20 Episode results for "Zebra Dot Com"
No Spin News, June 29, 2020
"Hey Bill O'Reilly, here welcome to the no spend news for Monday June twenty ninth two thousand twenty. This could be the most important. No Spin News I have done in more than three years because I have had enough. Enough. My country is under assault. The leaders of this country are cowards most of them. Most of them. So now. I am going to launch a campaign that I. Hope You. Will help me with the campaign is called. Stand up for your country. Stand up for your country. It's not political. Nothing to do with Democratic Party or the Republican Party. It's not racial. It has nothing to do with anybody's skin color religion ethnicity. It has to do with whether or not you believe. Your country the United States of America is noble. If you do not believe. That turned me off right now. Never watched me again. Because I have no common ground with you. If you don't believe your country's noble. You are my enemy. I do not want this country torn to pieces I. AM watching it. It's right before my eyes. Being torn to pieces I am watching death. In, New, York City twenty miles away from where I am right now. The Communist mayor of that town. In conjunction with the Opportunist Governor Cuomo. has now created. A system whereby people are being gunned down in the streets and the police. have been ordered to step aside. Step aside. That's a destruction of the United States. That's the city's the country's largest city. All Right? Let's get into nuts and bolts. I don't know whether it was this weekend. Watching people say the city of Saint Louis. The name has to be changed or whether it was the Oregon Oregon State. Annual football game called the civil war. You can't say the civil war anymore. I don't know really what it was. But it. Tipped over. So. Here's what we're GONNA do. We have printed up. Slogan. Stand up for your country. Okay there it is. Now you can put this on your car on your tractor on your house on your cooler at the beach. You can put it on your forehead. This sends a message. Stand up for your country. Do Not Neil. Before the forces of destruction and anarchy do not kneel. Stand up. You go to bill. o'riley dot com you can order. We kept the price down to everybody if you have a lemonade stand. You can buy a dozen. And you give them out. And you use them. And if anybody challenges you? Stand up for your country is not acceptable anymore. You walk away. You don't confront that. These loons bringing guns out into the street and all of that on the right. Counter, protesting, you know that's not going to win the war and it is a war. That's not going to win it. Looking people in the eye and go. I'm proud to be an American I. believe my country is Noble. That will win the war because there are a lot more of us. Than there are of them. I think it's ten to one. But the noble American Kadre doesn't have a voice. Has No voice. Because of the corrupt media. They kissed the butt. Of the black lives matter movement. You want to know who they are. Read my column. The three ladies who founded it are Marxists. They admitted it. This is what it is. Destroy America, not civil rights not correct things that are wrong. No destroy it. You're GONNA sit by and watch that happen. No I don't think you are so stand up. Get, this will launch. This campaign will keep it going, and it'll matter. You are listening to a free excerpt from Bill O'Reilly DOT COM, no spin news broadcasts where you can actually see me. We'll be right back after this message. Report show that Americans overpay on car insurance by more than twenty one billion dollars, but searching for a better deal can take hours and results in a barrage of emails until now, thanks to the Zebra Dot Com. The leading car insurance comparison site the Zebra Dot Com is the only place you can compare quotes side-by-side from more than one hundred providers and choose the best for you in ninety seconds or less amazing. Plus. They will never sell your information to the spammers. The best part is it's completely free. You can save up to six hundred seventy dollars a year using the zebra dot com. How much can you save on your car and Home Insurance? Go today and start saving zebra dot com slash bill. THE ZEBRA DOT com slash bill. THE ZEBRA DOT com slash bill. Malin votes okay so. All the left one Mellon votes. Why doesn't I don't know why. But I really do know why. Because fraud is much easier here. We go in New Jersey so New Jersey Hausa vote statewide vote sixteen thousand. Seven forty seven mail in ballots because cove it. All right. But it's chaos. Total chaos rotate yesterday was allegations of ballot, stuffing and vote bundling that led to about eight hundred ballots set-aside. Now there appear to be signed mailed in votes from residents, but those residents tell us they never voted. Patterson resident Ramona. She says no again about that. We did not receive vote by mail balancing us. We did not vote, but according to the board of elections, records show her vote by mail ballot did come in on May tenth. Go. There's a proof. You want mail in ballots all the presidential elections what you're going to have? Very very easy. To Dig League because that woman doesn't speak English doesn't know. Sasser proof. You want proof. I just gave it to you. New Jersey's. Final thought in the moment. Right back. All right here's a final thought of the day. You may remember that. The movie killing Jesus off my book. Was a little controversial because I hired. A Muslim Lebanese guide to play Jesus rollet. Speaking of me. Well amount of stone relief. I've worked at. A carpenter. What is prophesied? CanNot be denied. We'll be raised to your lips fees. That's. Okay now I did that because Jesus was Semitic his lineage back to David. We're all. Middle Eastern people? and. So I already got Jesus now according to Rasmussen poll, a third of black Americans believe that a white Jesus should be removed from churches. No. No that's wrong. Jesus is universal. It doesn't matter what color is. All right, he was a man. That's killing Jesus. All about you learn about the man. But there are snapshots of him no portrait of Him So, however you imagine Jesus is fine. It doesn't matter. Right, it's what Jesus did. In Preaching Christianity love your neighbor. To the whole world. We'll see more.
No Spin News, May 4, 2020
"Golo RILEY DOT COM premium members. Welcome to the no Spin News. Monday may fourth two thousand twenty fight for your freedom and for your health soon other program where we have an awful lot of information to give you Always best to watch me with a pen and paper because some of the information can be very helpful to you in your life and your and all that so as you know we have been covering this pandemic in a very methodical way and we have added. I don't know hundreds of thousands of people coming to Bill o'riley dot com millions of page views. They call it. I never ever thought I would see this. It is a flood a Su- Nami of people all over the world coming to us. Because they're not getting the truth or discipline or facts or clarity from the television news services simply not so. They're coming here now. The pandemic coverage on Bill O'Reilly Dot Com. We don't do politics all right. Our politics are in a separate area pandemic coverage. Just the facts. We don't do speculation. We don't do medical. I know nothing about medical. I can't tell you whether a drug is good or not. I don't know we don't do any of that. Which is what comprises about seventy five percent of the TV news coverage all right so there's no spin here. There's no trying to convince you of anything. It's here's what we know and how we know. There are two sides to the pandemic story. In America both sides have validity. This is a virus that is vicious and lethal to a certain segment of the population is spread by people who don't even know they have it. How frightening is that in New York where I am in the city twenty miles away from where I sit? Hospitals have been overrun. Bodies have piled up outside of facilities is bad and it was spread by the subway and bus systems. That's what did it. It's way worse than any other place in America and perhaps the world right here so we in New York cannot expect the same policies that you can expect a North Dakota or Wyoming or Idaho. Where even Ohio we're Texas and that's what I'm GonNa go through right now. Over reaction to the pandemic. Let's begin in Michigan. They've got a pretty big problem in Michigan. They have a governor who totally as overreact. First thing she did was shut down. Everybody lockdown everybody and then she said if you have a second home within Michigan or even outside of Michigan. You can't go to that home so I say to myself. How is that going to stop the spread of Cova? You get in your car drive to your other home. How does that Sprint cove? It can't it's impossible yet. This governor Whitman locks it down now. I'm in Michigan. I have a home in the upper peninsula or anywhere and I WANNA go there. I'm going whether Governor Whitman says oh or not second thing. She closes down all the stores and this is all right. Well if you wear a mask and you just but if you go to the big trunk stores you can't buy Molchan closing down. I'm closing the gardening area down. Why how does that stop this bird a Kovin how it doesn't so there were demonstrations against Whitman because Whitmer is overreacting in a very illogical way and people missing aware? Where this is crazy. We're not doing this so whitmer in Lansing. Capital of the state has to with. A whole bunch of people were angry. And they're not distancing and a lot of them don't have mass some of them actually had guns right so it was a mess. Now widmer's early embarrassed. She was once a front runner for VP consideration. For by Nash. She's toast. She won't even be reelected in Michigan. Here's a widmer says about the demonstrators. Got Some of the outrageousness of what happened at our capitol this week. depicted some of the worst racism and an awful parts of our history in this country. You know the confederate flags and nooses the Swastikas the you know a behavior that you've seen in of the clips is not representative of who we are in Michigan. That's a lie so now we know. The Governor of Michigan doesn't tell the truth we could find no confederate flags and we looked at all video. Shot Okay. No news is we couldn't find any nooses. I mean maybe they were somewhere out. But there's common and there was one sign with the Swat stick and assign said Hieaux. Whitmer decide was attacking. Whitmer wasn't boosting the Third Reich. Now if you remember the Vietnam News watching it all over the place about LBJ. A Nixon ought so whipper just tries to demonize all the people disagree with her by saying that racists Nazis in isn't this is off the chart dishonest. Now you know who she is. You are listening to a free excerpt from Bill O'Reilly Dot coms no Spin News broadcasts where you can actually see me. We'll be right back after this message. It has been reported that Americans are overpaying on car insurance by more than twenty one billion dollars but searching for a better deal can take hours and typically results in lots of unwanted spam calls until now thanks to the Zebra Dot Com with your finances on your mind in the current economic climate. Make sure you check out the zebra. The Zebra Dot com is the nation's leading car insurance comparison site. Because it's the only place you can compare quote side-by-side from more than one hundred providers and also choose the best one for you in ninety seconds or less. They'll never sell your information spammers. So you'll get all those stupid calls or emails. Just has a few questions on a simple fast for and find the best rates and coverage in your state. The best part using zebra dot com completely free tech crunch said it. Best quote the Zebra Dot Com is the Kayak of auto insurance unquote. How much can you save on car and home insurance start saving today the Zebra Dot com slash bill? That's the zebra dot com slash bill spelled. The Z dot com slash. Bill Okay So. The media is rooting for the economy. Not to open and you know why because if it doesn't make a comeback trump could lose so they do one of the worst absolute worst on the air right now. Christiane Armand poor rotate. Do you think finally this president is a danger to the people of the United States and to the world. Certainly one of your former colleague Senator Jeff Flake Republican himself of Arizona has said that he thinks so and he thinks a sound defeat but just to defeat a sound defeat of the president in November is vital to save not just the country but also the Republican Party. What do you make of that? Here's what I make of that. Thank you for asking Christie and you are a zealot a political Zombie. You hate trump. No matter what he did you would hate it all right. Think back has the media. The national media said one good thing about Donald trump just want Susan pan-demic began. Has He done anything right? One thing think I can't think of any and I do this for a living every day. Final forward on General Flynn moment. Roll it okay. So General Flynn of. You've been following this story. He pled guilty to lying the FBI. His whole life was ruined. He got fired as a national security adviser. He has been through hell for three years and now finds out the FBI set him up. They set them up now the FBI agents. Who did it? I think they're going to be prosecuted. I'm not sure but I think but what about Flynn. No coverage on E. mainstream media very scant. They ignored it. And that's another way you can tell when a news operation is dishonest cover story. It's a big story in cover it now. I predict the case will be thrown out breath. Talent or go to guy on these matters is investigating. He'll be here Wednesday. We want to know about the George. We want to know a lot of things that haven't been reported some giving Brett couple of days again all right but I'm predicting the Flynn case will be thrown out and the only thing there is that it does appear that. Flynn DID MISLEAD Vice President. Pence. I'm trying to get to the bottom of that but that appears to have happened but media didn't re report on the FBI setting flint up and disgrace now tomorrow the unintended consequences of the pandemic big. And we'll have it. We hope you here. Thanks for being premium and CONCIERGE members.
No Spin News, April 16, 2020
"It Bill O'Reilly dot com premium members to the no Spin News Thursday April sixteenth. Two Thousand Twenty and fight for your freedom and for your health so once again got a broadcast full of facts and this information is important to you and your family so you might WanNa have a pen and a paper but you always watch it again. I mean you know. We have people watching a couple of times because we do have a lot of stuff and it's sometimes comes rapid fire. But I'll try to be very methodical tonight. Three lead with the state of mind of the president of the United States. So I'm in a unique position to know the man for more than thirty years. You know about the United States if trump if you read the book you will understand him right now. Donald Trump is angry. That's his State of Mont. And it's a two pronged frustration slash anger so he believes that he succeeded Beyond any expectation in putting the American economy back together and having prosperity for most Americans and he did that first three years in office that was his signature accomplishment and what he was going to run for reelection off. Scot the virus killed that now people will remember what he did. There's no doubt that is true. All right and the people who liked Donald Trump will give him full credit people. Who Don't like him will not however people vote on emotion and next November. That's how they will vote not on well. The president did this the first three years. It's not going to be that way. So Donald Trump knows he has lost a tremendous achievement in his pursuit of reelection feet makes them furious. Makes HIM CRAZY? It would be like you. Training for the Olympics and we have thousands of athletes in this position right now and getting to a point of such strength and such accomplishment by practising practising suffering and suffering and suffering and then no more Olympics. That's exactly what happened. Can imagine the frustration of those athletes. Who spent years and years developing their skill and I can't compete because of the virus. Same thing secondly the frustration that Donald Trump has that has turned to anger is. He knows that the media doesn't care about the truth in this country any longer that all the report ties is done through an ideological prism and ninety percent of the national press despises with Donald Trump stands for and the people who follow him and they want a total revision of the American government and economic system. Trump knows that viscerally and he knows he's not going to get any credit no matter what he dubs so he's angry about that. He wants to be treated fairly as most people do. Identify with that one hundred percent because for twenty years and beyond I got attacked not because of my competences reporter in news analysts but by people who didn't like what I was saying and they try to destroy me time after time after time after time after time and finally when there was a management change. You are listening to a free excerpt from bill. O'reilly Dot Com. No Spin News broadcasts where you can actually see A. We'll be right back after this message. You'd has been reported that Americans are overpaying on car insurance by more than twenty one billion dollars but searching for a better deal can take hours and typically results in lots of unwanted spam calls until now thanks to the Zebra Dot Com with your finances on your mind in the current economic climate. Make sure you check out the zebra. The Zebra Dot com is the nation's leading car insurance comparison site. Because it's the only place you can compare quotes. I buy side from more than one hundred providers and also choose the best one for you in ninety seconds or less. They'll never sell your information spammers. So you'll get all those stupid calls or emails just after a few questions on a simple fast for and find the best rates in coverage in your state. The best part using the zebra dot com is completely free. Tech Crunch said it best quote this Zebra Dot Com is the Kayak of auto insurance unquote. How much can you save on car and home insurance start saving today at the Zebra Dot com slash bill? That's the zebra dot com slash. Bill Spelled T. H. E. Z. E. R. A. DOT COM Slash Bill Airlines. This is a huge scandal. And I am trying to get it in front of the president only thirty percent of you. The American consumer who bought airline tickets but cannot fly because of the pandemic. We'll get cash refunds unacceptable. It's gotta be one hundred percent especially because the airlines are getting billions of dollars hundreds of billions of dollars to bail them out. That's our money. That's taxpayer money. And they're not GONNA GIVE CASH RATE FRONTS. Because you can't fly you can't fly and in most cases. They've canceled the flights. No president has to make an announcement that if you have an airline ticket and you could not use that airline ticket because the pandemic which is everybody you get cash refunds back past this enormous fraud and the airlines there beyond shame what they do to their customers on a on a daily basis and I have to say the flight crews and pilots mechanics. They're the best. They're the best in the world but the management of the airline's anyway. I'm working. I'm working and I hope I can get something done face masks all right. So Governor Cuomo says all of us in New York have to wear face masks if we go out but not really. I love this. So the press does report dishonestly. Everybody wear faced. No you have to wear face massive. You're going to be in a crowd which means if you're going to take a subway or bus then you have to wear with and that makes sense. But if I'M GONNA Walk Terror Dog which I have to do four times a day. Where facemask do that. Because I can stay apart from anybody see. So that's the truth on that. But Biden he wants trump to wear a face mask and in some kind of little. He did for unions yesterday. He's still campaigning from his basement. By nece are he said that skull your union is also making the case that the president should be making every single day. I wish he would stop talking and let the science speak. I don't walk out of this House without a mask on. I don't walk out in my yard to talk to the secret service without the mask on. It's critical okay. Fine you're going to have your presser President Biden. You're going to have the little mask on all right so I've got some very important information to give you a final thought. I break okay. So you know that this broadcast is fact based and it is here to give you information first analysis second. I'm also doing that on the radio and we have posted every day the O'Reilly update which goes out to two hundred and fifty radio stations across the country. Wabc here in New York and W. L. S. in Chicago just signed on to monster legacy stations. We're just roll it. Roll it a lot of times the information I have on the radio I don't have on. Tv is just a time thing so check that out if you would check out our radio presentations because it's good. Solid information is quick boom boom and we do a segment called something. You might not know which I don't do here and you're going to have very entertaining the other day I did. What auction items? What people are paying the most money for in sports pop history all of that now concierge members you guys get to email me anytime you want and I answer. Your e mails privately k. Read them to the world and it can be. It can be personal stuff. I can't give you financial advice or medical advice but if I can help you out help you but I'm getting some concierge emails in the so you hear something on the internet or there's some conspiracy you heard about and then you asked me. I don't do that. I don't go there to those sites and I hate to say I don't know anything about it but if I don't know anything about it I'm GonNa tell you so. Don't waste your mail asking me about Internet stuff and I'm not checking it out. I got too much to do you. How much crazy insane stuff's on the Internet? It's about eighty five percent of his garbage. That's all I do all day of checking that out. So this is the word the y you guys are wise being concierge members and finally. I'm not the wizard of Oz here. I don't know everything so I get people asking me these questions about small business and this and that proposed legislation and North Dakota. They're doing I don't know I wish I was the wizard of Oz. You know the real one. Not The guy behind occurred. But I don't know I don't have the staff to check it out so sometimes you're going to get. I don't most of the time I will know it's important but sometimes they all right. We're going to be checking in throughout the weekend. I hope you read the message of the day. Today it's a good one. We'll have a new column up on Sunday. Had this one world fraud. I'm working on that. Now thanks for being premium and CONCIERGE members. We'll see you soon.
No Spin News, July 1, 2020
"Bill O'Reilly here. This is the no spin news for Wednesday. July first two thousand twenty. Stand up for your country. You know I never thought I would see. What I am seeing today and that's why we started the stand for your country campaign because I don't want. America torn apart, and the process is underway and I'm GONNA. Get into it in a very specific way tonight. Now, I went through. The Vietnam Years I was in college I paid attention close attention, and even though the violence and the protests were far worse back in the late sixties early seventies, many many more people engaged the underlying cause was an unjust war, and the war was unjust for a lot of reasons, but primarily because it drafted American, young Americans, and it put them in a battlefield where the US government wasn't really fighting to win. And, that's unjust. And You know it was not a good time in American history, but there wasn't what there is now. And now we have the second American civil war. underway. And the tear down has begun. So this fund the police. This is happening. Is Happening in Minneapolis happening in New York topping in Los Angeles. and. This is going to lead to thousands of people being killed murdered. And those Americans, who feel is foolish and subversive like me. I'm on the warpath. So it's no longer two sides to the story in my opinion. There's the right side and that's the side I'm fighting on. And then there's the wrong side and I'm going to list. This whole thing for you see what I'm talking about. Now I don't want any violence I thought those two people in Saint Louis brought the guns out foolish for doing it and hurt their own cause. I know they broke the gate down I. Know They were yelling at them? I know all of that. But the press is never going to report their side of the story, and if you give inflammatory material to the far left press, which is almost all of it now. It's going to hurt the cause of traditional America. So if it had been means Saint Louis I would have stayed inside my house now. Somebody comes in my house. Somebody starts to destroy my house. That's another thing. You have the right to defend. Yourself and your property. You're going to have to pay a price. If you do that right, you know it in certain areas. They'll come after you. You do have that right? So the civil war is underway, there are two sides. The bad side is the tear down. We want to remake the country. Right because it's racist. This is the bad side. Countries racist capitalism is racist. Our founding fathers were racist. Our Constitution is racist. Everything's racist, so we're GONNA. Tear that all down and we're going to build up a new Socialist America. Where everybody's. Equal and everybody has an outcome a guaranteed outcome by big federal colossus. Guarantee, your health care. They're going to guarantee your job. They're going to guarantee your money. They're going to guarantee everything. But. In return you have no freedom. You GotTa do what they say. So they're gonNA. Pass a wealth tax, so come into your house and they'll take your private property. All, right that's socialism. That's what the bad side wants and they're using racism. To tear down the country to try to impose socialism. Bedside. The good side is we know? America needs to be improved because it does. And I. Hope All of you. Will step back and think about that. You can have a system where four police officers. are standing over a man. Watching him die for nine minutes. You can. The system has to be Reali- not destroyed. Realign. The something like that cannot happen is illegal. It can't happen. This can be done without destroying. Our police system ours has of justice. It can't be done. You are listening to a free excerpt from bill. O'Reilly dot dotcoms, no Spin News broadcasts where you can actually see me. We'll be right back after this message. Report show that Americans overpay on car insurance by more than twenty one billion dollars, but searching for a better deal can take hours and results in a barrage of emails until now. Thanks to the ZEBRA DOT COM. The leading car insurance comparison site the Zebra Dot Com is the only place you can compare quotes side-by-side from more than one hundred providers choose the best for you in ninety seconds or less amazing. Plus we'll never sell your information to the spammers. The best part is it's completely free. You can save up to six hundred seventy dollars a year using the zebra dot com. How much can you say on your car and Home Insurance? Go today and start saving zebra dot com slash bill. THE ZEBRA DOT com slash bill. The ZEBRA DOT com slash. Bill Pew Study. PUGH is alright. They take their time. They're menthol unethical. They surveyed four thousand, seven hundred eight Americans online and telephone. All right. They asked. In thinking about the state of America these days you feel. Seventy one percent angry, sixty six percent fearful. Forty six percent hopeful seventeen percent proud. So an incumbent president, facing seventy one percent of the population, angry and sixty six fearful. It is almost impossible to be reelected. However. With the civil war underway if Donald Trump becomes the commander of the traditional side. He could win. If he doesn't, he will lose. It. Fide and says he's GonNa hold any rallies. Of course he's not. Why would you hold rally? The trump rally was a debacle. People aren't gonNA come out in the age of cove it. All, right now, Biden. Has Not held a press conference in eighty nine days. And he was asked one tough question yesterday go. I'm sixty five I. Don't have word recollection that I used to have. I, forget my train of thought from time to time, you got twelve years on me, sir. Are Have you been tested for degree of cognitive decline. I've been testing. Look. All, you gotTA. Do is watch me and I can hardly wait. To compare my cognitive capability to the cognitive capability of the man I'm running me Nance. All Right? I can't wait to see that as well Biden seventy-seven trump seventy four, but in reality Joe Biden is not. A factor in this election doesn't that sound crazy, but he's absolutely true. It's Donald Trump running. Against Donald Trump. It's either I hate trump. Vote or I love trump vote. Do you know anybody who goes. I gotta get that Joe Biden in the Oval Office. He's the greatest leader I. We have to have him. You know anybody. I know a lot of Liberals and Democrats, and there's no one. No one. WHO jumping up and down because Joe Biden's running for president. No one. Another quick break right back. Go to the Mail Lynn Bill. I'm frightened for our country, I don't even know where to go. Is it over for Republicans? Now it's not. If Republicans figure out that most Americans are traditionalist and don't want their country torn in pieces and if they get some. COJONES S. it's a Spanish word and stand up. Then, this thing could turn around fast. Brian, Zek Dallas Texas. It appears the media controls the narrative by keeping conservative opinion on the defense. How would you is simple man bill change that so conservative narrow gets on the defensive and folks get to hear the other point of view I think the folks do hear it because of talk radio as I mentioned Fox News. But. There's nothing that anyone can do about giant. Rations corrupting the news. The government I guess could step in somehow, but I don't know how. First Amendment. Arlene Rodman Colts Neck New Jersey. Thank you bill for organizing. STAND UP! Stand up for your country and a lot of people that can stand up for America. Stand up for your country, the formal campaign name. I will display the stickers proudly. Thank you for reporting on the ideology and the money behind the black. Lives Matter Movement. K. Column. There's a sicker by the way the column on Black Lives Matter. Global Foundation posted on Bill O'Reilly dot. com must reading. Bob. Wakeman, San Demus California question. What does woke mean woke is a politically correct description of people who have suddenly come to the realization that we are racist, misogynist country, and that everyone's persecuted and there's no fairness. So if you believe that your woke. For the July weekend. I'm off tomorrow. I'm going to have a good time I'm GONNA. Relax I'M GONNA jump in the ocean to pool a knocking to get angry. Not GonNa. Get angry instead. I'M GONNA give money to the independence dot org to help the wounded vets I already gave. A couple of weeks ago. Two big brothers and sisters on long, island. Make a donation on the fourth of July to your favorite charity to help the country I know you're angry, I? Know you're teed off control it do something positive. Be a patriot. We Need Patriots Happy Fourth of July. Stay with US I'm Bill O'Reilly DOT COM we'll be checking all weekend. So you soon.
No Spin News, April 14, 2020
"Bill o'riley DOT COM premium members. Welcome to the no Spin News Tuesday. Fourteenth Two thousand twenty fight for your freedom and for your health to tell you about including some personal information for you about your money your finances. That is very important. And it's a service that I bring to premium members series members. Because I want you to protect yourself. Financially. Is Vitally important to do that now. In order to do that you need you. Don't know what the financial markets doing and what the political market should doing right. So we're GONNA start the political stuff and I'm going to give you a headline I'm GonNa get to it in a minute. But there's a lot of propaganda floating around a lot of things that just aren't aren't true. You may remember the back on March. Twenty four th. Andrew Cuomo made a very big deal about ventilators and he said look the state of New York may need thirty thousand to forty thousand ventilators and of course the federal government doesn't have that they don't have that to get and the present while we're federal government stockpile Bente. Where are they all of that? You remember that okay. Very big story. Well now more about three weeks later right you know how many ventilators New York State is used five thousand and that ship that. The Fed sent to dock in the Hudson River to be a hospital ship in. How many people do their none? So when you hear these things and when the press attacks president trump and president trump attacks back and all a lot of this is based on nothing. Now I didn't say a word about the ventilators one way or the other. Why didn't I say a word about it because I don't know and when I don't know I keep my big mouth shut. I don't say anything. I reported this story but I couldn't put it into any kind of context for you because I don't know how many ventilators are needed to save people from the bars but now the facts are in so a big story. Trump is incompetent federal gums. Incompetent can't get thirty. Thousand Forty Thousand Valet to New York State. They need five thousand dollars. They're sending ventilators back now. The city of New York sending them back upstate again. You'll never hear this. That press will never say gee we overplay that. That was an overreaction. You never hear it. It's never going to happen. You are listening to a free excerpt from Bill O'Reilly Dot coms no Spin News broadcasts where you can actually see me. We'll be right back after this message. 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It's zebra dot com slash bill. That's the zebra dot com slash. Bill Spelled T. H. E. Z. dot com slash bill. Okay so the president then takes last night's press conference on a virus to basically fight back against the press is two pronged war the war against the virus itself and then is war against the press is trying to destroy president trump over the virus so they run a montage. They being the trump administration role concern right now. With the floors country. People are concerned about the krona buyers. Because they're hearing a lot of us about it right now but the reality is comparing it to the flu. For example it's not even close to be a stage. What if it is worse? I is this a moment where maybe countries put politics aside a little bit of pride aside and do we have. Us officials should US professional. Such as yourself get involved. How WORRIED SHOULD AMERICANS BE ABOUT? Corona virus? Cord of ice is not going to cause a major issue United States okay and it went on and on and a million different things so the press was outraged that Donald Trump used the virus. Presser press conference for this. They call it propaganda not really propaganda. Those were things that were said. And there's a ton more and we had them last night before. All of this happened because we take before. Okay so then. The press got furious about it. And here's what happened go. It's very sad when people right fall stores like in that case I guess it was gotten mostly from the New York Times which is a highly I mean if you had libel laws they would have been out of business even before they'll end up going out of business. I just want to unprecedented Christ. Nobody thought we should do it. And what I did it at the time that you bought you know what do you do what do you do? You have no case in the whole United States. When you choose me you reported it. You know. You're a fake. You know that you hold network that what you covered. It's fake and most of and not all of you but the people are wise to you. That's why you have a lower lower approval rating than you've ever had before times probably three plays. Any governor agreed that you have authority to decide when their state. Because you know why because I don't have to go ahead. The president has the total enough. Okay so the question is. Is this a good use of the pandemic press conference for the country and the answer is not fighting with reporters is not a good use of the time. But what else in my question and I said this on a radio with Mark Simone today. What else is the presence was to do if he doesn't fight back against the narrative he's incompetent they do anything and he knew but he didn't do anything if he doesn't fight back against that then he's going to get destroyed because that'll take root you see so he has to and the press conference is where everybody is there all locked in. We're all locked in so I would do the same thing. And that's how I cover the news. What would I do in each situation? I would do the same thing. I be rough around the press. People sitting there because they are dishonest. They know damn well. That no world leader flagged this not one. They know damn well that in three debates no democratic candidate for president nor moderator raised it the corona virus between January force for twenty seven. Thousand one question. They know that. So what is trump's supposed to be this mystical guy? Another quick break and we'll be right back. Gary Borders Spokane Washington Bill. How has the corona dynamic affected president trump's personal holdings they're taking a hit trump organizations? Take a hit. No doubt about it. No tell people know golfing on that Mitch on a message board which dig on Bill Take Gates and all talk about vaccines and contract tracing. I Dunno enough. I just don't know enough you know. I'M NOT JUMPING INTO WATERS. I told you that I'm just not conversant and I'm watching it. But if you hear me analyze something and make a definitive statement. I know what I'm talking about. I don't know that World Larry. I'll be interested in hearing the result of Governor Huckabee's Florida backyard. Sand lawsuit. He lost the first round. Federal judge said that the local county can keep the governor off his backyard which abuts the ocean. Because there's nobody allowed on the beaches we'll see how that goes Kenney. Still WanNa know how China's GonNa pay for this mess. They're not GONNA pay. Then they lost world opinion. Everybody hates China Court of Public Opinion. They lost but nobody can make China do anything bill. Last night was the most condensed amazing fact based news I have ever seen. That's the highest level. I've ever seen you do bill. That's kind of news. Everyone should be getting everyone can get. Everyone can get bill O'Reilly Dot Com but some people you know. 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"Hey Bill o'riley dot com premium members. Welcome to the newspaper. News for Wednesday may sixty thousand twenty five for your freedom and for your health so again we have a lot to tell you about stories you will hear nowhere else And let's get right to it so politics in the pandemic once again There was a little low period. They're low period where a lot of politics the new White House spokesperson Kaley mcenaney had a couple of QNA's but you know Donald Trump hasn't been that Bella coast word of the day bellicose but yesterday travel down to Arizona and he said that his administration was not at all at fault for not being prepared for the Wuhan. Var's roll it. Don't forget the cupboard was bear the other administration. The last administration left us. Nothing we didn't have ventilators didn't have medical equipment. We didn't have testing the tests. Were broken. You saw that we had broken tests. They left us nothing. And we've taken it and we have built an incredible stockpile a stockpile like we've never had okay so all of that is true but it wasn't framed properly if the president wants to be reelected. So here's the deal and I know I'M TO GET LETTERS. But trump supporters have to understand that about forty five percent of the electorate does not like the president doesn't mean they're all not gonNa vote for him depends on Biden and whoever the Democrats throw up there but forty five percent are not real trump fans. That's a lot so if it's me and I'm talking about fighting the pandemic which I think. The federal government is doing fairly effectively. I don't see any incompetence here and if I did I tell you. President trump was lucky or perspicacious. Another word of the day for stopping the China flights when he did in late January. I mean you can't take that away from man. He was ahead of the curve ahead of Joe Biden ahead of all the other Democrats ahead of the media and in the ensuing weeks. Federal Government has spent an enormous amount of money trying to combat the ill effects of this virus and bit fairly effective in doing that. So the way I position it if I'm president trump I said look we're doing a good job getting ventilators respirators and masks. And we're doing it. Because we had started zero. The previous administration Barack Obama had eight years and didn't stockpile anything. I'm not blaming Barack Obama. I would say I'm not blaming him. Because no government stockpiles anything except military weaponry. That's the only proactive acquisitions that are made by any government. In the world the Koreans were just lucky they had had pandemic and they had had stuff left off. That's what saved their okay. If you frame it that way say look. I'm not blaming Barack Obama because no government. Does this no one particular when you have three hundred and thirty million people and you're running a twenty five trillion dollar debt by stuff that happen? We had a pandemic like this since nineteen eighteen. It has been reported that Americans are overpaying on car insurance by more than twenty one billion dollars but searching for a better deal can take hours and typically result in lots of unwanted spam calls until now thanks to the Zebra Dot Com with your finances on your mind in the current economic climate. Make sure you check out the zebra. The ZEBRA DOT COM is emissions leading car insurance comparison site. Because it's the only place you can compare quotes side-by-side from more than one hundred fires and also choose the best one for you in ninety seconds or less they'll never sell you your information as spammers. You'll get all those stupid calls or emails. Just answer a few questions on a simple fast form and find the best rates in coverage in your state. 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You don't have to prove it to make the lawsuit. You can alleged therefore say you open a school. A high school and one kid comes down with the disease. Maybe he got it from his uncle at home doesn't matter massive lawsuit because the bloodsucking extortionist lawyers. Even now are advertising on television Radio Hall. If you're sick you tell me we'll get you compensation somebody die. We're going to sue sue. Sue Sue sue. How can you open up an academy? When every business every school every sporting event every facility can be sued up to here and these lawyers. They don't charge money to sue. They take forty percent. That's called working on contingency bloodsucking extortionist lawyers. There are legions of them and they're starving now because the court houses are closed. This has been going on for decades. This is why you pay so much. We pay so much for our medical care because our doctors have to pay size sky. Malpractice insurance payments. I've got insurance payments all over the place here don't paying thousands and thousands of dollars a year because of the extortionist somebody falls down. Somebody gets a headache. Bang and to defend costs tens and hundreds of thousands of dollars all right so republicans say new can't reopen unless we have protection against called lawsuits Democrat or no no no. No no why I'll tell you. Why Two Thousand Sixteen election year? Democrats received one hundred fifty two million dollars from the lawyer lobby. Two Thousand Eighteen Democrats received one hundred and thirty seven million dollars this year. So far Democrats have received ninety million and you see the Republicans underneath maybe twenty percent of what the Democrats get the lawyer lobbies by the Democratic politicians by them the money they donate goes right into the House and Senate Funding Pelosi Schumer and they dole the money out to people running for reelection. You see how it works. Lawyer lobby hundreds of millions of dollars. That's how they get away with it. This is the biggest con in the United States. Right now the biggest okay. An honest politician on either side of the party. You can't reopen country unless you do that and by the way there are some legitimate lawsuits on covert New York state. Those nursing homes the state government ordering older people who had contracted virus back into the nursing homes. That's a lawsuit all day long is legitimate but the greater good is you can't have this back with the final thought about some fun things to do in. Your downtime is a final vote of the day I I'm not a big Internet guy. I don't know snack Chad from instagram youtube anyway. One of the urgent showed me that on Youtube. You can get concerts from your favorite recording artist. Live stop and watch and this is great. So I'm just going to give you a punch up the doors. I saw them live in nineteen sixty seven here on Long Island Morrison's unbelievable so little doors. Oj's and cooling a gang. I Love Them. I love them all right so I watched them live. You'll dancing songs are great Shoddy what voice so. Her breasts concert was in Switzerland. Montrose Switzerland all right. It's on there. It's fantastic alright. Elvis in Vegas gotTa see if you haven't seen Alvis Vegas Garcia Young Beach. Boys you know and early sixties their harmonies. Incredible all right there harmonies incredible now but back when we were kids and finally three dog night allies coming. That's the song live with three dog night's so that'll take up a lot of time and it's fun and I figured I'd pass out along. We'll see you tomorrow.
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Enjoy the show. I remember stay safe. Stay healthy and keep laughing. Hello and welcome to daily beans for Wednesday April Twenty Third Twenty twenty today the CDC Director Warns Second Wave of Corona Virus and insane interview between the mayor. Of Las. Vegas and Anderson Cooper. Why KEMP WANTS TO OPEN CERTAIN BUSINESSES UP IN GEORGIA? How different rates of testing yield different results? Autopsies find the first. Us deaths occurred early February a real time blower on hydroxy cork when comes forward and a bunch of good news. I'm your host G. Hey everybody it is. Ag I am Flying Solo in a block today. Actually in the INTRO. Today the block is going to be Jordan. Jordan is going to be here to talk to you about that insane interview in case you didn't catch it and even if you did you know what? I'm talking about with Goodman the Mayor of Las Vegas and Anderson Cooper absolutely astounding. I wanted to do a piece on it. And Jordan is going to be bringing that to you in the Abe lock We're going to have a little bit later in the show Our FRIEND NATASHA. Bertrand from politico will be joining us to discuss Senator Ron wyden footnotes in not footnotes but like additional comments in the Senate Intel Committee report. That was released earlier in the week. We we've already talked to David priests former CIA and author about that and we've spoken to Frankford Losey former assistant director of the FBI about the body of of the of what was in the report. And as I was finishing parsing it last night I noticed. These widened comments at the end and I wanted to bring in an expert national security expert to talk about that so Natasha will be with us. She's absolutely an outstanding person. If you don't follow her on twitter you should Her and Kyle Cheney and Betsy Woodrow Swan. Politico is excellent news organization news outlet but as I said Oh and this Friday join us for our cocktail meet and greet if you're a patron We're going to have that at four. Pm Pacific Time It's basically on crowd source if you if you have that APP and the hosts we get up and we just answer questions like fun. Questions and we have cocktails. And we have themes. And we've had a Pajama Jimmy Jam. We've had a get dressed up FEM- and This week steam is music. However you want to interpret that music so keyboard necktie perhaps or You know bring an instrument. Whatever you WANNA do anyway. There are lots of fun. We've had hundreds of people join us on these every week. And it's it's it's one of my favorite things I look for whatever so join us for that but as I said it is time right now for Jordan to be covering that interview between the Mayor of Las Vegas and Anderson Cooper so it's time for hot notes pot notes. Hello welcome to Jordan's corn beans. I will be doing the b-block today covering an interview that some of you may have already seen going around the Internet. Some have not but now you will know that Anderson Cooper completely demolished. Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman on national television the other day. It's my hometown. Las Vegas a bit of a bummer to see the mayor being such a fucking asshole And she gave no fucks. Didn't even try to not sound like an asshole. In fact it sounded like the opposite. If you were trying to be an asshole. That's what it would look like Carolyn. Goodman the asshole emerging from an otherwise smooth. But that is Las Vegas she is the whole and it is sad because jokes aside obviously It's yeah it's the worst. It was such a crazy interview. She goes she goes on What for what I imagine was to try to explain herself further. She just got caught up in saying the wrong thing over and over and over again and she just doubles down this interview with Anderson Cooper and basically what had happened was she. She wants to open up Las Vegas. She's like everybody back to work. We need to reopen you know. The economy is suffering and my people can't take it and we need to open back up. That's a sentiment that I think everybody can at least understand right. They can understand mayors and people of cities feeling this way obviously to feel that way in the absence of any regard for what scientists are telling you is another thing and that is what she really displayed in this interview. And that's why it's particularly disappointing. But she wants to increase. She wants to Like I said reopened Las Vegas but she has zero plans to increase testing and contact contact tracing in the city which is what medical professionals and scientists everywhere are saying is going to be necessary for us to start opening places up again so cooper asks her basically about how she plans on opening up the city with no plans and This is this is the exchange that they had. Let's take a listen. First of all is someone who's pretty sure she possibly had it January. I have already been into the hospital sake. My take my plasma years. What are you doing as mayor on? I'm calling upon everyone to go ahead. If they're positive to go ahead and see if they can help be in part of the preventative or the treatment oil that will have this plasma available. What are you doing anything on testing and contact tracing? Because in order to open businesses every scientist says that well no that's far scientists and the whole thing is is that true. You're you're right fact. You're calling for businesses to reopen every scientist and person who looks. There says what we really need to do. That is more testing. You're tracing that no that can't were. We're not getting the truth. And I know over the years going back in the nineteen fifties with the atomic bomb. Don't worry about more testing in Nevada. You'll all be signed. Take a shower. The reality is the one saying you'll be fine. What we're saying is testing. Contact your words in my mouth. I said open up Las Vegas let us get started and go back as mayor. What are you doing? Or encouraged to feed their families or take care of their. I get I get the pain. That's out there. And it's real and I'm not minimizing. I'm just asking you as mayor. What are you doing to improve testing? Make it more accessible and improve contact tracing because every scientist who you say you listen to will tell you. That's what you need in order to get online as fast as possible. What are you doing? Every single email comes in with offers to give us the kits and get everything here. I send it up to the people in hospitals for them to filter through to find out if these test kits and everything that's being offered in providing you said in another talked to Los Angeles mayor. Eric Garcetti okay if you talk to Mayor Garcetti. He's doing everything he can to improve testing in Los Angeles. I think and I you said it's not your job way. No it is not part of our job. That's part of our health department. Part of our hospital jobs are labs. Those are the ones who are the experience. Roll up your sleeves helping your health department to try to figure out. My days are so full I am everywhere in this city trying to hold the hands of families and everyone else that to get them back to work so they pay for the food for their children and keep a roof over their head. We are two point three million and we so many probably close nine hundred thousand. That are out of work because wonderful cities than shut down. So that's that's insane. All of that is so insane to here. It's like I get again. I get that you want to open up clearly. A lot of people can understand that but she has no plan at all and said that. It's not even her job to have a plan. She says blatantly. It is not my job to work for there to be progress in the realm of getting vaccines done and testing done in contact. Tracing done she just blatantly says. That's not my job and that's not my problem and everybody else can deal with it. My job and I'm very busy by the way she says I'm very busy. That's why I can't look over those other things but my job is just to reopen the city and make sure that everybody's okay In the economic sense. But it's a newsflash. Everybody is not going to be okay without any sort of medical precautions. Moving forward hearing you talk like this is very scary and baffling to. It's baffling the hero. Talk like this. Then she offered up the city of Las Vegas has a control group. She uses words. She calls her people control group in the experiments of seeing how this virus works when they start bringing people back from quarantine so she's literally offering up her people as a control group it is such a scary irresponsibly worded thing to say. I don't even care what she was trying to say. She doubled down on saying things in the Shittiest Way. Just to be antagonistic. Because she felt like Anderson wasn't being fair to her or anybody. That's interviewing her right now. Really could you just keep seeing dumb shit but the call people control group and then to not own up to it when she gets called out on it is incredibly frustrating to hear So I'm GonNa it for you. Let's listen to that clip as May or are you not concerned when you see just conditions spreads this and other people become legionnaires disease? That's just what I said. And so of course. We know that we tried to work on the sensitivities of people to be responsible as to spreading any kind of germ whether it's the don't you think word in Nevada in Las Vegas social distancing? Don't you think it's worked because I mean one hundred sixty three deaths that compared to some other states? That's where for those families. Three two point three million people in southern Nevada. And we've had one hundred sixty deaths. We are sixty three the latest number extra for Nevada. That's Nevada this year hundred fifty two in Nevada. You've had in Las Vegas. You've got one hundred and fifty sixty three two hundred three hundred social distance that you would have had far more without it. Three million here. There are two point three million to overall in the state. The numbers may be off. But I know were well over to not believe so for Disney's live. We were the lion share of the population and in And the jobs when you have twenty three million and you have lost an every one of those hundred fifty. Oh my gosh it could be your own mother your grandmother your grandfather your brother your sister anybody. Everyone of those lives is a tragic loss. But when you count one hundred fifty versus two point three million you have to say we have to open up. We have to go back or bus. Drivers are but hasn't been because of social distancing that the numbers have been what they are. How do you know until we have a controlled group? We offered to be a control group. Anybody knows anything about statistics. Knows that. For instance who have offering citizens of Las Vegas to be a control group to see if your theory on social assistance wrong absolutely wrong? Don't but worse I'm out. You just said excuse me what I said was I offered to be a control group and I was told by our statistician. You can't do that because people from all parts of southern Nevada. I'm in to work in the city and I said Oh that's too bad because I know when you have a disease you have a placebo that gets the water this sugar and then you get those that actually get the shot. We would love to be that placebo sightseeing something to measure against so all data and get the placebo. You don't WanNa get the group against the placebo by the way usually gets the short end of the stick. Well you don't know. How do you know many mayor? You are a mirror. If so that was their exchange interviews about thirteen minutes long you can look it up on Youtube. The full one is there to Anderson. Sure she she ends again saying that testing is not her job at the very end of the interview and Anderson was like well. Why don't you talk to the La Mayor because he seems to have a plan for how he wants to reopen up the city and also have plans in place for this testing in for this contact? Tracing in Anderson is like you know talk to him. He's your buddy she's a yes. He is my buddy. I know him very well. We go way back. He's like okay. Good we'll talk to him because somehow he can figure out a way to work on those issues that you're seeing is not your job you know find it. Find out how he does it. You guys have the same job. Title and Anderson goes a Anderson was like well. I guess the mayor has more duties than you. Do you know like if he considers working on testing and working on contact tracing if you consider that part of his job card essentially than Anderson you know he says Well apparently you know. He has a longer job than you do and she goes. Oh yes he definitely does as if I know she gets the point. She's just being annoying. She's just being really antagonistic because she's she has a very controversial opinion that she is just going full steam ahead with and she gives no fucks at all and she's being incredibly defensive and devil's advocate he and just really really not. She's not doing herself any favors. Like if you're going to take the position that you WANNA open up sooner at least say you're going to try to work on more testing right like. That's the least you could do if your job is to be there for your people and you're saying that you need to reopen up everything immediately because everyone's suffering so much maybe sending them out into the world saying it's not your job to cover any of the medical requirements necessary to make this as safe a transition back into anyone any kind of normal where we're going to see again. At least at least you could say you could. At least say you're trying you know but you're sending your people that you say you're doing this for because you care about them out into the world calling them a control group it's so counterproductive her messaging. It's incredibly counterproductive realistically. I think Vegas just has an insane amount of hotel owners that are just very erase. Should say people invested in the hotel industry that I imagined are like constantly nagging her and she's probably getting it from all sides but I do also know that there are people involved in that industry. That don't WanNa just haphazardly. Open up because they understand that. That's not good either but I feel like the stuff she saying so nonsensical that it can't be what she just at in her heart you know wants to do. She's probably under an incredible amount of pressure from a bunch of rich people. That don't really care how everything opens up again. Because they're most likely going to be fine so they're willing to take that risk because the blood really won't be on their hands and I think this is kind of how being the Mayor of Las Vegas tends to go. You know. It's I mean it's a crazy fucking city But New York seems to be handling it. Well La is on their way to handling it well in terms of testing and how to come back from the struggles that we've had until this point when it comes to contact tracing and. I just wish that she would at least not be a complete ass about how she's she's saying all this stuff it's damaging it's you know. I know the the mindset I have a bunch of friends back in Vegas the mindset. There's just totally different than it is in California and California right now. Everybody is just super on the same page at least from what I'm seeing in terms of locked down you know if you go out and you're like oh I hung out with someone here. Everyone's like what in Vegas I have friends that are going in hanging out with other people just for funsies right now so. It's definitely a different vibe. There and I have to wonder if that's because the messaging might be coming from people like her. That are saying this this crazy shit. You know throwing out ideas like it's okay for everybody to just be a control group and getting back to this. Everybody wants to get back everybody. Obviously I'm not saying we can never get back again you know. No one's saying that no one's saying we need to be in quarantine for like ten years straight. Everybody is just saying that is trying to be rational about this. Please just keep listening to the scientists. That's all. Is that so much to ask during this science centric problem. Can we just do that? Can We? At least try to do that and her answer is no. It's not my job. So thank you Anderson Cooper for being on her ass about the dumb shit she was saying I do think he kind of tends to be a little bit too antagonistic to the point. Where it's like. Okay you're clearly just trying to you know. Get Get your jabs in. Which sometimes you know. I'm a fan of but personally it would be nice to see. Maybe you don't have to try to make her look like a Dick. She makes her look like herself. Make Look Make. She makes herself look like an asshole on her own but I do appreciate him following up on the absolutely ridiculous things that she says so everyone. If you're in Las Vegas let us know how you feel that And if you agree with my assessment of you all kinds of having like a more lax mindset when it comes to the social distancing thing that's kind of what it seems like I do know there's a bunch of people that are doing it very seriously as well. I'm just going off of what I've heard. But that's Mahat note from corn beans and mccutchen. Everybody had a great day. 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There is some new polling out and I wanted to share these numbers with you From a morning consult poll. Only fourteen percent of Americans say which would stop social distancing to stimulate the economy even if it means increasing the spread of the virus whereas seventy six percent say Americans should continue to social distance for as long as necessary even if it means economic damage. Seventy six percent of Americans not Democrats American seventy. You can't get seventy six percent of America to agree on anything but they agree on this. We should continue to social distance for as long as necessary and a Quinnipiac poll says seventy two percent of Florida. Voters say that Florida should not loosen social distancing rules. Seventy two percent of Florida says this They should not loosen rules. By the end of April twenty two percent say they should and seventy six percent say that the state's economy should only reopened when public health officials? Deem IT SAFE I. I'm assuming that means as opposed to politicians probably a wise choice. Seventy six percent of Florida voters. No Yeah Florida voters and a new Reuters. Ipsos poll Reuters and put these polls out. Seventy two percent of adults in the United States. Said people should stay at home until doctors and public. Health officials say at safe and that includes eighty percent of Democrats who are the twelve percent. That's weird that seems low fifty five percent of Republicans say we should stay at home until doctors and public health officials. Tell us it's okay. And seventy percent of independence. Big Number right there. Independent swing elections. So that is a big big number. Seventy seven and ten independence. These are encouraging poll numbers in the face of governors like Rhonda Santa's in Florida and camp and Georgia who are reopening businesses without even meeting the gate and criteria for phase one reopening set forth by the trump's by the trump task force the White House Task Force and Camp in Georgia appears to be opening businesses that require actual contact between the client and the provider like the opposite of the businesses. You would open I. And he's naming that he's like he's calling them out like body piercing shops TATTOO PARLORS. Nail salons hair salons a massage studios. I'm surprised he's not. You know opening up vomit oriels or GDP inspiration point where people make out hug city. Come to hug city and you know in the store where everyone's face but David masterson positive something more sinister on twitter. He says this is about making sure people can't file an employment. It isn't about saving lives. It's certainly not about the peak of the curve. It's not about reopening the economy. He says he thinks a lot of people are going to ignore the governor. And stay home regardless. This isn't a decision. He says being driven by Epidemiology. If there's no state order calling for businesses to be closed the people who are unemployed can no longer claim their unemployment is involuntary even if it would be utter idiocy for them to return to work a hairdresser or a massage. Therapist cannot maintain social distance. But they can certainly file for relief unless the law says they can work. So gyms fitness centers bowling alleys. Where y'all share shoes and body art studios barbers cosmetologists hair designers NAIL CARE? Artists AESTHETICIANS School there and they're beauty schools and massage therapists not banks not software firms. Not Factories not schools and he says it's no coincidence that the businesses on this list staffed by relatively poor people because that's who he wants off the unemployment rolls and then he says after they die. Well they're mostly black and Brown people or Asian people or poor people and that's an acceptable political loss for Republican governor. The purpose of this he says is not to open up these businesses. It's to get the workers there off the Dole work and die or don't work so that was a twitter thread that I read. I read it and this is just an. It's a theory you know. These are just beans. they're not my beans but I wanted to share that with you and I wanted to see what you all thought of that But that guy's name is David Masterson and you can find. It Re tweeted on my twitter feed at muller she wrote all right and and oddly trump said today in the White House press briefing. I know don't usually talk about them but this made the news. He said he disagrees with Kemp on opening up based on a model that says Georgia and eleven. Other states shouldn't open until June eighth. It is April Twenty. Second Twenty third if you're listening M- on Wednesday June eighth. This model says but trump was very soft on this. He said however he didn't mention the June eighth date any said Well I disagree with what he's doing but he's the governor. He can do what he wants to do what he needs to do. So the buck clearly doesn't stop with Teflon Don and a doctor said today. He was removed from a key. Federal Agency in charge of developing a vaccine for Corona virus after pushing for rigorous testing of hydroxy chloroquine. The doctors names Rick. Bright was a career official and he was leading the administration's push for a vaccine but says he was pushed out for trying to limit the use of hydroxy chloroquine. We'll talk about this whistle blower a little more in detail in a bit with Natasha Bertrand. But he has hired Christine Blase. Ford's lawyers and he's he's and his name is out there. He's not. He's not threatened by exposure from bill bar in his bully assholes and in another story here the head of the CDC. Dr Redfield said we're going to. He told The Washington Post. We're going to have the flu. Epidemic Corona virus epidemic at the same time that could be devastating but he said today when asked about at the press briefing that he he. He did. Say that he he actually. There's no but here. He confirmed that those were his remarks. Twice and that This spring what we just went through. We had the benefit of having the flu season. Beat over so we could. We could use all of our flu systems to say this corona virus but next fall and winter we're going to have to viruses and we'll have to differentiate between the two and he says the comments. I made Are that that will make it more difficult. Not impossible just difficult and What I was wanting to do is appeal to the public that they really can help by getting the flu vaccine so we can eliminate as much as possible because we don't have a vaccine for Corona Virus. But we do have a vaccine for flu. He he did not mention or comment on his word devastating though and at that point trump but it said that the headline in The Washington Post was wrong though And the headline said that it will be more devastating and Redfield at was asked out again. Did you mean that? Did you say that? And he he again said He. He confirms what he told The Washington Post but he did not affirm or deny that he used the word devastating but trump insisted that he did not know when a reporter a woman by the way asked Redfield. Why did you re tweet the article? If the headline was inaccurate at which point redfield just left the podium and trump pointed the woman with his index finger pointed at her and said you weren't called. You weren't called scolded her and then Burke Scott up and said she wanted to address. The word devastating. She said we've well. We've learned a lot and we're building together in the strength of the American people and their ability to protect themselves and we have this summer to prepare for the fall if cova comes back so we're preparing making sure all the pieces are in place and what Redfield was asking for was to follow the guidelines and get a flu shot trump then said but it in from the sidelines and said there's a good chance cove it won't come back in the fall so that was just a shit show. Redfield wouldn't back off of his comment. Trump called it fake news. He shut down the reporters asking about it. And then Burke said we'll be ready if it may be possibly potentially comes back and then trump added if it does come back. It won't come back in the way that it was it will come back and smaller doses. We can contain. He said what Redfield was saying if it comes back with the flu but from everything. I've seen it can't be anything like what we've just went through for everything he's seen. It can't be like what we've just went through all of these pandemics. He's been through he. He's seeing it won't be what we've gone through. In the spring at which point berks left the stage just exit stage left so trump is promising. We will not go through what we've gone through. Someone asked him. How can you know it won't come back? Worse than before to which trump answered it may not come back at all and if it does come back it's not going to come back and I've spoken to like ten different people and it's not going to be like it was ten different people. People hate the races people so trump is telling America. It's not gonNA come back in the fall. Don't worry about it comes back at all. It won't even be in. It'll be in small doses and will contain it because we know how to wash your hands now. No one ever heard of washing hands but every fifteen minutes. No one even knew what that meant. He actually said that yesterday. No one knows what that meant. Wash your hands every fifteen minutes. But now we know and we have three months to prepare so absolutely ridiculous and from the Washington Post. According to health officials in California at least two people who died early and in mid-february had contracted the novel Corona Virus and died from it. That's weeks earlier than previously thought and both patients hadn't traveled so it was contracted from community spread according to health officials. Initially the nation's earliest cove fatality was thought to have occurred February. Twenty ninth in Kirkland Washington and then one in March and in March health officials then linked to February twenty six deaths to Cova earlier deaths. Now the ones that are in early and mid February could mean cove in nineteen may have been misdiagnosed in many people earlier this year being mistaken for pneumonia the flu and also modeling like the model. That said you know we would be at one hundred thousand deaths by August. It was adjusted down to sixty thousand deaths by August but we just had an update. It's been upped to sixty six thousand deaths by August. What trump calls a win models like these rely heavily on the start date of an outbreak if date gets pushed back models have to be redone to be reviewed could increase the number of people believed to be infected right now? So this is a big deal. And we'll be right back. After this to discuss additional comments on the Senate intelligence reports by Ron Wyden and the new whistleblower with Natasha Bertrand says stay with us. Hey everybody it's ag in today's episode of daily beans is brought to you by molecule. Did you know over? 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Hey everybody welcome back joining me today for the interview with politico national security correspondent and MSNBC contributor and Natasha Bertrand and Tasha. Thank you for speaking with me today. Yeah I'm young. Yeah no problem so so. I've studying and parsing this recent report released by the Senate Select Committee on intelligence which I'd like to remind. Everyone is still chaired by Republican Richard. Burr and I've spoken to this week already spoken to David priests about it and Frank Lenzi about it and that was mostly about the body of the report. As it pertains to you know the proper predication for opening the Russia investigation et Cetera. But then I got to the end you know I just. I didn't get to the end until recently and there are these comments by Senator Wyden additional remarks and a couple things a couple of things struck me and I wanted to ask you because I know you tweeted about this He wants us to understand that. The report doesn't only support the intelligence community assessment that Russia interfered in our elections to help trump in two thousand sixteen. But he says why didn't hear says it also debunks trump's false assertions about Ukraine. How does this report do that? Yeah so one of trump's conspiracy theories since he was elected really has been that the DNC the Democratic National Committee was actually hacked by Ukrainians. And it something to do with. The group has something to do with the DNC server being in Ukraine and cloud strike being owned by Ukrainian which is not true. All of this kind of nonsense that his own advisers tried to wave him off pretty early on In his presidency. But that really just stuck with him probably because he had Putin in his ear telling him that Ukraine not Russia was responsible for hacking DNC and releasing all of those emails in two thousand sixteen. So what this report with the SEC- report does that came out this week is it definitively says that the assessment the intelligence community made in twenty seventeen about Russia's election and your parents was fundamentally correct that it was the Russians who hacked the DMC and it doesn't say that in so many words what it says is that because a lot of this report is blocked out. What it says is that they found these judgements to be analytically. Sound and that there was an appropriate amount of analysts and Good sourcing that went into this determination including the attribution to the Russians The basically the entire section is redacted including sections on motivation. But what we do then. Is We go back to the ICA intelligence near the assessment. We see what they said about. Of course the the Hammadi and see what they say is that they can attribute the cyber attacks on the political organizations. Which of course was the Democrats in two thousand sixteen to Russia? And so you know you go back. Is this your report? They say they find that to be sound. You're basically debunking the president's conspiracy theories about Ukraine Yeah and I can't help but wonder what's under those redacted par portions of Putin's role in Putin's goals in this and if it has to do with putting the blame on Ukraine. I mean we can sit here and guess what's under those forever but it's just. I thought it was very very fascinating that Ron Wyden. Just put this at the end of the report lake. Just a couple of things that I WANNA point out. I mean I think we were told that By Senator Kaine not what's under? The reductions is primarily predominantly like ninety nine point nine percent having to do with Sourcing so for Putin's motivations enroll for example. It most likely has to do with the person inside the Kremlin that the US government has been running as a source Because that's really the only way that you could get it at Putin's short of intercepts. I mean having someone near Putin and his inner circle hearing him express his preferred candidate. is really one of the only ways you can get a definitive read on on his motivation. So that that would be my guess. It's sources method stuff. Yeah Yeah and we did have that guy that was eventually pulled out a like a deep. Kremlin's by that had to come back exactly could be him could be peop- somebody would never heard of but yeah that's definitely all has to remain redacted But it's just it's absolutely fascinating and then and then and then this just freaks me out. It goes on to say and I haven't heard this come up in a while it with regards to the Russian interference he says he's concerned about Department of Homeland Security and the intelligence communities assessments. Lack of commentary on the vote tally manipulation. What does that? What is he referring to? Yes so I think what he means is that he they. There wasn't enough kind of investigation or really any kind of investigation done into whether there was any there was no forensic investigation done rates. There were intelligence gaps and there were caveats that were not included in the public version of the and that of course is alarming because the icy and administration officials have been saying for years. Now that there is no evidence that any votes were changed and that of course kind of conveyed a sense of certainty To the American public that you know they have competence when they went to the voting booth but Ron wideness. Egg is that there were serious. Gaps indeed Jesse's assessment and this to my knowledge and you pointed this out earlier is seems like it's the first that lawmakers come out and actually called D H s out on this So you know. I think it's really important to go back and recall that it's always been. There's no evidence for this. We haven't seen evidence of it. It's never been you know. This is definitively not what happened. So I think it's an ongoing saga with regard to the actual vote counts but the election structure to my knowledge has has improved a bit of twenty sixteen but it really hasn't improved as much as it needs to. Yano and he brings up. You know paper ballots. Landmark paper ballots something auditable. A paper trail Some things that people are obviously concerned about and and it's not even like That there's no evidence that they didn't even look into it and because Muller said this in his report at least from his vantage point with his investigation he's like I can't tell you if votes if the vote count was manipulated because I did not even investigate that and so and of course you know the the. There's going to be certain people who take that to mean. The Votes. Were not manipulated. But here's Ron wyden saying we don't know if they were and we need to know these kinds of things and I wanNA bring that to everyone's attention right exactly bananas. What occurred what a interesting timing to you. Know with the whole release bars release or the. Mci Rick Grenell's release of the DOJ AIG's footnotes and. It's yeah I mean. I think there's a reason why those have been selectively leaked to from journalists Of course of course the most all say about that. It was like the selective leaks of the struck page texts. You know in the middle of the night from the Department of Justice. But don't say where you got them right exactly. Yeah I mean I. I don't think anything is a coincidence. These days right so you know it. Can't it really can't be and now this last minute thing? I wanted to ask you about just because of your. I know your background rick. Bright the doctor Totally off subject here. But this doctor who is now like a live action whistleblower coming out of a federal health agency working on a vaccine. Saying I was taken out of my job because I was pushing back against Hydroxy Cora Quentin And I just find that absolutely absolutely fascinating that we have a live. Real time whistleblower. That didn't get punted by some deny are pushed aside by the Department of Justice. So I think this is going to be a fascinating story. Yeah this is going to be a big fight. Especially because I mean he hired the same lawyers that represented Christine Wasi Ford. He is clearly going very big on this like he leaked the statement. I The New York to Miami near times to ensure maximum exposure. So he is going all out. I mean when he was fired a few days ago we ERC when he was tired when he was reassigned a few days ago we all thought that was very very weird. It was very abrupt and our health folks just said that it just didn't smell right so it makes sense now that the truth is coming out on but it just goes to show that like this administration will will do virtually anything to make sure that trump looks good And that he is above all else you know seen as seen correct encinas doing. What's right in this situation? So even at the expense of actual expertise so it's going to be a an interesting storyline to follow just a personal question not personal but personally wouldn't why do you think trump pushed hydroxy. Clark when so hard I? It doesn't seem like it's a profitable drug. Do you think it was just to some way to get reelected. Like what was his motive. You know it's possible that he there are a couple of things that could be possible. The first is that he had rudy Giuliani in his ear. constantly. Who has been pushing this for weeks and weeks? Not Months as a potential cure rudy. Giuliani is someone who's extremely influential on. Who Trump really respects and he has been talking to the president for a long time about this. So that's one thing it's like. Trump has a tendency to just do in say with whoever you know whatever was locked in his ear from whoever But another yeah. Another possibility is the more cynical one which is that. He just wanted a cure and quick And he thought that it might speed things off and reopen the economy. Which of course he needs to to potentially reelected so there are a couple of reasons. The New York Times floated the possibility. Of course he has some stock in some companies that may benefit from it. But it doesn't seem like it's enough money to actually really make a difference for him but you know Kurnia them all that you really can't You can't write it off. Yeah no and maybe not an actual cure but maybe a. You know a figurative cure. That can't be disproven. You know not kind of kind of Shit. Who knows I assume some day somebody will dig it up and we'll figure it out? 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A. dot com slash daily beans for fifteen percent off. Econ WIRELESS EAR BUDS BY RECON DOT com slash daily means. You'll be glad you did all right. Everybody welcome back. Thanks again for joining us today. And now you've stuck around for it. It is time for the good news. Of course joining us for the good news block as always Jordan Coburn Jordan. How are you? I am doing well today on this fun. Earth Day it. Yeah what is a Wednesday? I forget yes. It's just a Wednesday after yes. Yeah Wednesday I'm doing. I'm doing well. I have been exercising and I think I tore both calf muscles and I have not been walking easily the last two days so I oh God walked today. Dude you and me both. I dislocated my knee the other day. The day before yeah. I squatted down to get the dog food. I wasn't even exercising. I was getting a dog dish to give her food. And I stood up and my knee was out of its socket when I stood up and as I stood up at got further out of the socket and sort of bent sideways and so I had to kick my leg really hard to pop it back in and I went on twitter for medical advice as one does and that was a mistake but I decided on a course of Ibuprofen icing it every twenty minutes elevating and then before I went to bed. I wrapped it up in. I put a bunch of CD Tiger Balm on it and then wrapped it up with a with a Nice Secure. A bandage like a compression bandage and then Had some wine and then fell asleep and then it was it was. It was much better the next day which I think was today. Maybe could've been yesterday so I yeah I'm feeling you. You tore your calf muscles. It's terrible yeah I mean I say. Tore being dramatic but The yes I I definitely did. I did an exercise for far too long and I was like my legs. Feel like they're seizing. Why is this? I'll just keep going and then I kept going? I woke up the next morning. Like fuck I felt you know. This is a bleak thing but you know in like German shepherds have their that thing when they get older and their Achilles kind of get like all floppy and they're just like yeah. There's kind of like flopping their feet around basically just trying to get around as best as they can. That's essentially me and my apartment but on but on two legs I'm fine. Sounds that sounds terrible. Yes it is a total privilege problem and I'm doing great is the short answer to your question. Good I'm glad I'm glad these are the things I have the ability to complain about. But but yes we have so much. Good good good news from all of our listeners. And we have a lot of funny quarantine confession today too. So Do You. I'M GONNA pop into it or did you have your own good news. I my only good news. Was that my treadmill got delivered and It's been assembled and now I need to wait for my need to calm down before I use it but it's here and so I'm excited about about being able to do that again because I haven't I haven't been running in in a couple of weeks you know. Yeah be careful. Are you looking up like knee? Pt Exercises and stuff. Yeah and you know. I do a lot of stretching and yoga stuff and now that I think I feel like if I have if I hadn't been doing yoga I hadn't had that sort of background. This could have been a lot worse. I feel like because they've got like good musk. Musk muscle structure around the area. That helped with the healing but man that treadmill from fucking big nude. It's either she can figure it out. I'm sure she can help. You can just walk. I couldn't find a I couldn't find a mid century. Modern treadmill confined treadmill from the sixties doesn't fit the decor and it's huge. But using what would that look just like a Martini holder on one side and the long cigarette stick on the left. Probably one of those belts that just shakes you and you stand there And it comes with a hat. That has a fishing pole of the twinkie. At the end of it just and you and you were and you wear your kitchen dress with your apron while you're on it and heels it is. It is a hill whole resistant treadmill belt to me. But that's my only good news. So now let's hear what our listeners have to say. I need the good news boost today. So let's dive in. Let's hear it all right so I from Cory Cory says my boss called me today to tell me how happy he is with the work. I'm doing and how satisfied he is with hiring me. Also I sold all of my turnips for over three point. Five million bills today in animal crossing Wuhu. What the fuck. I can't get my bell. Price of sixty nine bells interesting number. I know what's I again am unfamiliar with the concept so bells currency in the animal crossing land. I imagine yeah bells like a dollar right and you can play the stock market the S. T. A. L. K. market five buying buying turnips from Sao Jones. J. O. A. N. Sao Jones. She's a pig named Joan so sow Jones. Instead of Dow Jones. You can play the stock market by buying her turnips and so you buy them for like ninety bells a piece or whatever and you have to buy them ten at a time and then you go and you go to the store every day and ask what the price is for turnips and if it's above if it's well above what you paid for him you know. Sell Your turnips man. But you can only but they only last a week so if the price just keeps going down you know you're you're gonNA you're GONNA YOU'RE GONNA lose your ass in Sao Jones stock market interesting. How has covert affected the animal crossing economy yet? Or is it more or less unfazed the only difference is it? There's no social distancing rules but there are face masks available for sale in nooks. Crannies your story by things. Even though there's no pandemic you just choose to wear would just feel some kind of moral consistency in your own life. I like that That's Nice I'm excited to get the game. I set up my Nintendo switch. That one of our listeners gave me out of the huge amount of kindness in their heart. And I have Crash bandicoot the trilogy of Games. I grew up playing which is very exciting. And then Mario Kart eight inches. Pretty scenario carts. Good yes Okay so I gotta get animal. Crossing next is my point all right at him next up from Nikki. More animal crossing news. We purchased animal crossing for my son's birthday. After hearing about this game on this podcast and other outlets it has raised my curiosity to play it myself. My husband and I are both working in schooling from home and I have enjoyed playing this game so much that when I am done with my work for the day I kick my kids off whatever game they are playing so I can make my island a five star island. It has been a long long time because I have looked forward to play video game. That doesn't have any kind of violence and brings me this much joy. I limit my news watching after I play so I can have my good feels vibe when I start my nightly routine with my family yeah see it's I love that you just kick your kids off That's that's awesome all right. Dad's turn everybody out love that God. This game is changing the nation isn't it world Okay next from Brion. Good News and confession. I've been stress ordering comfort items for myself that I've always felt guilty for spending money on like extra books. Puzzles bath bombs cute mugs little home luxuries etc. I justify it by ordering my favorite local small businesses. I think I'm doing my part to help the local economy right right. I say absolutely that is that is correct fantastic. I gotta find. I've always I've I wish there was a sort of phonebook. Just for small businesses in like each city so you could just flip through and just source all of your stuff from local businesses. That would be so nice. I usually go to the specifically the there's a San Diego. Lgbtq plus Business Chamber of Commerce. And that's all locally owned mom and pop businesses owned by a folks there folks in our allies of the LGBTQ plus community. I like to. I like to lend my support to them. So that's where I go. And then also there is a black business bureau of Commerce in San Diego as well as a Latino one so I generally tend to search for what I'm looking for in in those first and then if I can look at whatever mom and pop shops I can find and then maybe some at C. creators or Folks who do small businesses through Amazon fulfillment You know just like that. Yeah that's great. I think Eireann when I worked in the small business office at UCSD there was a we did some work with LGBTQ group because they were just starting to recognize that label as one that can essentially get you. points with the federal government in terms of Russia's as state government. I think it was the state of California and I was GonNa Start having yells UBT Q. Procurement requirements which was really cool. And I wonder what the status of that is now. I hope that it's well on its way to being a requirement but But yeah there's tons of and there's like veteran owned ones too. I know Via Be in right. I think that's veteran owned small business. Like there's a group like that. Yeah and here is the sad part. I own a small business in. I'm a veteran and I'm not part of that. I need to get on that. Yeah totally yeah. They have We always used to go to the conferences to like present and stuff and and They always had amazing resources. And it was really cool community Anyways great news Thank you a love that health and local economies next up from Philip this past weekend my wife and I had our annual Polish feast drive-thru style. We cooked enough food for twenty four friends and had them come by to pick up their food and half hour intervals so we could sit on our porch swing and sit on our porch swing and catch up with them from a safe distance. That's fun. What an amazing idea. Yeah like a drive by dinner party. That is so fun. I just imagine you throwing Polish sausages into their window at high speeds aren't everybody opened up through and then they fly through the air and make that. Who's WHO's a helicopter sound. Yeah I can imagine it. Then that's so fun next up from high team. I'm an opera and classical singer in New York City and totally out of work. Obviously the good news is some friends have created a new opera specifically to be performed live on zoom basically they've invented in mastered an entire genre since the start of quarantine and performing in it this weekend. If you want to check it out find it on. Facebook it's called all decisions will be made by consensus which is also the title of the opera. It's weird wonderful and under fifteen minutes. Yay Awesome Awesome. That's so cool. What a great idea. Hell yeah that's beautiful. I love that went out. All decisions will be made by consensus. That's what it's called okay. Finally from Heather. Here's a good news story for you in mid February before. Most of us knew what was coming with this. Cova saying my daughter talked me into adopting a Dr for the pound. I was a little apprehensive at first because I'm not necessarily the best kind of dog owner but called me at work when afternoon and told me I needed to come to the pound as half to meet this dog. It was a fully grown Anatolian shepherd. Mix We finally were able to take her to the vet last week and we were all shocked to learn that she weighed in at ninety three pounds. That's a big Doug as we when we first. When we first brought her home we could see the trauma the stock had been through. Unfortunately the pound didn't know much of her story other than that. Someone had adopted her and returned her because they didn't make a guard dog out of her or they couldn't make a guard dog. Got Her in the beginning. She seems scared of everything. She would cower just because I stood up to fast or because I set something down the table with a clunk I would give her a treat and she would swipe it and run and hide as if she was in trouble for taking it. It took a week before she let out a single bark but now two months later. It's amazing to see the transformation. This dog has gone through after living in a kind and come home where she no. She is loved. I realized early on in the Corentin that might zoom meetings gatherings diety so I started making sure I had a good supply of rawhide bones on hand. I'm pretty sure she has come to associate my bosses voice so the rawhide bone now because she is gone from cowering Because I gave her a treat to now strutting around the living room as if that rawhide bone in her mouth is a badge of honor. That means she is the best dog ever and she is. I may be an in confident dog owners. Sometimes but I'm pretty sure she is the perfect dog for her perfect home with us. How man you gotTa Call? You GotTa Call Your boss Mr Pavlov. From now on so sweet. They're so many cool stories if everybody adopting dogs right now and cats and other animals and as really cool big hearts ninety three pounds. Y'All that's like almost nine scare emojis ways. Now I felt like throwing a scare Mucci in as measured today. Heavy amazing if he only weighed ten pounds. If all of this camera up here and saying it's been perspective shots right well. I figured since since eleven days a SCARAMUCCI that eleven pounds is. That's so funny beautiful beautiful. Thank you heather okay. Now we're onto quarantine confessions we hear you. We don't have a sound bite for that yet right. This is just going right into it. I know I feel like we needed one. Quarantine Quarantine Corny give veterans confessions. Yes or like we need some sort of a church music. Yes I was just going to say we can ask the kind of like. Oh whatever like how do you how do I can't? I can't harmonize on my own here. Obviously but settling like like hanes him How do you say that Hint? Is that a is that a Catholic thing Catholic him. Hymns get hers hymns yes precisely sleigh that would be great and we're or what's the thinking of like some sort of like nineties? There's like some song that has that music in the background. With this like sexy. They touched like beat. You're talking about it's I. I'll figure it out. Oh Oh oh you're talking enigma. You're talking about the Gregorian chant or not at all had. Yes no something like that. We could do Gregorian chant or we could even do Eddy Izard when he sings a hymn. Oh God I know from ages past hope is yeah we could. We could do any clips. I'll work on that figure out a good. I grew up Catholic. I'll find a clip okay. Perfect I'm counting on you so you didn't go to Catholic School for nothing. It was all for this moment into finally WON'T BE IN VAIN. Mine knuckles bled for you. I hope not. I got a are at moving right into it. Korte Confessions I ever member amber says. Today's the first day in about a month a quarantine that I actually sent the good morning message to my co workers. While I wasn't still in bed under the blankets and bonus. I even showered before I started work would do. That's fantastic. I love that. That's like a nice hindsight confession. That's a that's a should wrapped up in a good news. That's like it. I like it too. Yes I think everybody's working from bed if there it's so deserved. Everybody deserves to work in bed. So fucking hard. Even worked to the bone by this capitalist society forever. Take your checking shoes off all right next from anonymous a couple of weeks an accordion. I ran out of shampoo. Shave my head at the same time. I stopped shaving my legs. I went for a walk the other day. It really enjoyed the sun on my scalp and the spring breeze blowing through my leg hair and to be honest. I'm thoroughly enjoying the new. Look not only because of the economic benefits and convenience but secretly also as an f you to my boyfriend who decided to let the Xbox homeschool is kids and not help with mine. That's so funny dude. Hell from anonymous I was GONNA say. Are there pictures but probably not if it's anonymous I love that Fuck Ya at. I saw another person who shave their head and it looks dope. It looks so cool. Yeah feels ice. There's it feels so nice have you. I used to In College I like shaved half of my head when that was in and it used to feel so nice when it's like growing back in your heads off fuzzy it's the best Sauce super soft. Yeah yes okay. Next from Bronwyn. I write to you from Sydney Australia. In due to this worldwide apocalypse I lost my job a month ago so I have decided to wholeheartedly throw my technical skills into my puppy. Shoebox instagram profile. Corentin has made me become one of those people. Sorry not sorry. Ps You can follow him at Chewbacca. Underscore the underscore Labra doodle. He already follows you back. He's very politically minded. Levy is you keep me sane and informed come to Oz once this is over. I Will Cook you all dinner. Ooh Let's do it. Oh Heck Yeah I'll do that. Fuck Ya and they're in Sydney. God I want to go to Australia. So bad me too okay. Hopefully we can make that work. Thank you for the offer. Thank you for the Quarantine Confession And everybody follow Chewbacca. Underscore the underscore. Labra doodle on instagram. Okay next up from Lola. Lola says is my nightgown on inside out and also backward. Why yes it is. Do I care fuck? No yes love that. What is stitching? Anyway who cares love it finally Or No second-class from anonymous in quarantine. So far my wife is baked cakes. Rice crispy treats sweet bread. Lots of cookies and accidentally in quotes ordered two gallons of chocolate ice cream for curbside pickup. Guys I think she's prepping me for cannibalism. Yes beware that's so funny two gallons of chocolate ice cream. Oh my God I just started eight boxes of girl scout cookies based on our conversation yesterday and one of the girl Scout Councils in need was west Utah End so I ordered it from that specific one because they They basically when you go to the website it gives you a list of Girl Scout Councils that need the most assistance and you can pick from that list cool. That's great I'm going to open that Tabah. My Browser an assignment forget actually toward some fucking cookies Okay and finally we have a quarantine confession from I don't I don't know if they WANNA be anonymous or not. This one came through twitter. Dm So I'm just gonNA keep doing on us but this person said my library posted a meme joking about how everyone has memorized library card member number now because you needed to check out yearbooks but they also use your library card number in your last name as the Default Sinan you change your password later so I was reading the replies in every time a trump supporter replied with card number. I put the Miller report on hold for them and it is delivered immediately to their ear reader as the library has unlimited copies. I know it's wrong. I was frustrated. I love that first of all. First of all trump supporters go into libraries. All right okay. Yeah that's true. I do feel like this is a nice alternative to going and stealing trump yard science. Which is what my drunk itself has done in. My acts of protests in this is much more productive. At least people learn lance this way. You're not trespassing with this one. Yeah what if like? What if? What if she did that or he? I'm not sure sorry who this person was. But what if they photo shopped by Reagan onto it? Do you think that would make a difference? Mullah report written by the mother of Ronald Reagan by Ronald Reagan Muller. I Bet I bet that. Would I swear to God if you changed that people? There's a decent chunk of people that would pick it up in read it. It'd be amazing. Just throw in a couple like reaganism. 's In there you know more or less as long as you get the point across really all that matters. No one's GonNa fact check any of it really the part about Ronald Reagan writing. At least yeah you could put right in the beginning that you know The Russians hacked the election from the Shining City on the hill. And people would go yeah. That's Reagan yeah there's GonNa be. He's GonNa have to be a lot of gaps in historical knowledge for this work but I have rain still being alive for one exactly. That's the that's the first one. I have faith in the readership though. I think they can not know things will enough for this to work Oh and by the way. Thank you for all of your confessions. I do now have the best a clip for the segment and so you will have already heard it by the time. You're hearing me tell you this but now you can go. Yep that was. That was the best thing that you could have picked a G. You're absolutely right so it's going to be great. You'll see or you will have seen. You will have seen already. What does that the past present? Perfect tense something that something. That hasn't happened yet but it will happen but is in the past but is in the future. We'll we'll have so weird. Yeah especially since we're prerecording. That's a whole new second. Return him to it. That hasn't been hasn't even been invented yet. What if you prerecord something for the future? That hasn't been played yet but it's something in the recording that refers to something in the past in the recording but in the future too. When you recorded what is that That sounds like star. Wars Shit sure does all right. Yeah we'RE GONNA have to go back in time and get some wheels to save the planet. I think is what's going to happen. Speaking of on Earth Day I watched a documentary on a Disney. Plus if you have it that's all about fuck I forget what it's called. I'll have to find it but it's it's a documentary about a woman who's dedicated her life to see conservation essentially like conservation of coral reefs and sustainable fishing and shit like that and basically throughout the course of the documentary. They're looking at and convincing people to essentially expand a protected part of the ocean around so that it's like did I talk about this. I may vary talked about this. I don't remember either way. It's basically like creating a national park in the ocean and they wind up being successful at the end Obama winds up signing it into existence. So that's that's pretty fun. Earth Day Nature Doc. If anyone's looking for something to watch celebrate I it. Sounds like it's a happy ending to it does which is really really nice. There's a couple happy ending things excellent. Which is it's not all just bleak. Good then yeah watch that. If you have a chance today. Las You about looking that up to all right. Well that is the good news and our corning version. Thank you all for sending a menu knew how to get hold of us by now and send those into us and thank you for all of your support and for listening. We really appreciate it and I just. I can't thank you enough. Thanks Jordan for joining me. Everyone please take care of yourselves. Take care of each other. Take care of the planet and take care of your mental health. I've been gee I've been Jordan Coburn. Them's the beans daily beans executive produced and directed by AG. And Jordan Coburn and engineered edited by Mackenzie Mozelle and Star Burns. 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No Spin News, April 13, 2020
"Bill o'riley DOT COM premium members. Welcome to the no Spin News for Monday April thirteenth. Two Thousand Twenty fight for your freedom and for your health so once again. We have a very methodical program with lots of information for you. So it's always good to have a pen to paper if you're involved in speaking with your friends or posting on the message boards or doing any of that even if you're not having information available to you and your family and friends is a really positive thing you have your own private News Service. Bill O'Reilly Dot Com. Use It all right here. Young my analysis of the pandemic is not based on politics. Need to know that right from the jump because almost ninety percent of what you are seeing hearing reading is based on politics not the actual virus and how it's affecting you health wise and financially. That's not what's happening right. The viruses being filtered through a political prism. We do not do that here if you're looking for that and get it on the cables to talk radio it's everywhere that's not what we do. You must understand that in order to process the information of giving you now the point of view on the pandemic from the administration from President Trump. Who is the administration all right? There's no one else. It's not a collaboration. They're not high level advisers. He has conversations but he does what he wants to do. Okay understand that. Unlike Barack Obama unlike George W Bush unlike Bill Clinton they were decision makers but there were powerful people that could steer them no one can steer Donald Trump. That's why I wrote the United States trump. The book nobody can so. Donald Trump's point of view is. He's doing a magnificent job handling this corona virus. He is not going to change that point of view. He is not going to admit any wrongdoing. He's not going to say gee. Maybe I could have done this better ever. He's gone to his grave and going into election day. This November saying I did a magnificent job. That's his point of view. The point of view of the Democratic Party slash media. Who are working together in concert to defeat. Donald Trump there is no separate media now from the Democratic Party does not exist. Now they're out are outliers like Fox News. The Wall Street Journal editorial page. But they're not nearly as widespread as the other national media combined and even Fox News is not what it used to be. You know that and I'm not disparaging anybody. It's not what it used to be the level of organization the level of communication between the network and the viewer is not what it once was to truth. Everybody knows it without Donald Trump which the network has built its programming around one man. Where are they just asking all right so you have a couple of outliers who will give? Donald trump a break or even promote him but ninety percent of it is working with the Democrats to get him the hell out of the White House in November. So that's what's happening. So the democratic slash media point of view is trump knew about the virus early and didn't do anything to mitigate because he's in competent and on feeling that's their point of view and light the president. They're never gonNA change no matter. What evidence is presented? So you have to steal pillars not gonna Ben so a discussion about those pillars is useless. You are listening to a free excerpt from Bill O'Reilly DOT COM. No Spin News broadcasts where you can actually see me. We'll be right back after this message. It has been reported that Americans are over paying on car insurance by more than twenty one billion dollars but searching for a better deal can take hours and typically results in lots of unwanted spam calls until now thanks to the Zebra Dot Com with your finances on your mind. 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She is `and disciplined in what he says go the. Us has thirty percent of the World reported coronavirus cases and almost twenty percent of the reported corona virus. Deaths Sanjay Gupta said. That's this is all because we got started too late in the. Us is that right. Do you agree you know. It isn't as simple as that Jake I'm sorry I mean to just say this is all happening because we got started too late. Obviously if you look. Could you have done something? A little bit earlier would have had an impact. Obviously but where we are right now is the result of a number of factors the size of the country the heterogeneity of the country. It's I think it's a little bit unfair to compare us to South Korea where they had an outbreak in day Goo and they had the capability of immediately essentially shutting it off completely in a way that we may not have been able do in this country all right now. That sounds pretty reasonable right. No the headline pulled out of there and put on the left wing media sites which is ninety percent of them is out she says. Could we have done something a bit earlier? Would it have had an impact? Obviously okay now found. She should know that. The despicable jake tapper as intellectually dishonest. A man that there is on the media because he portrays himself as a report. He's not a report he's political. Left Wing Hack and always has been okay found. She should know that tappers bathing him. Because here's what foul? She said a bow. Their Corona virus on Newsmax January twenty. First go bottomline. We don't have to worry about this one right. Well I you know obviously it needs take seriously and do the kinds of things that the CDC and the Department of Homeland Security are doing but this is not a major threat for the people in the United States and this is not something that the citizens of the United States right now should be worried about. Okay that's January twenty first so if that's what the lead doctor unaffectionate diseases for the federal government is saying. How would president trump no any different? How now the next day? I said You'd Better Watch this virus right now. I was in contradicting Xiaojie. I was basically seeing Geo political storm. Developing all right if you hate country you're gonNA like my final thought of the day all right. We'll take a break. I'll be right back. So here's the final thought. As you said the top of the broadcast there are people in this country who hate America and this is a theme in the hate trump. Press so that not only do they despise donald trump. They hate our system they want. Socialism open borders. Whatever maybe now there is a guy that writes occasionally for the New York Times. His name is Vic Tat Tong with all right. Viet Viet Thanh went. Viet ton. Went is his name. He's a college professor teaches English at the University of Southern California. He actually won a Pulitzer Prize for a fiction book. Now he had written a column that says the America. We need all. That's the title of the America. We need let me just read you. And this is encapsulates. New York Times quote if anything good emerges out of this period might be an awakening to the pre existing conditions of our body politic. We were not as healthy as we thought. The biological virus affecting individuals is also a social virus. It's symptoms inequality callousness selfishness and a profit motive that UNA values human life and overvalues commodities even if America as we know it survives the corona virus it can hardly emerge unscathed if the illusion of invincibility is shredded for any patients vives. Neil fatal experience than what my die after Kovic. Nineteen is the myth that we are the best country on her a immigrant from Vietnam who teaches at the University of Southern California. So we're not the best country on her now. This is the theme of the far left media. You need to understand. That truth does not matter to them. Context doesn't matter. Perspective doesn't matter. Nothing matters other than changing everything. In America everything become a secular society destroy religion promote open borders promote abortion promote anarchy promote income redistribution promote taking private property. Seizing it all of that is involved that the country. I WANNA live it. That's why I fight so hard against it. That is what the New York Times wants. All right that is what. Cnn NBC News. And then you say why. Why would they want that? I don't know but they do. Thanks for watching tonight. We'll see you again.
No Spin News, May 7, 2020
"Bill O'Reilly DOT COM premium members. Welcome to the no spin. News for Thursday may seventh two thousand twenty fight for your freedom and for your health. Happy Birthday to my late mother. She would have been ninety seven years old today. Angela Drake born in northern New Jersey and died six years ago. I had a good life except for me a I think the challenge but I wanted to acknowledge my late mother who was a fantastic mother. She really was okay. Get a lot to tell you about so while we're on the subject of elderly and my mother lived into her nineties and she had a good life as I mentioned so in the Cova Vid Saga. It is the older people that are getting hammered. I mean really hammered. And I want to give you one statistic top because it's just stunning There have been seventy five thousand. Americans killed so far by Kovin. Alright thirty five thousand. Almost half are over the age were over the age of sixty five so it is an amazing situation. Five thousand between the ages of fifty five and sixty four so once you get to sixty five the leap and that's because your system your immune system doesn't fight off the infection as you get older. You have other conditions and many people do. You're in bad shape all right. So this information comes from the Kaiser Family Foundation took a look at all the elder people and cove it more than ten thousand. Elderly Americans have died from Cova de in nursing homes or they contracted there and then died in the hospital. Ten thousand and that's because many of these homes are fully run and we Americans have never respected ever in our history. Older people not like the Japanese Japanese of the best society on Earth for senior citizens. They are taken care duty bound by their families. Nursing homes are a few not many and the older people are revered in Japan. Not here there dumped all right and we visit mom maybe Sunday Mother's Day visit dad on Father's Day. Maybe Christmas maybe Easter but they're dumped and in Florida places like that vast retirement communities a lot of kids. Don't care don't care about their parents especially if they're struggling and they have families of their own and you gotta we don't want to deal with it and that's what you see in here. Are you seeing very very intense situation particularly in New York City? We have a lot of poverty right. Everybody thinks the skyscrapers. This New York is fifty percent. Foreign born is an enormous amount of poverty and older poor people they get dumped into these facilities and the state of New York ordered. Kovin patients that came out of the nursing homes. Have the disease were treated back into the nursing. Homes confronted with that and confronted with more than ten thousand deaths. Andrew Cuomo said this about the Nursing Home Skull. They have to know who they can care for and who. They can't care for them if they can't care for them. For any reason. My staff is out sick. I don't have the P. I can't quarantine I can't isolate for whatever reason they have an obligation to call the State Department of Health and say I have to transfer this person and we have existing facilities and beds for them. But nobody knew that until a few weeks ago. No one knew that wasn't publicized. And the state certainly didn't anticipate this seventeen hundred dead in New York. Seventeen hundred in nursing homes ten thousand national all right. So that's what's going on there and Got To protect yelled one of the reasons that we got a while where the mass and all of that so we don't spread it to that. You are listening to a free excerpt from Bill O'Reilly DOT COM. No Spin News broadcasts where you can actually see me. We'll be right back after this message. 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How much can you save on car and home insurance start saving today at the Zebra Dot com slash bill? That's the zebra dot com slash. Bill Spelled T. H. E. Z. E. R. A. dot com slash. Bill Harvard Study. It says that only nine states have met the criteria for reopening the economy the criteria according to Harvard. The Harvard Global Health Institute is testing. And I'll get to the moment. I The nine States Alaska Hawaii Montana. North Dakota Oregon Tennessee Utah West Virginia and Wyoming although states have enough testing to meet the Harbor Global Health Institutes Litmus Test Now. The testing is basically a trace. So if you have it then the authorities traced back where you got it if they that's fine and I support that but the testing doesn't mean the human being being tested is free of contagion. He may be or she may be on Sunday but next Wednesday. They may get it. You See. That doesn't tell you what it's going to be. So this is a false premise. What they call. If I were back at Harvard at the Kennedy School I raise my an of course professor would tremble and I'd say professor and this is a false premise. You telling people that testing is going to stop the contagious true. It will help in tracing which if you can trace enough could stop some of it but not old hang tough and here's an announcement all right. Let's get to the male Mark Thornton rates. Just listen to you regarding Sweden and the infection rate there but then I saw Tucker Carlson interviews wings ambassador to the US. They both touted Sweden's infection rate being no different than its neighbors. What gifts well mark? I looked at the transcript of that interview. Actually my producer did and related it to me and Crossing didn't ask the ambassador about the comparison of rates of contagion and he didn't address the ambassador an interesting so you got that wrong. Here is the truth about sweep. The only comparison that can be valid is between Sweden. It's Norway neighbor and it's Finland neighbor swings population is ten million Norway. Five and a half Finland five and a half deaths per one million people in Sweden. Three hundred three hundred deaths per one million deaths in Norway from Kovic forty one deaths in Finland forty-six as compared to three hundred Sweden kept its economy. Open didn't shutdown Norway in Finland There the stats. That's the truth. Now you can make up your own mind. Perhaps it's worth it to have more guests to keep the economy role it. I mean that's an opinion question but my job to give you the facts that you can base your opinion on facts. Dd Ranya in Killeen Texas. I knew about atoms. John Adams the Alien Sedition Act. I knew about Abraham Lincoln suspending Habeas Corpus. I did not know until listening to the May five notes for news about Lincoln and his attitude toward newspapers. And Editors I'm so glad I became a concierge member for life on May fourth and I am really glad you thank you for pointing that out. Richard how did you get connected with Brett? Tom And do you have a favorite guest of all taught. I don't have favorite guests. The presidential interviews. I interviewed six presents. Were the most challenging and interesting for me bread. Tom is a man who is honest. And who is articulate? That's what I look for in a guest. I scout all over the world for people like that all right and I saw Brad in a form and now he's a regular on the no Spin News Christopher Mirrors Greensboro Georgia. Just read your book. The United States trump outstanding. Love Your Writing Style. Quick to the point also just upgraded to lifetime concierge membership during his crisis. I LISTEN TO PODCASTS. On hour and a half walks every day. Chris were happy to have you as a concierge member for life. We hope other people will consider that. 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No Spin News, April 15, 2020
"Bill o'riley DOT COM premium members. Welcome to the no Spin News. Wednesday April fifteenth. Two thousand. Twenty five for your freedom and four your health. Tell you about today and I'm very happier. You're watching us. We also at the end of the program and the final thought. Need your advice so siggraph that so the lease ray is the blame game. As you know the Democratic Party the media they're blaming Donald Trump The virus out of control his fault. He doesn't know anything. He's the devil on and on and on now trump administration is Now blaming China and the World Health Organization now that is a crew attached to the UN United Nations. That's funded by all countries in the world. Of course most countries don't give anything but we give about five hundred million dollars a year's a lot of money now the World Health Organization for whatever reason all right likes the Chinese government in Beijing and when the virus first appeared in December of last year December. Two Thousand Nineteen the World Health Organization really. Wasn't that aggressive investigating any kind of took the word of the totalitarians in Beijing. That it was under control was not bad. No person to person transmission all of that so the. Who Do said Okay. All right and turned out That was all bunch of Lies and by the dereliction of duty. The W. H. O. Helped the lies. They should have been in there. They should have been looking himself. They weren't so donald trump is blaming the W. H. O. rotate today. I'm instructing my administration to halt funding of the World Health Organization while a review is conducted to assess the World Health Organization's role in severely mismanaging and covering up the spread of the corona virus. I would have done the same thing absolutely would have done the same thing. Why are we giving money as organization winner that incompetent or corrupt? So we'll investigate and then we'll either resume funding it or not depending on the findings logical for everybody who no. No no no so Nancy Pelosi. Who is a point person in the hate trump move and now she's taken that responsibility she told? Nbc News Quote. This decision is dangerous illegal. And we'll be swiftly challenged she says it's illegal because Congress is the one that decides who gets federal money to explain so now like now trump did nothing. Good chancy blows your wise and you do some against whol. It's possible possible so on. Cbs is warning the director of the CDC organization. I respect Dr Robert. Redfield says I'm just going to say the. Who has been a long standing partner for the CDC went off CBS? All over the place look at Tropico. Irresponsibly is even. Cdc likes to whol Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. You know the game all right. Cbs Morning News. So again I think the action should have been taken. I've liked to know who's going to investigate the W. H. O. I would let the CIA do it. You know it's foreign organization you et to do it report back in ninety days. What happened Rita reporter American people that make sense to you? You are listening to a free excerpt from Bill O'Reilly Dot coms no Spin News broadcasts where you can actually see me. We'll be right back after this message. It has been reported that Americans are overpaying on car insurance by more than twenty one billion dollars but searching for a better deal can take hours and typically results in lots of unwanted spam calls until now thanks to the Zebra Dot Com with your finances on your mind in the current economic climate. Make sure you check out. Zebra the ZEBRA DOT COM is emissions leading car insurance comparison site. 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Say what all right so now that you know what's in play truthfully you know that when the President says we're aiming for May first to reopen the country economically the resistance POPs fourth rolling. The plans at the White House are almost non-existent helter skelter. No one is really in charge. The I don't think there's a big bang here. I think we have to approach. This is a very incremental. Approach the authority to have the police power to determine when to open a went to shut down. Businesses and schools. Rests clearly in Governor's hands. This is such a moving target data. I think the biggest mistake we can make his rush to a decision. Okay now. I'm as good win as a historian. Who's full of who we? Don't you love that word who we if a person United States declares a national emergency as MR TRUMP HATS? His orders supersede the individual states. Now we'll be litigated. So Andrew Cuomo or Garin Gavin newsom. They can make an argument look. I'm doing this public safety of my people and I can't have Washington telling me what's best for my P- so it would be litigated. But clearly all right if president declared a national emergency presence charge. Goodwin knows that by the way. I'm not going to call the woman a deceiver. I'm not going to do that. Which she knows that. So why is she misleading? Everyone I don't know I can't tell you you got Tom. And your hands. Redick killing books are eight of them are factory factory or warehouse working? We ship them fast. You buy you get free stuff. Lotta people are reading killing books. Now you learn a lot and they're fun quick break and back with. I need your help on something in a moment okay. Final thought of the day. We are prospering here. Bill O'Reilly Dot Com as never before. 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No Spin News, July 27, 2020
"Welcome to the no spin news I'm Bill O'Reilly Monday July twenty seven, two, thousand twenty. Stand up for your country, all right pad and paper alert so we're going to give you are opening salvo on the two thousand and twenty presidential campaign. Now this is eleventh campaign covering as a journalist eleven. And the first one was one thousand, nine, hundred, seventy six. Jimmy Carter. I talked to the governor of Georgia time, and that kicked it off and I have covered every presidential race since. But nothing like this. Because of colgate covert has changed politics in America. and. I'm going to get into that during campaign, and we will bring you information. You'll get nowhere else. Which is why you're here, I, oh! Now, they're going to be a lot of changes. Ninety nine days from now, so in ninety nine days. We all go to the polls to vote. Some of us will mail it in I'm going in person. To be a lot of changes, so the polling you see today is really not relevant to anything. It does give you an indicator of popularity. or Trends. But. It doesn't mean anything I can guarantee you. The next ninety nine days will be turbulent. In this country. Major changes are going to take place right before our eyes, which is why I'm glad you're here. And I can predict the outcome of the race probably by Halloween. Time Hillary versus trump five days out. I predicted the winner when all the other polls except Rasmussen. Had Hillary went. I knew. Donald Trump is going to win I think I'll be able to give you that. On Halloween and that's fitting, right? Now. Let's start with Donald, trump. Let's evaluate him where we are right now again. This is going to change, but is where we are right now. So his strength is the economy. He is a free market capitalist he has. Knocked out a lot of government regulations put into place by Barack Obama. who was not really a free market capitalist? He was an income. Re Distributor President Obama. Trump is. Not He wants a robust economy that brings as much money into the American family as possible on all lines and he was successful right to do that. The Democrats CEO is set up by Barack Obama as. It was tax cuts for corporations that spurred on the trump economy for three years then cove it hit, and everything blew up. That has made Donald trump very angry and frustrated. that. This virus comes out of China and wipes out the US economy, however, if you really step back and look the stock market is held. and. That is a very. Powerful indicator right, but there are millions of Americans out of work, and the government is paying trillions of dollars to prop up people, so they don't go under and is all that. Now the perception of America in the world. Is also due to Donald Trump so it's a factor in selection, not a big factor the economy Kobe. They're the two biggest. In, the World Donald Trump is not hated. He's a much different guy in private negotiations than he is in public, so we saw that with the president of Mexico comes up here. Trump charmed him. Trump has a good relationship or had a good relationship with the president of China. Now, it's not good because covy. Putin and trump Putin uses trump. Trump wants megadeal with Putin I. Don't think it's ever going to happen in the first interview that I did with Donald Trump after he was elected president I told them Putin was a bad guy. Trump didn't believe me, but he is so i. don't think he's ever GonNa get Donald. Trump's ever going to get anything out of Putin and Putin will continue to put the screws to the USA, but overall American perception abroad is fairly good. DESPITE WHAT THE PRESS SAYS! The leaders understand that they benefited from the American economy in Afghanistan Donald Trump wants to pull the troops. You know, look if it were me. I do the same thing how. Twenty years there. Twenty years. The Afghans going to have to take care of it and if they. IS GOES BACK row. Qaeda then we'll draw them. We'll blow them up in the air, but we gotta get out of there. So trump's instincts there are right. So all in all. If it were me and I'm a historian I, Donald Trump did a lot better job is. And Barack Obama. The Iranians fear him. Isis has been crippled. Al Qaeda's been crippled. So I'm okay with a trump foreign policy, you are listening to a free excerpt from Bill O'Reilly Dot Com. No Spin News broadcasts where you can actually see me. We'll be right back after this message. Now many of you me included are worried that our 401k and retirement savings everything we've worked very hard for over. A lifetime could've accurate. We live in very uncertain times with all the fake news where stuck wondering where to turn for fact, based financial investment analysis. It's important to have an independent expert working in our corner to preserve in grow our savings. 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These people who want to destroy the federal building and all of the other things I have a permit. Therefore, the Portland Police Bureau and the State Police of Oregon. Under the authority of Cape, Brown, the governor could come in to spend. Say No more. Protests unless you a permit? And if you do, we're going to put you in jail. They can do it. They aren't doing it. So afraid. Of the radical left. People run. Oregon are radical left themselves so that they're afraid and they sympathize. Okay the Oregonian newspaper very left wing. Reports, downtown Portland destroyed. Businesses shuttered boarded. Nobody can make any money. City is done. Cities Portland Oregon Nice Job Mayor Wheeler. Seattle okay Saturday. The protests there you go. Forty seven people arrested on Saturday just on Saturday. People, set fire all over the place threw rocks and bottles. Fireworks at cops are fifty nine. Seattle police officers fifty nine. It about nothing. And if he got arrested, nothing will happen to them. They will be prosecuted. They get arrested. They get booked her out by. Case dismissed. Louisville Kentucky, we had problems there. Seventy six people arrested in Louisville Oakland California they burned down a bunch of buildings. Aurora Colorado suburb of Denver. I used to live in Aurora. Okay. Saturday night. Somebody drove. Vehicles were crowded demonstrators all right to people taking Ospel Austin, Texas more trouble there. About Criminal Violence Chicago over the weekend ready. Three dead, fifty, nine shot wounded. Fifty nine. She got. Average weekend windy city. New York thirty, four wounded ten dead, so the better shots in New York than they are in Chicago. Chaos. Unbelievable chaos. Ha and this will continue believe me. Finds looked present because they're going to be a little restraint now trump send it in federal four. Police officers. Someplace to try to stop. It can do that. Okay. Cove it. Thirty thousand people are taking A. Medicine. That may turn into a vaccine. Okay, this is through a biotechnology company out of Massachusetts Coal Madonna phase three clinical trials. All, right? Let's pray I. Mean that literally. Let's pray. Let's get this vaccine. Another quick break and then we'll be back with black lives matter in the workplace. Report show that Americans overpay on car insurance by more than twenty one billion dollars, but searching for a better deal can take hours and results in a barrage of emails until now. Thanks to the Zebra, DOT COM! The leading car insurance comparison site, the Zebra Dot Com is the only place you can compare quotes side-by-side from more than one hundred providers and choose the best for you in ninety seconds or less amazing. Plus they will never sell your information to the spammers. The best part is it's completely free. You can save up to six hundred seventy dollars a year using the zebra dot com. How much can you save on your car and Home Insurance? Go today and start saving zebra dot com slash bill. THE ZEBRA DOT com slash bill the ZEBRA DOT com slash bill. All right final thought of the day this weekend. I was out and about and. So a lot of folks, everybody was. Nice. Couple of stairs I get a little stealing. Anyway. Everybody, the mass so does not a lot of conversations. Doing. But a few people did say to me I work in an office or I work in a plant or I work someplace, and they're black. Lives matter everywhere every. What do I do and here's my answering? This is a serious thing. Do not talk politics in the workplace. I know it almost goes against. Stand up for your country. But in your private space, you can do whatever you want can say whatever you want, but don't want you putting yourself at risk, so if say you say I don't really like the black lives matter global foundation so you say that. And Perfect right to say I don't like it. But that's not going to get back. What's going to get back is he doesn't like blacks was she doesn't like blacks. The rumor mill soon. I mean they're never going to quote you accurately ever in a million years. Don't do it. Don't put yourself at risk. In a place where you don't have authority and control. Where other people decide what your paycheck is never? Talk politics in that. Arena, F Life is not fair. You're not protected in the workplace. Unless. They fire you without cause and they say he's a racist. She's a racist. She upset everybody that can make up holes conscious and he will. Don't do it not worth it. Okay? When you're out, if you WANNA debate, people, and you WanNa do it. Do it in a kind way. Don't do it in a mean way. Don't get a rifle or do all at. But never in the workplace, please. Thanks watching. We'll see you tomorrow.
No Spin News, May 5, 2020
"Bill o'riley DOT COM premium members. Welcome to the no spin. News for Tuesday may fifth to my out happy sinking out to all our Hispanic Two Thousand Twenty I believe the Arrays Year of the pandemic I read. Today's was the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. I believe that's true and so we're going to give you information tonight that it's going to help you. I believe and your family. And that's why you subscribe to this service because unlike the TV news and the newspapers we want to help you with our information flow so you may remember a book. Called Future. Shock was out in one thousand nine hundred seventy so the wapping six million copies and the book is based upon innovations that we're going to change the world and the United States. It was all right. It wasn't anything Dramatic but it was all right reading. Well now. We have another crossroad. Where things are to chain going to get very specific about this because I support new. You saw at the apex of the unemployment situation. I think about forty million Americans are going to be out of work. That doesn't count the so-called gig people who work off the books who drive cars who Worked for tips. That doesn't count them but people's file an income tax. You Work In a Company Small Business Forty Million GonNa get laid a laid off. Now you remember back. In February we record low unemployment. Three point five percent so in the space of three months Total economic collapse now. The good news is that the collapse can turn around. Quickly is a lot of money in America and there's a lot of people who need services so this can turn around very quickly. The bad news is that companies and employers are using the pandemic to weed out people that they don't like nuisance employees. Anyone who's a threat so you know that if you're an older worker and you could fired on necessarily you can file a lawsuit ages. A woman misconduct all day long. You're not doing well or somebody's bothering you. Or whatever may be misconduct any kind of minority at all. Mistreated goes into the federal system files a lawsuit. All employees now who are in those categories can be easily swept out with the pandemic layoffs. Now I'm not saying that's right. Of course it isn't right but is absolutely a reality. Any nuisance employees by companies explains pandemic layoffs and Amick Lyles. That is a key if you are a working person to your future if you think you are considered a nuisance by your employer you gotta take action exactly know what that action is if you come concierge Murmur and tell me what your story is might be able help you but anyway so businesses are realigning going to be plenty of workers available to fill the spots where people are laid off so you get forty million people looking for work the businesses no they can upgrade and realign and that's what is happening the second thing in the future shock realm. Let me turn off this. Dopey phone I should have done it before we started. But these things always confuse me anyways off now. Okay is worship again. You're not gonna get this anywhere else so I go to mass every Sunday because I can't get behind in atoning for my sins. I gotta stay current or it's all over. Forget run over by a buys is only guy you. I go to mass but I don't go to mass now because there is no mass because all of the Church services here in New York and most of the station shut down. Now you get into habits in life. People go to church services but then they don't go little people and honor beside going back and the churches themselves depend on contributions. Pass a plate have any money big impact on churches and worshiped in America. You are listening to a free excerpt from Bill O'Reilly Dot coms no Spin News broadcasts where you can actually see me. We'll be right back after this message. 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It's zebra dot com slash bill. That's the zebra dot com slash. Bill Spelled T. H. B. R. A. dot com slash bill. So there is a town hall on Fox on Sunday night. Three point eight million people watched that townhall not a big audience for the President United States. Giving two hours to answer questions about the pandemic. I don't know why but wasn't particularly successful during the town hall right. Donald Trump said this. I am greeted with a hostile press. The likes of which no president has ever seen. The closest would be that gentleman right up there. They always said Lincoln. Nobody'd get treated worse than Lincoln. I believe I am treated worse. Okay now I actually talked to president trump out this very thing when I had dinner with him in December. I'm not name-dropping. I'm not bragging but I told him that. The only president more vilified by the media. Then you Mr President was Abraham Lincoln I disagree with Donald Trump. I think Abraham Lincoln got it worse but Mr Trump's point is that you didn't have cable news and twitter and constant unrelenting press report ties back then you just said newspapers so in a way he's right but the tone for Lincoln lead whose death led to his assassination. Cnn immediately gathers doors Kerns Goodwin who is a historian and it's written some pretty interesting books. I was shocked by what she said. Go how does the treatment that President trump receives compared to that which Lincoln received well? Lincoln would've been argued by the other side. By the north. He would have been argued against by the Democrats when he did. Those great debates with Stephen Douglas. They could report on one of his debates and say in the Republican paper. He was so great. He was carried out on the arms of his supporters. The Democratic paper might say he was horrible. He fell on the floor so they had to carry them out in shame so he was used to that kind of bifurcated media but he would hardly complaints false. Now I'm not gonNA call the woman a liar but she supposed to be a historian. She wrote a book about Lake. What she just said there is one of the most misleading statements about Abraham Lincoln. And his times I have ever heard. That's how ignorant that statement is. The truth is at Abraham. Lincoln was the most oppressive president toward the media. The press the newspapers in history. And it's not even close. He dwarfs John Adams. Who signed the alien and Sedition Act? That was aimed at the present putting them in prison. If they criticize the Atoms Government Lincoln actually jailed editors who opposed in list mint into the Union army. He had them jailed. He shutdown newspapers Abe Lincoln for national security reasons. If they opposed the war effort knocked him right out jailed. Him actually true. 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Stephanie Grisham is also out the door ruth bader Ginsburg rails against the Wisconsin election decision a discussion about negligent homicide with Frank Lucy and just a day after trump slammed the HHS inspector general for her report on equipment shortages he removes the Inspector General for Corona virus funding. I'm your host G. and I'll be joined later for the good news with Jordan Kober. Hey everybody it is. Ag I'm here. Quarantining and Quarantine Day. Let's see fourteen fifteen sixteen seventeen days. I think I don't know I've got the Little Hash marks on the inside of my cave. I'm not in there right now but I'm doing well I'm doing well It's getting a little easier to be completely isolated by myself. I do have the pod pets. I will admit that I'm very grateful. Pod Pets I'm playing animal crossing now and I've I've I've noticed now that I do my regular chores like I do like I do animal crossing chores and like okay so I need to take the sheets off the bed. Take the sheets to the laundry room. Put them in the washing machine. Take what's out of the washing machine. Put it in the dryer on my way back. I'll take the trash out from the laundry room and then head to the kitchen where I'm going like I planned it all out like Yeah it's pretty ridiculous and then I look at the weeds in my backyard and I leave them there. That's the one main difference between tweeted. Crossing in my real life took a shower. Today changed the bedding. It was awesome my feel feel pretty good today I just got finished talking to Jordan with the good news block. You're GONNA love it. It's at the end of the show and I have an interview with former assistant director of the FBI Appointed by Bob Muller. His name is frank fog lucy and he'll be with us For the interview. We're GONNA talk about negligent homicide and trump culpability. It's a really interesting conversation. You don't WanNa Miss Let's see what else is going on. I ordered more three wit candles from bath and body works. That's my new addiction And I ordered a treadmill today pulled the trigger on a treadmill. I don't think gyms are going to be a thing for a while and So the money that I'm saving on the gym. I can just make payments on a treadmill plus. It's rainy season so you can't run outside so I just sit. I can't I can't exercise. I get sort of Mopey and then in the rain doesn't help and it just sort of turns into this weird snowball depressive effect but not anymore got got that on the way This Friday we're having another cocktail Quarantine Q. and A. Session. Last week's theme was the Pajama Jama. Jammed this week's theme is cocktail attire. We're actually going to dress up People have contacted me saying they missed dressing up. They must putting on their face. They miss doing their hair. So we're GONNA do that. We're going to have a Hashtag where you can post pictures. We're all going to be on camera live. You CAN S. We're going to be answering your questions. as you send them in and we're going to be dressed up so it should be funny. Well you know we're all separate in different places but that should be good that's for patrons so we'll send out the link to patrons to your patron email the email you signed up for Patriot on with Midday Friday. So you'll have that and I can't thank you enough for all of your support. Your support and through Patriot allows us to keep going so appreciate that if you're able to do it if you're not no bigs we're here for you anyway and if you have anything you need to vent about or talk about or you're having issues coping with depression or anxiety or anything We're open Our our message boxes open. Send US an email. Hello at Muller. She wrote or Reach out to us on twitter and do our best to get to everybody and and you know if you just need a place to vent. We're here for that too We do have a lot of news to get to so. Let's hit the hot notes. Hot notes aren't you want to start with the numbers really briefly For you here's from Johns Hopkins Resource Center and on their website They are globally. Were almost up to one point. Five million cases with eighty two thousand deaths globally United States Is LEADING IN IN? The death of the number of deaths leading isn't the best word but we have the by far the most with almost four hundred thousand three hundred ninety six thousand not deaths. Excuse me confirmed cases Three Hundred Ninety six thousand two hundred twenty three next confirmed cases below us as Spain with one hundred and forty one so that's quite a difference. And our death toll is now approaching. Thirteen thousand We have four thousand nine deaths in New York City And of course very somber day for New York City. They had seven hundred deaths. Single biggest day for People passing away in New York City yesterday. And it's still going up Although there are there is a little bit Of showing that there may be perhaps reaching their apex so that is good news and then Johns Hopkins is now reporting the to- cases of recovered patients from from covert and. That's at twenty one thousand. Seven hundred sixty. Three here in the United States have recovered. I'm still looking for data on whether these folks can test positive twice because we heard stories coming out of Hong Kong that folks who had had and tested positive for krona virus. Were getting it again. Though symptom free they were still carriers and I like to see some studies done on our recovered patients here in the United States to see if they may be able to carry the virus but not be symptomatic. That would be Something I think Well worth knowing and there was another Press briefing and of course You know we watch them so you don't have to the theme for this. Press BRIEFING WAS TRUMP. Closed it down. He closed it down. He's the winner. He's the best because he closed it down. And he was referring to travel from China and Europe. And we're going to fact check that a little bit later. But he brought it up several times and he also talked about the World Health Organization. Being the bad guy. That's China centric. And they tried to stop him from being awesome in closing it down And and closed it down. Seemed to be the key phrase that he kept hammering home as we know he's very about repetition for his misinformation so that it sticks It's harder to make lies stick so you have to repeat the Multiple Times Found she was absent again Brooke Burke was there Along with pens. But we didn't get to hear from them they cut away after trump. They do the air trump and then they cut away for everyone else although. I don't trust Berkshire pens either but still And then during during this press briefing trump bragged about the dollar. And then you should all over everyone else's currency saying ours is the best. The dollar is the best Then he was asked about the Peter Navarro memo. And I'll talk about this a little bit later in the show but briefly Peter Navarro Guitars for Jane's addiction and host of the television show. Ink Master circulated a memo it. No I'm kidding This is Peter Navarro Not Dave Navarro. Anyway Peter Navarro Conservative Economic Fox News the advisor to trump. He circulated a memo to the White House in January outlining the emergent nature of the epidemic. Saying it could cost six trillion dollars. Which it has and half a million American lives. We have the two point two trillion dollar stimulus plus four trillion extra in paper release for for the banks. And but it's half a million lives and that memo leaked to the Washington Post and when trump was asked about it he denied having seen it or even heard about it he never heard about it and you never saw it back in January but he says although at that time I was closing it down. I was closing down travel from China. He said you. I spoke to Navarro about the memo today And he said maybe he'll look at it later. He'll look at the memo later but he only spoke to him about it for the first time today when you called and asked if he wrote a memo and then he also started talking about the World Health Organization and how the World Health Organization botched everything. We tried to stop him from being awesome and closing it. All down shutting down all the travel that he shut down which saved so many lives and as a follow up. The reporter said Actually you are downplaying. The virus when that memo was circulated saying the virus would go away within a couple of days and cases would go down to zero. And trump responded. I couldn't quite understand what was trying to say but he said look. The cases didn't build up for a while. But I'm a cheerleader for the country. I don't want to create havoc or shock. And then he talked about his closing it down again which he didn't do. I'll talk about that a little bit. More later But he he then admitted he downplayed it so he wouldn't scare us all but then later he talks about how he didn't downplay it in fact when he when he called it the flu it was you know he said the flu is worse when he talked about how many people died from the flu. And this will just be a flu like thing. He tried to convince everyone that when he what he meant was it's going to be very very serious. Because the for the nineteen eighteen nineteen seventeen. He always called. Nineteen seventeen pandemic was a flu and that was really bad so he wasn't downplaying it. He was trying to tell us. I guess in Code that it was very serious by just comparing it to afl when we know he was talking about seasonal flu. He said he again. And see the memo. He said he wouldn't have changed his response. Had He seen the memo He said he couldn't have done it any better than he already has. And when he closed down travel he was acting on his own instinct. Not a memo. No one told him anything he saw. No memo I don't know of your memo. He I have an instinct. I did it Nanny talked about a call with Biden. He had he said it lasted for fifteen minutes. Which is weird. And then he said Biden head called him a racist for banning travel from China and now a trump said Biden is admitting he was wrong. Trump was right. I don't think that happened. We'll see what Biden has to say about it Then trump said he wanted to freeze funding to the World Health Organization. Because they got it all wrong and when asked about it when asked a follow up about freezing the pausing the aid to the World Health Organization? He said he didn't say that. I didn't say that. Said we were going to look at it but he did say that he also attacked pretty much. Every inspector general that worked under Obama and then when asked about Wisconsin nights and who would be responsible if anyone if people die because they had to wait in line to vote and trump said all I did was endorse a candidate and now all of a sudden they care about safety Him He says he knows nothing about lines. People WAITING IN LINE. He knows nothing about that or any danger or whatever just a total deflection Then he said you'll have to ask the Democrat. The Democrat Governor in Wisconsin You have to ask him. Give him a call and ask him. That's his problem. If people die voting and he failed he said Trump said I won Wisconsin in two thousand sixteen. And I'll win it again In Two thousand twenty and it's just weird because the governor tried to work with Republicans over and over again to keep the people safe tried mail in. They wouldn't do mail. And they shut down at every angle and trump only one wisconsin by the way if by a few thousand votes and I still don't have confidence in in the legitimacy of that election anyhow and then this is an interesting part. Someone asks trump if you're so against mail in voting or vote by mail. Why did you mail in your ballot in the last election? And he said well. Because you're allowed to which I thought was hilarious And then finally one American network was there Standing up in the back because this is this is the news organization that the White House Correspondents Association banned from the room for showing up and standing up in the back when she didn't have a seat because they're trying to socially distance and he called on her standing up in the back and she Teed him up for the payroll tax cut question. What are you gonNA do about a payroll tax cut? He said it would be a great thing for the country. He wants it to be permanent It would save money for businesses. It would give more money to workers and it would. I want that to be permanent with the Democrats are stopping it and the reason the Democrats are stopping. It is because that defends social security Medicare. That's where all that comes from. And so that's that's basically his. That's his way of defunding those programs He didn't he didn't mention that though. Just mentioned that It would be you know Americans would have so much more money and It would be permanent and beautiful and tremendous so. That's what's going on with that. And with that. He ended the press conference he finished with O. N. And then and then walked out and then pence got up and they cut away from pence but some some of the key factor. I wanted to talk about that. I was mentioning before the key factor in today's briefing. I when asked why he downplayed the corona virus by saying it's only a flick a flu like I said he tried to convince everyone he wasn't downplaying. He was saying serious because the worst pandemic our was a flu. So now he's just full on denying. He downplayed the importance of the urgency of the virus. Or The you know. Just downplayed the severity. And then there was what he said about pausing funding for World Health Organization. He said he would pause funding and then when asked about it in a follow up. A reporter was like in regards to you. Pausing the funding for the World Health. And he's I never said that. I never said I was going to stop. I never your you know. And he was mad at the fake news media and then of course when railing against vote by mail which he did by the way he said it was rife with fraud. And there's zero evidence of that. He said he heard of people in living rooms filling out fake ballots hundreds of fake ballots to fix elections. That is not a thing and if it were his the voter fraud agency. He created wouldn't have been shut down for finding no voter fraud. I have a feeling that if that were happening that would be a thriving organization and then he also repeatedly mentioned how great he has for shutting down travel for Europe. But he didn't really he shut down travel for a handful of countries and for certain groups of people but he exempted US citizens permanent residents in their family members etc and he also talked about banning travel from China but as we know about forty thousand people flew in from China after trump and post his restriction so there was no complete shutdown for travel from Europe or China there were thousands tens of thousands of people who still traveled to the United States from those regions. These shutdowns that fixed everything so That IS THE VIRUS UPDATE. And we'll be right back. I have more news and stuff is flown under the radar. So stick around. We'LL BE RIGHT BACK. These messages beaver. 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Cheney who absolutely love and Conor O'Brian at Politico President Donald Trump has up ended the panel a federal watchdogs seeing the implementation of the two point two trillion dollar corona virus law tapping a replacement for the Pentagon official who was supposed to lead the effort so per the rescue bill. A panel of inspectors general. Had named Glenn Fine. Who is the acting Pentagon Inspector General to head up the oversight of the Corona Virus Relief Fund so all the inspectors general on this panel of oversight panelists picked a leader and they picked Glenn? Fine who is the acting Pentagon Inspector General? He's going to head up. The oversight of the Corona Virus Relief Fund but trump decided to remove him from his job as as the inspector general at the Pentagon and instead installed the EPA Environmental Protection Agency Inspector General to serve in that capacity now. A trump didn't directly. Fire Him as the head of oversight for pandemic relief instead he removed him as the Inspector General at the Pentagon which therefore disqualified him from the position because the law requires the head of the stimulus watchdog panel to be a current inspector general. This removal comes amid a new war on inspectors general by trump as we know last Friday night he removed the Intelligence Community Inspector General Atkinson. Who was the official that forward? The Ukraine whistleblower complaint Congress trump's targeting of Atkinson drew and unusual rebuke. From Michael Horowitz Department of Justice Inspector General who also oversees a Council of inspectors? General Horowitz said Atkinson handle the whistle blower matter appropriately and defended the broader inspector general community Beans on Horowitz. Getting the axe after this statement and in fact I've heard rumors I have no proof yet. There's no sourcing reporting on the saw from Any mainstream outlets but There are now seven names. I think that of Inspector General that trump has submitted to have removed all from the Obama holdovers or prior But people who worked under Obama at all whether they got there before or not Then we talked yesterday about his attacks on Christie Grim. That's the health and Human Services Inspector General during his task force misinformation briefing on Monday saying her report was wrong. It's wrong She was an Obama person when in actuality she became the Inspector General of Health and Human Services under trump. Just this past January and has worked for the federal government since nineteen ninety nine Her report wasn't an OP. Ed It was a survey of three hundred twenty three hospitals where the top issues they were facing our lack of testing equipment for corona virus and lack of P p. e. so trump even referred to it as another fake dossier in a tweet that also referred to Grimm's tenure during the Obama Administration So I doubt groom will be her job much longer either. But what's most alarming about trump being on the warpath against Truth and oversight aside from the purge of people is the deafening silence from Republican lawmakers. It's crickets on that side of the aisle now. Democrats on the other hand are speaking of vehemently about the dismantling of the independent oversight within the government House oversight Chairman Carolyn Maloney Democrat from New York accused the president of engage in quote in an assault against independent inspectors general since last Friday in order to undermine oversight of his chaotic and deficient response to the corona virus crisis. He's actually been doing this for a long time. I know that the depart VHS Inspector General is acting and then it was on his way out and he hasn't been replaced and he's just hobbling offices of Inspector General Everywhere The VA inspector general It's he's really. Got It out for anybody. Who's not on his side and basically anyone who tells the truth is not on his side and basically inspectors general. Tell the truth. That's their job is to limit or go after or report Waste fraud and abuse within the Federal Government which we want we want that. So who did trump put in? Charge a stimulus oversight. Well they have to pick a new person. The panel of inspectors general has to pick a new person but this person that he put in charge of the Pentagon or the Department the Department of Defense inspector. General's office is Sean. O'donnell he's he's also the inspector general from the Environmental Protection Agency. He'll be dual hatted. He'll be providing oversight for the EPA and the corona virus stimulus. Bill why on Earth would president won a stretch so thin somebody providing oversight at the Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Defense and I mean the decision to have them Simultaneously Monitor? The DOD is raising alarms among environmental advocates worry oversight of the EPA could suffer as a result and it will and that's by design Don't think for one second that it's not and the new corona virus law includes multiple layers of oversight the most powerful which is the panel of inspectors general given wide latitude to probe any aspect of the implementation of the stimulus package And fine was named by fellow inspectors. General the PE- in to lead that panel last week. Now his colleagues will have to make a new selection as I said and according to politico find had been the acting Pentagon watchdog since early twenty sixteen after joining the Defense Department. Inspector General's office in two thousand fifteen during the Obama Administration so either this is trump's way to stymie. The oversight of the stimulus or purge Obama administration inspectors general or both kill two birds right and fine was also the pre previously the Justice Department's Inspector General from two thousand to twenty eleven spanning three administrations for both parties. But he happened to work under Obama. So he's got to go and the Osmond who has been nominated to take over as the permanent Pentagon inspector general in a senior policy adviser with US Customs Border Protection so this there is a permanent nominee to take over the Pentagon inspector. General's his last name is abandoned. Aby Indeed he's been nominated and currently is a senior policy adviser like I said with Border Patrol Cb P But the Senate is out of session until April twentieth at least and the shorten election year. Calendar we'll give the Senate armed services pretty much no time to confirm abend meaning. O'donnell may be in for an extended. Stay at the. Pentagon while he's dual hatted as the EPA inspector general. I'm certain that is also by design and as we speak. Tens of thousands of Wisconsin is or lined up six feet apart wearing masks holding signs. Saying this is ridiculous in lines that stretched for blocks and blocks to vote in that state's local and Democratic Party primary elections because despite governor evers efforts to postpone the election amid the pandemic Republicans insisted the election Moscow forward in person voting must go forward and the conservative Wisconsin. Supreme Court agreed six to two and eventually the conservative United States Supreme Court agreed to but not without Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Having her say she wrote a scathing dissent about this decision. So from Nick Visser of Huffington Post last night Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg excoriated her conservative colleagues over their decision to deny Wisconsin Democrats request to extend the deadline for absentee voting in the state's election on Tuesday despite concerns over the ongoing corona virus pandemic in a five four vote on Monday. The Supreme Court's Conservative bloc refused to extend the absentee voting deadline by six days saying instead all mail in ballots must be postmarked by Tuesday and receive by April thirteenth. Democrats have pleaded with the courts to give more leeway to voters as Cova nineteen wreaks havoc around the nation infecting obviously more than three hundred sixty six thousand people It's higher higher now and killing more than ten thousand in political but now we know it's almost thirteen thousand. The Nation's top public health officials have urged Americans to practice social. Visiting trump has urged Americans to practice practice social distancing and to remain at home as much as possible Directives that run counter. These are the directives that run counter to the you know entering a crowded polling place. So it's it's very interesting that on one hand the Republicans finally have come around to saying you know we have to do these thirty day. guidelines that pence holds up every press conference. And now nope but go vote. You have to vote today so just very very contradictory also very unsafe. Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Who was joined in her dissent by the other? Three liberal justices says her conservative colleagues decision to see the election proceed as planned would effectively strip many with continents of their right to vote through no fault of their own Quote the question here is whether tens of thousands of thousands of Wisconsin citizens can vote safely in the midst of a pandemic With the majority's stay in place with the with the majority's stay in place. That will not be possible. Either they will have to brave the polls endangering their own and other safety or they will lose their right to vote through no fault of their own This is a matter of utmost importance to the constitutional rights of Wisconsin citizens the integrity of the state selection process and in this most extraordinary time the health of the nation. The Wisconsin Election Commission reported Monday. That forty three percent of absentee ballots already requested had not yet been returned. She says quote while I do not doubt the good faith in my colleagues but she says while I do not doubt the good faith of my colleagues. The court's order. I fear will result in massive disenfranchisement. voter cannot deliver for postmarking for for a ballot. She has not yet received yet. Tens of thousands of voters who timely requested ballots are unlikely to receive them by April seventh. And that's the courts postmark deadline. So these what she's saying is the people who requested absentee ballots. Aren't even going to get them in time to turn them in by the deadline. Disenfranchising tens of thousands of Wisconsin nights at the same time Wisconsin's highest court blocked another effort by government. Governor Evers to postpone all in person voting. We talked about that yesterday and they did that. In a four two decision Both liberal justices dissented and the move came just fourteen hours before the polls were set to open fourteen hours. That's just it's democracy or death and it's very it's it's what a terrible choice to have to put somebody to make someone for someone to make through no fault of their own. As Ginsberg said Ben Wycoff Wisconsin's Democratic Party said the court's decision would be etched in history and potentially result in many deaths quote the Supreme Court of the United States legislated from the bench today following. Trump's team was orders and writing new election law to disenfranchise untold thousands of Wisconsin voters and Co sign and a number of an unknown number of Wisconsin. It's to their deaths. That's what Ben Weicker said Scopus the Conservative members though said such concerns had already been addressed claiming they even that even an ordinary elections. Absentee ballots are usually received on the day before the day of the election. So hey voter. Disenfranchisement is normal. You should be fine with it as what the conservative court says quote this. The sense rhetoric is entirely misplaced in completely overlooks. The fact that the deadline for receiving ballots already extended to accommodate Wisconsin voters from April seventh to April thirteenth. So tough shit says a conservative court. Really set you up to be quite worried about November and I think the best I can tell you to do is to call your local voter registrar and say. What's the plan? What's our plan and work together Reach out to other people in your community and Organiz do it digitally and make phone calls and try to find out if your vote is protected. It's so important. It's it's the most important thing I can think of in these times Is Our voice. And how desperately the? Republicans want to suppress it. We'll be right back. I have an interview with Frank Lucy on the other side of this break. He's incredible Former assistant director of the FBI pointed to counterintelligence had a counterintelligence the FBI. By Bob. Mueller himself. 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That's zebra dot com slash. The daily beans spelled T. H. E. Z. E. R. A. dot com slash daily beans. Start SAVING TODAY ZEBRA DOT com slash daily means and joining us today to discuss what the president knew and when he knew it to coin a phrase is former. Fbi Assistant Director and NBC National News. National Security Contributor Frank Figliuzzi Frank. Thanks for agreeing to speak with me today. Of course I'm happy to join so I was watching you Talk with Nicole Wallace. A little bit ago about trump's vendetta against inspectors general and. I wanted to speak with you a little bit about that in a in a minute but I You tweeted earlier this morning. About a memo. That was circulated by trump's economic advisor. Peter Navarro that warned the White House in January that corona virus could cost six trillion dollars and half million American lives in. Your tweet said think the evidence in trump's last impeachment was powerful. How about negligent homicide and I have a couple of questions for you I. Can you tell us what kind of? Guy Peter Navarro is. I mean is he like a deep state? Left-wing Washington Post reading kind of guy or not so much. Well I think. Look I don't know Peter Navarro personally so I'm like you. I'm I'm stuck with the public record on Navarro and and I think the verdict is still the jury's still out on viral but everything he seems to reflect is real loyalty to trump and I think you know sometimes sometimes people do the right thing for the wrong reasons some pot sometimes bad people do good things and I think in this case there's evidence which prompted my tweet. There's evidence that Navarro saw the data. He's a bright guy as we've learned he's a PhD. He saw the data. He saw a threat he presented to the to the president and if the reporting is correct he put it in writing here. We are with an inadequate response. Yeah a hundred percent agree and about the negligent homicide part. You have vast experience not not just with prosecution and with the FBI but having been the assistant director of the FBI appointed by. Bob Muller to counterintelligence and Bob Muller as a homicide guy from what I from what I understand Tell us what negligent homicide is and if trump could even possibly be investigated for it. Sure well the second question is going to be the more complicated one. The first part is easy. So let's let's just quickly walked through the three elements of negligent homicide. I is that in the case of the case trump or a corporate CEO and that analogy works. Well and explain why you have a duty to act and you are grossly negligent in failing to act on that duty. Okay so I think it's easily agreed upon that. The president has a duty to preserve the health and safety the United States and the duties there and then we get into the issue of gross gross negligence and failure to act in a grossly negligent matter. And let's say that we were to define grossly negligent as being warned by multiple intelligence briefers and even an economic advisor that a major deadly pandemic was coming your way and that you had some lead time to take action. Well we don't see that kind of lead action. In fact by most reporting we've got a seven day delay any serious action to protect us and the time that he. The president was first notified of the of the coming threat. So we don't see for example a stocking up of the national stockpile. We don't see an assessment of what might be needed for this type of virus. We don't see an all hands on deck call with the governors and with department homeland security and with CDC. We see no evidence of that. In fact we're beginning to see more and more evidence of inaction and ignorance for those warning him the threat so I would say the first element duty to act and a gross negligence in failing to act is present. Let's go to the second element that means that your failure to act is reasonably likely to cause bodily injury or death. Well I would assert that if you fail to act and you've been warned that you must act that you're gonNA reasonably know that your failure to act is going to cause people to get really sick and likely even died based on what's happening for example in China move onto the last element third element that in fact. Your failure to act does in fact result in bringing about death or serious bodily injury. And you say well. What does that mean? That's sounds good. 'cause relationship a causal relationship so the law the law says about causing death or serious. Is that your inaction was a substantial factor in bringing about death so you could easily make an argument that that his failure to act was a substantial factor in x number of extra lives being lost. That did not have to be lost where I come from on this. You mentioned Bob. Muller was a homicide prosecutor where I come from this. My personal experience is for periods of my time. I oversaw large teams of white collar. Corporate Fraud Squad's in the FBI. And I am telling you that in a heartbeat the FBI would open a case on a corporate CEO or senior executive who through warning gross in action failure to comply with his duty to act brought about death or serious bodily harm. It's happened over and over again in say healthcare fraud cases at the hospital and clinic level. It's happened in environmental crimes and legal dumping. It's happened in hazardous materials being transported on major airlines that resulted in death. It's almost a no brainer that you'd open that case up and that that's what prompted. My response was the corporate how we would treat a corporate. Ceo and if you view your president as a corporate CEO in fact. That's what he ran on. He was a businessman. Then I think we should be applying that's-that's standard. Yeah I know. We learned from Andrew McCabe all about the criteria for the F. B. I. Opening Investigation You know when we were going over the Miller report and If memory serves from covering the more investigation we all know From the Federal Criminal Justice Manual. That you have you know about being able to obtain and maintain a conviction. But isn't it harder to prove? I mean. Well I should ask. Is it in a negligent homicide cases. Hard to prove like some of the white collar crime insider trading that you've that you've dealt with or is it is it. Is it easier? Harder is easier because I know that the the tough for to prove a lot of these white collar cases look white collar crime at this level actually accusing a company or corporation or CEO of of causing death service bodily harm. That's that's serious stuff. It's complex stuff. But there's there's good reason to believe that this could happen And here's why there's there's a written record of every single briefing so bad news. Good news bad news for trump Is that he works in the White House where everything is meticulously recorded. Intelligence briefers document their briefing material There's been a leak already of Navarro's Emails are written briefings. So that's on record. The bad news is for for us for anyone. Trying to seek justice in this would be that we're talking about the president of the United States. We're talking about this president and we're clearly not going to see any effort to bring him to justice on this in this administration. The question is whether could come later. And I would assert that you're going to see the kinds of commissions and hearings and evidence gathering that we saw for example post nine eleven where where we learned the truth that the warnings were there that that that the White House had been briefed. This guy named Bin Laden is trying to hurt us and some things in the works. And the chatters there and it's coming at US And assuming the statute of limitations is five years for this sort of thing As a civilian. I think that gives that only gives about a four month window for this kind of thing. I'm assuming they're GONNA toll that statute of limitations just because he's president So it's very important that everybody get out and vote right. Yeah I mean look. We are the purest form of justice would be to vote and have the offender removed from any possibility of causing further. Harm and to make the corporate analogy. We often in complex white collar. Cases will end up settling right with a major company. That's GonNa try to try to write a big check. He's going to help the victims right. This happens all the time in the justice system and we we just come to an agreement that look corporations are tough to put in prison. Right are people. Are they not people who's responsible you got a board of Directors Blah Blah Blah? And you end up in some kind of negotiated settlement look are negotiated settlement for as a nation would be to vote this guy out Yeah like you said nothing is likely to happen. Under this administration and so getting resignation as part of some sort of settlement is probably like like how like what happened to Spiro. Agnew is probably not in the cards right so I want to just add though that on this evidence issue right on the fact that there is documented evidence. I I hate to bring this up. Because we're going through a hell of a week as a nation here and and it's not anywhere near over but the efforts to fire inspectors. General is is in a sense. I think we're this is going is is actually more obstruction of justice. And I know people are going to cringe at this statement but when you see the president firing. Somebody like removing from his office. Glenn fine as he did in the last twenty four hours The inspector general over the stimulus package right. He happens to be sitting at Defense as inspector general but he was named by the Community of Jeez to oversee the compliance involving the the stimulus package for corona. Well trump heard that. There's a guy that's going to overlook how he spends the money he got rid of Glenn. Fine we now see the attacks on the HHS inspector general who had the audacity to do what issue a report saying she talked to over three hundred hospital administrators. Who said they still don't have the supplies they need and we saw him lash out and I predict eventually. She'll be gone as well. Why bring that up? It hurts my evidence chain when I when I see someone literally. Suppressing evidence in a case by case. I mean what we've just been talking about. I think we're seeing we're watching in real time in obstruction and suppression of evidence. I believe that. Let's let's go to the Intelligence Community Inspector General Atkinson who is now forced out. Why do I think that's linked to what we're talking about? Because I believe that the brief I on the on a global pandemic threat intelligence community have queued up to say I briefed the White House on this date and this time I wrote this paper on global pandemic it was ignored and I think part of seeing Atkinson fired is the concern that they're more whistleblowers coming with regard to corona virus. Yeah and that kind of That concept of the totality of the evidence was pretty much the foundation of the Muller Obstruction case as well. I know we went over that a lot on our podcast. So that makes a lot of sense. you're talking about this you know pattern of suppression of evidence. I I wouldn't even. I would be surprised if his anything before that. The suppression of evidence in Ukraine is in Ukraine scandal depression suppression of evidence in investigation also played a role in putting together a pattern of behavior there. But one last thing before I let you go. You had to Nicole Wallace. That you thought presidential pardons might becoming next. Why is that because I see a pattern? Look to the extent that past performance indicator of future conduct. We know that he is going to be exploiting this moment. In our history this moment of crisis for his own aggrandizement for is to progress. His own agenda we've seen the firing of the IG's and and he we saw just before the virus remember we saw the groundwork being laid whether it was the pardon or commutation of sentence for the governor of Illinois. Whether was throwing things out about. Pete rose should be pardoned and joined the hall of fame. We saw him. Beginning to lay the groundwork for pardons we saw him mention Mike. Flynn for example. Right and I'm telling you that if this crisis goes on he's going to continue to exploit it he's going to continue with the the ground were keepers laying and we're going to see pardons of whether it's stone or flynn or others he's going to. She's going to seize the moment right or both and Manafort. Yeah I completely understand that Well I appreciate you coming on talking to us today. Former assistant director of the FBI NBC National Security Contributor Frank Figliuzzi. Thanks again for agreeing to speak with me today. Say Gee stay healthy everybody. It's Aga this final segment of daily beans is brought to you by ritual. I try to do the right thing. My body healthy in the long run but no matter how hard we try. They're still GONNA be gaps in my diet no matter what I do and I most likely not getting all the essential nutrients need on a daily basis. And that's why I want to talk to you about ritual. The obsessively research vitamin for women rituals essentials have the nutrients most of us. Don't get enough of from food all in their clean absorbable forms. There's no additives. No shady at no weird ingredients just too easy to take capsules to provide nine essential nutrients. 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She she made a valiant effort but she's falling apart not much. I mean I think we work so much better talking about good news and happy stuff so I'll go first first. I you know Thomas. Moseley the acting secretary of the Navy who flew eight hundred miles down to duke to Guam to bad mouth the captain of the Roosevelt after he had been unceremoniously ousted much to the chagrin of the crew They gave him a really Warm sendoff off when he was lead disembarking chanting his name and and very supportive. And and that's how it always you know in the navy and so this you know. And he he's nuke. Captain Crozier was a new. I went to school. He went to school. it's very difficult school very smart intelligent and super great guy and and then here we have mode who was like a junior helicopter pilot so he's flies down there bad mouths the captain of the ship to the ship's crew. You could hear people in the background. Going what the fuck and he. He was forced today to apologize. That was the first news that we got was that he apologized. And then in the afternoon it turns out he resigned. He resigned his position so he is gone. So I'm very happy about this. Do you think it's fair to say that was purely from shame? I don't know what motivated him to resign if he resigned. Or if Maybe the you know somebody else in the Pentagon was like. You gotta go Bro. Or if I you know if trump had anything to do with it I have no idea. I guess we might learn You know in the coming days but you know all in all. I'm just glad he's gone. He was terrible. Yeah me too. That's a quick moving storyline to over the last week. Yeah I think somebody high up at the Pentagon somebody high up in the Navy Like the person Gill Day who opposed the quick firing of Crozier and was overridden by me. I think maybe he probably lobbied to get him to resign. And and I think maybe a lot of high high level officials in the Navy agreed at the Pentagon Department of Justice and also gone also gone today Stephanie. Grisham right weird. Yeah she's just she's gone Probably to start her career with Fox News as every other former press secretary maybe will go on dancing with the stars like like spicy did. That'd be amazing. If trump tries to blame the poor outward facing response on his press secretary that never hosted a single press conference I know I know not one and you know you could actually have six entire seasons of dancing with the stars with former trump Press a impress people insane. That'd be interesting. Dancing with former White House. Plays God. Who the hell's GonNa Watch that. It is exclusively a Fox program and also I wanted to talk a little bit about New Zealand. I know yesterday we were talking about Prime Minister of New Zealand calling the Easter Bunny and the tooth fairy essential employees and to you know let kids know that they would still be doing their job. They'd still be out control. They might not make it to every house you know just. She came up on my radar with her handling of the shooting the mass shooting in New Zealand and her amazing handling of that situation and now they New Zealand has one corona virus deaf and they have completely smashed the curb. The curve didn't even exist in New Zealand so I just you know hats off to whatever you know. Whatever they're doing down there. I wish I wish our government would take take note of of of their response to this pandemic. Yeah She. I definitely had a leader in V with her more than once. Yeah that's what that's what happens when you put a woman in charge I know seriously I think I think you said that Either in a text exchanger on our facebook group but yeah totally. Yeah Yeah Manda said that I think yes that was that was mandy redeem all right. You have our listener. Good news stories and I guess a couple of quarantine confessions what do you have? Eso? I'll start with our good news. We got a bunch of good news first. One is from Pearson. She says msw patron in the indivisible organizer. Here's some good news. Good News. Is that a coalition of progressive groups including indivisible dem cast. Npa resists is going to organize our first digital rally. We're rolling out details today. We're holding digital event on Friday April tenth from eight to nine PM Eastern. The topic of the event is trump's. Awful mishandling of this pandemic response. We are asking participants to take a picture of themselves wearing a mask if they have one. In holding a sign that reads trump's Cova vid fails and then to tweet it out between eight to nine. Pm on Friday Or shared on a designated facebook post using the Hashtag Hashtag trump's cove fails and we'd like them to tweet with what they think. Terms worst blunder has been along with that image. So just a good good. It's like It's like a good hate. Rally almost would live for. That's amazing. I listen that I love it too. It's nice to event you know. We can't march so digitally digitally March. And I'm glad indivisible I leave it to indivisible what incredible organization leave it to them to find out find a way to digitally organize a rally. Yes and I just WanNa make it very clear. Obviously I use the word hate a very different sense than when we talk about. Actual hate filled rallies. But this I love because people need to get together and it's it's tough. It's tough finding people you know. You don't want to like maybe ruminated on it on your own all the time or you don't WanNa share it with the person that you're living with or something so it's good to have a space where you can come and just kind of vent about this stuff because there are so many things that are vent worthy indeed. Indeed there are. Yes our next from Cynthia She says thank you so much for all you do to help. Make the world a better place as you know. The extrovert capital of America New Orleans has been hit really hard by the Cova crisis and as a city that is relying on the hospitality industry for much of our income. It's been really devastating for many people. Here fortunately we also have an amazingly creative community and all kinds of amazing responses have occurred to help people and businesses out. I have several friends who are cooking seafood and delivering it to healthcare workers homes on Fridays traditional during the lent season in this Catholic city and an awesome drag queen friend who has started hosting town hall meetings on Facebook to provide emotional support for affected community members. One of our more Esoteric Mardi gras crews. I believe that's out said K. R. E. W. E. S. or. Is that a word that I don't know I don't know it. I WanNa say Cruz has started taking donations to buy food at local restaurants for healthcare workers and has so far raised more than one hundred thousand dollars. I think that says it might be cutting off but I think that's one hundred. Yeah Oh yeah. Yeah one hundred thousand dollars. That's insane and local musicians are doing front porch concerts and serenading neighbors. My feet is full musician. Friends performing for anyone interested the New Orleans jazz museums facebook and instagram pages. Have done a great job tracking and posting these. If you WANNA take a look that is so cool I will definitely be following All of this group very cool. Yeah that's great. We got a good news story yesterday. Much like that one where they're working together to raise money. I think using the NEXTDOOR APP to To buy food from local businesses to give to frontline workers healthcare workers etc. I think they were up to twenty five thousand and that's just in their little neighborhood so I love these programs. This is a really good idea. It's something you can organize where you are. This is really cool And then I will do one. More from our from our first block This is from anonymous on our long quarantine walks filled bags with roadside trash to clean up our little corner of the world safely wearing gloves. Using grabber I love this one because anybody can do that If they are able I should say anybody. If you're safe willing able and then you know that's a pretty on the ground thing to do and it makes a big difference that is. That's that's a really good idea. I used to do that like when I was in high school and college. We'd go out have a beach pickup day or whatever and now you can't don't go to the beach but like just walking around your neighborhood picking up trash while you know while you're out doing your daily walk getting some fresh air again. Don't go to parks. Don't go to the beach or anything but what. I just think it's cool. A little local cleanup stuff reminds me of Leslie. Nope yeah yes. Very Adamant and dedicated to her local spot in the world. When she's in like waiters up to her knees in the Ponti River like picking up trash and shit. I'm here for the Ponti River Cleanup. And it's just her and boots like cleaning up the river so funny. Gosh she's so good. What a great show. What a great show you if you if you're looking for something to binge parks and rec is where it's at absolutely. It's it's like that and I know. Are you the one? That's not a huge fan of the office. I forget yeah I think parks and REC is much better than the office. And you and I had this conversation whereas when I watch the office I just felt like I was at work. Yeah yeah that's right but I feel like they're filmed very similarly so they are both of their senses of humor. Essentially it's just taking taking workplaces that could be otherwise mundane but obviously the characters are so rich and fruitful at that. It's so fun to watch that stuff. yeah that one that one veep is another great example of government show? Yeah I just started watching that because you live so good and of course thirty rock which is not a government organization but it is a major corporation. That's pretty great to and everything Tina Fey and amy poehler touches. Just gold so yeah. It really is a side note on office things to forget that. I mentioned the thing. John Kuczynski is doing called. Some good news have talked about that. Yes we do that okay. Cool just WanNa make sure everyone check that out. There was an amazing second episode thing that happens at the end and it has to do with Hamilton. There's a little girl who didn't get to see Hamilton and Jonkers inskeep. Does this amazing amazing thing for her. That is like I was just sitting there staring with my jaw. The floor like tears welling up was so cool so everybody who John. Tell everybody who. He is Yes jonkers and skis demand. That plays Jim Howard of Jim and Pam in the office. Yes yes the tall gangly goofy man. Yeah and he has a good news network right some some good yes senator. Yeah she isn't it. Oh some good news. Sgi I knew there was an ESA in there. Wasn't he s in good news network exactly so. He took it upon himself to compile all this good news and do like a fifteen minute videos with random guests. Robert Deniro has a cameo in the second one he's into episodes but if you look them up it's just dedicated to good vibes and it's short quick and fun and it's just it's nice. It's really nice to see celebrities coming out and doing stuff like that Yeah I have although I have good news block jealousy because he we doing it before because we don't have deniro. We were doing it before but like you know we don't we don't get Deniro and art good news block. So yes I now that is. That's a tough one match. He's only in it for literally one sentence though so who knows we might be able to get in a throw us. A sentence doesn't reach out. I'll reach out to my three celebrity friends and see who I can get. Yeah we can get a dealer celebrity to say a paragraph or a B list celebrity. Maybe say a word we can. I think we could make we could make something happen. Maybe I'll just buy it on cameo. Were Part Shitty. Hey Stormy Daniels. Can you just say our neighborhood program? Raise twenty five thousand dollars to buy food for. Healthcare workers have yes that was so close to me. I bet she's on there too. That'd be so freaking awesome. Oh God is on their Andy McCabe. I wonder if he's on Cam. You know I doubt it you happy birthday. Hope you're being and making good choices. This is an even game to break the law fatherly cameo appearance so good oh Okay the next section from good news. This is new. This is apparently from our listeners. Who requested this? And I love this idea and Amanda put it into the works and it's called quarantine confessions so she She put out a call for funny stories that come from quarantine and you all answered so let's hear some of those first ones from anonymous They say after the houses asleep by sneak out the garage to eat from the last leave of a thin mints that I have hidden in the big freezer only one clear night and I savor it like a drag from Hobart cigarette. I nearly got caught Sunday night by my husband but quickly made up a story about looking for ground Turkey in the freezer. I only have two left and I'm rationing them out for my sanity. What am I going to do when they run out? You can get them delivered now But I I have to say though if you're if you call an anonymous. I don't know how much of a confession that is really. Yeah that's yeah. I was just going to say they were. There really committed to this submitting as anonymous. There's no way in hell their families finding out they'll go to the grave with the secret so funny. That is so great. It's like post secret but corentin secret. Yes definitely I think So funny and relatable because thin mints. They're so light and airy it's so easy for some asshole in your house to just eat a bunch of them now you put them in the hands of someone responsible like this. They're having one day one night. Savoring it treating them responsibly. So good on. Yeah abyss ICEE. I consider a serving of thin mints to be a Tube. You Tube of thin mints so I know. They're so good okay. That was very funny next from Curtis Curtis says each day that goes by without a shower. I am amazed at how stench actually grows exponentially which is so true. It's I think I'm wondering I one day one day one smells like day. One day two smells like day in day. Three smells like day thirties. Yes yeah exactly. Which are time periods? You haven't yet made into but you can only imagine it's far down the way because it should not be this pet that is that's how I feel like You know there's no reason for us to not take showers really unless you know maybe you're trying to conserve for another reason or something but in general you could just shower every day so I like that. We've all just universally agreed. We're not showering. Yeah Hey save the water right. Why why why put California new another drought when you know you don't have to? Yeah so funny. I have noticed that myself though but with native deodorant. You own smell for twenty four hours. I don't know what they're guarantee is that's her. The ad falls off. I like lavender and rose. That's my favorite center and they have all sorts of seasonal sense. And if you act mound fifteen percent I order needed deodorant dot com slash day. The beans and They can deliver it right to your door. Subscription service you save seventeen percent exchanges are free and easy and you can use your subscription anytime and the customer services immense. Thank you and these they actually. They aren't Oh my God. What have we become when our games of Improv Verges advertising? Did I tell you did I tell you Jordan I went and did Venice Underground A comedian before me. That went up before me was doing some crowd work and they found out that there were like six or seven marketing advertising agents in the crowd so my opening. I opened with an ad. Just didn't add read off the top of my head from the podcast. Never was looking at me like what? And then they sorta caught on and then it was by the end it was. It was pretty hilarious so funny. Yeah it's the gotTa do everyday so they're seared near brain this all right. This next one is from Karen. Karen says here by the way what happened with the whole Karen thing on twitter. Oh somebody said that Some Karen complained that it was a racist against white women to first of all that statement. Right there racist against white. Anyone is ridiculous but racist against white women to to to refer to somebody as Karen and everyone just jumped down her throat. Like people were like. Do you want to speak to the manager or like it was just it was it was like the epitome of privilege in just like come on. Karen. It's you know being a care and isn't isn't isn't the same. No so and there was a here and there was a Karen. She says as a Karen I would like to say that it's not racist and Y- You're absolutely an idiot. Thank you Karen. All these Karen responded it was pretty great. Oh God everyone knows it. Karen and everyone's Karen is Karen. You know it's so interesting how it works out that way. Who was the comedian? That's how come you never meet a baby named Karen or Nancy. Like where do they come from? Do they just? That's very true. They realize as as thirty two year old human resources manager. Yeah that's so weird. Or maybe like they were named Karen and their parents knew they would just go by K. Or something until they decided to assume the entirety of their name. Leave it up to them while Karen listeners are awesome. Karen's and we have one cool Chad. We have one good actually. We probably have multiple but we got because we would. We would call a group of fraternity brothers Chad of the collective now. We called him a Chad and we got an email from a guy named Chad. He's like. Hey I'm Chad I'm but you're right. Chads are assholes. I'm the one. Good Chad Oh. My God is Chad at short for like Chadwick every time or no. I don't think so Ex Husband's name is Chad. One of them one of my ex-husband's Chad And it wasn't short for anything. It was just Chad. Oh yeah look at that. It's a masculine given name of Anglo. Saxon origins the modernized form of the old English given name Cha Cha Cha it's Cheddar cheese. It's spelled C. E. A. D. D. A. Oh interesting it is also short form of Charles Chad with new d's that's an interesting deviation. Just the diesel away yeah. That's pretty. Oh No Chad oh please you can call me Chad. That's like Mitch Hedberg joke. He's got a girlfriend named Landon. An ex girlfriend named Lin and the old girlfriend spells her name with one end and the new girlfriend spells her name with two N.'s. And my my new girlfriend hates it when I call her by my old girlfriends name. She can tell because I kn- into long enough buddy. Good also chatter Ich. I didn't know that was the name and then Chedda wick amazing anyway from Karen. Karen says. Here's my latest colonel. Virus Confession wouldn't have happened otherwise with lots of spare time. I decided to decoder my entire house by cleaning out forgotten drawers and closets in order to give away extra stuff small problem charity intake stations or shutdown down all around town so now houses cluttered with stuff that used to be put neatly away oops That was nice. That's that's that's like half good. News have Corentin funnies. I like that all right in our final quarantine confession from Oden. I was really bored. And fiddling with many stapler during zoom law school class and I accidentally stapled my index fingers together. I don't know that anyone noticed but I hope that made someone's day better by telling you this. I have mixed three hours to that one. How do you manage to staple your index fingers together? I do you know my my sister. She stapled her finger once but it was too like something underneath. I don't know how you don't together using your feet. Oh that's terrifying. Maybe like I don't know. Oh God yeah that's true. No finger really. Has the dexterity necessary for for stabling? Are the strength right. I would really have to try to staple my index fingers together and I don't know that I could successfully do it. I'm impressed that he asked accidentally did. Yeah that tells you how boring that law school class was. He invented away to staple his own index evolution of motor skills. Came from how boring that was. That's so funny. Zoom law school. My God I wonder if it's still nerve wracking when the professors like Odin what do you have to say in She was paying attention. I was stable. My fingers together. Sorry the god of all gods the lead. God Odin stapled his fingers together today during zoom law. School Class News at six is that what? Odin is God. He's the Norse Zeus Hell. Yeah that's cool. Oh look at that. Yes the God of Wisdom Poetry Death Devastation and magic that's a good garden game magically stapled his fingers together. Yeah which one would that fall under magic. Maybe all right. That's all we got for the quarantine. Confessions and I have one. Oh yes perfect. I give your most for the kids know. They won't understand I gave myself. I gave myself a do it yourself home Brazilian with my ex husband's beard trimmer a God. How did that go? It was great. Oh good stick. Oh that's good and I hope he asked for it back in the divorce and uses it on his face. It's funny it's funny. How the origin of hair is for some reason. Something that people can't get over like if it's an eyebrow outlook an eyebrow hair gets on you so it's like oh how beautiful. Let me make a wish on it or whatever all you sick fuck it away from me. In fact it's funny but yeah I'm I'm glad that worked out. I think I have abandoned. I mean my my toenails at this point. I can like you know when people do that saying when they're waiting and they like tap on the they go like yes. Yes exactly. I can like do that with my toenails. Now I had to. I had to. I had to take off my Manicure from a couple of weeks ago and I gave myself a little home manicured. It's really sad. Release add these digits. Hard that Shit's impossible to do. Well I'm always like making myself bleeding. Should get dangerous quick. Yup I got an alley. I got an alley young. Yeah exactly and then one more when we're good news. This is an update to a good news that I had shared randomly in one of my self recorded notes but one of our listeners She's on twitter at Little Olive Lil. Sorry Lil Olive Eco. Exo She is the one who made six hundred masks on her. Oh yes so. She said that she got interviewed By city lab slash Bloomberg in an article called in the fight against current a virus. The makers have mobilized which is super cool. That's city dot com so I'll check that out our listeners. Making differences very cool ties nice to be recognized yes and our listeners are so engaged in active and compassionate and awesome. It's it's great to have all to have this whole look little community with Lil Olives Doing things also did. You might my friend Steve. My Co hosts. John I disagree. He which by the way direct upset today He said that there at eight o'clock where he's living in downtown. He can hear all the people that are going out on their balconies and flashing lights and Dj -ing and stuff for health workers which is really nice. That's awesome we had a somebody read in and say that People were howling out there. You know out on their porches and you could hear it in the neighborhood. They all go out at eight o'clock at night and they all how who saw cool. I love that yes but yeah to that finishes the Good News Block and I think the quarantine confession was very that is going to be. I'm really glad that you all had the idea to start this. Because this is a perfect time for confessions no one. You know your your loan. I feel like everyone's everyone's a little bit up to here in terms of needing social interaction. So I'm ready for some big bean see at spilled on these stories. The more embarrassing the better. I'm going to share some one stab. It'll be great. Yep and feel free to remain anonymous. It's total definitely like like a like a Catholic confession. They put the screen up. You can't see who it is. No one knows yeah. You get better confessions that way. Yes definitely all right. Well thank you for all that news. Any any final thoughts anything. You WanNA leave Leave everyone with No not currently Hope we're we're into a week in April. You know whether that went by fast or slow. We got here either way. So that's good. Congratulations to everybody. That's been pushing through In the ones who have been having a tougher time and making it through everyday is a success and I hope that people are reaching out to you and you're reaching out to them and I am doing good and better than I was doing a couple of days ago. So thanks for the good messages again. Everybody yeah shout out to my friend Jill Kimmel She's a comic and and a friend. She she actually just posted on her facebook last night. Hey I don't know who needs to hear this but it's just going to your kitchen. Just empty your dishes clean the dishes out of the Sankyo fuel a million times better and I did. I was like up. Jill told me to. I'm going to go do this. And if it did it felt that felt really good So yeah it can be tough but I think I think we're learning that we all support each other support. One another and that that really helps Definitely hurt well. I have no final thoughts either other than Jordan. I really like this that we do the good news together. I suggest we keep doing this. And going forward if you're cool with it and I'm Super Cova Daddy kidding me get all right. We'll do that for who do that for a while. See how it goes out to see what people think of it. and Until tomorrow everyone please take care of yourself. Take care of each other. Take care of the planet and take care of your mental health. I've been ag Ivan Jordan Coburn and the beans. The daily beans is executive produced and directed by Aga Jordan Coburn and engineered edited by Mackenzie Mozelle and Star Burns. Industries Are Marketing Manager Executive Assistant Production Social Media Direction as Amanda Reader Fact Checking Research by AG Jordan Coburn Amanda Reader. Our music is written and performed by. They might be giants. Are Web design and branding or by Joel reader with moxy design studios and our website is daily beans pod dot com.
How can sales pros restart their sales activities in challenging times? - Jeff Koser
"Hey Good morning good afternoon. Good evening wherever you are. Whatever you're doing I am so glad that you're here. Hey you know. I talked to a lot of sales professionals crazy times right now and the single biggest dilemma. That's facing sales people as they attempt to start their sales activities may have been upended by this crazy. Coronavirus is going to be and China is right now finding those perfect prospects so they can build their funnel then we got to think about. How do we engage in thoughtful? Careful way so that we actually improve our brand instead of tarnishing. It will today. I'm delighted to talk with Jeff. Jeff is the founder and CEO of Zebra Fi. They provide the tools precedent software that ensures sales people earned the right to meet with executives with budget authority. Really important right. Those are people that actually can buy jeff's also the author of the book selling to zebras and this is his second visit with me and I'm super excited that he's here. Jeff the mask man. What is up a bill a like bat? That's awesome right that I think that's really appropriate given our conversation. If you're just listening folks. Jeff is wearing of course a zebra striped mass talking about personal branding right in line with the whole. Zebra five brands. So Jeff couldn't take off so you can breathe while we talk here. It's good to see man exactly. It'll probably make me sick right now. Everything our own era. It's especially because we're not used to it. It's absolutely hard and I would say inappropriate right for for a podcast episode of a great way to start a really fun man they. I'm good thank you and you good really good really good so this is fun man so you. I know you are real big on finding the right people but let's back up here. Let's talk about this big challenge for sales people right. The first their stock in and they ha. They can't restart right there. Like what do I do? What do I do? How do I make that call? So so jeff. Let's talk about that. I call what do we have to do to even prepare to make that first call super effective? Well I ball. We've got a even more so than before we've gotTa make sure that we're calling on someone where our solution is is is imperative where our solution brings value that is worth even paying any attention to today. I mean that's always been the right way to sell right as the courteous way to sell is to make sure that that you target appropriately so that you bring exceptional value but today the only people that they're gonNa let in the door are going to be people that that we're where you bring a solid business case where the reason for buying is compelling absolutely. I think that's really important. We have to have a compelling business case otherwise I mean why talk right now. There's so many choices. In fact metro the choice is survival. I think for a lot of organizations right for convoys. Yeah Yeah I mean we. We have to make the bills first and then grow the business. Second which is really. I mean most organizations most businesses. That's not how they run. Usually they have you know ten twenty thirty fifty percent profit margin but now it's like all my customers are gone. And you WanNa talk to me about what I don't think so I don't think so. So how do we? How do we make sure that we position ourselves as that solution of choice without looking like on the Greater Fiqh me you know? We've dedicated a lot of pages on our book to that topic We we have a whole process for creating the profile of the perfect prospect and it includes things like ensuring that you identify the critical business issues that you saw that you quantify the value that you create by solving them and that you know who actually has those problems and that you have real live customers that you can point to that says that we are willing to say that you solve that problem and that you created value and that's really the source of your of your message. The key is that it isn't really a message from your marketing department. It's the voice of the customer which is more valuable to a prospect. Because the salespeople they'll divide by US They that's just that's just human nature. That's that's the way. Capitalism works with sales economy. They don't believe sales person but they do believe your customers so if the message comes from your customer and you've targeted appropriately. You should be relevant even now. Yeah absolutely if we have good social proof if we have good case stories if we have good results let's be clear right. We have to have those results. Not just the we say but that our customers say we're able to of sell through this and work through it because I don't think there's any getting around it we can't we can't pretend like nothing is different. I mean I've seen some some marketers like well if I see one more message that says selling in a challenging time. Well I can tell you if I get one more phone call of somebody who doesn't acknowledge that we're in a different time. I'm going to be really disappointed right. So I think it's interesting marketing feels overload. I think as a consumer right to someone who gets asked by a lot. We don't see that. So what do you think about that after? We have to acknowledge that elephant in the room is elephant already passed and it's invisible now so that's a really good question You know I if I get a message from someone that it gets a little bit creative maybe not in the in a classic way that everybody is i. I counted on before we got on the show. I like to see how many messages ended up in my spam. I had one and forty three since last night yesterday next exactly so I like the run through the subject lines to see. Are there any? I would open just because I'm intrigued by that. Because we teach. How do you do that? How do you how do you make make it so that somebody would actually Read it if you're standing between them and getting home at night even for example do make it so that they'll at least attention to your subject line. Maybe not delete yours. Read it tomorrow and I still think that you have to be courteous about the situation I think you have to respect. The priorities might still be different. But frankly I'm tired of the messages myself where they start out with. I hope you're safe but I want to sell you. Something else. Yeah right I think I think that's really interesting right. We get right into our marketing and sales pants like right away. It's like you didn't even kiss me. Dude what's going on with that? I mean like really I I was listening so not. I think it's not just sales people though I mean I was listening A morning sports talk show today and they didn't even breathe between. I hope you're safe. I hope you're well and let's get into exactly what we're talking about. It's like that's ridiculous and I think really you know. We have to to step that. I think we have to really focus on you know. Is this even a value? I like is that even of interest even give a rip about you first and then and then not even just asking a question but really coming at it with. Hey I have some value. I've interviewed one hundred and thirty seven people during this challenging time. And I'm wondering can I perhaps offer you some insight into what I've seen going on in businesses like yours is that a is that an effective way or is there something I should should be doing. Better actually I like that I. It's we're finding that you have to offer something of value that isn't directly tied to you getting anything back so and I think that you have to put thought into that to make sure it truly is of value and that goes back to the targeting. If if your target customer you should have things that would be a value whether they buy from you at not not and like you said if you've interviewed if that's a true statement one hundred thirty seven people during these times then you've got a really good feel all over the country. What things are like what messages playing in? What messages don't now? I think that you know. I have folks on my team because I I don't do any direct sales right now. I'm a trainer. I don't get to talk to as many customers had like but I can tell you from my sales teens. Even when they come at it with insight when they've actually got something to share that's a value. They get a lot better response than they do. If they're just like hey by the way you know we've got a really great product. Got a really great solution that works. I worked for vector solutions. We absolutely do have a good solution but nobody cares unless you can make it relevant and nobody cares unless you make them as well right. Yeah absolutely well. That's that's relevancy right. That's where you know. Conversations happen because if we have a conversation. I'm going to trust you a little bit more as we start. I'm GONNA LOOSEN UAW will eventually get to a point where you know if I've earned that conversation even in an email you're going to be much more apt to share a little bit more if you can see that there's some depth than some some give a rip about you in my email. Have you seen that too? I mean because I look at my my My spam emails to Jeff. And it's so funny man. I just for fun. I just looked. I've got fourteen of them. And the funniest one is Is the top actually says insight for building my SDR team which is which is pretty good right. Which is which is pretty good and I think that it's interesting that he links to somebody else's article even not even his own article in that so I'm actually going to give that a read but the rest of them are like any. Would you be interested in my my crap? Hey I've got some crap to sell you. Hey here's some more crap. So Jeff would look in your spam. Were telling me about what you've seen here. What is not effective and then let's pivot into let's be more effective so so one of the things I just read before the show was Some that does outsource services said that in the subject line you pop it open in literally did say. I hope you're well. But did you know we offer outsource services in our specialty areas? Include bullet point one bullet point two point three bullet points or and it was this product. It was nothing about my business. Nothing about whether or not I was the right person to even be communicating with on this on the on the topic at hand and didn't bring me any value at all. In the only reason I opened. It was because I wanted to be familiar with one. That was annoying because I knew you to ask. Yeah Yeah that's that's interesting. So so let's let's let's make that better right. You mentioned we have to qualify who the person is so should we know jeff who the person is or should be asked or should we confirm. How do we? How do we make that approach here? Well I don't think we'll always know who the person is. Especially IF WE'RE DOING. We're doing some type of account based marketing with automation But it has to come across as if it's a one on one communication what I said you to get your attention again. I I sent you the signature right so I took a picture glasses and set those do. Yeah that's right. Yup totally reengaging the conversation absolutely so yeah so piper relevant okay got that okay and it has to be something that gets them to raise their hand so you don't want to send them another message. I don't think without them saying you can send him another message but it has to be. I think increasingly shorter maybe even increasingly of more value and it has to offer that that that that gift maybe or that something of value for them. The doesn't directly benefit you. That gets them to raise their hand and say I'm interested in that. Okay that's good so one on one super relevant continuing with more value. Especially if you you'RE NOT ASKING FOR ANYTHING BACK. I think that's really good. And then at what point do we actually ask for the appointment met? They have reason hand. I or You. You can't ask and can and we like to stop after four after four emails and those emails are maybe over two week period. And then you could. You could revisit them again in the future but not any time real soon. Maybe next quarter in a we have enough. Prospects with enough is enough out there in the pool of opportunity that our zebras right. That were that. We should be pursuing if there aren't we we probably don't have a real business. Yeah that's good so for email. So what about what about phone calls? 'cause you know. I believe that you have to have a mix of social email and phone calls there and I I caught you know it used eight and a day to now. I think it's twelve to get love right. I think you're four. For e mails four social touches in four phone. Calls is probably the right formula there. What are what are you seeing? What Are you coaching on that? Why I like the the idea of multiple forms as well and I would never send an email without first leaving a voice mail. That's that's a similar message that asks them respectfully to take a look at email or asks their assistant that you're trying to get to an executive recognized that there might be an assistant reading their email. Ask Your Assistant to to Queue this up for you to take a look at it And that there's more detail that might be value in. Here's why but I'd leave that voice mail very short because again you could be standing in the way of them being done at the end of the day. And you are going to leave a voicemail because you nobody answers their phone live today if it comes through on a cellphone or in the office and they don't know who the the numbers from. Yeah I think that's a that's a really good point. Is You know people. Just don't answer the phone because it is spammy. I mean I've got. I think I've got three different ways to detect spam calls on my phone and I still get them in my least favorite is when I know. It's from somebody who is not in the Milwaukee area right. I don't live him walk anymore but I used to. So my phone number still four one four and they try to seek me out with another four one four number like who is that. That's a good idea. Like who really said yes. Start Your relationship off on a lie call from a number. That isn't really yours. Especially if your numbers in your signature line and that differs from the number because like you said man you're even a voicemail and email and that's a totally different number. Well I don't see that you called and yet you did and and maybe left me voice mail it ends up in spam. Because it wasn't really your number or I purposely did not take it because you look like a spammers you'd number so we talked about customer case story there do we do we. Then drop the name of one of our customers. Do we ask for referral. I mean how do we get through that here? How do we make that a little bit little bit better so that you actually answer the phone? The next time I call or respond to my voicemail email so just comment on your where. The number looks like something local. You know the very first time it's funny you bring that up. Is the very first time that ever happened to me. I did answer the phone but only one time right and the guy it was a younger guy on the phone and I said I thought it was someone I knew. He said you're supposed to isn't this new technology great and I said No. It's not as the now not only am I not interested in you. I'm not very happy with you. Either and I will get fooled again. So whatever your company invested in isn't going to work twice on the same executive so back to your point in your question I think dropping the name of the customer Especially if it's similar size similar industry someone that they will they will recognize or you can make it recognizable. Because you're you're sharing with them that you did your homework. This account is similar to you and this is why I'm calling you I. I did my research. I think you've got the business issue I solved. Here's what I found in have to be a little bit careful what I shared with. You might be three or four messages because you can only hit him with one one one one idea per voice mail or email and maybe a space those out but but the point is if you target appropriately if you do it because you really do believe you found someone can help eventually. You're going to have more success absolutely. That's so funny without saying it you talked about feel felt found which is one of the oldest ways that we've ever sold and yet it's still very effective. I completely agree with that right. I I think so. Often we missed the fundamentals because we're looking for some new way and then we forget that those old ways worked because we were selling to humans just like we are today who want to direct the relationship who WanNa make or they don't make a mistake. I mean there's a reason that the old saw about nobody gets fired for buying IBM is true. They're so big like what you have a reason there so if you can find something in common I think we have a really good shot of making a sale there especially as you said if we target right. So Jeff targeting right is hard. Though targeting right is difficult I mean it. It'd be really great if I could take like one customer that I have that I know is the right customer and maybe the the right position that they have maybe the right industry that they have right. I've got some right characteristics there and replicate that. So how do we do that? Jeff how how do we replicate those in? Turn one into in a five or fifty or one hundred perfect setup bill so as you know we we define how. How do you define that perfect prospect and it is work? I mean we. We still the down into into seven attributes. I gotta by my screen here. There's Sev- attributes that you want to define. We start with company than operations than whose power. Who's the decision maker likely to be for a solution like yours funding value or Roi Technology inservice? But to do that you really have to follow the guide that we guides that we provided. It isn't easy ended isn't fast and then you have to test so what we've worked on for quite some time now is is it's it's called a sales spot in technology world but what it is. Ai and machine learning running in the background so now all you have to do if you have sales floors in your a B. TO B. Two B. Salesperson. You just click on an account that you say. This is a good one for us. We we we know. Well there. We create a lot of value. You just click on a button that we put in salesforce and it will find up to five that look just like that customer so it gives you a must much greater opportunity to be targeting appropriately. It's automated that process for you in it's done. It's done the legwork. The UPFRONT LEGWORK. For while while so so you've got you build a Bot. That finds that looks at company operations. Who's the power decision maker the funding the value the Roi? The Tech. And the service me about the service. Jeff what does that? What does that mean? I understand the other six so services. All about what level of service you have to provide an is your customer willing to pay for part of your offering. What do you have to provide? It's included in the price to make sure that client actually achieves the sobs. The business problem achieves the value. That is the reason that they buy your solution while. That's that's awesome and so how so talk US talk through that? I mean it's literally just installed this little Bot- Salesforce pick the right account and basically replicated Finds five more. Yes what we've done is we've so works just in the US. Today we've adjusted over million companies and we've we've spent time scraping information about them so it's not just the right industry that though the right size you know the right code rate. Naics code was things are taken into account. But it's also do they feel like your best customer of how. How do they feel so Sarah? Graph is one of our best customers. If you click on Saturday what other companies feel like serigraphs you know. They're they're a lean manufacturer they sell based on quality. They have a great reputation in their industry. Who else is out there? That's like that and that's what we find and kind of dovetail. I shared with you before that the today you have to really bring a lot of value to somebody before they might be interested in anything else. You have these. We've decided to make this free. So it's it's it's a Beta so hopefully. We're we're setting expectations appropriately. Because we're still we're still tweaking it but we're offering it to your listeners for free. Wow Wow that's pretty awesome so in the salesforce APP exchange. You can search for the Zebra sales bought. It's invade as you said so you know it isn't GonNa be perfect but it's GonNa be a lot better than a lot of the things that are out there that you'd have to do on your own. It's got those seven different ways that you're GonNa go through company OPS. The decision maker who power funding value an R. Y. Attacking the service. So lots of stuff there jeff so if finally let me just correct okay because we haven't yet put it out on the APP exchange. Okay and the reason we haven't is because we what we're what we're doing. Is you go to Zebra Fi z? A. F. I dot Com in right on our homepage. You'll see sales but try it. Click in you can try it. Join US try it for free. It's it's a two minute install but the reason we haven't yet put it out on the SALESFORCE APP. Is WE WANNA work with some of the salesforce administrators out there just to make sure they feel like it's totally noninvasive. Make sure that they feel very comfortable recommending it to their company and that it's a it's a very easy yes in a sense awesome. Awesome all right so I stand corrected folks. Gutsy provide that calm for correcting me Jeff. I misunderstood when we talked before So yes so. Get the get. The sales bought replicates up to five of those companies. So you can find more of your best customers of yours. You would call them. Your zebras sat right. Jeff you got it. Awesome and cool so if people want to connect with you if they want to talk to you. I know Zebra Dot Com probably the best place. But you have a social channel. You hang out on that people can come by ask you some questions or talk to you a little more Yeah I'm on twitter. At Zeebrugge Gel they can email me at Jeff. Zuber five dot com. That's that simple. Where on facebook? We're still actually called selling to zebras on facebook. We changed we changed the name but the book is still selling disabled. So we still keep that that That moniker alive awesome. Awesome good stuff gang if you want to sell more to your best customers if you WANNA get those hebrews go check out zebra FIS sales bought inside a salesforce dot com so go to Zebra dot com. That's Z. B. R. A. F. I dot Com and click on the box that says click on the button that says get the sales bought. Check IT OUT JEFF. Thank you so much for spending some time with us today. Learn a lot is I always do and I always value your time and thank you. I learned from you to fill vacant my pleasure.
The O'Reilly Update, July 20, 2020
"Bill O'Reilly here. Monday July Twentieth Two thousand twenty. You are listening to the O'Reilly. Update. Here's what's happening across our nation. President trump versus the pandemic violent protests in Portland, Oregon enter, day fifty two. Crime crisis in New York City. Also ahead if they could they cancel the national anthem. I have a replacement. But I. President trump sat for an extensive interview with Chris Wallace. It was an interesting chat. On the polls, Mr Trump said quote first of all I am not losing because those are fake polls. On the election! I think mail in voting is going to rig the election. I have to see look I have to see no not going to say yes. I'm knocking to say no to challenging the results of the election in November. Mr. Trump on Mr Biden. I say he's not competent to be president. To Be President you have to be sharp and tough and so many other things. He doesn't even come out of his basement. Joe Doesn't know he's alive. Okay, he doesn't know he's alive. Trump on the COVID response. No country has ever done what we've done in terms of testing. We are the envy of the world you look at other countries. They don't even do tests. They do test if somebody walks into the hospital. It is cove it. That proves the biggest challenge to president trump's reelection. especially getting the schools open. Riots in Portland Oregon entering the eighth week, far left Mayor Ted. Wheeler has lost control, but refuses help from the Federal Government to stop the violence. The White House deployed agents anyway with US marshals arresting people. The ACLU now suing the trump administration, claiming the officers are quote terrorizing the community. The ACLU operating. As if it doesn't care about the violence. Gun Violence in New, York City crazy. At least nine people shot on Saturday, the NYPD reporting a one hundred thirty percent increase in shootings after the department disbanded its elite anti. Crime Unit. 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It is a very smart thing to do. For the O'Reilly update message of the day. The next analysis is Kinda tongue-in-cheek, but spotlights the madness currently gripping America. The. Los Angeles Times a newspaper, and a we bid of economic trouble, recently featured a column, suggesting America embrace a new national anthem. Possibly because the star spangled banner with all that rockets red glare stuff. May make some sensitive souls feel unsafe and we wouldn't want that. Writer Jody Rosen opined quote. The very idea of a national anthem him to the glory of the country feels like a crude relic, another monument that may warrant tearing down. But if we must have an anthem, it should be a far different one than what we have now positing another kind of patriotism. And it would also be need. It was know a decent song unquote by jody rose. She goes on to suggest a new national anthem of the United States via song by the late bill withers called lean on me. Is that need or what? So I am in envisioning the Olympics. An American has just won a gold, and as the honor is placed round his or her neck. The world here's this. Sometimes in our lives, we all have pain. We all have sorrow, but if we are wise, we know there's always tomorrow. Lean on me when you're not strong, and I'll be your friend I'll help you carry on. Fabulous the entire stadium singing along what a message everyone is safe. Everything will work out you know. Forget to relic lyric land of the free home of the brave s not inclusive enough. Some of US are wimps. Don't we have a right to be represented in the national anthem? Talk about triggering. So Jody's idea is cool and yes neat, but it will work. The lean on me songs to emotional. The anthem was be stirring. If football players are going to brutalize each other. They can't be singing. Lean on me when you're not strong. Right before the onfield carnage begins. Therefore! I am proposing the new National Lambie song that cuts across boundaries, a song that reflects the vibrance of our country. That's right living in America by James. Brown is the only choice. I mean seriously. How brilliant is this? Remember? When rocky four knocked the pudding out of the Big Russian Guy Drago? Rocky would not have been ferocious. Had He just Song Lean on me? So! Let's get down with the new national anthem. Hit it. Super Highways Coast to coast easy to get anywhere. When there's no destination, it's too far and somewhere on the way you might find out who you are. LIVING IN AMERICA IDA station, a station living in America hand hand across the nation. Hey who needs the war of eighteen twelve I can tell you Francis. Scott key would gladly step aside for that. And it would be impossible for Colin Kaepernick and his crew to kneel with that song playing. They getting down like everybody else, so let's do this people. Take it home James. 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A Mobbed Up Filthy Criminal (feat @LicolnsBible)
"Starlings thank you for listening to the Star Burns Audio podcast network. We have so many great comedy shows the ads in your playlists just last week on Star. Burns audio on ghosted Iras dress villas. Busy Phillips talks about a creepy paranormal encounter. She had an Oxford England and listens goes voices captured by ghost hunters on small doses. Amanda Seals talks to her. Insecure coast are writer actress and producer. Isa Ray about the side effects of being a boss introducing that black ash show a new podcast with dull. Sloan check out a teaser episode now featuring comedians Roy Wood Jr. the doll their gains and willie hunter with all episodes available starting Wednesday April twenty. Second make sure to subscribe. So you don't miss a single episode searched Auburn's audio on apple podcast spotify or any podcast platform for full list of our shows featuring hosts like Tim. Hi Decker Open. Mike Eagle and Adam conover. Don't forget to follow us on twitter at starbucks audio. Enjoy the show. I remember stay safe. Stay healthy and keep laughing. Hello and welcome to the daily beans for Monday. April twenty-seventh twenty twenty today an interview. With Lincoln's Bible trump endangers the lives of west point. Grads Dr Burks has gone full numbered. The White House contemplates a liability shield against corona virus lawsuits Deutsche Bank refuses to give the Senate information on Trump Reggie Walton sets a date for the mullahs report. Review no evidence that recovered Cova. Nineteen patients cannot be reinfected and an H. H. S. staffer is arrested. I'm your host. Ag and with me today is Jordan. Coburn do how are you? I'm doing well. I am rested those a Nice Day off. We had a nice happy hour. That was the coolest heavier ever. Actually we just joined us. That was fucking crazy. The personal wheat is concert. I was like because I knew I was going to play a couple of songs and I was like. I should play teenage dirtbag and I looked at the court tablets and I was like. I'm not playing that song and then I was like you know what I know. The Guy who plays in wrote that song so we just had weed is come on now if you're a patron You can watch the entire thing it's I think it's up on Patriot. Now we we do a replay of it. So it's up there if you're a patron so check it out at You know what does it matter? She wrote DOT COM or no patriot DOT COM SLASH. The daily beans. That's where you go. he was also super nice and He stuck around so did his partner. I actually wasn't introduced to who she was exactly so I'm not sure so. It cannot identify her correctly. My apologies but yeah like the stuck around answered questions and stuff too which is super cool. Did took out a lot of time out of their day to hang out with us so those very fun. Yes thank you so much. Brendan and we'd US and you're so we appreciate it Yeah that was so fun. My fingers hurt their. I haven't played the guitar and so long but I really enjoyed that. So thanks for listening to me. Sing at you awesome It was it was Super Fun so we do have a lot of news to get to. We've got a really big interview with Lincoln's Bible from a three part Sub Stack story and interview. That she did with Gregg. Oli Are we. I interviewed. Greg only are on on Sundays. Muller she wrote and I wanted to speak to Lincoln's Bible. Her story is Pretty incredible and she's got a lot of interesting things to say. So that interview comes up later but we do have some headlines from over the weekend. We never get a break. So let's hit the hot notes hot notes all right so Jordan. Why don't you open this up? Talk a little bit about. I think burks was making the rounds. This weekender talked on the TV today or something happened. And it's all over twitter. Can you tell us about that? Yeah totally so she basically So I I've Dr Deborah burks. She's trump's corona virus response coordinator. She went on TV kind of seeking to down. Play the president's suggestion that you all have heard about that injecting disinfectants and ultra and In fact injecting infections and then ultraviolet light could be used as medical treatment for cove nineteen that caused a shit store obviously in seventy hilarious pictures videos and sketches of people consuming themselves with bleach air consuming bleaching in killing themselves. Which is you know. It's dark but it's humor and I love it. Obviously because it's fucking crazy that those words came out of his mouth and he's you know tried to back pedal and say he was being sarcastic and I guess. The people are not letting him. Just get out of that one so easily burks went on CNN state of the Union and she was asked if she was bothered by all the fallout that came from those comments trump said and she said it bothers me is a quote. It bothers me that this is still in the news cycle. Because I think we're missing the bigger pieces of what we need to be doing. As an American people to continue to protect one another as a scientist and a public health official in researchers. Sometimes I worry that we don't get the information to the American people that they need when we continue to bring up something. That was from Thursday night so wait a second so so. We're missing the bigger picture. I don't think we are to us. The bigger picture is stay. The fuck at home and trump is trying to talk us out of that as well. So how how are we by focusing on his inject yourself with bleach comment? Thirty people from New York by the way went to the hospital for Ingesting Bleach. Oh my God really hurry yet. So yeah we're still fucking talking about it and you're right some of these things. These sketches that I know Randy Rainbow did just a spoonful of clorox helps the fever. Go down and Brad Pitt. Played Dr Fao G on Saturday night. Live this weekend and if you haven't seen it you need to see it. It's really good. Yeah I agree. It's kind of. That's really sad and scary to know that that many people even did it. Because it's something that you know you should like. I feel like the first thing I learned the first street smart thing I learned was fucking. Don't drink shit. That smells like poison. It's pretty. It's pretty innate. I would think you consume that anybody. Who's babysat anyone knows that you don't ingest cleaning products? Anyone who's seen the movie. Heathers knows that you don't do you don't do that you don't you? Don't drink anything from under the sink. You just don't do that. It's pretty straightforward. Yeah was really sad. Though is that that comes down. I mean the people that are doing that that are listening to a he saying. I don't think it's because they're diehard trump fans or anything. I think it's because they're just incredibly ill informed and probably are the people you know that that just don't really need either. The fear is too great to overcome the voice in their head. That seeking. Maybe this isn't a good idea or they just aren't aware that bleach is poison. That's not that's inconceivable. That people wouldn't know that really taught to them. I feel like it's all over the label but I don't know then again. Well that's the thing. There's a reason they put that on the label like there's a reason that my deodorant says for external use only It because there are. Ill informed people who who don't know But yeah that that Very dangerous for him to suggest that. And if he's thinking this throughout loud which I think is what Dr Burks was sort of getting out of thinking out loud having a conversation with the scientists. Then you don't think that throughout loud on a microphone in front of America. Yeah exactly yeah. She was saying you know. These are the sorts of communications at. You're going to have when you have a team scientists consulting a non scientist but I completely agree. It's like he there are. There's a reason why you're supposed to write a script and stick to it when people are listening to your words and it's about how to prevent death ultimately so him just add living on the fly is something that is indefensible and it just would have been nice for her to be like yeah. That was really stupid. We're GONNA make sure that we have very strict understandings of the science behind things before he goes up to the podium. You know like how does it say that while she would lose her job right which is the other thing. It's kind of another foul ci moment all over again. It's another example of one of these people that need to be in this position because they Are Far more informed about all of this compared to the president so they don't want to ruffle too many feathers and I think that it's like I I get what she's saying in terms of not wanting to super super focus on the fact that he he said that but at the same time it's like yeah but it kind of does need to be focused on until people stop trying to consume bleach agreed. Yeah Yeah and and yeah. As far as that fatty moment went. I think burks isn't even a more so than Faouzi. Trump really likes her so she might be sitting there thinking. Hey listen to me doesn't listen to FAO G but a foul. She needs to get a message to the president. He'll listen to me. So maybe she considers herself indispensable in that way I honestly don't know I really I don't know but I. I was appalled at what she said this weekend. Yeah it's Another unfortunate look behind the curtain of what it's like trying to operate in that space as a medical mind. Yeah it's it can't be it can't be simple and I don't pretend to know what it's like but I kind of know what it's like but not not not to that extent right all right. Well thank you for that story. A couple of other headlines Donald Trump is recalling thousand. West Point grads. Commencement ceremony that had originally been postponed. The Navy is doing. They're not having it. All the air force is doing it. Virtually and pence was going to speak virtually is going to speak virtually at the Air Force Academy and trump not to be one. Upped is now bringing all a thousand cadets back to New York New York the epicenter of our outbreak in the United States which has the most cases and deaths in the entire world. I'm bringing him back to New York for the ceremony and to accommodate this. These cadets will be called back they will be tested off campus. Then they have to be isolated for fourteen days in rooms with masks and then they'll have to eat segregated groups and there is still no decision by the way about whether family members will be allowed to attend the ceremony. But he's going to be putting all of their lives at risk to put on a show. Wow I mean that's pretty on brand but equally as disappointing. Then they have to listen to him. I mean technically they. Don't you don't have to a obey a lawful order and it is against the law in New York to congregate in groups bigger than ten. I don't know why the Pentagon is allowing this to happen but we have to think about this from a national security standpoint for example when the when the US has comfort went to New York. They were not going to take any code patients. And the reason is is because it could compromise the entire crew of that ship and when you compromise military personnel. You put national security at risk and so you know when you think about these thousand kids who who now are going to be. Army officers They if they get sick you are you. This isn't a national security concern so I I don't understand how I mean. I guess he's got his his Esperer in place. He's got his lackeys all over. Who aren't gonNA who aren't going to stop them from doing it. So yeah let's Shitty. It's really shitty. I feel bad for these kids. And I'm from the Washington Post White House. Officials are debating whether and how to propose a liability shield that would prevent businesses from being sued by customers who contract to corona virus amid trump encouraging businesses to open back up in the middle of the pandemic Some administration officials in the White House or opposing this though because it could open them up to liability the government And the idea is of course Jon. Fierce criticism from Democrats and unions workers unions who warned it could allow employers to escape consequences for unsafe. Business Practices Democrats are not likely to approve this as part of the next round of negotiations though I could see the Republicans insisting that this happen in exchange for perhaps money for the state's well because we knew we know Mitch. Mcconnell wants to the states to go bankrupt because then when you allow a state to go bankrupt You Control it federally. You Control that purse. Federally Right. Yeah. I don't know too much about like the the the sort of game elements of declaring bankruptcy. You know there are people that declared bankruptcy because absolutely have to have no other options and then there are people like trump at declare bankruptcy because it winds up being more advantageous to them to do it and I feel like these people that are just throwing out. We'll just declare bankruptcy. They're not they're thinking about it in terms of it being some sort of like. I don't know like privilege solution kind of that. It is in their minds. That's kind of how reads to me as a person that doesn't know very much about it whatsoever. I think I think that is true but I think also more likely or at as likely the case is that if the blue states declared bankruptcy than the federal government gets a hold of and controls their finances instead of the state itself. So I think it's a way for the Republicans to gain control over the finances of the blue states. That's basically what I think it is. Yeah that makes sense to. I'm just kind of Chinese. Think of like because they can't come out and say that they cannot be. No Stranger. Things have happened though right. Yes yeah but yeah it is. It is just Anna fucking. Don't take financial advice from Republican. I guess unless you're not not one that is operating at the federal level like you said can't be can't be good what they're asking. It can't indefinitely. Don't take stock tips out from Reuters this weekend. The World Health Organization said Saturday that there is currently no evidence that people who have recovered from Kovic nineteen have antibodies and have. Antibodies are protected from a second infection. They are recommending against immunity passports or risk free certificates. Which could actually increase the risk of continues. British people who have recovered may ignore advice about taking standard precautions against the virus. I've been dropping stories like this small studies that have been coming out of south China and talking about how there are a lot of people who have contracted the virus that haven't developed strong enough. Antibodies for immunity. This is going to make vaccination difficult because if the actual corona virus doesn't give you the antibodies than a weakened version of it which is what a vaccine is. We'll certainly not. And if you can become reinfected you can become a carrier Again and it was a symptomatic or or with symptoms. And if you're trying to give people a card that says you know you've you've had Kovic. Nineteen congratulations you. Can Go back to work. If a third of these people can still carry the virus but have this immunity card. They won't have to follow guidelines and precautions for social distancing and etc like presumably for. Shit like that because they've got their card so the the world innovation who defended by the way Is now saying you know. They're they're starting to see more evidence in it's starting to come to the surface that not everyone who who has been infected with corona virus is immune They think well they say there's no evidence yet so we need to keep an eye on that and A staffer from the Department of Health and Human Services was arrested Thursday for bringing a loaded firearm to work. His name is Rodney Span. He's a branch chief under the. Hhs officer the Assistant Secretary for preparedness and Response. He brought an unregistered firearm ammunition to work and the Capitol. Police have confirmed the arrest. Apparently he's like he's an angry guy. There's a there's been people within the department that have retired because they're afraid of this guy though so he's arrested so that's good. We're a little safer and finally Deutsche Bank. Deutsche Bank is declining request by the US Senate to provide information about their recent business dealings with trump and trump's family and that's according to a letter obtained by Reuters Earlier this month for Democratic senators led by Elizabeth. Warren demanded details from the bank about trump's family business dealings next month as we know. The Supreme Court May Twelfth the set to hear arguments indicates over whether Deutsche Bank must turn over their financial records subpoenaed by two House committees And CHECK OUT. Sunday's episode muller she wrote for the latest on Flynn he has a new filing saying the FBI framed him. And there's a new minute. Order from Judge Reggie Walton setting the unredacted Muller report hearing for June eighteenth and we go into detail in that in the in. This week's muller she wrote so that is the a block so without further ado. We'll be right back with an interview from Lincoln's Bible. You won't want to miss that. 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I'm okay I'm doing all right just Staying at home trying to do my part. Yeah yeah so I spoke to Greg earlier. This weekend he chat a lot and I read his three part series that that he's been working tirelessly on and and the third installment was an interview with you and I wanted to ask you a couple of questions about that piece Because we we are in the muller season finale. We've got a lot of the aspect of the Mueller investigation ripening so we have the muller grand jury material case which is on its way to Scotus. It appears that the Justice Department has filed a writ of Sirte for that and it looks like they're seeking a stay while they do that the unredacted full report sits on Judge Reggie Walton's desk he'll be reviewing nat and then having a conference on June eighteenth about it as it stands for now And of course we have the Senate Intelligence Committee That they'll be dropping volume five of their review of the intelligence communities assessment of the trump Russia probe which will include long awaited counterintelligence aspects and expected to be about a thousand pages. And that is the report that has my attention. Although the one that just came out is good But this one. This counterintelligence one is Very fascinating to me because of what you talked with Greg. All Er about about the secrecy of the intelligence community. So I can I ask about your connection to the intelligence community. Sure actually going to spend a little bit of time on this because I did in that interview. That you that you read as well as a lot time clarifying that. I've never worked in the intelligence community nor have I ever had a security clearance You know I'm a writer I'm a writer that's it you know I'm also a family member. mother dot clearly a woman. Right MOTHER DAUGHTER. All of those things But the whole point of that interview is that I'm outside of that community trying to reach through the barriers between the citizenry and the institutions of secrecy which we created to protect us right. We created that ad to break. What I believe is hurting us. More than any enemy we've ever encountered so the entire conversation is about the physics of secrecy. The arc of it as a writer would say. Secrecy is a tool. It's not the senior taking an oath to. It's just a tool is the most fundamental that. Yeah I see has employed to protect the republic and we get that we really. I don't know anyone who doesn't get that we understand. And we value it. And we're grateful for it. I mean it's God if you even have a Olympus just from studying and researching the kinds of threats that are always constantly persistently out there and the risks that people have to take in order to even assess that With ANY DEGREE OF ACCURACY. Which is not anything that anybody you know. There's not perfection right You want you want you want to be safe. You want to be saved. We Wanna be safe so you don't even years of service inside in town community to grasp but the value secrecy and how and why it's used but I do personally believe that we are at a tipping point because the pursue only ends one way it destroys it destroys. Think of any family secret. What does it end up? Ruining it ends up breaking you unless you break it so that's just where it always will go. It's just what it is as a as a creature as a tool it just destroys thing that it was used to protect. So that's the answer to your question and I WanNa only answer yet. I do need to say something more on this. If you'll indulge me so the direct one is that I I have a close family member who is now retired after a lifetime of service at one of the big agencies Now it's no secret that those agencies have a workforce that is vast and complex in many love. There's just out. Thousands of thousands of people working at all different kinds of levels aren't all different tasks at all different ways. Just think of a great big huge corporation you get right And the most I'll say about my family. Members work in position is that it was not a minor one. He takes certain kind of person to not only find their strength within one of these agencies but to also be so good at it so good at their job. They then end up nurturing strengths of others. Still you find yourself on a top floor of managerial pyramid. That takes a special kind of person to not only last. You know they're not get spit out for whatever reason but to rise and become beloved truly beloved along the way by everyone you work with so if I were to identify The senior trait of my loved one that helped accelerate him or her onto that floor. We're an open door. Truly an office sits there waiting in a matter. How many times trying to retire It would be humility humility. So I know that that answer is not going to satisfy some of your viewers because I'm not naming names but I'm not going to say any more about the exact relation or what I know of their work because although I've never worked in intelligence I know how to why I said that this it would be bad hygiene to say or even a gender Pronoun or especially a noun like aunt or uncle. That is not my place to do that. And then I just I need to end in this Because it's just so it's such a big part of the conversation of sitting there going. Why aren't they saving us? Whereas the hero. And how can this be true? What you're saying if there's NO 'cause shortly someone would rise ord and save the day and you know these are people. These are human beings and we need to understand who are leaders are inside the intelligence community as human beings. That's an essential part of the conversation so my loved one as sitting there sort of people. Want to vilify. You need to know this. My loved one is a person who never failed our family. There was not a birthday a moment of joy. A hospital stay that was unattended. And it's not a small family. It's not a big family. So when I think of the information that he or she held when I think of the knowledge he or she was walking around with over all those years and look back and see that none of it was sensed by any of us. There was no dark cloud with this person. No barrier to loving them or being feeling loved by them. No arrogance. There was just humble attended attentiveness to all of our needs so this is the person I deeply deeply love and respect and somebody who nurtured me even helping me wrap my mind around this subject matter that we are discussing without ever compromising a shred of their integrity. So that kind of character is astounding. That is what we'll intelligence a lot of people on twitter emits and I never claimed to be one of them and this is why right that are like we're in how we know intelligence in the end the arrogance The lack of humility. That should be the first clue to anyone that that that person is is swinging a bat. That doesn't belong to them Definitely and I love that. You make the point You brought up that. The intelligence community is just so vast and massive and it's made up thousands of people and so they can't all have the same level of information on any given subject and I think that it's that vast nece that is a benefit to us. But you know it would amplify that disconnected nece at least the negative aspects of it to save someone like Rick Grenell with zero intelligence experience. Be The office of the Director of National Intelligence. I mean Oh my God and that is that has to be by design. Doesn't it yes? That's that's a destructive act. That's a destructive act in intentionally destructive act So you know. That's the imagine than being inside. Imagine being inside that community and knowing that and And having you know a a massive nation that you love some people you'll never meet three hundred and fifty some odd million of us down to your own family members that You're in there to try to protect and serve. I mean that's the position that the monstrosity that is. Our president is putting everybody in this is. Ag You're listening to interview with Lincoln's Bible. Stay with us for more right after this break hey everybody. 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All the workouts the nutrition information and support totally free again just text daily beans one word to thirty thirty thirty and now back to the interview with Lincoln's Bible so yeah and Muller even said in his testimony when asked what the most important aspect of any of this was is he. He brought up deny he out that the coordination between the intelligence communities or the intelligence agencies in the intelligence community is of the utmost importance. Not As what? He put his emphasis on in his in his testimony to Congress. But yes to to think that we would have a savior and when you know when we started our podcast We had a lot of people saying you know. Why are you putting muller up on a pedestal wire use? I'm like we're just covering the investigation but it but there was a sense of here comes our White Knight and I think we've learned that we shouldn't expect that from any one human being in the intelligence community we could talk about Andy. Mccabe and his Pressure to Rosenstein to open a special council investigation And we could talk about some individual acts that took bravery and courage for you know about. I could name a ton of 'em with Peter Struck to you know for any group of people but To to to put all that pressure on one person when this government is is what we've created we have as the people you know. Yeah well okay. So there's a lot in what you just said First of all I you know if my own personal experience is any indication. I'm sure that MOLLICA handle the very end. The pressure despite and And we have a lot of late nights wasn't just one. Hey One white knight is coming. We don't look at these men and women and see them as humble servants. Who also in that? That's actually what makes them a white knight right exactly then Then we're not doing our job as good citizens either. So we can. We can couch quarterback this all day long. We would have done this. And and what we expect to expectations and those are our narratives Yup As far as I can tell that special counsel and it wasn't just him did their job And we'll find out the extent of it. We're still we're still being kept from grasping the extent of it it's just unfathomable But that gets to the other side of this where it's you know. Everyone is expecting the White Knight but they forgot about the villain. The bad guy is good and being a bad guy. I write bad guys. It's one of my things and fix are bad guy. 'cause he's not realistic and let me tell you All the great bad guys in film and Television and I and you know it. Certainly writers have an novels Writers have have a real responsibility for the fantasies that everybody's in any way about how things work With a real culpability. In that for sure. But there's not A. It's not a bad guy that you love that you didn't also get you. Didn't get a new motivations. You saw how good they were. The bigger the hero the batter the bad guy and the guy he had to have he has to have the ability to win and crush your hero. Or He's not an obstacle real threat. He's not an antagonist is right. Then in that case he's just a Carter page. They're good yeah you know you. Don't blame the good guy for how good at being bad. The bad guy is yeah that makes sense. Yeah and that's kind of what I wanted to talk to you about next. Because you posit that Donald trump is a top echelon informant and you you you say that's evidenced by the fact he's never been indicted and I've talked about this with like so many people like he. He's decades and decades of crime but he's never been indicted for anything. Why is that so two questions from that? I does working. And and this is a rhetorical question really for all intents and purposes but does working with the intelligence community as an informant. Make you a good guy and second. Why did he get to run for President? That's the question you get all the time. Okay it's it's great. It's great that you're you're in this discussion and it would just left. You know. It's one of those things that we we have to just keep. It's hard for Americans to wrap their minds around this for whatever reason Okay so we're GONNA tackle. Why was he allowed to let to run for President? Second you know the first part. I think he does in the right order is does that mean if he if he was a top echelon informant working with both the Justice Department and then the intelligence community. Isn't he some kind of James Bond here? Oh no he's built a criminal and I will say I'm fine saying that This is decades and decades and decades of him doing deals with organized crime and those crime bosses or organized crime figures somehow end up snared in an indictment thing going to go into jail Or flippin on even a bigger person And the One business partner. That always skates free is Is it was our president and his disgusting family so That's you know. Maybe it isn't Avi I. It's so obvious. But but using the socratic method I think is the best way to get people to grasp it bite you know. Do you have to believe I fall from start with the domestic organized crime that he was in business with for decades As was his father so eat and this is all document. I'm not thank stuff that I'm pulling out of my ass. There's there's no there. See You know. Forty fifty years of lawsuits and indictments and real investigative journalism and it. Just it's just all their So the in terms of the so you'd have to look at all of that all that decades of public record in evidence and everything that's there and all of his business dealings and then also simultaneously hold the thought in your other hand that our department of Justice Are F. Are Criminal Investigative Division which used to call the Organized Crime Division. Does it not use this guy as an informant does? It wasn't willing to offer him a way out of his own crimes of his own indictments if he would just help them. Catch these other criminals who then just mysteriously Did end up being caught and put in jail so you can't. You can't have both those things. You can't think that the that are good. Guys are great at their job and somehow that they were completely clueless. The people who were investigating and matter what completely clueless that dot this very public person who was involved in all these business deals and had money laundering investigations. Going on into his own deals at his casinos somehow wasn't somebody that they could go to and say. Hey how about a Once you start working does that mean once you start working with the Justice Department does it. And then event- eventually tells US Committee. Does that mean that you're a guy no means you're filthy criminal and and so then? The question is which we will not know. This is what we need to look at the history of this from inside of the of the communities themselves What how they recorded it. How much rope was he given Did he just get set loose back into the waters to reveal more and more and more criminality because he kept her criminals international criminals it turns out because he kept climbing himself was he continually brought in and asked about these things I have a hard time believing that someone who makes trips to Russia and mixes it up with Robert Maxwell and Laundering money semi-mobile. A bitch doesn't get a tap on the shoulder and say hey come on and talk to us about you. Know this business deal you're doing laundering money with these rape traders Some kind of hard to believe again. You'd have to believe that. Our intelligence community was so inept so the question is did they have another way of using him another way of sort of watching him attacking him. That would help lead to things but what we can figure out at the end of the of the end of the whole pile of it is the no he this filthy criminal. This is a filthy crumple This a bag by bag is easily compromised by the worst people on the planet who do what nothing to do us harm and so we have to have to deal with that. That's what we have to deal with your. And then of course the intelligence community has to deal with the culpability factor that you spoke to Greg about which is yes there secrecy but there's also culpability meaning how culpable is the intelligence community in releasing him. Back out into the wild to do more climbing You know which is what you were just mentioning about. How much rope did they give him right? And I I think that that probably brings us. And and of course now it would be an even bigger issue since he's run for president and one which sort of gets us to the second part of that question about. Yeah Yeah Okay so culpability. These are the methods these have been the methods sense. You Know Pre World War even when it came to You know there was a is a wonderful incredible woman that everybody should read up on and study and learn about his name was Elizabeth Friedman. And she's actually for all intents and purposes. You could look at what she did when it came to breaking code That actually was the foundation of signal. Intelligence She sort of the grandmother the whole say. And what was she doing? She was working with Some attorneys generals and prosecutors in Catching lobsters bootleggers right. In the in prohibition years And so she. This is just what it is we. We always been the method of using signing away to infiltrate the criminal networks by using relationships with criminals. Leveraging them over the crimes they had to try to get them in on your this is what it is and then to keep trying to work that relationship up until you can catch bigger and bigger fish or stop a bigger and bigger crime. It's the method and so it can't be like okay. The culpability there for sure. Should you stop some of this shit? Yeah I would hope that there will be a line where we start sort of figuring out when we need to stop this with a with individual informants winded. That wind is their level of criminality Become something that can't be tolerated. No matter what the imaginary prize on the end on the other end of it might be you know when you just have to stop that. So that's a that's a whole other conversation but in terms of allowing your guy to become president. I don't think that there's you know that's that's Donald weaponising the rules of secrecy against us. You know. That's that's him. He's the bad actor. He's the one who who who we need to be holding accountable on this you can. I last. I checked the Department of Justice. Doesn't allow or disallow people to put their name. I don't know I don't believe that's part of the deal that you negotiate when you're an informant to get out of your diet minutes. I don't think it's in there saying you cannot ever run for public office. No maybe a reform we can look at now that we've had this very unique experience But I mean of course. We can do it in hindsight after they've taken office. Resigning can be part of not being indicted. We saw that with Spiro. Agnew and multiple other actors but now we are no out whether he was ever pressed to do that though. If we have no idea no we don't yeah. All we know is that he's he's a monstrosity. That's what we know. And now with hindsight and what fifty four thousand dead due to this epidemic because of gross negligence. I'm going to say probably criminal homicide negligent homicide. Now we look back and say okay and now is this the tipping point where where the secrecy should be just blown or something. Or where's the whistle blowers are what's happening is that? I mean that's I feel like that's the feeling everybody has and a lot of people have had it for things that happened well before thousands and thousands of people dying you know with the attack on the rule of law through the Justice Department weaponising. Bill Bar Going back to obstruction of justice with the molar investigation. Some of us were down to impeach him for that And so now it's it's you know this tipping point have. We turned the corner or not. Well I think that I think this is when you gotta go met again. You know you gotta get away out and sort of ask the question Why do we have the intelligence community and the Justice Department? Why do we have them? Why did we build these institutions? We built them to protect us against things like NASA billion data and we built them to stop something. I think I think the holy grail of of counterintelligence in terms of what you're trying to if you were to boil down what is the. What is the most unbelievable thing that could happen? That your whole your whole mission is to protect. Make sure it doesn't this. Seems like it being subverted by Having having our leadership having our nation been being taken over by a hostile foreign intelligence agency that seems to me That the second you know a man who's owned property of at least one if not two or more hostile foreign intelligence services was installed as president. It's happened the break. The glass man. This is the moment the I got in right. So so those two. Those two things are why we have the Justice Department and the intelligence community. To begin with this is mobsters and spies. There is no other wheelhouse. There's no the press isn't supposed to fix this. They're supposed to you know look out you. Don't keep track of corruption and hold elected officials accountable and other kinds of things accountable. And that's why they have protection the constitution but ob la La but they're not there to root out mobsters and spies we have tell the Justice Department to do that and win a mobster spy and the President United States Spies I know everybody freaks out about that term. But let's talk to people to laymen right then then there's only one place to turn to to say. Hey you're you're not going to survive this intelligent. I don't I don't know how we survive is because I do think all of this will come out. I really do I the whole history is GonNa come out or at least enough of is going to be more public and more easily digested by people than all the little millions of pieces that that many of us together that are already out in public. I think the whole they'll be a convulsion of like. How could you have let this happen? And it doesn't matter. How many conversations do you win? I and others have about the reasons why it did happen. And how her warwick are our own people are there is no surviving that on the other side of mass death and subversion by by hostile foreign power no agreed and the alternative is our intelligence community is not surviving because of being dismantled by the asshole criminal in the White House. So you know I I. I tend to think we're past the point now where secrecy is dangerous but You know we'll we'll see what happens. I know it will all come out but we'll see if it comes out sooner rather than later if it goes through all the legal. We didn't get the door ski report until a couple of years ago from Watergate. So I'm hoping it goes faster than that but you know we'll see I'm hoping so too because it's a very tender moment for all of us and I can say within my family and why this is an emotional interview for me Is it's a. It's a very specifically tender moment Inside of the of the very relationship that ended up putting me on the other end of your microphone. So we we need to be there for our loved ones and An and stop this. This intentional mass. We need to stop. It agreed and thank you for joining me today. And thanks for speaking to me and thank you to your family for their service and sacrifice. I really do appreciate that. Can you tell us where people can find you and your writing? Yeah I I think this for this writing. I really just a mantra with visits. It's it's insane but that's what it is so you can go to my my twitter page. Which is Lincoln's Bible with an s. and And there's a pin tweet at the at the top of the thread. That is a threat of threads Mostly so each one of those is a dive into the history organized crime history of our president and his family and some of the other players and in this whole debacle with research and stuff that people can go read. And just you know start reading. Just start reading all right. Well thank you so much again. Lincoln's Bible. I really appreciate you joining me today. 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How are you Anne now widely different than thirty seconds to say what's the news updates should so we have we some? We have some good news. We also have some confessions this week. We do we do. We actually have more confessions than we do. Good new submission so that's exciting all right well. Let's hit it. What are we got for the good news just for just for switching it up Yeah piece starting from good news First one is from CASSIE. Cassie says good news. My neighborhood by nothing group has been amazing. Through our whole social distancing period they have coordinated sharing materials and skills to craft and distribute masks over seven hundred twenty five as as of a couple days ago They've made sure our neighbors had all the essential items they needed in even set up a mobile food bank utilizing perishable donations from local stores. That couldn't otherwise be donated to food banks. For example this weekend is weakened number four of the Food Bank and last week they picked up and distributed over thirteen hundred pounds of food. I'm so proud to live in a neighborhood with such amazing helpers in it that that's wonderful that is that's I am very inspired by all the people that are out there actually doing things right now and when where they're able when they're able to very very cool thank you for telling us that Next up from Elizabeth Elizabeth says good news. My friend who got diagnosed with bladder cancer stage four just before the holidays went through Chemo and radiation that wrapped just before the virus hit just had a scope and gay. The tumors are gone. Yea gals help me get through the days for the laughs amid the things. That aren't really funny. That is a hugely good piece of news. Wonderful Wonderful News. Oh my gosh. That's incredible Best of luck going forward in remission and that's that amazing Next from anonymous anonymous as good news. Donnie was so embarrassed by the disaster of disinfectant comment. He's no longer doing Kofi Prefix. It's about money time. This happened was wonderful. Yeah although he wasn't owning up to that right he's just like These are productive. What's the point I tell I tell the truth? You all just don't report the truth. There's no point to like yes that's what's happening. That's why this has to stop all right. That's good news. Thank you everybody. If you want to submit good news to us every day for daily beans you can do that at daily beans pot on twitter and we also have our next segment quarantine. Confessions HE LA okay first step from Rhonda Rhonda Says Confession. I impulse bought a pair of medieval practice sword. So my wife and I could sword fight in the backyard. Lar- Yes lots of folks are being their true authentic selves now that the pretense of social acceptance is in a thing anymore and I guess my true self is a giant dark and lucky my wife into it though the swords. I mean she won't fight me hand to hand not Rhonda Rhoda R. H. O. D. A. But that's so funny that is yes that is an amazing image and I hope there are people doing that. Exact same thing their backyards around the country as well. I hope I hope. I hope you have soared. Fight Music playing when you. Oh my God yes. Yes I think of a Knight's tale that was like I was obsessed with that movie growing up with Heath Ledger. You know. And there's like an amazing montage where he's learning how to fight and shit and there's there's all this great music like I think what is what does that song like pepper. Bob Bob Bob Bob. Thank God I was thinking I was thinking more along the lines of like Princess Bride. But we can. We can go with low rider or whatever that soggy. Yes yes it's just it's just a great montage song in. There's a bunch of sword fighting in its epic and Yeah that's amazing Next up from Steph Corny Confession. My boyfriend and I have taken a celebrating getting through another week. Quarantine on Saturdays by having a big breakfast in many mimosas. Not sure how many because we never really finish one before we start refilling. It makes the weekends feel a little special. Thanks for keeping me sane. During this time love you guys love you to? That's really that's really fun. It's so nice to have Shittu look forward to. We've been talking about lately. Yeah that's really. Cool and mimosas are delicious. Totally get what you're saying about the Mary poppins port. You just never let it end you know and then you know your truck is fuck all right next up from Philip. Philip says confession. I'm a nurse in child and Adolescent Mental Health Crisis Team and whenever I get referred to as an essential worker. I find myself channeling those podcast and they fucking essential so I've managed to avoid saying it out loud and team meetings though I just imagine your boss like you guys are all essential and just be like we're fucking essential. We're focused search old. That'd be great. Maybe you can turn it into like a team. Chant or something. You don't have to explain the origins of it for political reasons. You know but But yeah that's that's great for Cuna sensual year. No one knows what we're talking about way back in the day. When muller she wrote was a baby pod we were covering Cohen's slush fund where he would take payments from like Novartis and. At and T. And some South Korean Aerospace Company. Basically people just trying to buy access to trump and the LLC was called essential consultants and we. Somebody put together a logo because we came up with the tagline. We're talking essential Just because it seems moby and so that's that's where that comes from yes So funny I love that and your central. And thank you for doing what you do Next firm Eliza so I've been trimming my banks in hair and so far it's been okay because of that. I got into my head that I wanted to cut my husband's hair. He really needed to cut. He wanted nothing to do with it. I watched hours of youtube videos and was sure that I could do this. I even ordered clippers for the details interim however I just couldn't convince him last week when they extended the shutdown here the Netherlands sick. Thank you for listening Until the end of May my husband knew he couldn't put off put it off any longer. Besides he was having zoom meetings and really starting to look shabby. I set up a whole professional professional in quotes station WITH SCISSORS. Mirrored Clippers combs spray bottle. And welcome my first client. I knew from the start. This wasn't going to be as easy as thought shaking. I started to cut but didn't let him know. I was suddenly scared shitless after weeks of pushing. I suddenly realized they didn't know what I was doing. Even when the clippers made that bald spot I kept on going in the end in the end. The clip wasn't two or the cut wasn't too terrible and as long as he did doesn't turn his head to the side at all his colleagues will never see the big bald spot on zoom call. Does he does. He know it's they're like did you tell him. Yeah that's so funny anybody. That has a bald spot on their head. Just means they have a partner. That really loves them. That's what that signifies. Now that happen to Anderson Cooper as well and he showed everybody on television. It's like look what I did to myself. Yeah cash it's hard. I know my my. I saw you know Matt Bird. I've see his hair right now. Currently he looks like Fabio which Matt Bird as Fabio is a very interesting image but he really his hair so it it looks a golden and in flow in. It's like kind of almost past his shoulders to credible. I say he's going for the going for the James Schrader. Look yes yes exactly. But that's really nice of you to try to cut your cut your person's hair this of luck next time. All right we got to worthies from cat. Like many people waist-deep animal crossing world. The dogs and I spend a Lotta Time on the SOFA and they snooze while I play confession. They recognize the saving. Quit chime in all wake up and jump to their feet in anticipation when they hear it. This means I might play it too much. I do not care. They'll like up. She saving and quitting. It's time to go. Let's go for walks. It's funny frigging smart dogs. Yeah that is nice. You go from your world. Virtually animals to really animals. How Nice Surrounded by animals Okay finally from Cynthia between the extra vigilance about handwashing and also the increasingly lax showering habits. There has never been such a wide disparity in how often the various parts of my body are exposed to soap. Yes thousand beautifully. That's so true. It's all about the t spot everything else. They can just wait in line. It's great great. And that's warranty. Confessions everyone just for a same. As the cases are good news. You can tweet Corinthian. Confessions into US at daily beans pot on twitter. Yes thank you. Everyone for sending those in and thanks to everybody who came to our We this concert hosted by the daily beans over the weekend. There was so much fun again. Really appreciate it. We're already working on. Did I come up? I think I came up with a theme for next week. But forget what I said. I forget as well actually ought to watch it. Yeah we'll have to come up with a theme. I keep getting a little bit drunk by the end of this anybody. If anybody remembers the theme was supposed to be this week tweeted at us or if you if you if I didn't Which is feasible also. Then you know. Just tweet at daily beans pod. Let us know what you think. That theme should be. I am down for your ideas. That's it that's all I've got Danny have any final thoughts not for me other than Keep keeping strong and hanging in there sending love to everybody. Yeah one hundred percent I would not be making it through this without you all so I appreciate that and Youtube Jordan. You're fucking social. You are fucking essential here and I do appreciate every does everyone know. Please take care of yourself. Take care of each other. Take care of your mental health and take care of the planet I've Been Ag. I've been Jordan Coburn and them's the beans. The daily beans is executive produced and directed by AG Jordan Coburn and engineered edited by Mackenzie Mozelle and starbucks. Industries Are Marketing Manager. Executive assistant production and social media. Direction is Amanda Reader Fact Checking Research by AG Jordan Coburn and Amanda Reader. Our music is written and performed by. They might be giants. Are Web design and branding or by Joel reader with moxy design studios and our website is daily beans pod dot com.
O'Reilly Update Morning Edition, July 31, 2020
"Bill O'Reilly here, and I'm warming up stand by for the O'Reilly update morning edition, but I. Now. Many of you me included are worried that our 401k retirement savings everything we've worked very hard for over lifetime could evacuate. We live in very uncertain times with all the fake news where stuck wondering where to turn. For fact, based Financial Investment Analysis. It's important to have an independent expert working our corner to preserve in grow our savings. So, meet Silicon Valley, Angel, investor, and Five G. Expert Jeff Brown, a brownstone research who only obligation is to us to you. He's created a newsletter called the near future report where he shares his analysis on where the stock market is going and went. which stocks are poised rise and fall and how you can benefit from an exploding tech market. Now just track record is amazing. So please go right now. To Bill Five. G. Dot com bill five G. dot com, let Jeff help you preserving grow your wealth through this very volatile. Bill Five. YEA- dot Com. You will thank me. On. This Friday. I am thinking back forty two years ago, this week, nineteen, seventy eight when the movie animal house was released and wound up being one of the most successful films of the year. But that movie could never be made today. In fact, the participants would be cancelled shamed vilified. There may even be protests in Portland. Here's the backstory. Animal houses a satire of the fraternity system on college campuses, which still exists it is racist sexist, rude crude, and almost every scene is inappropriate. It's also one of the funniest movies ever made if if you have a sense of humor. The film features Comic Madman, John, Belushi, who would absolutely terrify many college students today. Just the Toga Party, scene alone would send many young people running for a safe space. Animal. House screenplay mocks just about everyone including women and minorities at one point. Hollywood love the film today not so much. There's nothing woke about animal house, but it could evolve I'd love to see a remake maybe stevie coal bear in the Belushi role hey netflix's would take it. So let's do this people. Let's hold a meeting. Let's have lunch and get that remake of Animal House. And now this? report, show that Americans overpay on car insurance by more than twenty, one, billion dollars. But searching for a better deal can take hours and results in a barrage of emails until now. Thanks to the ZEBRA DOT COM. The leading car insurance comparison site, the Zebra Dot. com. The only place you can compare quotes side-by-side from more than one hundred providers and choose the best for you in ninety seconds or less. Amazing. Plus, we'll never sell your information to the spammers. The best part is it's completely free. You can save up to six, hundred, seventy dollars a year using the zebra dot com. How much can you say on your car and Home Insurance, go today and start saving zebra dot com slash bill, the zebra dot com slash bill, the Zebra, dot com slash bill. That is the morning rally update more analysis later on.
The O'Reilly Update, July 29, 2020
"Bill O'Reilly here Wednesday July Twenty Nine Two thousand twenty you are listening to the O'Reilly update. Here's what's happening today in America. The attorney general testifies before Congress on rising crime and protests in America. Joe Biden releases his plan to combat economic injustice six players on the New England patriots opt out of the two thousand and twenty season. Woman killed by a great white shark in Maine. Also had money in. America how you doing with that? But I. TURN GENERAL BAR calling out congressional Democrats over their parties handling of anti-police protests in more than one hundred cities. The asking a legislator legislators why they refused to condemn violent attacks against federal property and city property. That's an excellent question. Mr? Bar. Facing a series of attacks from lawmakers including shame on you. and. An accusation that he's quote working to end America's First Amendment Rights. Farley congresswoman. Melia Jaya Pol even accused the attorney general of enabling police officers to quote persistently kill black bodies. Unquote Joe Biden unveiling his proposal to help fight economic and racial disparities. Former vice president promising more federal investment in minority owned businesses government housing public transportation. He says, he'll the racial wealth gap and the jobs gap from black and Brown people. Survive on the program will cost about one hundred and fifty billion dollars in addition to the trillions of dollars. He says, he wants to spend on climate change. At least six players on the New England patriots refusing to suit up for the season according to an agreement between the League and Players Association. Anyone considered high risk for covert can opt out of playing while still earning a salary of three hundred fifty thousand dollars pro football schedule the start. September tenth in Kansas City. Woman from New York kill by a great white shark off coast of Maine Sixty three zero was swimming in the waters near Bailey island that's east of Portland Maine. When the ten foot Predator struck Eyewitnesses say the incident happened less than forty feet from shore. It is the first fatal shark attack in Maine's history. In a moment money in. America. How are you doing with that? Right back. Report show that Americans overpay on car insurance by more than twenty, one billion dollars but searching for a better deal can take hours and results in a barrage of emails until now thanks to the Zebra Dot Com. The leading car insurance comparison site. The Zebra Dot com is the only place. You can compare quotes side-by-side from more than one hundred providers and choose the best for you in ninety seconds or less. Amazing. Plus they will never sell your information to the spammers. The best part is it's completely free. You can save up to six hundred, seventy dollars a year using the Zebra Dot, com? How much can you say on your car and home insurance go today and start saving the zebra dot com slash bill the zebra dot com slash bill the zebra dot com slash bill. Time. Now, for the Riley, update message of the day the truth about money in America. You may have noticed that the left is trying to divide the country using currency rich versus poor haves versus have nots, and some of the time I do this based on color race. So let's run down the fax. There are eleven million. Millionaires. In the USA. That is nine percent. Of the entire population. There are only six hundred, twenty, one billionaires. According to data from the Census Bureau. There are a hundred and fifteen million households total in the USA. How souls earning less than fifty thousand dollars comprise forty, eight, million, that's forty percent. Of, the households population by far the biggest category. Households in the USA earning fifty thousand to one hundred, thousand dollars a year. Number thirty, five, million that's twenty nine percent of us. Households earning a hundred thousand to five, hundred, thousand, ten, million. Eight percent of US households earning five, hundred, thousand to a million. Eight million. percent. So you can see that about seventy percent of American households earn less than a hundred thousand dollars a year. Obviously this group will decide and has decided the presidential election. Democrats say they will give the seventy percent. More government money they will give the folks entitlements, healthcare housing food stamps. Etc.. The entitlement. Party. Does appeal to some folks who feel that they need help actually. Because Republicans basically, say you've got to practice self reliance, they favor a safety net, but a much smaller federal presence. And less free stuff. And so the battle rages. Now, where are you in all this? I can tell you my upbringing was solidly working class in Levittown on Long Island in New York. My family did not have much money. We had used cars now they're called pre-owned cars. You don't hear US cars anymore. We didn't have air conditioning in the house that was brutal in the summer. We had very few amenities. My father took us on vacation to Vermont Lake Bama Seen We drove on up their stated A. Kind of quaint to resort. I love that word kwait wasn't lavish at all. In fact, I didn't even go on an airplane. Until I was eighteen years all we drove on a Greyhound bus from New York to Fort Lauderdale Florida try that. So in my life I have been self reliant never taken a government handout never taken a long never barred any money I worked since I'm ten years old I competed I did well, I'm happy and now I give away a lot of money but there are many people many voters who want government entitlements and that's what the Democrats are counting on. I'm Bill O'Reilly approve that message by writing it for more news analysis. Please visit Bill O'Reilly Dot Com and join our stand up for your country campaign. In a moment something, you might not know. Now the O'Reilly update brings you something you might not know. Violent protests have taken over sections of many American cities since the death of George Floyd as you know. Portland Oregon has seen sixty consecutive nights of riots. While arsonists try to burn down federal property the Farley mayors of protests cities seem unable or unwilling to stop the chaos promoting some fair thinking Americans to ask a very simple question who voted in these loons. I. In new. York. City Communist Mayor Bill De Blasio was reelected in two thousand seventeen winning sixty, six percent of the vote. That number jumps to eighty percent in the bronx and Brooklyn. Only Staten Island voted Republican now, very few people know this but very few people voted in the Dubois zero election below thirty percent. And Chicago Lori lightfoot. Earning nearly three quarters of the entire vote in the windy city or opponent another Democrat received twenty six percent last summer Republican. One in Chicago was William. Hale Thompson in nineteen, twenty seven. Might be time for a change in Chicago as the death toll mounts. Portland Oregon far left Mayor Ted Wheeler actually joined the rioters standing by his crowds tried to set a Federal Court House on fire. Willer was elected in two thousand, sixteen by fifty, four percent of the city. Promising to quote, take care of those in need and closed the gap between wealthy and poor residents. Instead. Mayor. Wheeler is actually helping to destroy. The entire city of Portland. Next Stop Seattle Jenny Durkan elected in two thousand, seventeen, sixty percent of the vote. And allowing anarchists take control of City Hall and the surrounding area? Seventy percent of Seattle identifies as Democrat eighty, four percent of residents there voted for Hillary Clinton two thousand sixteen. San Francisco mayor a London breed one in two, thousand, eighteen thirty six percent of the vote. The two other candidates were also Democrats. In San. Francisco there is a one party system. That has led to disaster. Despite liberal domination in America's cities, the is still split down the middle when it comes to politics a Gallup poll in May two, thousand twenty shows a third of voters self identify as Republican a third is Democrats a third is independence. Back, after this. Thank you for listening to the O'Reilly Update I. Am Bill O'Reilly no spin just facts and always looking out for you.
The O'Reilly Update, July 24, 2020
"Bill O'Reilly here Friday July Twenty Fourth Two, thousand twenty. You are listening to the O'Reilly update. Here's what's happening today in America. Since the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis on May twenty. Fifth country is witness anti-police protests in more than one hundred cities. The destruction is the worst seen since the civil unrest of the Vietnam War era. In New York City crime now out of control shootings up two hundred, seventy seven percent, compared to two thousand nine hundred thousand homicides, spiking thirty percent riots in early June demolish more than one hundred businesses in the city, creating more than twenty five million dollars in damage. Three hundred police officers were injured in the chaos. The district attorney in New York Cyrus Vance refusing to charge most of those arrested including Mayor De blasios daughter. This is a dereliction of duty by Mr Vance. Go to Portland Oregon now on its eighth week of daily protests, demonstrators, their targeting local police precinct and federal property. The city's far left mayor, refusing any help from the trump administration, saying the situation is under control, which it is not just last night. The protesters turned on wheeler threw things at him cursed him. One Oregon Congressman insists the rioters quote some people who have strong feelings. Feelings yeah, and like to set fires some of them and will hurt you some of them. In Chicago gun violence setting new records least four hundred eleven, people have been killed so far this year, Mayor Lightfoot, criticizing the president, insisting he has no real interest in helping the windy city, even though the Department of Homeland Security is deploying one hundred and fifty agents to help stop. The murders and shootings in Chicago I believe Miss Mayor that's help is not. In total twenty thousand people at least have been arrested since June first and fifty states more than five hundred businesses destroyed in New York. CHICAGO PORTLAND SEATTLE. La Other cities. Economists estimate the price tag tens of billions. The violence American corporations I Google facebook Apple Walmart Target Nike. McDonald's all are bending a knee to the protests. It's pandering pure and simple and the media cheering them on. Voters must remember all of this. Come November. In a moment, the message of the day listeners sound off right back. Report show that Americans overpay on car insurance by more than twenty one billion dollars, but searching for a better deal can take hours and results in a barrage of emails until now, thanks to the Zebra Dot Com. The leading car insurance comparison site. The Zebra Dot. com is the only place you can compare quotes side-by-side from more than one hundred providers and choose the best for you in ninety seconds or less amazing. Plus we'll never sell your information to the spammers. The best part is it's completely free. You can save up to six hundred seventy dollars a year using the ZEBRA DOT COM How much can you say on your car and Home Insurance? Go today and start saving zebra dot com slash bill. THE ZEBRA DOT com slash bill the Zebra. Dot Com slash bill. Time now for the early date message of the day. Listeners sound off. We do this every Friday. If you would like to write to me very easy, send me an email bill bill O'Reilly dot com bill at Bill O'Reilly Dot Com. First letter is from John and Oro Valley Arizona. Bill don't you find it incredulous that Disney pulls advertising from facebook because they say facebook has too much hatred. But then Disney turns a blind eye to their very own program, the view with its endless hate. It's a good point. You're making John. the view is. Off The chart. It's a news show if you can believe it, Disney of course owns ABC. And, with Joy Behar, there's hatred on display every day, and some of the other women contribute to that. So if Disney's GONNA punish facebook. It should punish itself. Andy Saint Louis! Despite any poll, I think Democrats are in a deceptively week position. They are in a way, held hostage to the extreme side of their own ideology. That is true somewhat but I. don't see the Democrat positions week right now I think Joe Biden is a weak candidate. but the Democrats have control of a lot of cities. And the cities are where most of the people live. So when you control Los, Angeles Chicago and New York to three largest cities in the country. Your party is out week now. The Democratic message is muddled. It's basically America's a bad country. There may be a fierce backlash against that. And that's what president trump is hoping for Andy, but it's not a lock. It will be a very intense election cycle. Lull in Williamstown North Carolina. As anyone, asked you biden if you will kneel for our national anthem, I assume he is not been asked a question, but do you think any chance? The question will be asked in the debates. Lol, it's an excellent question and I have co-opted low. I have to admit it I've used it. Will be asking the debates no. The. Debates are not going to be fair. Because they're going to be run by big? News, organizations that hate trump. And Nobody's going to put Joe Biden on the spot. However Donald Trump himself can ask that question. Can Turn Joe Biden. Say I'm curious about something Joe? If, you were a professional athlete. Would you kneel during the anthem and if so why? It's an excellent question law and that's the kind of stuff that really gets to the heart of the matter. What is Joe Biden believe about his country? Scott Fair Oaks California. Even if the left wins the election and beyond wound, any of their loony policies be thrown out by the Supreme Court. Yes. Yes some of them. Will you try to impose a wealth tax? That's clearly unconstitutional. That's confiscation of private property. So yes, Supreme Court can do that, but the damage that could be done by far left agenda in this country off the chart. I'm bill. O'Reilly and I approved that message by actually putting together the letters, I'd like you to go to Bill o'riley dot com where we have honest coverage every night on television you can see me and participate in our. Stand up for your country campaign. In a moment something you might not know. When it's time for bed are racing thoughts keeping you awake if so, it's time for you to try EB sleep. Through Continuous Cooling Ebbs Sleeps. COOL DRIFT PROVIDES A drug-free sleep. Solution quiets the feeling of a racing mind and allows you the fall asleep faster and sleep better. Sleep is critical and believes the solution should be natural. 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Americans are asking themselves. Is College really worth? The answer is maybe. New poll show. Teenagers are less likely to attend a four year university than their parents were. More than a third of millennials regret their decision to go to college. The biggest factor for young folks the cost. College tuition is more than double since eighty s, the cost of college has also increased eight times faster than wages, and just the third of students are able to find a job six months after they graduate. The most expensive schools range between fifty and sixty thousand dollars. The Biggest Price Tag Columbia, university in New York City, sixty. One Thousand and that doesn't include food, lodging or books. According to the US census, thirty four percent of Americans have a four year college degree thirty four percent about a third of us. An average starting salary for those who have graduated college fifty thousand dollars. Ten, percent have a two year degree starting salary, forty, two thousand thirteen percent of a master's degree or higher, seventy, eight thousand. High School graduates started out making thirty thousand dollars a year. So that's a significant drop if you don't go to college. This year the average student will rack up thirty seven thousand dollars in debt earning a four year degree. The number goes up to sixty five thousand for those pursuing a private school education double out if you plan on attending an Ivy League University. So as those surprise far left policies like forgiving get. Now supported by a quarter of all college students. It is expensive to go to college, but it will pay off not only in money. But knowledge is power. Back after this, Thank you for listening to the O'Reilly, update, I am Bill O'Reilly. No Spin, just facts and always looking out for you.
The Curse of Fame - Hexed Movies & Music
"Compounds you. Trash cow. Kobe. All right welcome talks. Jericho's the pot of thunder rock and roll, and it is alloway here talking chair don't, and that means is the annual tradition of a couple of great scary horrific shows lined up for you starting with today Kevin. You states returns out of talking about the curse of fame all the movies musicians songs seemed to be cursed by the DA will here all the creepy and even tragic stories that surround some of the people involved with movies like the exorcist, the Omen Rosemary's baby. Alva creepy and weird links between the Charles Manson murders, the Beatles and Mia Farrow. He'll also fans believe that everyone from Eric Clapton to John Lennon's fleetwood Mac the allman brothers band curse as well and why musicians might WanNa think twice. Before covering Robert Johnson's crossroads Kevin's also sharing Info John. Lennon. Strange connection and obsession with nine. What it means what might have caused singer Harry Nilsson's London honed be cursed all the tragedies tied to Buddy Holly's plane crash so many tragic scary rock and roll stories It's the curse of Famer. Kevin stays coming up and guess what's happening Thursday when payers are coming back to you live nine pm Eastern on my facebook channel Youtube Channel. special Live Winnipeg. Fifth but this week on the twenty eighth, we're doing Halloween costumes. Dave will be talking about all of their cautions they had from when who knows never going happen the. If you didn't see last week's imitations. Episode was our worst. 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How much exactly can you have car and home insurance go to the zebra dot com slash Jericho and find out start saving today at the Zebra Dot com slash Jericho. That's the. had. Dot Com slash. Jericho. As we are around the Halloween season, I always like to. have some Halloween type of material last year versus Paranormal Beatles with with Kevin. You stays who's been on twice since then yeah, we don't notice the second time since. So three times all yeah. We Dependable Beatles we did rock and roll go stories type stuff right and then we did Mr Crowley Yep. Mr Crowley yet that was the last one and today you had a great idea of the curse of fame. Yeah, which is. A great list of topics and ideas and thoughts and how did you come up with this this idea? Well, as you know like yourself, I do too Paul custody. We need to talk about ghosts and another one called the dark paranormal but they're both like listener ghost stories but interested in ghost stories like we all off the paranormal your interest doesn't just stop it go stories. You know if you're interested in one, you normally that interested in ufo's scripted. Spiritualism channels and I never really got a chance to talk about the other stuff because people just go. Well, it's not about ghosts wisey banging on about the so when Collins your show I, got a chance to broaden the horizons. So anytime I'm thinking of a show to combat talks, Jericho unlike right Walken do which really got an interest in its bit difference an give me a chance to do a research paint the walls. Yeah. It's a great idea and like I said, it's always awesome having you on specifically because of your of your topics but also to your accent, always great to hear on radio. SCOUSERS yeah. So. So the curse of fame so I mean, I don't even know how you want to start on this, but it seems that there's always these stories associated with different films. You have films, musicians and songs. Yes. Some of these I've heard some I haven't have a couple of my own to to toss in there with you. It's normally these conversations. Go you normally. So this is my enjoyed them so much you folks something which abnormally not as often it normally leaves me scrambling before and I've never even heard of that what. About but Yeah it just seems to be. said the curse of fame because that is the one thing that links you movies you'd musicians and your songs it's everybody striving to get noticed isn't it at its essence early but I thought you know everybody's had a little bit but everyone's mainly go on about politics films and things like that. You know. All sorts of carry on. We do a few films. So I'm going to try and focus on the exorcist the omen Rosemary's baby, and then move into music, and you just see that it seems to be what may not be classed as a care. Sometimes just a series of serendipity or coincidences are just really hard to nail down as just a coincidence. So I thought we'd start film wise. Can the exorcist is the the one that puts a little fear of God into me anytime that it's brought Paul anytime a Washer and it was already came seventy four. Based on a book by William Peter Blatty. So he based on a real story about the guy abortion say call Roland Doe who is family were Lutheran and the child started to show signs of possession. So the Lutheran Minister, he said I'll take command like I'll look after them and see if the still goes on in a religious setting and it went worse it after went ballistic and he came back to the parents and said I. Don't want to tell you about. going. See the Catholics they know what to do. They deal with this sort of stuff. So Roland Doe when it had this. Real name obviously but we don't know his real name. He went on this exum and it was written about I think in the Washington Post and Peter Blatty was there and then said I'm going to write a fictionalized version of this and Roland then became Reagan from the exorcist and then that's the phone we know and it's always struck me as a massive. There's very rarely I think that. Are something manages to break through into culture like in the exorcist manages to do that massively. I. Remember I went out with a girl wants for example, and suggest that we watched the system as one night and mother would not allow the film to commence the House it was only vhs Cassatt and she was like, no, it's not coming in because there was like people have the sense that. An evil attached even within the film. And then did you see ever experienced similar like in terms of your upbringing religious wise well I mean, I. It's something about those types of movies always scare me the most because to me the they could be true I mean obviously see. Serial killers and mass murderers and that sort of thing anybody that could happen as well. But when you're talking about the omen of the exorcist and Rosemary's baby like if you have any type of religious knowledge or religious upbringing at all, you know that this stuff could be real and so that's why I even just the concept of the exorcist is scary and even to this day like if you haven't seen that recently anybody listening watch it again, it's still can. It's just like like I watched the omen yearly and it still creeps me out because it's just as relevant and just as scary today as it was in nineteen seventy-three. Yeah. Completely undescended. These are the sorts of things where I'll go through it now. So I'm not just waffling with your ball start with the accident. Let's say for example, we look at some of the like serendipitous and synchronised within the the people who are working on the film, for example. So there was a sound effects guy who was very skeptical about the whole situation, but even Hayes name was Marceau. Becker jaw. Even he said he felt like he was playing with something that shouldn't be playing with and they think we always felt like someone was watching him and there was this sense of evil and being locked out on the sats. But the best example of this sort of earless that goes within and this is from the back of this tale. It seems that dwell into the rest of these sorts of films which dwell on say in the colts and stuff and the guy who played Damien Karras, Jason Miller he tells a story that when they were foam in the foam in Jesuit quarters like an actual jesuit-run in place if you like and. The went to a restaurant nearby when he was in this restaurant after shoot Monday, an old priest comes up to and the palm. I'm put Senate, a medallion of the Virgin Mary. And he says, you know I am giving you this and he says, no ninety says, how have you ever heard about intervention and? Jason Momoa says no and I said well, it's a nasty concept from the fifteenth centuries has but basic idea is if you do anything about the Devil Anthony, it's all to reveal him as the trickster that he is then he'll do whatever he can to try and stop you from unveil an and this medal global protect you from that intervention so he's like rice okay, bit weird. But thank you, and then they continue film and he goes three days. Later he's walking through the Jesuit quarters and it's all as you'd imagine like catacombs and they'll sit in rooms off to the side to the left and the right as you walk down and as he's walking down in his vision, he catches something and he's like did I just did I shall we stops goes back. And there's a casket laid out in this room. When he goes in looks in the CASCA it's the priest that given him the metal. Read as before and. Twelve on this intervention. Let's the literal fear of God into them like you know. With, this idea of intervention that anytime you try and expose the devil, he'll come and try and stop you because of. The greatest thing that ever own maybe believe he didn't exist line as we all know. So yes. So that's the key idea that's carrying these films this idea of intervention of. An evil dark force trying to stop this fictional films if you like get made because of what the May display about the evil one himself well, it's interesting as you're talking I just googled exorcist movie curse and there's a couple of other ones here that we can discuss. Now you set earlier about feeling weird even just having the lady or wouldn't even allow you to bring the vhs. into the House, right? So Billy Graham, the famous televangelists said. The actual film is curse that playing it through projector was an invitation for demonic possession. Yeah, I can't believe from the van Jellicoe side of things you know. The thing is a lot of this. You should at the star we everybody listened to take all of this with a massive bag of salt because you know a lot of you'll think people think now no way some of it. You think that's freaky. freaking coincidental. But if you let it play in your mind, you know it, it's not necessarily might be the devil you but it will be. Your mental health that will get your think I. think that's why people are quite against Mogi. Bolts and stuff. You know books where I it's just like even now you know in the pandemic like if you sneeze or if you have like a slight sore throat just from being a human being suddenly it's like, oh my gosh, like you know do a habit. I am I am I infected. Possessed you. I mean there was some other like little bits obviously attached to the firm where you could argue the intervention starts. So there are a number of deaths associated with the film Jack McGowan who played back Downing's director within the film he finished film and Drop Dad's a couple of weeks later of complications strangely with the flu. Time. So Dan, the woman who played mother of Vessel Lackey Mariola, she died before filming finished she was quite elderly. So there's all these things you can look at both ways Geno sure that's another guy. There was a nightwatchman who was looking after the set and he was only in his early thirties Egypt out of a heart attack. While he was looking after the sat and then set on fire and everything bent down delayed filming by about six weeks except for the room where Reagan was then that's fine. The last sort of strange. Want I mean the Omens got loads got way to Crocombe adopt strange when actresses twice as a side note is when the premiere took place in Rome for the Italian premier. Of Rome's like the arguably the most religious city or one of them in the world. Whether we shown the the film. It was next to a four hundred year old church Nice, day Levy Day and as the day went on with the film's either play in the night storm rolled out of nowhere. No I'm being predicted it just rolled in massive thunderstorm and lightning struck the crucifix on top of that Church coordinates a fall into the Piazza below and not only miss everyone who's Cubans to get into the film. So it's either best publicity students of all time. Oh it's just a coincidence but you know, and the last one says the actress that played Kazoo the voice, the demon Mercedes mccambridge was the victim of a horrific tragedy when her son murdered his wife and children before taking his own life. No way see. I didn't find that one. Yeah. So once again. Coincidence or not, but it's still pretty You know pretty creepy when you when you consider all of these things, right? Yeah. One of my favorites that omen there's a lot of creepy tragic things surrounding the cast and crew this movie as well. Before we talk about it, I can tell you pretty constantly that I don't appear to be any demonic possession. My family at least have uncovered anything like that in my ancestry DNA, Results Ancestry DNA tests tells you where your ancestors are from an ancestor is billions of records and millions of family trees that you discover the personal stories. You might find a famous relative photo of your great-grandmothers. A little girl are maybe evidence of an exorcism. 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Now, Bob Monger created the Omani. Got The idea driving through I. think it was L. A. and he thought what if Dante Crater here what if he's like walking around? There's a little boy talking. To a friend of his who knows like people in the industry they said, we can make a foam of this and he sat down with the group that he initially got together. It's like I've got a quote there. He says the devils best trick as is known is to where can visibly and if we take that cloak off and put them fronts a sensor. Going to not want to let that happen. So we need to be very careful which again is harking back to the intervention idea that he's going to try and put a stop to things. The producer Harvey Bernardi Water Silver Crucifix. Right the way through production and he said that he even after the film that he genuinely believed that the devil didn't want the film to be made he said he felt like he wasn't sleeping alone of a nine in the UK and again it is interventions topic but they struggle to get a phone company on board initially apparently because no one and he just had an idea and a few producers and Stuff and then the they needed a huge star and then gregory pack signed off you read the the role rubbing thought rubber thorny and gave it credibility. So then managed to get on board I. Think it was with Twentieth Century Fox come on board with it, and now he played robin we was Damian's father and three months before they would you to start Gregory Peck Sawn Jonathan a thirty one years old Soka gone and blew his brains out. Committed Suicide Gregory. Peck soon after resigned over the fell. Decided still going to go ahead with the film. So he flew to London Gregory, peckish plane was struck by lightning on the way to London. which he is a bit of a battle home and then the one of the producers Mace Newfield the flip for the week after and address. Gregory Peck's plane to being hit by lightning but he thought now I'll be alright. Lightning doesn't strike twice but did he is playing struck by lightning on the way over to The really read this is like one of the the sense stories about the act the omen sorry that when read them and I've just got chivalry known I'm about to say this part of but one of the scariest wants for me is. The director, which is interesting. Richard. Donner yet. He wanted shots over London. Like at some points in the film like have a plane. Wanted to shoot down onto London city. So the renter achieved plane called Hawker from the local airfield and you gotta call on the day that they were due to set out to film from the plane from the field to say that the F. Hield got a better deal for that plane and if they gave up the slot, it gives them a bigger discounts for the next time that the flu so. Begrudgingly, Donner agreed for that and it was a last minute switch anyway that plane takes off an hour later as it's about to leave the room, a flock of birds fly into the engines. Oh, it doesn't make off the runway closed down onto the onto the runway smashes through the railings at the end of the runway and goes onto the main road with a has a head on collision with a car. Now. Now this is like where you think on this coincidences and then there's this inside the car everybody died the collision inside the call was the wife and children of the NFL's pilots. Wow. Yeah. So yes, that's a coincidence decoding. Lots of horrible. You know people have died. It's a horrible horrific coincidence box. It's beyond the realms of just coincidence for me like when I get a shiver when a Ariba there's two others that are sticking out for me. You heard the the one about the monkees when Lee Ramic and Damian or at the drive through jungle. Yeah. on-the-go possessively filming in the Safari Park wasn't the in. To get the monkees to go. Zach for. The scene. The young monkeys and put it in the car with them. So it would make the monkees go back but apparently, they went absolutely like supernatural beserk if you're like in started dismantling this car and then the speed off. Obviously like you were safari park if you want to be dismantled monkeys. At that, in that Safari Park, interestingly enough do a form and also another scene where it ended up getting caught out whether we're walking around looking at Lions and tigers, and the guy who is in the Spartak Arche was helping them be their liaison. At one point they were there. He went over to deal with a tiger that they were going to be dealing with and like used on every day he put his head through the cage sounds stupid now and you know this is going but anyway, he puts us out to the case sale over the tiger and the Tigers it'd be nice all the way through its life up to this point snaps and crushes his skull and kills him instantly so. To get rid of it I mean there's been a few animal ones as well as also you know the rottweiler seen in the. Graveyard, we'll just let me finish your story just just just just to finish off your story about yeah about tiger. That was that trainer responsible for the babboons at attack Damian. Rarely. He. Yes. He died the day after filming that scene. God's so there you go. That's just be is beyond coincidence and say take it within yourself publicity. Al. So you're talking about the rottweiler rottweiler. Stump man who was in the rottweiler seen you know whether the rottweilers go go crazy. Money was acting with that in that one. He got a strange feeling and he said, you know what? I'm not comfortable. I WANNA double off what I'd normally after this rottweiler seen. So we got doubled up on his pattern still wasn't happy said, no, you know what also put Lak- a sheet of steel in the arms. He's like because I just I don't feel good. So the w sheet steel and went through the scene because he then forty be safe and the performance dogs were experience performed dogs managed to bite through. They didn't let go the Olympic Circa Gandhi bit through the steel and through the pardon and he was hospitalized with bites, and this is a guy is literally would have went in with the ouachita pardon, Shuman? He was fine 'cause he's done it before and he was mauled absolutely mold. Wow. And there's obviously there's then people then do try and drag away and say there's the whole devil in the black dog situation is that's what's going on bull. I. Don't think it is. 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He came up from Hell and but Kasan of modern woman hail site. His father and his name is Adrian. He shall overthrow them mighty and language tempos. Redeem, despise, and wreak vengeance in the name of the burned and tortured. Outrageous. G. Challenge. You out of all the world of the below the women, the whole world chose you. He Ramos things because he wanted you to be the mother is only living his powers stronger than stronger says my Shalah's long. Let's go to the creepiest one of all the decapitation have you heard that one well yet this is this is kind of like. It's next level rarely it's so basically on compensation seen as people will. Now, with these seen the film you've got the character Keith. Jennings is, is like doing some work and these got a van next to him and he's paying a glass on the van and its supernatural. The hamry homes often rolls back the sheet glass flies off the back and decapitates him. And the guy who's responsible for that special effect part was called John Richardson and he don't. As in that Year after the film came out, he's working on another film in Holland and he's driving down the street with you think in the middle of the night live's more and. The just driving away anyway, you get involved in a head on crash a horrific crush, and the fourth of the force of the crash forces the frontier through the car and decapitates Lismore, and he's sends flying from the car. When he wakes up because. Being. Knocked out and he's like a broken limbs and stuff and when he wakes up at the side of the road when he opens his is the first thing that he sees is a sign on the side of the road that says sixty six point six kilometers to the nearest town. Not Nearest town although it's spelled with two AMS is called Omen. which. Shows that's that's insane. Man Isn't it? It's next level. It's just absolutely beyond there was. Another estimate upon like sort of last minute there was a guy called out joins. The stuntman you know the scene where Mrs is a Katherine Thorn is thrown from the window and she lives on the on the ambulance will the guy who don't not stunt called Alf giant and on a similar stone stunts a year. Later he was working on average too far, and in this particular scene, he has to do a very similar story jumps from a roof into the air bags on the floor external hundreds of times before. And on the video footage of when he does this jump, this seems to twist awkwardly at the last minute he misses the airbox and is rushed to hospital intensive care and when he comes to is really angry in the first thing, you want to know who pushed him because he said he's still not over and over again and he knows what he's doing with it but he says he was pushed at the last minute and shown the footage unlike the nearest to us ten meters away. And check and just shocking because they can see him physically pushed as well, and then there's also like the you know like the intervention parts like you'll try to stop what you're doing this low drill during the film in part, which is just amazing. 'cause all the old crew in the cast got freaked out with after that was going on. So they're like I don't want to do I. Don't want to do so much so that you know the infamous scene where Lee Ramic is. Daming goes pass on the tricycle and knocks off the stool and she falls over the balcony that was meant to be filmed with like a free fall and harness, and she said that's that's going on I. Don't want to do that because I don't think it work and I think I'll die and so much so that the actually didn't do that when the when you look at it again, the actually put the floor on the wall I'm Aaron. Standard Charlie and just as spin round towards the wall. So Oh wow. So they resorted because she was so fearful of dividend and you think, well, that's a sign that wherever you want heads are if the having to reshoot scenes based on people not want rarer and I remember that scene it's very strange like this kind of exactly right wing. Yeah. Yeah. That's why the other than the flowers dropping. So the still the sense of depth of when the. Go I. Right. But I'm right again just to the two source last things in the intervention category, which again freaked me out when all the crew from the La staying in the Hilton in London and you're GonNa going a walkabout and see what's going on. So all met in the lobby and the Hilton the walk out of the lobby onto the road on this an explosion in the lobby and the IRA had just let off a bomb in the lobby of the Hilton. And they just missed it by a series of minutes. So Gregory Pack with all this going on says he's only to calm down. It's it's counts comical rarely like he just think you just stop. It's like you don't need to calm down and I'm going to relax you all and take you for a nice meal at a seafood restaurant. It's my favorite restaurant just come along L. be that God serving goes, right? Okay. So, he picks the table for half seven. And a ten past seven the IRA. Concert another bomb in the restaurants. The MISSA again by like twenty minutes, it's honest to God. You just say I'm not doing that Phil and I'm not doing. Man Well. Let's go to the other one that's Each one googling says the most curse movie ever. Access. Element of now, of course, talk about Rosemary's baby yet rosemary's baby. It's an interesting one rosemary's baby because it's the first of the three and I I didn't know that until I started doing this I've seen them all but I, couldn't really put a chronology on them. But Rosemary's baby was nineteen, sixty eight. It was actually written directed by Roman Polanski. Now, it's the birth of the Anti Christ films like if somebody's born and here's the Anti Christ or in this case, she's pregnant with the Anti Christ and Satan Child himself. Now, this is not really as good as the other in terms of I think anyway in terms of all the interventions to put it is it does allow Nice segue into the music side of things I think. So the guy, the one of the main spooky things around the guy who was the producer for it was a guy. Called William Castle and he hated the film. I'm hardly even after the film was going for award he'd never leave the House to go to an award show. He said that he was afraid that with this film Hughes quoted as saying with this film, I have unleashed evil upon the world he got death. Manson. Hate mail from groups of witches across the states podcast spells and amid jobs mental health into a bit of the decline and then he ended up having really bad troubles with the kid with his kidneys. So he was hospitalized and when he was in hospital event starts at. SOC- things that weren't there a Nassar's would report. He would shout things like Rosemary put down the knife and he was seen himself being attacked by characters Moonville. which you could argue. Healthy Klein and ball. You know it is within the world's what's all still? There was another thing which is one of Rosemary's friends in the film falls into a coma and then dies as to tell us something about the colts that within the building. Now. The the guy who on the for the film was a guy called Kristof commodore and he fell cliff when he was thirty seven a year after the film was out and went into a coma for the exact same amount of time the character in the film. died off the back of A. So, there's all straight there of strange things October story that we all know, which is, of course, right? Roman Polanski's wife Sharon Tate's interestingly Sharon. Tate's tried for the role of Rose Marie but MIA Farrow. We've got the role and takes actually in the foam in a party scene. He's in the background moving around an extra. We'll probably not pregnant with ploenzke child goes to a party in Silla CEELO drives and is set upon by the Manson. Family. She Stabbed Multiple Times Kills Hair Romblon Child and our plan ski says at the time he up when she said she was going to this party. It's the last time that we see in and he said he just got a feel on Komo like heavy cloud thought it was the last time he was going to see her you said he couldn't explain it you just you just knew how he would never see her again. Now this is where it gets. It's a very cheeky segue, but it's a it's a good segue early because this ties into the Beatles kind of idea we all know there's an apparent Beatles related our cars involved with the Manson family and all that carry on but there's also links which it didn't know only through research this for the show and I was like God. That's interesting. In my opinion anyway, and it was the apparent meals related to of the cast because Mia Farrow. As we say, the roll over Sharon Tate Book the before the film she had a sabbatical in India. And she stayed hung out whilst their with the Beatles who were working on songs for the white album. The whites album being the album that went on to inspire Charles Manson to then go and madder wants to the point where his family feel like would use victims blood to write things like helter skelter, piggies and titles for mobile structure the white album on the walls and blood through, and it's just interesting that you know for me. It's interesting MIA. Farrow was in India with the Beatles whilst they're right in the songs thought somebody would here back in the states that inspire them to pass new trial for the role of Pharaoh goal. Still a little bit. Yeah and also the fact that dear prudence prudence has me a pharaoh's sister I did not know. Shit, right? I start really is that. Oh my yeah Beatles man. That that's really interesting when you point that out Yeah Mia Farrow was starring in the movie it was she was with the mallory she with the Beatles right in the Song Tao Inspired Charles The WHO failed to get that role but obviously, the one that we all definitely know about the Beatles and Rosemary's baby is that the Brownfield Bilden whereas Mitch Babies filmed is in fact the Dakota building where John Lennon was shot. So, there's another time with the. That's the whole thing was filmed within the Dakota and the outside scenes that they found. That's the Dakota, and we're actually John. Lennon was killed a not to be honest Chris that's Maidana Nestle segue into John Lennon. let me just before you get started. Yes. It was definitely prudence Farrow Mia's nineteen old Scott. Who is there at the time? Yeah. She was in India with with her sister and she had locked yourself away in her hut at the Ashram and ricochettes where she and her sister was studying transcendental. Starting to worry about state of mind she got attack of the horrors paranoia identity crisis she was going crazy and John that saw and they make you. Feel. Better. Dear, prudence what you call not. Soon, as we finish I'M GONNA look it all out, and I'll probably I'll probably send saying less than others. lost. Politically how? 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Let's talk about John and and you were raising the number John and the number. The number nine so Again, this is motive is string. All the music seemed to be more of a string asynchronous teas that could be achieved as a cast to be on. The land benign it started off on a look out this a few bits but the moral looked into it was like, Oh, my God no, there's loads. So land the number nine then so it could just be coincidence bought. It was born the ninth of October. So that's one. There's a specimen nine it's first house number nine, Newcastle? Road. The I played the cavern on the ninth of February Nineteen Sixty one the Brian Epstein on the ninth of November. Nine hundred, sixty, one the broke stateside on the ninth of February sixty four with the show the played together for nine years. You recorded Song Revolution of benign number nine, one after nine, oh nine. This sean was born on the same day as him the ninth of October. and. They'll though it was the eighth of December when he was killed in New York in Liverpool as hometown, it was the ninth to the time difference. I'm when he was shot, he was rushed to Roosevelt Hospital in Manhattan, which is on Ninth Avenue. Now, he's actually being quoted I didn't know that he was aware of this. I thought it was something that we'd all put together as a bills fan throughout the world after his death but he knew about this and he apparently was quoted as saying nine is a number follows me around numerology cly numerology at numerology. Whatever says I'm six or a three He says, but it's all part of nine. Now. One thing that whereas looking on one of the deepest darkest recesses the Internet and appeals and conspiracy theories. So again, this is a massive pincher salts. Buddha is interesting and I've mentioned this previously on the Beatles paranormal show that we don't. There's a belief or a rumor that John Lennon on his twentieth birthday, which will be the ninth of October made a pact with the devil on a bridge in Mosley Hill which is a border and Liverpool. Twenty years of fame. So we Solis over the devil twenty years a faming died when he was forty now on this conspiracy website, it was a really good I had me believing for It said the song number nine dream that he don't may be be him referencing that meeting with the devil? Says because it was from the walls and bridges album, which was as ninth non Beatles. Album. The sleeve has a patent of John. John. When he was nine of a football out with a number nine on his back, the single number nine dream when it was released peaked at number nine in the US but lyrically, it says. It's the lyrics of number nine dream, which is said to be a nod to this deal with the devil because in the lyrics of it says what it just a dream it seems so real to me took a walk down the street thought head someone whispering my name saw two spirits dancing stuff. So strange was magic in the Air I believe yes, I believe more I cannot say I could feel the music took my soul the spirit Dan was folding and people have said that he chose number nine dream because he was from hoping that that was a dream because he knew we only a few years left. When, I was reading that was like got old on Shiva Dombi spine if this is the case I'm. Mostly. Hill. Telling me gets off. Well. I remember we talked about about that number nine. But how does it also to I'm kind of just following your your your. Your run down here involving the cray twins some axel actual casts if you like. So there's a story that Brian Epstein he will. He had a Voodoo cast onto him by sixty eastern gangsters the twins. Now for those who don't know the creates wins, I don't know how globally the known but the very well known in the UK certain other places. But they were sixties gangster Geo rarely two brothers, twins, Ronnie, and Reggie Kray. There was a film made of them Spongebob Ali played both parts. But they were basically a pair of absolute Reuters to use an English term. But when the Beatles came to fruition, they obscene the money that was getting bandied about in the fame and the approached Epstein has said, we manage the Beatles very bravely. Brian refused and then they plan to out like a blackmail pot plot the plants out SOM is being gay. But that fell through because he was kind of saying well, I'm not bothered. You can do if you wish and so they went right we we won't do that. So instead, Ronnie Kray tens of black magic because apparently it was known in the east end that if he couldn't kill you. Through because you were in the public eye or whatever else Ronaldo Souza occurs is that he can put on your and he involving black magic and some of them would be rotten snakes around himself while he stopped and said curses. But he would tend to do it, and then the people genuinely seem to die of ill health and he genuinely believed the through black magic. He defeat people not saying work personally but asked me now. Epstein. Dan died of an overdose of just that too. So you know he died young. I'm not saying he was cast bought very. It's arguably coincidental especially with the craze. Have you ever heard. Before we move onto fluid Mac, you've heard the number of the beast. I'm maiden strange things that happened when they made that record. No. So this is not as crazy had a lot of technical breakdowns during during the making of the record let's glitches and that sorta stuff electrical faults equipment breaking down as it says here, kind of similar to the exorcist. Wow. But this is the best of all. There's a couple little the best one of also Martin Birch, who was the producer of the record he was driving home from the studio after working on the title track working on the number of the beast and it was raining out and his car slid off the lane and hit event my God he gets out of the car to go check out the van and the van is filled with nuns. Yes and then similar to the story we just told he takes obviously everyone's not hurt everybody's okay. And some dude that was driving the van. Begins to pray for Martin Birch thanking God for sparing him further harm and then he takes heat. He takes the the card to the to the your hush to get it fixed and he gets the the bill for how much it costs now, and you can guess exactly how much it costs. No hundred, sixty, six pounds. That's amazing. Yes and Martin who just passed away a few months ago apparently told the the mechanic. I'm not paying that. You've got to raise it. Sixty eight pounds. A piece of paper with receipt saying that. A pack of gum or something I got to six hundred dollars. Rock and roll in Van full newsletters. After you were just producing the track. East. Story. That's fantastic. Love that I'm GONNA ask Sally. Partner. So it's going to be wonderfully Mac, and now this is an interesting because it's Again, it's not somebody acres on them. It's a series of of things normally, it seems to send around the founding members of fleet or markets. It is seen to be a bit more than coincidental. So as we know Markham as an amazing band founded in sixty three by Peter Green and Mick fleetwood now, for those who don't owe pizza green died recently and he's an outstanding. Yeah. Like one of my favorite guitar slash musicians of all time like. Abbey. Road heck comes the song king here comes the Sun or Sun King the king the off the you know son Kim Jong Sung Kim Gotcha. Yeah. Apparently that was the bills trying to write a song as good Albatross by pizza. Green. When you listen to the two bags of can see what they were trying to do. It's It's just such an amazing musician. Anyway. We'll start with NPR green he was going into the drug, which is you'll see a Tyson or a lot of these tales but drink and drugs became a little bit more prevalence and he started to dabble in Alistair but he was still compost mentor still writing amazing music the go on tour to Munich and you get some of these people who give them impure LSD. And by all accounts, they don't just give him a tab of the pull the liquid LSD into a drink by all accounts. And he never really comes back gets drug induced schizophrenia doesn't cost US fingernails he leaves the band he gives all his money away. And he ends up like institutionalized and not him gone from the band and he's the he's the founder member. So that's him. You could argue well, ease ease as per share about luck they're one of the people who joined the boundary when Peter and Mick fleetwood stocks. It was Jeremy Spencer again and original member. Now, he took some mescaline on a US tour. It's all seem to do with mind altering drugs as well, which is interesting. Took some mescaline on a USO. Started having premonitions about the rest of the tour specifically la like, and he was very anxious about it and saying I think we put out. We'll just skip away. We'll move onto the next town and on arrival estimate fleetwood I'm just going to buy a magazine when the check into the hotel says okay sounds later. And then he disappears is never seen again it goes to he joins apparently religious colts. And he's still in today he just walks out prior prior to the game and he joins this religious cult. Was it. So that's guitar down then the I'm Danny and and he was an amazing Berry towns joined them very younger think about seventeen, maybe eighteen amazing guitarist and he slowly started to unravel again, drugs and drink played a huge part. I'm one day again on a USO tour is just tune in his guitar backstage Fulham breakdown starts laying into his guitar with his bare fists to Lash. Hands are cut open flings guitar across the room and walks out stopping only to continuously head Bata a wall until someone else to pull him off on his heads Parliament Board. And then spends the rest of that Gig off stage in the crowd boone, the bond with blood. The. Ultimate. And Easily, seventy ended I ended up homeless and then the the last very recently Bob Welch who then filled anything tonic Aaron or instead around Donna Kevin's time. He lost the use of his legs you to surgery and it was sold recently that he'd never walk again on about the. Possibly this year points, he commits suicide Louis brains us, and then the last the last curse was. Lindsey. Buckingham getting kicked out of fleetwood MAC is Stevie Nicks told everyone that. Her Him. So he got axed from that one too so Yeah, to, BE, honest Alot of. Peter Green's fleetwood. All right with that because on the big Neil Finn founders well, and Neil. Finn stepped in. Yes I. saw that Gig he actually did really good. It was. Good replacement is great. and. They play some crowded out stuff as well. So if you ever seen them I'll get to see a man like I did velvet revolver with. Singing and like this is. This is. Exactly good. So. Yeah. Sticking with the music side of things is obviously an another series of serendipity and coincidences which fits under a curse the allegedly, which is the buddy holly cars. Now, this seems to be to me more not necessarily cast but more a lot of people who've at a lot of unfortunate circumstances who are associated with buddy. Holly you know as opposed to an actual curse that's being put on someone. And there's a list of the, you know we know that in nineteen, fifty, nine February, his plane crashed killing him Ritchie Valens and the big bopper and they were all going on this rock and roll taw. But the Guy who replaced him to go on that's all. Mrs Singapore Ronnie Smith, and he ended up hanging himself in a bathroom in sixty two Eddie Cochran juon. That's all and he always felt guilty that he couldn't make these felt like he cheated death and then a year later he had a car crash in the UK and his last song was three steps to heaven and he was backed by the. Has Already holidays. Though there's is really this quite a few like the crickets Denver new from called David Box, and then he tried for a Solo career at twenty two. But at twenty two, the same age buddy holly eat is in a plane crash. sudas quite. Little weird things that go in like this guy called Bob Fuller who buddy holly and after Buddy Holly's death he'd got nobody all his parents and they put him in such body always producer and go to Morocco deal. Now he was found dead in his car the day off the record and a cover of Buddy Holly Song love's made a fool of you. But they said it was suicide but apparently, he was beaten to moment in gasoline and he had time with the mob. It. Officially suicide so they say. But there is quite a few as well like the guy who was a screenwriter. Robert. Get laser screen rights on the Buddy Holly story he committed suicide before the film was released and the only other one that I could find tying into this was. GEICO LLOYD COPAYS. Who performed several times with buddy holly before his death he died when the plane he was flying crashed near Nashville now interestingly on the plane was Patsy cline. And she in the lead up to the flight are told several people that she knew she was going to die not necessarily in a plane crash but she'd sets a several people like June cars when people like I'm not GonNa back a young seemingly less time you seem. which isn't A BUDDY HOLLY CAST, but it's tied in roll tide and in some weird serendipitous way. Yeah. Absolutely and it's amazing a lot of this People feeling these premonitions that you're not gonna see somebody again or you know you're not gonna see me around again. It seems to happen quite often. As we said before implants scared that overrun feel I mean I personally would never ever seen someone thought going to see you again. I, never do wanNA feel up because I. think it drive me absolutely not. But yes. That's the buddy. Holly Section rarely to be honest Chris could have with the amount that people do attribute to the body holly. You can do a full hour. It's not worth it because I guarantee you you end up saying things like and then his gopher jumped out of a window and you're like hey. You know what people know it is it is talking about the Hungarian suicide song. Crazy we'll get to that but I want to say, thanks to our friends at Steven singer jewelers who are not crazy. 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The world is ending and he wrote this melancholy lament about war and about the Frivolity and not volley. Sorry. The absolute banality of war and the final bill was a prayer about the horrors which monitors brought into the world. Now the English version with the lyrics as we now know them was fast on by Hal Kemp in one thousand, nine, hundred, eighty six and gave it its name that we call it today gloomy. Sunday. But why it's known as the Hungarian suicide song, its downs of from very eerie things that took place when it was first released. So on its original release in an Hungary, the songs climb in popularity seed to coincide with the rise in suicides in Hungary. Now, people looked at those two figures like right is that just coincidence but then whether it be. anecdotally, all the stories about people having the Dole breaking down, broken down story, and when you'd go in they behind him from the light bulb and gloomy Sunday will be on the record player. You'd like the just listen to and then and then top themselves. So people semis that led to the other early, and then the story hit the headlines in the press. And it blew up everywhere and there were cases of people say you know so many be dead in the living room and the be record. Either be smashed or it'd be playing continuously. And it all just when all over Europe, this story and eventually Hungary banned the song from being bulk broadcast because the the fearful of whether it was down to an actual cast of a suicide song or it was people going crazy like they do tend to get in the press, the bandit from being played, and that's kind of hysteria made its way to England and the BBC read the same story and instantly they put a ban on gloomy only being played by any BBC outlets and they only lifted the ban in two thousand my gosh. Wow like eight years later seventy years later whatever yeah, exactly. I don't know whether it's because. Oh Christ. That silly. Let's get rid of over like no, it's now safe to. Do with the try Jones to like the song black Sabbath bound bound bound like that was some kind of your evil thing back in the day possibly. Yeah I. Mean it didn't look into the necessarily the composition of it would not be surprised. To raise the the guy who wrote the Song added to this whole myth of the song because he did come out and say that I he said he confessed that the song was originally written in memory of his girlfriend who'd committed suicide and then after divulging. He tried to throw himself out of a window but survived and then strangled himself to death with copper wire. So it's added to the mythos dot embedded within this song is this thing can absolutely take is a low depths of desperation. So much. So the Billie holiday actually recorded version for the US markets, and again, it spread like wildfire throughout all the little territories and states just listening to there's a chance you're gonNA kill yourself after you listen to, and it will bring on a series of negative thoughts and several states although it wasn't blanket bound in the US several individual states did ban the song from being played on officially worried because version may set people off now as a side note, this is on specifies. People to listen to this the payroll but. Just talking about the tried shown that is those cords of of that Black Sabbath players beginning of Y Y Z is well at the beginning of Purple Haze those chords it said in the Middle Ages, composers and singers were forbidden from using flattered fifths, which is the tri tone is because of the dissident demonic tone it creates it was called deal bulletin Musica. What was born in that era since high clergymen found the tone to the office of Godliness, there's no evidence technique was ever officially banned, but it's distasteful church. So no one dared to integrate into their music until the evil black Sabbath. The as yet but speaking of curse songs crossroads the famous Robert Johnson. Song. Also has a lot of negativity surrounding it. Yeah. Yeah. I mean everybody again, most people know the story of Robert Johnson in terms of the guy who sold a soul to the Devil Hounded Dallas Guitar, the Devil Choon Positive Bach and the next day he walked into a nightclub in play slash and. Blues equivalents of slash. So that's Robert Johnson. But then you're also Iraq's a song called crossroads and not only is it Mensa Robert Johnson who cares but it's meant to be the song crossroads itself. I'm performing it can allegedly cashew as the performer with the same sort of face that. Robert. Johnson, I, the devil or common. Now Eric Clapton and Hispan- cream recorded on wheels of fire one of their. are soon after the band collapsed Clapton became a heavy heroin addict now. Some of the people have said you know what? Later on don't forget he got clean and his son dire fallen from a window and I'm a bit like, yeah. But if forced the thing that was like the Harrison which is meant to be the thing that was meant to have been the curse and I don't want to say they're related bought. It's not bloody nice at the end of the day. Sure. Sure. Yeah terrific and it's it's ridic-. I mean the the allman brothers as well like Wayne Allman and the brothers perform that song crush many times. It's like a thank you to the crowds that the playful and he was killed in a motorcycle accident trying to avoid a truck now a year later the guitarist bass player Berry. Oakley, think his name is you would support him yesterday but he would support him. When he do those performances, he died in a motorcycle accident the exact same location on vk. And basically the same way exactly and then there's like limit skin, it would play it to and then of crashed the plane crash. Wow. So I don't know again. Massive bugasalt we end skinner as a whole shitload to that. That's the whole of the show you not just the crash list subsequent. Yes afterwards. So you know like you said if if that started with Robert Johnson cylinder sold the devil, I would say anybody listening don't cover crossroads and don't listen to to gloomy Sunday We've just. Decimated that rubber Johnson's specified Ryan can stand up. Another curse song is, is without you which I believe is a Harry Nilsson Song Yeah. Well, this is without you is arguably when you care songs that will be the best in. So it was originally written actually by a liverpudlian and a Welshman yeah from Pat Finger, the banner to be assigned to. Apple. And it was the Liverpool. Guy Was Tom Evans and the Welshman was Peter Ham. Now, they basically got into bad financial advice when Harry Nilsson got hold of the song I made it the song that we all know because he made a popular they loaded royalties off that they didn't get a penny of and. Peter Ham. Due to this Hogan self in his garage quoting the financial adviser I can't remember the guy's name was but he said he'd taken to hell with them now a few years later, Tom. Tom Evans, he hung himself in his garden due to the same situation like the both ends and financial ruin because just got bad advice throughout the careers. Which is obviously horrible. So that's the to the two writers of the song on then Nilsson records it gets a huge hits. Can't handle the what level of fame is being catapulted into a semi famous. But I'm EMC then becomes A. Raven drug addict. Alcoholic. With money from the Sun which touched on with the paranormal mobiles episode, he buys a flat in London twelve occurs in place and he rents out to famous people to people being mama cats who dies in the flats and Peter Moon who has an overdose in the flats years later. So anything seems to try and do with revenue from the song seems to be cast as well as anyone attached to the song because then later years we have Mariah Carey version of an allegedly after recalled an air mental health suffered and she ended up sectioned. So again, it's just A weird thing with without you before I was even into look before I had access to Google socal a fourteen year old kid I would put on without you the Harry Nelson version and there is something within that song always thought which does grab something within you. Know it's got the ability to drag it to a low place that song it's rarely eerie. So I don't know if you performing at nights on nights out maybe. He. said that's the flat the flat that he owned the Mama Cass and Keith Moon died in. Harry Nilsson's flat like you said so. yeah. Man will start to wind down. There's a few. There's a few more here but where do you WanNa go to the a couple of great ones left well thought we could talk about does it really interesting? One is Guy Another again, it's not really case. It's just very interesting a guy called Jim Sullivan and he's like a folk musician or remorse. A folk musician should say now interestingly his parents were is American and they move from Nebraska think to. California initially and they worked in defense they were like working in military defense and he songwriting career had a very heavy fixation on ufo's and aliens and I always think that it might be due to. Downs or something not seen due to his parents being in defense I don't know that's probably stretching a bit too far but anyway. One of his albums that were released sixty nine was called. UFO. And it's all about meeting your photos and all this carry on. His career takes a bit of a swan dive and he decided in nineteen seventy, five die. He's going to drive to Nashville to meet one of his friends over there from. La Jump his bill that he's is WB going to drive to Nashville, Balti- takes a Lotta money is guitar some records to sell while he's down there and some clothes And drive down to Nashville anyway never arrives in Nashville and his 'cause found in Santa Rosa New Mexico. It's still all of his money in it. So it's not a robbery still goes guitar and it is clothes all of the records the call doors left open and he's in the middle basically of this for want of better phrase kind of. Little village desert's, and he's never been seen since no, no record of being found. The theory is he was abducted and all of his life he knew what he was talking about sorts of things just a lovely little when I say lovely you know got to always remember that somebody has gone missing. We've got a family and of course, it's a very, very juicy story for sure you know it is. Yeah. It was the guy from maybe iron butterfly that was. Looking into time travel and then same thing just disappeared that one before. No that's amazing. Do Some googling. Once again yeah. You get these. Weird. Weird. Stories. In rock and roll, which once again surrounded by so many weird people. Here it is. Yeah. The Philip Taylor Kramer her. Was In iron butterfly. and He created total multimedia. Inc accompanied the pioneering work in video compression technology and. He was he let's see. He made nine one, one call saying he was going to kill himself and the last anybody ever heard from him but it was if he had simply vanished into thin air or something happened to him in his head or is in term. Terminal. They found his van spot at the bottom of the Malibu Ravine by Hikers Canyon and rule the possible suicide but they never found him and he had been working on a revolutionary method of transport information and matter through space. His father remained unconvinced was a suicide Taylor. Told me one time before there are people giving him problems. They wanted the technology several and threatened him. He said if I ever say, I'm going to kill myself. Don't believe it. I'm going to be needing help so. All of the what you do I. Fly I've never had well maybe. Machine measuring so. Go once again, time machines and alien abductions and all this other stuff. Yeah. I mean once again Iraq enroll is such a strange collection of characters as it is that all these stories like, Yeah said, take them with a grain of sugar grain of salt but it sure makes it interesting. You know like we've never we would never be talking Jim Sullivan. No. If you had possibly been abducted by a UFO well, listen. I've listened to that ufo album and it's quite good. It's like Tim Hardin places. It's it's relatively decent. I would never have listened to that album not interested in UFO's and I'm sure that wherever he is God rest his soul or if he's in space I don't know but you know I'm sure that like. I don't know whether it'd be pleased on about five. It's like, no, you should listen to me music because I'm great. Come on, Venus. Let's let's sell one more story about the curse of bone thugs and harmony. So bones can homeys and an interesting won't. So it's not. EMPATHIC honest. then. Ties in a got this actually from a very website. So this needs the whole bag of salt but basically, Gerry Cole thugs in harmony at a song called crossroads, which is Mitchell at the crossroads Mitchell and cross. Sort, of thing, it sounds just like that. There it was the guy who is go potent through a lot of the crossroads things that didn't make any sense about being cast. He was saying that there's an argument that folks in harmony they have a song called crossroads albeit not the Robert Johnson. Version bought. They apparently used a Ouija board at the start of their career to divine stiff nation to see if the is successful and they took some of the decisions based like what this report said you know like. Did aspect like should we go to this particular record producer meet and then it'd be like, yeah, you should go. Right we going is the wage board said we're going. So when you hear things like that, I'm not surprised. I think think of nothing else. We've discerned that you need to cover of thugs in harmony crossroads. Kevin it's always a blast talking Z. man and you keep coming up with these amazing tidbits and stories and I'm sure you'll be back on when you when you come up with something something else oh, that's great. Thanks for me on Chris it's era Halloween tradition here on talk is Jericho so you got like you got a year to come up with something else. I'll do I'll do it. Don't worry. Cheers man. Thanks Dude. Thanks Chris.