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  • hey hey Pope don't worry about it
  • Adam curry Jhansi Dvorak this is your
  • agenda for your protection and all along
  • I thought it was for freshness gee just
  • for protection who knew you know ah yes
  • good morning to you sir in the morning
  • to you yes
  • hey you don't have to yell at me like
  • you're mad in the morning all ships at
  • sea yeah and the boots on the ground
  • well it was a show day on Sunday and of
  • course we had a shooting I think if it's
  • if three people died then it's
  • media they kind of came and went
  • what shooting you're referring to oh the
  • at the the Madden game oh yeah
  • he might have been on some kind of
  • he was a Trump hater so we just are not
  • hearing much about this anymore now are
  • we well it's that apparently the
  • got the last couple of primaries out of
  • the way we're heading to the midterms
  • finals way we're heading to the midterms
  • yes and November and we have to focus on
  • other things yes we can't be focusing on
  • what's killing our young people that
  • and since you've been you might Center
  • at Central mention you might as well
  • play my clip on the what's the name of
  • this clip it's a big farm I just picked
  • us off of the off the internet some guys
  • on one of the second podcast elaborate
  • podcast where they have these different
  • kinds of what you get aurilla lysing and
  • this is the I saw this media and drug
  • CBS every major media outlet in the
  • United States shares at least one board
  • member with at least one pharmaceutical
  • company let me put that into perspective
  • these board members wake up the go-to
  • meeting at Merck or Pfizer then they
  • have their driver take them over to
  • meeting with NBC to decide what kind of
  • and for those board members who aren't
  • still understand that they can't be mean
  • to big pharma because big pharma pays
  • their bills drug companies spend about
  • five billion dollars a year on
  • think we do a better job than whatever
  • you pick that up but the point is about
  • this last shooting you'll note yeah this
  • is one of the few times where that it
  • was actually brought into the
  • had been hospitalized
  • there's nothing about drugs I don't see
  • no as that happens they pulled up they
  • pull the story it's all over now isn't
  • it interesting that CBS gets it pass in
  • that in that little carefully they only
  • get a pass because they don't have a
  • board yeah yeah that's the only drug
  • company still well I was gonna pass for
  • the opposite way as we were talking
  • oh boy I'm really excited do you know
  • who's running for 2020 maybe possibly
  • well there's been a lot including Oprah
  • yeah no we know Oprah's not gonna do it
  • no no no our favorite petite man with
  • the big head let's talk about where
  • you've been standing a lot congressman
  • and that is in Iowa ten times over the
  • last year and a half is what has been
  • Iowa I was born there yeah you were born
  • there there you go people running for
  • it is yet well it's not corker it's not
  • done petite petite male yeah there's a
  • bunch of him do I mean I should just say
  • that I think of that guy were here at
  • Cal did the professor now this is small
  • well oh well he's only a congressman
  • from California has never done anything
  • he's deluded he's floating balloons are
  • you gonna run for president well I'm
  • gonna do all I can first to win my way
  • back to Congress I'm helping a lot of
  • three seats in Iowa where we have a two
  • of our candidates there the age of 40
  • and then after the midterms poppy I'm
  • gonna consider it but right now you know
  • I'm helping candidates who are stepping
  • up to protect our healthcare protect
  • I'm just inspired by so many new
  • inspire and leadership where are all
  • these leaders with leadership that's
  • know of is aoc she's she's rather
  • so not a denial you're thinking about
  • running for president why do you think
  • that you would be a your party's best
  • shot at the Oval Office and be the
  • single best person to leave this country
  • well poppy that this president has just
  • taken a wrecking ball to so many
  • to college and opportunity okay let's
  • just review that statement this
  • that know so many read him freedom
  • freedom freedom that gave my family
  • this country well poppy that this
  • to so many freedoms that help give me
  • the first-generation person in my family
  • to go to college an opportunity my I was
  • raised to believe that if you work hard
  • it means something and I think that
  • having experience and energy to give
  • in modern schools to make sure that we
  • green our grid and our infrastructure
  • that that is the path for and that's a
  • new one green the grid I like it I'd
  • like that green the grid the future for
  • our country is a page forward and I'm
  • gonna consider it but again right now
  • the last way to cut our time in hell in
  • half is to win Congress and we shouldn't
  • look beyond that he's got his talking
  • points so I like that you know there was
  • a guy I don't have it in front of me and
  • I probably should have printed it out
  • which is a editorial in the USA Today by
  • a professor at Pennsylvania who teaches
  • some screwball course and it is a
  • what it was but he goes on and on about
  • how we have to get we're in hell with
  • this president and we have to make a
  • deal with the devil with him we have to
  • offer him a pardon so we couldn't so he
  • can resign yes I'm like it's like what
  • yes this is this is still ongoing
  • Sunday show this is Kamala Harris and
  • yes indeed the the impeachment is on and
  • it's on in the context of the appointed
  • judge Cavanaugh who still has to go
  • through his confirmation hearing and I
  • think the reasoning behind what she's
  • about to say here is we can't even
  • Supreme Court because he would then be
  • judging or responsible for the ultimate
  • hearing I really need to speak to and
  • want to speak to what's happened in the
  • I believe that the future of our
  • believe the future of our timber sea is
  • very much in the balance democracy
  • aren't as a tape glitch our republic
  • it's like a tabletop it stands on four
  • legs and those legs are three
  • press that's new I didn't realize that
  • is that is that the way you're supposed
  • to see it not that I know of business
  • okay it's new verse three independent
  • free and independent press and as it
  • relates to the Cavanaugh nomination and
  • the hearings that are scheduled to
  • happen in just two weeks I would suggest
  • that an unindicted co-conspirator to a
  • crime should not be in the business of
  • having the ability to appoint someone to
  • a lifetime position on the highest court
  • in our land a court which invariably
  • would hear the matters very discussion
  • so that's what's happening right now and
  • I think it's imperative that everyone
  • pay attention to this moment and
  • which is it is it is going to be a
  • you know yes I'm convinced that if if
  • Robert Mueller I'm sorry Bob Mueller
  • where did the memo go out that
  • hey Bob hey Bob Mueller when even if Bob
  • Mueller were to say well that's it no
  • think they would give up of course not
  • come on this is part of the strategy I
  • was outlined in a newsletter two
  • crazy he must be on drugs can't be right
  • sold out opted yes sold out yes that
  • he's in it for himself yeah yeah so we
  • had the the flag controversy as well on
  • the Sunday you notice that never was
  • there any admission that the president
  • himself told the anyone to lower the
  • flag do we actually know what happened
  • the former king all we know is that
  • Trump's a jerk grah hello so we know I
  • do if there's some interesting McCain
  • flubs what's your job does that be nice
  • little thing well it's I mean it's I
  • don't wanna be danced on the guy's grave
  • and I'm not really already did that die
  • I was not dancing on his grave you know
  • someone gave me a lot of crap for that
  • he's bad karma bad karma
  • bad karma I'm playing a different
  • opinion at Karma to begin sending him
  • off and so many accolades he doesn't
  • deserve how about that for bad karma
  • what I'd like to know is how many
  • funeral not even seen any lined up yet
  • like what did they keep Sarah Palin from
  • coming I thought that yes yes so think
  • the president is uninvited yeah I mean
  • when you when you're going down and
  • you're at the end really I don't know
  • man I think I'd be like they have Leo
  • Laporte come to the funeral what the
  • hell come to the funeral what the
  • I think exactly
  • here's Diane Feinstein talking about the
  • he could have very sobering house
  • Donald McCain was there and he was there
  • with heart I love diamonds
  • Donald McCain okay sounds like yeah I
  • thought that was right no that's pretty
  • bad no one corrects her she just keeps
  • on going play that again it's so good
  • next one is even better he could have
  • very sobering house outbursts but when
  • the chips were down
  • Donald McCain was there and he was there
  • with heart and muscle she's gotta be
  • thinking Donald Trump about something no
  • I think she might have been thinking
  • about Donald Magan because he was also
  • in the news the Trump's I guess the
  • White House lawyer resigned or his
  • knows what Diane's thinking but more
  • we begin today's show looking back at
  • the life and legacy of John McCain okay
  • now we know who it is
  • yeah but man Amy Amy this flub is pretty
  • she corrects it though self-correcting
  • flow we begin today's show looking back
  • at the life and legacy of John McCain
  • the sixth term senator and two-time
  • at the age of 81 of breast cancer at his
  • home in Arizona Hey look breast cancer
  • is no laughing matter but we think
  • breast cancer when he had brain cancer
  • is like and it's generally a female law
  • men do get it but it's rare yeah but
  • just be thinking that I think it's kind
  • of if you listen if you listen carefully
  • you can hear the control-room yelling in
  • her ear died Saturday at the age of 81
  • of breast cancer at his home in Arizona
  • of brain poor Judy she must he must feel
  • bad about that one Amy Amy yeah I flub
  • flub that man there we go that's how it
  • works laugh loved on the flub that's
  • all right got you bro just you know we
  • were talking about Southwest there's
  • their flights have been messed up and
  • you noticed it and I got a note from
  • Jeffrey Twohig they're in New Mexico and
  • his fiance's daughter Rebecca came to
  • visit know his fiancee is Rebecca her
  • daughter came to visit and her flight on
  • she found out Southwest is systematic
  • pulling planes for complete check over
  • and maintenance this is because of the
  • the engine that flew apart oh yeah so
  • they have to you know I guess they're
  • pretty tight with with their planes but
  • they got a check them all so that's
  • what's happening but there it makes it
  • it's making profits problematic for the
  • it's gonna go on for about a year then
  • it could go on for a while yeah I think
  • so huh well you heard it here first
  • yes does make sense we had a big big
  • event the president did a a deal with
  • Mexico it's not quite signed yet but
  • yeah an interesting thing or he called
  • the the incoming Mexican president
  • with you know this is not gonna mean
  • much to anybody else but I look at Trump
  • and sometimes I see Ron bloom do you
  • there's a little that there's definitely
  • some of that in there and it's and it's
  • this case this kind of thing that really
  • reminds me I mean I was like well let's
  • just do this we'll just get him on the
  • but it took Wow at least two minutes to
  • get everything hooked up on the
  • to make fun of well you can't even
  • handle the speakerphone no okay so I
  • have the Guardian they of course needed
  • to have this front and center
  • forget about what what this potential
  • trade deal may be wow what an idiot he
  • can't even you can't even operate the
  • phone so they they put up the video and
  • they put music under it and they edit it
  • to show that he's a buffoon - big day
  • for a big day for our country a lot of
  • people this is the Guardian this is
  • their editorializing I believe the
  • [Music] is on the phone and wreak a
  • yeah you can hook him up this moment
  • hello that will be handy that just keeps
  • on going and then oh my goodness he said
  • he said he hopes Canada joins oh another
  • slap in Trump's face meanwhile our trade
  • with Mexico in the United States is wide
  • five six hundred billion dollars a year
  • it's not insignificant yeah it's a lot
  • and the New York Times be like oh he
  • lied again he lied he said this will to
  • be the biggest deal no no no no no
  • if TPP had gone through that would have
  • been a bigger deal that's all they had
  • to say about it I mean I haven't seen
  • any analysis of what of yeah but some
  • with it is slapping around actually CBC
  • did more than I could find on in US
  • media that can the Naviance who will
  • Trade Agreement and what do we do with
  • 50 60 billion Canada provides about half
  • of our oil they're much bigger
  • bigger than Mexico oh yeah really well I
  • can go look it up I don't this just off
  • the top my head but because there are
  • likes to talk about today what I've got
  • is export 282 billion import 299 billion
  • that's interesting I can't find it as
  • fast as I did the other one well it
  • seems like Mexico may be bigger maybe
  • I'm wrong maybe I don't know no maybe
  • I'm wrong could be no Mexico being
  • bigger would be your being right yes who
  • knows anyway we don't know anything
  • really flubbing a lot because of that
  • flop stuff this was just if you under
  • pointed out the Karma and then the flubs
  • I think this show is gonna be good this
  • is gonna be the flub show okay we'll see
  • how it rolls you know and you'll know
  • why I really I really don't know what
  • this is anyway here's a continue here's
  • what role room should be on this already
  • here's here's what the Canadian news
  • says moments after he made that
  • Mexican President onto the phone and
  • Rica Pena Nieto says the goal is to
  • bring Canada into the deal as soon as
  • in the air cbc 7 dyer joins us from
  • Ottawa and Mexico's president mentioned
  • in Canada as many times as possible it
  • seemed their oven yes that's right you
  • know this appears to have been an effort
  • by the Mexicans to make it clear that
  • they're not throwing Canada under the
  • bus you know the Mexicans of course went
  • into this bilateral round of
  • they were going to sort out some
  • and the United States issues that didn't
  • really involve Canada it wasn't supposed
  • to lead to a new bilateral NAFTA that
  • would exclude Canada it wasn't supposed
  • to lead to the abrogation of NAFTA and
  • its replacement with a new bilateral
  • trade deal called the United States
  • Mexico trade agreement but that is
  • clearly the way that President Trump is
  • the impression that he doesn't really
  • care very much where the candidate is
  • invited to join it's always open but the
  • Canada would have to clearly in his mind
  • accept some pretty significant
  • easiest thing we could do as he put it
  • to slap car tariffs on Canada so you
  • know rather an unexpected outcome if you
  • look back at his campaign and all of his
  • giving the impression that Mexico was
  • the biggest problem that Mexico was the
  • country that was primarily ripping off
  • as he likes to say the United States and
  • this of course is how this this whole
  • during the campaign but here we are two
  • years later and it things have swung
  • around to the point where he's happily
  • his friends the outgoing and incoming
  • Mexican president when we can't say
  • enough good things and yet Canada is
  • frozen out and it appears that the clock
  • is now ticking he has essentially pulled
  • the plug after the 90 days begins to
  • tick away the consultations on the new
  • as soon as something is signed it will
  • go before the Congress with an effort to
  • get it out before December 1st which is
  • when the new Mexican president is
  • Canada this is clearly a very extreme
  • pressure tactic this is a I would not be
  • that rude about your clips
  • he's been boring is what he is he's been
  • banned I like what the president is
  • doing cuz I like the sales the sales
  • talking points you know the sales job
  • and which I think he's done pretty
  • and deficits to the people and try to
  • explain how we're being ripped off and I
  • think that works I think a lot of people
  • go yeah didn't ripped off I'm trying
  • still trying to get these numbers but I
  • found this when you know you want to use
  • Google sometimes you get these little
  • so here's when I we had a question for
  • you real quick right as part of this
  • what is Mexico's largest export drugs
  • no no piñatas no no turns out to be
  • crude oil which i think is pretty much
  • wood so they bring a lot of crude oil in
  • that's a lot sure the food oil exports
  • the Canadians have similar so we get
  • most of our oil from Canada and make
  • Mexico mmm well IRA meanwhile we bitch
  • about the Middle East constantly I tell
  • you what's gonna happen I know exactly
  • how this is gonna go we're gonna get
  • some kind of deal and there will be a
  • I think it's important he does Mexico
  • first so that he can say I look so we
  • now have an extra forty billion that I
  • went out and got for everybody half of
  • that he's how Mexico's paying for the
  • wall guarantee you he could do that
  • that's what he's gonna do wouldn't
  • another real reason that you wanna do
  • Mexico first because they're both
  • United States you know you can play him
  • out against each other yeah which is
  • place that would be my guess I will say
  • you know we had a just about some of the
  • things that Trump has done as instigated
  • the tax cuts and we had a conversation
  • when this took place months ago about
  • what would it do to charitable giving
  • that there was worry in the nonprofit
  • sector that you know people wouldn't be
  • giving as much money anymore I certainly
  • if you know this caps on what you
  • conduct from income taxes etc and I have
  • a report okay and I forgot to mention
  • this on the last show getting back from
  • Chicago you know Tina was there with the
  • Ronald McDonald House annual conference
  • houses right major a charity right they
  • which is uh I think they're in
  • because of the tax breaks we're giving a
  • hundred million dollars to the Ronald
  • well the corporate guys yet because
  • they're gonna get a huge benefit and
  • their texts are different the problem
  • with the or the argument was that the
  • public which has got that it's
  • sorry their Pharma the public is capped
  • when the corporation's aren't
  • and if you start to really think about
  • it it's usually those monster donations
  • that really could make a huge difference
  • it might make a difference to the
  • smaller little social but I can see I
  • can say yeah exactly I can tell you that
  • for any large nonprofit it's really the
  • brunt of the work I think yeah yeah it's
  • a different yeah it's different model
  • anyway that was nice yeah I guess yeah
  • it was there was I didn't see any
  • there's any news articles on that I'm so
  • tired of the news it does you turn on
  • local news it's all it's all the same
  • yeah you really have to dig to get
  • because I got something most shallow
  • stories although entertaining yes well
  • that is part of what we do some of the
  • most shallow stories I mean we did have
  • the only thing that kind of came out
  • let's get back to the upcoming primaries
  • is the monkey story yeah I I have a
  • heavy original clip if that'll actually
  • you have the original clip incorporated
  • and it kind of edited okay I have a
  • decent background the only reason I say
  • that is because I felt after I'd read
  • all the headlines like oh my goodness
  • that when I really heard his whole clip
  • in context it's such bullshit oh it's
  • total bullcrap but but yeah play the
  • whole clip and then I'll play you you'll
  • hear it again with this clip okay so
  • this is Ron de santis and he's talking
  • about is it Gilliam who is now who is
  • the Democratic rep he'll he'll be
  • running for governor right yeah he was
  • context it is important to understand
  • well look I mean this is the Florida
  • know this is a guy who although he's
  • much too too liberal for Florida I think
  • he's got huge problems with how he's
  • views and he's a charismatic candidate
  • and you know I watched those Democrat
  • debates none of that it was my cup of
  • tea but I mean he performed better than
  • the other people there so so we've got
  • to work hard to make sure that we
  • we've had on governor Scott the last
  • thing we need to do is to monkey this up
  • by trying to embrace a socialist agenda
  • with huge tax increases and bankrupting
  • the state that is not going to work
  • that's not going to be good for Florida
  • so of course immediately the headlines
  • came out saying oh he said articulate
  • and he said monkeying up and you've got
  • to be a racist prick if you receive
  • those words and immediately translated
  • into racism what how was your brain
  • the dimension B brain I mean I mean what
  • he clearly would have wanted to say is F
  • it up because that's what the term is
  • mess it up F it up and somehow monkey
  • came out must be racist oh my goodness
  • I mean people really believe this any
  • weird thing is they've also transposed
  • it to monkey business
  • they did that on PBS I've heard that
  • done a number of times they said
  • monkey business is a dog whistle yeah
  • maybe you say monkey business is a dog
  • whistle too for racist racist racist
  • yeah all right the way they handle this
  • on PBS when they do the rundown I
  • thought because the way they told the
  • story to begin with I thought they were
  • CBS picked this up as a story
  • oh geez how you're reflecting my
  • go on in that direction because that's
  • really kind of a CNN MSNBC take on
  • things but no no they not only went
  • there but they they worsened it and they
  • added a third element so at least I know
  • sooner though that we did we see these
  • that's right that's for the Senate for
  • win a much coveted prize for him this
  • primary win in Florida this morning he
  • goes on Fox News talking about now the
  • race against mr. Gillam and he says
  • views and he's a charismatic candidate
  • the last thing we need to do is to
  • monkey this up by trying to embrace a
  • and bankrupting the state not minutes
  • later but seconds later of course many
  • people on Twitter pointing out that
  • those are words monkeying around that
  • are offensive to many African Americans
  • and have long been used as race baiting
  • terms and also the term articulate to
  • describe a minority is something that is
  • seen as not being as post-racial the
  • last time we had someone was accused of
  • that you know that was Chuck Schumer
  • about Obama yeah but she said she
  • changed the word monkey monkey it up to
  • I never said monkeying around nope
  • race baiting terms and also the term
  • did she say not seen as something not
  • being as post-racial it's not being seen
  • as post-racial I guess what's
  • these things that we you and I and much
  • of our audience don't seem to understand
  • which is because of Obama and because of
  • the way what's taught in college today
  • that post-racial doesn't mean there's no
  • racism to no races it means that you
  • should be I did my interpretation so
  • yeah everything you do should be
  • have to be sweet clean clean squeaky
  • clean have to be really cautious so you
  • can't say monkey it up or she takes it
  • and monkeying around yeah which he
  • didn't say which will make the note of
  • that and then the thing the other thing
  • which would she pointed out and you
  • which is this saying the guy's
  • that's fine yeah but if you say a black
  • guy's articulate that's racism God now
  • this to me is like a very
  • I don't understand how the black
  • as incredibly insulting so a black
  • person cannot be articulate that's what
  • I'm saying these the people who come up
  • with this are racist they're the ones
  • well did you desert the plane oh no no
  • no I'm sorry not even halfway through it
  • I'm already tripping scene as not being
  • as post-racial so we talked to the
  • making the wrong decision on policies
  • and the policies that Gilliam espouses
  • but Judy I think this is resonating
  • today and for Republicans to have race
  • be an issue right out of the gate is not
  • just a problem overall in terms of
  • we know in 2016 but we also know that
  • that was a year that we saw large sharp
  • if you see an african-american at the
  • top of the ballot especially when
  • there's concern about minority issues if
  • out their voters and and meantime on the
  • on the other side Kyle the president did
  • has endorsed DeSantis he did it
  • some time ago today he's weighing in
  • already criticizing Gilliam with a tweet
  • and I'm quoting he said not only did
  • the Republican primary but his opponent
  • in November is his biggest dream a
  • failed socialist mayor named Andrew
  • Gilliam who's allowed crime and many
  • other problems to flourish in his city
  • this is not what Florida wants or needs
  • now this is of course being a racist
  • racist nothing but sensitive support
  • this guy who's obviously a racist
  • because he used the word race monkey it
  • up efforts are phrased and he also said
  • that he also complimented the guys being
  • have to get all these things straight
  • and now and now there's a third guy
  • sitting there who's like to just kind of
  • sit down analyst and he's listening to
  • this whole thing and he I think and he's
  • Bob is a classic modern PBS newshour
  • you know lefty and he's sitting there
  • and I know what he's doing he's thinking
  • well geez I get it they're gonna draw it
  • to me in a minute I gotta come up with
  • bit I gotta earn my Spurs I'm gonna have
  • and he's thinking I'm gonna top this hmm
  • or at least put some icing on this cake
  • or some lipstick on the pig yeah I think
  • that you you mean you may see Trump sort
  • of echoing kind of a sort of a racially
  • charged statement talking about crime in
  • Canada I will say there is sort of an X
  • Factor in this race and that is that
  • Gilliam is the mayor it's not clear as
  • to whether Gilliam would be involved in
  • that but that is sort of a cloud hanging
  • over his campaign and I think a reason
  • why some Democrats were sort of hesitant
  • to support him in this campaign but to
  • be fair we should say he says he's not
  • well it was very beginning of that he
  • pointed out which is which is icing on
  • that by Trump calling this guy out for
  • running a crappy City Tallahassee bets
  • any time you used crime-ridden in
  • racist because me here like uh I think
  • that you you mean you may see Trump sort
  • of echoing kind of a sort of a racially
  • charged statement talking about crime in
  • Canada I will say there is sort of an
  • x-factor in this race and that is that's
  • corrupt operation totally corrupt in its
  • crime ridden town and you're black you
  • can't be called out for it
  • wow what a pass you get this is
  • is we're not catching all of these
  • our producers sent me a note it was very
  • saying this is crazy and you need to
  • have an ID to go shopping we why
  • an ID you need an ID a remember that
  • yeah well if we follow the logic of
  • voter ID demanding requiring someone to
  • have ID for something as simple as being
  • on social media is in fact racist
  • because black people don't have IDs as
  • reports of course the black community
  • whores all the black say what are we
  • stupid we have IDs of course but that's
  • the kind of just again just to me this
  • is all subtle insults black people are
  • too stupid to have IDs yeah they're too
  • stood they well how could you call
  • he's obviously not articulate he's a
  • black person unbelievable and everyone
  • thinks this is fine including the black
  • this conversation Roenick Dvorak this
  • and so that would not be happening you
  • can't even talk about this anymore
  • no and especially in this context in the
  • context of sheer insanity yes well they
  • were all everybody was all in on Trump
  • being a racist once again this is the
  • up Trump rotation calm as that came
  • context I think two things but really
  • that I guess Don Lemon said something
  • maybe the president responded to that
  • theory is and by the way CNN is they've
  • taken it as the format the big head in
  • the middle that's now their format the
  • one with if I thought at first was just
  • a Cuomo kid when they feel worse than
  • that House white I was flipping around
  • and when this than one of the systems
  • and I got CNN and Cuomo show ya on the
  • Regular Show his head is like taking up
  • it's just head is just a giant head flip
  • to the channel it makes you jump back
  • it's like I don't want to see a head a
  • giant head there's no it just cuts like
  • the neck to the top of the head but
  • giant had a floating head while Don
  • lemons head was floating when this went
  • down but because it is the counterpart
  • to the conversation about how President
  • Trump dealt with that particular moment
  • in American history says it right in the
  • name auntie feh anti-fascism which is
  • what they were they're fighting listen
  • there's you know no organization is
  • perfect there was some violence no one
  • and for these neo-nazis to be there one
  • racist fascists the other group fighting
  • racist fashions there is it a bit
  • fascist there's a distinction there
  • thank you both I appreciate it
  • so it's okay as long as you're fighting
  • Hitler then it's okay you can do
  • through this we know that it's okay but
  • this sparked off lots of conversation
  • because I mean on Tifa that's not a
  • black group is it yeah it is
  • ya Yin cept with all these posts showing
  • all the members of NT funded you'll see
  • a black face in them not a single one
  • when you see him out on the street
  • well most of the antifa people I've seen
  • including most of the antifa people I've seen
  • oh I'm sure I'm thinking black lives
  • well so then there was this conversation
  • about so Trump was yeah of course he's
  • Don Lemon comment sparked some
  • because CNN analyst Jeffrey Toobin he's
  • off t he's off the rails I'd say let's
  • be clear also about what's going on here
  • the theme here is I'm Donald Donald
  • Trump and I'll protect you from the
  • scary black people is widely perceived
  • it that's why everybody voted scary
  • black people I'm gonna vote for Donald
  • Trump geez really insult is I'm Donny
  • Donald Trump and I'll protect you from
  • the scary black people antifa is widely
  • the same story of LeBron James and Don
  • Lemon and Maxine Waters and the NFL
  • players and the UCLA basketball players
  • this is about black versus white this is
  • about Donald Trump's appeal to racism
  • and it just happens all the time and we
  • never say it we don't say it enough for
  • what it is but that's what's going on
  • well what do you think Ron well look
  • IIIi don't just play that more broadly I
  • mean I think you know Trump basically
  • has portrayed himself from the beginning
  • as kind of the last line of defense for
  • his supporters against all the forces
  • that he suggests are trying to take
  • America away from them and sometimes it
  • is coastal elites like his attack on
  • Google this morning and sometimes often
  • it is minority leaders would like the
  • all the attacks that Jeffrey mentioned
  • the key though is and what and what he
  • said to the evangelical leaders really
  • fits into this I think is that he is
  • wartime president for red America only
  • the war is largely against blue America
  • I mean we've had presidents who've been
  • accused of sliding voters outside of
  • their base before Trump I think really
  • is the first one who actively kind of
  • tries to demonize the voters and the
  • candid parts of the country outside of
  • space as a way of consolidating and
  • is essential it is integral to his
  • entire strategy and I heard the price on
  • that is it puts enormous pressure on the
  • less partisan piece of the Republican
  • Heights and that is where they face the
  • voters who are talking about before in
  • the last segment who kind of look at
  • what's happening and say this is just
  • too much chaos for me I want some more
  • checks and balance what it's about and
  • you know yours is a very sophisticated
  • and well I'm insulted now how about
  • those ugly yellow people Toobin how
  • about the stupid red people you only
  • black and brown come on the president's
  • more racist than that I'm thinking it's
  • just black people and brown people yeah
  • I think that's what it's about and you
  • know yours is a very sophisticated
  • as it could be and let's not forget
  • Donald Trump is became a politician by
  • making up a racist lie about the first
  • it's not all of it because the media
  • streets of his party losers beats me
  • that's bad that's really bad president
  • just hates black and brown people simple
  • huh very obvious why would you think any
  • sure millions sad well I don't know me
  • well except for the people that promote
  • these clips you the people who aren't
  • watching home-and-garden TV watch CNN we
  • all know this I think yeah home and
  • garden TV is a humiliation to these
  • notice that people out there people home
  • and garden TV is a huge money-making
  • network and it totally annihilate CNN's
  • yeah everybody else yeah
  • well you heard other watch that well who
  • wants to watch these guys every time I
  • turn on CNS it's just there they have no
  • balance whatsoever no it's just how much
  • more can I hate now I'm not gonna say
  • just trumpets like you said that Trump
  • is a big part of it but no how much more
  • can i hate all Republicans yeah and
  • is the worst of course mm-hmm but how
  • much more can I hate on these people so
  • you have to mark it yeah
  • and that would they got to the punch or
  • I hate whites - yeah well you are white
  • bill hate whites - yeah well you are white
  • yeah I'm white but I hate that I'm white
  • I wish I wasn't white have you seen the
  • the hashtag verified hate on Twitter
  • should look at that I have looked at the
  • guy and I people should look at that I
  • has done a lot of research and he goes
  • back years I don't know where he's
  • getting some of these things he's mainly
  • verified by Twitter yeah he thought he's
  • found all the verified because I'm gonna
  • go off on this one he's found probably a
  • hundreds of thousands of hate tweets but
  • they're mostly whites suck why should I
  • care we should kill white killed whites
  • kill whitey white he'll Trump there's a
  • lot of kill Trump in there to kill Trump
  • kill whitey kill this kill that and the
  • thing that gets me cuz he's got this
  • again it's a bit it's a whole I'm
  • you got to understand that they don't
  • have algos they rely on people reporting
  • and people don't report these tweets of
  • course so that's why Twitter's now he's
  • finding him well here's what gets me
  • about it I have seen verified check
  • marks on people with 35u followers yeah
  • the name is ty or you know eat dog or
  • heard of I don't know what the rappers
  • or or anybody that's verified they hate
  • curry that one of the original V J's at
  • MTV very famous person I'm a bot
  • I'm not real and you're not verified but
  • when you go to the verify hate site and
  • so I start looking at the people that
  • are pushing these these hate tweets
  • mostly hate whitey tweets even be honest
  • there's a bunch of flakes I've never
  • heard it half of these people and they
  • all have a verified checkmark
  • yeah maybe I'm doing it wrong maybe I
  • should tweet something hateful about
  • maybe I'll get verified being white does
  • anybody really think that this is a way
  • to get out you have to remember that
  • over 70% of the population of the United
  • States considers themselves white many
  • of them are Jewish many of them are
  • consider themselves white so what is the
  • get in office oh man what is the benefit
  • to the news media to alienate 70% of the
  • United States by hating on whitey well
  • first of all I disagree with the benefit
  • I think you're wrong I think that there
  • is a large percentage of the 70% that
  • there are people that have actually
  • watched John a lot a lot problem I'm the
  • pools they're idiots I mean their
  • so I'm so Jays fiancé he is taking a
  • they teach that interesting yes and I
  • note of the book he shows me the book
  • it's all a Marxist tome some are all set
  • and then they tell me he says apparently
  • in all these colleges I don't know it's
  • true of the University of California I
  • don't think you need to do this but all
  • these major colleges are minor I'm sorry
  • minor colleges little colleges all have
  • a requirement for a social justice class
  • that you must take well that's how we
  • know this is because that's what the big
  • taking social justice and it's a like
  • it's like these students can't say
  • of talk amongst themselves after class
  • they shake their heads if it's are very
  • unhappy with it with the course with
  • these courses or because they're not
  • I'm talking out they are they're
  • learning bad things well they're they're
  • learning I don't know what don't say bad
  • as opposed to nut low it learning
  • peculiar well they're learning about the
  • that has messed everything up and made
  • America a horrible place that's what I
  • read in the course books
  • and colonialism I think is how they
  • old fat you mean this is like stuff that
  • would have been taught in the 30s it's
  • easy to I think they're making a mistake
  • yes there is a recent poll in fact I
  • think it was kind of it implies this let
  • me just play these two clips and I'll
  • get back to my point okay some polling
  • results back to my point okay some polling
  • cBS college women when i lost my mouse
  • an anthony savant oh is our director of
  • today with a batch of new poll numbers
  • from the CBS News battleground tracker
  • so Anthony what has changed this summer
  • the Democrats have moved into a stronger
  • them earlier this summer getting just
  • over that magic number of 218 that's the
  • number of seats you need to take the
  • house here we have them inching up to
  • 222 but I need to caution here there's a
  • margin of error around that like there
  • is with any poll on this estimate and
  • that margin of error still has a range
  • where the Republicans could still hold
  • the house there are scenarios where that
  • to emphasize is within that estimate all
  • these districts are very close and we're
  • looking at very small swings among these
  • voters just a few more Republican women
  • who are a little bit hesitant sounds
  • like we need to advertise more towards
  • their women to say that they're gonna
  • back the Republican candidate a lot of
  • haven't voted before and so there's a
  • lot of moving parts still here
  • you mentioned women as a voting bloc
  • they don't all go in the same direction
  • but you are starting to see a real shift
  • in how women are voting this election
  • yeah one of the biggest breaks is if you
  • look at the college non-college
  • in the last presidential election and in
  • these districts it's really important
  • degrees here and they also tell us that
  • they're more likely to say their vote is
  • as you heard in your panel a vote
  • to say they're voting in support of the
  • college graduate women in them so by
  • on isn't this just the mainstream again
  • trying to get people to do political
  • it's just not saying much
  • that's always an element but they can't
  • do that in with vapid reporting that
  • doesn't have any substance whatsoever oh
  • well I could be wrong about that but in
  • this case I think they're right they had
  • a couple of points in here you have to
  • read between the lines one was the
  • they say people who've never voted
  • before so we're talking about young
  • on the side of the Democrats because
  • they're the ones coming out of these
  • courses in these college you know yeah
  • uh-huh in these college you know yeah
  • he's - ready Joe good to go they've
  • crammed and they have their place in
  • least out of the chute yeah and if you
  • know the baby boomers and more
  • get out of school get to get your degree
  • kick you out boom you can't get a job
  • cuz you're an idiot but go on get out
  • there and that's what they're doing in
  • these colleges and that you can name the
  • schools ever almost every not the big
  • say yes well I think the big
  • calling gotten into a discussion about
  • this oh well another bit cuz I'm you
  • know from a big University I'm the type
  • to grab out a big universities I don't
  • do that crap although they do and he
  • right it's dumb we fire Yale is the best
  • example he points out me because they're
  • they're the ones who kicked these people
  • out for using the word master yeah you
  • can't have a master class anymore
  • because that's that's not a post-racial
  • way to look at things
  • oh good use and you end up with a bunch
  • and that's what's all that's going on
  • it's it's a Democrat mill they've
  • created this system and these a lot of
  • these kids and I'd say many of them snap
  • after a decade and they started looking
  • at the facts and they said whether it
  • I've been lied to this whole time and by
  • the way this is like a smoker you know
  • when smokers you know self smoke and
  • they become outcome yeah douche bags
  • nuts tell me about it what they're gonna
  • end up with is a population of
  • turn conservative or republican or
  • they're never going to relinquish their
  • they created with these lies that we try
  • to uncover mmm dictated this this hoard
  • of Democrat students coming out of
  • college that's just gonna vote Democrat
  • because it's the only way to go and I
  • went to see my voodoo doctor doctor Ron
  • for my applied kinesiology yeah and I
  • loved doing that and you know it's like
  • pushing down to my hand yeah you need
  • this this is good this is not so good
  • and do the little acupuncture
  • the patient load like these days you
  • know what do you get me I'm seen a lot
  • of stress should really see a lustrous a
  • lot of adrenal issues which is you know
  • directly related to the amygdala is yeah
  • people have a lot of adrenal issues tons
  • of stress more than normal then I'd I
  • this you get really bad illnesses when
  • people are this frustrated your body
  • will start to eat itself sometimes we
  • call it cancer it's very unhealthy well
  • there's more than a few al ailments that
  • fall into the category your body turning
  • on itself yeah I'm just not one we all
  • because I think this is a creation it's
  • and it's all to just feed the Democrat
  • Party need for votes because they can't
  • get votes on the issues they can't get
  • votes on the issues they can get votes
  • by calling people racists or idiots or
  • want to do it's like damn cheeto head
  • and then which is a hateful way of doing
  • things they're in trouble yeah and if I
  • will bring this up this is an obscurity
  • but I'm not unsubscribing to the idea
  • which is what talk-show host Rush
  • is is that what's gonna happen in his
  • expects because the Republican base is
  • getting so annoyed with the coverage
  • that they're gonna come out in droves
  • it may be right generally speaking the
  • just stay home because then we got a guy
  • in when is the last time that a party
  • had the three branches and kept it
  • during the midterms that's nice there's
  • no time I remember maybe one things rare
  • once during Clinton maybe once during
  • Reagan but yes it was very rare but in
  • this case his theory is is that is this
  • is all back farm which is kind of my
  • thesis I'm sorry three branches and the
  • press I should have said what am I
  • this hate Trump agenda in the election
  • that got him elected and now they're
  • anyway so that's where we're what's the
  • what's the second clip you have on this
  • this is good follow-up yet play it this
  • Anthony talks about this you expect
  • about 30 seats to be lost for the
  • support a local candidate candidate
  • could if he can do that and get out to
  • all those states he wants to get to
  • those last 30 days that changes this
  • from a referendum which normally is on
  • the president's policies and his
  • saying that we fear open borders we have
  • a strong economy you have to keep be
  • effect and that's been the challenge
  • unless it brings up a really good point
  • about who's more motivated to vote in
  • this election and we've been seeing in
  • all these special elections for the
  • House Democrats have been outperforming
  • their traditional vote percentage they
  • have been turning out at a higher
  • the last special election in Ohio where
  • you have a great combination this is
  • around the Columbus suburbs and the more
  • rural parts of of Ohio in the Columbus
  • suburbs where you're gonna see a lot of
  • these voters like we saw here in
  • about 60% of their 2016 average okay so
  • they were turning out at a very high
  • rate for aspect are we gonna go through
  • this again where it's all going to be
  • 95% blue wave certainty out I mean when
  • when will it stop branch election in the
  • very Trump rural parts of the district
  • and campaigned the vice president went
  • into this campaign this district and
  • so there is also a limit and I think
  • there was one voter in there I can't