, let's say n stage. Cancer and also has cove, but it was the n stage cancer determined by the that killed that person. The state calls it a Cova death and the Emmy says there's at least a hundred more deaths reported by the State of Wisconsin. The Milwaukee County medical examiner reports to Milwaukee County, and this is after an investigation by your group and the and the work by CR G that suggests in Milwaukee County itself maybe over counting Cova debts. Take. A step back and think about that per second one hundred deaths that the monkey county. Medical. Examiner's office questions whether it's Kobe in one county. Now. Try and extrapolate that for all seventy two counties. And suddenly you're talking about a pretty big number of deaths that essentially. could be. Something other than covert. And again. In the in the in the name of transparency and. Let's talk about this. Let's have this conversation Governments Iverson Administration Secretary. Palm. Don't hide it from us. Why can't we have a conversation about whether or not? These deaths recorded this way or if they should should not be recorded as Cova Death I. that's what I don't understand is is this constant push every we're finding a new example constant push Iverson administration to try to hide this data agree, and all you can all you can come back to is that they're trying to control the narrative to their liking and they're afraid that if the people of Wisconsin had all the data, the real data. That they would buy what? They're selling right and readying another shutdown potentially as well. Particularly, since speaker boss has indicated, he has no intention of trying to get in the way of Tony vs a legally. Issuing more emergency orders. So I mean we potentially are looking at Tony Ebbers readying the argument for another shutdown and at the exact same time trying to throw a screwball into the November third election like they did in the eleventh hour before the spring elections, I mean it the only way to explain the hiding the data is incompetence in which case people ought to be fired or deliberate deception in which case the press ought to expose what is going on all right to your to your analysis and I talked about this a just a few days ago. The State of Wisconsin when people go in for Cova tests, don't count negatives from people who have been tested more than once, but they are counting all positives. So if you go it so I went and got a Koka test I've said this a couple of months ago got a Cova test was negative. Now, if I get exposed to somebody else and I go get another covid test completely different conditions but my second negative wouldn't count. That's an artificial. That's an artificial increase in the rate of positive cova tests because negatives are not being counted and you were accused of bad math for pointing that out. Yeah and Think about this for second. This our story. Our research wouldn't matter if you were talking about a handful of tests. That weren't being counted. That weren't being used to calculate the positivity rate in the state, but we're not talking about a few. We're not talking about a few hundred a few thousand we're talking over six, hundred, thousand cast. Not, being counted, not being used to determine the positivist rate. And again, you go back to the transparency and the open open. This question why wouldn't we have this conversation about whether or not those test that sizeable number six, hundred, thousand it's almost a third of all the tasks given. A mistake are being ignored when they when they calculate the positivity rates. And Think about I, mean that's almost unbelievable that the people who supposedly are scientists who believe in science however, you WanNa put it. They're going to ignore that huge group of task. How was that right? How does that lead to a better understanding of what we're going through what what the virus is doing the stink it doesn't and it goes back to. You scratch your head and you wonder why wouldn't they share this information this data with the public why wouldn't they and I'll tell you why the the fact and then the facebook fact check claiming that somehow. Logic is wrong on this was persuasive in fact. So on persuasive, was it that it was also one persuasive to the DA asks which has now begun because of your analysis to report all positives and negative test results in Wisconsin in just positive new cases. And ignoring all the negative tests of people who have been tested more than once. If this was meant missing information. If this was ridiculous, it's put a fax says it is. Wouldn't. Have duty not to report it. Instead. Less than twelve hours after the fact rates are research at pants on fire or whatever, and they they flag it on facebook less than twelve hours later D.. H. As publishes to new graphs with the exact information we asked about. So, why is back? Trying to carry water for the Iverson Administration when the administration. Dot Com with one eighty and in cuts them off at the knees. That's what I don't get and you're still. On facebook and still being censored when you at the time when when we could count on the media to be cynical to ask question to to demand answers from government officials and instead here they're coming after us for doing what used to be their job. Over at that was before trump and that was before either is that was what? Yes. That was that was when Scott Walker was governor. I suppose we get another Republican governor will get that watchdog media going again. Good to have you on the program everybody. Please you'd have to go directly to macgyver institute DOT COM. DIVER INSTITUTE DOT COM. And if you keep trying to share facebook because. In complain if they don't let you post this because if enough people do and here's how you complain you say the State of Wisconsin itself agrees with macgyver institute. Thanks for coming up on the program today. Good to have you basically all right Brad Healy macgyver institute thing about that. You've got facebook censoring macgyver. On the data that the DHS just published because of the mcgyver institute analysis, we'll be right back and welcome back to the program. This is the Vicki McKenna show and I'm very delighted to have on the program. Congressman Mike Gallagher. Republican, Wisconsin who is one of the leaders of the? China. Task? Force. We have some Republicans that reached out to Democrats and asked everyone to get together and address the threat. That is China. Congressman Welcome to the program as I understand, the Democrats decided to to to bow out of the process of trying to assess. What the critical threat from China to the United States are. That's absolutely true. It's unfortunate into early on there were definite interest particularly among the national security focused rank and file Democrats. But at some point along the way Pelosi completely shut it down forbids them from participating and it's purely because she didn't want any criticism of China and the Chinese Communist Party to distract from criticism of president trump and you saw prominent colleagues. Of Mine, who were even on bills resolution that criticized the Chinese Communist Party handling of the corona virus outbreak and it's outright lies and deception improperly any campaign they were forced and coerced to rescind their sponsorship of those bills and they were called Dina Phobes and racist and this all culminated in a resolution last week where the Democrats basically suggested that any criticism of. China or the. Party is itself racist and xenophobic soak it's really unfortunate that they didn't participate in this important effort. I would say notwithstanding that two thirds of the bills that we identify and the reports are bipartisan you know they're a bill I have that made it in the final report called the networks act as Chuck Schumer as co-sponsor in the Senate. So there's no reason why the tax to be a partisan exercise but because of politics policy didn't WanNA participate but I'm proud of the work we did nonetheless let's let's talk about the accusation that any criticism of the Chinese Communist Party Aka the government that runs China that has been involved in everything from. Copyright infringement stealing product patents manipulating the the pharmaceutical marketplace here in the united. States lying about a virus incursions into into free zones in. Knowing, you gotta be somewhere. It's like really urgent. You don't want to do it over the phone. Some things just can't be said with an ll or no, MG. Something's just need to be done irl. So. You're getting a Nissan altima drive field. The turbo engine instantly react to give you more power and efficiency. So. You can get where you need to go. Hey Eric what are doing here like Social Post I liked it. Oh, thank you You know if there's a button for that, right? I'll do the Nissan Altima now offering the most advanced engine in its class. This is tech that helps you be there this is Nissan intelligent mobility. Automatic segmentation twenty, twenty ultimate platinum, versus latest in market competitors in the premium. It's is class available feature worlds first production, very impressionable engine launched by Nissan Motor Company Ltd in two thousand, eighteen that our allies the exportation of the ideology. The. anti-freedom. The. Absorption of the. NBA in Hollywood. And somehow it Zena phobic. You know it's almost like the Communist Party wrote them a press release and said here say this and isn't it interesting? That would be their response at a time when supposedly their candidates is going to be tough on China I find that I find that curious and I find that disturbing. Well, for forty seven years, Joe Biden has been stocked on China in twenty thirteen, he went to China. He was wined and dined by a General Secretary Xi Jinping Xi. Jinping for repeatedly referred to Joe Biden is good friends and Joe. Biden. was really at the epicenter of the overall strategic blunder we made and I should note there were the Republicans were were advocating this to integrate. China into the global economy in order to moderate their behaviour and that utterly failed destroyed American manufacturing and resulted in the rise of an adversary that is now an existential threat to the united. States. It just would be nice if this dame's leaders whether they are prominent members of the Democratic Party whether they're NBA stars whether they are Hollywood. Stars, Hollywood executives for whether they're big the. Constantly WanNA lecture US about racism more America's a terrible evil place would open their eyes and point out the fact that right now China's buildings open air concentration camps Xinjang for some fourteen million people they sent one million people to reeducation camps where they've been tortured and sterilize you know it the hypocrisy I think rubs a lot of people the wrong way and I think common sense. Wisconsin, I can understand the hypocrisy and the longer we ignored a threat that's growing the more we risk losing this competition before anyone even fires shot the more we re looking more like Communist. China go down tap. Communist China looking more like Communist China Open Air concentration camps, forced organ harvesting. Something that for some reason is horrifying is that is has gotten almost zero attention in the American media because I guess US making sure China was able to take advantage of an of an imbalance of trade imbalance. We decided to allow them access to our markets without demanding anything. Of them assuming that their access to the free market would turn them turn on the Inner Liberal Freedom Loving Democrat deep inside them with, of course, didn't work but it did make the nation rich and it did give the nation the ability to steal people's technology and create massive network technology. So amazing it is that it can actually monitor individual behavior of. Over a billion Chinese citizens, we made sure they had the resources to do that, and now they're sitting in a chair where they can call the shots not as much because of president trump. But in some of the the aggression that he has shown toward China but pretty much when you can tell our tech know when to jump and how high you. Can essentially insinuate yourself into the expansion of our networks and potentially even worm your way into garment networks with with the attempt to control five G. With help from from progressives in the United States that boggles the mind. So what are we doing? What does this task force recommend that can get to any of what we just mentioned in the last four minutes? Well if you dig into the more than eighty. Four hundred Conti recommendations. There's a lot there but I just would step back and highlight what is in some ways the most important overall recommendation the first recommendation, which is this administration in any stumps administration should clearly and publicly state that it's our intention to break the Stacey p like Ronald Reagan Northstar must be more than just indefinite coexistence with a hostile communist state rather it should be to end the party's monopoly on power in China I think starting from that position. Allows, US better leverage our values in our alliances in the competitions which are ultimately our strongest asset, and from there you can start to dig into the military side of this competition. Okay. Right now we know we don't have a military force designs. Data is adequate to compete successfully with China end up Pacific. We know that we have too many write to many of our assets being sucked up by the Eastern. Centcom. We need to fix that quickly when you do investing. Keith. Technology like autonomous systems and hypersonic in terms of the overall technological competition, we need to be more aggressive and sanctioning Chinese businesses like Weiwei at trying to dominate the future of the telecommunications market and build the future of the Internet. So they can apply everyone globally out we are taking slow steps to keep some companies like Tiktok out of our domestic market but we need to go faster and then finally, I just say ideologically, we really need to better understand how the. Chinese Communist Party is exploiting the EC swamp against us and I have a bill that made it into the final report where we would require in hance disclosure for former politicians or high priced lobbyists that are selling their souls to work for Chinese companies that are trying to destroy the United States of America we had. Obama's former top cyber security official in the national security, council lobbying for wild way but he didn't meet discloses the lobbyists because our laws are so weakened area. Legal at all, why is it legal at all? Why this almost sounds this might horrify people that I'm saying, why should it even be permitted that somebody who ever worked for the United States government would be permitted to go work for a company in China because China is any company in China this. Is. The managing is is the management of that company why is that even legal never mind not demanding disclosure wow way by the way is trying to control five G. and we had Obama pointed judges that we're trying to help us tech companies make sure that happened. Well I have to certain point I don't think it should be we will legal I actually have a separate bill that I tried to get in there that would make it illegal for a former member of Congress You know a representative in the house are Senator in the Senate or a high level executive branch official to lobby half of hostile foreign government that to me just seems obvious if you have the privilege of serving this country particularly at a high level where you have access to our deepest secrets are most sensitive classified intelligence, you should not be able to sell. Your expertise and knowledge to a country that wants to actively mine the United States and destroy American leadership. So I do think we can, and we should do that. That's a key part of any drain, the swamp agenda going forward no doubt and I I mean I I if that doesn't have majority massive support that should be leading the way just simply saying we're not going to sell out the secrets of the United States or even just the technology in the in the networks of the United States to China what are we doing about Wa wa Wa wait is China by the way? We actually had this was about a year and a half ago a federal judge that seemed to be poised to hand five g technology developed by the United States developed by Qualcomm to while away via apple and allow way to worm its way into control of five G. where does that stand right now? Well, we had a big win and you have to give credit to the trump administration for consistently engaging with our West perhaps our closest ally in the United Kingdom and making the argument to the Johnson governments that they should not allow way onto their Internet network We accident looking out for a while, but ultimately, the Brits came our way agreed with us, and so that was a massive win, and that allows US basically to go around the rest of the world particularly to some of our allies we have not yet convinced the Germans. have been particularly problematic in this regard and say, Hey, we as a free world, it's the Australians, the Americans bridge the Canadians are five eyes alliance we are. New Zealand we are saying you cannot have Weiwei on your network if you WanNa work with. You cannot allow way on your network, and so we're making some slow progress stumping in the China's passwords called the networks act, which is the bill that I introduce along with Tom Com in the. that. Would increase the pressure putting on wildlife blocking technology expo experts from Serb party. She's technology is underpinned by your products secondly, sanctions while way, and so we continue to impose defensive pressure while mound going on offense with our allies. So we can start to integrate our technology and out compete why not only on price, but also on quality and offering an integrated solution. So we've made some slow progress. This is one of been one of the biggest successes, actually the trump administration and for a while there it was in doubt. and. Success not reported widely by the press imagine that. I know I'm running out of time here. So I, wanted to get some other things. What can what in the task force report because it's very long report I read the executive summary. But if you could maybe detail some of this that we can do to keep to wrest control of the supply chain for us. Pharmaceuticals from China or anything else related to medical technology. Yeah. Well, again, Pumpkin a bill on on bringing the manufacturing and Stanford pharmaceutical ingredients over eighty percent of which happens abroad in China back to the United States near shoring it that to me is just obvious. We can't be in a situation where China's Communist. Party officials. are threatening to cut off the exports of life saving drugs to basically kill Americans in times of crisis. So that's one thing we can do. I would highlight in in the limited time we have something else that makes me a bit silly that I think is important when it comes to propaganda I actually have a provision in the report that talks about requiring Hollywood to disclose when it has felt censored at the behest of the Chinese Communist, Party. Because we've seen all these shuttle and not so subtle ways whether it's through the top gun remained for the red dawn remake we're basically in order to earn billions of dollars. China Hollywood is changing movies with pro sixty P narratives in a way that people don't understand, and so I think we need to call these college executives out on what they're doing right now we can't allow a situation in which American companies and industry are being coerced. It doesn't it's Not, silly listen. Here's why it's not silly because consumer is an entertainment and you know all of this stuff just to fill our brains with mush so that we distract ourselves from the great lessons have our founding fathers, bats. That's twenty twenty. Right. That's why this matters you know pop culture has been the way we have seen the undermining of the united. States. Idea of of ordered liberty undermined right is because we have essentially a loud pop culture to go unaddressed. alleged. I think that's very important. It was infuriating when we learned that that the Taiwan Patch Tom Cruise's jacket was going to be removed because China said remove Taiwan patch what else has been censored and I would like to see it in big bold letters censored by China on posters and advertisements because. Take talk look at the incursion tick tock has made into youth culture in the United. States in record time it took facebook years to do a tick -ducted and months, and that's a company that that you know that's China's influence for nine year olds and eleven year olds and fifteen year olds. So yeah, I don't think that's silly at all. Well. tiktok concerning which is even worse because we chat when you download, it gets root access to basically everything on your phone and I think people need to understand this is gonna sound like science fiction, but it's not the Chinese Communist Party is studying out effectively build a database or doc Yeh on every human being on the planet and categorizing them into various list of you. Allow them to survive totally discredit them or utterly destroyed that we've actually had public reporting companies called Jin Wall that we're engaged in this massive effort. I. Mean this is a model of total tax totalitarian control and it goes back to something you said before. She has actively studied the collapse of the Soviet Union, and he's taking great pains to learn the right lessons and he sincerely believed that he can succeed where the Soviets failed in part in large part through the effective use of technology to totally control and subjugate their own citizens but also to export that model control around the world. I not maybe it does sound like science fiction to some people. It does not sound like science fiction to me because I've also seen this I've seen these reports as well in the Wall Street Journal you know and a news outlet. Spent time. In this segment. On the Madison inside of the program right after the top of the hour South Dakota Governor Christie gnome is going to join me very excited about that. We'll talk about the election we'll talk about liberty. We'll talk about Cova did. Have a wonderful afternoon. We'll be right back.

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Democrats Have Taken the Black Vote for Granted

Vicki McKenna

36:23 min | 1 year ago

Democrats Have Taken the Black Vote for Granted

"Has I don't want to be stuck wearing my old outdated glasses because I want to wake up and just be able to see because enough is enough at the eye center. We've heard it all all the reasons why it's time for Lazic over the past thirty years. The center is helped tens of thousands of people realize the freedom lacy. Bites. Now is the time for twenty percents off for a limited time with one of northern Virginia's leading surgeons plus get an additional eight hundred dollars off when you schedule within thirty days, register for your savings and schedule your free consultation. Now at the ice. Center Dot Com some restrictions apply. Broadcasting Planet Madison, the Bruce City and the world on. This is Vicky mechanics show to be a part of the program call the Hotel Gaming Wisconsin dells toll-free night at seven, seven to three five. Email Vicky at WNBA DOT com now here's Vicki. McKEN. Friday. Exceptional Americans and my fellow deploy. Do. Do. It is right. It feels good. Just saying better. And I arrived safely here without being shot on Madison's beltline. So any day that happens. That's a good good day. Hi How are you? I'm Matt Gidel I'm Executive Director of Empower Wisconsin and Wisconsin Spotlight Power Up Wisconsin at Empower Wisconsin, dot, Org Wisconsin spotlight dot. Org, we are your source for Conservative News Thought and action not a lot of stuff on those two websites today. Perhaps get a chance to talk a little bit I. Know we will coming up later. On in the big program, tell you what we have coming up momentarily it includes quickly I'll say this, you want to stick around with this coming up in the three o'clock hour former governor Scott Walker will be joining us on the big show. Do not miss that he is going to have a little preview. He's going to have a little perspective on the big organized zoom. Meeting. Also known as the Democratic National Convention coming up in Milwaukee. Next week. Oh, that'll be fun Mona. Not No sorry Kamla you know you're going to have to turn it down. Yeah Mute you put it on mute the dogs are barking in the background. Joe Are you there. Joe. I'm sorry we've Lost Joe. We lost you a long time ago truth be known. Before we do that though this is a story that should be getting attention everywhere so far I've seen it at Fox News. It should be screaming headlines Everywhere for the left's big campaign, and they are all in full throttle on email in votes. But the good doctor. He says there is no reason. Americans can't vote in person in November. You got that blue wave. You got that Tammy. You got that. Tommy. He got that Tony the three TS. There is no reason. Anthony Vouch E says that people cannot vote at the polls. In November. Of course, we always offers the caveat if they are following the guidelines that he is laying down, you know your masks and your social distancing, and all of that sort of thing you want to vote in person you should absolutely be allowed to do it and there is no need for mail in voting. That's going to topple the big drive. This is now remember. The left has been constantly banging the drum to listen to Dr Vouching Dr Falcons, an expert, all of these areas you should follow the guidance Dr Fauci okay. All Right Wilkin see that point here. We don't need mail in voting there. How's that left fixed it for you. All. Right. Coming up on the show right around the corner. I'll tell you it's it is action packed meat. Julian Bradley Republican Party activist who won this week's five way primary election for the twenty eighth Senate. District Julian talks about why he's running what's at stake and how he's going to fill some mighty big constitution first conservative shoes should he win that seat coming up in November? And we'll the peaceful protesters that targeted embattled Wa Tosa police officer Joseph Mensah in an intimidation demonstration that erupted into violence ever be charged with crimes Dale Boreman. Dearborn junior president of the Milwaukee Police. Association, stops by to discuss that coming up about two thirty this afternoon and we got a fun event. You need somewhere to go a place to be with some good folks and if you like corn delight corn homer. Sure do how about some boiled corn Lots of butter and pepper on mine. Please we'll tell you about event in mosquito that will get you all charged up grassroots conservatives going to be there all to come on this big edition of the Vicki Mckenna Show with yours truly matt, Kettle Hang. Keeping Right. Sneaky mechanics show right here now Gidel. Here you're glad you are. A big show ahead this hour and into the next few hours as we roll this Friday vision of the Vicki show by the way, Vicky will be back with you on Monday until then it's you and me producer John and. The rest of the gang here in the rumpus room. Hey, I want to say a quick. Thank you though in John was the bearer of this and you can back me up yesterday we had maybe a dozen or more phone calls from you very kind hearted listeners and I said that at the time. When we had the conversation with Jamie Swann who has gone through hell at the Department of Workforce. Development like so many thousands of Wisconsin. It's she still waiting for an unemployment check that has been five months in the offing and she has had a terrible terrible time. She's on the verge of being evicted. We talked about that yesterday but a lot of folks in our listening audience, the Vicki mechanics show reached out and they said, how can we help and I've I have been able to contact some of you who have sent emails I will continue to do so but just know that Jamie has I believe someone set up a gofundme page. For her that you'll be able to find and the gofundme site, her name's Jamie Swann, and you can find her story once again at Wisconsin Spotlight Dot Org, the go fund me page as I understand it, he has now sat up. Now let's turn our attention to November. It'll be here before you know it and the stakes couldn't be any higher like to introduce you just in case you you don't know him many of you do I think Julian Bradley. He's a Republican Party activists who just one this week's five way primary election for the twenty eighth Senate District Julian joins us now in the Vicki McKenna show Hello Sir how are you? Hey Madam doing very well, you actually congratulations first and foremost I I know that you campaigned hard. I wouldn't imagine that you're all that surprised. How do you feel few days after the? Big, victory. I feel very good. It was a great honor for the People here of the twentieth district to. Elected me to try to step into Dave Craig's shoes and carry on the conservative legacy of this district and as we know with how things are today certainly legacy that we can't afford to not have represented in Madison. Stand up Tony Iverson and grew. You have some very, very big shoes to fill. And I say that because I have over the last near decade worked with and and become a friend of the the gentleman that you would you're seeking to replace, and that is day of Crag. There is nobody I know. Who is a bigger friend of liberty is a more constitution first representative. This is the guy of course who changed the John Doe law, the infamous John DOE law that was used and as a political weapon bipartisan prosecutors to go after the left's political enemies. That's just one of many things he was able to accomplish. You have a strong record in your background working with grassroots conservatives, and on very key important conservative issues. But I guess the question is, how do you fill those shoes state Senator Dave Greg? Sure and it starts with the key word. You just said it starts recognizing and reminding people our liberties come from our liberties aren't given to us by the government they're given to us by by God it comes from the Almighty That's where my problem, for example, with the math and it comes from right the government Tony Inverse just unilaterally said, okay here we go. Here's his mandate. He didn't reach out to the legislature there was no product. That came through he just decided that this is what it's going to be and push it out to everybody without any consideration for the impact it's going to have or the impact on law the rule of law. Why we have things that up the way we do. That's a major problem. That's one thing we're GONNA. Take a look at right away. A big part of my platforms is talking about you know business continuity and translating that into government continuity or just talking about. somebody and and unfortunately it's not a rare. Occurrence out here we have people still waiting for unemployment checks that should never happen I work in the private sector and one of the things I do in the private sectors I work on business continuity, and that's putting together a plan to ensure that regardless of what happens we can continue functioning and hopefully make it seamless to our customers, our vendors, our partners Cetera it's clear. The government doesn't have Tony. Iverson. Certainly not lanny for anything to ever go wrong and as such has done nothing to try to. Fix It. We need to put together a plan that takes away that power away from Tony Hebrews and May, and we need to make sure that we all speak about the government's citizens tax payers are being protected and that we can get things moving forward even in the faith pandemic or any other kind of crisis that comes up how do you get those Republican lawmakers on this they've been very reluctant to do so and I've heard all kinds of reasons why and I think they look at the polling from And say, well, that mask mandate certainly has a lot of support according to the polling from the University of Marquette Marquette University. How do you as an individual in the legislature get Republicans to move to Constitution I law. I think it thinking about the Mafsfan mandate I, look there's I'm not an anti-massacre. Anti Iverson Person Look, look the way he did this right and I think that's why you see it's popular as a citizen as taxpayers a human being we're all open to ideas or anything we can do that wanted to flow the corona virus down we can reopen our economy, get her kids back to school. You know yet everything back to work, get the government working, get ourselves working. We want to do that. We're open to that the people like myself and many of my hopefully future college. The reason were really upset is just the way the governor did this. He doesn't just incredible reach and that's where the real issue comes from as as a legislator as a state senator of reaching out to my colleagues and it sounds like that's not gonNa take much arm twisting from everybody I've spoken to because they're in the Senate, they're already pretty Pretty fed up with this and they're ready to act on it and I would continue to use that pressure and. You start calling around the legislators and. The assembly. That maybe you know. Unsure on how they're going to feel but you put the pressure on them. You know, I hear from people all the time that I've been campaigning They're very concerned about this because what's next the the issue isn't just a mess. It's okay if she's taking this power, what's the next hour grabs? Let what point are we going to stand up and say that's enough you do not have the power to continue to do these things over and over again without including the citizens without including the duly elected legislators. Three Co branches for a reason, and there'd to be utilized in order to do what's best for the people of concert. Julian Bradley joins us he is the Republican candidate. Now that has been settled as of this week in this week's primary, he's the Republican candidate for the Twentieth Senate district held. Now by Senator Dave Craig who will be departing at the first of the. Year, you know I think the mask mandate just a quick aside on that the polling may show that Iverson's mass mandate is popular when viewed in a certain prison but I think fear has really led that popularity and it's a hollow popularity but the left has been excellent. I will give them an A. I will give them extra credit for pumping out the fear. On covid nineteen and all manner of. Whatever they've thrown out there because their main pursuit of course is power their main pursuit as to knockout trump certainly their public enemy number one but they want the control, they want the power. I want to shift attention and just have a couple of minutes left but you're running in a pretty conservative district. It's always subject to change and you can't take anything for granted. You know that Julian. But I'm curious as an Africa African American candidate, how do you reach voters in general but particularly African American voters in your district to say hey. You know don't just. Think that the Democrats have you covered here because they've they've absolutely taken the black vote in this country for granted how do you reach those voters today? Sure one on one. There's been a lot of a lot of talk about this this week since the primary turns out that I I would be Should I win in November the first of black conservative elected to the state Dennis in our state's history. There's been a lot of conversation about. you know race going to play a part and I've gotten questions. You know you think your district and well, we answered those questions. And the way I'd reach out to. You know anybody whether they're black White Hispanic Asian it doesn't matter is we're taking our campaign wanted to one. We're going door to door. We're making the phone calls for trying to touching speak to as many people as possible because our our problem with the conservative message, the message itself. We need more messengers. We need more people that can articulate what it is that we're fighting for. You Know Life Liberty, the pursuit of happiness we're talking about you know the things. That every American is entitled to. The Republican Party is the organization that's fighting for those. We're not trying to create government dependence. We're trying to create independence from the government. We're trying to protect the sanctity of life because you can't have liberty or the pursuit of happiness he don't have life I. There's a lot of things we're really focusing on and when you have one on one conversations with people, they start to come around and they say. Hey, you know what you're right? That that is something I'm I really am interested in or wow I appreciate you having the conversation. I spent a Lotta time doing prior to this office. You know I was county chairman of District Vice-chairman. Very heavily involved in the party because I wanted people to see that as a party. It is not a black and white issue. This this party has it. We are the big tech we are welcoming of everybody. If you take a look at the demographics of this district, there's a reason that you know people are making a big out of. Them nominate an african-american to the next senator It's about the black population here is. Very large But here we are in one of the most conservative districts in the state and they stood up and they said in a five way primary, you know hit forty percent of the vote. Reason for that, and it has nothing to do with race. It has everything to do with and everything to do with. Getting, out there and talking to people. All right. Well, we are running up against the clock I have one quick final question to ask you, and of course, it's the big one this week with. The selection of the the VP for Joe Biden. What do you think of Kamala and when I say Kamala? I don't mean the US senator from. From California, of course I mean the. Wrestler who passed away, you would also be the first as I understand that the first professional wrestler to represent the the twenty eighth district. So I think so and it's very sad to have lost Kamala the special wrestler that just recently passed away he he's very good man and anybody's interested in looking it up. He was actually a gospel singer as well so. His character and you'd never imagine that he was. A. Very good strong Christian man who was a gospel singer and never judge a book by color absolutely and he was the second wrestler to body Slam Hulk Hogan I might add. More Craig for you right there. Well, sir. Your wish we had more time I, appreciate it, and I really I really enjoyed our conversation I look forward to. Talking to you on the campaign trail and beyond good luck to you in the future and thanks for joining us. Tomorrow. Don't you agree. If the thing in the corner. One more thing to everybody here real quick I. Know You've got the junior coming on please please consider to support our police. We had a rally here in Franklin just a week ago was great to turn out Brad Schimmel showed up, it was fantastic skateboarder police and support our candidates that are standing up. For police over in The binding district we have Bonnie. Lee She's the only one that's speaking up on this Robin Bonnie still doing anything I'm over here in the twenty eighth we're speaking up but right there in Tosa. Veterinary the they've. GotTa have leadership and legislators that know the difference between right and wrong. So please continue to support us. Please stand up we've gotta take our state back. We have to get the message out there that we're not going to stand and allow for this lawlessness to continue absolutely it's time to body slam lawlessness and disorder I think that's the message we to send out today. Thank you so much for joining us I'll see you tomorrow. Okay. You Bet that is a candidate for the twenty eighth. Senate district. Julian Bradley we've got to get off to that conversation next with Emphysema Walkie police associations, President Dale and joining us right after this in the Vicki McKenna show. mcallister with yours, truly matt. Right here right now, coming up in the three o'clock hour stay tuned former governor Scott Walker stops by to talk a little bit about what they have planned in Milwaukee or at least on zoom. Country coming up for the DNC next week that's straight ahead. This has been a crazy last several days. Of course, Wa Tosa. It's been a crazy summer. Geneva analysts, business solutions cabs a twenty twenty Washington Post top workplace is looking for professionals like you in the Greenbelt Maryland area to join its team cabs specializes in engineering it for federal agencies and offers a competitive benefits package and an appreciation for work life balance does this sound like a good fit for you your career their mission, fulfill the mission, and apply for your next career move today visit C. H., E. E. G. ABS DOT COM to learn more. Because I don't want to be stuck wearing my old outdated glasses because I want to wake up and just be able to see because enough is enough at the eye center. We've heard it all all the reasons why it's time for lacy over the past thirty years. The eye center has helped tens of thousands of people realize the freedom lacy provides now is the time for lacy with twenty percent for a limited time with. One of northern Virginia's leading surgeons plus get an additional eight hundred dollars off when you schedule within thirty days, register for your savings and schedule your free consultation. Now, at the center dot com, some restrictions apply just crazy on top of crazy as we broke yesterday here on the Vicki mechanics show the wall would tosa police officers seventy of seventy two have basically said they have no confidence in the mayor and the city council. And really when you think about it, why would they? Do we have confidence that the district attorney, the Democrat district attorney, of Milwaukee, county will ever bring the peaceful protesters. Who brought their intimidation demonstration against embattled police officer Joseph Mensah last week, and it degenerated into a violent attack on the officer, his girlfriend and their property and a disorderly event certainly in. That neighborhood will the DA ever bring charges. That's a question that I'm putting forward now and it's something I definitely like to ask. The. Gentleman who is president of the Milwaukee Police Association of. Dale Bormann junior the L. Good afternoon. Thank you so much for being here. Sure thank you very much. That's the main question I. Think people are asking especially after they see you know this left-wing narrative that's being pushed out there from some of Milwaukee area lawmakers that simply does not align with the facts of the case according to officers I have spoken to on this. Are you at all concerned that the District Attorney John Chisholm will basically balk he will do nothing to bring these folks to justice who created so much havoc at this home. I honestly believe he. Will Not be charging anybody I. Think. He. Wants to give into those who are running the show. And I think he wants to make sure that nobody has ever charged. So we see it with the city attorney already where he's charging anybody for any of the curve for curfew violations or anything like that. So I honestly believe that Chisholm is not gonNA charge anybody. Yeah. You bring that up and it's a very good point. You've seen it in Milwaukee you you folks on the front lines are law enforcement officers are trying. To bring order to a very ordered city and to do out there supposed to be some restrictions in place and you have people who are just flouting flaunting the you know the laws or the ordinances that are in place right now, and of course, they're doing that to law enforcement officers. How can how can we expect any justice will come from those who in seeking social justice have you know destroyed property and threatened people. You're correct why make the laws or make the rules when you're not gonNA enforce them and our officers are out there enforcing them. But then you have those above us who decide bond echina- charging and buddy, and it's that's ridiculous. You know and it's very disturbing to see that from our Our. Leaders. As they are called in our city. No I. I bet I know it's gotTa be very frustrating and I keep hearing from officers for Madison to Waukesha to. I should say to Walla Tosa to Milwaukee. You know they're just frustrated a lot of officers good officers, veteran police officers looking to get out. We're talking with Dale Jr. President of the Milwaukee Police Association. You are concerned that the district attorney will not be filing charges and I put it in the context of story that I investigated for a number of years the same district attorney who can go after political enemies in a secret John Doe investigation into dozens of Conservatives in this state. and. You know went after it with a great deal of Gusto now. Decides or it appears that he may not be charging anybody for. What we have is is clear evidence of a crime at this officers girlfriend's house do you find that to be a disconnect? I do I it's very unusual that. Know it appears that Chisholm is hand-picking who is going to go after, and then again he's decided not to go after those who Where the evidence shows that people have done something wrong and. It is very disturbing. To hear that and it's very disturbing to even say that you would think that the district attorney were and or the city attorney's when they are presented with cases that they would actually charge. People when the evidence shows that these people have done whatever they're being accused of. Doesn't show that right now. Yeah. You got a lot of that though I mean that's that's that's a huge concern. It's a huge concern for police. Of course, it's got to be terribly frustrating for your folks out on the street. You put someone who is a very dangerous felon are you you you? You bring them into custody you have the evidence against them and it's the revolving door I'm sure that's got to be. Leading to the frustration of your officers as well, it has been a long and very difficult summer and it's been a long several years. Now, let me ask you this. How are your officers holding up right now given what happened in the Morales case and everything that has gone under this umbrella of hostility toward police officers de fund the police however, you WanNa frame that how if you want to describe that? Our officers are professionals They've just starting to work the DNC whatever way you want to look at it whatever way it's GonNa show up and Our officers are going to go out every day. Do their jobs they've been. told to remain professional and each one of them is doing that and that's good news but. It's still. Is a drain on their system When when you know you don't have leaders at least in Milwaukee where you don't have the DA's office word the Common Council for the Mayor's office says that really isn't supporting the officers. It's very disturbing and like I said the drain on their system. Yeah and it it when when you realize or when you. Deal. With this every day that your political leaders in your city do not have your back. How many incidents have we seen Dale over the summer where we had lawmakers joined the protesters not just joining the protesters and that's fine. That's all all part of the You know the freedom that we have freedom of speech. But when those protests turned violent, they're they are some some of the leaders in this community who? Will Not stand up and say listen to demonstrate is find a protest is fine to March is fine if we feel our rights have been violated but when you in the name of social justice turn into mob justice, that's there's something wrong with that and then to have political leaders pander to those groups and to placate them, and then the turn on the police officers that has got to be terribly frustrating for you all. It is You know we have a couple state. Legislators that are out there each day and each night. There marching with the protesters and you know from day one I've always said that peaceful protesting per fine with us we have no problem with that. Slight Somebody in that crowns. Eventually makes it non-peaceful and that's very disturbing to Our officers are trying the best they can with the protesting. And the they're just asking people to be peaceful and. Unfortunately when they don't, then we have major problems in the city and elsewhere. In the bigger problem too is that those same? Those same representatives same politicians aren't saying to the same groups. Hey, listen protest is fine violence isn't it doesn't matter where it is, but that's what we have right now. Thank you so much for joining us. We'll continue to track this story. I, appreciate your perspective on it. No problem thank you. All right. You take care. have a great Dane be safe out there. Yeah just amazing. Haven't seen anything yet but Dale Bormann. Jr. President of the Milwaukee Police Association has fears and I can understand them justifiably the Milwaukee County da won't charge anybody in this latest mess we'll take a break wrap up the show coming up next. Verse our the Vicki Mechanics. Show at all flies by. So fast when we are together thank you so much for being breaking news as always in the Vicki McKenna show as you just heard just moments ago the president of the Milwaukee Police Association tells us that he is growing increasingly concerned in does not believe that the district attorney for Milwaukee County. John Doe Chisholm will be charging anyone involved in the peaceful protests that quickly turned into a riot at officer. Joseph Mensah. House. Last week will continue to follow this story but. You got something to do tomorrow I. Mean you're just driving around Southeast Wisconsin particularly in your saying hey. What do I do you? I got the weekend I'm free. Maybe what do we do? About some corn. No I'm not kidding. If you like corn, you'll like boiled corn. You'll like conservative grassroots conservatives feel like being together with some great people. Well, this is it for you. My friend we the people of mosquito and new Berlin hosting their corn roast tomorrow at TJ's roundabout in mosquito. It's all gets underway at noon features, Congressman Brian Style state, Senator Dave Craig among many others, Dan Dombrowski One of the organizers of the vent joins US real quick and gives us the dates. The four one one is the kids like to say, Hi Dan, how are you? I'm doing good man how are you doing? Great but I'll be even better when I'm eating corn tomorrow. That's for sure. Good hot buttered corn with some salt and pepper baby bringing on got brought student you. Yet. We have. We have a lot of brats. We have hotdogs We have a ton of corn. We're getting kicked off tomorrow at noon just hang out starting at two o'clock we're going to be having the speakers Congressman. Brian. Style is going to be talking about the importance of grassroots movement in the South Eastern of the state Wisconsin state Senator Dave Craig is going to be speaking also with candidate Julian Bradley, or the twenty eighth. District as well. Yeah, and I know some others will be there as well and some people that conservatives in southeast Wisconsin in particular have gotten to know pretty well, and some other guy will be there too. I believe he'll be emceeing the event. He happens to be your fill in hosts Daddy, Matt Kettle, and I'd be glad to do that to introduce the guest and give a little overview of what we're seeing in. Madison these wacky times. But this really is, isn't it Dan a chance for conservative grassroots folks to get together and really think about what's at stake coming up in November? The whole event is meant to be a grassroots effort on. It's not meant to be one of the standard political events where you go to speech. Honest meant to be fun We do have a couple of different fun activities just to really really get to know your other grassroots counterparts in your area especially specifically for mosquito in new Berlin we have a cornhole tournament at four o'clock We actually have a DJ Dj Trevor Pete from Figo going to be there and also to tie this all being grassroots, we also have to support fall businesses pillow look location of this event is that gave roundabout and it's actually sixty or anniversary as well. So kind of a giant grassroots effort in terms of building community Communications and everything that goes into that. Well, we know how hard businesses have been hit through this virus through this pandemic but even more. So by the over reaching and iron fisted hand of unelected bureaucrats, and of course, the administration and his unelected Secretary of Defense, the Department of Health. Services and those orders that have locked everybody down and kept businesses closed. It's been tough and so it's a chance to I think it sounds like chance to say you know We're still out here and we're still ready to support businesses and be part of this economy. That is absolutely the best in the world. Thanks for being here. Final final details then on what people can do if they need more information. You can find all of this on facebook on the Wisconsin trump victories campaign facebook page or on my facebook page Dannebrog Ski Alright Excellent Dan. Thanks so much. We'll see you tomorrow. Okay. Yeah. Thank you. Have a great day. You better be well. All. Right. That's GONNA wrap it up for the first hour of the Vicki. McKenna. Show coming up. A conversation with Governor Scott Walker, stay tuned for that about three fifteen this afternoon till we talk again, Milwaukee kiddle saying goodbye so long. God bless.

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Full Spectrum Cycling #35  Ian Klepetar from Bicycle Benifits is our in-studio guest!

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42:35 min | 1 year ago

Full Spectrum Cycling #35 Ian Klepetar from Bicycle Benifits is our in-studio guest!

"Good Evening Ladies and gentlemen span here with the full spectrum cycling thing and today we have not one one not two not even three but four people bauer catchy tune here in the House River West studios the everyday cycles blabbity Blah Blah. Heck just two weeks since we've been here again uh-huh seems like just a week ago. My how that weather has changed in for the better. Yes for the better. Thank you very much J. K.. To My right we have Ian In our special guests from bicycle benefits amongst other ventures and. Of Course T. Burger. Well give us give us so filling out your week we JK. And I met Ian and crew down at the Pancake Shindig on Sunday. Just as I was cool will I like having those just trailside pancake things and power cakes. It's not quite a pop up but it's sort of like it is sort of pop isn't it. Yes we We let people know now now where we're going to be setting up but in the early days we just be biking around with the The griddle and the mix and we'd be like this seems like a good spot. People go the past year. We'll surprise them with breakfast. Yeah I remember being surprise an certain ones over by ecology center. Oh sure no root for a pancake. Even after finishing breakfast room for another pancake I would someone I agree. I think there's room for three or four not gonna lie but we Yeah we separate the Maple Syrup in in the fake stuff. Yeah because because you know you gotta you gotTa pass the test. If you want the real stuff you gotta be like a responsible corner. Wake me people syrup. I liked the fixed outsourced. I know my door my wife I bring in your door. Because you don't have to worry about their go. See your stash. Yeah from vermonter. Where did where was the maple syrup from well? Actually this stash was UH. Was the dumpster score. Yeah a whole gallon told a mile. Wow he wondered what the Golden Horde is it's it's finding Maple Syrup with near sealed containers days right on so We could just get right into talking to Ian About what he's doing and kind Just give us a little bit of background on your bicycle benefits. thing and we'll go into some events you're doing surrounding that to a little bit okay. Great great so yeah biking for me. that my first exposure was I was working in a ski shop. We decided to take on bicycles in the summer. Eh With Mountain. Bikes is the focus. So the older shop guys got me on a bicycle on it. became like a passion. You know Was that Oh. This is back in New York State. Okay and Yeah you think it was right around junior high so I didn't really feel like I fit in very well so for me. The the mountain biking kind of became my my jam right away and So the mountain biking are doing some racing and incorporated into you. You know my you know my lifestyle when I went away to college. I picked a school that I could mountain bike and ski and bike to class and He Yeah I think it was. It was Some unfortunate events that happened in my hometown that I was kind of my calling to get involved so I took my passion and started yeah rallying local folks. I put up signs around town after two people have gotten struck by cars that I want. You know we should change the way our city was and and put on meeting people actually showed up. That's awesome. I mean we're certainly having some of those issues here in Milwaukee to yeah. That's a couple of recent pedestrian pedestrian or bike incidents. It's it's a drag man. Yeah we're driving like lunatics So yeah I guess it was kind of the The anti energy that kind of the kind of roped me into biking you know like advocacy and trying to yeah. I guess what I see is doing what I was in my power. You know. There's a lot that's out of our power but you know focusing locally in changing things that we can are at least working on it make it don't MHM shoulder and so what. What is bicycle benefits specifically? I don't know we've had we've got listeners. All over the world I tell you so So yeah I started. You know advocating for you know. I created bike racks in my town re wrote a bike plan and one of the projects started with A partnership with local businesses. This is where if you rode your bike there. You show a little sticker on your helmet and you'd get to one beers or like ten percent off your groceries groceries ten percent off your hardware store so kind of all the places that you can go on your bike even even Like a dollar off of was a Wisconsin beer at Highbury. Yeah no I've cashed in on percents. Every time I go right on right on so yeah I guess The idea behind that is in when we drive around where essentially being treated like kings and Queens. You know get the drive-thrus if we go through a grocery store we get like the gas perks you know. It's like you spend a bunch of money and then you get like free gas or whatever like why do you want to encourage more people to Dr. There's so many cars in this world and they're really not doing any of us favor so the bike benefits is trying to create more like I guess was was it like equality and transportation you know give back to those that are actually contributing in a more positive way to the community by by not driving. Yeah I don't remember when I got my first bike benefits. It's been eight years maybe How how when did you start it? Well here in Milwaukee I think it was was I think it was like six years ago. Okay that would have been. Maybe that's what I was so it was. It's been a while though. Yeah so it's interesting I I went to road from Boston to Madison. Because trek bicycles was was kind of endorsing the program and they thought it was a valuable project for earl cities everywhere so I started biking around to different cities and I was after Boston. someone from WHO's working with like you should come to Madison? It's so bike like friendly here and after Boston is like I need a city that I had never lived in the city. And you know Boston's pretty big. So right right past Milwaukee. I stopped for a day. You know check it out and actually met someone at a bike shop and He's like well do you. Bike benefits is like. I don't think you WanNa do bike benefits because you'd be the only place in town you know it works best if you know. It's like a bunch of businesses and Yeah he got on board and it wasn't until like five years later that I came back to town to establish larger presence so that the program yeah cool well it's certainly Encouraging the people to ride and encouraging businesses to help them out and I looked at the map earlier. I couldn't even count as over one hundred cities now So you know folks out there if you're in can you probably in your city. There's a bike benefits I remember going to the website and thinking I'm like oh I heard it was maybe regional or whatever but like whenever I my computer sucks. So it like zoomed out completely and it had like the United United States and I'm like Holy Shit. How damn they're like? Oh Yeah I'm going out. He used Let's see and that was awesome. I at one one point a couple of years ago when I do you know that was so damned cool. 'cause I I really thought it was a very local thing. Well it feels like it it. That's the goal. Yeah we we think we think of it as everyone's program and if there's individuals out there that think it should happen in their town than we have all the resources is available to to to give you the greatest chance of success launching bicycle benefits program in your town just just today someone Ordered some some Startup packs in Hawaii. Oh wow benefits there and Chicago visit. You should definitely do yes trip. I'm feeling like yeah. That's a little site surfing earlier and you've got a lot of people that are helping on the ground How does it? So how do they did. They just want to be involved in do it or how does it. How do they come to help you? Do this thing. Well I guess you know first of all. There's so much in all of our cities that we might want to change for biking you know. Maybe there's too many they cards. Maybe there's no. There's a lot of the things that are out of reaching other require other people to say yes or they require change of infrastructure but bicycle benefits is just Based on those relationships between individuals and other individuals going around getting a place that might already be supportive of of biking or might want to alleviate parking would would be you know an easy yes so the second say yes and they put the decal on and they say you know we'll do to fun beers it's live so it's an easy win for people that are trying to make biking better three or ten year plan or anything necessary and yeah it sounds great. It supports you know supports the businesses in it supports the people that are out there you know willing to say yes you know biking. Is You know to a lot of people. It's dangerous hurts cold or you know they have a long distance but it's it's essentially a support system for them cool. They speak into that long. Distance thing. Our our governor just signed into law a New Jersey bike Regulation what is it what you would call. Tony knows more about it than I do. Hey he just signed it. Today passed a bill. That's where you're just passed a bill today and that was you put the Lincoln whatever for what they're doing is let's say that electric now and there's a caveat here. The Electric Bikes are are allowed to go anywhere. A regular bicycle can go so they can be in bike lanes they can be on trails. But you know there's always some instigator me Eh. Who would then respond back to them? Well you can build an electric bike right now. They can go fifty miles an hour but the deal is is they are only only Class A B and C or one to three depending on who you talk to better allowed to follow these laws. So we're talking. You know for people that don't know uh-huh class. One Bikes are twenty mile. An hour throttle only Class to our twenty mile an hour pedal assist or throttle and and class three twenty eight miles an hour or an pedal cyst hell did you remember that. Because I'm looking at it I'm looking at yeah and I. I love my e bikes. That immediately responded back and said well I can build a fifty Mile Alan our e bike in which case people already contacted me asking me to do that. Just a question of money. How fast do you WANNA go exactly? You know it it so it is a you know. There's some regulation out there now because it's been kind of a gray area so and I know what it could also be viewed as marketing for the companies that the bike shops already have a plethora of electric bikes as a tool for them to potentially sell more of these. We're GONNA have a few more here at the everyday cycle shop. Got One there. Yeah yeah that's a kick ass one yes it is So yeah that's pretty exciting news I have a bike benefits story. I'd like to share okay. It we're done talking to you and I we. I know but it's going to really well because I happen to I. I have been known to occasionally like a a multi beverage and one time I was at studies and had my my helmet on the bars. I always do and pointed out to the owner or that you know. Hey here's my bike benefits helmet my give me a deal. And he's like that's not the right color and I'm like I've had this bike benefits since the first year started thirty here. He's like is that counterfeit. It is not counterfeit Full disclosure. He was joking and he has purchased a very fantastic bike. A snake looks like But Brad is a great guy. Bring this all into is because you don't drink beer but you know what the specialist tonight at a should we decide to go somewhere after this podcast is over. Is it about go it is it is three dollars off whiskey. ooh uh-huh benefits one. Get one choices. It could be that far away. Basically basically basically all downhill benefits tear two-bike benefits tier one is like they offer bike benefits deal tier two is the owner is also also biker level. Pretty good for a couple of years there had a baby is a baby male. All Right Hill Hill top of the hill folks so hill zoos. This time having a beer and I don't know do we do news I or Beer I. Let's studio because it ties into news. Yeah this week show. Beer is something I don't I think we've had since the weekly dose at you know show won twenty or something. is Lakefront Breweries India Pale Ale or lake with an eye on it. And this is a local Milwaukee brewery but not so local anymore and Mu Regional. It's a regional brewery and they do make a very fine product. The do you go and all the stuff about it just a tasty. Ip It's been a staple for their brewery for many years and to digress slightly. It was formerly in skirting his sandwich shop when it originally started right now so we're talking about a shadow to river west. Well over a block away from the shop. Originally only had their first low larry curly and MOE thanks. Yup those those early tours are just awesome. Okay you got a half hour drink as much as you just as drink as much as you can just go. That was exactly one traveller bucks for Glass. Gave gave all of the money to the Vietnam veterans against the war. WHOA great group of guys? Just take a little more. Yes fleet this time with. I was biking to Madison. I stopped in Milwaukee. One of the reasons I did is because I knew that there was a gluten free beer at Lakefront so I stopped in and I don't think think they were open at that hour but the doors were opened so I made my way in met. The onery pulled a gluten free beer off the line he was Russell. Time handed it over and I said maybe I'll come back to walk you right on. He's a great gentleman in the the the story of that that brewing empire I think we can almost got now is fantastic. I did the wood floors at his brother's house with Marcus. Reading the distant past at Why Not Ross but I'm Jim Jim. Mike Jacobs blowing up holiday Celtic So what are you thinking about this Lakefront. Ip thing is that Belt New Belgium just got sold and we've had so it's like a couple of Beers we've had on the show. Recently major things have happened at the brewery some not so good and some of them. Well between you know selling which I'm not a big fan of the seller. I quit drinking log. Anita's just for that reason in now I'm thinking since we've had this on the show today worried announcement. Tomorrow that Lakefront Lakefront selling the word VITUCCI close yeah. What like this world gone mad but so very good beer out a new Belgian selling out? At least you know some of the people are. They're not just the the owners running away with the money it's been years. Almost almost since gecko right. I used to live eight miles away from that and I would they have at the time and that it was there. I think it's the same location. Then they stop bringing Tour de fat walking. Yeah we can talk about that argument. I would ride my bike there and they had parking for about fifty bikes and four cars. Mike this is and it was one of the first places ever heard that if you work there you also got free Eh. Childcare and dog care after a year you got a bike to you. Got Two fat tire bike after five years. You've got to go to Belgium from month. There was a part of the package and I remember that some of the custom bikes. They did were were. James is black sheep yeah kick ass killer Handmaiden Colorado but tried to get a job there and the person I talked to that worked there said well what do you have on the owner and like nothing. He's like working here. Virtually about did you have. Your line is so long like okay. Yeah it was a biodiesel conference. I was at with him. Wow that was a long time. So good luck to those guys and you know th the the seven hundred people that are there I think the majority of the employees are benefiting from this insulting welter. Yeah anyway all right so that's beer. Talk for folks that would be done with the hill so find a bridge talking a little bit about the bicycle benefits thing specifically now. There's an event coming up this weekend. bike Bingo Bingo. Nine to five kind of lay into what bike. Bingo isn't just. This has happened in this weekend. which is kind of a little short notice but It's Ashmore you people like because right it's It's applicable to anywhere. The idea is so good that it just you know people out there and go into places where they haven't gone before or maybe a little out of their comfort zone and kind of lay into it. What is what is the deal with it? Ah For all those Those of us that Like the sounds of Bingo but don't want to sit around and wait for a number to call let me. He's beathard genes. Yeah I wanted to go up. There grabbed thirteen right now. So yeah it's it's like a Bingo layout we have locations on it and Yeah people bike around the city Get Stamps an win prizes. So usually when they go into a location or some kind of physical challenge challenge a riddle they have to figure out or item. They have to pick up And then you know there's a lot of these stops will be further outside the city's core so if you're not willing to put the miles then there's like extra extra challenges that you can do to like. Get that spot. God Yes so you can either ride along ways or or do something. Yeah take your clothes off last week so nine to five that Saturday the what is it. Twenty third yeah so usually we set up. The BINGO is like a six week event so people can do it on their own time. You know people that just have the weekend. Often plan their trips around Yeah we incorporate events into it but this year are well actually we. Did the you know the six six week one in the summer and I was in town and felt like we do with nine to five. So it's like a condensed version. Yes then there is also a winter bike Bingo. Oh I don't know is that GonNa Happen this year I'm not the one that puts on a winner Bike Bengal. I'm not sure it's GonNa keep going. That was that was host to coast in Ohio hometown. Who knows if they'll which seemed like sort of a you know a they did cranks giving this weekend a Yeah as hosting today. Actually do what arts kid was Martin. Short won the The bruiser for him Nice So Yeah So that's happening on the twenty-third Milwaukee nine five and that starting at being our newest Bike benefits right right in The the I would've thought they would have been the first basically right across the street from the now closed forest for the trees. They need to make those kinds of decisions. All right and then Sunday we got the pyrite that is. That's that's I think. This is going to be the third or fourth annual share any. Yeah I for sure. The third by she's now she's probably making some even as we speak. I the annual. Hello before we didn't know how many people would turn out. I think she's like okay. I've made forty forty I twenty five people racia- bike around to different locations. Mostly People's houses loses the host. We we go about twenty miles. Total stop every four or five miles and Eat by e Pie and try to pair. Yeah well with a nice Beverage of choice indeed indeed thought about marriage pie with with pine whiskey goes really well. Yeah Pine Whiskey Ski Mincemeat some kind of spicy pile icy pike and yeah with Bacon on top with a whiskey yes sounds fat. Was An orange rind zest. So that's oddly enough and I I say this more often than I probably should because most people will hear have heard me say it. I ride more in the winter than I do in the summer. Pretty much and there's a lot of events is coming up here in Milwaukee Wisconsin Midwest the world there's tons of events that go in the quote unquote off season uh-huh case in point we've got Erin and Steel Force One from surly coming to do a ride with us on the twelfth thirteenth. It's a Thursday night. Yeah so it's the twelfth or thirteenth. We'll have something on that. Don't worry about it. It's in that ballpark. It said twelve thirteen on the show notes. Yeah I'll go so twelve thirteen is I might cimber thirteen ignorant to this. What is this oh this was Aaron? Just sent me a thing. They're going to do whatever that Saturday as they're doing a demo. Ah Camera can he said well. We're going to be over there anyway. We should do some out of the shop and I said yes we should. So we're GONNA Neil here There will be surly demo. Wednesday's and Ice Cream trucks available for a few people I would recommend bringing your own fat bike. If you have one ice cream trucks that I saw nice. Yeah that's the window man in the window over there. It's their five inch platform. It's a big old fat bike and You know we're going to do little meet up at the shop and do some writing in and hit the beach. We actually have a little bit of beach to check. Fat Bike San performance out on and Imagine stop it Black Husky on the way back for libations at the end of the ride. It's a Thursday Thursday. It's because they close early trivia in my bed otherwise if we have to we can always gathering place to the world is poised for the church or a bar. That's nothing says we can't hit both of them either. So that true that's exciting. That's that's these days distillery as well Thursday's the the twelfth notwithstanding my lack of knowing the calendar no I'm just Goin' with whoever guys customer bike Bingo just forever West well you could certainly You might want to get like a really small scooter or something and just kick around. It's it's well that said You know the twenty four lap is four miles so you could just do five of that lap and you'd be good to go. Yeah Virtue Virtue. That's pretty exciting. Other stuff stuff. What what there's a whole like there's a whole bunch of stuff tyrod global fat bike day is December seventh which everybody today is is knowing about the Fat Bike stuff knows it's global fat by day but the Santa Rampage thing has also taken off kind of like bicycle benefits in a way. It's kind of an organic growth thing. It was originally an idea to let people know that cyclists ride twelve months a year and to get that message out. They're a couple dozen people. It wasn't very many on the first one dressed up Santa's enrolled around the city. We're still bosque's deal. Dave started that thing and it's grown. Yeah I mean it's in a lot of saying I know it's even in Boston You know it's a Nashville. It's in Rochester Minnesota. It's Madison and this all happens on the same global fat Klay Day December seventh here in pretty much of the year in Milwaukee And really I think that those first several years of the rampage where some of the best rides I've ever ever been on In some of the last ones that aren't kind of the current format. We were escorted not like bad by the please please escorted goodbye rose WHO's one of our by the nape of the neck? Now now one of our guys had a low power. FM Transmitter and the COPS added blaring out of their speakers. And you know they were escorting four hundred plus Santa's Santa's at this point to our various stops so the neighborhoods were going king right and they would have fifteen minutes a Santa's writing by people in cars ours would not really care. They would wave and have a good time in pissed off helmet on their phones. You know and we're getting so those first does first for several years. Were like the whole ride. Had different stops the new versions actually pretty cool because there's a main San right again police escorted from Out Auden Walla. Tosa down North Avenue which is one of the main east-west arteries Between the Westside Bill OCOEE and the lake. That is police escort. It's approximately six miles. And there's hundreds and hundreds of Santa's it gets to Lakefront brewery and then it disperses from there and people go to points all over the city so so they're Santa's going everywhere and again I mean big spider web of Santa's and the whole whole impetus of Radel. Maybe having a libation I basically on the way is to let people know that cyclists do ride year round. Nothing says that like drunks drowsy throwing beer cans in my plastic not cans bottles better when you break. I may get in trouble for saying this but I think I'm going to do global fat. Mike you can ride a fat by you know it's just different. I was considering going to Rochester. I don't know 'cause they're doing that thing and speaking of not quite Rochester. But how about the whoever came up with the idea of the enduro slash cornhole contest. I just saw that posted this week. Don't have ACLU your top. You didn't you on facebook it's it's I know it's a A next generation space race race. It's only it's instead of like swimming and biking it's GonNa be by fat biking and Cornhole. That's bags bags. They're calling it hard polio So it's kind of north by the it's in violence county johnny if you do have coverage if you're doing that in la bags not going to. I'm going to La SORTA bag. It's it's above a bag. I gotta find out what it is. Because I'm Cornhole Leo. My bunghole remember amy. All right well there was a little slide into stellar there. All Right Ian what else you got. Let us know things on your mind. You're a plethora of information and Folks I think ends pretty open to people contacting acting him and figuring this spike benefits thing out and other kind of Make Bikes the thing in your neighborhood. kind of grassroots organizational type stuff stuff. Yeah we If People WanNA start the program they can order startup. Paxton distribute them around the city. They can add businesses to the website. It's pretty easy. Sweet sweet yeah. I didn't see the ad a business thing. That's actually pretty cool. You can So yeah all year out. Your technology is good because Getting people to know about it is this is a key thing and there's a mobile version of the site. And so you can do it on your on your home while you ride your bike cycle What else can I say? Okay Yeah somebody poked you today. Didn't yeah the getting called here and aside from from the The biking I think the jumping in the water is one of the oasis is of Walkie so I usually you know run around and hop around to increase my I body temperature before I jump in and today forgot to take my keys off my keychain there was hanging around my neck and slapped my key into lie before oh ooh that would be considered a freak accident. Yeah for sure. So do you jump in Lake Michigan. Do you jump in the river or Lake Michigan right on and do it. And you've done the polar bear plunge in the past then. I usually take that day off honestly. I only go into Lake Michigan in the winter winter when I fall in it on accident which has happened more than go. You know when when the ice shelf gets out there and you're fat biking along and Nemec a a bad decision on how solid ice is right on the edge might kind of fall in the water. You know. We're no it's a couple of feet deep. It's called though. Don't don't worry about that. Wake up here Oh yeah heck over by That when a turtled out you know in hearing too. Oh Yeah that was beautiful. I did not fall in Lake Michigan. But there was like a little tributary coming in and just a slow. Like move move move blue and then slowly fall and Bam I'm just laying on this tributary on his attorney it but it was like forty. So you're Kinda like stuck on your bike but your upside down and it was just bad news. That's the same thing that happens. If you're wearing a cable and go biking I know the hero anywhere. Yeah there are no heroes folks shit Couple of other quick the things I want to mention while Tony's looking at his phone for something it laugh it's the Lambeau Fat Ifan and that is bike and Cornhole by but not in Green Bay. No it is January fourth in Saint Germain Wisconsin Dacha. I might be something worth going to. It sounds kind of silly enough to attract my attention. That and the other reason why I'm considering going into global fat Dade set of Santa rampages the crystal methodist playing in Madison that night. Oh so what do you mean going to glow of day. Where are you getting? Am I gonNA blow fat by day instead of fat bike days. All over the yeah. It's not bad it's Friday so where which global fats it would you be going to the one here in Madison camera cameras which is between. That's near where Some dangled NASCAR drivers from over there. The Matt Cans over there from Cambridge near camera and Dick trickle. Yeah that's no the worst name name. Yeah Yeah what what. His last name is trickle. I'm GonNa need my son Dick Richard. Well I don't care. So what the state. Fair Park and Dick trickle no no what a Vdi in state fair no all different. Whatever dangled whatever mangle question do you ever do the The like fat bike ride to Madison in the the middle of winter have not gone that far. No yet that trae sounds like a good time. No Yup I've just done the And the walkie two per Washington right up and then and then writing in part but but that's also just trail. That's just the have the fat bike there to play on the beach and the snow globe. and Oh yeah that was. Yeah you know FEP Bikes really. We did a trip this summer where we took the ferry over over to the other side in Michigan and road fifty miles on roads and they have a pretty nice trail between Muskegon and Silverlake where we went again to ride sand was the goal. So you're not gonNA ride a road bike up there because you're not going to be able to ride the sand so you have to ride your loaded up fat bicske and honestly they. Don't you know you might not go quite as fast. But you're you're riding a bike it's really not like it's a big A major a lot lot more effort. You'll get there five or ten minutes later. Yeah put a little more air in the house and you might normally have zero pretty good at I you know the four season fat bike thing something. We've all advocated for many years and I still do and then when you get to the sand you could do stuff. Nobody else can ed or snow. Which is coming? There are going to be a ton. A ton of groomed trails. Rahm is going to be our own on Metro Milwaukee Metro Mountain bikers. Have a snow dog coming. And they're dreaming Manuka Park their grooming pleasant valley and looking for permission to do Alpha Trails Hoyt and clutch bark so Quechua. They're kind of like we figure out. How many of these we can actually maintain and which happens to a lot of people in a lot of areas when they get big ambitions about running snow machines on snow to make fun for bikers but Just go up to Gordon Get yourself seventy miles a beautiful trails and you'll see it can be done and you know it's just it's another way to open up the outdoors for people that don't normally me think about it and It's a super blast. Yeah the the winners of time to do it. Yeah totally. Just be a gloomy Gus Sit inside it's too cold it's like oh it's way through the sweaty it's like it's the it's the ideal time to read about. Take care of itself year round writing but I do love writing a winter. I ride around the city all year round but I do more events in the winter. I would say for sure we should revisit Shiver West Twenty four because I know that he really up the domain. Yeah that's definitely something that just needs a Needs a little bit of a format in a little push. But I'm all for it. I think it's a great great idea. You know it's just you know we'd be like pick a month and the first AIDS twenty four degrees is the race. Oh I like that. You know. It's like art. Get out there and you totally did Tony. How do I get off shit? You're sick that day. Yeah just hanging off Freccia boss. This is strange request off snow angel for the record. The first one was my first experience at the swinging door. Such is that how it was planned. The first day that was twenty four. No we just decided to do it one day and it turned out to be a lot colder than twenty four and it was like maybe a dozen maybe a little less Denardo your cousin Denardo was out on a rally with with Rambo breaks. He couldn't stop to save his soul. anyone that wiped doubt head to do a snow angel and then we went along the Lakefront and someone maybe you suggested. Hey we're pretty close a swing during could be and and we went to the swing Dory and it blew my mind like I can't believe I don't know about this restaurant because I like to eat and that as I've said multiple times you can't have a bad meal to swinging door. Her is true. It's like anything you go in there. And have it's like an blow your mind. I like how consistent they are even through People who come and go as far as is the people who are preparing food it's just it's very consistent and wonderful Downtown the Lucky folks. It's one of the first ever. Forget one of the first times there. I was just like okay. This place is and go outside for a smoke and they have the music kicking on the outside and the music on the outside was music being played in the kitchen nice and it was just slayer of. I'd like Oh gail in there. Yeah I'm pretty sure it was just like and shout out to Dan. I went there on. It was a little kid and she was having a connection that we didn't go to tackle Tuesday and Dan came out and said Hi to me. I'm like Dan a chance. You make my daughter attack. Oh He's not even on. The Menu yogurts Dako shuts right up. Mike is clear you go keep the kids quiet. Let's goal here a couple more. A quick things to mention event wise fatter by the lake. We'll talk about this again. is coming up January third through Fifth Annoy Staying overnight at the Illinois Beach Resort and Convention Center. Also there's an Ansari event called the. Hey huge jast fat bike race in the same park so be a good time to come in do fat bike stuff on the bench and then Fat Dot Com does have an event calendar. You can go on the website you can go to the thing that says has submit an event and you can submit your own event where it will come under scrutiny. And we will decide whether you're worthy and if you are we will publish your event to who the calendar. Wow you know. Want to run the gauntlet before you get your say. Basically someone checks if you have repulse in your in as long as it says fat bike in the thing we're not doing triathlons and whatnot. You're on a fat bag and it's coming from Russia. Yeah that's sorry I didn't want to get into this now and get some more testimony under our belts exactly the best napping music in the world. Now he's from hearing all right in. Thanks for being on the show you got anything you WANNA leave us with As far as last thoughts now this has been great. Enjoyed coming into the shop. Guys reignited the The reason that I got into biking in the first time so I spent then some more time mountain biking this year right now so thank you all right everybody. We'll be back here next week. Day before Thanksgiving No I know. We'll be the day after thanks. Well we'll be here Thanksgiving everybody when you hear snag rocks. Yeah Friday probably breath.

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#461 Governor Scott Walker

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#461 Governor Scott Walker

"Now the lace welcome to first glass fatherhood. Welcome everybody episode. Four hundred and sixty one of the podcast. I am happy as always to be here with you by this. Is your first time. Listening to the podcast. Please go back not subscribe on. He did not want to miss all. The action is coming your way right here on first-class fatherhood all right. That's today. I am joined by the forty. Fifth governor of the great state of wisconsin governor scott walker. Is my guest on today's podcast. Governor walker is currently the president of young. America's foundation or why af skywalker was the governor of wisconsin from two thousand eleven to two thousand nine hundred thousand serving two terms now as the president of why af governor walker launched what is called the long game it seeks to help instill a new sediment in the hearts of young americans one based on freedom and the values that made america great in the first place governor walker threw his hat in the ring to run for president of the united states. Back in two thousand and sixteen. He was one of the front runners to become the republican nominee which eventually went to donald trump. It's an honor to have governor walker on the podcast today scott walker. We'll be here with me into minnesota. Please stick around interview at today's interview. Wit- governor walker was recorded on video and is available for you guys to watch on my youtube channel. You like to watch today's conversation between the governor and myself please get over there and hit me with subscribe. 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Fatherhood save twenty percents off your first order a gift for first time customers from i last fatherhood joining me now. First-class father and the forty fifth governor of the great state of wisconsin scott walker. Welcome to first class. Fatherhood great to be with you. Thanks for having me on all right. Let's start at just like this year. How many kids do you have. And how old are they Two boys matinee. Alex twenty six twenty five year about the day apart very cool. Yeah i have four myself. My two older are fifteen months apart. So i know a little bit about that Governor elect to right into this here. What were some of the challenges are difficulties for you of being the governor of wisconsin. While being well you know ten years ago my kids were still in high school. So when i was first elected probably the biggest challenge was within a mont i had i hundreds then. Thousands then tens of thousands of protesters around the state capital. The eventually came to my home. Tonet and i raised her two boys in walla tosa which is a suburb milwaukee and so even when i became governor. We kept him in school there. Which was a godsend. Because in the midst of all the protests thankfully even though they were government run school high school while the tosa east at least add their circle of friends are parents moved in their grandparents moved into a home to an at and i would come home every night from the capital is about an hour's drive and so It was probably a little bit more catholic than normally be with family life but we kept As normal as it could be in their home with their friends. They were active in sports and scouts and music and all sorts of stuff like that throughout their time in school and that was really a great counterbalanced all the chaos including some days when they come home because there were that many protests surrounding the house until later the day incredible stuff. I can't even begin to imagine what that must be like especially with your family there and everything had going on so along this journey that you've had here governor about. How old were you when you first became a dad and had to becoming a father kind of change your perspective on life. Yeah the i was. When i met my wife my wife was a widow. She had not had children but she was a widow. When we were first dating. I knew the first night i dated. I marry her took her a few months later. The figure that out go along with that as well but we were married. When i was twenty five we had our first born matthew. Twenty six per the reason why his name as matthew is in hebrew that means a gift from god and he was our gift because like i said she had been a widow didn't know if she'd be married again let alone have children and then we were blessed second time just a just a month and a day after the year after and totally changes your life we still have both of their ultrasound pictures because even more before they were born i remember with matthew a net and i were both pro-life before this the image of our first born in the ultrasound was turned on his side and it was a profile. You could see as handout and his his thumb was in his mouth and it was just that you vivid reminder about what a gift he was from guided and how that was a baby unborn. Baby certainly affirmed our belief in being pro-life but it changes everything. You know all of our friends today. Overwhelmingly our people that we got to know when our kids were little in fact. A group of the moms were all into bob's in touch per group from kindergarten nine and we've stayed friends some twenty years later even our kids have grown on and moved on and and now we're all graduated from college and in their workforce in their own right. Yeah very cool. Yeah my wife actually started a mops mothers of preschooler chapter over here by us when our kids were younger. So i know a little bit about how that works. And it's a great organization in itself for moms of young preschoolers to stay connected. Now you're the president of young. America's foundation will tell listeners about that. What does this whole long game plan. Yeah yeah in fact if people want to know the details. yif dot org slash long game. That tells about where we're headed going forward but as a dad actually well ten years ago tonet and i had her first chance to go out to the reagan ranch john. California that's owned and operated by young america's foundation and it actually was purchased from the reagans back some twenty plus years ago when they were going to sell it off. It would have been ashamed to see that. Be divided up into some sort of a development and instead the ranch is exactly the way the president first lady kept it You get to see a lot about the library. We often said tells you about the reagan administration. The ranch tells you about the van and we came ten years ago. It was a great inspiration. Because we saw ronald reagan back in the day got all sorts of grief and attacks many in the media and many political opponents and yet he persevered and did the right thing. That really opened our eyes to the work that yif was doing both of our kids when they got in the college. A few years later got involved in particular. Matthew actually brought steve forbes on campus through a partnership in funding from yif So that directly influenced our kids ability to be active in college at that. They weren't alone that there were other students who are believed in america who patriotic. Who loved the country. Who believe in freedom and free enterprise opportunity and all the things that have made this country so except should all. And that's what really young america's foundation does. It's focused on freedom promoting free enterprise strong traditional values national defense individual liberties. And that's why. I was drawn to it. Because i've been up in those battles myself over the last decade and now i know what our students are going through. Many of them feel like they're under siege now on campus but in culture and even in censorship for big tac. Yeah obviously we see that going on everywhere governor. I had the national news on the podcast. Here what his daughter. Danielle baltimore dartmouth university alumni and they told about the major differences about conservatives being on campus when he went as opposed to when she went. I've had guys in the podcast here. Eric trump Secretary of state. Mike pompeo and i just got destroyed on social media for having them and it seems like this stuff only goes one way when it comes to the cancellation sinus thing. Well that's part of the problem. Our students face. And we've seen this for decades. It goes all the way back to nineteen sixties. When there's been a concerted effort to try and change things. I'll give you a good example. The impact it's having We have a tip line that students give us information we look into oftentimes it's because they feel cancelled or even sometimes their free speech rates are outright offended or not offended but they're objecting to free speech on campus which is in the constitution but it should particularly be revered and support in college campus. But this tip line goes beyond just free speech violations. We had about a month ago. We found in ames iowa. The local campus there. Which is iowa state. Some of the students told us about something not just in the college campus but happening literally in the local school district the public school district where they had what was called the b. l. him week of action. It was at the start of black history month. Nothing wrong with black history. But what they did with this job week of action had little or nothing to do with black history it was all about indoctrination and they started as early as kindergarten when all the way through twelfth grade where they gave these kindergarteners coloring pages about transgendered told them that they can make their mind up about their sex in the curriculum. For of older students actually talked about the idea. That fathers didn't need to be a part of a traditional family. That was okay not to have a father in the family. And i thought boy this is such radical indoctrination early on and it flies completely in the face of forget about politics but just about everything that we see. Data overwhelmingly shows that fathers need to be a strong part of the household. Ideally a two parent household. The father's in particular need to be part of a strong household. And that's not only a moral issue. A moral imperative the dan. I know the brookings institute for example shows that if you graduate get a job and wait till you're at least in your twenties and married before you have children. The data overwhelmingly shows That the the people who do that are not going to live a life of poverty no matter who they are no matter where they come from the data overwhelmingly shows that to be true so this is a good example of not only as a moral threat to our society but it flies in the face of science and all the data. That's out there as well and so we expose that we push back on that. We're making sure that it doesn't happen anywhere else in iowa for that matter anywhere else across the country but it's it's not new york city it's not in san francisco. It was happening at ames iowa. Which is i think a pretty good reminder and to cancel culture is really about blocking out kind of traditional values and traditional ideas of what the family is in trying to put in place in. Its place some pretty radical ideas and again. That's part of the reason why we're pushing a long game encourage only Students but parents who are concerned to go get why af dot org slash long game to find out more what we're doing to combat this. Yeah i love that governor. I'm going gonna drop lincoln description of this podcast episode so my listeners can get over there and tap it out and find out more what you're about. Listen i talk on this. Show all the time about the father of this crisis that we're facing in our country right here and you know it's not to take away anything from the moms that are out there. The single moms that are out there working miracles. I always have to make that disclaimer. But if you want if you showed me a neighborhood that's got high teenage crime rate high teenage pregnancy high teenage suicide. I'm gonna show you a neighborhood that's got a high number of fatherless households it's really a pandemic in our country and if we just tighten up our nuclear family units and bring some god back into focus your i think most of the problems we have country. Really start to dissolve quickly here. Oh absolutely and this is why parents and grandparents other concerned family members are reaching out trying to get young people to support that they need not just to not be canceled out but to be supported in life. I think back of both my parents my father and my mother. My dad was a preacher. He's with the lord now. My mom's still alive. But i just think about the two of them as busy as my dad was is involved in things as he was he and my mother never missed any of my my athletic events. I was in track. And football basketball played little league scouts. It all sorts of activities. They went to every single one of those things even his grandparents. They'd never miss my kids activities. I know even when i was running for governor. I did the same. I one of the knights ahead debate on a friday night and got out ran out the door and got to my kids football game to watch them play because that was just such a priority and i particularly remember when my my sons are just a year apart when matthew i went off to college and alex was finishing off his senior year. I'd come home each night from the capital. Make that our plus track to get back home and we'd make sure i'd done all my business literally put my phone away and we'd just go sit with him sometimes. It was maybe just watching some goofy cartoon her late night rerun but something to spend time with him and let him know that as busy as i was my number one responsibility was being his father and being with him particularly sometimes he just needed to talk. And there's just nothing more fulfilling the being being a parent in this case. Big father my case i love it the only other thing. I'm looking forward to it someday when my kids get married and hopefully god willing they give you the blessing of having grandchildren. Because from what i hear. That's pretty amazing as well. yeah. I'm in no hurry to get their myself. I'm sure it'll be fantastic when the time comes. But what about as far as discipline goes here governor. What type of disciplinarian are you as a dad and is not different in the disciplined styled. All right dad's we learned anything is last year. It's that building health. Immunity is more important than ever. 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But but as i grew older and could think more and understand things. I always went out of my way in terms of my expectations. Explain why things were important. Not just what so for example when both my kids get two boys as mentioned i started dating more than just the birds and the bees. I taught them about respect. I stressed that word over and over again. If that both of them on their first dates. I text him about half an hour to the dipped into their date are espn ct. Because i wanted them. I knew i know what any young man no matter. What area from there you know. There's just hormones that go on and the whole bit and so it wasn't just teaching him a like you said about the birds and the bees. It was teaching them to respect everyone but particularly the young woman they might be on a date with. And i thought if you respect someone then all the other crazy things that we worry about are either not going to happen or at least less likely to happen and i think that was really important to an anti through our teachings through the bible church the things we talked about and the way we tried to live our lives. Probably the best example. The best teaching moment for them was to see how i i respected their mother. My wife and how the same was true with my grandmother and my my father and his respect for her really important for kids to see that from their father how they respect their mother how they respect their grandmother how the respect the other women in the life and how they respect people they interact with And and i had you know boundary. No no a limits. As to how far we go to push the importance of respect and if they violated that respect not just with our household but with with other people there were serious consequences. That just as there was in my household. When i was a very well governor. Yeah and you know one of the things. When i was a kid growing up like we see what's happened over the last year here with some of the riots and stuff like that if i was ever throw bricks rule window i i would hope that the police got me before my father would because there will be some severe consequences for me. And i think if the kids don't have that type of Disciplined or that type of parent threat hanging over them. I think kind of run in free and running loose not worried about the consequences as much. Show i. I think that's particularly where the father role comes in. And also you say they're about dating. My oldest is fifteen nine hundred dating scene yet. I'm just on the onset here. But i drive with uber on the weekends and just recently. I had this These couple that were on a date night. And they had two stops on the u-b-e-r dropped her off first so she gets out of the car and she walks up to the door and i asked me. You want me to wait till she gets inside he goes. Oh yeah that will be nice So she gets in and then we started driving away. And i asked him like you know. Just kind of curious. It'd been it ever occurred to you to get out and walk her to the door or is that just something like in the generation of that. They don't do anymore so it was kind of caught me off guard to say. Hey i better make sure. I get on my son year because i would expect him to do something like that and then one of the things. It's tough to governor is watching our kids fail and i know a lot of times You know failing sometimes can be more beneficial than winning. So it's it's tough to navigate them through the failures but it is beneficial in the long run where it really is and again high expectations. Certainly support folks. You talk about succeeding a or being knocked down. One of my favorite coaches. Actually his autobiography. I got a kick out of his up at the reagan ranch because his widow. Mrs lombardi gave ronald reagan. That book after he helped out with charity event they had for to fight cancer which is what ultimately took coach lombardi coach lombardi. At the end. You know well known for a success. I'm obviously green bay. Packers fan talked a lot about his quotes about winning but near the end of his life when he was bad on cancer One of the reporters asked him if if his view a winning a change and he said his view winning with simple. You said winning excellences about getting up one more time than you meant to knock down. Which is why. I encourage my kids to be in sports. Not just because it's fun but because it was a good way to learn not only how to win how to lose and get back up on your feet again. It's okay to keep score. It's okay to the nationally for excellence. But it's okay to sometimes lose as long as you use that as a learning experience and you get back up your feet and you work that much harder you get that more determined and that's a key to life out there. What are the other neat things. I mentioned the reagan ranch. When i was up there the day we had had students in for a day camp at the ranch. The next day. I came back with a group and the great guy driving the shuttle. Bus to me said you know. Hey governor i just want you to know. I was really impressed with these. These high school kids that are in your program. You know they were. They said thank you. They were polite to each other and they really engaged and they were. They loved american. They love talking about it. And that's really what we talk about. What i'm doing it why of why we're doing this thing called. The long game is is to start not just in college but now in high school even in middle school and even with elementary school kids not only for the kids but for the parents to give those moms and dads the tools you got these projects these programs out there. That are trying to tell people that you know. America's awful and and yet. I meet people all the time who come from all over the world. Particularly from places like cuba or venezuela. Some of the folks who've come from the old soviet republics and they love america. I mean i hear them their parents and grandparents they talk about you know just loving this country. My my brothers in laws came from mexico decades and decades ago legally came to this country and they're just so thankful for the opportunity they received in the freedoms that are available and we need to teach our young people about that and need to teach them not to take it for granted because a lot of people are trying to you know. Somehow there's something wrong with america we can always improve no doubt about that just like we can't in our own lives but we live in an exceptional country that gives opportunities that most would only dream of and again. That's part of what we're pushing with this long game. Yeah very well said governor again d delete for the way. F- is in the description of today's podcast episode. What's next for you here. what's coming up for you kind of goals. Could we see you possibly run for office again here in the near future. Well who knows. I'm a quarter century. Younger than joe biden. So he's lifted the bar in terms of age. I i got plenty of time. My goal over the next few years is is it was with my kids were young and make sure they. They were raised well and and and they're both in their mid twenties now. Both successful good jobs good careers good opportunities. They're good decent young men that that job never never end until the day you go back to meet with our heavenly father but in the meantime for at least the next four or five years. I'm particularly focused on helping young people that next generation of young people really exceed and do well and exceed expectations and and learned to love this country. I look back. And i think my parents in particular my grandparents who made their way through the great depression two world wars all the things that were happening during their lifetime and they passed on to me into my generation and america that was far greater than the one they inherited even with all those challenges. And it's really incumbent upon me and my generation now to make sure that kids both our kids right now and those that are yet to be born inherit on america. That's even greater the one we got from our parents and grandparents. I'll be doing that for the next few years but who knows someday maybe i'll run again if there's a time and the need amen to that governor hope you do. I'd love to see lasting. I wanna hit you with. I love to ask all the dads. Get on the podcast. What type of advice do you have. That new dad often that about to be father. Who's out there. Listen enjoy every moment. I love it when knowing dad's parents to be a general say age is the best. I had an aide years ago and her husband has me exactly that question when they were having their first baby. And i said my favorite age. Whatever they are when they were newborns. You're coddle them you hold them and even our first born who was colic for the first three months. I look back now and just think how i cherish those law mrs crazy as they were walking up and down the steps and earl duplex tried to sue them with this eventually worked out. My best vices is spend as much time as you can with your kids. My parents my dad in particular did that for me. I tried to do that with my kids. Certainly want my kids someday to do it with with with children went. If they're blessed by guide to have them it is just spend as much time. Don't wait until a certain age. Don't wait oh wait till they're able to do things around now when they're babies toddlers when they're just getting into school when they're saying amazing things when they're in middle school probably is going to be the most challenging because junior high everybody's awkward. I don't care who you are an awkward time. That's the time to really let them know how much you care for them. Even if they may not show it back to you and then they go on the high school in college. It's amazing the older you get the smarter. You seem to them. You haven't changed just that perspective has but but by the time they're grown. You'll wish you'd spent more time with them. Spend as much time as you can ya very well said. I love the message. That's been on for me. Say governor scott walker your first last father all away it. Thank you so much again. If you and your time here on. I last father my pleasure. God be with you back to wrap things up here. I ll fatherhood. I got to give a special. Thank you once again to governor scott walker for giving me a few minutes time here. It was such an honor. Please let me up on twitter guys who me that on instagram. Let me know thought about today's episode. Always loved to read you feedback. Make sure you lock it in and got a lot more action coming your way on the podcast this week follow me on instagram at alex underscore released to find out all the upcoming guests announcements. That's all i got you guys today. Allographs you have been listening to first place. Please remember guys. We are not babysitters we are fathers. Fathers we are first class. Fathers on know.

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We're GONNA get to this presently. Retired Milwaukee Police Detective Steve Spingola is on the phone to talk about the fire and police commission's decision to not just demote. MILWAUKEE. Police. Chief. L. Morales No, it wasn't just a demotion. It was. It was. I. was as close to slander as you can get. So we're going to get into that because what does this mean for Milwaukee? Milwaukee has seen in eighty seven percent increase in homicide what the numbers are for drugs and all the rest of the mayhem. What does it mean for the citizens of Milwaukee? What does it mean for peace and order? What is so we'll get to that coming up on the program. Also in the program in this hour Dr Scott Barber is going to join me Dr Barber is part of the white coat summit. I lost count of how many of you sent me the video to the white coat summit the one that Google. Band. Dr Barbara is going to join me on the program to talk about political war against cheap treatments cove in. Nineteen. That's coming up on the show for those of you who are going to listen to the entire program all the way through the Madison the to Madison Hours. At the end of the show on the Madison side of the program Simone Gold is going to join me on the show as well. So Dr Simone Gold also of the white coat summit, America's frontline doctors but I want to start with what I mean I think you can only I'm not capture. The Pathetic Political weakness of the city of Milwaukee Fire and police commission accurately or adequately when I say. What happened to the chief? Is. It's a political assassination politically, they attempted to politically assassinate this guy. And do it in such a way that that. His credibility. Would be under question. And I find that. Despicable. Steve Spingola who was a retired Milwaukee police detective. He's you've seen him on cold justice. He's written books. He's been on this program many times friend of mine. And a friend of the chiefs welcome to the program I'm just GONNA. Let you tip because. Not. Everybody knows personally knows the chief like you do but I think even if you don't. And you've been following this, this looks like a political assassination Steve. Or public castration it's it's what it is. You're right. You know this fire. Earth find a legitimate reason to fire. So they went out issued a level executives. That's couldn't meet or you've already met. It depends upon how you take a look at this and then last night they go out they publicly Morrison to Catholic. It's just probably the worst thing I've ever seen. I've been lost four smarter super. On top of you know he wants to call you ask me hide when. The issue, a directive in now last night he says, we want more transparency well, time I got bad news for you talking about you in leadership is like an oxymoron you don't do. I watch something. I met. In nineteen eighty. I was working with like. Mike Dowse. Homicide over so sided WanNa tell you where the house. We had people to death learn the house is gun gunshots coming down the street. We run down there and I wanted to the first time highlight Alma rows off dewey. He was in his then fiancee. House. Guarding it because it had been shot up and that's just what happened before reactive because. With the Mexican cartel. Side and they were trying to send a message executing his now wife. Didn't back down. He is the most bold and I personally I have ever seen in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety to one of the things that everybody talks about Milwaukee Morales was important with a motor at you sort an email. Iran or. Ball after being found guilty. Something over counter. Jeopardy shot the deputy and was in the process of. Service when the Dawson's killed. Almost getting himself killed I here's a guy last night it's fire emotions. fail the city if Morales sales saleslady. Dahmer's an eating disorders. There is something along with this failure including commission. Says War. He's talked the talk he's got the respective, every man and woman not only work but in once forced and I've been told me that if you listening to the day and. took. The colliers, my friends and something else. Police Commission the moment in, but they can't take away to respect the men and women asked for you. Absolutely, upset with us and I cannot take ricky somebody has to go along. Something right now, and it just appears that that city is basically when it comes to fighting. Where's the Mare. Where's there's this is the problem. Tom. Barrett who says I'm very disappointed in the fireplace commission was nowhere to be found defending his chief. He could have defended the G. Coulda showed up and defended his chief Camera. and. Cart. Before. This guy is he's The he's the earthly got convert. It lost the box, his latest playoff run through down. In Miami, they lost at ESPN. The Greatest That they could have hired. A pizza what they're going to bring him they can't. Fact for running being committee and the city for the next several years. Well, good aloft Milwaukee. This is why everybody is leading. Who wants to be chief in this environment? I mean. Let's. Let's won't go back for a second before we. Let you answer that question. The whole. End Because, he put down a riot save does it raise your hand? If you want riots in Milwaukee seems nobody's and is up except the crazy people who think that riots are a okay and nothing more than mostly peaceful protests. So he puts down a riot forty whatever businesses it already been looted I. And, they get Vicki police officer in any. Gas. In. Keyser we gas cleese. Well. Now. We use to protect ourselves you're going to. Be, active cases the people who have burning businesses down. Where's the common sense here? So this is why but this is what happened. He he went he went a foul of of the woke Kalt that is demand right that is demanding. Day that's the problem with what was going on your baseball. Morality. Humour. While he was a crank fighter to begin with. That's not politically correct in Milwaukee right now and so they had to get rid of them. They had them make this Caspi last night and to Morton the captive I don't know if the guy could easily work in this environment right now you know I, just don't think it's a healthy environment I I think he's an after tire and you Know what it stands for him to reinvent themselves Milwaukee's GonNa, see what lost but was another major city in K. control the crime problem and it's sort of like anything else like once it's gone, you're not going to get it back. Now let's go to that question who wants to be chief in an environment like this nobody except the people that they think they can control nobody but yes, man. Exactly exactly. You'RE GONNA have a bunch of spineless people there that are running around when people looting and then they talked to foreign meese this guy who's federal indictment for a firebomb, a police station in forty sixteen and they asked him his opinion he cares about his opinion. UCSB. Until where is a good people in lower? I'll tell you where they are. They've all moved to the suburbs and they're laughing at walk. Yeah. I must have seen this fifty times what I post the story that the chief had been demoted to captain I'm glad I left Milwaukee. Well, there goes Milwaukee. Milwaukee's last hope and in the next chief will be a yes man the next. Will say Oh you don't WanNA use pepper spray, or OC or. Non Lethal projectiles to control the crowd. We'll do that. What does that due to the cops on the street though so you've got a yes man chief you know people say, well, that's what you get. But what is that due to the police officers on the street if the police officers on the street don't have a chief that's got their back and they don't know. Plastic long source that simply means COP slapping people talking to people using their own initiative to try to investigate crime before it happens. To do now respond to crimes and you can see how segue rate you can't blame Morales for this. Actively, we had Ed Flynn dismantle the whole detective bureau because he will protect us. He thought we should prevent crime instead of. Disturbed once it happened well, that sounds great April but the problem is is always crying. Crying problem is going to continue to go off because they keep on cutting paths, and now they talk about the funding the police gotta be kidding me here. He's gotta be kidding if the citizens of hockey aren't getting their cdw licenses carrying guns, they shouldn't be walking around there at all I might. Cutting cops. And now more cops are going to get cut. Cops are going to be told they can't use the tools they were trained to use. Every every decision by a police officer runs afoul of the WO- call that runs afoul of the left wing. Woke map is going to be put under scrutiny. It doesn't matter if it was completely justifiable in its saved someone's life or stop crying we've gotta get to Mensa here in a second the Wawa. Toasted police officer doesn't matter if you if you have somehow offended the virtuous. Narrative of the woke cult that is now in control of major American cities and the Democratic Party is too damn afraid to say anything about an Tom Barrett being a member of the Democratic Party because they own it lock stock and barrel is too terrified to stand up for a good man and a good chief like Alfonso Morales then what you're going to get the actions. At the at the street level by the COPS is probably going to be hesitation or thinking twice about whether or not. They're going to want to endure what could be the proctor logical exam of their careers. and. Not what very saying it's. which is nothing and that's what's been ever since he was elected a do nothing. There was just trying to ride his little meal appointment into retirement here. It's been tire for the last couple of unions I think like a wax dummy shooting in his house here in talking to the cluster we did it's just believable. They can do what they wanted to Morales. Basically. Slapping face the all the men and women have lost. The heat. If you go out there and you're actively do your job, we look what we can do. This is what we WANNA do. We can do it. We can make up a reason the don't have one just watch and you know the interesting thing this city is almost bankrupt as it is right now morales to fantastic accusing. Might Year and They're going to find a call batch. Eighty and he's going to west and he's going to have some type of a contract with some type of agreement. He's not gonNA be able to make a state I. Mean we all know what the Steve is GonNa be since Kirk and they don't want it better. There's just a scene. Of what's going on but nobody wants to do white thing here. This is the he's. The chief is from is is the son of Mexican immigrants incredible you got. Your. Exactly exactly. He was a star. In went to cows. Look way he says the guy, he's expensory. This is the guy who wants to marry your dog. This guy is fantastic and he's a loon on. Top and out listening bands might not take. Greeted All. Well see and I'm actually out of time in this segment Next time I have you on we to talk about the the you know the railroading that is going on of the we're Tosa police, officer Joseph Mensah but I do appreciate your time on the program and thank you very. Thanks man I appreciate it. We're going to take a break here on the Vicki McKenna show. I'll be right back. Show, Dr Scott Barber. America's frontline doctors to talk about. Treatments that that are being denied. People who have coronavirus as the media continues to just shovel out. Death Com. Infection counts etc. it all designed to keep everybody terrified to not share the information that there is. Effective treatment is I think it's evil. I think that politics has. Is is ruling everything and if that means keeping people away from adequate coronavirus treatments. Because the. Getting control of this situation, which is pretty much. We're pretty much already in control of it just nobody wants to accept that getting control of the coronavirus situation if if that gets in the way of politics. then. Matt. Moore dead bodies is a political win. Yeah. I am that cynical am that cynical I wanna just share. And I WANNA, get a detective Spingola back on the program to talk about this. He knows quite a bit about. This particular case, it's the case of the wall would Tosa police officer Joseph. Mensah. Who is in the process of fighting for his job? Because he shot. A seventeen year old who fired off around, pointed a gun and fired off a round. From a gun with is I understand from this post here by detective Spingola. From a hand from a gun that had a thirty, thirty, four rounds in the magazine. Says here, seventeen year old shop at a shopping pointed a gun I'm sorry thirty one round magazine in an officer and discharged around says officer Mensah returned fire and killed the shooter. The incident was captured on the officer's body cameras yet months have passed without the district attorney's office doing what a fifth grader could do watch the video and find the shooting justifiable. So the investigation into the shooting into the officer involved shooting is not even complete and you've gone through all with Tosa fire and police commission trying to run this guy out of his job. A black police officer. In Tosa, a police department that is. Considered among the gold standard police departments in the country. Is. Black police officer isn't this you know everybody wants Black Police Officers Hispanic police officers all this. And and they're trying to run the man out of his job because the woke mob. Doesn't. We'll not conscience any police officer using any kind of force against any suspect that isn't white. That's that's where we're at here. That's where we're at Madison. That's where we're Raton in Walla. Tosa. That's where we're at Milwaukee. GonNa take a quick break your Dr Scott Barbara is GonNa. Join me next to talk about. Hydrochloric win it works. He's going to tell you why be right back. the millions of you who were able to see the white coat summit that was presented by a group called America's frontline doctors, Dr. Barbara. was part of that group along with some other people like Dr Simone. Gold. And I've got him on the phone with me right now to talk about the campaign doc, it's a campaign against hydroxy chloroquine and we've seen this. It's almost as if you know there's advertisement. This drug and yet your presentation with multiple doctors said that if this drug is administered early and properly, it can actually save lives from Cova One, thousand, nine hundred, and if you don't mind walk people through the the logic of this. Absolutely Vicki and thanks for having me on your show just to give your little listeners a little bit of a background. I'm an ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON IN ATLANTA. We have a large practice with five clinics and a surgery center, and we have thousands of patient interactions and hundreds of surgeries every month. And as a physician when I became aware that this pandemic was spreading. I. Of course started to acquaint myself with corona virus with numbers within the within the You know the data that was coming out in terms of people that were being. Infected I started acquainting myself with everything that was important including the treatments and there were tons of studies out there. That demonstrated that hydroxy core was effective. as I started to read this in the media started to report that it wasn't effective I thought well, this is flying in the face of the remains of research that are out there. In fact, there were studies. From a doctor. Who is reporting a fivefold decrease in mortality when hydroxy chloroquine was given early in low doses in combination with zinc, there's one of the world's most renowned epidemiologist in France da. Rahul. Of Research on it and suggesting that low dose hydroxy chloroquine given early in combination with zinc effective and I was wondering why all this negative reporting on our Jackson Corcoran's. Hydroxy Clark went has been FDA approved for sixty five years and has one of the safest drug profiles of any drug out there and I started thinking to myself if I was to tell you that taking a multi-vitamin would protect you from this deadly disease. Would you say back to me I need to wait for another randomized controlled double blind crossover prospective study or would you just take the multivitamin? Well, that's how safe Hydroxy Clark when would was, and so it was really odd to me that there was all this negative publicity and all of this attempt to. The Hydroxy Clark was dangerous, and then suddenly these two large papers come out in the New England Journal of Medicine Lancet. That said that hydroxy Clarkin was not only ineffective but that it was dangerous. To patients and I the time I'd been studying the medication for about two months. At that time I, knew that that was just not true and based on those two studies, the World Health Organization and the CDC and the FDA all band hydroxy chloroquine, the World Health. Organization Stop All studies on Hydroxy Clark win, and then suddenly two weeks after the publication in the New England Journal of Medicine Lancet the stories were retracted in the reason they were retracted is because they got caught. Using fake made up data from a company called surges fear, and so when the Americans frontline doctors went to DC to simply point out the research that was available for anybody to see on Hydroxy Quinn, big tech censored us off of social media and Youtube and their argument was that we were making plans that were against the CDC and the W. H. O. Well, those who and CDC claims were based on these fraudulent study in the Lancet and in the New England Journal of Medicine. There's also I mean. It's strange to me that the big tech moguls who don't have medical degrees. Thought that they could make the decision that I couldn't see your video for nobody else could see your video where people couldn't hear that there was that the supposed studies that were to prove this drug doesn't work were faked. That's kind of important information because it's a very cheap drug it is the drug you have described that has an incredibly safe profile. It is a drug that is given routinely to people with lupus Ra I have a girlfriend on it for rheumatoid arthritis. She's never had an ekg. She's never had a heart test. She's never had any test before she's got a multitude I won't say. She has a multitude of different serious conditions and she's never been tested before being prescribed this drug which has been on for about twenty years. So you would think this is great because it's cheap. If you get this drug in people's hands very early, you know early symptoms of this disease with Zeke we can avoid hospitalizations. If you avoid hospitalizations, you have death isn't that a win win. And something is going. Yeah, and see that's the thing. That's obvious. So You know I'm doing this research and it's clear that what's important here is early treatment and in combination with zinc. So every time the media was promoting study that said, Hydroxy Clark wasn't working. The first thing you would notice is that it was toxic doses if i Jackson pork when with no Zach and administered late in the disease process, well, those studies only prove that toxic doses of Hydroxy Clark winner not effective and I mean it just didn't pass the smell test I, mean the New England Journal of Medicine tried to say that the problem with actually Clark. When was this potential Cardiac Arrhythmia and that it was dangerous in that way when the truth is. The Hydroxy Clark went has been FDA approved in prescribed for sixty five years. I mean billions and billions of prescriptions over the years, and if you look at the literature, there's less than fifty deaths attributed to Hydroxy Clark when related to cardiac issues and of those fifty that you look at, they were all receiving doses higher than what a patient would get for the treatment of Cogan. So none of this adds up and so if you start looking for reasons, why would somebody say that? This very cheap safe long use drug is a problem. Why would they do that? Well, when Donald Trump mentioned that hydrofluoric Clark when might be an effective treatment for for covid the stock of Gilead the company that makes dozen dropped by twenty, one, billion dollars, and then there's the obvious political issues that surround the lockdowns and the damage to the economy. I mean people can use their own judgement. As to why they do this. But but the one thing that is not rational is this passion to prevent anybody from talking about hydroxy chloroquine or from pointing out how safe it is or from allowing doctors to prescribe it I mean that's not in the purview of the once a medicine is FDA approved it is up to a doctor and a patient to decide whether or not they want to use the drug. I'm glad you said that I want to get to the fact that doctors are being prohibited from prescribing the drug got some evidence of Wisconsin Hospital. agencies associate not the association but different companies under the Wisconsin Hospital umbrella that are telling doctors you're not allowed to prescribe it. You're not allowed to prescribe it, and then we also have stories of pharmacists refusing to fill prescriptions. But before we get to that I'm looking here at a National Institute of Health Study Two thousand and five found that chloroquine was effective in treating corona virus in primates it has been ignored two thousand five against against the the original SARS virus. This drug was tested and found to be effective with ZINC I. That nobody knows about it. Conservative leaning media has given it some attention. So I guess if you're politically conservative and you consume some of these media outlets, you might know that but there's a two thousand five study in the National Institutes for Health Journal that says, Hey, you know what this worked we tested it in primates and this is something that seems to be very effective against the SARS virus. Yeah and who wrote that article Dr Anthony Anthony Fauci. He in that article is which by the way was one of the first ones I found when I spent my first few minutes reviewing hydroxy Clark when. I, thought to myself wow stars Kobe. One is seventy eight percent similar than Sarkova to and if you look at the mechanism of action of how I chloroquine and zinc work to prevent viral Repercu- replication to me Dr Xiaojie supposedly one of the world's most renowned. urologists would know that hydroxy chloroquine was likely to be effective against Tokens, and so that was kind of the first thing I'm thinking to myself what in the world is going on here and I can't under under state just how Earth shattering it is that the New England Journal of Medicine and the Lancet published these bogus studies. I mean you have to understand the Lancet is like the Bible if something is published in there, you know that it has gone to rigorous peer review that the study is is is is made in such a way that it has minimal bias and they. Don't let for weeks studies into into journal like that, and so the idea that these phony fake studies got in there and then had to be retracted two weeks later when they got caught using fake data, it's just so unprecedented that don't think people realize what's going on here and I guess the point I'm trying to say about just I cannot accept that that was an honest error and so in my opinion, the only way that could have happened is with the New England Journal of Medicine and Lancet being complicit in whatever this narrative is to try and discredit hydroxy clerk. Let me go back to something else that I had said and that is some pharmacists aren't filling prescriptions. You can find a doctor will prescribe this to you and some pharmacists are saying I'm not gonNA fill the prescription you have hospital agencies companies saying you're not allowed to prescribe this how do you? How do people get it? This is. The folks who have been able to take it, and again, you take a low dose of it over his prescribed amount of time you must take zinc within a certain dose of zinc with it over prescribed amount of time the how I mean there are people who want this. There are people who are asking their doctors for it and their doctors are saying, sorry, you're not going to take some tylenol. Yes so I would just admit to you that prior to this whole episode I was not a hundred percent familiar with how the FDA worked and what their ability was to regulate doctors from prescribing medicines but I've done a lot of research in the last several months and the reality is once the medicine is FDA approved for a certain indication it's up to a doctor and a patient to decide if they. WanNa use it off label. So long as we use the medication at the dose FDA approved the interval FDA approved and for the duration if the approved the indication up to the doctor and patient FDA has absolutely no role. They're the only thing that they're allowed to prevent companies from advertising off label use of a medication but doctors routinely prescribed medications for indications other than what the medicine was originally designed for so. It's not up to these pharmacists governors to prevent doctors from from prescribing the drug but in the way that the FDA and the WHO coordinated with the State Studies in the New England Journal and medicine and land discredit hydroxy chloroquine did a couple of things. Number One may doctors fearful about prescribing this medicine and having their license threatened it make pharmacists chill threatened that if they filled the medication, their licenses would be. Affected and then doctors you know not everybody's doing the research that I've been doing and so some of them are just. Unaware of the fact that it's a safe effective drug, and so that was part of the reason that America's frontline doctors decided to go to DC to help spread the word and let people know listen. I did not go up there giving any new information all I did was go up there and say America just look at the data that's available out there I would just encourage people to go and Research Hydroxy Clark went on their own and research masks on their own but don't use anything from twenty twenty and you will get a very different set of data points. Then you'll get if you consider things that were only written and twenty twenty and the reason is because politics is. Dramatically, gotten into intertwined with our doctor patient relationship and it's a very dangerous off. What can the Kathy do anything I know that there is Someone in the FDA there was A. Bright who deliberately subverted the the ability of hydrochloric when to be made available with millions of doses I believe it somewhere around one hundred million doses that are being held in stockpile. Is there anything that? I've members of Congress can do that. We the people can do that can get those doses released so that they can be used to treat people in the early stages of this disease. So they don't actually get to the hospitalization stage. Right. So the first thing we're trying to do is let members of Congress know that hydroxy chloroquine is in fact safe that it has been safely prescribed for sixty five years and that there's a lot of research out there supporting its efficacy in the treatment of Covid nineteen specifically, if it's given in doses early and in combination with zinc the other thing is we definitely have enough medication available or trying to do is get the medication directly to the doctors. have governors distribute directly to the doctors and the doctors could give away a samples in their clinics. Then that would be ideal. The other thing is Dr. Han. WHO's the head of the FDA is already reaffirmed that the decision to use hydroxy chloroquine for patients in the treatment of covid nineteen, th between the doctor and the patient. So let the doctors know that it's absolutely legal and moral and ethical for them to consider using Johnson, chloroquine, zinc, and their patients. I can't thank you enough for coming on the program today. Is there a website people can go to where they can find more about this particular issue America's frontline doctors are maybe even find that that you know that subversive white coat summit you had. The the summit that we had the the pertinent information on Charlie Kurtz website and We did an hour and a half a round table discussion with him, and we talked about all of these issues that people can go to his website and see for themselves nothing which said that was objectionable. Nothing was said there wasn't already You know accepted science and medicine you can go to the. America's doctor America's frontline doctors, Dot com website, and we're trying to keep information up there available. You can follow me on at Dr Stott underscore Atlanta on twitter putting all of the information that I come across in that I think is pertinent near for for everybody to see, and then I would encourage listeners to just do their own research and again just throw out everything from twenty twenty and you will get more than enough information to make an informed decision about how you treat yourself in your family. Thank you for coming on my program today it was really great to have you and I appreciate the time. Appreciate it. Thanks for hiring Dr Scott Barber on the show I'm going to take a quick break here. This is the key mechanical. and. got a couple of emails saying, where can I find a doctor that? that. Will Rx. Clerk when I don't know. I would I would try direct primary care physicians. That's what I would. I would probably see if you and I would call and ask now a lot of the direct primary care. Physicians. Want GonNa WanNa just sign up folks you know for just the issue of Kovic but that's what I would do. So, who are your primary care physicians I Don't know you have to look those up I would go on the Internet and say Direct Primary Care Physicians near me. But yeah it is a good question. Especially when you're when I'm right now, I'm looking at a document that has a hospital. That is telling doctors. They're not permitted to prescribe it for people who are coming in with symptoms of. COVID. Nineteen. Looking at it right here. Not permitted to to prescribe hydroxy chloroquine. I've been. I've been told by doctors. Pharmacists are also wanting to have are giving him a hard time about filling prescriptions for it. So I wish I had better news. This is the Vicki. MECHANICA. Looking for a new career but don't want to spend four years in college than checkout E. C. P. CPI university through are year round accelerated programs. 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What I have an opinion that I expressed in this program, some things I'm just convinced. Some. Rather. Confident of. Others. Way. It's a mild opinion and in some cases player just making me gas. At I've always tried. To make it clear which category they would fall it. You know and. I should people are asking are you going to have a football picking contest this? Depends, they're going to have a football season. Have you been getting these questions? Why do I, what? I was just assuming you're going to say no when I said, why don't you ever get these questions and he said, yes, he is getting these questions Oh. Yeah. Well, everything's out of all. We don't know they're not be college football ed if there's just limited, we know it's like everything else if there's a point doing it will we'll do it. But if there's not a we aren't going to do it but that would be a perfect example of. Whether, certainly, I don't think anybody could say with any kind of Adam and certainty that they're convinced as the what's going to happen in a football game but you might have some games in which you're far more. Persuaded of an opinion than you are of others. I used for quality allergies because they always work. The media in its commentary on everything. Expresses everything with absolute certitude There's no room for wiggling at all. Now, you would think this would be dangerous. If you stated things with absolute certitude every time and you were. Wrong. You think eventually it'd be a laughing-stock. For. Instance. If. We did my football picking contests than what we like twenty weeks in a year something like that. And I went on twenty. Twenty one shot up. You'll like those people correcting you Tucker Carlson on Kamala versus cavalier. You hear his response to that. I'm so happy with Tucker Carlson's response. So what? Is. The NAG's nannies out there Tucker Carlson. So I think he's going to call her Kamala Harris now for the rest of the year just to get under their skid just drive crazy that people who like to correct things like that. I don't know how long Tucker Carlson's GonNa last but that's almost that other question the point that I bake is. If I. Went Over Twenty One. But every week instead of home one night at doing just. Absolutely, told you I was going to write this era more for disagreed with me. I'd be a full. Yet the media and the left is wrong about everything. Always. But they don't have that sense of shame. Why. because. There's nobody to call about it. WHO's the call the media on media missteps other than the media, the media by definition is. The most pieces of our society, the only people to call them on them would be others voice, but obviously, most voices are held by the media themselves. Now. Let's talk about the extending media. There's no good term for yet people use the term social media. That's a bad term. We need a better term for. When social media came out it was when people were posting got facebook. I married we went up north for the cat to see the cabin that that's not what facebook and Google and twitter at irony there. Now, the most powerful news sources in the world there are I guess half the people in this country under the age of forty, get their news from social media from the news feeds they google put out and fake and facebook puts out I. You get a lot of yours facebook's newsfeed. Don't you? Yes so It's I therefore I think that it's not correct to just referred to this as social media anymore because the the usage that people get from this is way beyond just social chit. Chat Ed. Look at this photo of the baby picture and so on. It is your source of news facebook may be a more important source of news that the New York Times right now. So I'M GONNA call this the extended media. When people who are not in the media tried to call the media on their misstatements they often have no form other than the extended media put something on twitter put something on facebook but even then those things are being taken down right now with shocking regularity. To Express Eddie criticism. Of Certain stated expertise Kuroda virus that I'm telling you. It's really Fast they get those things off his social media. Even if you draw attention to. The wrongness of somebody of the statements you I mean you could get a cottage industry just coming up with all of the things that that quack. Anthony Fauci has been Rog abode. But. If you try to posted on social media just dowd. It's God. To understand what I was referring with regard to nuance of opinion, I, try. and. I always had met with Iraq I just don't understand why the be. Well, I know what the media as. Thorough, the time I'm only a little bit. So therefore, there's never any problem with doing it. It isn't exactly humiliating to admit your Iran when someone like me being an incredibly brilliant a conservative is wrong. Only a pot occasion. If the media admitted, they were run every time they admitted they were wrong. They would literally have to correct every single thing that they would ever say I beat it would become tedious the newscasts but mostly just the correction and the admission of Rodney's. So, as you go through things and see how things are playing themselves out. I've tried. To show extreme confidence in the things that I'm very very. Certain. Others that I? Think, very, very likely I'm right and then lower and lower and lower as things go along now made this comment about silver earlier in the week. When silver had finally had the long-awaited pullback silver was going up like eighteen nineteen days and finally pulled back five bucks i. I don't know if I come was give it a week or For everybody who missed the WHO missed the opportunity today's that can jumped in and get some of it again, I stated that with I would say that would be in my category, two of the four categories of strong confidence that I think that. Silver what it was twenty five is far likelier to be fifty before it's cat. In other words, it's a tremendous buying opportunity silver of courses bonds back. Pretty good. It's almost mates that back with highs I think the highs run twenty, nine and thirty, but it's in the mid twenty sevens right now. Now. Here's my plan for bringing this up at the beginning of the program. Let's. Let's suppose that what happened with precious metals here this summer and if you're not aware really all year but especially, this summer precious metals at especially silver have exploded in price. And I happened as you know to be of the opinion that is the beginning stages of a term bull market. That's premise thaad a declining dollar and inflation. But. I could be wrong I. Mean they're going to be right or wrong. Well I guess the thirty could be somewhere in be in other words, gold and silver kind of just hang around flat for the next five years. In one of those things, it'd be right wrong or somewhere in the middle. Right. Let's imagine get I'm Rod. At, it would be good if I'm wrong. Generally speaking precious metals in commodities exploded price when the economy is having real problems. So it'd be good if I'm rock. Let's imagine for example, Selva goes down, to twelve. Well. First of all y'all know you want all know yard be say I thought that. You know when silver was fourteen screaming was eighteen the party was on what it was twenty four. Here we go but it was thirty. This is not the end. So pulls back to twenty five I e better getting your now. So if I roy, it goes to twelve. What's the point of me? Say I never said that you all know I said it. Not Admitting your ride gets in the end Kinda pointless. Paul says it's like a gopher cheating their own score. Why is it that you or you try to wade into the analogy thing I am the master of the analogy why is it like that? Do you mean you don't mean an attorney that you mean like a Golfer that you`re A friend that a force of yeah. Because when they do we get on TV we all you know. Can't cheat I still. Would've remarkable things to me I drink up all the time I forget which tired of it was, but it was the judge said where he supposedly committed this infraction and Fan saw it on TV and they called it into the PGA and they docked the next day. That's still blows me away that a fan at home can catch up I wanna do that baseball every time I, see a pitch tin that strike box that they call the ball I want to be able to get on the Horn and make baseball correct tat instantly. Well, it's point gulfs the only sport where you would actually let a trouble. That's where Tucker Carlson, the come in. So what so he did they didn't catch it. So what why is it your job at? Why do you care? Dolphins the Post Anal Sport we have. Right Now there's not any what like well. We've settled so much what would be second? Don't ask the opposite of ADL NASCAR does whatever they want whenever they feel like it racist going on too long without a yellow flag they'll just oh, debris the track I laugh about that all the time there has never been one lap in the history of Nascar that somewhere on the wasn't debris. By the very nature of it Oh, we got debris track. Okay. Horse horseracing is. It's weird in that it's both anal and completely not the same time. There are some things that are anal about it. But mostly I made mostly. Mostly cheating is rampant and it's lawless and I would be one of the things we need the we have more of the Anal we've got to be a little anal ticky tack disqualifying especially in New York riders for interference and so on. That's a big controversy in the sport. Olympic. Sports tend to be anal. Yeah. You're right about that. Practice field is rather radio. I don't Jimmy is anal. I guess I don't I. It's Ticky tack. Well, how do you mean like if they don't land of yeah, I suppose of but now we're reaching the fact of the matter as we can't come up with anything that even approaches golf in terms of just the opposite, the number of little rules that they. And then all these golfers they pride themselves on knowing all of them I don't know what's worse that they have all these rules, but some golfers actually know them. Like a while he addressed the ball and you did like. I don't. Like, you can't contact the ball with the club head or something or another. You can't grout. You can't ground what is it? You can't ground the club when you're putting is that what it is? teebox you can't. You can't take a practice the but there's something about grounding the club when you're putting you see or or is it Something where you're not supposed to let the club had hit the ground before you. Before you hit the ball. I I don't even know. So that's my point but they got all of these ridiculous. What did we get off on the whole Adl thing? So anyway getting back to the point that I make about. And there is in the end I always try to pay off at often these rants. There's no point in me trying to ny that I was wrong about something. No sometimes, people will misquote me. For example, I might have said a will happen if be occurs be didn't occur the eight and half to say, well, the beat didn't happen I said that in order for this to happen there has to be another thing or I will say something and make it only a mild opinion and some people will act though I guarantee that it would occur but by in large. I didn't see trump letting the presidency I thought as you know in the general election, my commentary the day before is I thought it was a lacklustre the people thought and I was struck by the fact that he puts so much effort into Wisconsin that I felt his people blue something but I didn't predict that he was going to carry the state. So, when he won the state, I admitted that I was surprised is of the all IDA is GonNa. Really you know he was going to where, where was that commentary from you before the election. There is a consequence though. And this is my payoff of the point. and. After I, give you the paper to give you the sizzling summer cash contests texted word for the three o'clock hour. There's a consequence to nobody ever calling the media. For being wrong when they're. Just as there is a consequence for nobody ever calling the left for being wrong when they're rod. For example, everything lefties have ever done in public education has been a disaster. The areas that they have the most control of Public Education is republic education is the worst they control almost all public education, but it is overwhelming control in the big cities. Where there is nobody else that has that he put all of that's republic education is the worst. The consequence of nobody to call them all the mistakes that they've made in all the things that they said that was going to happen happening is. They end up not being discredited when they the next thing. Now, go back to my original analogy the. On Twenty, one of the football season with the football picks, let's imagine I was Owen seventy can use imagine if I was seventeen. I mean I could imagine you being seventeen but can you just imagine if I was the one seventeen? You'd never hear the end of it and people would tune into here my idiotic thing and they would laugh about the next thing, the media and the liberals on seventeen there. Oh, in two, hundred, Fifty, seven, thousand yet. They don't have that same mocking and ridiculing with the next thing that they come down with because there's nobody ever to blow the whistle same thing for example, with Fauci the cracks been wrong about absolutely every single thing. So therefore, whatever the next thing that he paddles off about with regard to the corona virus should be mocked and ridiculed given the fact that he's been wrong. But since nobody's blown the whistle and all of the earlier mistakes he doesn't get. That step to says them with the next thing that he comes out and says. When let me give you the word? They don't finish off that white whereas. Sizzling summer catch? Fun. F. Should I have had to spell fun. Yeah for. All because I think they might have thought I was saying a different word. Oh, well, it spa as in. Go have some fun. You have until four o'clock to Texas. Now she's going to two thousand dollars texts that into two hundred, hundred text confirming entry plus iheartradio Info Standard Messaging rates apply. In this. Contest. By contrast. When Republican politician. What a conservative politician. Predict something or does something? Does it work out? You never hear the end of it? It's even got to the point of these newspapers do these fact checks where they come out and they say that the Republican is wrong even when they're not. You'll often see conservative politician I can accommodate Republican politicians say something it's undeniably true and they'll rule it false. So there's that constant. Hyper examining scrutinizing everything that anyone right of center ever says. And any statement they make any? Projection, they make any policy decision that they bay. Is criticized forever. Let me go in time to make a point. I will grant you that sometimes we evaluate decisions too early. I'll use a football analogy again it just amazing how well they work. After the NFL draft every year. You'll often see the media come out and give grades how a team drafted. The same thing happens in college sports with the recruiting classes. Well. Let's ridiculous to grab at greater draft after the day after the draft is over. The players haven't played yet the time degrade the draft is after those players all get to the NFL or a recruiting class after they played two or three years in college where you could see whether or not they pad out or not. But everybody wants to make instant judgment on things. I would say that you can't really evaluate in NFL draft until five years after the fact. And if you go back and look at some of the Packard raspy indeed, we're able to find that if you look five years after the fact that some of those drafts including almost all of Ted Thompson's final drafts were absolute disasters. That there wasn't a single player never bite at all pro. There wasn't even a starter that would come on them. But you really can't even do that as I'll use it as A. Slowdown I'll use as an example. Last year is good class. Clearly, some talented players edit. Bot. Gary. Barely got on the field pro. Plug that tank we deliver propane straight to you extend your aunties went through. That's. Pain taxi pro Pentax Dot Com let's cook in this weekend. If reeling is your plan, then make it easy on yourself. Go to propane taxi dot com enter Promo Code bbq Ten for ten dollars I barbecue tank exchange delivered to your door. It's that easy with propane taxi. So you can focus on family friends and fun at Tropical smoothie cafe. They want you to get away every day unwind with their watermelon moheda in new. Guava Market Rita smoothies pair one with their delicious new barbecue pork case for a mini summer. 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I think many people especially, if there is a packer season, this year are expecting to see significant improvement from Gary given the fact that he's such an incredible athlete and you think that that would translate into being able to make plays in the football field. So that's my football analogy. Some of these things you have to give time to in order to make a judgment on. Somebody does something in terms of economic policy to look at what things are like five weeks later but that's not enough time. I've got one where we have enough time. It was in twenty eleven. That one of the most controversial policy decisions in the history of the State of Wisconsin was implemented. Governor Walker proposed that the Republican legislature implemented. A series of. Educational Reforms. Aimed at lowering the cost of public education. Making public employees pay at least something for their obscene benefits. And finally once, and for all break the backs of the Teacher's Union in the excessive. Import, they were giving to how the schools were body. All three of those are part of the goals we wanted to weaken the Teacher's Union saw that they could stop shopping you around going and making all of these decisions about policy that clearly were resulting in poor quality schools given the fact that most people were aware the public education it Wisconsin with sliding also had far higher costs for our education than almost any other state in the nation. For. No evidence and we've had this problem of high property taxes in the state of Wisconsin for the longest time. The opponents of act can. And we all recall the Walker was recalled over the thing in every that a recall election rather over the situation in. So Audrey, all recall all of the horrible predictions that would occur if act was implemented. It's now nearly ten years later. That's enough. Todd, not map. None of. Now one of the bad things that we were told was going to happen happen what? Instead, school taxes actually went down some of the budgets guided a better shape. We manage to get the union out of having as much input. They still have a lot of input because they control school boards but at least They didn't have the ability to go at it. Starting to go she hitting things like. How to teach the classes and so odd and none of the things that we were told that what the awful things that were going to happen happen. In fact, just the opposite occurred during Walker's tenure, the economy of the state improved dramatically. Once, we made this move to reform education reform local taxation. We suddenly became very attractive for business and industry to locate into the state. We had a tremendous job boom, all of the stuff that happened. Up until we chose the put twenty or some place and started at screw things up, the point that I make is that's enough time to evaluate the decision. Let's imagine. that it went the other way. That all of the terrible things that we are going to happen because of that can actually happen. You'd never heard the end of it. How many stories have you seen in the media going back though and say you know what? Act had worked. And none of the terrible things that we were told we're going to happen happen while Scott Walker is right. There isn't a single story from the media that goes back and says, the Republicans were right. But if the Republicans arrived, you'd never hear the end of it likewise on the opposite side. If a liberal public policy is put in place and it turns out not to work. You are going to get the media coming forward and saying you know what that didn't work. I'll give you a very recent example. The DRA cody and estimates of the number of people in the United States and we're GONNA DIE FROM CORONA VIRUS Millions based on that Imperial College Model. How many mainstream media stories have you seen mean on the conservative media mainstream media stories have gone back. And focused on the terrible decisions that were made on the basis of that awfully wrong prediction how many stories for example, have you seen mocking and ridiculing Andrea Palm the crack from Madison for her horribly wrong predictions on deaths in Wisconsin which were all based on that national figure none. Or if I say virtually nut. Virtual not. If those stories word People would have less reason to fall for the supposed expertise. Of these cracks the next time they predicted something. The next time we said we should do something given their lengthy track record of being Rod. So. Well I always try to admit when I'm wrong and I don't mean like every little minor little thing including things I forgot. But you know I used as an example because I have a fairly strong opinion and again I hope it wrong about this. That we're headed for commodity inflation because of significant weakening of the dollar and paying the price for policies of both political parties, and if we don't end all of the stimulus that pretty soon, the dollar is going to be trashed really really badly you're already started to see because of changes in the way of life and changes in lifestyles a lot of course going up in particular real estate. Suburban real estate which did not keep up with urban real estate up at the last fifteen years is headed to a new heyday again. For again a lot of reasons that we see societally plus I believe that we are headed for the first time really in forty years in this country, their people at the age of forty five inflation is. They just don't. We haven't had real inflation since Jimmy Carter left. People can't imagine what it's like to see things go up in price double digit every year. Do you remember interest compounds? Something that's thirty cents five years later is a buck sixty people can't fathom that that's what we had. Of all the economic problems they have it's by far the worst. It's worse that unemployment it's the worst one you could APP. Because it destroys. People's life savings. It's especially terrible for older people on fixed incomes or people approaching retirement who don't WanNa take a lot of risks in their investment. The value of the dollar, the dollar. By as much as it did before. So all this money that you stash decide. Instead of buying year three dream homes that gives you too low for breads and a pint of sour cream. Go together, who would go to the grocery store and buy three loaves of branded a pilot pint of sour cream that would be an odd. You can't really put the sour cream on the bread. That's a very odd example they came up with. No I know they don't go together and that would be very weird order. It's almost like something like Jesus parable where he took the loaves in the the loaves and the fishes in defend the masters right? It wasn't loaves of the seller cream but three loves bread and Sour. Cream. I don't even eat the bread anymore not that's the carbs in all of that stuff you try that carb thing. You should try it. I want people to be as miserable as I am it's not miserable. It's not as hard as people make it out to be, but it's annoying. You know what I'm saying. Like you don't take like you just you don't can't even imagine like some of the stuff that's on the list if you're not doing the carves. Everybody knows the obvious ones you don't eat potato pasta bread I mean those are the obvious. What's right? Yeah well. Try to eat breakfast. It's eggs and berries. There's nothing exhibit. No not fruit just berries, apples and all that stuff terrible berries are low low carb through. So you can. They'll let you do those. It's not zero cards at alleged than eggs. That's it. That's it pancakes Oh man you ought to do this. You're never get a pancake again I'm sure somebody's got some sort of. Lake. Flawless Pancake or something I. Don't even mind. I don't even I don't even want to try those things. I mean I think I just saw asparagus Burger, the store I think that's what I saw. It was. I don't want that. At asparagus Brad you. Done. No I need to have done babb all right now elated. asparagus Burger. Just. EP asparagus said you have to. Have we got to that point that in order to make somebody want to eat asparagus hypnotized them into thinking that they're eating a hamburger. The. veggie. Yeah. But that's just soy. Soy All it is is filling. You know what they do. You know what they're really doing. They're they're packaged together. They'd put a lot of mustard, bake it on the top of it so that they don't taste the fact that there's no actual meat and that's how they do that. Yesterday his credit grill. One of those things you know what happens like the flavor goes out of the grill because it's all watered it's instead a grease dripping doubt. It's literally water putting your fire out. How did you get out of this? This is your fault. Eddie problem we have on the program that's now your fault Georgia, stand it. I brought up they Brennan and so are stupid point. As I say I correct my stupid points. I WANNA, make it point now. See for people who think that this is Stupidity It's like the parables that got to a point here about. How it is that people could be liberal and how we can be baking some terrible mistakes that were making in the United States of America. And how it can be listening to people who have been wrong about everything else and how can we not understand that some of the things that are being prescribed stupid like in a country with soaring murder rate. Cutting police budgets. How can we not understand? That's an incredibly stupid idea. How could we understand that it's an incredibly stupid idea for a toast to go in and allow a bunch of outsiders to trash their city trash, their police department stage a riot at the home of a police officer, and then let them whine and cry and complain because the police officer came outside of his house stood at his own front yard. Now as I say, some of these things seem to be so. You wonder why some people draw the opposite conclusion and I'll go back to my point that they've not been forced to be discredited for having been wrong about everything else if they were they would be less willing to run around and proud off such idiocy the next time around because we would all laugh at everything they said. My next thing is really good. So as to not Russia regurgitate the break right now can you handle that? Well why couldn't you actually? I do I do your permission. I don't you get all those things that I wanted to every we do all of that. I. The reason I'm having to the Don Lemon. Thing is I've had some idiot liberal say that's not true. But people on the left were questioning whether or not calmly, Hera should call herself. African, American. I it's a better year that this has been going on. Remember most of them didn't want her to be the president because. They didn't think she was liberal enough think how crazy lefties when she's not liberal enough what stolid wasn't far enough to the left for the Soviets either how far off do you want to go while we know what that answer is. Bernie right. They're still under hissy fit that it isn't Birdie. Yeah, what is the thing? But that the the birdie bumper? His Bernie Sanders dead well. That's like. Paul here's the thing Birdie might be dead, but he's still more vibrant than Biden. You could literally be dead. It has a stronger pulse than by right now. There's something about liberals that when their candidate loses they WANNA keep the bumper stickers, the signs and their carpets, and it's an odd thing I mean. See I mean I think after you win it makes some sense because. Let. Me Say this after trump won in sixteen did you do very likely he'd run again and twenty same. WHAT'S SCOTT? Walker if you're in your supporting somebody, he's still in office. So that's still current statement plus unless the person isn't intending to run for reelection, it would still make sense of doing it. But I mean when you see somebody still has a fine gold sticker on their car this is either somebody that's covering a rust spot or in total denial. That birdie it's like the whole thing with lefties. It's such a badge of honor plus no lefties have to worry about. A. Bernie person in your neighborhood does it after worry about their car being vandalized the way at person does if they live in Walla toast there West Alice, they just don't have to if they if by the way if it was our side that was doing this vandalizing and trashing of lefty cards and signs, you understand how different this whole story would spit again. At vacating people throw rocks through windows of people with Joe, Biden signs in their yards but. Equally, this whole thing would be responded to very very different and again, I'm not advocating it. I'm just saying. Feel like you've watched all the things find even more to love with Xfinity X. One, the ultimate entertainment experience catch live sports they're back along with more scores and more. With xfinity sports zone the best sports entertainment experience, plus find all your streaming apps and more in one place with award winning voice remote x one makes entertainment simple easy. 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Don't know if they invented they just made it popular but saw they must have shows that which they show people that I I, mean it's just. I never heard the term and now it just interested. They claim it's good for your mental health. It's good for this that and I just your wife does it all the time? Well, that doesn't even make any sense. You can only declutter Paul if you've allowed clutter to occur in the first place. Uses the turbo all the time. All right the she as a realtor declutter. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah that's I get it but see you people can't declutter much because the only way you can declutter is if you have cluttered. Time of cluttering. That's me. Fortunately. I'm only me. I can't even imagine if I was lake. You had girls are girls more cluttered than boys. You know you didn't have boys. I have I have neither so I ask you get why didn't hear. He doesn't work here. Anymore Columbine put wherever he is. What you think girls clutter less than boys. But what about girls keep more clothes and stuff than boys? But no, but I. But I think it clutter I don't mean messy I mean just too much. To say other than stop if you know what I mean just too much stuff. I have too much stuff. No. We'll see I'm not a hoarder. But I realize I evidently have hoarded. The difference and I've come to learn this and there's another going to be another payoff at this point. Hoarders can't ever declutter. For A hoarder to declutter would be just. It's like a heroin addict getting off heroin. They would go nuts over it. I right now m a maniacal declutter. I'm having people helped me out of this clothing through and sorting on and organizing all of this stuff ed. I'm just so used to hearing the same. You really shouldn't throw that away. I am just if there is any doubt, it's God. Any doubt it's God. Any doubt it's got I'm prashant stuff right and left the other stuff that clearly isn't junk. It goes to the garage. I had this in Vincent. Depaul come today with a truck. Oh I just I I was so happy that trump pickup truck filled with by stuff going away. You think that'd be unhappy but I just hope. They hair with it I take more bags of garbage. I've you saw happy about that clearing out stuff and desks and my philosophy out has simply been this. If I have not seen or use this in fifteen years, I'm not gonNA see your use it in the next fifteen years I might be dead after that. So therefore, it's of no use to be. That's the standard that I'm applied I'm applying the fifteen years. Well, that's this is. Just. kind of stuff that over the years you saw save because it would be nice to have that or it's that busted right? Now busted. So why throw it out or not busted why get rid of it? I mean I have this desk in the basement and you know it was in the desk of the basement, all the stuff that was important enough to be in my actual real desk that I have. That's all God if it wasn't important enough to the real desk guests lot. It was never important, right? Do I really need to have checking account statements of nineteen ninety-three. But this is the stuff. I. Found because it was stuffed in this drawer zillions of years ago and I never went out at any cluttered it. So that isn't really horrid because it was just off over there. Ian Tucked into this area where it never goes off gets visited you. Same thing with close close becomes controversial because what if your weight goes up or down something come back and now in the stage where the stuff that I'm glad I didn't throw away things because they're coming in handy because of going in the correct direction fortunately. On that but I'm just getting rid of stuff. Like crazy. And some of the stuff are keepsakes memorabilia. For instance, I saved a lot of clippings and stuff from horse races over the God God Gone Gone God. They use it. Why would you get rid of that Paul if I threw it in a box in two thousand one that not go back to reread that story once in nineteen years am I ever GonNa do that? Maybe what I'm ninety I want to look back I. Wish I had that box screw it I'm not ninety and I'm not. I don't think that's going to happen and probably be like Biden then and not even know that I ever owned by the by the time I I'm it'll be like Joe, Biden and think. Croquet I was in Croquet or something or at other I mean for all I know Joe Biden thinks he was a jockey just ask if he might come up with that thinking about Biden's remember. Biden told Tall Tales before he lost his marbles. So he's got this thing if a guy that was they had no grasp of reality even when he had a grasp of reality yeah, it's plagiarized. Remember he talked about he was at the top this law school class it. He was like the bottom he was down. There were you you were. Do, you even know where you were. Yeah. You'd never saw ranking. Did You They. Always talk about top of the CL I did don't think they ever put that out. Yeah, but they didn't put out a list of every body where they say somebody ranked third. I never saw that. I WANNA. Go I WANNA. Go back and check that. We got a guy who works here at the station who was in my class I want to see where he came in. He was probably Halo, right. Well, yeah I mean that's why he went into sales. I mean nobody at the top of anything ever went into sales sales is what you go into when you can't do a damn thing but can talk what right? Yeah Radio Yeah radio sales there's a lot of men says that are in that. Courtesy the same name as the the Walla Tosa Office of the term we applied of the people that have yeah high intellect anyway. So. Here's the. Thing that I, noticed about this, some of these things that I am getting in like I say I. Because I have no patience. This is not a meticulous. Let's go through this. I am in a moronic fashion I, take great big green garbage bag and I I'm hurling things in their stuff. I don't even look at the. Thing I just figure if it's laid with this other stuff that I don't want everything that's said Bam Bam Bam Gone Gone Gone Gone Gone and I have some people that are thinking that I might be literally throwing the baby health the bath water that I might be doing something and I just I just right off mode that if in doubt out rather get rid of something that I need the keyboard stuff that I don't need because I'm trying to get trying to make some progress and there's just sub Paul I, have a TV set in my bedroom that I have not turned on fifteen years. I don't know if it C- you ask. It it's It's a flat screen, but it's got the guts behind it. That would be a picture to a bright, but it was still a flat screen but is. Well? The, the the. Was the satellite box that was hooked up to it stopped working years ago and instead of getting it fixed I just decided to give that box background to be charged for the extra box years ago. The DMZ vase they'll sit in there. And I I mean I rationalized the TV sitting there because the TV's on a beautiful sad at it actually looked better having the TV in their the not having, but it has turned odd. I have not turned on the TV and fifteen years. Everybody to succeed. I think it's weird to watch a TV when you're in your bedroom I, just think that's weird. You. Think, I'm nuts about that. Don't you? Everybody. Thinks I'm nuts about that I just think. My point is if you're in bed sheets, you'll be trying to sleep. Why would you be watching television? You're saying yes. This is another difference between being single and being married or. Another thing I'm single and the only guy in there that bed is. Some people have the bed for two purposes. My bet is for one sleep. There's. Kids that got ya see I don't have that. That's what anyway that TV is well. Whether or not that TV was salvageable or not. It's God then I go into the sock drawer. Twenty six pairs of socks what do I need those for? I don't clean. My do my laundry, every twenty six days. I don't need all those pairs of socks summer ever getting word Gone Gone Gone Gone. Significant stuff insignificant stuff. That's I've been then dishes. Okay, I, have guests over I need I need more than one plate twenty twenty. Seven my sister come over to assist you with this said, your job is to go to the kitchen take a look at everything. Anything that's like close to junk more on the junk side the decent you throw away or take home one of the two. If you think it can be given away put over here. So she just went through all of that and I don't say that's the that I'm in so. Telling this. And this gets through I think at interesting observation. Is I've noticed it is a lot easier. To get rid of something. That it is to accumulated. Some of these things that I've throwing away with less than one second thought. I mode of thought who hours about before I bought. Or if it was some keepsake something that I would have given a lot of thought to our treasured for a period of time and was actually important. These things that took a lifetime to build up. I can discard it in an instant and my revelation about that is that's true of everything. You know it's especially true of. Yes. Somebody dies what we do. Two days two days pass. He's in the ground you have a funeral people cry he's gone and I'm not saying you totally forget about it. We move on pretty quickly. Don't we? Somebody, this is a person who had an entire life that they're out there. And human beings realize life goes on and while some people take the death of a loved one very, very seriously. The fact of the matter is that most of us could roll through this rather quickly. For. Instance. Of, due to die I'll prove that I could make it. If you want, we can make it. You do you add it to be you or me? You probably. would. Just say why not us because it's not even that much of a hypothetical. Okay. Paul says it's me I. Let's Suppose I. Croak. Now if my case would be a little bit more serious than most. Because I'm very, very important obviously the company and they don't it's not like if we. lost. Somebody what are these stations down the aisle? DIED OKAY FIDE Voice tracks somebody else who? Would ever so I mean there would be some thought about that and people would okay I'm not the air but. I fully understand. The audience, the station all over this next lead stay right. I mean, the only down the only downside would just not being in the way of Donald when he was barging into the studio and claiming that shared only. At that's just the way it is. So it is with everything. That point. And I was kind of pondering this this whole inspiration, the light bulb came. Three minutes before the show I was getting my last cup of coffee before the show. I was Kinda thinking about how I'm throwing all this stuff away, and then it dawned on me that's really how we are with human beings. I thought, about? Abortion? The process that goes through people to get to the play and I don't mean like a tinder date but you have sex in a relationship and you have a child at the set of the other and decide whether it added then five minutes later you had the abortionist and the baby's gone. But that's not where I'm ending. Or tweeting that. Just throw it away after so much time so much effort to build up. So much of it, you know what that is. That's what we're doing our country. Two hundred, fifty years of history. So, many checks and balances. History that's both messy at admirable at the same time. Territories in so many different nations that we through together. Such. Open acceptance of being a melting pot of people coming from everywhere in the world. More. So than any nation in the history of the world giving people broad freedom so that you can have just about, Eddie religion you're watt and speak about just about any political opinion. You're what and say just about anything you want. And that our cultural traditions that are symbols. are ways of life of. Arguing things out politically. But always respecting the fact that we have elections and some are going to be in power for a time and others are going to be empowered the general respect for authority and police said military. The legacy that we have. Everything from the architectural structures. Of the big buildings. To the independence of people who want live in the middle of nowhere and don't want government to tell them what to do all of this. This two hundred and fifty years it really more than that with the people who settled this country and created the melting pot, two, hundred and fifty years of. Human Development, and in this case, I don't mean evolution in the biological sense evolving as a culture into what we are now. and. We're allowing a bunch of revolutionaries than an anarchist to throw it in the garbage trash. The whole damn thing. It's not just the statues that are down and it's not just that we don't even stand for the national anthem. It's that we're just a terribly illegitimate country where a bunch of races cops a terrible private property isn't to be respected. Let's go and look through buildings at tear through stores and call them reparations trash the whole thing and say it's rotten and horrible. Cook quickly this happened. This, had barely started by February. We're in August half a year later. We're throwing away everything that was great in our country with the same ease that I'm going to the drawer and throw it away some magazine from Nineteen ninety-one, which is kind of adored. The same thing. The difference is I. Don't need that magazine from Nineteen ninety-one. What we are throwing away now can't simply be recovered. It would have been unthinkable. That a good squad at the Germantown. High School. A few years ago. Would have fired a swing coach. For criticizing marked historic at his Asian. Now. They don't even like I'm telling people about it. This is how fast they saw boobs hold on objected this don't object to that. No No, no no, it's gotta go. It's gotta go. It's gotta go suddenly deciding everything is racist. Everything is horrible at anybody who expresses at your point of view their throat in the garbage toe. Bring in some athletic director from Franklin. Let her get her nose out of joint that somebody says something that she doesn't like never mind what America has been for two hundred and fifty years. She doesn't like it now throw her out the whole school board say, Oh, she's a wonderful person rather than understand. She's taking away somebody's coaching position because she doesn't like his political point of view. That's what we have lost in just a few months in this country as we throw it away with the same abandoned that I'm decluttering my home. Is My point see? That's where? It. took a while that was well, you that read like a duck, a ping pong ball that was an extremely well thought out point about going for the one to the middle of the other A. It is so much easier to get rid of that. It is the buildup will some of the things that you build up are worth keeping? Like I'm not throwing everything away. I'm not throwing the Golden Silver. Away. Marconi. But. I did fine. I get find it. I I the one thing that happened with it as I followed it but no, I have actually throw it. It's it's on the bubble. I I could haul it into the station, throw it into by dump of at office. I suppose. That's the point I make. What you have Right now are a bunch of anarchists who don't like our country don't like our order and they are decluttering us of our American heritage and values. And the rest of us are like my friends that are standing back there with shock and awe as they can't believe. I'm throwing all this stuff away like I've had some stuff that I took all the stuff I get the Samba stuff I, just put in the garage while the next step is a crew where it's going to be give it away not bad enough to throw away yet. So I, moved into the garage because his needs a temporary place you know carry it down the steps and so odd. We'll valley's Zepa. Why might want this? I will never people say. Okay, maybe you might. This is first come. First serve the Saint Vincent de Paul Guy They wanted all of it. See. This is this is what right this is what life has come to. This is the happiest morning I've had in a long time, their holiday, two tables that mix this is this is oh, Ho Ho tables hauled away per this is like. This this is like some lonely pathetic swamy little guy getting a hit on tinder I mean. That that's that's how I reacted this. I mean I I ca I will admit that there was a tie by life that maybe I was more focused on the for those kinds of pursuits than others but is it a pathetic to like get all excited because somebody swiped you the right way on tinder and okay let's go over there and I mean come on. Come on I don't even think if I was in my twenties I would've gotten to the point of. Not Be free. Well, not only the let done how `bout the letdown of after you did it and realize okay. Now you've been declared that they're never going to see you again that all that it was was well I you know all it it really is the same as with yourself. That's really all it is. There's no more substance to it at all and there's a reason why people end up being. I could go through a whole thing here about how he declared God out of our lives and so on. The people that are most miserable, the people that are most than happy the people that are most on anger, the people that have no god in their life at all that's what I believe I believe that because they're persuading all of these things too short. It's like everything that liberal is liberal politics gives. You it's all short term reward long-term desert work, which is why all these liberals are so angry and miserable they do all these things that to make him. Happy. It's like the people that trash you know the rioting that goes out of Walmart Tosa when they're done rioting, they're just as bad as when they started they had funded the meantime but they realized that in the end they didn't accomplish anything there's nothing affiliate. The only way that they can get even more excited is the bus Stephen Moore windows the next time around right. I am right. They read about all of this stuff save is rog about all this stuff like liberals have Ragab olive at somebody can come back and say you got proven Ragavan this. I'm not going to be proven brag about it. You Don Willett right about it. Got This thousand dollar word here to tell it to you now. So. What? I like that Tucker. Carlson. You mispronounced he kept telling her. What did he say Kamala Harris Yeah at the credit. Said so what? I I liked this. So what to use that a lot? So what? That's the whole point is where she said it differently, the in factors like these youtube put together of all the different ways she's had it pronounced I love this CNN's been pronouncing it the same way apparently the wrong way forever and ever, and ever at the reason why nobody ever got it right he she dropped out. So early, how many delegates she won What Everybody's laughs. You Know Joe Biden ran for president three different times lady delegates. He had one prior to this year not. He might have one or two. But when he went South Carolina that was the first time, he had ever what a state in his third fry see you got a guy who until this year never got anywhere running against somebody. I mean she literally she came close I guess she didn't get into last place. Some people didn't get any delegates at all but but Cobbola Harris came close to finish last for president and she's going to end up winning I. Suppose you could say well. Pence Pinson Rod had pants running sixty and. I mean I think nobody was going to stop prompt with pensive gotten to the point that say. Second third and fourth place for froze Rubio ed cases which would pants of crack that there's. There's really no way of knowing. Yeah Leroy Butler changed his name delivery right yeah. Well Yeah. I mean that's the other thing I. Don't think Kamala Harris has been cobbler her whole life you. I think for one thing I say things based out of the way I hear most people say them on TV, and that's most people were saying. But if they're going to say that this is she wants to pronounce and that's the way I'm going to say it I don't care but it turns it why you said it right I agree with tiger. So what? I mean, seriously. So, what? What? Am I not right about that too. Yeah. Okay. So what Paul tobey something should plugged data O'Donnell had I waited I said so what? Donald Talk what? No that's good that he had a winter so. Banned. More. Outside is. We're all the honest world. On. His Mat you know on the down in Mexico, you haven't played. Played the. So like I forgot, we had punch with lefty on there. Why don't you? Why do you ever play that? What's the matter with you? You are now I did it again you answer questions and it s it say, why are you playing it now? I said, why don't you ever play? You have no answer. There's gotta be a for it. I don't care if it's mainstream I, put it on one of the reasons I put it on their spectacular, not mainstreaming your narrowly focused world is opposed the listening to two of the greatest poets advice in the history of country. Music. Let. Back in the Euro I love country music. This is I. Think the John What Jon Wyatt actually like the stuff even way before this this it a little bit warrior now Tom. Left it. With Farro. Read. Very. Food. Country Music series that aired by probably going on maybe even longer. Now who's the guy that does all those Pe-? Yeah. his. A lot of people. Do a ten, eight per six parter eight, whatever it was and it's this. You're getting any twenty minutes to something and not to something else some people will question. For instance, some people wondered why Emmylou Harris was. So prominent, all of that isn't she more of a folksinger I found that the things that he gave a lot of attention to her also the things that were my taste is well some. Country Music moments at stars. Were Charlie rich barely showed up at all and you behind closed doors at all and then I'll. That was never really my cup of tea on the other hand. I bet he did fifteen minutes just the song Pancho a lefty Ed the history behind the walls they again the unbelievable musicianship and craftsmanship of the start yeah. Well I mean. William Merle just. That they you're just talking the. Two of the five or six most iconic figures in the history of country music. I've asked all the time with the greatest our country music is that's not a question. You could answer because you talk and great singer you talking great songwriter talking total musician I you're talking pure country artists is somebody that mostly did things? I would say that the biggest the greatest singer in the country music most country music bands that agree with me on this George Jones that he just treated lyrics way more different than anything else. But I could make the case that the greatest our country music is Christopher staffer because of the volume of. Music that he actually wrote and his influence and how for thirty five years after he had been changed the way the country music songs. For but the greatest physician in country music I still think is Glen Campbell I think he's one of the greatest guitarist in the history of that instrument that he's up there with Chad Atkinson, Segovia Jimi Hendrix, some of the others of you watch a youtube of Glen Campbell Picking Pick it away at the guitar. Watch. Just thought a youtube of. Just five one where he's actually doing a big guitar riff or Solo Eh just. Glen Campbell it never got taken seriously because he was too good looking if you know what I mean. I've I've had. I've had that. I can't even say I can't even talk like a Blowhard I made because. I like bust my own balloon on that right? Right where's the word? Cash. Johnny cash. You'd be. Johnny cash is another just tremendous story country music use an anti Cla -pedia not knowledge about other country music songs, and artists, and so one catch C A. S H cash. Actually, you are probably right punch you and left he would not be good bumper music to play every week because it's It's novel enough that you need to throw it in here and there. So I guess, we'll hear it again in twenty, twenty seven. Old. You. Know what you're doing. SET WITH SINCE When did that start? I barely know what I'm doing here. I actually you don't want to go cash text that into two, hundred, two, hundred, seventy, two, thousand, bucks, Paul Points. So Dan of. Witter. Well I need to have a winter. We have Adwa all week. Have we Know. Everybody pray right now make data left to plug my winter. Two hundred hundred anytime between non five o'clock to get a text confirming Playa Radio Info Standard. Data and message rates apply in this nationwide contest. These stories are happening everywhere everywhere and it's hard to keep tabs on all of them, and we only frankly find out about a few because they managed to make it somewhere on the fringes of the media. This comes some college in New Jersey. It's called Stockton College but do not think that that's not Stockton California. It's a small college in New Jersey called Stockton College. As you probably know, a lot of classes are being held on Zuma now zoom is this. APP. In soon, become the number one of that. It kind of it kind of beats skype though escape was more one on one and zoom created the conferencing where everybody had beyond there at the same time that was. Which one is Microsoft. I don't even know I should know. I don't even know I don't even know. I should know these things being an order Microsoft stock anyway. These college courses are being taught on zoom and it's the same system that UCLA governmental meetings held on. You Know City Council of fourteen members they all have their little picture of them at the box, and that's how they do the zoom classes where you can see all of the students in a little section on the screen this here this when they're on the sun. So if a student a question or offers input, the other students can see him on zoom then you go back to the professor and so on it. But teams is different than the cameras we have teams. In fact, I have teams on my computer, it's teleconferencing. kind of the same thing. Anyway be quiet to tell my story, go back and play some more Pancho and lefty You don't like Merle haggard do you. He said, no. How I. Just I can't understand how red blooded American can what are you can't predict taken a knee in there. I know that rock fans like you. Have a cult over rush in an actual enemy rush limbaugh rush the band, the Canadian ban, a getty Lee and WHO's the drummer? Who'd he died? Did he die? Yeah. There are some people that are just ended them with like cult like devotion. and. So but I don't know I don't dislike them I hear their music I think it's good enough that I can see why some people are really good what I just can't imagine how anybody could not understand. People heard from Muskogee and they just thought it was a redneck saga reg yet a bunch of rednecks of Oklahoma where. The hippies that's like it so much deeper than that haggard himself said that song can be interpreted five hundred different ways and you can interpret it. Any way you want in other words was a tongue in cheek was at this it what was it actually an anti-war sign it's. Is Brilliant brilliant piece of music. Incredibly. Well, sug was. In the either. Know, it's not the either beholder that orange piece of junk at the end of Wisconsin. Avenue is an orange piece of junk. It is ugly. The fact that some idiot's Milwaukee think that it's our doesn't mean that it isn't a piece of crap I write about that just just just as. You can't. You can't go and put Charlie rich in the same category as Merle Haggard Charlie rich at a nice voice, Merle Haggard, it was a poet and a genius. Let me finish my story for this stack that in New Jersey. Got Zoom going on in the class. One of the students. On, his zoom feed. Had a photo of president trump. So, in other words what you would see him on zoom, you'd see this photo of trump behind him. Fake. Accused him of violating the university's code of conduct. And disciplined him for disruptive and offensive behavior. One of the students in the class. stated. That seeing the photo of trump. made him feel uncomfortable. and. It was intimidating to see the photo of trump. So the student was asked by the instructor, take down the photo of trump from zoom feed he refused and the student was written up on a code of now. Fortunately, the story has gone National Fox News found out about it and a lot of people are aware of the goon squad that's going on at Stockton five of the six misconduct charges against the student have been dropped. He's a doctoral student by the way his name is Robert Data. He's been accused of discrimination creating a hostile environment, harassment, bullying and cyberbullying. You literally can't in your own Rome have a photo of trump without getting in trouble right now. The reason why when I find out about some of these stories like the Guri that went on Germantown, where the activities director, and by the way she's gotten away with the school board isn't doing anything about it. The Superintendent isn't doing anything about it. The principal isn't doing anything about it guys at opinionated right-winger and does he go a little bit farther than that? I would go on some things of course, just as I go a lot farther than some people go out a lot of things as well. But he doesn't like black lives matter. He doesn't like the things that it stands for he thinks it's the markets target Marxist organization. So to a lot of people just as a lot of people think that it's absolutely wonderful for you know what a lot of people think it's perfectly fine that they went and shot a shotgun into the window of the. Police officers home people have all sorts of opinions of this country, but you only get in trouble for those opinions right now if they are on the conservative side off it, even after we find out about it, they haven't corrected the behavior in. Germantown. They didn't fire the activities director, but the kept the swimming coach fired and Germantown is a rather conservative community. We need to be aware of what is going on in this country. And we need to be aware of who school boards think are valued employees who are not. And the people that are running around slapping down people for having restrictive speech are being patted on the head and say being told good job and the people that are out there simply trying to express themselves as freethinking Americans have always had the right to do. I told the go away even in Germantown. And you're only to find out about it and conservative outlets like my own. That story will never be picked up on by the mainstream media and the people who run the Germantown School district. They're still at a hissy fit that I had the audacity to actually tell you the kinds of crap that's going on ever since they brought in this new school superintendent from outside Madison. By the way he said Yan for Mozart Anderson you ought to point out that it's Iowa County. It's not exactly the city of Madison I admit it sounds better San from outside of Madison which is actually true but he is from Iowa Tony. So they're. What. You understand. You understand how many points I worked into that thing I think I'm pretty sharp today. Don't you? You just want me to go into the next break. That's all you care about. What if I didn't? Then Walkie. This is the mark belling late afternoon show on news talk eleven thirty W I. S N I mentioned at the beginning of the program, the notion of nuance. Not Everything is black and white. There are a lot of things in life that shades of gray in between. I was commenting earlier about the strike zone in baseball. Now, that they have that box, they put up there. It's gone take. It used to be that every empire had a different strike zone baseball just always accepted thou just the way it is some payers had. Most strike zone summit a high strikes on seven a narrow one summer known to be pitchers Umpires, and some are known to be hitters UMPIRES. Now that that boxes out there, some of the Empire's that just ignored the actual strike zone and did whatever they felt like doing it's been harder for them to do it. It's made it more black and white, but prior to that, it was an area of shades of gray. What's the wants strike? We know what the rule book states, but it was often interpreted differently another rule of baseball that has been changed because of. The existence now of replay and review it used to be when Russia was slight sliding into a base, you didn't after tatum. I mean you have tag but you didn't have to tag and before his foot got in, there was an unwritten rule even back to when I was doing a little bit of umpiring when I was in high school and college there was an unwritten rule that if the ball got there before the runner to call about and there was an actual good reason for that you played baseball you know what the reason for that was that I was thought back in the data. You'd have to go back a long time to be in the area that I was into know why they were concerned that players are guys to get their hands spiked. So if you let's oppose the ball got there and you're waiting for him, they didn't make you put your hand right down three feet in front of the base potential they get sliced if you're holding the ball down there in front of the base and the guy slid into it, he just call about. This is just the way it was always died. Well now they have replay and they show. So closely at indeed if the guy gets his foot in, he's called Save. so that shade of Grey is gone and it's now kind of a black and white thing. The other one in baseball was the phantom touching a second on the double play. I think they made an adjustment in that to accommodate the reality, but he used to be a guy guy. Play Guy Hits the ball the second basement. He throws a short for the gotTa step on second the Guy The shortstop did not have to have his foot of the base when he got the ball again, they were concerned about guys getting spiked. If he was in the general vicinity at some point, hit the base you generally let that go it was one of those unwritten rules that many sports have in place what has happened throughout sports. I'm Dr at something here I always them you know. You like these analogies that I share or not you like the way that explain these things. You don't like. You don't you don't like Mariah Dome. I just can't. I can't get. You're getting text of your friends i. The thing about Merle haggard is I can get people not liking. Buck. Owens Buck. Owens in Merle Haggard for kind of the same thing they both came from Bakersfield at both of the Bakersfield sound. But by Collins was kind of a pretty bland when he went on, he harvard he just thought he go if he was actually a very intense brilliant musician guys like. Who's The star now that model discover after John Help. visit. Dwight? Yoakam. A whole group of people who just say to get ready to watch more of what you love with Xfinity X. One live sports and more. With the XFINITY sports zone looking for more streaming APPS, they're all in one place xfinity X. One is the ultimate entertainment experience. today restrictions apply not available on areas buckle under so important but buck owens you might WanNa take seriously because of how goofy acted hee haw and so onto. Not Take Meryl Haggard Seriously I'm sorry it's just like not taking Bob, Dylan seriously. If you're into rock and roll, it's at the same level you know what I'm saying I can't get past that because of what you say you said about this usually John Wyatt who's no longer with us make some stupid museum comment that we get like he doesn't like and then name like the greatest band of all time it. It yeah. Anything anything after say nineteen fifty two but be what he would not like. So. Anyway, with having technology in all of society, just as we have replay in sports, the so-called, all the unwritten rules now become written rules because people say, well, wait a minute. He didn't do that in the rule book says that you have to do these kinds of things. But for things in which there isn't a precise answer, you know the ball is either in the strike zone or it's not the tag is either applied where it's not. In many other areas of life, there are shades of gray and there are nuances. And if you have two positions one absolutely this the other absolutely that sometimes the answer is somewhere in the middle or closer to the one side. that it is the other. What has happened with our coverage of corona virus. Is there has been no new odds from any of the so-called experts. And from the media. They have stated with absolute. The things must be done a certain way. The fact that three weeks later, they changed absolute to something entirely different. Doesn't seem to faze that. Likewise. Sometimes when you see public opinion and public opinion polls, you can get a black or white determination of what it is that the public is trying to tell you. Other. Things are more nuanced. Now if you're GONNA do a program like buying and have a feel for what's going on out there. You understand that sometimes the people say is not what they do. In sometimes, it people say not only is that what they do it's not what they think. Sometimes. I've learned this I talked a lot about how my distaste for audience research and focus groups in radio, which often will come back and tell you while the research says you do such and such and okay people may say that they like such and such in reality. That's not what they do. For instance, ask people if in listening to an oldies station, they have a broad variety of music over they like to hear the same song same narrow playlist played over and over and over again Paul you know. What the answer always is, they want the broad variety of music yet if all these type stations that are out there and one plays a narrow tight playlist of only a certain group and the other is all over the map playing thousands of songs. The one that has higher ratings as action with a narrow playlist. So people may say they want to hear, but the fact that the batteries the broad that pay playlist is the more you hear. Okay I don't like that side you punch the buttoning your God. Which is why some of these classic rock stations that have tens of thousands of rock n roll science to pick from play only the same two fifty over and over and over again I personally don't like that I personally like a broader cross section I just want to hear the same crap for the rest of my life, but I am in the minority on that but it would not be what people would say. Thus we're getting out of Joe Biden in the mass band aid. You probably would not have imagined this where this is going. Joe Biden. came out in favor of a nationwide mass mandate. He thinks that the federal government should require the wearing of masks by everyone in the United States anytime they are out in any type of place in public in the State of Wisconsin, we'd all have mass mandate issued by Tony. Everts that statewide. Biden thinks that this should be national. Now. Biden maybe an idiot but the people reading his Camp Joe Biden and come up with this on his own is that coming up with anything at his arrest coming up on his own are when he starts drooling and when he doesn't know who what what what state he said when he stabbed with something this a reason for it, and the reason is they pulled on this. We know what the polls show on mask mandates they are overwhelmingly popular. The Marquette University Law Paul here in Wisconsin that came out this week. was stay agreed in terms of the overwhelming support for requiring the wearing of masks sixty nine percents said, they should be required in all public places only twenty nine percent disagreed. I know a little bit about this in terms of what people say and where people do. I know that sixty nine percent of people don't actually believe that we should require the wearing masks in all public places because sixty nine percent apiece. Wisconsin nights are wearing masks everywhere they go in a public place. If they actually believe that they would be doing it themselves, you get away from the city of Milwaukee, the city of Madison the. Some of the more Liberal Urban Saturdays. I not only a few of these places hearing the stories the mask wearing is like a two percent. PAS come by and nobody in a bar nobody into this maybe maybe in a couple of chain stores or so on or with the store has their own individual rule. Right now the point that I make. Is that if you surveyed many of those people who weren't wearing them. They would say, yes, they're in favor of the mast mandate. It's just the thing that people are saying, but it's not necessarily what they do in other words go back to that word I use there's some nuance here to this. There's nuance to it. A People right now when they are responding to public opinion polls and this is why I'm just convinced trump is under polling I've been on this you know forever. What sounds better. I'm opposed to the mass mandate or high in favor of people who I am in favor of it and the people that are against that they're just not participating in these polls. It's another thing a screw it I'm not gonNa tell you. Remember, we live in a world where if you criticise black lives matter they're gonNA fire your but up in town anything that's considered not politically correct people aren't willing to say also. For these people who say do you support a Mass Bandi? Clearly some of them are saying, you know we probably want to insert in places, but it's interpreted by Joe Biden and his people as we are going to require you to wear it everywhere. Still Biden. is on this because he thinks it's a winning political issue. Now. Maybe, he's right. Maybe he's wrong I. Think he's wrong. I also think that Biden is planning to the choir here. Who are the people that are going to be most impressed by Joe Biden saying I think the people who are GonNa vote for Joe Biden, anyway elections are decided by swing voters take Wisconsin for example, the election's going to be decided in the Fox valley. I mean it'll be close election every vote matters but the Fox valley is the more swing area of the state of Wisconsin Madison and Milwaukee the city's extremely liberal the Milwaukee area suburbs. Very Republican. Trump one Wisconsin in two thousand sixteen because he dominated in the Fox valley in. Northern Wisconsin. It's a more swing area Democrats often do well in that area Justice Kelly for example, lost that area. In the State Supreme Court elections thought it's a conservative area, but it's frankly swag. I. Don't believe Biden's call for a mass mandate. Nationwide is going to play as well in those swing areas. So while it might poll really well, what do you think the polling on amass mandate ever in the United States is in Madison it's like ninety eight to two. Because Madison love the shove everybody else around a Madison with love to be able to issue orders for Duluth Minnesota. But Ninety eight to two is about how Joe Biden's GonNa carry the city of Madison as well. This is the reason however, people keep saying why aren't you addressing why the Republicans didn't Black Toady Iverson's order Paul I think discussed this nine times. I. Don't know why people think I haven't brought it up. So let's make a ten the reason why and the state Senate wants the black the order the state assembly doesn't have the votes to do it. It has nothing to do with Robin, Boston's Speaker in sap with the Individual Caucus, they don't have the votes to pass it and the recently the votes to pass it is. A none of the Democrats to black the order and a handful of Republicans though because they see response is coming into their office and they see these poll results they are over whelming support of the mass mandate and they think it's a losing political issue to try to obstruct it now. I happen to think they're misreading the public opinion on this. Again, what people say is often not what they do. I also think that some of the people who say they support mask mandates are the ones who get themselves the more they're those is most out of joint. If they go in somewhere and they're told the supposed to put a mascot. Brings me to the press then call story. Didn't the President Goal Story. You know any of these stories give the stories because it's kind of. Get a little bit of a tip off the story. The. DNR, the zoom meetings another zoom topic. Do you know about the story yet? The DNR the zoom meetings you know about this DNR. DNI. ARE NOT DNC DNC is. The DNC zone me, but let me throw this. I love this. Now remember when all the bars restaurants that they were gonNA make trillion dollars because of the Democratic National Convention. Now, hardly anybody is coming and now the Democrats are saying, don't go to any bars restaurants at all. Face went from let's keep the buyers open to five of the morning. So we could just cash out of the whole thing. Now, they're not going to allow there's going to be like four Democrats here and they're not ever going to be allowed to go to a bar. How could you not find this? Hilarious? But no? No, it's not. It's not the DNC and zoom they're having their zone. This is the DNR zoom. Preston call. This story is worth hearing. Feel. 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Now. y'All know what zoom meeting as you're having a meeting, but you're disappointing your computer yourself. Preston called the secretary of the DNR is requiring state employees where masks even if they're sitting in their own home by themselves if they're in the zoom meeting. Now, you can laugh and say, well, what's the science behind this and the answer? Of course, there isn't any science behind Eddie of it. There's no science behind wearing mask if you're sitting in a row and three hundred and fifty people. So why would he be requiring people to wear masks when they're sitting by themselves at home and you understand what all of this dog and pony show? Let's just make it look like we're all wearing masks to protect one another even if there's no point in having the mascot. Now in fairness to everybody else in state government cresting call who runs the state DNR is the only agency had that I'm aware of this and it's not like governmental agencies are doing this all across the united. States the reason the story has become Nash lose is nobody else found a department head is stope es, Preston Coil requiring employees the wear masks during zoom meetings. But there is a kickoff, the story. Given the fact that president called the head of the DNR believes that you should wear a mask at a meeting if you're the only person sitting in the room at the time. Why doesn't press the call where mask when he's playing golf? I apparently Preston's been seen out on the golf course quite a bit the last few days. But we're on a mask all when he's up and down the golf course out there you could save Preston's outside but there are people in its acidity. Now, the same president call that is putting on this great big show about requiring. Employees to wear masks, zoom meetings how compressed. It's not even wearing a mask what he's amidst other people what he's out there on the golf course. Press. That may say well, it's pretty stupid after where I'm at a golf course outside and forty feet away from the nearest gopher. True. But you have some of your employees of their their their on the person in their house at the time and you're making them put them on that as well. So I would merely encourage everybody who knows Preston call maybe take a photo of maritime. You see Preston without a mask on to expose him for the phony that he is. The point that I've been making here with regard to a lot of this stuff is people on the left condition, but they can't take it. Like the squealing has come from Germantown that I would dare draw attention to the witch hunting that is going on in which they have creepy little bureaucrats Croat's scrolling on facebook to see if somebody by criticized black lives matter. So they can take away their coaching job from them I, expose it in. It's the end of the world. They're firing a coach coach for having a political position and that's just fine or nothing mean about that. But I would actually tell people about what's going on out there and tell people how the school superintendent hold. So his activities director to such a low standard that he doesn't tell her that he she ought to be backing off of her. Demonizing people for their political views. So I draw attention Sarah attention to the fact that the school board in Germantown have enough spine to stand up intervene and say in our community we appreciate a diversity of opinion and we don't appreciate public employees running around spying on people and slapping them down if they hold a political viewpoint that doesn't happen to be left of center. Likewise. I suspect Preston calls the nicest guy in the world I hear he's a nice guy and there are some people say why you embarrassing precedent say we should take pictures of him when he's running around without his mascot well, you don't hear mark belling lecturing everybody telling him to put a mask on everywhere Preston Kohl's bake it is employs where that wear masks when they're sitting in a room off of themselves and the only thing that they're doing in public is turning their zoom camera on themselves. That is my point. Surprise surprise surprise you didn't know about this story literally got national I mean all all all the foxhole dotted Pressing came from the city of Milwaukee was the Milwaukee forest or read. I hear out at the golf course precedent where masks at all I don't know if he wears the basket, he goes into the clubhouse. But I don't. I don't know I. Know is that at the golf course I'm getting reports, the president calls and Rub without a mask, which is quite fascinating given the given the fact that if you're a game warden that's having zoom meeting with your head warden down there and saw county you're both better have mass on even though not near any other human being oppressed, go to crack the whip by new for just being you know spreading Kuroda virus crazy yell recklessly and crazily. The story again has gotten scant mainstream media coverage, and in some cases, the stories they get scanned coverage maybe aren't the biggest deal in the world but what is the excuse for the lack of follow up on what happened in Wallet Tosa on Saturday night? What is going on with that story has there been and arrest is already custody and our police going to try to develop criminal cases against all of the people who were involved potentially a conspiracy to try to kill officer Mensa, some answers that all of those questions asnd. Some thoughts on the nine responsiveness so far from the Tulsa police on the whole situation. Own. Guy. And then. Demand. For the chorus of should I start talking? I think you're playing a few signs the played into Wallace hadn't heard no our. Writer. Was the. Bellamy brothers my right about that. Yeah. Not, really a one hit wonder was that there were like three hit wonder mid seventies if I had to try to kneel down to be exact. Bands that got played on top forty stations rather than the. That was like. There's a lot of southern tinged music that sort of came around in. That air of the mid seventies Marshall Tucker band them. Of others fit into that. Fit into that category I'm sure John would have disapproved of all of that. So we stopped pocket of out of given the fact that he's essentially dead to us, right? Yeah. We haven't over why talk about him let's talk about ourselves. We're more interesting than he ever was anyhow. All right. 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In the river West neighborhood and he had an interesting set of political viewpoints. and his political viewpoints he not only war on his sleeve. He wore out his windows. He put signs all over as building an historic front and the last couple of months. He was ubiquitous everywhere you go downtown Milwaukee to see him standing around holding his Donald Trump side and he was very recognizable figure because it's sort of tall lean angular guy he had the RASTA. Rastafarian type here do with the what's the term dreadlocks with the dreadlocks and so I just see everywhere it I just I if I knew his name I had forgotten I just know he's the guy that holds up the trump side. He's every red everybody hold it up always give wave and the smile and he had this great big huge smile and I encountered him and come across him and I'm pretty sure I've seen him in a couple of bars but I. IF I've talked to him, it slipped my mind it's possible I have I just don't remember it. But I just know that he just the guy that if you live anywhere near downtown or each side of River West just. A compare them to the guy who would drive the car. We used to call the Jesus car back in the eighties and the nineties the car that had the Christian sayings out at any of the megaphone growth, the street, and so you saw him everywhere anywhere prevail was an outspoken supporter of president trump. And we know how that antagonize is some people. What we do not know is whether or not. That's why he was killed that somebody just decided I'm not going to allow. This blackout walk around a river west of the trump cyber going to kill him. That might not be it. I grant you it might not be it, but maybe it is we just don't know. There has been a remarkable lack of interest in the local media in following through on this story. I have quoted a couple of friends of his saying. They're very concerned about what the role of black lives matter his bed in commenting about this. And I've had people tell me about the kind of feedback that burnell had been getting for the few days leading up to the murder and we know that he had an argument. With somebody shortly before this, we also know that Reggie Moore who runs the Milwaukee Violence Prevention had intervened after was being harassed because of his political viewpoints by a young man. Anyway so people don't forget the story I would like to remind people there is a reward out there. Now in Milwaukee the rewards Sarah administered by the Police Department and they worked through believed the crime stoppers program and so on. But a number of people have raised twenty thousand dollars for information that leads to the arrest of the individual who individual or individuals who killed Brielle travel promote. So. I do think it's interesting especially since we have a photo of the guy that did it was a grainy photo at his face is covered up the mask and the whole thing. It's hard to get a read on anything but boy people just know things. And if more than one person was involved in somebody said, we're going to go get the sky. Somebody out there knows something now it is very possible. This has nothing to do with pilot this could just be. Milwaukee has murder problem right now that he's out of control it is unbelievable how bad it is. We're going to talk about it a little bit later out of the program this could have been a robbery. This could have been an interpersonal problem somebody's got to hang up with a family member it could be a girl ex girlfriend. It could be anything. I'm not going to. Do out there and tell people that he was killed because of his political beliefs. But many people fear that he he was and I don't want this story forgotten I. Want to remind people that that reward is out there. Now to Wa Tosa. This is another story in which the media just wants to pretend. It didn't happen. The near riot that occurred the home. Of the girlfriend of Walla Tosa police officer, Joseph Mensah. The man who has been the target. Of obnoxious protests for months. Following, the shooting of the killing mother of George flight in Minneapolis. In which he suffocated while y'all know hundred fly died when we have these anti police protests suddenly came upon the case of officer men said while the Tosa who months earlier in his third fatal police shoot and kill the man who was running with a stolen loaded stolen gun. Into Mayfair Mall and turned it shot at officer Mensa before Sremksa shot hip. He had thirty six rounds of ammunition and extended magazine, and there was ever reason to believe that he may have been intended to go into the ball to commit mass murder. We don't know that for sure but he's running into the mall with a gun with thirty six bullets. But. He need thirty six bullets when you're going into Mayfair. You might argue why do you need even what but he was part of a mob that was causing a disturbance there anyway they wanna fire officer Mensa for acting heroically and saving his own life and that situation and he has been harassed ever since this came to a head Saturday night. He often stays with his girlfriend who was a police officer in Milwaukee she lives in Wa Tosa. In which protesters including some well-known individuals. I'm told the on maze was there I don't know this but I'm told it and we know that State Representative David Bowen was there because. He spoke into the be about what he said happened at the event. A number of people went and stopped at a store. We think it's a target and bought toilet paper and other things started vandalizing the yard. Of Officer. Men's his girlfriend. During this time officer Mensa came out to see what was going on or perhaps the tell them to cut it out. It was during this time that objects thrown to a window and the window was smashed. Both Mensa say and his girlfriend sustained some injuries. The girlfriend is posted on social media. The some of the injuries scrapes bruises she sustained during this. It was during this period of time that a shotgun blast leno off. Officer. Manson said it was by his ear. But the shotgun showed it and up the blast actually did end up of. Schalken. Jot that occurred was this an attempted murder? Was it a warning shot was somebody again I don't know I wasn't there. What we do know as the Babo Tulsa police treated this very very seriously. We also know that this has been the end result of a decision that was made by a number of leaders in Wa Tosa. But for unfortunately, include the mayor and certainly include Alderman Heather Cool and certainly include state representative Robin vining who has been a mouthpiece for the anti police agitators in Wildwood Tosa. In which they had fueled and fueled and fueled. Made it clear that you can do anything you want to officer Mensa anything you want to at backers of the police anything you want to Aqap until and get away with it and it led to this At the very least what you have here is criminal damage to property vandalism I can't and Paul, and I can't just decide that we're going to go toilet paper up some house at toilets at night, and then I can't grab a brick and throw it through somebody's window. We would be in trouble if we did that. And if we targeted an African American person did that because we had a problem with him, we would be in real trouble for it. In some of the white people that were involved in this protest who trashed the home of a mixed race couple. Need to confront with eight get here. In addition to that, there was a situation in which a gun. I don't know if the gun was legally owned or not. But there was a gun, a shotgun that was brought to the scene and it was fired. This could be attempted murder it certainly could be. Reckless endangerment. Of Things. On the program two days ago Wa Tosa police chief vary. Weber told me that the have determined. Who It is that fire the Gut To my knowledge. This is not been reported in the mainstream media. I. Wonder Why that is that is a major revelation police know who the shooter is. There has been very little interest from anyone in the media and following up on this story I suspect because they fear that we may find out just who did this, and we felt may find just how violent some of the people who have been passing themselves office peaceful and nonviolent actually are. On the other hand, the about information other than that revelation chief wherever that's come out of wallet hosts about this investigation has been diddley squat. Now I believe that while we city officials have been trying to quiet this investigation I, believe that micromanaging the Police Department here I've asked the city manager James archambault has he been controlling the information from the police department. He has not responded to that question. But there certainly has not been a free flow of information I grant. It's an active criminal investigation when you have an active navigation and you're still questioning people, you tend not to release a lot of information. But I WANNA know if this man in A. If they've identified this individual as a shooter has that person better arrested or not? I don't have an answer. They say that they have the individual identified. I can tell you that there are indications that they are going through cell phone, not only video, but phone records to see who said, what and who did what which led up to this. If this was a plan where several people said we're going to get MENSA. And, there is some telephone type video telephone type messaging of this. This is a very interesting thing for police to pursue. I realized that there are a lot of liberals allowed in the media had a lot of people in Walla, Tosa including Robin, vining, and heather cool than that crowd. Just all go away, act like this is just another little protests that okay. I got a little rockets. You. Had a gunshot fire at a home that was smashed up with its window busted out because some people don't like the two people who live in the home. and. It's a serious matter. And it needs to have serious consequences without regard to whether or not prominent local protesters and some prominent local politicians were involved in the scene or not. Again, I don't know who fired the shot. But we need to stay on top of the story and we need to be aware that there is a reason why the media seems a lot more interested in just about every single story out there. More. So than say this one and the Brunell Tram Turmel murder. Standing up for Milwaukee. This is the mark belling late afternoon show on news talk eleven thirty W. I s any minute resting. Trivia. Question was serious implications in a moment but first. This afternoon, the Mayor Baba Tosa issued a statement. Dealing with how the city intends to move forward here. With the increasingly lawless and Saturday. Night violent. Protests and disturbances that have been going on in the city. I don't know what the city will do. But I know that the city is talking differently than it was before from the beginning and Wa Tosa there has been a caving in and appeasing the credits and I believe that the reason why would Face the trouble that it has is because they essentially invited critics in to come in and bitching, yell and scream at public meetings and once those credits realized. That while Tosa was going to allow them to demean public officials and Demean police officers they decided to come in and do what they were allowed to do. Now, this may have been the agenda of this group hosted together a group that by the way despicably is in lockstep with Mac Metropolitan Milwaukee. Association of Commerce that is in lockstep with a radical anti police organization that is polluting while the Tosa with its leftist viewpoints nonetheless. Goddess that the point that we're at now it led to, of course, the situation that occurred on Saturday where protesters felt emboldened to first toilet paper and then throw rocks through the Windows Of A home occupied by a police officer, his girlfriend with children inside the house. In fact, the protesters have sent said you know none of this would have happened if the officer would have just stayed inside the house, it's come to that. That's other protests. Now think this is how we have culture relies them by the response and while the Tosa but you can trash somebody's house show up with a shotgun at the guy's house though rocks are the windows and somehow the person who lives at the House has a responsibility to not come outside instead his own property while you're crashing that same property. All without a cop insight. The story has obviously turned and as I've been commenting this week, I, think clearly a lot of residents of while Matosa. Who have been willing to err on the side of allowing these protests and so on are now fed up in some of them are fearful that their community is becoming Portland. Thanks to the decision, of Mayor McBride. All cool. And the loud agitating from the sidelines of Robin. vining to encourage this type of disruptive behavior which is welcomed in non residents of the community to make Walmart Tosa. The target of behavior that I think most communities would not tolerate. I think the story has started deterrent and many people are alarmed. That while what Tosa has been allowing a this stuff to be going out at Mayfair forever, they're allowing traffic to be disrupted and North Avenue whenever people feel like now, you have individual quiet neighborhood neighborhood residences. Have to put up with gunfire and riotous behaviour. All because the community has decided that. The heather cool. Robin vining toasted together movement. is going to bring their radicalism to the entire community. Well, I think that there is now a bash glass to this and what the statement released today, Denis McBride, who is a liberal but not one of the radicals but I think showing weakness throughout this by not taking steps to enforce order. He's issued a statement that is much stronger than anything that's come out of Walmart Osa before my response at all of this stuff is I believe in protest I don't to may not agree with the protests but lively and the right to protest that believe in the right to aggressive free speech I shoot off by big mouth all the time I believed that I would rather live in a society that is loud and disorderly what one, that anal and repressive I don't like these notions of speech codes at universities I don't like it when you have high school activities director like they are up and. Running around on facebook trying to find out whether or not somebody took the ride inside of a political viewpoint. So she can fire them I don't like it when school boards give such latitude to very very oppressive administrators that are out there running around his thought police in general I. Believe in free it open speech and I believe that we should give great latitude to people who WanNa Gripe and complain to government however. They're still lost that we haven't plays. You just get to March run and block traffic on city streets without a pervert but we have allowed these protesters all across the united, states to do it. You don't get to fire bobby courthouse like they tried to do in Madison you get too burned out a police precinct as they get. Minneapolis. And you shouldn't be able to go and trash and smash up. The home of a police officer because her boyfriend is somebody that the protesters out like as occurred while the Tosa. It's because they haven't enforced any laws so far that they have gotten to the point. Now, we're all of those laws are broken. We're getting threats from the mayor that this is the end of it. Got To read the whole statement, but I'll read. The first paragraph statement that was issued this afternoon my mayor Dennis McBride for almost three months while the Tosa has been the site of continuing protests protesting is a right guaranteed by the First Amendment to the United. States constitution the city of Matosa always supported and protected peaceful protests. The US Supreme Court has made it clear that that right is subject to limitations limitation. Protests must be peaceful and communities may impose time place and manner restrictions. Though many protests in Tosa have been peaceful increasingly some activities have violated wobble Tosa, ordinances and state. Laws. When the violations of occurred the Watterson police? Department has made arrests and issued citations but exercising forbearance, it has not enforced city ordinances INFO measure. From this point forward however to ensure that protests remain peaceful and within boundaries of the law all so ordinances will be enforced including but not limited to the following. Discharging fireworks without a permit from the Wa Tosa. Common Council. Protesting on private property, a residence or business without the owner's permission. Let Interject there's always been confusion about that. One has the right to protest than public property but not on private property. In other words, you can protest than a public sidewalk generally, you can protest at a public park generally, you can't however walk into the parking lot of a private business or into a private business standard someone's front yard or driveway, and so on. Back to the letter from mayor at bride. Picketing at private residences, trespassing inside private businesses, obstructing or blocking traffic failure to disperse an unlawful assembly as defined by, and then he mentioned the Wisconsin Statute. Depending on the incident violators might be subject to arrest or liable for fortune forfeitures of up to five thousand dollars. So he's not promising they run rest people, but they are threatening to make arrests for people who violate these ordinances. The stricter enforcement of our laws is intended to restore order and civility in our community. The city will continue to allow protesters to march on sidewalks or in streets if marchers do not obstruct. Hard to read this, do not extract our. Do not obstruct. Pedestrian traffic for any other protests however. Organizers will be required to obtain a special event permit. Permits will not be granted for protests on private property. Whether we're not a permit is required. Time peace and matter restrictions could result in arrest or issuance of legal citations. Failure to obtain a permit. When required could result in a forfeiture of up to one thousand dollars plus any costs associated with the event such as time barricades cleanup and more. The WAUBOSA Common Council. And I have heard the calls for change and we have taken them. seriously. It is our goal to be a model for me change in recent weeks the common. Council has banned the use of. Of Choke holds it while the Tosa directed the Watterson Police Department to purchase body cameras adopted the Metro Milwaukee Association of Commerce pledges to create a more diverse workforce and scheduled. Implicit bias training for city staff elected officials more changes will come. So what so that comes from Waldo Samir Denis McBride in which they say look, we've done a lot in our community, but we're not gonNA tolerate the continued violation of law. We're going to require permits for these protests. If you hold on a sidewalk and it's peaceful, you can go ahead and do that. We'll even let you go on the street but not if you're going to be blocking pedestrian or vehicle traffic. and. We're not going to allow any kind of permits for protests and private residences, a private businesses. In other words you have to hold them in the proper fashion. Now, this is the standard that almost all protesters from the beginning of time had been to as an example. We have ad from meteors protests outside of abortion clinics. Most communities allow the protesters to stand on the sidewalk usually across the street. So they don't impede people coming into or out of the clinics. You don't get to stand inside the property, go into the property and raise hell and when you have pro-lifers have been arrested for doing that these protests ever since George. Floyd all across the United States, who just thrown the laws out the window we've thrown him out the window and Milwaukee where people were driving through blocking traffic would drive around on peoples yards and sell odd because they were most peaceful and I think while we're toes says tolerated this mostly peaceful until it's gotten to the point where they are now mostly not peaceful. So we will see whether it eighty of these protesters pushed the envelope. Given the fact that quite a few of them are rather prominent people. Like a member of the Wisconsin state assembly. Who may have been untruthful in his description of what occurred given the fact? That member of the Wisconsin State Assembly said officer meant it was the person who pulled the trigger on the shotgun a story again that the local media has not followed up on that absurd statement from Boa that I believe will be proven to be a bald face lie by a layer member of the state assembly. At least, we're getting some indication from WAUBOSA. From the top of city government, there is going to be an attempt. To restore some order indecency in that community. None of this would have been necessary if they would have behave this way from the beginning as I've been telling you all of odd. I have said from the beginning caving in leads the more caving in and when people see you cave in, they push for more and more and more and more, and the people that are trying to cause trouble in Wa Tosa will not be satisfied until they get everything they want right up to an including shutting dowd. Mayfair. If Wallace's finally beginning to recognize that. And if the Robin vining heather cool crowd is finally no longer running while the Tosa. That at the very least is progress I said I had a trivia question in it's not a pleasant one. We're GONNA ask that question in a mullet. Eleven thirty WS and Mark belling late afternoon show trivia question in a moment i. Think a lot of news coverage, but it's quite fascinated in the Chicago. sun-times is the first to report it. And it's gotten a fair amount of national traction. The day after. The violent riots in Chicago over the weekend, the following evening that was the night that Chicago authorities raise the bridges and shut off the freeway ramps they in other words tried to stop anybody from being able to get into the loop end of the Reverend North area and so odd downtown to stop further violets and it generally works. If you know anything about Chicago, it's kind of an island you got the lake of the one side of the river loops to the other, and there's this system of bridges and so on, and if you raise all the bridges and you block off the remainder of the roads. It can be Kinda hard to get to it unless unless I suppose you attack from the side by water and attack it from Lake Michigan, I suppose to do that. Is this what it's come to. We literally have warfare going on, it may well be anyway. This lead, some of the people who wanted to go and agitating committed violence to move into a couple of the neighborhoods in Chicago. And they moved into the Englewood neighborhood, which is located on the west side. The Chicago sun-times was there A number of Englewood residents themselves African American came out of their homes to confront and try to stop the black lives matter protesters from causing damage. They were actually outnumbered. There were more protesters there were residents came outside, but the residents came out to try to defend their neighborhood because they didn't want to have their neighborhood trashed. The way the downtown was trashed. The sometime, story has some interesting quotes in it. The quote, a man named Wayne Kit and quote from the story in the sometimes of two days ago dwayne kid was angry. He didn't mince words standing in the middle of sixty third straight encircled by police reform protesters the forty two year old lifelong resident of Englewood. Yelled. None. Of these M bleepers are GONNA be here tomorrow. That's why I got a problem kid a number of other longtime residents of Englewood pushed back on a rally in the neighborhood. This is on Tuesday evening that was planned by several local police reform organizers according to residents of the South side neighborhood were given. No prior notice of the rally. He was especially concerned that Englewood community members would bear the brunt of tensions flared up between police nonresidents. They didn't let the community know they didn't put fliers on people's doors if they would have gotten something incited with the police who's going to deal with the tomorrow the community not them they'll be somewhere sip Sangria somewhere I'm telling you like it is. Another individual? Daryl Smith President of the Englewood political taskforce. If you're issue is that the police take it to thirty, five, thirty, fifth and Michigan. That's the Chicago police headquarters. Don't come to Englewood with it. If the people at Fifty Street WanNa come over and protest the police, they can do it but no one from the north side or Indiana or any place other than the angle what can come here and do that. Interesting. These are African American residents of an African American neighborhoods saying I don't WanNa, Bunch outsiders coming into our neighborhood and screaming and racing health is that not the exact saying has happened while? Tosa. where a number of non-residents Wa wa Tosa going into that committee going into neighborhoods and raising hell the people that like it. Give. The fact that the Chicago situation has been extremely violent. Some of the residents of Chicago's showed up try. To. Literally take the law into their own hands and stop community from being disrupted itself now, Trivia question. Name the major American city with the biggest increase it. It's murder rate from last year to this year. Paul said, can he answer? Well, it's a pretty obvious answer and I had you post the link up the web's. I think you probably know what the answer is. Again, percentage increase there is no city in the United States. It has a greater increase that it's murder rate than Milwaukee Wisconsin. Fox News has posted the story on its website today and the data is updated as of this morning. So in other words, it literally runs right up today August thirteenth from January first to August thirteenth they compared the number of murders at every major American city and they broke it obvious by population there and counting tiny little cities at the compared them to the number of murders in each of those cities. From January first to August thirteenth of last year and the city with the largest increase in homicides in America is Milwaukee One, hundred, twenty percent. Interestingly Minneapolis. A second. Now Minneapolis had a lot of violence during the George Floyd situation and so on. But there are a number of other cities that have been on the way up to we know that York has seen a dramatic increase many other cities as well. But no city more. So than Milwaukee. Is it a coincidence. That the increase in the murder rate in Milwaukee is going on at the exact same time that the city council has moved to defend the city police. Is it a coincidence that it's going on at the exact same time that the fire and police commissioner has been telling them a walkie police department of backed out and community policing to the point that it got rid of the police chief. Now I believe one of the reasons the murder rate is increasing generally across the United States is the covid nineteen locked out. You have all sorts of people that are stuck at home. They have nowhere to go. They have no buyers that go to work to go to people that in some cases live very dense neighborhoods people on top of one, another tempers are going to flare. I also believe that drug use has dramatically increased because of the covid nineteen lockdown people have nothing to do. And they're turning to drugs that means more drug sales that it means more people wired up on drugs. This clearly leads the violence on both ads. Still those factors are not unique to Milwaukee. The Milwaukee Cry Violent Crime problem is the worst in America. I. Don't I. I've seen some stories pointing out that Milwaukee, said an increase in the murder rate. I haven't seen anybody point out that we have the biggest increase in the percentage rate of murder of any major city in the United States of America. To do this at the same time that the entire city council voted to cut the size of the police department. And at the time that we got rid of the police chief to try to turn to a Police Department that is less confrontational on crime is a disaster. Every one of the communities on the list is led by a liberal mayor. Everybody. I pointed out in the program that liked to admit when I'm wrong it doesn't happen much after to ride the left as electric but with the ride because I mean they'd be doing nothing but admitting that they were Brag. There is a consequence though of continuing to do things the wrong way. And with regard to urban America and the terrible decisions were making right up to and including allowing the Milwaukee School Board to allow those gold, Rick Public School Teachers to sit on their asses not go into the schools when many suburban districts are going to be opening up this fall. We can't keep making terrible decisions and not expecting terrible consequences. We can't keep allowing individuals who stand up and claimed that they believed that black lives matter yet don't care about the fact that the majority of these people murdered this year are in fact black. People who claim that we should be concerned about what's going on with regard to disproportionate suffering by African Americans, seem to be not concerned at all that African Americans are being murdered at a terrifying right Milwaukee Wisconsin. There's political agenda behind much of this anarchism just as a liberal political agenda, the striving almost everything but we have got to stop making the mistake of allowing people who are wrong always about everything to continue to make decisions for our future. Because you see here, there are deadly consequences to this. Again, the increase in violent crime is going on all over the country. We. Know the in Chicago are terrible. Minneapolis is almost as bad as us, Dr has gone from an extremely low murder rate to increasing murder rate, but there is no country in. America. On again percentages what they're working here. The thing that makes this to me most striking is this current without a mass murder often, you'll see a city spike when there's For instance in Okrika number of years ago we had the shooting at the sick temple where. A number of murders out. Well, of course, their rate exploded in that one year the Jeffrey. Dahmer you're in Milwaukee of course, there was a spike or if you get one or two shooting seventy goes in God forbid with school and shoots a bunch of people. The only thing that we add approaching anything like this was the Miller brewing situation but that wasn't an enormous number. This is all disconnected stuff. We have the biggest increase in murder of any city in the United States so far in the year twenty twenty and the response to this, the fire and police commission. is to try to soften up the police department and slash its budget. How do you think that's GonNa. Work out. I asked what ought to be obvious question. Yet. You've got Joe Biden talking about diverting police resources and Democratic Party reading a ticket on the basis. On a crime platform of having a de emphasis on strong police responses. President trump is particularly good on the crime issue himself. But we're seeing right now from the left is disastrous particularly given the fact that we are already seeing an explosion. In the rate of violent crime, yet I think in part another consequence. Of the disastrous overreaction to covid nineteen. which in the long run is going to kill far more people than whose lives are ever going to be saved by the restrictions that we're putting in place. Because of the virus. Still, have a sizzling summer cash contests text the word for you at. Is it conservatives liberals who are questioning whether or not Kamala? Harris is African American. We found some very interesting audio that I think share from union. You have that ready in there you ready to go in there. Paul's ready to go. That's. If you would have said, no. You should have just said no to drive me crazy that I would have been driven. News, Talk Eleven Thirty W. Mark late afternoon show believe it or not. The bucks played this afternoon. The regular season for the bucks is now over. At the well I mean depending how you look at it I mean the reason why these Games are also meaning list the boxes because they won by so much. They ran away from the Eastern Conference title Ran Away with the best record in the League cy young ended up having to play out the string of these games of the bubble and they meant nothing for the box at all. Anyway, the day was a weird game because. MEMPHIS there's like a five-way tie for the last playoff position in the West and Memphis had to wit. In the meantime the bucks are playing for nothing Yada was unable to play because he suspended anyway to give you an indication for seriously the bucks took the game, the guy, the two players who had the played the most minutes for Dj Wilson and Frank Mason. In other words the two guys farthest on the end of the benches, the bucks played through. So Anyway, Memphis won the game by about thirteen points, but the grizzlies had to win and. They know this weird format in the NBA where the eighth and ninth teams have a playoff play in game to see who has the eight seed. So once they get that resolved in both the east and the west of the butts will not know who they play until the nine and eight seeds in the east plotted other, and the winner of that game will be the one that plays the bucks in the first round of the playoffs. All Games, of course be played in the bubble turning Atlanta. The brewers are playing tonight us a political. Lose I vaguely questions all day. What do I know about the trump event in oshkosh nothing officials but announced other president I don't know if he you know he likes to stir things out. He made a comment on a facebook phone conversation yesterday that he was going to be holding a rally in. Wisconsin on Monday. And it's believed to be in Oshkosh. They haven't formally announced anything yet off it's going to be a rally or a small speaking type of event and so on. But we do know that it is right up Donald Trump's alley to come to Wisconsin the very same day the Democratic National Convention begins it's very possible. Trump may have more people at his event. In oshkosh that the Democrats have at their convention in Milwaukee now again, we don't know what the size of it's good to be. But if you're looking for an opportunity to go to something and you're not freaked out about the virus, just the details will obviously come out but there's been nothing official it I don't know for certain it's going to happen but The trump campaign is not denied that they're going to do it but It's still only Thursday add there are a lot of places in Oshkosh that you could hold it if you were going to hold it open air. Massive Brown's behind. The Whitman Airport where they hold the EA grounds, there's also Titan Stadium and ask a lot of places you can hold it in Oshkosh if they want to do it, maybe they're going to check the weather to make sure opener is going to I. Don't know. So anyway, I don't have any information beyond just pay attention I'm sure you'll get some. Yesterday's program I was discussing. And this whole issue has been created because of the obsession by the left on race and identity. We had terms and they go out of vogue. Then you become racist if you use those terms with the common term that was used in the fifties and sixties in the United States. For Black Americans was negroes that term is virtually never used, but still remains in the names of some black organizations. Many of you have heard of the United Negro College Fund, which was an organization that supported many fairly good black universities in the south the N. double ACP for Heaven's sakes. That is National Association for the Advancement of Colored People people who use that terminology now they look at you as if. You ought to be putting sheet out of your head. So the words change we went for black and then the term evolved became African American. Well this problem with that. Not all black people are African. American. There's also been the discussion as America becomes a society that is really a melting pot where so many of us are. Of Mixed race and mixed ethnicity. When are you African America as opposed to? Dutch American. Or Asian American. Tiger Woods is the classic example of this question and tiger with an American tiger woods has so many different ethnicities that are in there that it's impossible to describe them as anything other than an American. So anyway. This has been brought up on the. Top of the Harris situation because she has made references to where South African American and some black people don't like that. There has been some social media suggested that white. Racist, Republicans are accusing Harris of not being African American in fact, this has been entirely raised by the left. Most people on the right couldn't care less. They just consider us all to be Americans. You're going to hear here is an audience change from CNN y'all Don Lemon. They're real lefty American commentator you to hear two voices on here as part of a panel discussion that he had but he's arguing with a supporter of Cobbola Harris. Who's defending her herself as african-american and Don Lemon who's a big liberal estate? She's not African American. Harrison. Factor ethnicity is she is part Indian. And Part Jamaican. And it's a kind of a rock and it's hard to follow. But Levin is obviously the male voice that's in this exchange. This was a year. This is how the lefties were saying that couple Harris was way out of line for any self reference to herself being African American and as I say down lemons not a conservative. This is when liberals did like Kabul the Harrison never tried to essentially say that she was opposed engage in in. Really stealing of a heritage that was not hers. Anyway. Listen to this. One, she is a black woman. She's a mixed race woman. When you see her, you see her blackness, but she is also South Asian. Her Mom is South Asian and her dad is Jamaican as April April. Listen more power to her and I think it's great. That is that should be enough. Is enough that he's a black woman. No. No No. You're not. You're not what people are saying the people who are saying she black that's ball. That's BS. But to to. Shakes, into say is she African American or is she black or she whatever that what's there is nothing wrong with that there's a difference between being African American and being black. People let People Latino. People are people of Color, but they're not black. They're Brown people. She's okay follow but she is a black woman. I agree with that I agree with that but see African, American. But African American. There's a difference. There's nothing wrong with that. No one is trying to take anything away from. Your fault think. Also say I am black. African, American that's it. I'm not falling. Let let me let me finish hold on. I'm not falling into a trap by that when when when she both download lineage many Africans landed on in Jamaica and all these other Caribbean on. So she could endure. With others but she's She is a black woman she wasn't. Tag Crew Ted. Cruise. You, know what we can. Eclipsed. From. CNN from a year ago in which you had to lefties arguing about whether or not Cavallero should be calling yourself African American. All of this becomes almost the forest because it's the left that has been so So obsessed with identity anyway, and the defender of her use of the term is saying well, luck some African Americans came over to Jacob just the but everybody at some point came from somewhere. How anyone is going to trace? The ethnicity of the Jamaican Ancestors Kamala Tomah Harris's beyond that, and then lemon says, well, I it's not America. Well. Fear. Radically Jamaica which is in the Caribbean as part of North America. It's an island. America isn't just the United States of America but you see the whole problem here when it's the left that has created all of these labels clearly. Tomei. Harris is an individual of mixed race and even the supporters say. Saying India's she south Asian offer crying out loud. Posing a saying Asian that India is Asia just as just as Germany is in Europe and just this candidate is in North America but the the this started when for whatever reason and like I say I'll use whatever turn people to use what do I care. It started wed. We moved away from the use of the term black and went to African. American, which as many people played become gets a little confusing because Africa is a continent it. We don't refer for example to people who are French is being European Americans become french-american so talion Americans and so odd and Africa is a continent and Africa is it entirely black for northern part of Africa's a lot of white people Egypt a few other countries as well, and a confident doesn't create a race whereas the word black applied. A race but see a go into this in which these terms used for whatever reason, and now you come to the question that the debating just because someone is black are they African American and many liberals were arguing that Kamala Harris is not and that she's been engaging in cultural appropriation throughout her political career by saying but that she's an African American at appealing to African American supporters whereas she something else I care what she is. All I know she's a lefty but for the left that is obsessed with all of this identity politics, it becomes important as she appeals for the so called African American vote I. Suspect Don. Lemon may wish that he had not been caught saying those things because he's probably now that she's Joe Biden's running-mate he's GonNa talk about a wonderful person she was but there are there are a lot of people who think that she has been inappropriately. Saying Hey I'm one of us when she says I'm African American when her at the city is. What is Paul it in other referring to her not as Indian it's for whatever reason Asian. Sound more politically correct Indian. I. Don't know. I don't create any of these rules of these obsessions of these labels that people put on one. Another were we simply stopped taking any of the boxes, what we to stop saying that black lives matter and instead focus on the lives that everybody that is. In our country who could stop worrying about this obsession about whether or not we had enough representation from each and every group and instead accept the reality that people in America are getting together and Hook it up and make babies with all sorts of mixed races that are in here and people are GonNa be ninety seven different things. The whole country is going to be people like Tiger Woods. At. Kabul Harris I. Think she has children. What are her kids eventually you end up with you you end up with somebody like me I, have a sister who did our genealogy I'm everything under the sun see it's almost impossible to describe what I am. She has two daughters so. And what her daughters GonNa get married in Mary subway eventually, it becomes impossible to decide what these labels are in that what constitutes an African American is eleven was arguing this is something that said I get it the of your where you are from she is not from America she from Jamaica while that's Weird Jamaica slid of North America, it's an island and she's not African American. She's now from Africa she was somewhat from from you know part of her ancestry is from Jamaica. The other part is from India and the other woman say, but she's black. But black does mean African American. So anyway, this whole argument is one that's out there on the left and they're the ones that are obsessed with it. Says more importantly, what is buying all nuts as by I swear Joe Biden right now he sold it to be so try to say the right thing but his brain is so screwed up every tribal size to say the right thing he says there I heard Joe Biden thinks he's black. He's called her clear. He got through that thing yesterday although people are getting all over Tucker Carlson for calling Kamala Harris Kamala Harris, which is the way I pronounce that because that's the way most people pronounce it. Until now we're now being told it's Coppola Joe by. You if you count your. Part of it is he's mangled up as many times. He had about six different pronunciations every time he every time he mentioned it. You know eventually he's either GonNa get her name wrong or worse. Yeah s Jota weigh and on whether or not commas African American, can you imagine where that would go? Best case scenario he calls her hillary. I mean his full stats gotta be worrying that he's going to start grabbing her uplink. He does all these women that's got to be, of course, something's going in the next eighty days. Every day something does say there's a reason he's locked in the basement. He won't even come to Milwaukee for his own convention. They can't let him come here. I'm telling you that speech he gives he's not even GonNa do it live? They will record it because they know they can't trust him to go fifty minutes live. He's GONNA screw up they're going to have to stop this thing a million different times. You'll end up like having different ties I during the thing. Ed. W I s an mark late afternoon show to give you the text the word in the season's summer cash contest. I've been talking about the following story for some time and it's finally showing up the mainstream media. US online is quoting one of the leading cancer doctors at Roy as saying that they believe that there's going to be a significant increase in cancers including the bad ones the ones that metastasized that's what it spread. Some one Oregon to the others as a result, the number of people who canceled cancer screenings because of Kobe nineteen many of the hospital stopped doing them in April and May and others pushed them back quite some time. It is my contention that not having people go in for cancer screenings, not catching cancer, which is serious because of the obsession over covert, which for most people is not particularly serious is another terrible miss prioritization that far more people are going to die because they were avoiding detection for cancer. Because of this fear that we had that the hospitals are going to be overrun over Calvin course never happened. The story quotes Federico Sanchez, WHO's the medical director of Oncology for Aurora Cancer Care Quote, will there be more cancers found later than they should have. Yes. There will be i. we expecting to see an. And Motassedeq Meta tastic cancer. Yes. But we look back this is going to be regarded. As one of the worst collective decisions that our society has made particular the decision that was made by hospital companies here in Wisconsin. When they followed the CDC guidelines to stop doing all of these other procedures. Will amount to I think terrible medical malpractice in the meantime if any of these hospital companies ask you for money, do not give them a plug nickel. We would be better off getting new nonprofit management running these facilities. They continuing to see the people who butchered the response to Covid nineteen hundred and shut off and denied medical care to many people who needed just because the CDC. Told them to text Dan word sizzling summer cash contests. You have until seven o'clock text the word love. L. O. V. E. Love and the two, hundred, two, hundred you'll get a text confirming entry plus iheartradio Info Standard Data and message rates apply in this station contests and finally this. I wouldn't plug this and this it was hilarious but it is hilarious. There's a guy in Milwaukee who's got the goofiest name that you can imagine it goes on forever and ever and ever he's done one of these low budget films and when I say low budget, this is like. I mean, it's black and white for crying out loud. He shot a monster and we'll be milwaukee, and the monster supposedly lives in Lake Michigan. So the neighbor is Lake Michigan Monster I. AM telling you this is hilarious. It's about as funny as anything could be the trailers about his log as the movie, the movies that our at fifteen minutes, the trailers, two minutes I have the trailer up belling DOT COM. Check it out. Just bust a gut laughing. Did you watch the trailer? It's just. I, it's just Larry I. I from what I can tell it seems to be sort of a take off on Moby Dick because the captain is obsessed with finding the monster out there where the lake at a but captains drunk and it's hits. The guys there the guy who did the movie who asked me to plug the movie? His name is you ready for this better start playing happy trails Paul because otherwise the show will never end by the. Same Ryland Brixton call twos and he did the whole thing he starts entity rights directs it in. Got His girlfriend or wife in there on the whole thing and It's Obvious, tellus. Funny and you can find it on Youtube but. Independent films just. Because I don't get. Out of time for today's show, I'll be back. Song and bring his anyway.

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God i wouldn't be so certain on that there's some people who think you are a loss cause i eddie way. This is a test to determine it though. Wouldn't you like you know. It's like the thing with the kobe thing we've got you know about this thing about people don't want to go in for tests don't you. Well they don't want to because they think they have it and they don't wanna get task because they don't want to stay home and then some people think that that's one of the reasons that it's spreading is that there are all sorts of people who have covid who don't want to be put under the restrictions that you're put under if you end up with covid. I'm hearing this all over the place. Don't go in for a test. They'll go in for a test oakwood for test unless they make come in for a test right well. It's a big deal. So i don't know if that means that the positive even hire those people went in or maybe a lot of people who think that they have called haven't diagnosed as calvin don't it back habit. Maybe they just have a cold. Maybe they to have flu everybody. I everybody split sniffles right now. They think they have coalpit. They say the two foolproof are fever and loss of taste and smell right. That's what those those are the two really. Yeah i know but those are the foolproof. Said if you if you've lot 'cause i get calls all the time. But i rarely do i lose sense of taste or smell. That's a weird. What wright fifty. Well that's not those aren't they. Say the phillips. The foolproof are the ones that only kind of seem to show up with covid like these other things. I mean all these other copen symptoms i have. That's that's what my life is. I mean i would be if if the covert road apparently was born with then every single day of my life. But i lost my taste and all that that's the one that the and plus the fever thing must be because that's what everybody's sh shoot yet with that. Do we know that that's good for you. I mean how how things work. Yeah but how does that work. What's it what's scanning. Yeah but how does it you like. You know how this works. what what. What's what's what's reading this. I mean it's not actually contacting you. So what's he doing. What's reading it though. The service get but what is it what. What's the process. How does it work. This is how i was. When i was a kid. I always ask these. why and how. How does this work. Why does this happen. That's i should have known by. The age of three hours at a lot of kids are like that when there too and ask it all these questions about how things work. I've never gotten a real explanation of how radio works in radio. And i still don't exactly understand how i could be sitting in this room talking to a microphone and you could be driving your car. I actually get the internet more than i get radio so what you do. Is we said this after the transmitted translates into high frequency sound rage than those high frequency to the spectrum. If you have a receiver. Good at that is able to receive. What are you talking about. It blows me away that we've radio's one hundred years old fact cadillac this year. Still kind of audit radio works. Well it's say. But i think that's all i do is think of these things i i see. I'm at a loss caused. But i admit that i'm nuts. There's a difference. Las positive nuts because we still do the test of the lots clause. So here's my chest of a lost cause if you're panicked over the snow that were supposed to have tomorrow. You are a lost cause. We're talking one to two inches. Maybe a little bit more if you're panicked over that because it's the first one there's nothing any of the rest of us can do for you. You are a lost cause so if the answer is yeah. Oh we're at about the start of about your lots gauze if you're not in that category there is still hope for you. I think that's a pretty good test right. Wouldn't you say that anybody who worry panicked about the soda bottles a loss caused. Yeah well okay so this was a good test more effective than these copay tests. Did we ever find out if muskat or not. He was tweeting a week and a half ago he wedding one morning eddie. Tested positive said that he went over to another place. He tested negative. Went back to another place test positive when he got forecasts of the same day. Were positive tour de then he tweets out of this because of course he being the ultimate. He's one of the few people that's got a scientific by skeptical about the exemplar. He's saying he thinks. These tests are all a crack that they're so inaccurate because they're so in says so sensitive that the throw it out all of these false positives that are out there. So i never even found out if he actually had it or not. I think he probably didn't have it or we would have. I would know about that but the media is not any good at following up on this plus. They didn't even want to cover that story. Which is the first place. I kinda go here this is important. I know that it seems like the show was it. Maybe you should explain. Also that no cold harder. What do we call this fall fortune cash contest that's dot so that ended on friday so don't be whining and wondering when the word is going to come out we don't have that contest out so for those of you who are listening to be not for this brilliant content that i give it only because you ought to hear the words you could go Go listen to what the hell else to see. But i i would. What listen to say you're stuck. I mean even if you're on this city for the web county what would you go. Would you turn on this tour. Pulses christmas music seems to be out of the. I mean our station plays the christmas music started like election. Day it is. I don't criticize them for deleted. I'm just blown away. That people want to hear it. That i going to see all these call themselves that forever they don't even call them scholastic bracket he play like eighty stuff right. See that's ninety five so a little earlier. I mean occasionally listed back in the eighties. When i was just being born. That's i i mean. I like christmas music. I don't wanna hear it right now. So i you know but clearly you know the people that run our company program. These stations as say. They're not it's let's not go far. They're not complete idiots idiotic about some things. But i mean they know what they're doing with regard to this the beans. There are people who want to hear christmas music on november. The can't and apparently a lot of them. It's not like we're taking a turt- ball of a station with no listeners. That stationed as quite well said. They're abandoning their normal. For bat. the institute. They go to the christmas music. Play at really ever since early november. At the point. That i've made i get obsessed with the christmas music they'd but i can't help myself but the point that keep making your body is and it's the thing that bothers me. I mean maybe it shouldn't bother me but it does. They stopped playing it on christmas day. In other words they play it for eight weeks before christmas but they can't give it day after christmas like that either. Who cares if you don't like it. Well if you don't care what i like or don't like i don't know why you're listening to buy show. That's all i do is yap on this show about what i like it what. I don't like what. I agree with what i don't agree with. But i mean they're responding obviously to the majority of consumers and their preferences end there are people who are hear. Christmas music dove cans. But nobody here december twenty six. I just you agree with me. It don't you think that's weird. Do you want hear christie's ago. No do you want to hear it. December thirtieth just so i got to. There's me and you who think this way buzzes. That's an yeah. You have to go to an app because radio station. That has it. You gotta go an apt to like listen to christmas music after after christmas. So what's happened to us that we think this way and i i. I just don't really understand why people want to hear it. We're not approaching the christmas season where we're not even thanksgiving. But they do. Why do they want it. Society was the jeopardy everything. But if we like chris how can we bought a violent by december. Twenty six if we hear another christmas sog because it's been silvester third so we want to get everything get everything. Get anything in there by the time that you're supposed to have it. You're sick of it right yet. Paul says christmas decorations are up at his. Well that's wrong to the only thing egg. I will say about that because you were a kid. Well now i guess your does your. Does your family put up christmas decorations outside you do your the weather puts me. Are they up the way they see. That's fine but but you don't. You don't have any lights out at the warren is up. You flip the switch. Friday now e. I even think that's too early but at least it's after thanksgiving that he had see. You know we had that stuff up. What i was a kid and my my mother did all of it and then i think i my memory serves. I had to do things like curious. Something over here or something. And so i i mean i get all of that. I add the one thing i will say about. People putting it up early is at. It's the only thing that makes any sense to me. I could certainly see why somebody would want to get that stuff done but it was sixty degrees last week. Then december the tenth when it's twenty two below zero and you're trying to your walk into co but for the but i wouldn't if they were electric i wouldn't turn them on. It's not christmas. I was gonna make a point here so let me get back to it. Whenever i want to make a point. I think about things that i could use to kind of uses an analogy. You know who. I learned this from do use it example to make a point who was the best person ever using an example to make a point. Paul said paul harvey. I don't think. Paul harvey ever use an example to make a point. What is paul harry. Pull every read the news that he did there. S the story. I never once heard. Paul harvey city zappala. If something to make a point. I ask well that okay i see this is. This is the the upside of not giving it answer because if you give an answer that stupid i'll make fun of the stupid answer. Well when i say it. You'll know that right. So why did i just say it. I think jesus he taught all of us. All of his lessons he taught in parables. he tell the story about the. You know the the the those both sound like joe biden. Hey a baby. I could become president just butter here. Dot get a word out my place at all of this stuff i mean. Apparently this is what people want. What's the point of coherent. You could be utterly ink to hear it and not know a damn thing about what's going on around you not know what the hell you're talking about. Your country will choose you to read it. why not. What's the downside of being joe biden not. Hey he got to be president. The united states without having to campaign. There's trump out there giving all these speeches himself into the garage. Getting biden sitting there with the mascot in his basement. Didn't even after work at it so again. What's the point of doing all the things that you supported supposed to have to do with the past about like the prodigal son story. You remember the prodigal son story. That was the son who laughed and then he came back and the son who stayed is all hacked off the who get a rat off the old man still going to give them all of this stuff. Well jesus would use it like that to make a larger point and the almost all the gospels just one parable after another after another after another so that leads me so that got me to thinking. That's an effective way to communicate. So i use examples to sort of make by point. Now i've got to be obscure about this because it deals somebody that i know it some years ago but it does the somebody that i know. The person was in distress over something and get. It could be anything. What it is is not important to what i'm gonna make in sleep where i jumped off to that. I make my point. I could tell he just wanted it to end now. All of us can relate to something. That's bad that's going on with you that you just want to end. The problem. is the actions that the person talk to end. The situation in the long run made the rest of the person's life worse. This is an example. Of what i point out all the time about making emotional decisions rather than logical decisions. Emotional decisions. Almost always are giving you what you want in the short term what they end up generally doing though when you do something for the short term. Is you up your long term. There are many people who just i remember. Clinton was president. I just think he tried to get through the day. Try to get through. Tuesday lies way through this. Create all these problems. Okay now you got all these problems on wednesday just trying to get through that the problem with all of that is if you do things just get through the day to day that make a train wreck at the rest of the week. You still have that rest of the week to deal with you. Just don't have to deal with it on the day that you're getting rid of it. Another classic example of an emotional decision by the way i that show that i've been watching it on. Hbo the undoing. It's only six parts. We had five last night as i said it. I said it's very very good. I can tell you though. I'm not going to because it's not it's one of these other. Explain this. It's not one of those that you can put the term you watch. Everything was binge-watching you can binge wash it. But not yet because they're piecing about one week at a time and for people who have been the sixth the last episode. I don't think it's out there yet. you right you can do. You can go back from where we are now. But the it's not like netflix. They dropped the whole thing out there on. Hbo they're still doing it. One at a time and wants something out you can go backwards had been washed. But you can't go forward yet anyway. Everything i figured this out of the second week and everything that i thought was going to happen so far has happened which doesn't change the fact that it's that it's unbelievably good anyway. What the. I'm not giving anything away here but one of the focal points. Here is a guy that cheats at his wife. That's the classic example of an emotional decision that gives you something that you really want to do. In the short term all was always in the long run. You live to regret. You really want to do it now. Because you're enamored raptured. You're getting attention. You feel good. You're roused whatever the motivation he is. That's a short term ocean. Thank you react you that creates problems out there at the long run. This almost always holds up when you make short-term to see i'll give you other. I'll use a football analogy. Because i love football at allergies this was all i bet. You're probably old enough to remember this if you haven't you been here at about it. Your life worst-rated packer history. What would you say you anything. Come to mind dan if i gave up multiple draft choices for washed up. John hagel a quarterback divine within the tail end of his career with the packers. He was trying to salvage his job. They quarterback issues the entire time. They were there. They never really replaced bart star even though they went to the playoffs in his second year they had jerry taghi and scott. Hunter play in the position. He brought jim as though he had one guy after another. And they're all terrible. It has driving to buying crazy. And the chargers had john haney who at one point was up pro bowl quarterback but was over the hill and the packers just overpaid and they traded away their future in order to get john hale and a hamstrung you know the next coach which happened after the handle and after they got rid of divide and so on and bart starr came in. He was hamstrung early on by not having the draft choices but again that was a short term focus. Divide in the short term needed a quarterback but of the long term. He really crippled the packer franchise by overpaying for a guy who had nothing left so many of the decisions that we are making now are to deal with things in the short term that we don't get says the long term ramifications of. So what are you talking. I'm talking about covid. alright. I'll grant you without regard to how serious you believe the virus is. It's right in front of a smack in its in the face right now. Hospitals are crowded more people than ever seem to be getting it etc thinking back to the example of my friend and the situation that he was in. And i don't think ended anything even remotely give it away. He just wanted to add. You want to not get covertly. You don't want it not to be a problem tomorrow. So we make these decisions that foul up so many other things in the long term and tried to argue this people. Just don't want to hear it because they want to deal with the short term thing. Now we've lost eddie. Tolerance for accepting any downside. We wanna fix the thing. That's in front of us and the future almost dabbed. The reason our society has survived is because until recently. We didn't do that. The let me give you complete opposite example of short term thinking of making incredible sacrifice of the short term for long-term gate. And when you think about it. Avid guess the person who in a workout program. They're thinking logically rather than emotionally if you're gonna go through an intense workout in the short term utilize do that. You're going to get tired whipped too lazy but you have because it helps you out of the long term. You'll see some big piece of fattening food in front of you. There really take well. You want to eat it five minutes later. The taste is gone out of your mouth that you're dealing with the long term consequences ramification of it but you got that five minutes. Well how is the five minutes worth a three pounds. You buy the gain or whatever. It is eddie way an exact opposite example. Throwing tough questions politics the i. I suspect you'll get one of these corrected than be impressed by it. But you might have to wade through a lot of answers first of all the examples you can think of the united states of us doing something. They caused incredible pain in the short term to get gain the long term. Does anything come to buy no. You'll learn forgiving that dumb answer before that. You aren't going to give an answer. I i would say the way. We fought world war two. I just don't think that there is any way that the attitudes that we have today where we put human life as the be all and the end-all above the overall quality of everyone's life that there is any way we would have invaded europe. The way that we did in the middle of nineteen forty four. Not just d day but just this approach of the germans had shoved all the way to the english channel they had overrun all of europe. And we just have basic basic basic basic basic basic. Now said we're gonna shop back and that means we're we're going to go right into the teeth of their lives. We're gonna unabated meant that the first waves would be cannon fodder the end result of this. Is that nazism and freedom was returned to the western portion of the european continent and the united states firmly established itself as the world superpower. We were not to be threatened by the japanese or the germans instead way for a while where the king of the world and masters of our own destiny. Because we're willing to make that decision that this is a war that had to be what and the most effective way to win. The war was not to come up with a peace deal that cap germany in charge of all of europe and pretty much had japan in charge of all of asia at had them as equal or maybe even superior powers to us know they had to be beaten so we were willing to make that sacrifice and that many people sacrificing their own lives and family sacrifice the lives of thousands and thousands and thousands hundreds of thousands total dead in world war many of them dying in that fight away where we came back and reclaim the continent to win the war. It was an example of being willing to make sacrifices including sacrifice your own life or sacrifice the life of a relative and exists accepted because there was a greater good and in the long run. We would all be better off for it. We've totally lost. That and there are a lot of theories about why that is that we don't have any perspective anymore that we have become selfish as a people that we've given up our faith in god that we don't believe that there is any long-term reward for what we do on earth that we just have to deal with whatever is in front of us now. I'll give you another example of an unbelievably stupid short-term emotional decision okay. I think i'll take opioids. Give me the fat now. pass it over here. Well the short term. It's a smart decision. You feel great in the long term. You're ruining your life. By the way you find the last story about the opioid statistics. In the state of wisconsin. That story has just vanished in the local media. I'm not said nobody's covering it. But it has been overwhelmed by the covid soy when you think about it. Given the fact that the vast majority of the people dying of opioids are young. Any in the early prime of their lives and the vast majority of people died from aids. Are excuse me from a kolden are even older than i am. Imagined that will the mate and at the tail end of their lives. This is not to say that. A person of eighty-five dying is not a tragic thing. But they had they had their life whereas somebody who dies of a heroin overdose at eighteen cheated themselves out the entire life that they could have had that story is utterly disappeared. And i think that the reason that it is disappearing because i've always felt that there was a political ramifications political motivation behind hyping the entire covert threat yet in terms of the implication for people's lives. I would say that. The opioid problem remains deadlier given who it is that it targets ad. I haven't seen with the latest dashboard. Numbers in wisconsin iron opioid desk. For the your best bet opioids are still running ahead of covert. I don't know that. Even not i grant you the way they count call but if somebody's hit by a car but headquartered at the time they counted as a covert death but even with that i bet there i bet they're neck and neck but that's stories just been knocked out of the park that we don't find it anywhere so anyway that short term focus. Here's one of the things that prompted this to move its way into my mushy skull. Here read this story about eighty five percent of the school referendums in wisconsin this year past eighty five percent. The vast majority of the school referendums are either four building or to support building facilities. What way or another so. The very people the keep raising taxes to support school facilities have now apparently made the decision to be perfectly five without using those school facilities if online learning. Virtual learning is an acceptable alternative to these buildings. Why did we spend a fortune putting the buildings up in the first place. Now i know what the response to that is to the question. Because i'm asking a logical question. The response to covid is an emotional response to what my kid to get it or teacher. Idyllwild to get it. That's today's short term problem short-term consideration without considering the long-term ramification of what you're doing the education quality for these children. Add the precedent. You seem to be setting that the possibility of somebody getting sick at school is a higher priority that whatever the benefit is of somebody being educated at school. because here's something that's an undeniably true stephen. Nobody not even by biggest lefty critic criticize this if you open schools i don't mean call anytime. If you open. Schools people are going to get sick so then did i say you got a few hundred people. Kids think about kids is they're always carrying around ninety. Seven thousand germs. The and the other thing about him is is that they have great body systems. That are able to fight most of this stuff off. But they're walking germ bombs. That's what kids are received. Four kids are if you see four kids together. One of them always seems to be sick right. You only had two kids. If you would have had four you would have been even more sickly than you. Normally are bright. Set way. you stop the too because you didn't want to get any sicker that you were tours. To as the baby boomer generation x. number that was the magic number we know what the millennial magic numbers zero so. I suppose i could tie to that remarkable decline in the birth rate. If you weren't listening to the show on wednesday toward the end of the program. I did this story. Indicating the crat. The birth rates been declining for years. Now but it is crashed in two thousand and twenty and people think that it is a reason for it that what with hope it out there that a lot of people simply don't wanna bring a child into the world. What with the virus thing. I don't know if they don't want to be in the hospital. I who knows but the birth rate has crashed even further so we spent all of this body building all of these schools that are going to be essentially half empty in the years to come with the decline in the birth rate not to mention the fact that by our actions here in two thousand twenty were stating that a kid attending school is not the highest priority in the kid's life making sure that the kid doesn't get cove covert as a higher priority than attending school. Well if attending the school. Is that far down on the totem pole and priorities wide. We spend all this money and building the schools. Why not just let them go into the dumpy school buildings given the fact that we're apparently hardly ever to use them. It'd be like if i were paul. Bought one hundred and fifty thousand other carbon didn't drive. That's a very good example. Is it as right off the top of my stupid head. I could expand it but it kind of makes the point. Like if i hardly ever drove i would need a very nice car right. 'cause i've never had it some people just why they want to be seen it. I suppose that if you've got stupid money where it doesn't matter or if you're buying something like you know real estate the you know it's not the same as why would you buy vacation if you'd ever go up there. Well maybe it's going to appreciate it simply a good investment. What is going. Abbas property up doors. Have you heard anything. I heard early this summer that the prices were really going up during covert but wondering now if that's reverse given that that's where the corporate all is i don't know you heard anything pauses it. Has it affected that. All up there. well there are all these people they wanted to get away from the cities and all this stuff in the summer and the price is just way out but now anybody who makes a long-term financial decision on the basis of kobe. Who knows anyway. The fraud astra zeneca. Today became the third pharmaceutical company to say that they are essentially at the point of ready to move forward with the vaccine. They say that there's this lady percent effective so moderna says ninety four point five and five ninety five or it might be the other way around and astra zeneca says ninety all right. Here's my obvious question. What's the obvious question. This is a simple one. You'll get it. What is it no. Why would you take the astra zeneca if astrazeneca's at nine hundred ninety four and a half of ninety five. I'd probably still taking ninety five unless the line unless the line is way shorter at the ninety four and a half years. They've got three lights. And the ninety s nobody in it and the ninety four and a half has five hours long in the ninety five is two weeks. I might take dying but short of that. What's the point of taking the ninety vaccine if the other two are if the other two are that much better. I'm getting all these coaches how they determine it's simply a function of the people who've been given the vaccine did they get covid. Y- so ninety percent effective means ten percent of those that are the test category. God colbert for people who think that these are silver bullets. That's not a silver bullet. There are many people who haven't gotten any of these. Vaccines didn't get cold but either so that would say the. You could argue that by that. They're doing nothing. Their case was one hundred percent effective. What you do is you take you have to have control goes Studies at this but the control group says the people have to kind of be act and behave the same. If you take you know the best way of testing this is the way. They test bug. Spray test bug spray like off spray it on your stick your arm of the thing that mosquitoes bite ya sort of tests. This is you know they should have taken three hundred people given these vaccines and then told him to go out there. Take their masks lav. Ed have sex with strangers. Ed travel a. Don't wash their hands. Just gravelled around by pigs and see if they still get it anyway see whether or not it provided protection to fight off the vet fight off the virus despite the fact that they were engaging risk behavior because of the people that took these vaccines then sheltered place and didn't contact anyone. It's not probably not a good test. But the other thing is ninety to ninety five percent effective does that mean night in the ninety five percent effective over three years or ninety to ninety five percent effective over six months but still. It's better than nothing. Unless you're concerned about the side effects that the vaccine would present. I suspect and there were these statements over the weekend that in order for us to actually get hurt. Immunity with vaccine seventy percent of america would have to get it. That's a high number. That's a high number. That's two hundred and ten million people are so a little bit above that. I don't know how you could ever get that accomplished. I mean you'd have to have massive lines at massive facilities just aside aside from whether or not you could. I guess you could manufacturer enough doses. I mean how many aspirin pills the we make it a day. Probably zillions right. You could probably manufacturer and so on but then to do the administration of it of the rigoberta or that you seat. I mean i get the flu shot every year at its. I'm in there for fifteen minutes at laced. I mean you've got to fill out a little bit of paperwork and then you come around then. I usually get it at a drugstore. The farthest comes around the corner gets mixes up the dose wipes the thing down pulls up your sleeve wipes the s u. The questions that the supposed to ask you give her the thing and then you gotta pay for it through the process. It takes a while to get to that number of seventy percent. I just think the logistical problem is going to be the biggest and if the weights are extremely long it will be a deterrent for people like say me to what to put up with the hassle of going out and doing it so many people have focused on the people who just don't want to get the vaccine people like paul. I think the logistical capote getting this done to be able to get this. Many people to get to show up to do something. Be able to distribute it now. They do this work. They're going to send people into workplaces. They don't require have massive training in order to be somebody who administers the dose. Maybe we could do it but if it just gonna be like the testing thing. Look at a long. The lines are at the testing sites right now way. Fewer people getting tested get a few tests than other given day. That would be involved in the vaccine now. I wrote this down here. I'm going to kill the story about the tv. We have this tv set here at my studio and apparently all i got outta paul. Is that it busted. That was the scientific technical attorney gave me that had busted but you know what part busted it just does. It doesn't turn on or there's no picture or there's no flat screen. Deputy is their volume or nothing comes out of it. What you say dead so the power. There's a power problem euclid. Well i but know what's broke. I did the electric no. I didn't read the jury body. Bill never read these bills. Well i didn't know. I didn't read it rather ask the question. Here are the air so anyway so they brought in some tiny little cheap. Tv because our tv broke which the point of bringing this up is one of the things. That's really remarkable. And i think something that we never are always surprised by early on technology. I am blown away and it applies. I guess now that we're approaching. I was gonna say approaching. Some of you are in the christmas season. I can't claim them in the christmas season. Even this thanksgiving. I still have to say approaching the christmas season. I have blown away at how cheap a really decent tv is now. You know to get the really really good ones. You still have to drop a dive but for a fine television. And i don't mean a small there are almost free. I mean if you wanted a decent forty inch. i don't mean just a decent forty forty inch flat screen tv. what would you buy. You can get one for one ninety nine right. Yeah i mean. I don't mean a great not necessarily but what if you turn it on. It's fine so what's gonna hold us up getting. This isn't going to be a budget thing. Because i'm thinking i could just by what right jerry dots looking for a volunteer to buy the tv and bring it in here. He's got you working on that just volunteer. Because we can't get the company to buy it you gotta but you didn't pay for it. You gotta sponsor pay for it and they slap their name on it but that there is a sponsor of tv but what does the spots or get out of that. I don't read. He just wants me to see their name up there. Well that it's busted. Should we take his name down so apparently he paid for he paid for eleven apparently. Hey what's that was eight years ago. Wow if you leave a tv ad for eight years at eventually fries itself anyway. The point that i was going to make his as we look at all of these technological advances the product itself that seems to be often initially cost prohibitive once we're able to mass produce it plummets in price and you can say that with regard to vaccines or everything else. I believe one of the reasons why there has been an overwhelming biased in not only the medical community but the media and certainly the public health community at pushing alternatives to covid treatment lake treatment. Veges like a drastic clark would are preventive measures like and so many of the doctors are saying the same thing. Say i mean. It's hard to fight anything that isn't officially from the cdc but their associated doctors. That are just coming up at the same cocktail vitamin c. Vitamin d zinc. And what's the other one That some people suggest is a curse it in or selenium or one of them but but it cd zinc those are the big ones that around there and to use it as a preventive to build up your immune system that for many people it tends to work but there has been such trashing of this from the media and so few doctors later recommended is it example if you test positive for covid but you have very few symptoms but some what do you think they telling you to do right now. You know that giving you a treatment program or anything at home whether you can treat the symptoms. But they're not giving you any kind of protocol at all now. We know that some of the medications. I've spectacularly successful the one that president trump got the one that's made beverage is relatively new and therefore is pricey and it's not yet in mass distribution but it clearly was some of the state of the art thinking that some of the doctors at walter reed came up with they felt that for trump. That was the best day to give a and he popped up justified. But it's a relatively new medication. Some of the other stuff that has been demonstrated on many patients that work. There's all this argument of while the study. Ceo's work does it work. People have argued about this forever with regard to hydroxy. Clark if you take it early it seems to be of help if you wait until the person is in the hospital and is really sick. It doesn't appear to do a doggone thing for you but there's been such a bias for people to only push the second part of it. What's the downside if people want hydroxychloroquine and has very few side effects. What's the downside. And why do they go so crazy over. I know what the answer is. Do you know what the answer is. Well that's part. I'm not denying that. Paul did not say a wrong thing. You said because trump touted. Let's imagine trump never touted. I still think it would not have been widely embraced by the public health and medical community and the answer forty s. I go back to walter. Feral it's about the body works. Always buddy there's no money to be made in roxie clerk when it's a it's a drug that's a generic it's widely available and it's extremely cheap. You ever go to the doctor's office. Ed in the last couple of years i've been was zillion doctors offices as i've explained not only the stroke got a few of the things you go with. You gotta go to all these different. The doctors out of saw the time you never at the doctor's office are you been longtime. There's three groups of people at the doctor's offices well anymore. There's not that many because nobody wants to go there because they think they're gonna get sick from copay going into those. That's erotic thing. Nobody wants to go to the doctor. Because they're afraid they'll get sick. It's kinda true. I mean there are people. Just don't want to go to a hospital right now. They think that that. That's where the yeah. You're right. I mean if you don't get germs. Don't go to where they are and germs. I got to be by the sick people i guess. But what. if you're yourself sick then. I gotta go. This is where i would help to be rich. You could just have your own hostile at the doctor. Come to you. we go to that. What at state fairs how the anybody in it right eleven. Well maybe that's the one to go to many juerg abs. Yeah here you go to that thing when they bring in the meal. It's like a hot dog on a stick and take cream puff sack. That's not funny at all. I mean i tried. I saw my comments funny. That wasn't funny at all. That's like the bear creek that for him would be about that but custer if he could create that one but for the standards of show see. That's the thing. When i come up with joke that's not funny i will be the first heckle myself. So you didn't that great stuff host. Who heckles his own stuff. So you don't even need a heckler. I'll do my own heckling and my own mocking ridiculing no her rots clark which is extremely cheap. So there's no money to be made it at the. But i was making about the doctors opposite. There's three kinds of people in the doctor's offices does the people who work for the clinic. All those staffers. Then there's i smack who are patients sitting there the new drug salesman and you could always tell them they always have a laptop. They're always well-dressed if they're women they're generally pretty good-looking. You've ever met a female pharmaceutical salesman. I don't get it. they are They have assertive type personalities. If you know what i did they just i think a lot of people that sales have that type of personality but these drugs sales. They're just don't get between them and a doctor you'll get get steamrollered and knocked over. Its powerful. it'll stories of a doubt about this about the wining and dining and this added the other thing. And what i do drug comes out especially if there's two or three companies for example i'm on a Blood thinning medication. I after having my stroke. My the one that i'm on his eloquence third. It's an alternative war. But then there's two or three others that are competitor developers and the drug sales that are all trying to convince the doctors to prescribe their drugs and until the drug goes onto a generic to a massive profit margin for the pharmaceutical company said this there's no sales without they're pushing it roxie clark lynn. Because it's virtually free. There's no money to be made. It's now in a generic form. An individual dose of it costs almost nothing and because there's nobody out there to make money off of it. There's nobody that's how you get. There's nobody that's doing studies that want to find. You know to conclude that this is. This is a good medication when somebody when some drug company is out there with a brand new drug that there is a cellphone one hundred and forty seven dollars a dose thurgood and make sure that there's a zillion studies out there explaining how wonderful it is. It's nobody's interested. You study to prove that hydroxy clerk of works because somebody makes five cents. Every time somebody uses roxie clark would so therefore it ends up not getting touted the point that i made earlier about if you get cold but you're not putting the hospital. Just tell you go home. There are people that are out there. Kinda come up with treatment side. They're trying to find things and this is just getting slapped out. If people if you shouldn't be doing this you shouldn't be doing that. You shouldn't be doing the other thing. This leads me to the next point. That i wanna make about the shutting down of dialogue and debate on questions like this where google slap twitter. A slapping up these disclaimers things google taking. Just try to find a search anything pertaining to call but that is not the official government aligned on the information is no longer there. And i'm talking from some fairly esteemed medical institutions and doctors of public health. That have a lot of credentials. They just dissenting from some of the official guidance and trying to even if you do a search by their name you find almost nothing anymore because the social media companies have decided that they're going to restrict the content that you can get because they're deciding what is good for you to be able to see or not a second parts right. You notice that the sun has been out almost every day for weeks now have been very few clouds and made kenneth unusual. I mean that's correct. Usually this time of the year this is when it just grey all the time. And i'm sure they'll get there in the winter when you got the snow covered create and then you know moisture of the year but boy. It's sons out ever day after day after day. Here's the weather for the next few days that we do. Have this little bit of mess for tomorrow. I don't want to overreact. The only thing. I will say that it's expected to happen right in the morning when people their body we for tonight increasing clouds temperatures. Right around thirty two. And that's the key because for some of us there's going to be snow in others. It's mostly going to be raid one to two inches of snow tomorrow morning but mostly inland less than one inch near the lake. And that's because the warm lake temperatures is expected to be a few degrees warmer near the lake. So they're likely to get rain. Whereas inland you might get accumulations of one to two inches. Should be changing over to all rain everywhere by afternoon. Windy conditions messy day with a high of forty rain still likely on wednesday with a high of forty one better for tuesday. Mostly cloudy and mild high face rather for thursday. That's giving day mostly cloudy and mild with a high of fifty two day after that. Turn black friday. that's just go away. Autists is that's a good thing. We don't like black friday right utilize black friday. No but it's not used much all. The sales started three weeks ago. So wadded plus you know some cities. They're gonna limit how many people could be in the store and we don't you wish they did that all the time after. I was already maybe standard a lot. I didn't like that. I like the idea of though once. I get in not letting anybody else to come in there Friday black friday partly sunny high. Forty six saturday mostly sunny with a high of forty five sunday partly sunny and chilly. High of thirty nine packers. Play the bears this weekend. That would be A big game what. Yeah it says sunny. So it'd be kinda chilly for that but nobody's going to be there so who cares. What of the things fitter society of people just does is we talk about and challenge things. We are constantly in science. We used to call it. The scientific method where somebody has a hypothesis. You try to challenge it even try to disprove it with regard to anything else. You're always trying to use a term that sicklers shaved build a better mousetrap. Somebody's got a mouse trap. Somebody else is trying to figure out how to do a better what. You're always tried to do something better than what stat now. Trying to figure out something better than the you know that you currently do things. I use the football analogies. They're always innovated in fact. I'll give you an analogy. That just is the buzz of the internet. I'm not on the internet that much but this is the buzz of coffee. Go to the pages out of you. Literally hear the buzz about the cincinnati game actually h clarify that that games the buds to the nfl. Joe burrow the great quarterback for the rookie quarterback for the bengals acl and mc l. and structural damage fears now that his career might be over tire. Knee apparently was shattered. The acl the mc l. and the structure of the knee itself bad knee injuries. You could have anyway. This is the university of cincinnati college. Football team this is an example of what happens when you got people with new and innovative ideas that think they figured out a better way to do things. Cincinnati had the baugh right around the other teams goal. And they're up by three points. There's a little over two minutes left in the game and the other team out of timeouts. Cincinnati can't run out the clock all the way down but they decide and you could see the coaching staff of the sidelines. These guys that are out with their charts the analytics people strike again. Even though of cincinnati goes into the end zone and scores a touchdown they be up by two scores and the other team had no time to to win. Tow time to go. The other team would have a chance of scoring touchdown kicking it. Onside kick recovering the ball and scoring again. Cincinnati didn't what that to let them do this. So the cincinnati rudder is headed to the goal line and then when he gets the one yard line he stops and goes to the ground cincinnati reds to bar plays and they don't get into the end zone and they didn't appear to be tried they literally with rather take almost all the time off the clock and give the ball to the other team with only a few seconds left then score with a bit left knowing the other team would need to scores and the reason is is because the analytics people went through and they probably ran these simulations with one minute left team is likely to score twice. That had led team is likely to score once with five seconds left. So you have this frustrating situation for fans of the reason that this is the buzz of the internet. You could probably all figured out why this is a buzz in the internet. Can you figure out why this is a buzz in the internet. No this is why because cincinnati was favored by five points earlier. If they go into the end zone here rather than keep falling down to the one yard line they were cover. The point spread but they did so. This is actually a funny little story about this hotel before you move on. So it gets the before doubt. And there's like ten seconds left in the clock. So they're going to snap the ball of the quarterbacks gotta take the ball chatter run around and run out the clock before the other team gets the ball on the other than just go into the end zone. What's the one thing that could go wrong. The one thing that would screw up the analytic skies in their thinking. God this it's only one thing you figured out what it is. What's the one thing that can go wrong for. Cincinnati gave you a little bit of tip. Cincinnati runs all of their plays out of a shotgun. The quarterback never goes under center even when they're running out the clock a bad step so the four thousand play. There's a bad snap at shoots off autho quarterback's hand. Fortunately they fell out of the ball. But if that's snap was another inch wide. There was a player for the other team. I forget it's insidious player could have picked up at around ninety seven yards per touch out of the last play of the game. They call that. There's one guy that that happened to back in the days in the nfl before you took a knee were you just run. Plays even when the clock was over because theme song was humiliated. You take any. There was one guy who fumbled the snap and they ran it back for. That was joe pacific of the giants. They've been showing that thing. He the giants played the eagles. That was back in the seventies. they keep regular way. You always hear about joe pacific. It's because he fumbled snap and they were running out the clock rather than just take the Take the knee eddie. Way too long. Say these guys have figured out that this is a better way of. I always up with things that make the game less exciting but they believe that these things work and they believe that you're better off taking time off the clock and putting points on the board. The point that i make is that we are always trying to take the way that we do things now and figure out a better way but now in the age of social media slapping down. That's not the official guidance. Nobody's allowed to come up with these alternatives and say. Hey there's a better way know who are the people that are often graded treating symptoms of sickness that their kids have mothers. that's the ultimate experimental lavish where people come up without. Let's do this. let's do that. Let's do the other thing and usually does it. Evolve going out and buying one hundred and seventy four dollar drug so they share this information. I've done this. I've done that. I've done the other thing. Almost all of that stuff is almost on a black market right now. Because you can't find it at google you if you put it up. On facebook. facebook puts a disclaimer. it becomes impossible to find. Nobody wants to be able to challenge anything. If the cd says something on covid nobody else is allowed to come in and challenge question any. But that's how we learn that everything if we simply allowed whatever the status quo of information you give it time to freeze time. We never went out of their play. Eighteen seventy five of somebody said. I think it could make up a sheet. And that's gonna fly if google was around then you would put that up the experts. Say you can't fly a shed. This is anti thought. It is the tyranny of experts. Who don't want to be challenged. I'll give you another one. I keep reverting to football. I'm sure there's some science behind it. I'm sure they've run this a bunch of times and i'm not claiming it never works much of all the plays football. There is one that i hate more than at eight. You have a football player that you hate. It's a defensive play. That's a tip off the you're on the right track pulse of the prevent defense. I need an even more specific opponent of the prevent defense. The three man rush the three. The three man rush. I get wrapping guys back. Because you don't want to let somebody get behind you. The three man rush. I happen to thank the best way to stop a team when they have to. Pass is put pressure on the quarterback. Hurry if the quarterbacks able to sit back there for eighteen seconds you could have forty guys in coverage they're gonna find somebody that's open but these teams keep running. The three man writes the three men. Rest rush the three banned russia. They must have some stats that show that that's the most effective way of doing it. When you're in a late game situation the point that i make is that it's argued and the people have questions about it and they challenge. This is where people come up with new and better ride is. If the cdc was charge of football defense nobody would be allowed to question the three man rush because this is what the experts have decided. And that's the only where we're gonna go and setting point of view if they're an expert but they don't work for the government their point is invalid. So if you're an expert in your work at yale we can't listen to you. But if you're an expert in your work for the cdc well then whatever you say becomes people. It's a load of crap. Also understand the motivation behind this. Almost all of these so-called have side gigs. They are almost off. That didn't say. Oh i said almost all consultants for drug companies in so. Why don't they have a vested interest in pursuing solutions to problems that involve the expenditure of money. Let me bring it to the local level. Suppose situation with a bridge and there's some people that are questioning whether or not the bridges of strong enough integrity. Just the bridge river at a county road. This two ways you could go. They have the engineers come in and they present two options. You can do a little bit of restructure restructuring work and salvage the bridge the bridge of building a bridge. Who's gonna advocate knocking down the bridge. The people that sell bridges the construction companies. That put up the bridges. And who are. They gonna lappy a lobby. The public officials who have to make the decision. That's their job. They're trying to sell a product but that doesn't mean that it's the right decision to make sometimes patching things up forever. It's the argument about a us versus. I do have this argument all the time. All the financial experts. Say it's really stupid of i new cars. I disagree with that. I think it's smart to buy a new car. It's a great argument to have back. It's one of the few things that the internet you can't just go to the internet and the argument. It's a great barroom argument if you know what i mean. New car versus used car. The people who say by the used car segment buy a new car. And you're paying for all. The depreciation car drives off the lot. It's worth fifteen percent less than the over the had you by the used car. You're not in paying the inflated price for that but my point will be a by you buy a car with forty thousand miles out your bike set of problems. All this stuff is gonna break down if you don't have a warranty on the car. Whatever i might lose my overpaying new car. I saved by having the warranty for the new car wears. Your car is going to break out. The point that i make is whatever side. You're you can argue it and you could say the same thing with regard to the replacing of the bridge of building the new branch off it. The government will build a new bridge because government is being lobbied by the construction companies. That make more money building the bridge simply patching up the old one if you have two competing contractors one does repair work and the other builds no bridges. You have lobbying going out on both sides. It's the which way to go this debate over public health and co. But it's it's no different. The bridge argument. There is a bias toward pushing solutions. That make people money and the biggest money maker of all is what that seeds eddie get. I'm not an anti baxter. I've just commenting that people like bill gates and others the vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine whether it's pfizer hastert etiquette or moderna are probably all of them whether it's paid for by insurance the governments around the world by the vaccines up. They're gonna pay a fortune to these drug companies for all of these doses of the vaccine. The financial component to the treatment of kovic is a major deal. And when anybody tries to say well. I think you ought to do this or i think you ought to do that. Or for example just question the orthodoxy like by challenging of people who wear dirty mask. You're better off having no mask wearing something that for eight days if it sees it end. Hold your doctor. What are you asking those questions. A defensive coordinator in the nfl either. But i have a right to challenge the three man rush. I've watched enough where. I don't think it works this idea that only people that i suppose the experts at a field could offer input. You call a plumber. They may say aidid entire to assist. Wow we gotta rip out this put in some new pipes. Maybe they're right. Maybe the right or maybe they're just trying to sell you four thousand dollar project. You've got the right to question that you might not have the same knowledge base go again but the way that we get to the best solutions that our world is by this constant ability to question and challenge put all the information out there and in the end the best use the creep usually does rise to the top just as and football the team. That has the best defense cuba's likely to win more games of the team. That doesn't you watch the packer game. Yesterday i'm assuming you watch the packer game. Are you depressed about the packer game. Paul cities over the i this. I almost never say this when that game was over i still shook by headed. This was quite gabe. I whether they lost that was joy of watching that game. I mean. I don't think i have ever seen tcb job running. Wrote the clock. Then the indianapolis colts i kept getting called for the thing but they cut getting for holding each of those stops the clock. I mean they had the game. What well. That's the other thing. I i would love to play this year over. The referee was your junior hockey. Well the old bad hockey. He's done so hockey go. It's like the attic is where they just kept coming coming coming as these kickers. So hockey league go out at. Here's his son in refereeing. Got like son of hockey league and if he was infamous. Nfl referee because he was flagged. Gabby be ready at the big. The big built up biceps roller sleeves. Way up and he just. He's of all the referee. I think he was the least popular. Nfl referee of all time. Right a son. So he keeps calling us holding pedal disease like to say that. This guy is flag. Happy but they showed the replace. I mean to not call that would have been referee malpractice. They were so. I'm the point. I was begging when the game went to overtime. The packers won the toss that they made the decision to receive. It's just accepted now. Admit they run the numbers that you're better off in overtime taking the ball. I the nfl some years ago. I don't know was it three or four or five. Whenever it was when they changed the overtime rose leave. It's only three the. Nfl says that the team. That has the ball. I the only a field goal. it's not sudden death. The game isn't over the other team as a chance. They have the ball. So that's been an attempt to minimize the advantage. You get by getting the ball. I the advantage of getting the ball. I is if you score you win the game but if you score field goal it's not enough to win the game. The other team gets the ball still even with that. I can't think of the last time. I saw team when the twice and say that they prefer to kick off. Can you even think of it. The last one. I can think of goes all the way back to the eighties. Where a team said. We were gonna kick the famous coach that decided they didn't they didn't want the ball. Guess who it is about. Pulse bart starr. No you've got to think about what type of team would say. They didn't want the ball. Great defense that's a tip off center. Is the eighties the bears. it was dicta. It i i forget who they were playing but dicta kicked at of course they stuck the other teams three and out they punted. The bears got the ball of the fifty yard line leading indica strategy work but that goes back at the fact that i remember that tells you how rare it is for a team to not take the ball. It may well be that as because they've changed the rules of the field goal. Win the game if you have the first possession and so on that this might turn the some who thank or maybe. There's a really extreme wind is situation at a team would rather play with the wind at their back that they decide that they're gonna kick the ball off the ball to the other team. I and rather than the other way around again whenever someone does that. It's going to be because they challenge conventional wisdom challenging. Conventional wisdom is a strength. That is how we improve our knowledge base and we are being told right. Now we can't shell chatty and interns the social media companies of the mainstream media. They shut you doubt if you can't cap it now that's no. Everybody knows that it's this. There's no there's though that's not clark. Does it work. We just end debate on everything. What would you control. Who the experts are i. Guess that's the your advantage. But this is the ultimate stacked deck. What were you concerned about our our our putter at the overtime a mascot. I don't know what the rule there was a college game where they had to play wear masks on the field. I think it was virginia tech. I'm not sure i know. Why are you're upset that he had a mascot for the coin and you thought he was going to screw it up well as it turns out they would have been better off not having the ball. Well i mean it certainly did not work out having. It certainly did not work out having the ball. What the hell is the matter with valdes. Scantling hands he can't catch balls that are thrown. He's a spectacular player. I gotta tell you those. Bob's that rogers through as gambling the one that was the interference that they almost didn't call. I made that those two passes. If they're both. I think fifty yards of the year. They were both. I don't think that they could have been placed within a quarter of an inch more accurately either the two of them the one of the interference. The guy had interfere because it was going to be right. This heads the other one that he caught on there near the goal line of it. Those are fifty. I guess those are just phenomenal passes. I've been the advantages. Scantling gives you is that he he gets open and he gets in these positions but he dropped passes and yesterday brought that fumble led people overcomplicate the game. The packers had more turnovers than indianapolis. It's why they lost the game at another wise excited game in the long run. I don't think that game is all that important. The game against the bears is extremely important because the tiebreaker component head. So out in the meantime the the vikings. They just keep winning. I mean it's a good thing. They lost those games all early on They did lose yesterday. Your that's right. They did lose the cowboys. It's hard for me to imagine the. I just factor in that if an nfc east team is playing that they lose is philadelphia. Still in first place. I but isn't philadelphia three six at one. How could you be three six. First place the cowboys at three hundred seventy half a game out. I mean the. I was going to say the redskins allowed to say that anymore. Who's the is the worst. Who's the worst he win that division. It's people say the question is who the best. That's at a hard question. I think it's a harder question to ask. Who's the worst he but the division maybe washington are. They're all three three and seven dallas three seven. What are the giants for seventy two so three teams three and seven and one is three six one. Who's going to win the division. Did i just pick. I should just say the giants. That's us that mckay could be mccarthy after every watch watching them. Some are win. The division they go into the playoffs at beat us up milwaukee. This is the mark belling late afternoon. Show on news. Talk eleven. W i s said this is and i was wrong. I told you so segment and i was wrong. I told you so sacred. I'm going to. I tell you about something i was wrong. And then tell you something which i would say i told you so. It's important for us to admit when we're wrong because it's the only way you learn if you have an opinion and it turns out to be incorrect. You obviously are smarter person when you move over to the new opinion. You've gone from advocate opinion. That was wrong to one. That is correct at the second point saying told you so i think it is especially critical that we conservatives remember this when you do what liberals want us to do. It never works. It is critical to point out when we do something their way at. It doesn't work so that people learned that there is a reason that the thing happened in the first place that it was liberal policy. So let's start with the first. The i told you so or i was. Rog is right. I see you're arrested. You're not interested in be proving that we could seven right. You want me to come here and talk about how i got crap all over my face. Is that what you're saying. You're more curious. Well it's something i've reversed my own decision out of. That's why. I guess. I would say i was ride. Cryptocurrencies like bitcoin. Just don't stop going epa value the position. I took when bitcoin and they were the first one. Then some of the copycats like a theory of some of the others came out was that this was even less sensible than some of the collectibles that expose exploded value where people were. What were the What's the one that ty warner created. Beanie babies right where the beanie babies that exploded value. Because he was right about it. It's the same tactic that i use when we did our own collectibles here with the mark. Belling dr board of the baseball caps of the bobble. Gad's when you limit the production to assert number and make no more. There's a finite quantity out there and therefore when there's a limit as to how much something is there becomes a demand for it and that was the case with the beanie babies but in the end the beaming going for an incredible amount of money. Even though in the end they were just a few they were offered. Few threads a cloth when the crypto currencies were invented bitcoin so i came out my own limited thinking ability and i would open minded. I couldn't wrap my head around why this was worth anything. Why would the. Bitcoin have value just because somebody says it has value. Bitcoin is anything tangible. That you can put your hand on. It's merely something that was created in the digital world and you essentially have a digital fingerprints saying that you have it you put it in an account where it sitting there. Just because someone says it's there and i also questioned. Why okay you've got bitcoin. What's stop paul. And i from invented paul and coyne. And what's the stop john doe from jetting jonah. Quite at everybody just admits. Zillion different crypto currencies. Out there. When the world is flooded with crypto. Why would any of them have any value. That was my thought at it was logical at the time. Bitcoin keeps increasing value as a number of other widely accepted crypto currencies. I tell you i. I never thought i would say this. I have now invested in bitcoin. Now what are the points that make whenever i stress this is when i evaluate any kind of investment. I always want to have an exit strategy. Because i'm humble enough to know that might be ride just because you buy something. Does it mean. You can't sell it if you buy stock at microsoft at two o'clock tomorrow afternoon you can sell it at twenty five after two. These things are all liquid and you could get in and get out of them. But i've changed my point of view on this and i want to explain it for a few minutes and then go on to the thing which i say i told you so. We have such manipulation of the money supply by governments that whatever manipulation of crypto currencies. Go on by the groups that are inviting them. Pales in comparison with governments themselves are doing with their currencies. I accept that the united states needed to do a massive couple of stimulus packages here in twenty twenty because the alternative would have to allow the full ramifications of these government shutdown to come to hold and break country to a depression. Admittedly we must. They bailed out large companies in most. They bailed out. Regular old working stiffs and killed off a lot of small businesses for whom a bailout can't replace the fact that they don't have a product to sell or a service to provide but you're seeing the debt loads of some of these nations. You're saying expansion to the money supply. Our own fed buying up like crazy. My normal reaction would bad fact was is to say that precious metals have to go up as a result of this because money has to go somewhere when nobody trusts anybody's currency whose currency is trustworthy. He trust the euro. There played the same games. Trae you trust the chinese with their with their wide. They manipulate that they tie it to our dollar us. There is a currency out there in the world that i would consider to be a default or safe currency which leaves you with golden silver gold and silver have brought up quite a bit and twenty twenty. But they've kinda flatlined in the meantime the investment that keeps going up his bitcoin and the others people are looking for a place to put money in that is being manipulated by government forces now. Bitcoin might be in a bubble. It might not be at a bottle. The thing about it is even though it was created as a currency it's being used primarily as an investment tool. Anybody who thinks that. Bitcoin is going to go up. I don't know why you would then use bitcoin to buy something. If you think it's going up why are you going to give it away. Let's imagine. I have three hundred bitcoins. Whatever they are or easier put. Let's imagine i have six thousand dollars in bitcoin. If i bit quite is going up why would i use my six thousand dollars in. Bitcoin is fourteen hundred to buy something paying for it with bitcoin. Now only a forty six hundred. Bitcoin going up. I think bitcoin is going to go up. So i mean i could certainly see buying it. If you think that it's gonna go up but then use it before it goes dowd. The very fact though that you can have people create a digital currency untraceable as it is with no intrinsic value at all backed by the good faith in credit of nobody and that it would increase in value is an indictment. What's going on with the nations of the world the way they are controlling their money supply. So i- pessimistic about all of the central. But you know. Ron paul. Who is a wacko out of. Most things libertarian. Not father iran. He was right in. His criticism of the federal reserve is right in his criticism of politicians. Who use the money supply and manipulated. He was bright in his criticism of of central bankers at. It's one of those deals where it's going to work until it doesn't work at. I think the fed is done a pretty good job of the mess that we have made here in twenty twenty. Vr overreaction to covid all of this stuff. As i say a works until it stops working just as you can build schools build schools build schools until your debt load is so huge and you've got no birth rate and you've got a bunch of empty schools all these old cliches cliches become cliches. Because they're true. The chickens new eventually come home to roost. Nobody knows what that means. But what does that mean. Well i the tickets to. I get that the chickens come home to roost. But why is that a problem. It's a fact so they said well you know the chickens couple of roast. Okay but why. What's the downside of that. You don't have any place for them to roost. Is that what it is. The barnes fit. The bard is full. Fox's in there. I don't know what the point that sub farber will call see. This is the advantage though of you having to answer the phones in me. Not so you say some gonna call you. Know they're gonna call you. What do i care if they call you. You can fend it all off these explanations we email. That's the other thing. I had the advantage of not wanting to read any of these emails. So you can send it off but it's like you know. Think about if the tree falls in the woods is nobody down here. it doesn't make a sound and of course i answered that question ninety six thousand dollars. The answer's no. It makes no sound which is precisely why when we stifle the flow of information out here. Even if there's information that people have if if if twitter and facebook and google allow you to transmit it you may as that information may as well not exist because information that can't be conveyed ends up being a value. Only the person who has it all fascinating. Oh you looked it up and you know what a google still allowed you to find the answer to that. They haven't said that doubt what this phone. She put his imprint. So they're able to put it on there. And what does it mean. well. I know that's what it means. But why does the chickens come home to roost. Me that what. It's coming home to rest. Yeah but what's the downside of that that's why is why is the chicken. I know what it means. The whole point of what it means. Is that eventually. You're going to pay for the actions that you take the consequences of your action. I just asked why chickens coming home to roost. As an example of that. That doesn't say that that's like you going home to go to bed chickens coming onto roofs paul's to go sleep in his bed tonight. What's what's the bad thing about that other than whatever then all right i wanna do my other point. This is an important point. And i'm gonna tell you right now but it's going to be about. There is a story that i'm not kelly. You disappeared but it is almost evaporated in seventy two hours in the local media. Do you know what that story is. Where the hell is the coverage of the walmart tosa shooting. There is a reason for that we are going to. We are going to discuss. The mass shooting at mayfair ball on friday at as much as some people don't want to discuss it. This story needs to be aired out because it demonstrates again the folly of listening to liberals it also demonstrates again the utter. They're almost not sufficient words. Describe the stupidity of the majority of residents of wildwood tosa and the people who run the community news. Talk eleven thirty. W i s sad mark zalin late afternoon show you go to the websites that many of the local news organizations either microscope divided update on the attempted mass murderer at mayfair it was only seventy two hours ago. Almost exactly it was right before three. Pm on friday afternoon that. A gunman went into mayfair and started shooting people. The macy's store when that happened and all hell was breaking those. Who responded. Did we send it a bunch of social workers. Did we have the community. Work it out for themselves know. That thing was overwhelmed by police all summer and into the fall. We have had one moronic leftist protester after another bash. Police said one of their number one demand. It's of the people's revolution to badges that. Get the cops. Out of mayfair yet. The moment that there is a problem we all scream and beg and plead in hope. The cops go into mayfair a special note about john. Larry the goof who runs the police reform commission it wa wa tosa. This is the guy who is in charge of quote fixing the walla. Tosa police department. He puts out a social media post after the incident on friday saying mocking the watterson police department for our leading the guy. Get away and get out of the ball. Now you've got to think about the illogic of brain dead morons like john larry. I'm the one he had. He doesn't want any cops at the ball on the other hand. he ridicules. the cops are out being there quickly enough to stop the guy from getting out of the ball. You see the point here about liberals there's no logic in their thinking get all it if he ever actually do what they tell you to do. All hell breaks loose. The reason that this story is going away for the mainstream media that it doesn't fit eddie of the narratives you've heard that term all year narrative. The media is that arrested in. It's an interesting news in telling you what's happening there interesting at feeding a narrative and feeding narrative. Guns are bad. We need guns control. That's a narrative so if we could figure out a way to manipulate the story to feed that narrative likewise trump's a monster that's a narrative and therefore we've got feed every develop it into somehow prove the truth of that narrative. If the actual truth that happens does it feed narrative that we have been. The truth is just that annoyance it will just set it away. Based on the information we have now a fifteen year old went to the ball to settle scores with some individuals after a disputed occurred earlier in the day. There are strong reasons to believe that there gang. It's the gang is a. I don't know what a gag is anymore. What it is it back in the day in. Which i was covering news more. You know i worked. At benton harbor michigan i worked at springfield illinois those areas that had inner cities in which there was some crime. Gang members wore gang colors and they were organized. You know now a gang. Is this bunch in one thousand. Nine people want to do this and this one does that summer. It's still organized in some. I mean we've moved away from the games the disciples and some of the others. There's just a lot of people out there on the streets semi organized that a lot of them are just kids anyway. This is a retribution attack. And he went to mayfair because he had gotten word that some of the people that he was out to get where at mayfair unfortunately he shot a bunch of other people in the process. So it's a kid who unloaded a gun. Try to settle the store rather than this being a mass shooting at a mall that we have seen so much of her some random alienated gunman decides to shoot a bunch of people. This is a guy who was at mayfair looking for specific people that he didn't care if he hit other people in the process. He's fifteen there. Is it a gun law that we have out there. That would do anything to stop this. Everything this kid did was against the law. The age of fifteen is not allowed to carry a gun the age of fifteen. He's not legally allowed to possess a gun outside the supervision of of adult. He's obviously not allowed to shoot strangers. Everything that happened here was a violation of the law. Josse fact that it was you that set me this. The you send me the comment of the mayor. The mayor of Tosa said well. You know we ban guns at mayfair. If only this guy had followed the rules this wouldn't have happened. A paucity city went through the roof. Didn't this attempted mass murderer. No you can't take a gun to mayfair. I guess he also didn't know you can't shoot people. The guy shot eight people mcbride's bay concern. Did he no. He can't bring the gun inside the ball. So if he chat beep if he had shot them. I one hundred. Nee street on. Mayfair mayfair road. That would have bed. In the meantime there was a rally on saturday. People that are still upset about the election. Sheriff clarke was one of them had a big pro-trump rally on the sidewalk outside the ball. For whatever reason the presence of these trump supporters drives lefties crazy. If fact the mayor said. I wish this hadn't hang hadn't occurred so quickly after the shooting pose. It is harsher. This is how liberals think they're angrier at a trump supporter standing on a sidewalk than they are at somebody who goes into a mall and kills tries to kill people some bright gods. They didn't shoot anybody with the nonetheless. And i've been fascinated about this to the point that i think bored the audience. What is it about seeing trump supporters. That drives liberal soul wacko. Now you've got to think about where this was. This is robert osa almost every night for months. There have been people who marched not of the sidewalk in the middle of the streets honking their horns screaming and yelling standing at people's lawns raising house screaming obscenities screaming in the face of cops. I'd on and on and on and on and people have told that they need to accept that that's part of protesters rights but some people out there supporting trump show up for what afternoon for two hours instead of the sidewalk and lefties toss their cookies. Why what wigs them out so much about that. As for the mayfair situation. There's nothing to stop some punk and it's instructive. How many of these teenagers have. God's proving that gun laws don't do any good because none of them are allowed to have guns. It is really scary. How many of these kids are armed and have no concern about life at all. This is different. I covered a lot of gang. Wars back the day which i was doing regular news said i mean in the seventies. We had violent crime was crazy in this country. It's just this is. This is child's play with god's the fact that he that he didn't kill anybody shows you that he doesn't know what he's doing with the god you've got a fifteen year old decides to shoot people at a ball and he doesn't care. How many bystanders he he. He he could have killed in the process the fact that it was a ball in a city that is halfway on tilted city while the tosa it could have been anywhere. I think it happened at the mall. Because he heard that's for the people were so the media just watched the story to go away because it's a fifteen year old chances are we're not going to get the name of the individual into the da charges. I would hope the tries to charge as an adult. This was somebody who attempted take him in a mass murder but the takeaway points are you can't think of a city more so than our toasted. The desperately needs quality. Police officers and shouldn't be spitting in their faces because when you had the potential for mass calamity and we've i told those reports of shooter at the mall. We weren't thinking some fifteen year old settling scores we were thinking one of these wackos who might have an assault rifle who's gonna go and mass murder all sorts of people that are. They're the only people that position to do something about this. Are police officers heavily armed police who get there as quickly as possible. There are more points though that i want to throw out there to people to do on if there had been a police officer stationed near the entrance to the macy's and friday but i believe it was the entrance. That's on The north end of the building on the west side where that big parking lot is yet at the macy's entrance there but not the one that's in the main guts of the wall I think back to when it was a marshall fields. That was the entrance. I'd always take you could park. They have their own sort of loud in the end anyway. Let's imagine there was a police officer stationed there and he saw this kid walking in with the gut any shot up now. I understand that. The shooter is latino and not black but with the anti police protests as the black lives matter crowd be screaming ranting and raving again about that. How do we know that alvin cooked wasn't going to go into that mall and shoot up. A bunch of people before officer mensa protected his community by taking out back guy with a gun and my final thought of that. Let's imagine there was a a tosa police officer there. He saw the fifteen year old walking into the mall and had his got out and pointed. Would that top have been willing to shoot or would he knows the hell that we put mensa through and knowing the target. That's on the backs of all police officers. Would you have just kind of looked the other way and pretended you didn't see it rather than serve and protect the community because he lives at a community that does not appreciate the people that serve and protect them. I talked earlier about the roots of that statement. The chickens coming home to roost. The chickens are coming home to roost at walmart. Osa you elect nincompoops lead your community like heather cool. You elect a mayor who some things. The only problem here is that somebody didn't follow the rules. Not bring a gun into the mall. You have a community wants to de-fund it's police officers and rips on police officers tried to proactively stop. The homosexual maniacs got running around in our world. As far as we move into the christmas season here i understand more shopping online. Anyway and people don't want to be impact places but you wonder what the long term future for many fairies at in this instance. I think it was simply bad luck. It wasn't a mall shooting so much as the people that this guy wanted to shoot happen to be over at the ball. We're going to get more and again. I'm assuming that when there's charges that he's going to be charged as an adult is for heaven's sakes eight people were hit Maybe i've missed this. If you seen anywhere what weapon kind of weapon he was using. I've not and again. There's no criminal complaint yet on this. He's being held but it it had to be a handgun right. I mean because for one thing he stopped shooting and ran right away so he probably had limited capacity. Ud is for the grace of god that nobody is dead. Apparently none of the injuries were thought to be life threatening heavy. I get made fun of every time. I make fun of the nine millimeter. Which is good for being lightweight and concealable that almost nothing else but fortunately he didn't have much of a shot or the weapon that he be. The ad was not lethal enough. That this is a situation which just shocking really that. We don't have fatalities in place. I'm not suggesting that a bunch of armed citizens could have done anything about this. This was all chaos. The guy apparently went and shot a bunch of people who ran off and got out of there as quickly as he got he had but again this is a situation of. He must have known that the people he was targeting wouldn't have had weapons with them because if they did they could have turned out if this is people that he had a dispute with they could have turned around and shot him. I'm sure we'll get more information on. This far moves forward but whenever liberals tell you something about a social problem you have to learn that their solution if we actually did it would make matters worse. Tosa should have forty. Fewer police officers at forty four social workers. That's right those social workers who have done a great job at you know. Some people have been questioning this description that went out there white well. We haven't seen the suspect yet. I mean he's described as being hispanic and then twenties thirties. I don't know if that was based on witness description or not but apparently they were got on this real quickly. And i don't know if it's because they recognize the individual they're not if they had some intelligence about what was going on but i suspect that the biggest thing was they knew who the victims were. I'm told i don't know if how much this reported again. I don't work on fridays. But i'm told there was a ruckus over at freighter. Did you had you heard that. That's where the victims are taken ad that some of the victims were angry and agitated and family members went over there that in other words the victim some of the victims knew who was that was coming at him because of this earlier situation. That got the police. Odd were very quickly but So whether this gang or just organize troublemakers. That are young acting out and the collateral damage was other people who just happened to be at the macy's there who going to say caught in the crossfire. There wasn't a crossfire. He was the only guy that The only guy that shot So we haven't heard what kind of a gun it is. But that's just unbelievable related that there weren't more fatalities or even serious You ever shot nine millimeter. There's people have took people have told jokes about this guy. Said he went to the firing. Reggie shot his nine millimeter lost his. I bounced off. The targeted came back just jones. I well i mean they're they're small. They're good for concealed carry. You can wave at around. But i mean shooting it. I don't know that. That's what the guy carried. But i i think it's borderline miraculous that there are no fatalities off don't you and just again thankfully sell but no thanks to the liberals who run while the toes and keeps saying that we shouldn't have police officers around anywhere and i'm not saying that if you had fifteen cops at mayfair that they have to be in the right place it's a giant wall. This was in one of the stories. Had you know. And then john larry's ripping him for the for the guy getting away. I mean he runs shoots at red zone. I mean unless we're gonna do with the exact opposite of what that more on. John larry wants have ninety cops at mayfair all the time. Unless there's a cop right there seeing what happened. Furthermore if there had been a cop right there at shot the guy. John larry would probably be the next guy to give them the midst treatment right. Don't all these points need to be made at criticism of our side. It's that we never do pilot when you need to rhetorically pilot. You need to prove that. They're rod when they when when they when they are wrong so we stop listening to them. De-fund the police toes end. It's crackpots would i in the mayor said i feel perfectly safe going to make. I would to be for heaven. Sakes i live in milwaukee. You could always walk into the middle of something. But i understand that other people you know you take some lady living out there unaccountable wok that got a little bit of money and she's going to christmas. She gonna want to go in there after all of this stuff and you know all the protests that we just tolerated so added then and then but then you object to a bunch of trump's supporters standing on the sidewalk standing on the sidewalk. The boss they did was sheriff collectibles. They did was talk loud and left. He's just see this and again. I agree from people. Why do you keep bringing up by liberals go crazy when they see trump supporters. It fascinates me if you saw forty biden supporters. This after doing peta cheer it away. We won we won. We wanted to kinda hacksaw. But it's not gonna make yet. It's pulse as well. I mean they might get in your face and say we won. But i part of the part of their lack of celebration over all of this. They were looking for repudiation. And i think that they are frustrated that so far at least they didn't win the senate. They lost ground in the house. Said they didn't get that they didn't get this all well. Yeah the more hacked off trump or not conceding than they are they are. They are at biden for you know. Then they are happy with biden's winning. Still the point that i make is living in milwaukee and for people living toast. I've seen protesters all summer at in. Its annoyance at you. Roll your eyes and it's kind of obnoxious when they break the law and so on you don't get this same wh- why does that. Why would anybody care that. A few hundred trump supporters. There was large from what. I say that they went and stood on the sidewalk at mayfair. Lefty what why. Why does that bother you. People say you keep asking that question and we're tired of hearing it. You said it fascinating. Why are they. Why do seeing at part of it is the other basically. They hate the cap. They hate these flags which is why. I applaud trump supporters for wearing the caps and waving the flags. The lefties hate those flags and hate the caps. Well they do. They've always hated the american but they see that blue trump. They hate that. Paul said he went you edit but no but we were you participate or you're just driving by looking you doing by but you i'm it was and there's mcbride this is terrible. This was terrible. I wish they hadn't done it so soon after the shooting. What were you afraid they were going to go into the mall and show that they would have been the ones who had they been there. Maybe with a shot this punk before he shot at people will. The mall was closed. Saturday too so what was the so so so that is true. The average lefty is more bothered to see trump supporters standing on the sidewalk peacefully holding a flag than they are a fifteen year old punk going into the mall and shoot a eight people that is how lefties are and they claim we're not s- they claim there's a problem with us these people are unhinged wackos and the thing that is frightening is they are half the country. They're upset that half the country as us where you can get out of us. As sheriff clarke had a few people hold a flag up. That's all we joe. That's the extent if our trouble banking. Oh my god. Trump sending in lawyers to like petition for recounts file a lawsuit. Wanted to add our. Kfc is he uses a legal process our courts and the recount to make sure we got an election right. You people are out there. Rioting and burning things down and teradata statues at busted stuff up prime to burn down the madison jail. But we can't. We can't hire a lawyer to file a legal paper and cart and you say where it's eleven thirty. Wins and mark belling afternoon. Show one of the great arguments. Football is what would you rather have a great offense for a great defense and my response is always been that all things being equal. The great defense is going to beat the great offense especially in the postseason. Where really matters that if you could stop the other team from doing something you're better off than being the team that seemingly is unstoppable. Because if you're able to be stopped you're no longer unstoppable. The badgers lost their game. On saturday to northwestern ed i would like to pat myself on the back. Predicting that wisconsin was going to lose again in the interest of full disclosure. I predicted they would lose to michigan the week before and wisconsin. Made a fool of jim harbaugh's program at michigan. I did think they were going to lose again. So i was right this time but it was completely The week before northwestern has probably i think the best defense of the big ten and wisconsin was out there too was without their too wide receivers. All what football this year especially the college had like twenty five games. Cancel this weekend because of covid whereas in the nfl. they're getting all of the games in almost. They shoved back two or three days but almost all of them are being played on schedule. So the nfl more so than any other league. There's hardly at most teams aren't having fans or if they do have fans it's limited the. Nfl has come closest to having an uninterrupted schedule. At the same time that they would normally have of any of the sports that are out there. We were talking about walla. Tosa wanna remind you of a story that we dealt with on this program for weeks ago. Heather cool the radical alderman of walla tosa created a social media account under a pseudonym and filled it with vulgarities and took shots settled scores with the people that she didn't like it while tosa vulgar it had sexual references to it and it. You know a lot of stuff and it was run by her. She didn't do much to conceal the fact that it was her and she made some references in there that could have been her and the photo that is up there was of her with her face obscured so and the people that were following it. What was her otherwise. What was the point of having it nonetheless. I think she wanted to do it for some of the people that were her followers. But not let the general public. I became aware of it. I put it out there dan. Donald then did a copy and pasted actually pasted a number of the postings on social media within several days. cool resigned as an alderman. There's another part of the story though that is unresolved and that's how i share now and it's kind of interesting because it presents a lot of unusual questions before i put my story on my website and on the air i made an open records request of heather cool demanding all of social media post that she has made using any identity or at any site. Now remember. I was aware of this other site when i did it now. Following with you can figure this out. Why would i make an open records request for oliver social media posts under any identity on any site. If i was already aware of this site paul. Well that's it. How many other sites tire at others. Where she didn't even she went to great lengths to conceal her identity others where she made even more outrageous statements. I believe this is why she resigned. I believe there are other sites. Maybe there are. Maybe there are it. Heather cool has not yet to my open records request nor has the city of matosa several weeks ago filed a formal complaint with the milwaukee county corporation counsel. That's the governmental body that in milwaukee county enforces violations of the state. Open records law. I have not received a response in the corporation counsel so today i followed up and said hey what's going god. The county corporation counsel says that the city of walla says taking the position that heather cools postings our personal and therefore not subject to the open records act. Well i want to stress. I have only requested her postings that deal with wa tosa. I'm not interested in her post things that deal with. What kind of shape she likes. Or any other goof-ball thing. I'm interested only in the post things that she's made the deal with watto's and that was my request. She was an older person walmart. So therefore any statement she would make about walmart. Tosa is clearly covered by the open records act so they just decided to ignore the law. They haven't even given me legally required response. And i am going to be pressing the milwaukee county corporation counsel to go to court to take action against them. Now what are the things that makes this case unusual. Is that the public official. Whose records i am seeking is no longer a public official as a private citizen. Heather cool can from this point forward. Post whatever she wants to not give it to anybody but the records that she was generating occurred at a time that she was a public official and she is required to follow the law. That's the thing about the law and lefties. They use these things that they use the words of conservatives to hang us all the time but they never think they have to follow any of the rules that they had four said this case the rule is clear. It's the open records law. You generate a public record. The public has a right to say it at the city of tools. It's unbelievably adult. Status is apparently going to take a position that had their calls records. Don't have to be turned over at if she destroyed these records. I think we'll be done to her. We'll see how it plays out. But as i said. I think i have an open and shut case here. And even if they try to have a stack deck with regard to everybody involved in this thing being a democrat unless they're simply going to say that the open records act doesn't apply to liberals if a public official post something and it's out there at a forum like social media that is public record and she can't her resignation doesn't mean the record she generated when she was a public record. I somehow not public records. She keeps saying the people are targeting. Her are mean. They're mean they're mean they're mean they're me lefties. I told you this ninety seven million times here is ninety seven million in one before we go to break. What have i told. What is what's coming. You should know it by now. Would've told the audience ninety seven million times the you don't know the lefties can dish it out and they can't take some of you. I know you've told us. At ninety seven million in one what keeps up the walkie. This is the mark belling late afternoon. Show on news talk. Eleven thirty w off. The air apologised comment on the bucks policy with regard to the start of the season as a season ticket holder. Who's not allowed to go to games They sent me a briefing today. And here's the information that they're passing along. They're going to begin the season. They are not going to be playing the nba season. In the bubble in orlando they will be playing as baseball. Dead in each team's regular old stadium with the exception of toronto which is being forced to move to the united states for one season so the box will be playing their home games in milwaukee at pfizer for made it will open the season without fads. The season is to start december. Twenty second which is about two months later the normal and again it has to start late because this past season ended late so they'll be opening december twenty second without fans the bucks did indicate to season ticket holders. And i one of them. That once fans are allowed. It's going to be on a limited basis. So i would be given the opportunity to attend a quarter of the game in other words. What if every four games and they're gonna figure out a system by which they're going to decide who goes to what game and at what seat senate obviously we. Can't i say him seats. Because they're gonna try to scatter you around the social distancing and so on so it sounds to me like once they are going to start. They'd probably going to be working at about one quarter of the arena have fans in but when that is going to be they did not indicate. They said that they're going to open without fans and they're developing plans to on a limited basis allows some fans to come in but there's no word on when that might be so they're going to try to do what baseball did in twenty twenty which is the play essentially. An empty stadiums ahead proceed that way. What's it for the league while they can keep all of their tv money and their tv contracts. They lose obviously all the local revenue for a team. Like milwaukee losing their local revenue is a bigger deal because they don't make as much money off of their local television contract Paul's wondering what happened with the screwed up trade. i don't know what happened with the screwed. Up trade other than it's a little like amateur hour on the part of jon horst the bucks general manager the bucks had trades. The bigger trade was the one that went through this rule holiday. That's the one that they gave up all the draft choices for a and bledsoe and who's the other player in the George hill george hill and bledsoe went off to a new orleans and they gave up three draft choices and swap three more up to three more in that that went through the trade for bogdan bogdonovich. In which the bucks were going to give up her sign ilyasova. A and a dj wilson. And the key player dante vincenzo for bogdonovich sacramento was going to sign him. He's a free agent and trade over the box that fell through. Would by donovan. Said i don't go along with this. I want to sign for more money on the open. Market the bucks announced the trade and they announced the trade. Even though by donovan was still free agent pat riley of the heat complained to the league saying that the bucks are guilty of tampering sonata. Leader the trade fall to the bucks are likely to be sanctioned by the nba for trying to make an illegal trade now normally when you're saying she'd by the nba. You know what they normally do. They take away your draft choices buxton left so maybe they'll get a fine. Maybe not the trade itself. I heard some box van saying. They're glad that they're that fell through. That they'd rather have dante descends though then bogdonovich anyway close call. You do wonder if it was jaanus. That's calling all the shots here. And he's the guy that wanted bogdanovich or better yet. Maybe honest want stephen senzo go until the budget spare parts over the weekend. Lots of move in the nba. And so on. But i don't know why you would announce a deal with a free agent and a sign and trade unless the player agreed to it. It's possible that the agent gave them a thumbs up and the player said. Wait a minute. I want more money than this. The player and the agent out of the same page. I don't know let me move forward. There are all of these lawsuits that are out there challenging the orders. That are in place here in wisconsin because of covid the state supreme court earlier this year to remember that state supreme court was the one kelly was still alive. He's not on there anymore. Rule that you can't have a governmental body issue. You can't have a government. is these orders. That was not approved by any elected entity in other words. A bureaucrat. Can't sign his or her name to an order. Edit that have the force of law but many of these public health orders are being issued by bureaucrats but remember unless somebody challenge the order in court. The order is in place. The wisconsin institute of law and liberty is today filing a lawsuit against the health orders. That are in place in dane county and the city of madison. Madison is gin dane county so the city has its own order and then dane county has an order for the surrounding communities there. The madison is astonishing. And how far it goes. Have you seen the madison ordered. You know what it bans. You think you do well dangerous. Answer what do you think at bads. Yes the ma- that that that ban in madison bans family gatherings in their own houses in other words the only people that can gather are the ones that live in the house. Grandma lived next door but she can't then come over for thanksgiving dinner. The wisconsin institute of law and liberty is challenging. The legality of this people could make this all about coping. All they want. There's two components of this. Whether or not madison did this correctly by having a bureaucrat. Issue the order rather than simply pass through the city council and pass it as city ordinance which might then be legal stupid but might be legal. That's the first component but the second comported sit back and look where we now are. I think a year ago most americans would have thought it unthinkable that even in a radical city like madison. The government could tell. You can't have relatives come over to your house. No one knows if they intend to enforce this but being madison maybe they will plus it. How could well a bat. I i you know this is madison. Some neighbor sees somebody coming over to the house and walk it over to the door. Call a cop. It's up to them as to whether or not they will. But you've gotta step back and ponder the kind of country that liberals want us to live with. The police can literally stop you from having grandma and grandpa or your kid who grew up in moved away. Come back home to visit you in your house. That's not covert and that's not public health. There are people in. Addison would be less bothered if people over to that house to smoke crack or shoot up heroin. These things have to be challenged aside from the covid situation because even if you can make the case that they have a public health interest in stopping these behaviors. We have no freedom left. If we can't have a relative come to our house it defines what the lack of freedom is. You literally can't come up with a more extreme example. I always thought you couldn't go any farther than china in restricting the how many children you can have literally you have sex after you have a kid got a aboard baby after. You've already had what you've got. I thought that was the farthest could go. This could top that it is only because this shows you how fast you can lose your freedoms that some of us are at face by it now. The arguments that you make about whether or not government can mandate the wearing of masks and so on. It's all debatable. The public policy questions is it legal to do. It should another governmental body like the legislature. Stop them statewide orders and sell. What those are debatable issues. How far governments power can go. Where does my right to freedom overlap. The right of everyone else to have public health and safety sibling debates are raised about people gutting motorcycle at two o'clock in the morning. Where does the right of the person governor motorcycle overlap with the right of somebody to have the peace and quiet and not having a motorcycle gunda to weigh up. We've had those debates forever. This moves into the of legal activity in your own whole legal activity in your own home because someone is determined that there's a public health component to it. The argument of a public health component can be made. If you stretch it far enough to regulate almost everything there are people who have argued that those that are objecting to lockdowns and objecting mask. Orders are selfish. maybe the maybe the yard. I don't think they are. But you could make the argument to me. What madison is doing is more profound than that. You could also argue. It's irresponsible to have family members over for thanksgiving. I think you'd be wrong but you could argue it for government to tell a person they can have their own relatives in their home. Hold means we don't have private property rights we don't have any rights if government can micromanage us right down to this level. How much of our country have we lost. And as i say without regard to the results of the election whether you think biden money think trump. What whole lot of. Americans voted for this ad in madison. I suspect a whole lot of people supported including and this is a key point including people who will violated. I'm pretty sure most of you are aware of the photo that was taken a couple of weekends. Ago of gavin newsom. You aware the photo california put in place a big government lockdown ordering so on a gavin newsom. His buddies had a birthday party. I know that most of you know about this and somebody snapped a photo in the restaurant which nobody's very massive. They're all sitting together and then after being caught lighting clavier outside. They weren't outside. There was a chandelier right over the top of that. I believe this first of all the only reason we know about that. Somebody took the photo. Same thing in chicago lightfoot. I believe this strongly. I believe that many of the lefties that are posing these imp imposing these draconian. Orders are completely violated them. We only know about the ones where the people get caught because there is stupid as gavin newsom to actually go right out at public and assume that not one person will blow the west adam. The real problem isn't just that they're taking away our rights. It's that they think that they should be able to take away our rights while reserving those rights for themselves. Well yeah. i'm gonna stop you guys doing it. But i gotta do it. There's something deeply evil about that if you believe as i do that. The foundation of our nation is our system of rights that we have these freedoms to do things that other people don't like and again there's no point in giving someone a right unless other people don't like the people do it. There's no point in giving me the right to brave. Very few people are offended by that. You only need to give someone writes if it's the sort of thing that other people don't like to do. This is why we have the right of free speech. Some people aren't gonna like your speech so not only are we reaching farther over to take away our rights that we ever have in american history the people that are saying that we should be able to take away those rights one to reserve those rights so that they still have them. This is more serious than that. But it reminds me of the lefties who want a bad god's when they have the bodyguards carrying guns to protect them a better example would be the left to ban private ownership of guns and sitting there holding their own. God at the time. They're doing it that no longer becomes ideological it philosophical that simply hateful. The said mark mark belling late afternoon. Show paul's barking in my year. Again here claiming that this thanksgiving the colbert is tearing people. Apart at thanksgiving. That people are just going crazy. I i know the. I've been hearing this myself. I just do not get people are so bothered save christmas. It'll be the same thing that you know some people are saying nevermind government orders. Some people do not feel comfortable going over to the relatives. Homes for chris for thanksgiving. Paul said he's been hearing that. Some people are furious that they've got family members who aren't going to come. What do you care if somebody doesn't come. That's their business on the other hand. What do those people care. If the other members of your family do go that is going on in my own family. We're fine with it somewhat to do what other stout with anybody wants to do it. Let them do it. If somebody doesn't wanna come they don't have to come. I i let people do what they want to do with. This is the thing. I've said the about this with regard to cope it. We can make these decisions for ourselves. The government telling us what to do but in our own personal lives. If mom and dad have three kids in two of the kids. Don't wanna bring the grandkids sulphur. That's their right. They've been scared to death about of the whole thing and they don't wanna do whatever that's still there right on the other hand if the other family members are going to show up. And you're not gonna don't begrudge them the fact that i think that that's a big part of whole. You're having fun when i'm not. Well i i do not know what anything has come to. Everybody seems nuts. Except me. Somehow you i don't i don't know how you're exempted the from being nuts because you may maybe you've like gone from being nuts to say or maybe you and i are the only ones i don't very i while it's great that we all get together at thanksgiving so what so. Some people are gonna be there. If they were dead. You wouldn't be getting together either. So i if they're not there dead of the probably be there next year. Do i think they're overreacting. Well it's up to them. I i mean live your own life at and again keep the government out of it. But i i've been hearing this right left and paul's now telling me that he you must know about. We've got an update. We've got some other stories that i wanna share with your first of all this. Earlier this year. I reported exclusively that. After years of delays the developers of the couture had finally gotten financing to allow them to go forward with what might be the become the most iconic building in the state of wisconsin. I don't know what the most iconic i'd the state capitals the most iconic building wooden shoe but second that's the better question lambofield. That's a good answer except you know from the outside. It doesn't look like really anything. Special lambofield is more economic inside than it is some seeing it from the outside. I was gonna say the travel but it's close anyway. Just give it whereas it will be right on the lake across the streets from the lake. The tour mixed use building mostly residential. Probably going to be a hotel in there. This is the one that rick barron and tan love and tried to develop ever since twelve. I reported earlier this year that they finally got enough financing to make a goal of it then covid struck and government approvals were delayed. The business journal is reporting today that the