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  • Anti-science Madame Curie John C Dvorak horn when you get my Nation Media Nation episode This Is No Agenda podcast, make sure I mean the capital of the Drone Star State to make sure I said that enough times. Yeah. Say it again now forget about it, but we are in the capital of the Drone Star State.
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  • Good morning you in the morning to everybody after ships and see Bruce in the ground. Yes, Indiana that Subs in the water. Oh, man.
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  • Donnie don't know what you want to talk about and it's I don't know why you no idea what I want to talk about it. Well, let me get okay, if you if you mix clams used with the manager should get tomato ovarian and there's a funny thing I observed. I just I don't know if it's still true because I think maybe it's at least as of five or six years ago. Yeah United States when you buy Clamato juice and you look on the ingredients, it is powdered clams. It's not really no clams using is just like a clam extract or something in Canada. You get actual clam juice.
  • Well the Canadians they know their Clans ya know. I was going to start with something else in the Netherlands. There is a heat wave across your really but the Netherlands is as you know, I grew up there. So I speak the language and people are freaking out and now the log warming. Yes the Muslim clerics.
  • Are going to do a mass prayer tomorrow Friday to Pray For Rain for the Netherlands man. I figured we give him a little hand. Well, we did get a request from a couple of notches for the Netherlands with some other parts of the world. And in the fires we have in California now to give the Range tickets Shake. Okay. So let's make sure that we know where we're directing This One Direction is the Netherlands. It's very pinpoint. Very small country. I apologize Belgium or Germany if we hit you with the rain.
  • It's hard to Target a small country like that. Then when you California and where else will get any other places anybody needs some rain watch this rate, right? I'm already going and the 3rd. Okay, really? I did one one single one flip. Okay, I did three flips. And remember John and I are trained Professionals in the art of rings the ecology. Please do not attempt to sit home and Austin where you know in three days, we'll get it flooded out.
  • Well, yeah that always happens. Well, yeah, well, you're over flipping that's the reason please how dare you critique my technique.
  • Exactly. So what else I guess not not much going on man. Not a hell of a lot. Well, yes.
  • We had the drinking game. The other day is Amazon glitched-out. I've seen a single report explaining what actually happened. Why would they bother with the voice? This is this is the fear that you and I have spoken about you written about it. If Amazon were to really go down and it affected us too because I was trying to change something on the server. We use Amazon web services for hosting the RSS feed and I couldn't get to it.
  • Know somebody some heads are going to roll. Yeah, I feel bad for the dude's name been cuz you can just imagine when you get that day and it was fun watching the the Amazon stock price which is out of anyone's range really like States $1,800 a share but you know, cuz they were so smart. I think they thought they were smart by launching at 3 p.m. Eastern to launch the Amazon, you know Prime day. We should be right at the end of the market and just as planned. The stock went went up like forty or fifty points and ten all the glitches took place and it crashed after hours but they just left no big deal. We say it was still made three billion dollars, you know some Shoppers experience some issues. I don't know man all I saw where they're dogs dogs dogs dogs. Did you see this?
  • I know I was talking about oh for the dog the dog on the Amazon site and not just one they had so instead of a 404 or a server overload or whatever. The problem was they defaulted to a picture but there was a rotation of the dogs of Amazon and they were cute dogs know. I guess it's the employees dogs and they must have had I must have seen forty or fifty different ones refresh. Yeah. And so I didn't know there was there was anything more to it than just the picture of a dog know the dogs of Amazon glamour making this sounds like a w s as a dog that is so she agree. I agree anyway, but let's hope to say it was this wild kittens. I know the CTR Vernor hundredfold. Well, she's a Dutch guy.
  • I sent him a note like hey man, how's your day been everything rocking over there for guy?
  • Yeah, then with course we had the big Helsinki Summit.
  • Which of course has to top of the news? Well, there's a lot more and there's a lot more about the summit to be discussed as drawing people under the bus know how to start on this report. You know. Well, the only thing I could I have the same issue. The only thing I can think of is maybe just a little bit of historical context about Russia and I would say starting with Reagan certainly Bush and definitely the clintons when the Soviet Union collapsed.
  • You know everybody moved in and we started everybody. I think the you certainly would just stealing their shit with taking their resources the oil to gas, you know, huge companies were set up. Everyone was taking advantage of Russia and Putin her weakened condition. Yes, and then we can conditioner once Yeltsin came in and we also moved NATO toward them when there was no where they couldn't do much. Oh are we of course we moved closer Yeltsin came in. He was the drunk. It was yelton was too drunk wasn't yet? Yeltsin was too drunk. He was not the only drunk. Yes. He was a major drunk, but I had a couple of conversations with
  • With some of our Q level intelligence producers and I should also mention something else Russians real Russians. Russia's done what you like like if they were if there was an Oxford Rush of normal high-level Russians. They always said or I was told that Yeltsin spoke like a apparently the else yeltsin's Russian was kind of a lot. They said they had apologized. Right? Right, right. Well and he was kind of put in and from what I understand that's when we actually helped Putin become a higher level of the KGB.
  • Steam, you know steaming him up getting him ready. I think he was definitely helped my our intelligence community. And then once you came in, you know Putin came in and start cleaning up which of course created huge oligarchs. He's probably one himself, but let's not forget Mark rich and there was just a lot of a lot of Western British to be specific and American people building a degree tremendous wealth in Russia at their weakest moment stolen. Yeah, of course there were stolen so, you know, there's there's a historical context here of America messing with Russia, but you have to take into account but throughout that. We've always wasn't been prudent come to the ranch to the bush Ranch, you know has a little silly Horrors. Oh the horrors that he came. It wasn't quite as bad as would happen in Helsinki Ranch. Well now media
  • So I you know, and there's a lots of disgust about what went on there, but just the obvious. I think that
  • I don't know if he was weak and and and just misspoke on purpose.
  • He certainly buckles and and clarified very weak clarification evil out of the Corning. I used to go. I think cause more trouble than it was worth but I agree it maybe not but it's the guy is so transparent sometimes when will say well, you know, this is a double negative. So you the way I see that is there was a meeting and they said hey, we'll just change would wouldn't he said that's a double negative. I would never do that. You know, it's like these things pop Edge. Oh, yeah. I know what you're talking about. So he fucked up really badly. And and I think he he dented his reputation severely. Well, they get past it. Absolutely. Where what what did you perceive as the fuk up?
  • The the fuck up was was that he that he changed his story that to me was the worst part if he if he had stuck to his story and said, I don't really believe the Russians did it that would be one thing but then I have no idea and change his story. I thought was directly what I thought it was.
  • Trump has been such a kind of a bonehead in a lot of ways a bumbling guy that may be smarter than we think he is.
  • I just don't see this being anything more than a hiccup. I mean, it's just it's just an if I didn't but that's different. I don't I don't think it's I just said I don't think it's a problem for him at all. But let's listen to what my favorite bit on this came in late. This is Tucker Tucker Carlson, who was there in Helsinki and he did an intro to do Trump's me a call. But if you want to call it that and I just thought this was very funny cuz it brought back it brought back memories if you could find it but you're playing this memories of Ron Paul discussing it, you know, like it's some weird setting how the CIA took over the government in 1962 after Kennedy was assassinated across in tonight. We just came back in the nation's capital where it is hot and intense we're going to have our
  • Full stage not just Russia and we asked the president about those as well. Bring the whole thing to you coming up and just a second but first tonight with remarkable speed and intensity the media other foreign policy establishment. Both political parties have come together as one to attack the president for his meeting yesterday with the Russian President Vladimir Putin Anderson Cooper John McCain Mitt Romney. They all describe the president's remarks about Russia as disgraceful former CIA director. John Brennan called those remarks treasonous and grounds for impeachment Nancy Pelosi and Schumer. And now it's the trunk was being blackmailed by a foreign power others accused him of being a sleeper agent by one member of Congress from Tennessee called for a military coup against the presidency.
  • What was the range storms swirled the president bowed to the inevitable genuflecting before you as intelligence agencies whose judgment must never be questioned and recited the now obligatory oath of loyalty to the Spy bureaucrats now in charge of our country.
  • Yeah, let me play a little bit longer or about a minute 15 of some media reaction right after the Helsinki Q&A and all right first.
  • This is a big day. You have been watching perhaps one of the most disgraceful performances by an American presidents that I've ever seen. It was probably the low point of the president saying well discussing president Trump is not on America's team was nothing short of treasonous Donald Trump betrayed America. We have a president who is betraying a shave was like a scared child way. He Howard Trump was pretty nervous. Most people are nervous when meeting their boss. He embraced him. He validated him as well the trash in his own country and gave the middle finger to America embarrassing the country has single most embarrassing performance that I'd ever seen the United States was attacked and president Trump today sided with the anime. It is disgraceful refusing to side with his own country is own country. You should call this to surrender Sonic this is evidence of who who is what we saw yesterday was collusion and he's basically saying I'm with why he did so I can't really get into that. I'm not a doctor.
  • So impotent. It's no wonder he leaves the Russians Summit with one balls and I see although I think still has a set of front Bolt the time for Trump to put his foot down and he did write on America's dick. I'm sorry. Money. Thank you very much. John asked her for putting that together for us. You did it to music to for end of show that's good was a terrific summary. Yes, and and pretty close to the truth. I have a couple of clips that I will have to junk a little more but there was that little threesome with Rachel's the beginning and I don't want to do this so early in the show, but since that was throwing it. Oh, I got to catch my breath that was part of a longer little Exposition. She had at the beginning of her little Spiel. She talks forever to get to the Past she does but I got in I saw that's how interesting the Rachel I say. Yes. Yeah. I figured you might pulled that one. Well that deep now.
  • Here's what I think happened in terms of mine and probably what was going on in general. He is so wrapped up in himself about know collusion which you know, the indictment certainly doesn't show any collusion and you know, this probably was no collusion, but he's so wrapped up in it that he's just thinking about him. I don't think he was thinking straight and I and I also believe that had conversations that went on that. We didn't really hear much about but let's go back to the initial assessment cuz what he said was in a later tweet, I trust my intelligence sources the the sanction and we have so many things to talk about the sanctions were very detailed and I have some background on that is to you know, this was a hacked by the Russians. It's very clear from the indictment, but the intelligence Community all agreeing which was not true because it was CIA. FBI NSA was reluctant said, well, it was high probability. None of it was all and it wasn't all intelligence agencies.
  • It was a report presented by that's the lie. It's getting sick of it. Yeah, me too. And this started in the report came out in January 2017 and I have a copy of the report in the show know it's you know, it's not at all a specific on a technical level. There's a lot of you know, probably this how how it happened but here Director of National Intelligence Clapper in January 2017 talking about this report. Well, the news guys have dropped into our laps says they always do the perfect Nexus of National Security and politics with the hack of DNC emails and and the the alleged participation in Russia, so
  • My colleagues and I've seen but also another Outlets have been told by and you seen the reports by a number of officials pointed their finger without much hesitation at rush official in the White House described said to me there's little doubt as Russia. I just wonder does the intelligence Community share that certainty. Well, I'll just say that don't think we're quite ready yet to make a call on attribution. I mean
  • You all know. They're just a few Usual Suspects out there. So but it's in terms of the process that we try to stick to. I don't think we're ready to make it a a public call on that. So and is that because you haven't made a decision to publicly name and shame or because there's still some uncertainty a little both Louisville. Do you think that that we in the media, but also some officials have been speaking to us in the media have gotten ahead of the certainty on this, I guess. Yes. I did and frankly taking it back a bit. Bye.
  • Somewhat, you know hyperventilation over this. I mean, you know, I'm shocked for somebody did some hacking that's never happened before and that was the attitude because that has always been the attitude where everyone is always hacking everybody else one way or the other. And before you go on that was in 2017 yet. The Denis of complainers are all talking about how they all 17 agents agreed in 2016. Never true. It was never it was never true. It's a lot so that is the report that Trump is actually disagreeing with but doesn't matter because you know, it's the LIE is there it's done you and I'm not going to change it we can just keep mentioning it. Yeah, we can match it in bitching but now to the technical part of
  • What what the accusations are it was? It's so really unbelievable truly do not to be believed that the FBI could go to this level of understanding which people had done what what they had done outside of the heck itself. You know, Google searches all kinds of other things that they were doing presumably on their personal machines, but you you have a vague reference to I'm not sure what you're talking about. Oh, well, I'm leading into a clip the the premise. I'm not understand. Okay, so the indictments from Mueller the 12-man in the 12-man indictment goes to an incredible technical detail about how these 12 Russians who work for g r u and by the way, I think that there's probably 500 Russians who work for g r u or doing this and let's not forget, you know, Hillary's techno experts and how we were messing around with Putin's election.
  • This has gone on for a long time but like everything, you know, we humans a very bad at understanding where the real risk is, you know is a real risk. Is it is it the opioid crisis or is it traffic accidents or is it hundred thousand people who died in the hospital? You know, we're not good at that. So this is now top of mine. This is the most important thing. Let's please not discuss that what the junk best fishing which is also blamed on these 12 g g r u agents that actually uncovered corruption within the Democratic party where they were screwing Bernie Sanders and you know that that was the day that was but that's but that's also all in this intelligence report which went to such a deep level saying that the investigators to publish this indictment new even what the gru agents were Googling on their desktop machine, so, I'm not sure how I'm not sure how
  • Okay to the indictments say hey, by the way, we're well, the the quote is upping your business because even renowned security expert Steve Gibson could not understand the level of this detail any any linkages between what would appear to be otherwise separate events. Any reuse of ips of of email accounts of of obscure domains and so forth that can be used if you have like encyclopedic knowledge of every packet the transfer to the internet during that time, you know, you can figure all this out but I don't know how you do this short of having that kind of
  • Visibility into internet traffic to me this suggests. There is a level of surveillance far in excess of of what I at least have assumed with technically feasible. It's amazing. Yeah, and I agree. The only other explanation is we pretty much said. Hey, we know we're in your systems. We are watching you all the time, which I don't think is a very smart thing to do if that's how they got this information. In fact, it's a very dumb thing to do but does you're revealing, you know, the methodology. I just think it's bull crap. Well, let's just remember that. The FBI was sent away. They did not get access to the server. They were send a appropriate image. Now. The word appropriate is in there for a reason appropriate image of that server, which may very well.
  • Within a virtual server. I don't know but a snapshot which also includes, you know, the stuff that was happening in memory. It's not really got this all from crowdstrike and we have to remember the crowdstrike Run by Shawn Henry who was the executive assistant director of the criminals criminal cyber response and services branch of the FBI promoted by Robert Mueller. And so, you know, it's I don't think it's correct, but Mueller, I guess when like hey whatever your report is is good enough for me might want to point out the crowd strikes most recent series D financing for a hundred million dollars included Google capital. And so there's a lot of conflicts of interest or some people might want to recuse themselves when it comes to working with an outside company, but it's not even really stated as it was done by an outside company.
  • It's not it's it's not stated. Yeah. Well, there's
  • A security firm one or something like that, but there's there's a lot there's a lot of cross-pollination there.
  • And then the FBI official overseeing the task force left on Friday.
  • I didn't know that yeah.
  • Yeah, he walked out oil before before you play anymore. I'm going to play in room clip that is kind of I think draws attention to kind of.
  • A problem that I'm always seeing here. And this is the this is a local story. Just a piece of a little bitty chunk.
  • It called local analyst aghast are full and Whistler eager to join us this evening president Trump sided with Vladimir Putin. What did we just see this morning in terms of Washington Herald?
  • Let me sided with what he didn't side side with anybody. What does that mean? Did you see him aside? Yeah, this was this was used more frequently cited decided Well,
  • He said what you said literally was I have no reason to think why Russia would do this.
  • So continue to play just this morning in terms of watching this unfold with the world. You have none. Okay. So afterwards they have this is conference. What's the price? You're the most surprised because he's astonished because at the time of his inauguration 17 agency has all of them relating to intelligence.
  • Thomas because last Friday last Friday Director of National Intelligence nap, but then Coach did the Russians were still interfering it was red light blinking time as it was right before nine-eleven astonished also because last Friday director Mueller, I should say special counsel Mueller announced the indictment of 12 rushes to go along with nine other and diapers. The president said he needs to see evidence.
  • I don't know what other evidence he needs what and the red light blinking came from Senator Blumenthal who this is a call back to the beginning of your clip. He has a novel idea Republicans have a historic responsibility as to all of us because red light is flashing as the Director of National Security. Now, is that a talking point do you think or did your guy just just copy that one thing? It's like these guys that could you might be right. You're maybe a talk to you, but I'm going to go back to that clip mine at the end. He says Trump wants to see more evidence.
  • And he says what more evidence does he need and what he refers to his what more evidence does he need in the twelve indictment Sandra nineteen indictment and the and the and the bull crap about everybody agreeing during his which is not true as you peruse with The Clapper clip. That was just a lie that he just threw out there. What evidence does he have? Somebody being indicted is not evidence. Well, that's the thing to happen that's lost in the in the shuffle. Listen to the rest of this clip of Blumenthal The Flash the Director of National Security danko's put it much as it was before nine-eleven. We are in a 911 National Emergency because our country is under attack. Literally that attack is ongoing and pervasive verified by objective and verifiable evidence. Those words are again from the director of next three and this nine-eleven moment demands that we do come together.
  • Issue a subpoena not only for the translator and then I was but also for the National Security team. Do you want to subpoena the translators? What did they say? I love that. I think that's I'm sure they could do that. I'm sure they can subpoena the translator. What did he say? Oh my goodness, that would be late. But it's just shameful that that Blumenthal or anybody and then you might be right. There's just possible talking points out there cuz that mug and I don't know if I put a picture of the mug in the you did you did you didn't well, it was the nine eleven eleven nine was the month and and here's a clip from Jill wine Banks. Now, she was a prosecutor in the Watergate scandal and she takes it to the next level some point. This has a complexity is even richer than the one you were involved in with the with the Watergate investigation in that.
  • Somebody Richard Nixon was working on how do you even make sense? If you can't make sense of it? It's very hard to possibly analyze and you're quite correct. The burglars were Americans they worked for the White House. They worked for the committee to reelect the president. They weren't foreign agents and yet we were burglarized This Time by Foreign agents and it's just as serious to me as the Cuban Missile Crisis in terms of an attack or the nine-eleven attack. The president is taking the side of the people who attacked us instead of trying to prevent a future attack. He has done nothing to make sure that the elections four months away are going to be safe and I would say that his performance today will live in infamy as much as the Pearl Harbor attack or crystal meth and it's really a serious issues you need to deal with
  • There's there's no explanation for what could be motivating him. No matter what Russia has on him. That's right. Those are Jews. You're on deck kristallnacht that is taking it a bit far but Richard angle always surprises. One of the things I do think is that's been a problem and I don't know how to address it. I'm sort of with Bill. I'm a little bit gobsmacked and flummoxed at the same time. We are under attack from Russia if they were physical missiles, like during the missile missile crisis Americans would be in the streets and protesting and asking for the president to protect us. These are invisible missiles little missiles that are going into our system digital missiles and it really is The Edge climb day in Golf Course being a CIA frontman. That means she is still going after Trump. They wanted like some
  • Sorry digital missile slipped.
  • Yeah, well there was there were some other noises luckily although you had to search quite far and wide and I now Professor Stephen calling who we liked a lot he was on a couple of different shows but I found a clip of him with her name her Shimmer also a Russian scholar professor and they talk about exactly what's going on. It's a little longer clips about three and a half minutes. But this was on vice vice news on HBO and what I'd like so much about how they set it up. Well you'll hear as as they're going to juice to American professors very well-schooled in Russia. Its relationship to the United States is position in the world for decades. These guys do know what they're talking about. They they have standing, you know, they they're either Emeritus or you know, they're the real professors and here's how Vice position them.
  • And what they said might be overwhelmingly negative real ceases is the Russia or that Trump is using his blame America First what is he blaming America for blame America first and then to American professors process as comrades.
  • Oh, I'm missing some presidents blame America First approach to Russia is wrong Michael Moynihan. I mean, clearly these professors have been co-opted by putting as a receiver in case for the rightness of Russia. I can go down a list of what people would you go ahead and put an apologist apologist Hyundai, right? There's been any of these attacks may be in once distinguished Publications. There is a market an appetite for this information. They're uninformed the question do I ask yourself is why won't people engage in legitimate debate with people like Steven me and I believe the reason they won't they would lose the debate. I'm fully constant into that.
  • Sunrise how I see it not sure John fully agrees at the moment as we talk. We are I bought I bought a new cold war with Russia Putin was one of the few leaders in the world who stood up to the Americans and the main manifestation of that was the Ukraine crisis in question here with regard to the Ukraine crisis. Who is that the United States and its West European allies. It was deeply rooted in Washington. It can take you bring it into the lateral economically. You nato-russia would be nothing more than one Obama call a regional
  • The ten toes countries have a right to decide whether or not they want to join NATO know they don't they don't that's a good that's just very foolish way of thinking about in and out though. I'm just looking at the people of those countries. They say we want to join native. We were under the Boot Hill of Russia for too long. We want to join us Alliance many different than than usually the people make foreign policy. Any fool could have told you that my bringing in countries on Russia's borders with historical grievances against Russia. We're going to diminish everybody's now exactly right. Let's say the Soviet Union or China if some Future Point forms of military alliance with Mexico and Canada on their border. I would never tolerate let me ask you presumably you and Ryan John would demand that the American president react the way you be aggressively for that the Russian if he reacts would be defensive we demonize pudding and we bring those Russians. We demonize Russia russophobia is running amok in this country. I've seen these things from the
  • I restarted refund how we got to the edge of your we haven't been since Cuban 1962 and I have concluded it is 95% our own doing in percentages. Would you see that percentage of War breaking out between the US and Russia as getting smaller with Donald Trump in office truck is wrong on a lot of things but on the thing that I care most about because I think it's existential because I think it's life and death if it means what he said he was right. It would be great to come pull up for me was Russia I would go far is imperative. It has he doing so far. We don't know we won't have to say what the attack on him is for oceans president of the United States is being kept from doing what we demanded of every president.
  • On the other hand triple reason he just presses on rightly or wrongly. So my hope that he and preacher series of the green that will keep us safe.
  • The tremendous possibility of the establishment to this meeting is Helsinki is warranty driven by the fact that people want to undermine truck for the more they have to explain how he got elected in the first place. They can't because Hillary Clinton or the Democrats didn't run a good campaign. They can't because the American people are that foolish. It has to be because they would bring part of Donald Trump or using our kind of a patsy roomful guy to yes is a hammer to beat him over the head. So these people would prefer trying to impeach Trump to averting into war or war was Russia if it's come to that much longer to blame we are ourselves and I think that's the last you can hear on any type of reasonably mainstream media of these two guys.
  • They and you know, the comrades the comrades and what the hell do they know really? That's fine. I do have some thoughts about what is really going on. It's not like we haven't kind of touched on this over the course of the past many years and part of it came up in the one of Putin's statements, which is under discussed. And that is this presents we can bring up to the router in this particular case.
  • Mister Broder turned over 1 million dollars in Russia. They never paid any taxes neither in Russia nor in the United States. And yeah the money we did escape the country. They were transferred to the United States. They sent huge amount of money for hundred million has a contribution to the campaign of Hillary Clinton. Well, that's a personal case. It might have been legal the contributions self. But the way the money was earned was illegal. So we have a reason to believe that some Intelligence Officers company and guided this transaction. So we have an interest question though. Now, this is not really discussed much because it goes to the magnitsky ACT which no one really understands nor wants to talk about unless you understand that browder's lawyer was magnitsky who you know, there's this he was killed
  • Will by Putin you do I find this is great detail. Yeah, but it's very hard for for the mainstream to get into this because all of these uncomfortable names start to come up but this is part of the rape of Russia and Browder who became a British citizen because he didn't want to get in any trouble in the US who you know knowledge cuz he didn't want to pay taxes that's trouble in the US. They my book Rumble in the U, but then what Putin says is, you know, I don't know but four hundred million dollars went to Clinton's campaign and that's not going to come up anywhere in the m v m analysis. Luckily. We have former CIA agent Kevin. What is his name?
  • Yes, Kevin Shipp who I'm sure will be deemed to be a crackpot a numbskull but he kind of touches on what was going on and it comes back to an age-old saying they use in the Netherlands what she did was she formed basically the equivalent of an International Super PAC to funnel money through the uranium one deal. I think is $140 plus million dollars into the Clinton Foundation. She did that because these donations went to secret offshore bank accounts. They are not bound by foi a laws in the United States cuz it's foreign money these foreign donations into the Clinton Foundation through uranium one are not bound by Congressional subpoena. So her secret server in this whole deal with the Clinton Foundation essentially was set up has basically foreign Espionage to conceal all this especially from Congress. I think there were two billion dollars that went into the presidential campaign over four years.
  • Uranium one uranium one was a front company for her to launder money globally. So it wouldn't be under us law. This was the Russian intelligence had targeted the clintons for this operation. And the most bizarre thing about it amongst many is that Robert Mueller was in charge and running a counterintelligence investigation against Russia during the uranium one deal. He knew that the Russians were engaged extortion bribery racketeering as you mentioned related uranium one. He approved the uranium one deal knowing that these millions of dollars going into the Clinton foundation and he ignored the fact that the Russian said targeted and essentially co-opted Hillary Clinton was funneling money into her campaign. And of course five hundred thousand bucks for Bill Clinton to go over there and speak and Robert Mueller in charge of FBI counterintelligence and that investigation ignored the whole thing. No charge.
  • And just basically put it under the blankets and covered it up. Now. That's just more of a background or the way. I see it. And this is why we've had this intense hatred and blaming everything on Russia since Hillary lost is everybody all these names. We're all complicit. I'm pretty sure that fractions is not food themself. We're running Hillary Clinton.
  • That makes nothing but since why wouldn't he and she had set up a front, you know a front company to launder money for herself and for her campaign and Mueller actually was intimately involved not just on the sign off. I believe he actually delivered You Raise Me personally, he delivered it. It's pretty well documented and everyone was hunky-dory and things were going ahead as usually they do certainly with the Russia and Russia's paying for everything is all gray going. Well screw them later as Hillary has done in the past and she lost and that was unexpected and then everyone had to cover up but there was so much that couldn't be covered up. They just flipped it, but you said but yourself but you go through the health you accuse others that of what you are guilty of and they were colluding with Russia. Nothing better than the just flip it on its head.
  • Well, I kind of caught Trump off-guard the problem is the such a weak aspect to it that it's kind of I mean, you can yell and scream about Trump and his Helsinki thing which to me before I have I have a clip I wanted to play but before I get there, I want to mention something I kind of stumbled on.
  • I stumbled on a BCS online. They have an online show that is got some radio guy was a really unbelievably nice voice right? He's got the Big Mike the Big Mike understand the cans and he's there they got a camera on them and white what it looks like he's doing it's part of ABC News and I don't know how many people watch it or can even find it but I found it he brings on everybody that it looks like he's doing it's like a minor league thing. It looks like he's running our farm team. It looks like he's bringing on different congressmen and all these people to clear them for the evening news. Oh to see if they have the right story. Yeah, huh.
  • And so he brings on these different guys and they they had all The Usual Suspects and then I guess to see what he's going to say. They bring on Rand Paul and Rand Paul does I think gives a beautiful presentation makes nothing but since and they cut him out of the picture he's mentioned once that there's somebody and now there was anyone who said anyting kind of
  • normal about what they saw at this Trump Helsinki thing, which is the way we saw was a guy goes to meet to rushes. They didn't want them to do that. They didn't want him to meet Putin. They didn't want any of that to happen and no matter what he did what he said they're going to blast him for it and and this clip it kind of comes out of one guy bitching and moaning and the guy transitions the Rand Paul is a little longer than I like. But I think you'll like it as the ramp all clip. Oops. I'm sorry. This is not the long form of Helsinki know the Rand Paul clip.
  • I don't have a tow the Rand Paul clip. I heard you the first I was getting his name. He's put Russia back not just on the map. But at the top of the Heap he was in a very self-satisfied mode today. Maybe he's Terry Moran traveling with the president in Helsinki. Oh, you're right. This is one of those ABC News 1010 wins a terrier. Thanks to you and return our conversation to ABC News political analyst to Steve Roberts for his thoughts on as Terry suggest what may have been a very comfortable atmosphere for Vladimir Putin today. Well attorney made a very good point. This Summit is the culmination of a long history here in the post-soviet world of Putin trying to restore Russia to its former glory its former position as one of the two greats.
  • College in the world and president Trump handed Putin to victories today. The first was just simply to be there and the second was to talk about the two World superpowers. This is exactly what Putin is wanted to hear for many years Steve is Senator Rand Paul Republican of Kentucky joins us now Senator. Thank you. You had said that you were glad president Trump was meeting with Putin that this kind of dialogue was good based on the outcome. You still feel that way.
  • Yeah, you know if you look back at our history, we've had some very dire times with Russia the Cuban Missile Crisis, maybe being the height of that but during the Cuban Missile Crisis, we had a direct line to Khrushchev. We also at the time had an ambassador in Russia and we carried on dialogue. So I think it's it's incredibly important to have dialogue and I think the people who are criticizing having dialogue with Russia and are overstating that somehow this grants legitimacy to Putin are people who aren't really looking at this in a very realistic way. I think foreign policy realism looks at the world more is it is and looks as though at the world in a way in which we try to minimize the risk of conflict. What did the president have to be so seemingly ingratiating or at least on the same page when it came to the issue of meddling and interference I think often when you meet with people in person that the simply disabilities of meeting together in person show and a show of rapport.
  • Are greater than they are when we're discussing our differences. And so I think we should continue to air our grievances are our differences. But to tell you the truth, I wouldn't always are them directly in a confrontational way in a in a meeting like this. And so I think there are other ways of bringing that forward. I think some of the people are very naive or saying well, he should demand it. He had missed it. They meddled in our in our politics and they're they're never going to do it again one. They're never going to admit they did it and we appeared to have evidence that they did metal in our campaign, but they're never going to admit it. And the thing is is if you look at things in the totality of this you look at the history of meddling and elections all of the Nations that can spy do spawn each other and all the nations that can metal and elections do metal in other elections. Senator Paul. We thank you very much and we can see on our coverage from machines.
  • Yeah. Yeah, I think you're right Cutting Room floor. Well, so I think the only place that took Rand Paul, I didn't clip it was because it was just unlistenable with CNN was with both and that was just a shouting match between the two of them. And I mean again, I didn't click it because it was just too convoluted, but the only made it on there with his message and obviously didn't make it anywhere else. And by the way the term meddling, I mean when it comes to condemning someone for doing something meddling is not very strong, you know the definition which isn't it show no, it's just your you are interfering in other people's business, you know, that's not quite the same as hacking our election. Which also there's this, you know, they keep saying they got five hundred thousand motor names and partial area know the voting record know which are public but you can get them from the website. I also don't think they were successful in that all the reports. I've seen that they tried one try the rest was probing.
  • And also nothing too much fun as social media. Yeah way too much fun. Now the thing that we do have a report from PBS. This is another one. This is another one of these transition where they go from one topic to another but they bring this woman in on PBS to discuss, you know, the Russians learned a lot apparently from this meddling and now they're going to up their game. So I'm wondering what what does that even mean? So to play this clip this is clearly the Russians noclip clearly the Russians know that the U is on guard at this point, they were successful to a degree in 2016 this year. They must be trying different things. What do you see that is different or better or more sophisticated from them now? Yeah, that's absolutely right. One of the things that Dan coats has that is that we think they will be learning lessons that they have learned lessons and we think that they're adopting those as they're looking at new ways to divide Americans. So we've seen some
  • Weighing in on things like the NFL protests whether it was you know, good or not appropriate or not for NFL players to be taking a knee during the national anthem. We saw it accounts on Twitter that have now been identified as ones that were created by the internet research agency, but we're pretending to be Americans accounts that had tens of thousands of followers hanging on both sides of that issue. We've seen social media accounts that we now know were operated by the internet research agency in st. Petersburg Wang and on issues like the me-too movement. We've seen them wing and on things like Roseanne Barr's racist comments. We see these kinds of activities likely trying to scope tensions was in America. And you mentioned this is Rosanna or Russian agent now,
  • No, but but bring it in it's coming there and arguing about whether she should have been fired or not. It's still contentions these people ever. Look at a Rob Reiner tweet. He's a nice guy. We see these kinds of activities basically trying to scope pensions which in America and you mentioned a minute ago, Julia khayyam that you're still waiting for the federal government to do more to pull this together. The White House is saying they are working on this the Department of Homeland Security says they're working on this. So what more needs to be done from Washington and in the state, I think it's I think we need to view that was a mistake. I think we need to view this as a threat to any other critical infrastructure. We do know the Transportation Security to the states and local redistribute money. We have actually over
  • Aside from the federal perspective and you and you have a focus from the federal government. Now that may be true from the agency side Department of Homeland Security is clearly working with State and locals in this regard. But until we begin from the White House and presidents the statements understand that this battle to protect our system has begun already is as Dan Costa said, you're not going to need to on the state and local level. All right. So let's stop and consider this we're talkin about the $100,000 in lame advertising on Facebook and and going on Twitter as a fake personality, which of course is what the tech experts would do and if you remember during that one of the conflicts
  • You know rock rails, where were they with this so-called lesbian or was some guy in London in an apartment? My name is posing as a beat-up lesbian in some area of the one of these conflict zones on Twitter and it became a scandal and I mean this is this is to say and religion the Blumenthal said it's like nine-eleven. This is like Pearl Harbor and it's involving tweets. And those are seasonal missiles my friend. They posed As Americans on Twitter. Yeah. He's like it's insane.
  • Who cares? Thank you. And I and I think that's the bottom line for this part of the analysis is it's really who gives a crap. We know this happens. We know there's hacking we know there's meddling. It's it's what goes I mean we hacked Angela merkel's phone. Come on in 2012. The CIA was was eavesdropping on the French elections. This is not new and we're not we're just as culpable fine. It's not it's just invented it. We're number one baby. We we started that we're the guys who got a whole scene even credit away credit where credit is due? Yeah know there were two very important things which are not discussed and the do make a difference will directly impact Our Lives collectively and that is this little ditty see if I may I throw in some too since we talked,
  • The president in case it wasn't clear. This is Putin's translator. It wasn't this subject as well. We are aware of the stance of President Trump. And I think that we as a major oil and gas power and the United States is a major will get spyware as well. We could work together and regulation of international markets because neither of us is actually interested in the plummeting of the of the prices and the consumers will suffer as well. And the consumers in the United States will suffer as well. And the Shell gas production will suffer because Beyond a certain price bracket. It's no longer profitable.
  • To to produce guess but nor we are interested in driving prices up because it will drain juices live just as from all of the sectors of the economy from shouldn't be like at 6 or so. We do have space for cooperation here now. I thought this was very important because the price of oil determines everything in the economy and and literally in your own pocket, you know, what am I paying for to fill up my car and I got an interesting note that goes along with this from one of our producers who wants to remain anonymous. He's a dude named Ben coder at a data analytics company for the oil and gas industry and here's his know. I don't know much about the industry itself, but I can tell by how many people are willing wanting to talk to our sales guys because oil keeps flirting with $80 a barrel. Everybody has loosened up their purse strings. This has been a blessing and a curse. This people are finally in the mind said to go looking for new software to Aid the growth a new Venture teams, but it's
  • Also time when people get starry-eyed with big ideas of what they can do with the perfect solution, I was going through the Trump Putin to Summit when booting came back with his response about oil and gas just as much just Trump may be complaining on Twitter to OPEC that oil is too expensive and trying to get Germany to buy American liquid natural gas instead of Russian. The current prices are great for the industry. It's in The Sweet Spot, which is what Putin was saying not too not too low not too high after fracking was commonplace American drilling companies figured out how to make money at $40 a barrel. It was painful but and they were massive layoffs software budgets of tens of millions were slashed in the industry found out exactly what was the minimum software purchase needed to for a new start-up or midsize Upstream company and fifty dollars a barrel companies were white knuckled shuffling around the deck chairs to play a trying to be efficient, but it's $70 plus the rains are just loose enough the VPS are spending a little bit of time dreaming on how to put together that ideal build out.
  • In terms of Staffing in terms of land software in terms of how new methods they want to use to investigate if we go much higher going to hit the problem of no-nos the grindstone of people letting perfect be the enemy of good. So back to Trump and Putin neither of them want the price to go lower but they'd both be interested to see the price rise. A little higher Trump is holding out for $100 a barrel to get aramco to go public.
  • And I think they're both trying to make this happen.
  • That point being you're going to see oil go to $100 a barrel the point being what's the point of him wanting to see a ramp go go public. Why because it's great for Nasdaq.
  • It would be great. We add all that to ours. I think we get to add down for the way it works. Okay?
  • Having talking about this on dhm plug this tell me about I don't know. All I know is it's a big deal the biggest deal. It will be the absolute to you know, which reminds me almost. Yeah.
  • It's the biggest deal ever. It will be the number one IPO ever put out. It's going to be worth so much money is ridiculous, but they can't do it unless they can sweeten the deal and they can look like, you know, it was going to make make out and so they have to get the price of oil up. It's actually high enough now, I think the deals easily going to clear but that's not what I'm asking the point. What I'm asking is what's trumps interest in this is he doing is it because he's buddies with the Saudis or is because I mean and what and he can't really control the price of oil one way or the other Army might be wishful thinking that be nice to have it go way up there but there's something missing from this analysis of this guy of yours. Oh, I don't understand why Trump wouldn't want to take that and put that that feather in his cap. And so I brought it which I was at a feather in anybody's cap and who's an American this doesn't benefit us by have
  • List on on on our Stock Exchange. There's no benefit.
  • At least not well, they're good. They should just be on right straight to the New York Stock Exchange, but now it's no there's no benefit there on the stock exchange. Okay, then we got okay. All right. All right. So then why is Trump making such a big deal about that IPO?
  • He is. Yeah, where when he was over in Saudi Arabia. That's all that it was about.
  • We've discussed in Prior. I don't remember discussing it for one thing about the IPO and to I'd like to know why he is making such a big deal about it.
  • Well, I can see why it look I can see why big deal for Putin to have it a hundred. Well, yeah a little Putin's got ya bhutanese high oil. He's fine at 80 by the way over 660 and maybe maybe Putin wants to hold that back. Maybe he doesn't maybe he wants to keep it under $100. Maybe that's part of the discussion. I think it was just more important than a little throwaway of that. No one looked at.
  • So I think it's important that they do is you know, they want to conspire together to keep the oil prices at something fixed something so it's not fluctuating so much. So I think that's great. How about this? I don't see why I'm shooting from the hip. Maybe he doesn't want it to come to the stock exchange. Maybe he wants the bankrupt and listen just run out of money. I don't know.
  • But I I'm pretty sure the $100 is in play.
  • And it's been in play before it does it can't hold that the world's market because the United States and I would blame this on. I don't know Soros who may want to keep the prices down and whoever's promoting electric vehicles and high gasoline gas mileage and all these other things results and you can't suck that much oil out of the system anymore at $100 people just it just the bulk at it has never been held right? All right. Well, but maybe it'll it'll topic. I don't know.
  • Hey, I told the Alternative Energy plays are working against it. Okay, I can't I have I do not have enough standing to argue this.
  • Now I did have a chat with pechenik the other day. Okay. Yeah, I called him and said all right and after listening to his life story, you know, what? What did you think? He's a talker man. I love the guy to talk for hours with this guy usually about all kinds of other stuff. But he said yes. I'm very worried very worried about something that was a throwaway line when the two of them were sitting down before they went in for their one-on-one meeting with the soon-to-be subpoenaed translators. And this was the line. Mostly we have a lot of good things that we have everything. I'm afraid if military admissions, but we traveled a little bit about China mutual friends presidency.
  • All right. So here here was panicked analysis of that statement. He says he feels that the two of them probably spoke a lot about Z specifically not just China but about Z and it is pechenegs belief and let's not argue cuz I I can't counter argue it that China's economy is actually very Hollow and there's a huge problem in this shell of what they're presenting. I know that they continue to devalue against the dollar the Horowitz even the tweeded about that but this goes back to ZTE and well actually two two parts one is the G politically maybe according to pechenik politically maybe in trouble in China, you know, first of all, he's kind of taking on the you know, he's he's a victim of of the Mal aggression. He's kind of taking that on. He said I'm going to be president for life and China's a big country and it
  • People, you know things don't go well with the middle class which it seems they may be suffering that or the new middle-class may not get what they expect, you know, someone who could rise up and put Unix prediction was she will be out within the year, but the but he feels it could be a domino effect. That could be a the economy could come Crashing Down.
  • And he believes that could be with something as small as ZTE. I'll just refresh your memory who has president Donald Trump's that Tuesday. He's not happy with the China trade talks last week and there's no deals yet on what to do with trolltech firm ZTE the Commerce Department swap the company with the sales fan in April after ZTE pled guilty to shipping American-made technology to Iran. However, Beijing has been pushing the you to roll back its punishment as part of negotiations to a trade war between the two countries on Tuesday Trump floated finds on ZTE instead and a shake-up at the top. So what are your vision is a very large fine of more than a billion dollars could be a million three I Envision the new management a new board report on Wednesday said DTE estimates three billion dollars worth of locked. It's from sanction the company buys an estimated twenty-five to thirty percent of its component from us firms. And the ban in April effectively crippled is over.
  • For the current penalty has also hurt the US firms that do business with DTE. They can pay a big price without necessarily damaging all of these American companies proposal trigger immediate resistance in Congress lawmakers across party lines accuse the president of letting ZTE off the hook and bending to pressure from Beijing the reaction could complicate efforts to win concessions to narrow a trade Gap with China of more than three hundred billion dollars, you believe people like Adam Schiff. The reason Trump wanted this exception for ZTE. The second largest technology company was Ben order to build Trump Tower in Beijing or is for ivanka's patents on or trade marks on our brand to be approved. There's all of my volume. It's emoluments Clause emoluments Clause I think and this is coming from panic and I think it's arguable that g said I can't have 77,000.
  • Is just disappear overnight. It's going to trigger something and it just may be bad Trump and G have been buddies, you know, G is came all the way tomorrow Lago. I think the guys been groveling and I have a feeling that the assertion that Trump and Putin together are trying to figure out what they can do to not have China collapse because that would be bad for everybody. I'm just forget in the you will be okay, but it turns out they just they can't really sustain their growth without stealing our technology. They need our technology and that's now being cut off through sanctions people can't do business with them anymore and they're in trouble like holy crap. We can't build the next thing and oh, by the way, if you cut us off at the knees right here with ZTE, the things may go horribly wrong and I I think that it's worth considering this Theory. I think it is worth considering is a funny idea what we do know and again, we're worse than I do discuss this.
  • I don't so much as he does these phony baloney numbers at the Chang on coming up with you just to fight whatever it is. They're up to and including building ghost cities, you know, the balance the rocks and write these other things which is it's really kind of wild what's going on in China, but it's it's not I mean unless the whole economic structure of China is
  • and there is some possibility of this is alien to everything we've known for hundreds and hundreds of years about how the economy's work unless that's something from from you know, the aliens that establish over there in China. They can't sustain this bull crap the way you're doing it right just doesn't make any sense by the way westerners. Look at the economy's anyway.
  • I don't know maybe just to think it collapsed at the drop of a hat. I mean anything we've seen stuff like that happened in markets where you know the housing market in 2017 thousand. Nobody will expect you to collapse the way it didn't take the whole world's economy with it. No.
  • And add to that I didn't know that Foxconn was a Taiwanese company. I was thought it was Chinese. Yeah, and I think it's only by Malaysian Chinese guy. So they've just opened up a huge plant. And where's it like Ohio or something? We are Dakota. Yeah, something like that hang billion dollar plant. Yeah, that could be a hedge to make sure we hit our iPhones. Let me that's a nice one. I mean, okay, that's good observation. That could be a hedge. It may have it jumps to one takes credit for it, but it's possible that this was in the works could be as many sports as you can't do these things over at night is in the works as a hitch because most of the time on these big Taiwanese tech companies rely on China, they've all moved to trying to a store everybody that was always building and right I want they don't do that anymore taiwan's become kind of a banking center or a place where you can have your head office and every but all their facilities are now in China, right and they rely on China and I can see them getting a little freaky cuz
  • system is I think it's constant is where the fox constant wanted to northern states. You're right. I think it's yeah, it's possible. That's actually a good possibility. I was by the way, I'm going to bring this job not use the same analysis. You just did this is a little off topic. We'll get right back to the topic. I think Amazon is going to leave Seattle.
  • Your why wouldn't they I meant to say, why would I'm sorry. I messed up Ankle negative. Well, they're certainly looking for headquarters. They say you can pray the so-called second headquarters. I think that's a that's a ruse. You don't have a second headquarters and a good only a headquarters.
  • Yeah, good point. The second headquarters is a ruse. They're looking to leave Seattle and the only reason I may write about this I might not but just for people that we were interested in the thought is that they have a socialist damn near economy the city council led by this one Indian woman from India or season Indian descent. So the American but she's a she's a Bernie Sanders socialist there want to put a head tax on Amazon. They want to do all these things and and rape them if they can and the and then I was as I'm reading this. Can you imagine what the what the just do the Seattle metro area what contribution in financial terms Amazon makes that area what it bring on the area? No idea. I'm sure it's huge thirty-eight billion dollars a year old.
  • This is from the was this the South China Post? I think under its made in China 20-25 program Beijing and visual just becoming a global leader in artificial intelligence Robotics and Telecommunications, including a plan to build out the world's largest 5G network. But the block on ZTE is a wake-up call as it exposes. The Achilles heel of the country's high-tech industry. It's lingering Reliance on key for and Technology stealing This is why the US action is triggered such a widespread patriotic reaction in China underscoring the growth tension between the worlds two biggest economies, and then we have
  • Since Bloomberg, this is Bloomberg. Let me see.
  • Forbes for what? It's worth analysis ETS collapse reveals China's huge dependence on us Technologies. I think that this is troubling and it's really gotten to a very bad play. All this stuff has to be years ahead of time.
  • But without the Technologies and without the secrets without stealing the secrets which is and the main thing and this again from comes from Steve pechenik. Is that the code that ZTE stole or talk or I guess they stole it and then they packaged it and sold it off was apparently from the geospatial guys and they looked at what was stolen this would be recently and they said now let them have it is fine. And that's when Trump said. Okay, let's let's not put these guys out of business. They can keep that but you know, this may be his his left way it is his leverage if true.
  • And I know yeah, but not no not a single question from the media about that know, of course that you're what did you discuss about? First of all, why would you ask a question like that might put him in a good light and not get you to vote Democrat? Yes.
  • Anyway, put it in the newsletter. I've been meaning to put it in there. I said the only thing going on was mainstream media right now is propaganda to get you to vote Democrat and that's across the board. Yes, and I noticed just by the way this one of the things just happened recently is apparently the New Yorker magazine. This is Doom for them. By the way. Oh, yeah, it's going to unionize. Yeah, that's always good for for business and you know, they're going to unionize you can just give drinking. I'm a member of unions. I'm not against them, but I know what happens with the analogous situations like that. It doesn't make a lot of sense that sings been in business for a hundred years and it doesn't need a union and the Union's by the way are all Democratic and that's why there's, you know been the couple of right-to-work laws passed a certain States because people are sick of their Union spending all their money on the Democrat Party, right and that's why the reasonable thing to sue over.
  • But cuz there are some people in unions that are not Democrats but generally speaking to sit Democratic thing and this is all we're seeing and it's getting on my nerves especially this this all this anti Trump stuff that went on after this. I thought was Annunaki was meeting in Helsinki. Yeah. It was it was not a big deal and I don't think it would have mattered what had happened. It would have come back as you know, he sided with Putin no matter what he said. I'm sure we would have had it damn people are Aunt fucking over language now, so they'll they'll find something no problem. And I do want to mention if you want more insight into what we were talking about when John says over there with Horowitz. That's DH unplugged Dvorak or with unplugged DH unplugged, and then finally from Planet Money China always knew the Trump would win there is a joke. They tell in China about President Donald Trump's upset victory in 2016, and we learned about it from our internet go along she is from China I Echo High and the joke is about a province in China where they make
  • Flags so I do tell us what is what is this joke? Yes. It's a problem is called down and people there. They saw the the word the first in the world to know that Tom was going to wait because it got way more Flack orders from Trump campaign than from Clinton's campaign. Oh, so they were making flags for political rallies and it got so many more orders for Trump Flags than Hillary Flags. They knew he was going to win. Yep. It's November. I'd like to thank you for your courage and say in the morning to you John Tennessee fans for China's collapse tomorrow in the morning you mister. I'm curious in the morning. I'll just see what's in the ground feet in the air Subs in the water and all the games tonight's out there in the morning to our troll room and all Associated trolls there No Agenda stream. Com got about nine hundred rolls. So lined up good. Thank you very much for being here.
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  • Baby, brother's Angelic night. So he's the one that passed away.
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  • Gay couple of things. I've got to clean up the last segment on it some obscure broadcast radio. I believe Louie gohmert was spilling his guts about the Lisa Page closed-session. Apparently, she she dropped the dime.
  • She said for one thing that whatever that was written it wasn't up for interpretation. It was meant
  • So in other words, whatever. Oh, yeah. Yeah that it wasn't literal. It wasn't just love birds. Well, no, but it was it was good talking about this stuff about, you know, stop the present was literally it was not. Oh, that means the public we yeah. Yeah the Royal we yeah, exactly interesting. Well see us, but he also had some very unusual things to say that Google Mark was more than happy to to give us and I thought it was interesting. Let me just get this for you. But let me say this and it goes with what the presents getting marked for in Russia have brought this and the mainstream media will not touch it to me Fox is the mainstream media, but that is we know there is no question the intelligence Community Inspector General Chuck, which is chuck wood call accent his investigator who told Dave Chappelle and Peter struck that despite what some of the media would say
  • A major foreign power had gotten everyone of over 30,000 Hillary Clinton emails through our own server everything that came and went except for four and Peter did nothing about it. And apparently he didn't tell Lisa what he had learned from the NGO Community IG, but they sat on that and the president knows that this foreign entity not Russia had everything you talk about playing in the election, right? It wasn't just Russia. There were other major players and struck did nothing lease apparently didn't know but country about kind of want to get the weeks of page. Yeah. She's a Democrat. She doesn't like Trump, but she would she need more forthcoming. What can you tell us you learned? Well, she's more contrite person and but make no mistake. Just like you said Brian. She's a dimmer.
  • She wanted Hillary to win and she did not want Trump to win and that's that's been obvious. There were three times. The FBI lawyers would be reaching for the button to mute her comment, and she would answer before that. They could meet her, so she contradicting Peter Struck it anyway, not just so much but she has given us more insight to who was involved in what and of course when I hear Brennan & for Clapper either say the kind of things they've been saying recently than it tells me Wow, we must be getting close to them. Those guilty. Dogs are barking pretty loud.
  • Yeah, yeah guilty. Dogs are bark. And is she going to do a public hearing?
  • I don't think so. How does that work?
  • Do you have to do a public hearing just to show well that we want to show nobody wants to show she's going to be saying we're done laying right right. Maybe she's not say no. She can't stick to the script like struck now, he's implying that China has the 33,000 missing emails. That's the thing that this guy cuz the network I pushed as a liar. I've heard this. I've heard this also just as an aside. Maybe there's no reporting on the GOP hack that the Russians did if you want to just call someone out for doing it. They were emails and documents stolen and there was a Donald Trump file that Wikileaks published. It didn't get any any traction.
  • But you know, there's there's there was a lot of exfiltration of data from the GOP servers that's not mentioned anywhere.
  • You think it was only strengthen the case you'd think now I have this last series of Clips a short from PBS and this is again on the same thing. This this is more of a man. Just let me just say there was both and others was in the IG report and there was also other servers mentioned thing might even said Republican but no Detail. No, of course not. Okay. Sorry continue.
  • This is Judy Woodruff. And that new black woman was supposed to be the I hate to say she's token, but I think ever since Ifill died. They had to find somebody she's not very good. She's can enunciate. She's not that present a bouncer. Yeah, we heard her first try out, which was very lame. Yeah, she's still not not handling the job. But she yeah, she's she's a black woman who hates Trump so you're hired you can see it. So I'm going to play the seashore lesbian by any chance cuz that would really help your chances of getting the gig you can't really tell at least I can't maybe you can this is Judy and her friend part one election interference very seriously, and they were looking into that said the president didn't back up and then backtrack from when he said when he said both parties how huge the way that Russia is really fast. He's not taking that
  • And finally just quickly. How are Republicans handling this? I know some of them are giving the president is still the benefit of the doubt.
  • You know it ends there but I stopped it there because they're giving him the benefit of the doubt. What doubt what benefit what is what do they say? What are they talking about? They're giving the president the benefit of the doubt. What doubt I don't know what.
  • I don't know. That's why I stopped it there. I don't know.
  • She says they give them the benefit of the doubt. Call Judy. All right, let's go under. Okay. Now we go to Parks before you play part 2. I want you to pay play part 3, which is going to just the kicker to part too, but I just want you to have it in your mind, credit Congressional Campaign Committee raising money. Give me a shelter under the story continues. Thank you. Thanks. I'm like that listen to part two of this in in.
  • Tell me what is wrong with this whole whatever she has to say others have come out in a way. They've never come out before and question and even criticise him. Well, there are some Republicans like Senator Rand Paul and Congressman call into are coming out that the president but they agree with the president that they have issue with the with the mother probe that they questioned whether or not Russia interfered in the way that the intelligence Community says they did and then you have people like Newt Gingrich. You said that he was happy at the president came out and clarified himself. And then you have Senator Lindsey Graham and you have Senator Richard Burr of North Carolina both saying that the president needs to be way more for salonis. They're both Republicans and Republicans have not pushed back on this President very much but these people and other Republicans are saying the president needs to get this right and he needs to get this and he needs to be more clear about this. The other thing that's happening Democrats are using this to fundraise just the d triple thing just today said that they raised just in June fifteen point two million dollars James Comey is also coming out urging
  • People to vote for Democrats, of course that former FBI director who president Trump fired. So Democrats are seeing this as a way to win in the midterms. They probably have meetings Rob Reiner sales.
  • Now what was wrong with what you what was the real mistake in there that she met. You can't remember it. I don't remember. She says the Democrats are using this incident.
  • To raise money in other words all this Trump bashing the media incident.
  • This current situation is what she's implying.
  • And then she cites evidence of this assertion by saying that they've raised 15.2 million dollars in June.
  • Was in June before this incident by like a month. Yeah. So there you the Democrats are using this just last year. They made sense. I mean, it's like are you trying to Buffalo me with this kind of thing is that that your proof of concept at last month, which has nothing to do with the Russian incident? They raised the bunch of money. I thought it was very poorly done very poor reporting and the fact that the editors had the NewsHour can't catch stuff like that is beyond me or who knows. It's the summer maybe it's the entrance running the show, but I'm going to give everyone on the Democratic side gift.
  • I'm going to help you all out. Donald Trump is broke and I can prove it with a clip.
  • He's broke. He has no money. It's on the list and it's yes and I and I'm surprised this is a an unaired interview from 1980. So now we're talkin shoot man. Is that now 38 years ago?
  • Yeah, it is 38 years ago Matt Rona Barrett. Remember her? Yes. We're on the Bears you and fortunately had muscular dystrophy. Yeah, and and she wound her career. She's pretty good. She was very good. And she she clearly like Donald Trump back in the day. I'm sure she would have hated him today, you know, just so sure I just how it goes, you know, and this is a little snippet from the end of the interview that proves Donald Trump is broken in life.
  • Has been becoming the president of the United States. Would you like to be the president of the United States? I really don't believe I would order but I would like to see somebody as the president who could do the job and they were very capable people in this country. Most people who are capable or not running for office in the politics today. It is a Chevy business is the most capable people or not necessarily running for political office. And that is a very sad commentary of the country. They had major corporations and they had this and that but they are not running for political office. Why wouldn't someone like you can find classes you have all the money that you possibly be you've accomplished a great deal, even though you are only $34. I know there's a lot of things that you possibly can do in the years ahead. Why wouldn't you dedicate yourself to public service because I think it's a very many life. I would love and I would I would dedicate my life of this country, but I see it as being a mean life and I also see it as somebody with strong views.
  • And somebody with a kind of used that are maybe a little bit unpopular which may be right but maybe unpopular would necessarily have a chance of getting elected against somebody with no Great Brain, but a big smile and that's a sad commentary for the political process television a strange way as we were in that process and the process very much and me the Abraham Lincoln's of the world Abraham Lincoln would probably not be electable today because the television he was not a handsome man that he did not smile at all. He would not be considered to be a prime candidate for the president saying that's a shame as well and then I'll like you
  • And when are we going to get somebody who might be doing? I don't know. I hope it's around the corner, but I don't know. I really don't know what
  • would like to be involved in is trying to help you somebody working with of people whereby they put up a candidate who would be acceptable to the presidential, you know to be the president the country if we had the one man and it's really not that big a situation, you know, people say well, what could anybody do is press the one man could turn this country around the one proper president could turn this country around I firmly believe that
  • you're not working today. What would you do tomorrow? Maybe a vote for president?
  • I don't know I would be using that at the top of the news. I'm going to give you the clip of the day for that cuz it was pretty funny. Well, it was a long shaggy dog story, but it's through on a technicality. Oh man meanwhile stuff heating up over in Euro land where margarita?
  • Showed up on the podium with a very colorful outfits just I mean vibrant colors. She is just just she's looking like a geek Nielsen reincarnated and here's what you know, I clipped I was going to mention so they don't have it for the show about using the future show, but I clipped the entire 9. It will be between 7 1/2 and 9 minutes. They did on the PBS NewsHour interviewing her phone over the Google thing. Yeah, so I play the Google thing. Yeah, I don't have anything but I do have some thoughts on it the promise I didn't have time to their stuff that she says in this interview that
  • It's just kind of amusing. Yeah, and and I want people to take know that we do a lot of that, you know the stuff you put aside you put it in the bin comes back John. You're particularly good you got that one. We're on a Bad Thing from the 80s. Pop elitist. I've been keeping it on VHS since the eighties just for today. Yeah, that's the kind of work that goes into the show. Here's the and I'm glad I'm glad you got that interview cuz I'm very curious. She seems like a very interesting woman. She says interesting things. Here's the report from your own knew he has not to record full point three full feeling you were fine on Google in an antitrust decision for using the dominance of its Android operating system to favorites and search engines. These competitions are rejected criticism to the finals too high using our our standard methan Define sympathy care because the effect of the infringement is because any sticks. Infection about and that it is it's a very serious infringement.
  • It's very illegal Behavior the commission's decision to penalize the American Tech Giant comes at a time. When he you you trade relations are at a low president Trump recently accused commission investigating a tax lady who really hates the you she hit back at claims. There was any political motivation
  • I do work with tax and I am a woman. So this is 100% Correct. I very much like the years class. This has nothing to do with how I feel no whatsoever. Just as well as enforcing competition know.
  • Well, we do it in the world but we don't do any of the political context Google has 90 days to respond or additional challenges around to 5% of its average daily worldwide revenue for the company plans to appeal the decision for your concern that today's decision will Lobster the careful balance of Android ecosystem. I believe we have a strong case for the benefits that Android is brought to the European Marketplace as well as globally and this is why we intend to appeal the EU says Google has stifled competition among search engines by forcing smartphone make it to pre-install Google Apps criminal search consumer group to say that getting Google to stop doing this will help stimulate greater variety of search engine product. We can affect more diversity. So every time that you have an Android phone we can expect you have different a search engine and browser. For example now, they're out there other competitors like the back room or want the currently find very very busy.
  • For when does the market because of these practices that Google is be going through Android to have always there for research article series unprecedented fine and the front that it could even be increased his being seen as a signal that they're ready to stand up to text at a time of increased public concern about their dominance man. This is such a Deja Vu for me with Microsoft and Internet Explorer is just it's the same name Chase. Yeah. It's the same bundling Microsoft didn't and I can let Google do it. I think Microsoft behind this by the way, it wouldn't surprise me, but she she makes some comments that or just like so baffling. It makes me think she doesn't know what she's talking about. Somebody's telling her what to say. Oh, I wouldn't really go here and the American countries being gouged by the EU, but when the when the PBS new wall people the PBS NewsHour liberal up,
  • the opening of the peace. We just we tried to get a hold of some from Google and the Press office wouldn't send anyone to talk to us. They said that the videotape which is the same tape that they played in that report of the head of Google guy with the Indian accent talking about competition. I think it's about time. They start going after Google. I'm not going to defend them anymore. You cannot do they have no press representation. They have a thing called press at google.com. You can write to them and maybe get an answer back rarely. It keeps cropping up a news reports. They're either going to play ball or not. And apparently they're going to let the media still hang out to dry. And now now you guys are going to get yourself into nothing but more and more trouble because no one's going to come to your defense. And nor should they
  • I'm sick of those guys. Yeah, that's the problem. They're just developing. They got a bad attitude. Yeah, and they're not a customer for Andrea citizens. They're not good corporate citizens. They won't even bring they won't even send somebody to answer questions to the NewsHour PBS NewsHour. You kidding me. They think they they don't stink exactly speaking or you might as well so you can give which speaking of which I have a poop report. And then I think you have a poop report. So I'll start with my poop report.
  • Drugs indoors under supervision instead of on the streets during native of San Francisco. Is this the worst you've seen that I will say that there is more there's more feces on the sidewalks and I've ever seen, you know growing up here. That was something that did not wasn't the norm then I've ever seen for sure and that is a huge problem and we're not just talking about from from dogs. We're talkin about from humans with some of the most expensive rent prices in the world also have neighborhoods there being compared to actual slums because of the amount of human feces trash and and needles that we were there a lot of people who have been pushed out of some of these places where you now have people paying these prices about seventy percent of the people who are estimated to be homeless now in San Francisco, we're actually housing San Francisco before they became homeless, we have to make sure that people who live here tablet people were homeless here that they're also held accountable.
  • For taking care of our street bizarre home, then you mean by that like, for example, I met with service providers and District 5 and the Haight-Ashbury community and one of the things that I said to them is he work with many of these individuals. I work hard to make sure that your programs are funded for the purposes of trying to get these individuals help. And what I am asking you to do is work with your clients and ask them to at least have respect for the community at least clean up after themselves and show respect to one another and people in the neighborhood. Were you talking about harsher penalties Express anything about a penalty? I just solicited their help in trying to talk to their clients. Who unfortunately, we're mostly responsible for the conditions of the street and I love the term clients. Once again, yes, they're client there. Normally you you're in lockstep agreement with
  • Rush Limbaugh, hold on a second. I'm in agreement with him. So here so I don't we don't do these sorts of Clips on the show because they're just competitive show, but I was listening to Limbaugh Show after the Helsinki thing to see what his taken on the whole thing was what he was going to come up with that didn't think that much of it but in the process I kept had the recorder going and I caught his and I had to cut a lot I realized how long went. I mean he puts a huge he loves silence. He has long pauses. They have to cut out his very takes forever. He's like, he's just like Rachel Maddow takes forever to get to a point. He's no Zephyr.
  • Sorry, you've knows that all the staff knows that for so the so he did this read of a newspaper article discussing the same thing, but he has his little his kind of sarcastic slant. I thought it was at least worth listening to him discuss the same thing. You just had discussed from the Katy. I think it was Channel Side that you got that from her or seven one of those three in the story that makes you think that anything about this is the slightest bit strange mayor London breed discusses her planned it clean up San Francisco in her first one on one interview since taking office. So she just been elected London breed. I work hard to make sure your programs are funded for the purposes of trying to get these people help and what I'm asking you to do is work with your clients and ask them to at least have respect for the community. She's going to go off on the clients thing.
  • The claims are the homeless and the drug addicts and and the people defecating in the streets. Great. I can get a gig cuz she's talkin the social services groups and she's asked him to work with your clients i e, you know
  • Please tell them to at least clean up after themselves and to show respect one another in people in the neighborhood.
  • This is the mayor talking to Social Services. You need to have meetings with your clients and you need it. He'll them just start cleaning up after themselves and
  • Mayor, don't you get that's what they've these people have lost all self-respect. I mean
  • anyway, it continues when pressed about whether her plan calls for harsher penalties against those who litter or defecate on cities that that's written. There's no it happens everywhere. Oh, yeah, people are littering everywhere and they're clapping on the streets everywhere.
  • And when pressed about what her plan calls for harsher penalties for those to do that the mayor said I didn't Express anything about a penalty instead of Mayor said she's encouraged non-profits the social services groups to talk to their clients. Who unfortunately we're mostly responsible for the conditions of our street to clients homes now clients of nonprofits. And then she said I will say varies more feces on the sidewalks than I've ever seen growing up here and that is a huge problem and we're not just talking about some dogs. We're talking about from humans. Well, I'm glad that I can be equated with Rush Limbaugh then now is highly amusing not it's not so sure how I feel about that, but I don't blame you. I've been on the client. It seems like he's just discovered this term clients and I've been on it for months saying this is actually had the year ahead of the curve on it. I'm not going to work just still picking the hits. But all I know is this is a job for one man's Detective.
  • To keep a special or unique and where are our jingle guys, man. I mean, this is such an obvious one. Yeah, you got you lyric had on.
  • I don't know what it would you lyric at on? Okay, I got it on. I love my oh, there you go. San Francisco. Come on guys. It's an easy one.
  • Now we have to remember when we started covering this. We were one of the first shows that started covering the paperwork as it was a plastic bags and it was the Poop Map. It was the plastic bags or part of it and and another contributor when it really began was when Twitter.
  • Located on Market Street, right in the center of poop Central got sick of all these bums around and they said and they took all they said you've got to get rid of these porta potties that all over the place and that's part of San Francisco. They have to go figuring that it's a porta potties went then the homeless that were plaguing the office at area around Twitter would go to then all of a sudden problem. They just started pooping on the street. Thank you Twitter.
  • Yeah, and thank you to the elimination of plastic bags. I think that was really the Tipping Point where we saw that the homeless. I'm sorry. The clients will just call him clients from now on that the clients the street clients straight clients clients. The street clients had no more bags to poop in and so that didn't help and really and I've been been willing to bring this up and I see you have a clip so it's good.
  • It seems to me the biggest virtue signaling social justice Warrior bullcrap. We have ever seen has been taking place right in front of our eyes for the past two months this insane Banning based upon at one sea turtle with a straw a business exactly where the cleaning or Banning straws and it's you know, it's every company now has to come out and say oh, yeah, we're not going to use straws either, you know Starbucks. They making a sippy cup which is more plastic than the straw ever was but I guess it's the the horrible shape of the straw that is shoving straws in the sea turtles nose is everywhere and it's a part of the huge plastic.
  • flotilla on the ocean that no one can ever seem to get a real photo of
  • that actually right said phony-baloney Island out in the Avid. It's probably more fishing gear than anything. But what is this Insanity? I tried to find out if there was someone behind it, you know, is it the straw the paper straw industry and it seems to me the strangest you could do worse than do this. This would be a great Market in my don't think genius. I don't know who did it, but it started with the sea turtle video and this hold the we are losing straws.
  • Thanks to one viral video whether that was intentionally launched or not. It's a fantastic campaign. Can I play your clip here have no idea what it is. Well, I have to set it up. Okay.
  • Yours a element in this Cliff which is what got me to clip it. That is another one of these things where somebody says something that doesn't make any sense like the woman that was on PBS is saying, you know, they're Democrats are making. Hay from this then she sighed something that before it happened. You can put plastic straws are used in San Francisco alone every day and Run Dental Group say that contribute to the tons of plastic the end up as litter on the ground and the ocean. However, I think it's for the disabled. There should be some exceptions to the van very much about protecting the environment, but for a lot of people with disabilities of a lot of those people don't have the full use in their hands. Those are the only ones that really work.
  • Restaurants and bars need to be educated about that. Thank you for supplying available for those who truly need them several businesses. We spoke with say they're also in favor of cutting back on the use of plastic that would say the increase would likely be passed on to customers. It's like a defibrillator know so you got to have some straws and back up straws.
  • I got an idea. I bet you we can do this. I want to launch our own viral campaign. It'll take some work from one or more of our producers and I think the next thing to go should be the swizzle stick.
  • Oh, you're already behind the curve on that really tell most already grabbed the swizzle stick. Yeah, it's that's part of the San Francisco law the swizzle stick as well. We need a video of a fish with a swizzle stick in his I come on we can gets real sticky Bandits already done. You're done this know good. Well, let's pick another plastic product. Well the first thing a couple of things that were in that report, the one thing that you was just stood out to me was somehow going from plastic to paper by the way. What was what kind of straws were there before there was plastic paper.
  • Somehow to go from plastic to papers going to cost more.
  • Why that's paper. I don't know. Maybe you guys know how to roll crap. That's what makes me think the paper straw people who got something to do with this. You can make paper straws that are just good as plastic you deserve when I was a kid all the straws I ever used for paper. I don't just plastic straws a new phenomenon. Yeah, but you know Coke sticks to the inside of it. It's not really useful. Well, that could be what is I don't even know if that's true. What about all those drug addicts? I mean, it's bull crap that it would be more expensive. I think you're right to sing as something of a red herring but I think it's the paper straw people. I think we should go after rubber Dodge just as good as this plastic straws or got his light coating of wax on them. I keep from getting that that's what keeps it from from sticking.
  • Yeah, the well actually still have the cocaine was sick on the wax. This is the driver seat for a while, but it happens just like melting point. What will Hollywood be you'd have to slice open the the the paper straw isotope and then spread it open and then scrape out the all the coke that is stuck on the inside of it. And then you have to sniff it would be too much work the troll room is pointing to a video that this was some ten year old who launched the campaign. It doesn't get any better. You get a turtle with a straw through his nose. You get a ten year old kid got done. I mean you're done. You know, that's all you need throwing some sjw working for K little work for these these these plastic if I was in the business of making these plastic straws, I'd be beside myself knowing who I'd be retooling for paper immediately Coast. Oh, it totally toast that's the mob.
  • Man, the mob is still is still powerful.
  • There's no analysis of it every story. It's just yeah. Well, you know turtle is the turtle man for turtle.
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  • Something I never realized about the 23andMe stuff and the DNA test that thing was just sent me an article about this. You know again, I think it's a bad idea. I don't also don't want to know what you know with some science thinks I need, you know, I'll just go with the flow that's just meet personally. Maybe I'm anti-science in that in that manner, but I science.
  • Do you know npe stands for?
  • Northwest protective of the I don't know I have no idea stands for not parent expected and as it turns out there are you ever heard that one? Yes, it's it's something that you if you receive it on your DNA report.
  • And and the story the one story I have here is from ancestry DNA report. It means that one of your parents is not your parent and there and I don't have face bag anymore. But there is apparently a Facebook group that has thousands of people whose lives were just turned upside down overnight by the stupid test and it turns out that one of your parents and the off of know which one is not your parent and I think it creates some tension.
  • It's really it's really quite sad. You read these stories man. People just just devastated by it.
  • So it's not without risk.
  • Emotional risk how do they know about the parents how would you know is not your parents? I sent the thing and I get my results. It says you got this you got that you got this. How's it going to know one of my parents was not my parent my pretty sure my mother was and maybe the dad is somebody else that was suggesting and how would they know that cuz they don't have the results for my dad if you read the article, which I could scan it real not right quickly now and tell you
  • For instance, if you're mixed just to give you an if you're mixed color, but you don't have any, you know, John, I can't answer without reading you verbatim from the article. I don't know where it is. But there's a reason why there's thousands of people in a group like this one of these tests or multiple these tests are able to tell you that one of your parents is not yours.
  • From the test alone. I don't have I don't have an answer for that. But I think you should just take it from me that these groups exist and people are learning these releases just that I just I don't have an answer your questioning your questioning this scientific perspective. Okay. I'll review I'll be this to you for a parts Sinclair. That's the woman in this article thought you was inquiring about a technical glitch her brother the brother here we go along with three other siblings had gifted her the DNA test for her birthday wasn't showing up right in her family tree. Okay, so they did have multiple family members, which I'm sure something people do the family's all you know, we'll get it right. Okay. So, there you go.
  • Anyway, I just thought it would be a handy tip for people who are considering this to know that it's not without risk or don't get your other family members involved that maybe a better a better way to guys just don't do it.
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  • I do have one last segment of Clips. We're running a little long. The affiliate should take note, but there was a rather interesting interview with AOC.
  • By what's her face from the NewsHour Amy Goodman.
  • Did you happen to see this?
  • Amy Goodman, yeah, she did an interview with Alexandria's our she's on Democracy Now democracy now, I'm sorry. It's your beat. That's why I was wondering if you knew what it was.
  • No, but that'd be a perfect interview. Yes, and and I pulled well actually yes. I pulled three clips from it and it was a Julian to you on stage in the theater with an audience. She likes to do those. I didn't know she did these it's an interesting format and even more interesting she had it was a mayor of some town in Spain to the first socialist mayor. So half of it was in Spanish with a translator and of course Alejandro 100. Yeah. She broke out some Spanish and you know, so that was all very good. Look very good look, but I did one play these three Clips the first two
  • Because from democracy Now any serious journalist just this interview itself. I found the leading the witness in this case to be of a level that is just unheard of a journalist is Amy is leading the witness. Yeah. I know. That's what I said. That's what she does best and I'm going to let her leave the witness and then let's all listen to the future of the democratic party speak, which I think is still the plan is she not the the future of the democratic party is that not what the chairman party Democratic party has hope so yeah. Yes because it'll be fun but talk about what's happening in this country today, right immigration just hours before we're meeting now judge has ruled that families who have just reunited with their children who trompettes not from them and the last week. I mean, do you hear that from pets? I mean, I know she's taking them metaphorically, but that's just that's not true.
  • The trumpet snatch them just reunited with their children. So trompette snatch from them and the last cannot be deported. The judge has put a whole ton deportations. Why did you go to the border? And what do you think needs to happen? Well,
  • I went to the Border because our nation is in a moral crisis, and there's no convenient time for us to stand up against.
  • Humana human rights violations and every day that we allow these two thousand children that have been ripped from their parents, which is an internationally recognized human rights violations. I would beg to differ on that.
  • She says these children who were ripped from her parents ripped like a Band-Aid.
  • That separating them as an internationally-recognized crime against humanity.
  • At the border, LOL wasn't crime against humanity, but it was some sort of crime, but she said crime against humanity. No, she didn't go back.
  • Okay, it's two thousand children that have been ripped from their parents which is an internationally recognized human rights violation rights violations rights differently, but I think it's the same. I don't know. I I would like a Snopes report on that. I would like to know I checked off everything done in our name. This is being done in representation of Oz of the United States citizens every day that we allow the continued violation of those children's rights is the day that I believe the moral character of the United States is at stake. So for me, it wasn't a question of
  • Whether I should go down there if we have to have a rapid response and I think every day that we go on she's going down that's going to be a parent. I know you're standpoint these clips of for you lay back have a rapid-response and I think every day that we go on especially a day when something that heinous happens, we have to occupy all of it. We need to occupy every airport need to occupy every border need to occupy every ice office until those kids are back with their parents. I liked it. Very interesting more mic check mic check now I checked this is a clip for you to comes to the point you wanted to make
  • Are you here? Once again leading the witness? I just want to check what did Trump say about Mexicans when he first announced his presidency. She had a lot of them are rapists. Do you sure about that some like that? Okay. What did he say? The the president called the most recently?
  • Remind people no, no, no, no animals. Remember you called them and I don't remember the animals. Yeah. Well, no because you said it about MS-13. Oh, yeah MS-13 animals. Yeah, right that's recognized that he said that about MS-13. I think even the mainstream recognize that I think so president Trump ran for the presidency the first day he talked about Mexicans as rapist. I now he's talking about Mexicans as animals your response to president responses know what he said this policy that has been stopped by know looking to the churches, but now he is trying to control the Supreme Court and the decisions that would go to that level.
  • The the best way that we respond to what can rightly be recognized I think is rising fascism and his policies of it is that we have to go into ourselves and into our communities and mobilize ourselves, you know, we need to be ready when the next time or is this happens again, we need to be ready to drop everything and go straight to Laguardia Airport. We need to be ready to drop everything and go straight to our local ice agency cuz this is not someone that is going to be capable of being convinced the nice conversation and a chat over coffee or even an excoriation on live television. This is this can only be blocked through our own actions. Now, this is particular meaning especially for a global audience that you have Alexandria ocasio-cortez saying go to Laguardia Airport because she actually represents I am I come on down.
  • This is where you jump in.
  • Well, first of all, I'd ask when it go to Kennedy just really the International Airport. That's the one that would be more applicable. I don't know what to say. She doesn't represent anything yet. Oh, no I cut that for you. Okay. Yeah. No, she's not elected then it needs so she doesn't represent anything but just a candidate was what Amy says Blame. He's convinced. She's already won. I think everybody Progressive alstott this yeah. Well just we'll see what meaning especially for a global audience that you have Alexandria ocasio-cortez saying go toward airport because she actually represent right? She's already won the election. I wish somebody would go run against or some Republican it just boiler, you know that because of the the way they did leggings, of course way. The election laws are written that he'll say probably stays on.
  • did you know that? Oh, yeah, they probably just stay on the ballot. So not that it means anything he still he still running. He says he's running against or as an independent. He could beat her maybe. I don't know. It doesn't shut hope she hope she wins. I would love to see her. I mean, I hope she loses cuz I think it would be funnier know. Well, well the show wins either way then.
  • Show wins on there all Circumstance. The thing that gets me there was some she said in there a number of things is just kind of oh, yeah. Well, I'll come she did when when Amy the great journalists Amy Goodman when Amy said that Trump called Mexicans animals. When as you point out, it was referring specifically to MS-13. We had why didn't you say we're going to lie to him away ms-13s out of El Salvador. It's not even a Mexican gang. That would be the Mexican Mafia or some other gangs. So he's not even calling Luc even remotely calling Mexicans animals. Those guys aren't for Mexico. Why didn't day OC being the great woman that she is stopping. At least let's talk about this and be honest about he never called Mexicans animals, and she should she should have said that but she didn't well it was a hagiography.
  • He he's interview. Yeah, it was very hazy very hazy now LaGuardia as an Airman. I know that LaGuardia Airport has a lot of problems. I think they call it the they call it the the aircraft carrier or something like that. There's I mean it was originally built where it is, which is not very advantageous in hindsight right on the water and that was for seaplanes and you know the back in the day there was a big c playing, you know, a lot of people using see planes and you could land on the water and then taxi right up to the to the tarmac and people could you know, it would be just a little Bridge you would have to get a boat and all that crazy stuff. So LaGuardia is often known for its water issues, you know particularly during storms.
  • So when what do you think is really causing everything, you know the problem with the war? Oh, yeah see development of LaGuardia Airport also goes to the issue of climate change. Absolutely. No, we have we have we already are experiencing a 2 foot sea level rise in our earliest appointment. That's a two-foot rise in Manhattan. I mean according to Claire Forlani cuz you got the fish Off The Runway, please look up I guess.
  • people put up with this. We already are experiencing a 2 foot sea level rise in our areas of near 14th, which directly border LaGuardia Airport. So we're already starting to see sometimes flights get delayed because so much water and very soon Listen to listen to the logic of what she say. We're already starting to see sometimes flights get delayed because so much water and very heavy storms is starting to kind of take over when the storm the water washes up onto the runway. It's been this way since Inception with runways this areas of LaGuardia Airport are experiencing and go and are going to be facing very extreme levels of sea level rises and we need to figure out
  • We need to figure out how we're going to either protect it report or how we're going to adjust basically our infrastructure to accommodate for that will tell you what her idea is in this interview, but in clip it she wants to get rid of LaGuardia Airport for low-cost housing.
  • I mean, that's what New York needs. The tri-state area needs one less Airport.
  • Oh brother having losses sane. Yeah. Well, no, she's she's she's young. She's uninformed doesn't have a life history yet, you know, it hasn't been around long enough really doesn't flat a New York much either and you know, maybe she's I don't know she won last airport. We don't need all these airports. Yeah housing housing. How how is how low income housing? Yeah, and then the final bias story. That just irks me.
  • Because it gets no coverage and I'm just going to say it probably is getting no coverage because fans of country music are probably Republicans fuckum MGM Resorts International just to get a more favorable judge out of the district has sued thousand victims from the Vegas shooting. Yeah, you know and it's it's a trick, you know, it's just a trick to get legal trick. Yeah to get a more favorable judge, but where is the outrage? Where's boycott Vegas man. Boycott MGM. I don't want to boycott Vegas with screw MGM. I mean that's and screw the M5 in for not even really reporting on it. They reported. Yeah, but not this isn't that somebody is Robert. This is an outrage. We still don't know what happened.
  • And there's all kinds of weird reports coverage. It's pathetic static.
  • Okay.
  • I have a couple different ways. I can go. I got a couple of clips that I can play you get one. I think our ten minute warning is already passed.
  • Yeah, I got I got two more. I may have to get out of here. Okay, I do like to the shore to shore I'll give you to Shorty's instead of a good to Shorty's and the rest of the we got to keep we got to keep up with Elon Musk and the pedal guy. Oh, yeah, great story was flexing his muscles. So they are some good. There is a single this has Elon Musk in hot water feelings about that cable in Rush fall out of the right word. You may remember the Six Million Dollar Man today. We saw a two billion Dollar Tree courtesy of Elon Musk. It was billions coming straight from the wallets of Tesla shareholders between was part of the back-and-forth argument between must going to British diver who helped rescue those wrap soccer players from the cave must offered up small submarines. You may remember one of his companies worked on to help for the subs were not used in that diver called must offer quote.
  • A PR stunt that's when must we did quote. Sorry pedo guy to his twenty two million followers pedo. It seems short for pedophile and accusation with no backing now. The diver is threatening to Sue and Tesla stock lost two billion dollars worth of market value after the Tweet came out. He does to them and I told you the short it and if if you had then you would have made some money went back up, but it definitely work just as hard too short right now. They're making stick. Yeah, I go to the long-term put anyway. The last one is a shut up slave moment for The Californians who who went to the trouble of getting all these signatures to get splitting up the state on the ballot, but no living down. I got in this country. The state supreme Court of California has blocked and November ballot measure to split the state into three parts supporters argue the state
  • Grown too big and too diverse to govern but the Court ruled that it needs more time to hear questions about the proposal validity the measure might still appear on some future ballot. All right, everybody keep talking to what you got and
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  • It's no wonder he leaves the Russians Summit with one balls and I feel although I think he still has a set of trump. Also was trying to come to put down and he did write on America's dick. Sorry. It's not funny. I think feel like they can't depend on America. They don't know what to expect them. This is the global political crisis Lisa Lehrer. Do you think it's that serious a global political crisis or do you think people are just kind of listening to the president? I'm thinking well, you know voice 15 minutes and see what is Ono Ono I think is the most local Christ totally agree.
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