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  • Look at this Mars. Adam Curry Jhansi devora
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  • this is your award winning one nation media assassination Episode 1200 91 This is no agenda 1,000% Max and broadcasting live from opportunities here in the frontier of Austin, Texas capital of the drone Star State. Morning everybody. I'm Adam curry and from Northern Silicon Valley where their poles tell us that no agenda shows meeting in Pennsylvania I'm Jesse tomorrow man did you see that? Did you see the crowds in Pennsylvania? Yeah, holy crap. Yeah, got married not wearing masks not social. Well, no, of course
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  • not. I mean, wait, wait wait, I did I have that that wasn't this article is reading this.
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  • Gosh, somewhere there was it was like a mainstream article. Oh, here it is. No. Stanford study. Links Trump rallies to 700 COVID deaths. Yeah, baby. He's killing his voters. He can never win this way.
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  • Yeah, you can't kill your people off
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  • It's unbelievable.
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  • Well if you want to well we you want to we have this is our I want to announce that this is our Election Day special.
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  • Oh, this is correct. We have special producer ships even for this episode. Yes. And we can push off the discussion of that and do a little COVID wrap.
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  • Yeah, I need to do a little COVID wrap
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  • local COVID people keep people going Yeah, uh I have a tendency to
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  • start with a local story local stalking
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  • locals do this locals local becomes global and local is global. And not exactly locals El Paso so it's Texas local. You recall that El Paso has a curfew two week curfew everyone stay home we've got cases on the rise. What's going on? How can it be what's up? We got the hospitals are overflowing. Oh my goodness. What are we gonna do? Well, isn't that interesting? As hold on? Yes, I'm leading. If you play your clip, then the way you lead into it. You're gonna have to play my clip the COVID Texas mess.
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  • This is perfect. I love it when two clips come together
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  • in Texas. Paso County has ordered it I'm sorry. Does it
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  • need setup? No, I'm just gonna say it's our friend Amy.
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  • Well, gee, I couldn't tell from the voice and
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  • Paso County has ordered a two week lockdown in central businesses as a surge of COVID. has left medical workers overwhelmed by those nearing capacity. Meanwhile, the Washington Post reports over 40,000 residents have died of COVID-19 and nursing homes that were given a clean bill of health by the Trump administration. The post found the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services clear nearly eight out of 10 nursing homes have any infection control violations, even homes with mountain coronavirus outbreaks before or during the inspection.
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  • Yes, the surge. Oh my goodness, lock down what could be going
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  • on a couple of things. She made it sound as though 40,000 people just died on nursing homes. Thanks to Trump. That's very much the way it sounds. The other one was, aren't all hospitals supposed to be nearing capacity? Because that's kind of their business model. Yeah. It's like It's like airlines, they want as many of the seats filled as possible. And it's completely dynamic. And also when they say well, in this case, you didn't say ICU but there's somewhere between six and 10% of all ICU beds are reserved for covid now or ICU units. So it's all disingenuous it's half the information it's half the information will be since we played that we might as well play the rest of her well wait, can I stick with Texas? No, we're gonna go back to Texas I'm gonna say this because I want to get these out of it because I want to make sure we're all in a fearful mood.
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  • Want you to be very afraid? Yes.
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  • Okay. So this is the curve. This is she's that Texas party just did was a follow up to this which was if you didn't know it, this is the worst it's ever been.
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  • The United States confirmed nearly 90,000 new cases. virus Thursday the worst total of the US epidemic so far
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  • with Wow.
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  • Wow, she's she's equating cases to a toll as in a death toll nice y'all. You notice that yes, the word
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  • For Whom the Bell Tolls Amy worse toll of the US epidemic so far, with an average of one new infection every second of the day. 43 states are seeing cases rise with 17 states breaking records for hospitalizations, and eight states reporting record daily cases. This is Dr. Ashish Jha, Dean Brown University School of Public Health.
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  • Well, things are very, very bad in the States right now. We are having some of the largest outbreaks that we've had the entire pandemic. And 910 months into this pandemic, we are still largely not quite prepared. Right. Okay. So even before I can go into into Texas, I would like to say that we had a little viral moment. Tom Woods from the Tom Woods show. He and I have a we do a little bit from time to time and we share information. He's been all over the Boga tivity, of certainly of testing, his most recent episode in the Tom Woods show is about PCR processing. And so I gave him the this week in virology clip from our show, and which he tweeted, now he has I think he's got 90,000 followers and and their real followers, he didn't buy them. So that was kind of nice, we got a little little thing going on there. And, you know, obviously, the way this is presented has very little to do with an outbreak or a horrible toll. It is testing. And I came to the conclusion that it's really the remember that are not the RS zero number, which we talked about way in the beginning of March, which was the if you have a one or above that means that for every person who's infected, they will infect you know, more than one other person. Yeah, it was three, three a number. So with this testing with the PCR process, which is still in place, what happens is for every person who has a positive results come back from the lab, it automatically triggers at least five new tests, because of the contact tracing, it will never end this way. And if you had an are not over yet an our replication of five for the virus. Yeah, we would be looking at death. I don't think it three I think was the highest that they had or at some point. So it's a never ending story. And there's a lot of people benefiting from it and having a good time. So back to El Paso, you heard it's that it's the worst toll ever, what could be going on? How is this possible? We're also so safe and we're also careful. Please note that El Paso is a border town and we have some whistleblowers
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  • malpaso is making international headlines for the COVID outbreak here as emergency responders are being recognized across the nation today. How
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  • are you guys?
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  • Oh, paso firefighters in the trenches of the covid 19 pandemic cannot talk on the record about the number of people they're picking up every day from El Paso's international bridges. But a whistleblower inside the fire department spoke to me exclusively on condition of anonymity,
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  • there's some days where it's only three or four times or the days will be 13 or 14 spots. You'll be there for one patient and then we'll let you know hey, there's another one.
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  • Four or five waiting
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  • as a result of what appears to be escalating ambulance
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  • responses to the international bridges by the El Paso Fire Department. Our source insists the city of El Paso is being left in a dangerously vulnerable position.
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  • A disaster.
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  • So what's happening is there are people showing up on the other side of the border at these international bridges as they're known. And the fire and the fire department and ambulances are just picking them up. It's really sick people who are in Mexico and bringing them across the border into the El Paso hospitals, which is which is okay, but let's not let's not make it look like stupid Americans in El Paso. Well, we're all gonna die because we're not socially distancing. You know, it cost two grand for one ambulance run who's picking up the tab for all these people? That is one of the questions that has been asked and not yet answered. And in fact, you kind of heard at the beginning. Are you guys picking up? foreign foreigners? The fire department? So I believe it's it's the commercial ambulance services, and they're getting paid. I think they when they arrive, they just get a check at the hospital. Hey, good work. Here's a check.
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  • We'll be right back.
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  • We got some more. So yeah, I mean, obviously you're going to run into problems if that was not expected. And that doesn't mean that these people don't need help doesn't mean that that they aren't actually sick. But let's not pretend like we're all dickheads here in Texas. Man, there's a number of things happening with testing. First let's let's play some scary testing music.
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  • Something
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  • that doesn't work now it doesn't work on her.
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  • Something is changing in the testing regimen. As Health and Human Services led by General Girard is rolling out massive antigen tests, the anti antibody tests, these are rapid tests. And these are from Abbott, that called the binax binax. Now test, and I've read three real short reports, just so you can understand how vast this rollout is.
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  • This is the binax now rapid antigen test card and the head of the United States COVID testing strategy, Admiral Brett gerar says you or your child will likely be asked to use one before this global health crisis is resolved.
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  • The ideal use of these tests are really for large scale screening. Because Because that's what they're meant for they can be done at point of care, you can get the results within 15 minutes.
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  • It's not clear yet who exactly will get the test schools in nursing homes, there are obvious priorities, the binax
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  • test could easily be used to screen students or hockey players or a staff going into nursing homes. It's that good frontline tests that can be done basically anywhere.
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  • accuracy and false positives are always a concern. Admiral gerar has high confidence in the binax now rapid tests,
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  • it's very sensitive 97% compared to the best test 98% specific more testing will uncover more infection but the admiral says that's a good thing. It is true. The more testing you do, the more cases you will find we want to do that. Because why no case we can isolate them contact race that keep that one case from turning into 50.
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  • Yeah, so there's some interesting little clip there. Yeah, there is. He says the most testing we do the most cases we'll find That's true. That's what Trump's been saying. And every time he says same exact thing. They condemn him. Well, here's what well first of all, two more just just to show you how wide This is rolling out this is where the where's this from? Arkansas,
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  • we learned today the Arkansas Department of Education has placed HAARP elementary school on a list of 14 schools across the state to receive rapid antigen testing for staff soon harp elementary school along with Greenwood High School Greenwood junior high and Northside High School in Fort Smith will be among the first schools in the state with access to rapid antigen testing for teachers and staff and in Florida,
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  • Florida will receive a steady flow of a new COVID-19 rapid test. federal health officials say today the state will be getting about 6.5 million by next tests. In total, they're less invasive and donate a lab to get results in 15 minutes or less. Florida will have received about 2.3 million with a test from us Health and Human Services. By week's end,
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  • I believe that the Trump administration is rolling these out massively, and there's millions I think already 3 million of these by next tests are being deployed. It is not a PCR process, which is the good news. In fact, the the test itself will give false negatives quicker than they will false positives from what I understand. So just hearing Gerard speak Oh yeah, that's what we want. I think the idea is we're going to actually lower the the the Patriot speakers down just a little bit for me, please. I think that we're going to see much lower case count because it's a different process, which is much more accurate based on the antibodies I had. This is one of the tests that I had with Rogen. I don't know if I think it's a fingerprick so that which sucks by the fingerprick Yeah, yeah, I got the PCR process swab in the nose and I got a fingerprick and then in 15 minutes, it was like okay, and it's it's like you know, it's a little plastic thing, you put your bloody finger on it and then you wait. It's almost like a pregnancy test. You get one pink your, your negative as to Pink's your positive. However, the bad thing about this, and we heard this from a dude named Ben, who works at Abbott Labs is it comes with an app and it's all tied together. So the minute you do that, Test, your app tells you that you're clean are good to go. And, you know, this will provide you access. And right now it's going to be voluntary and yeah, okay, you know, you don't really have to take, but how long will that last? So on one hand, I think we'll see the case case rate dropped dramatically with the new testing. On the other hand, this is the beginning of the end when it comes to these damn apps that they're going to connect to connect everybody to.
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  • I didn't know you got pricked when you're over there, Rogen? Yeah, it is to me.
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  • It sucks. Because you feel two tests? Yeah. Yeah. One was the rapid test. And the rapid tests are much more accurate. The rapid test gives you much more, we get a letter from it, I'm not going to read it. But I made post it, it's a long note about how he went to Idaho to meet with his mother or some some family members and somebody got to COVID. And so they made them locked down. I couldn't get out of the state. They were like Dan, and, and they, and everybody kept taking the rapid test. And we're coming up native. And so they finally got out of there. Right? Right. Yeah, that's the rapid test is exactly. And there's a huge and just going back to the PCR, there's a couple things in the show notes, and not that we're gonna, we're not going to beat this horse over and over again, especially now since the rapid tests are coming. And I think this PCR is being phased is going to be phased out pretty quickly, we're just in time right after the election. So Joe Biden can save the day. Exactly. There's a there's an interesting correlation between the cycle counts and viral load. And there's some, again, we have so many scientists sending in stuff, there's an interesting chart where you can see that indeed, really around 30 to 33 cycles, the viral load is so small that you know, it's it's it's crazy to use this as a test at all, however, still used in the good old UK and my friend Michelle is he's he's going broke, he's going to go 100%, bankrupt, had huge clubs in in the UK, in Guilford. And while this is the latest, hello, Boris Johnson, let's lock it down again,
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  • in this country. Alas, as across much of Europe, the virus is spreading even faster than the reasonable worst case scenario of our scientific advisors, whose models, as you've just seen, now suggests that unless we act, we could see death in this country running at several thousand a day peak of mortality, alas, bigger than the one we saw in April. This is
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  • unbelievable. Because of a positive case rate. They're locking down the country for four weeks. Because the model say, well, when you have this many cases, you're gonna have thousands of people a day dying, of which there's, at this moment, absolutely no
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  • evidence. So now is the time to take action. Because there is no alternative and from first day until the start of December, you must stay at home, you may only leave home for specific reasons, including for education. For work, let's say if you cannot work from home, for exercise and recreation outdoors, with your household or on your own, with one person from another household, for medical reasons appointments, and to escape injury, or for harm, to shop for food and essentials, and to provide care for vulnerable people or as a volunteer. I'm afraid non essential shops, leisure, and entertainment venues will all be cleansed all the fun stuff and collect services can continue and essential shops will remain open. So there's no need to stock up. pubs, bars, restaurants must close except for takeaway. And delivery services. workplaces should stay open where people can't work from home, for example, in the construction and manufacturing sectors. single adult households can still form exclusive support bubbles with one other household and children will still be able to move between homes if their parents are separated. I'm under no illusions about how difficult this will be for businesses which have already had to endure such hardship this year. And I'm truly truly sorry for that. And that's why we are going to extend the furlough system through November. The furlough scheme was a success. Spring it's for the people and businesses in a critical time. We will not end it we will extend furlough until December. Christmas is going to be different this year. Perhaps very different. But it's my sincere hope and belief that by taking tough action now we can allow families across the country to be together and there's
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  • that lovely veiled threat that he throws out there. Hey, we're gonna close everything down until December 1, all the fun stuff Hey, construction workers f you go out there and work. But if you don't do your job if you don't do as we tell you, well, Christmas could really suck now, couldn't it so you better do what we're telling you to do. And my goodness would people hear in the media and in the scientific field love that for us. Here is Anthony Fauci along with the Shep Smith on his CNBC show, which is, it's amazing. I think I'm the only person who watches if you look at the ratings, and well here's it's on midnight or so nobody CNBC listeners, by the way, CNBC listeners are very distinct group. That's where they're easy to advertise for. They watch during the stock market. Yeah, but I think I'm just gonna disagree with you. Again, this is typically this is the Shark Tank hours. What they do in the evening is very different from what they do during the day. But it's a failed tank is different, because people do tune in to that. And that's the lead in he has nine o'clock. It's a nine o'clock show on the east coast. And which I think means he's going head to head with Rachel Maddow and Sean Hannity. And he has no ratings. I mean, 200,000 people are watching. But here's what Shep really wants. Earlier today, you talk to the Journal of the American Medical Association, or JAMA, and you were talking about what an extraordinary thing has happened in Melbourne. They had 111 day lockdown started with 20,000 cases a day. And as you pointed out two days ago, they had zero cases. Why can't we do that?
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  • Yeah. I you know, when you talk about lockdowns that certainly they were extremely successful.
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  • What? extremely successful? No, there's no evidence. In fact, there's counter evidence, they were extremely successful, as much as just as many if not more people died in countries that have been locked down. And of course, it's not really COVID. It's all kinds of other things that are counted as code but Okay, thanks, Anthony. There is very little appetite for lockdown in this country. That's right. Is there going to be a major pushback both from above and at the local level? Yes, unless Joe Biden wins, then it will be built back better. And James locked down better James deling pod of he says, he writes for daily news, and I think he's written for The Guardian in the past, he was on Sky Australia. And you'll notice that it's all the rupert murdoch properties that are kind of going against the grain Fox News, New York Post, daily metal, Sky, this is all Murdoch just wanted to point that out. And here he is talking about what really is going on with the lockdowns and the build back betters
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  • I started off
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  • this pandemic thinking was just people being a bit stupid, it would all passed. But now I realized that this is organized. And you rightly mentioned the great riches now. They don't listen to the no agenda show. Wait, hold on. He did he say I just now No, no, I don't think he said that. He mentioned the great reset. Anyone who doesn't realize it, but let's go back a little people being a bit stupid, and it would all passed. But now I realized that this one now I realized, but But now, I'm just confirming what we already know. You rightly mentioned the great reset. Anyone who doesn't realize that the grace rate reset is the biggest threat to our way of life right now hasn't been paying attention. Take it deadly seriously, the people for the World Economic Forum. And so unfortunately, our political leaders when you hear the phrase build back better, and I've heard our Prime Minister use it, I've heard Dr. Joe Biden use it. This is this is the code phrase for that for the great reset of our lives.
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  • The World Health, World Economic Forum have been tweeting today's consumers do not
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  • want more and better goods and services rather than increasingly expect companies to contribute social welfare, etc, etc. Is this all part and parcel of it? Absolutely. They they believe is that the old world the world that you and I and I suspect most of your viewers really quite light is broken. It needs to be changed whether we like it or not. They are claiming there that we'd like it. I'm not sure that we do actually. They're talking about things like they don't want us to own property anymore. We're not going to own anything. It will be provided for us well, who doesn't own the property who's renting it out to us some sort of shadowy elite. This is a takeover by the technocrats and I urge anyone who thinks that this is a kind of conspiracy theory to do a bit of background reading. The great reset the World Economic Forum combined with UN agenda 2030, as it's now called, is a transformation of our societies around the world on lines I would call Communist or fascist mean frankly, what's the difference? This is terrifying, much scarier than the than the the flu. The flu, flu And it's being done out in the open and everyone's chuckling about the World Economic Forum videos where they say exactly this. And to add to that, a familiar with the fair trade. The Fair Trade USA fair trade certified. Yeah, of course. Yeah. So fair. In fact, I'll read from their website fair trade is a global movement made up of diverse network of producers, companies, consumers, advocates and organizations putting people and planet first Uh huh.
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  • We had fair, it's funny. People First,
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  • we not laugh at this bullcrap. We had fair trade USA believes that everyone wants to do what's right for their families, fellow global citizens and the planet. Well, let's listen to 15 seconds of their latest commercials sometimes
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  • a simple choice can bring us one step closer to the future we believe
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  • fair trade
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  • fair to build back better fair trade together. Hey, I made another I'm it's disgusting. What these people are doing.
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  • is funny have plenty of broad fair trade. Fair Trade is to me it's always been a marketing gimmick.
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  • I think it is. Sure. And where it started, I think is in the coffee trade.
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  • Yeah, that does
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  • coffee and itinerant coffee growers in Guatemala and elsewhere. They were never getting a good deal. They're getting ripped off. And Fairtrade was supposed to correct that inequity and kind of cut out some middlemen and give them some extra cash. That was the real impetus. And I don't think just if somebody can point to me to something early than the coffee business, right, I'd be interested Well, it sounds to me like they're doing the marketing exactly what you said they don't hold back. Better. Fair Trade together. Still some poor bastard in the top of the hill, trying to pick coffee beans, give me a break. I like the the 2030 year which of course, you know, I've been on for for quite a while years, beginning years, I got a note from one of our producers who says, Who gave me some insight into the year 2030 as it is, according to him, important to many Christians as well, because it marks the 2000 year from the cross and the resurrection, which was approximately 30 ad. In case we need an end time primer, which I'm always happy to receive it goes like this. First you get three and a half years of weird times, followed by three and a half years of the worst times ever seen in history. And then the anti christ rains aka the tribulation or the time of Jacob's troubles, followed by the triumphant return of King Jesus. And then we get 1000 great years.
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  • So I'm not quite sure how
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  • they've been shoehorning this theory into every year now Israel, okay, this is good. This is a news. I like
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  • it. I like it. I'm sticking to it.
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  • I can see where you said, Well, we've had the three and a half years of weird Trump years Mm hmm. Right That's the right now we're gonna have three and a half bad years is starting off at the cove. You'll get other pandemics and Trent Tran endemics and Dr.
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  • Trent and all the rest of them
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  • endemics got wind
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  • damage, that's what I was looking for, actually. And, yeah, so he has three and a half weird years. And then Biden will be kicked out of office because he's a moron. And he got a 25th amendment him and put in the laughing hyena. And so it'll be just that's Yeah, makes sense. I think it got maybe you're onto something. Well, while I'm sticking with the, with the Christianity, and with the douchebag, from Davos, the World Economic Forum. I don't know if you had a chance to read the letter from Cardinal vigano. To the president. No, I did not. So you know, it is a he's a very polarizing figure. And he's been blogging and he's, he's one of these Hey, man, this Pope is no good type of guy.
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  • As right,
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  • he wrote an open letter to President Trump in the show notes and a show notes.com. And he said, this is all a scam. Mr. President, and he mentioned specifically build back better mentioned specifically the great reset for the World Economic Forum. It's fantastic. It's really like Yes, sir. Following this guy and his blog, and if, yeah, and also he's not on CNBC. He's not on TV. I think he gets more audience with his blog than CNBC. So
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  • well, that wouldn't take much. That's true
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  • today in the United States. Daylight Saving Time went into effect, which is, I've always said is one of the global elites. New World Order way of making us dance like monkey boys and girls. Haha let's change the clock on them. One of our one of our producers sent an interesting calculation. He said by setting the clock back 60 minutes since normal light change per day is one minute. As you move into the to the darker, the darker days, that 60 days really gives you a jet lag. It's almost like a reset of two months, 60 days reset in your in your circadian rhythm or your your, your body or whatever. There's never it's never been enough exploration of what this is doing to people.
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  • No, that's probably true.
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  • Yes, it's just this it's always like, okay, whatever
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  • way I look at it and having that right before the election. Yeah, it's always interesting. I don't know does it does it? That's a good point. There's an interesting point does it set people back would you do it? Just Why would you because they've changed these you know, they never used to be this. Oh, yeah, it was different times. Absolutely. And so now they moved to just before the election. Mm hmm.
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  • Although with the with the mail in voting, all the rest of which has now become a laughable it's doesn't make as much difference. I see. We're almost done
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  • here with I don't think we have much. Any other updates other than Pat, you know, of course, parrot France shutting down was beautiful pictures of Paris, everyone. Everyone rushing to get the heck out
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  • of the day before the the full on lockdown starts.
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  • You have to go back to the Boris Johnson and same with McCrone.
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  • Macron Macron.
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  • Don't these leaders have a sense of any obligation to really try to figure out what's really going on? No, I think Boris Johnson is I think they're sincere. I don't think no. Like Boris Johnson is part of some scheme. I don't think he's sincere. I think he went into the hospital. And they had they had a chat with him. Somebody had little chat. And he came out with a build back better crap. No, no, no, no, no, no. He's all and he's been compromised one way or the other. Well did the hospitalization thing which was sketchy. I mean, when Trump went into the spill, he saw him get out of there as fast as he could. Well, I'd say Trump's hospital visit was pretty sketchy to could have been, he was in he was out. And it might even be not even the same Trump but I bet I'm looking at as materials the same guy again, you can't can't there's certain things you can't fake. You know, if you're a different person, you can't fake somebody kiss. There's other aspects to the body language, you can tell and but stand up comedy, you know, is a certain style Trump has and he's the same guy. So it's, uh, it was fantastic to see. And this came out. A couple of things happened on show day on Thursday. Is the the record increase in GDP for the United States? Yeah, 33%. Everybody.
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  • I love that.
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  • And I don't know how to interpret it other than pay attention. 33 there it is our favorite number. We've never, this is kind of the goal of this show is the holy grail of this no agenda show, which is to figure out what the hell is with 30 threes and people come with all all those Masonic, you know, 33 this now there's no no something else
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  • who knows what's going on?
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  • Anyway, it looks like indeed the United States is, is really not planning on getting or being locked down as it stands today. As it stands today, North Carolina, you see this there was a city council meeting. And they expected I know 5060 people to show up. There were hundreds of people no mask. And it was about mass. It was a mandatory mass law. And they ultimately they had to you know, accept that people were not going to wear masks and they had to actually move the whole meeting outside people are pissed.
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  • pissed.
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  • And everybody. Well, no in New York, in New York, where the shutdown is complete, and I think this will be done with the rapid test. If you travel to New York now. You will, you can only travel. Why, right. If for some reason you're going to New York, you need to have a test before you arrive. And if your test is negative, you must stay in three day quarantine and be retested on the fourth day just to make sure This is how this is how crazy is gotten.
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  • I guess I'm not going to New York this weekend.
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  • Now why would you? And
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  • then just a little boots on the ground
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  • that never sleeps, you know?
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  • Yeah, right.
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  • I got an email for one of our producers this week, john and john and Adam, I became an infected human resource. I had a couple days where I felt like I had mild stomach bug then all of a sudden a fever so hot, I fogged my glasses. At 103. I gave in and took some Tylenol, died a few days of fever and body aches controllable with Tylenol. I also had some loss of taste and smell. After about five days, my symptoms were gone and all that lingers is a little tiredness. My husband never caught it. I believe I caught this at work from someone who was very ill, but had tested negative. Oh, and I didn't want the PCR so I managed to get a rapid antigen through the National Guard. They have a great testing operation. So this is what we're talking about five stars, the guardsman that gave me the result, though, thought I was crying and told me Hey, it's not a death sentence. I said no, no, I just feel like crap. Don't worry about me. At the end of the day, this ended up being less than the flu. I sent a note to my doctor and five days later they bothered to reply by saying take Tylenol because it's basically the flu. And she ends by saying good thing the country shut down. Just thought I'd share Thank you. That's pretty much par for the course of what we've been hearing.
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  • Yeah, in Thailand on make sure that it's not aspirin should be Tylenol. Yeah,
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  • yeah. Exactly. Tylenol. Why? Why do we have to make sure it's a
  • 36:39
  • well aspirin is has to do with the with viral shedding or something along those lines, the aspirin kind of encourages the viruses to replicate. Kala nada has no those effects. Okay. And it was it was particularly dangerous. With hemorrhagic diseases like Ganga. If you take aspirin, you know, to drop you don't you bleed out or something? I mean,
  • 37:05
  • your lungs
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  • mediately dead. And I hate to say it, but for all the COVID stuff we've been doing in the past month, I really don't have much more. I mean, we're into the next phase, the next phase is rapid testing. So we will see better results, less false positives, I believe, then, then we have with any less? Yes, well,
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  • we hope so.
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  • You can't quite This is maxed out the way it is. Now, this is unbelievable. But the problem is that the app is coming into play, and this will be used everywhere. This and you'll eventually I think you'll get what a rapid test at home. And you'll have to do the rapid tests. And then you probably Bluetooth that thing to your phone, it goes back to home base and it gives you a green QR code that you're safe to go and just like you know, we lost cash during this. We're going to lose these freedoms. I just can't see it. And certainly if time to move to North Carolina,
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  • if if Biden becomes president. I don't think it'll make much difference.
  • 38:20
  • No, we'll find out.
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  • There's there. Well, while we're talking about that, I think we might as well start talking about the election. Yeah, Election Day Special we had we need some music or some orange or something. celebratory horn Okay, hold on. We just, you know, I do have to crank that up. It makes you it has to, there we go. It's Election Day, everybody. We're so so we're so happy. Before before we get into coverage, I'd like to play one clip. You know, Don Lemon always has the handoff with Chris Cuomo on CNN. Well, you don't but they do. They have a handoff when that Don lemons done. I know. They they're a little cross chat. So Don Lemon, who apparently has lived in several what he would call red states. He's he's, you know, all this entire this entire season. This entire Trump presidency. I mean, it's it's really hit him hard. And he has just had to take people out of his life. You know what the sad thing is, and I'll be honest with him.
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  • I have met many people who I love in my life, and I come from a red state have lived in several red states. There are a lot of friends who I had to really get rid of, because they are so nonsensical. When it comes to this issue. They have the whole every single talking point that they hear on state TV, and that they hear from this president. They repeat it and they are blinded by it. And I just when I said to you the other night, there's no way they can't believe they can't, you know, I was just goosing you in a way. Right. You know, they say I was, you know, embrace it. breaking your you know,
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  • like that'll be continued.
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  • But here's the thing, um,
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  • I had to get rid of them because they are too far gone, I try and I try and I try, they'll say something really stupid, and then I'll show them the science and I'll give them the information. And they still repeat those talking points. And all the while the state was a hotspot. Many if you look at the information that we put up last night that came up yesterday showed you how the red states have now taken over where the blue states where people came in, because they're bigger cities and there's more transmission, obviously, where, where there are more people are closer together. And so now the red seats are the problem. And I just had to get rid of a lot of people in my life, because sometimes you just have to let them go, I think that they have to hit rock bottom like an addict, right? And they have to want to get help. They have to want to know the truth. They have to want to live in reality, they have to want to be responsible, not only for other people's lives, but for their lives. So you know what I have had, it's so sad. And I don't know if after this, I will ever be able to go back and be friends with those people. Because at a certain point, you just say they're too far gone. And I gotta let them go. And if they're willing to come back, and if they're willing to live in reality, then I welcome them with open arms. But I can't do it. I can't do it anymore.
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  • Yeah, yeah, I don't understand these people, I had to understand what they don't understand how Putin is running this country that Russians are controlling everything and put Putin's calling the shots. I want to give you the opposite side of that argument. You remember the Hollywood media guy that I had a zoom call with? It was, you know, a rare, a rare kind of show business opportunity that I was looking at. And you go, they had the license to all of my, all of my interviews and stuff from the Netherlands, all the music stuff. And they were talking about putting a TV show together and the guy went off on Oh, you're in Texas. Wow. I'm in Austin. Oh, the only place you can be a democrat member this guy? vaguely. Okay. And then, you know, after I put a I put that kind of person out of my life. I just, I just want he's from San Diego. I just want to because there's a follow on to this. So you know, it was like, oh, and then he and then he went on about because I said, you know on Texas, we don't really give a crap. We don't make a big deal about who we're voting for. He says, Don't you hate those hats? I hate him. This is a big cowboy hats to know what's wrong with this guy that
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  • Trump is Trump is Trump is Trump.
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  • So he's dead. And this guy's a sales guy. No, he's he owns thousands and thousands of hours of musical performances that he licensed as an archivist. Okay, no, it's more than an archive is he's a very successful business. This is huge business licensing these kids say disparagingly just an archive. No, you're just an archivist. He likes successful businessman. Okay. So. So we would they would they were trying to say was a guy in Holland who I know. And then this is his partner in San Diego, and they're trying to set up a follow up call. And the guy says, Hey, how about Wednesday, the fourth. And he emails back? Wednesday morning, I'm either going to be very happy or ready to kill myself. Based on the election results. I'll be in no mood to talk business unless Trump loses. So that so the Dutch guy goes back and says, Okay, how about Friday, then, in the guy comes back with his Trump loses? I will not have killed myself. So yes, I can make that. To which I replied. I have no interest in doing any business with you. You did not take the opportunity for that one that that I would have thought about it. I thought about it. I said no. I said it's a shame you didn't take the hint in our previous call. I don't mix politics with business. Your insults. My state did not go unnoticed, either. I prefer to work with partners who understand appropriate business discourse withdrawing from this opportunity.
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  • Which he said, Well, I'm sorry, I didn't mean to offend anyone.
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  • I said, Well, now you've learned because that gets no one stood up to you and said, EFF you, hollywood douchebag.
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  • Please, no one can call him out for his privilege. You
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  • tried. I tried. It didn't work. It didn't work. And this wasn't a joke. This was an actual business opportunity. I'm like, No, dude. Just because no one has told these people. That's what I realized. Because he came back so meek. No one has said no. Do you realize that not everyone is like you or we might have different ideas or maybe we don't want to talk about politics. I'm here to talk about music licensing not who you're voting for and what your personal issues are. And to me it was it was a good example of people just accepting it. No, no, you've got to we have to start talking to people. And I don't care if you're, if you're pro Trump or pro Biden, either way, shut up, vote and shut up.
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  • That's my motto.
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  • I think that's a good way of looking at it. But I think especially if the guy's trying to do a deal, what kind of a he's a businessman. So he's collected all these licenses, which is a good is a good business. And he's gonna try to package it but he's more interested in packaging his own opinions about Trump. Yeah. And I just said I just said I'm not I'm not gonna do I'm not interested at all and we're whole
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  • industry is I don't know how they got this way.
  • 45:49
  • Well, he's in San Diego that may give us a clue.
  • 45:53
  • But he's in the movies in the entertainment industry. That's, I think, you can't even broach the topic. You know how that will john legend, as we've heard him say, Oh, yes, you know, I, of course, I have friends who are conservatives or Republicans, but they're very quiet about it. Well, it's because of this bullying. Is this bullcrap bullying and the guy just lost his opportunity with me? I mean, go ahead license the stupid shit. See, someone else can make a show out of it.
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  • Not it won't be possible.
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  • Now. I'm not I'm not interested in this. It's just like, yeah, it's bullying this all he was doing. He was from the get go. Yeah, it wasn't even know he he felt you out and said, Well, I want maybe this guy's maybe this guy's you know, I don't know. He's living in Texas. Maybe he likes cowboy hats. Maybe he wears them now? Yeah, no, no, no, he doesn't even bother to do that. So it's just starts off with a bullying attitude. Yeah. Well, that. That brings me to the c span clip. Okay. Ah, hello, caller, Republican line. This is the this is the the c span call in about Trump. And this again, and this is a guy in probably in an area where there Trump's support. And you can hear the problem, which is going to resolve itself on Tuesday
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  • floor and I live right up the road from Baldwin Wallace. And I take great issue with some of the comments you're making on there today.
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  • In fact, I finally had a nerve to put my Trump sign on my front yard. My neighbors are also Trump fans, and
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  • they're too scared to because of radical Democrats, they're worried about getting a brick thrown through their window, or paint ball shot at their home. So and I totally disagree that where you're saying, Joe Biden is leading in the suburb. And I think that's a fake. And I think you're just trying to see what you want to see with your research. So I totally disagree with your comments. And I'd like to hear your response.
  • 47:56
  • Well, here's my response, whatever political predispositions I might have, or my colleagues might have at the community Research Institute at Baldwin Wallace University. More than anything else in the world, we want our polling to be accurate, and we take great measures to make sure that it is. And so my comments on Biden leading in the suburbs are based strictly on the data and not on my opinion. Some of the things that we do in our polls to make sure that we are not under estimating Trump's support in Ohio is that we wait by education so that people with a college degree without college degrees are represented in the sample. And we also have caps in place on the urban and suburban vote. So the rural vote is not underrepresented in our polls. So everything that I'm saying is based strictly on the numbers and not based on what I'd like to see or what my political predispositions might be. Of course, it's your you're free to disagree with me but all I'm doing is reporting what the data say.
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  • Oh, explain this waiting by call. I mean, I don't have a college degree you do. Explain that. How would I get put in a different bucket if I'm pulled because I'm dumb get put in a dumb bucket. Duck it that's what the implication is. Because the dumb shit that's what will make sure to put you in you're obviously a dumb shit to be supporting Trump. I mean, all these things are predispositions that she's saying don't exist. Let's listen to Chuck Todd. Discussing the NBC polling on a sports talk show, which is a clip by say from the last show, you've heard this clip.
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  • It's pretty Look, I would say this. I'd rather be betting the money line. I know Biden's the point spread favorite. I'd be I'd rather bet the money line then and see if he would cover a spread.
  • 49:57
  • Look, I do think I'm wrong. One of those that's going to say this way, if you hold the election 10 times, I think there's only one maybe two occasions that Trump wins. I think there's four occasions that Biden wins in a blowout. And I think there's four occasions where you know, it's a nail biter, but he wins. I think I think that the most where we're really headed is
  • 50:19
  • I think it's possible that all of the battleground states when you're watching us on Tuesday night, everything appeals competitive and close. Yep. Whether it's Florida, whether it's Iowa, whether it's Wisconsin, and everything will feel within that three to five point range. And you're like, boy, I don't know. But it looks like this, and then it all tips in one direction. And then Biden could get to that, you know, 350 to 400 electoral vote mark.
  • 50:41
  • You know, there is an outside chance he could touch 400. And that would mean carrying Texas, I still think there's a lid on Texas,
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  • of about, you know, the 47 or 48. for Democrats, that at the end of the day is going to come up a pointer to short.
  • 50:56
  • But I'll say this, I think the adjustment that many of many pollsters have made. I know what we the adjustments we've made to make sure that that we feel good about our numbers, but a lot of these other I wrong.
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  • in the other direction, meaning we may be under a they there is a judge we're under estimating. But yeah,
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  • we're under estimating Biden's than what we did four years ago. But the biggest difference is that he's an incumbent. And he's just not given the benefit of doubt the way he was when he was a challenger. And that, you know, how voters think forget, be simplistic about this. incumbents in an in a year where things aren't going well. incumbent losers. Yeah.
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  • That's what I would have thought. I mean, anyone thought we'll see. I'll talk to you next week. Thank you,
  • 51:42
  • Chuck. And that's the fundamentals matter.
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  • Yeah. Thanks, Chuck. I love the adjustments we made. Is that another Oh, these are dumb people in Texas. They must be dumb. We'll adjust that number. Yeah. Did you see what happened in Texas when the the the Biden Harris bus was in Houston. And they were gonna drive to Austin. And there was a Trump train convoy of trucks and cars with Trump flags. And I'm talking at least a mile behind and in front of and next to it, so they decided not even to go to Austin. Like This is no good. There was there was there was a convoy a convoy surrounding the buyten Harrah's bus. It was fantastic. I never heard this was recorded. Ah, it's everywhere on on the YouTubes. You can find you can find video of it. It you know, the minute they left Houston, it was boom truck and you know, the other pickup trucks with the flags. And we see him around here sometimes. Oh, yeah. on the freeway going as fast as they can. So they were just surrounding the bus. And then they got to Austin. Yeah, I was like, Oh, no, we don't even want to we don't even want to go in Austin. So they just they gave up.
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  • Ah.
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  • Well, here was since you brought it up. here's here's ABC was reporting on Texas and this is of course NBC would agree with this Texas flipping read.
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  • Oh, sorry. got the wrong.
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  • Word. Is it here? Is ABC Texas flipping right. No, no, it's Texas flipping red. ABCs at the end. I don't have it. Texas flipping red. Yes. Oh, yeah, I do. I'm sorry. This.
  • 53:28
  • Biden's team thinks voters are fired up and they see new opportunity and those long lines to vote across the country. In Texas more than 9 million people have already voted. That's more than cast there in 2016. But today, Biden's running mate Kamala Harris was there trying to get out the vote and slip the red state blue. Today is the last day of early voting in Texas and you all have been doing your thing
  • 53:56
  • there's no time to let up on the pedal though. Right?
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  • Well, you sure did you let it you You didn't let up on the pedal. You scooted right by Austin scaredy cat
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  • democrat of all the say well well I'm going to say that I think things have changed dramatically in Austin there's been rumors that Austin could go red although we know we the mayor is not up for election he is up for recall only three of the city council are up for for re election but you know this is the the nutjobs here defended the police hundred million dollars they say well they didn't do it but they did the city council Did you know they're moving that that money over to the to the social workers and the community code officers who are normally good to see if you're if you have a bunch of code violators you know the community code guys are like little police. Yeah. Oh, yeah. But but they have they have historically have no power. They can write your ticket or summons. If you put your sprinklers on the wrong day or too early, which I've actually had happen. They they send you a ticket for summons for that. Yeah, but the but the issue here is, is the homelessness in the tense and the the actual nonprofits who are given grant money for the people camping camping is has been handing out more tents. That's what they've done with the money. And then you know, the keeper night we went to vote yesterday and or Friday and that we have two propositions. And and one of them well one is to raise property taxes to pay for the second one, which is something that's come up every every election cycle I've been in Austin so far is the Austin Connect, where they want to have light rail and we definitely have transportation issues. But it's a $7 billion package and it's just to get started. So there's I believe there's such low trust in these douchebags and we during the lockdown every austinite has a one point watched one of these city council meetings on zoom. And well now I think people are done. And here is lieutenant governor Dan Patrick. Talking about Austin,
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  • the city of Austin is a disaster if you haven't been there, a great city. Now one of the most dangerous cities in
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  • America.
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  • And definitely in Texas. We've already been talking with the governor and I've talked with others about taking over Austin, the state taking over policing that city. And if that is the plan, that will be a that will be a high priority bill for the Senate to pass the budget usually number one, that'll be in the top five, and we will pass that bill. And if we have to protect the citizens of Austin from the from the from the bridge to beyond UT campus
  • 57:00
  • when he says the bridge to beyond the UT campus. He's talking specifically about the tents everywhere,
  • 57:05
  • where parents now are afraid to send their students because Mayor Adler has defended has defunded the police and the City Council has defended the police endangering the police and all the citizens. That's what we're going to do. And the next the next session, we know the budget will be tight. But there are always dollars to defend the police and protect our citizens lives. That's our number one job. We are not going to tolerate people's lives being at risk in our state. We're not going to tolerate judges for letting criminals walk the street.
  • 57:36
  • Yeah, exactly. So we'll see. We'll see how blue Texas is. We'll see how how blue Austin is I? I'm not so sure. And remember America. I picked the hits? Well, there is here's the report from john Karl the head of the correspondents group that does the White House, the White House Correspondents pool. Yeah, he's the head of that. He's the one who picks the guys, we get to go there. Yeah. And here's the story about the male imbalance and what's going on. And this is an ABC report. It's a little long, but it's kind of summarizes things, at least from the perspective of these guys. And I want to play a couple of clips a little later. I would say that right now the media in particular and a lot of and and the democrats are spiking the ball go into early and too early. Way too early. Yeah. And they're spiking the ball. And they're just I mean, you could hear it in the voice of Chuck Todd when he was on that. Oh, yes. I know, I might play straight line. I'm not gonna take the spread, you know, is he talking about Was he a sports professional sports bettor, and it's got to do with the president, the presidential election. We've been probably estimated really low, you know, that kind of thing. But there's other examples which I which I have here, but let's play this clip. with Scott Malan story. The key factor here is the massive increase in mail in and absentee voting due to the covid 19 pandemic. Those mailed ballots take time to process, local officials must compare names to voter rolls and make sure everyone is eligible to vote and not voting twice. And in some states votes are counted even if they come in days after the election, as long as they are postmarked by election day. And eight states Don't even start looking at the mail and balance until Election Day. Pennsylvania for one is going to take a long time, more than 2 million ballots in the state have been returned. And they won't even start processing them until Election Day.
  • 59:46
  • I feel confident that the overwhelming majority will be counted by Friday if not before
  • 59:51
  • but that doesn't mean we won't know who won the presidency earlier than that. It depends on how close the races in several key states. States Donald Trump must win. The counting is expected to happen quickly. Florida, Georgia and Arizona, for example, are among the states where most or nearly all of the votes are expected to be in by election night. In Florida, they have been processing ballots for over a month. And with more than half of registered Floridians voting early, we could have a very good idea of who won the state shortly after the polls close. All right.
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  • So let's get right to Jonathan Karl with us last night, john, I want to go back to that map of states that don't even open those melon ballots until Election Day. And the counting process. Of course, state officials say we'll take a time even days here's the map tonight, you can see some of those key battlegrounds, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, right there on the map. And, john, as you said, we could know some other key states though, including Florida, where they had begun processing, they'll start earlier, the results in those states could really tell us a lot about where the presidential election is going and how long it could actually take to know who wins.
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  • So David on election night, I would watch for early Florida, Georgia, Texas, in North Carolina, if Donald Trump wins all four of those, and those are all states that he won four years ago and states for we should know the results pretty early. We are in for a very long process waiting for states like Pennsylvania and Michigan and Wisconsin. But if Donald Trump loses any of them, it will be very difficult, if not impossible for him to win the presidency again,
  • 1:01:25
  • you know it either way it goes. It's going to be interesting if now, as I've said, If Biden Harris if they win, then it's built back better locked down, and we'll go into some very dark winter. On the other hand down better. Yes. On the other hand, if Biden Harris lose, we're going to I would presume political polling is going to be done with forever. It'll never be believed again. To 102 in a row. Well, no, you're right. Yeah, people will still live. Yeah. What am I thinking? But, shoot, there was another point I was going to make about that. Well, you were talking about the things that are gonna change if Trump wins again, there's gonna be some people screaming at the wind. Oh, man. There's gonna be accusations of crookedness and how they stole the election again. Well, I get it I get the feeling that the media in general has done you know, they've they've done their job. They've done all the reporting on the polling. I mean, CNN, they almost have, they're almost like Bloomberg. Now. They don't have any more space for numbers on the screen. So we have COVID deaths number of cases. Then we have number of people who have voted the polling data. It's like It's like a number percentage soup everywhere. And they Korean website.
  • Yeah, yes, exactly. Like a Korean website. And I think that in these in this next day or two, they're all gonna throw their hedges out there, like well, you know, stuff could be wrong, you know, burps so they've done all this propaganda. And then stuff like this starts to appear on CNN, one place
  • 1:03:10
  • that may defy your math and logic. David is Miami Dade County in Florida. So what I think the numbers are showing is that many more Republicans have already gone in person to vote in early voting. Then democrats and Congresswoman Frederica Wilson of that district is trying to sound the alarm. She talked to Politico and said that what she's seeing is very concerning for her she has said, a quarter two, I screamed, hollered, I called I lobbied from the top to the bottom. Wilson said of her efforts to get to the turnout operation started in the community, including sending written proposals to the Biden campaign and having virtual zoom meetings with his advisors. She is worried because what she's saying she says in terms of the black community and Hispanic it's not going buttons what
  • 1:04:01
  • Oh, there it is. We guess we didn't count on the black and Hispanic communities, which is the same zip code apparently. So the black race,
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  • love each other so much. It's
  • 1:04:15
  • so integrated and they have figured it out. They know how to live in harmony as a community. Now, the way I see it, I'm in total agreement that they're gonna do a little hedging, but I still think they're so overcome. There's not you're not gonna see as much as you could see, despite what happened last time, so I think there's gonna be a lot of spiking the ball. I think there's going to be in it. Let's say Trump wins. It's going to be it's going to be that what we got wrong week.
  • 1:04:47
  • You're gonna leverage it.
  • 1:04:48
  • Yeah, they will they? No, no, not not what we got wrong. What the pollsters got wrong. They'll never take responsibility for being even though they all own a pollster. Yes. C's got I think they work with the washington post with some phony baloney poll. They've all ABC samples, but that's okay. Yeah, they can they can kind of gloss that over, but it's what we got wrong, or what they got wrong and why and why, what. And it's just gonna be a lot of gave nasal nasal nasal nasal gates. I'm writing that down. So nasal gazing is a good title. Yeah. But a lot of navel gazing where there's just so well, you know, oh, yeah, this is the reason Oh, you know, why have we seen this comment? Well, we didn't under we underestimated this. We underestimated that. We could have done better job of this and that. Meanwhile, they're promoting and promoting and promoting the whole time. This is going to be pathetic. I would prefer Trump to win because it'll be pathetic to watch the media grovel. on election night. We have all kinds of people on standby to make sure to make sure no one calls anything wrong or Russians somehow screw us up so yeah, beat some Russian Yeah, listen to this. They won't do that immediately cuz that'll be too obvious. That'll come later
  • 1:06:10
  • now but now this is the plan. Listen to this is the plan. They have
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  • Harmon of Homeland Security. We'll have a rapid response cyber war room set up election night to tamp down disinformation. And so local election officers can call in if they see anything unusual. Also, the National Guard is putting forth cyber experts and units, especially in places like Washington state where they have national guardsmen who are experts in cyber security back to you.
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  • We will not the warning went out in New York City and let's keep it all calm. Thank
  • 1:06:42
  • you, Jennifer grant from the Pentagon. Nice to see you
  • 1:06:44
  • know, yes, from the Pentagon. We got cyber experts, making sure nothing happens. It's all gonna be safe. It's gonna be great. Let's listen to this clip, which is Mindy Robinson, a little blonde bombshell republican Trump supporter in Nevada, who written keeps running for Congress. Yeah. Sorry, I'm sorry, bitching about the mail in ballots there. She got kicked off the Twitter for this.
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  • That was an incredible story. Kay, tell us about
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  • what happened in Nevada when
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  • you had for Congress and all the voting shenanigans.
  • 1:07:19
  • So basically, I was running for Congress, and we got stuck. Everyone was getting a mailing balance. So normally, I would have to appeal to the 36,000 or so republicans that vote every primary. Everyone was getting a ballot, dead or alive. The Democrats fought for that dead or alive. And we had loose ballots showing up. I actually think the picture I tweeted is what James would and Trump ended up picking up actually sense of address. That was me. And like we have a problem. Pick up ballots anyone can pick up and drop in a mailbox. Why would you want dead people voting or anything like that? That was a problem. So I did because I was running like, Look, guys, we're stuck with these. Let's his website, you can check where your ballot is going do it. So mail it out, because we're stuck with them. Go to the website, you know, after a week or so and make sure that they got it make sure it's counted. So naturally, people want to do that. And people started messaging me like Mindy. It says I'm ineligible to vote like, what? I'm gonna screenshot. I'm eligible to vote. I've been voting. I've been living here for 10 years. I don't know what's going on. I'm like, okay, fuck.
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  • This isn't eligible to vote. And I'm like, I had Randy check. He's eligible to vote. Now. We're like, are you What's going on?
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  • Where's our vote? I do
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  • a tweet, you know, blah, blah, blah. Suddenly my voting history reappears wrong. My midterm election was just not there. So Something's definitely going on and I had people that were republicans that were settling democrats we had every kind of mismanagement thing you could
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  • possibly
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  • so I do a tweet to the Secretary of State who's right now she's
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  • the stuff happened she left the mail in ballot she left the ballot harvesting happened she left no voter id happen all this stuff. And like you got a problem you got people whose voting history is gone change and I was really vote What's going on? Because it's a glitch.
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  • glitch everybody. Hey, keep her in Florida. What a What an idiot. I don't want this woman anywhere near me. What is
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  • she is she part of the Laura Loomer gang? Because she sounds like she should be. She's a fast talker.
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  • Oh, this is not my kind of person. Yeah, at all. At all. And I think when it comes to mail in voting, may I just assert I'm pretty sure republicans are better at cheating with that. They've had more experience with it certainly in Florida, or to the 2000s that was mail in voting that was hanging Chad time
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  • that we're hanging chads are for was from the punch punch style voting machine.
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  • right but but we even have Debbie was well there's some
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  • evidence I we brought this up on the show. The Republican Maybe better and maybe crying wolf 3030 seconds of Debbie Wasserman Schultz before the 2000 election,
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  • Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz argues a mail in ballot has wrong written all over. It may be a risky experiment for us with an election that has stakes as high as a presidential elections as we've never done a mail invalid statewide. Wasserman Schultz is worried about signature fraud, disenfranchising college students getting addresses wrong, and having private donors instead of states footing the bill. She favors seating the delegates already chosen, there's a way to solve this without totally redoing this and causing more chaos.
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  • Yeah, well, that's because the republicans have had a lot of experience cheating. So I'm not so sure that it's that it's gonna be such a huge problem.
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  • I do balance.
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  • That cheating on both sides of balance that that's what I'm hoping. I didn't By the way, Mindy's from Nevada, and she's not from Florida. Okay. And I like her. So that's fine. make that clear. I'm good.
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  • I'm getting jammed on Twitter.
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  • I'm happy you like her. A great clip from the that one of the common law advances the intro somebody gives her?
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  • I heard this.
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  • I stood up and I was countered. Without further delay. I am so honored to introduce the next president of the United States Senator.
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  • I have another one of those. And this is her husband. What's her husband's name? Doug or something? He looks like a dog. That's the same guy that used to read the news on the old No, agenda street is that guy indeed? Doug is still in the in the troll room. Yeah. So Doug came out to talk to I guess, a little a little group of people who were all excited. And this is what he did.
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  • No, but it's so obvious. That's what's gonna happen. I think we all know.
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  • I know. Exactly. There's nothing
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  • to lose. And if you're it doesn't matter, Joe Biden is the whole Biden crime family the laptop after after our first break? Well, I have a couple things to share about that. But Joe is toast no matter what if he loses, he loses. And if he wins, he know, he'll be in fact, I even thought that President Trump he did, I think four different appearances yesterday. And clearly. The Biden campus trying to keep up they're even doing hangars now with the airplane behind it. I think Trump is just trying to make Joe kill himself. keel over. I had I want to play a couple of these laughable Biden clips. Of course, you have the two bonus clips. Yes, I've had bonus clips. Okay, they'll just play either one of them, then play the next one, folks. I'll do what he's unable to do an effective strategy to mobilize
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  • for depression, isolate and punish China.
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  • This has got to be my favorite one, the means of a shooter her diverse depression. What did he say? I think he's saying, Let's go What do you know you're you think he's trying to say something. But what did he actually say?
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  • It's something about depression,
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  • effective strategy to mobilize
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  • pressure through international pressure, maybe true international coverage of pressure.
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  • Doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. It should be on T shirts. That should be bumper stickers. It's beautiful,
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  • folks, we got a lot of work to do. I need you to get me elected. I need you once I'm elected.
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  • I really want him to be our president now. I mean, can you imagine the fun we're gonna have on the show? I mean, this is this is not
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  • the money but wow,
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  • everyone will be broke. But we'll have a good ass time. That's for sure. Oh, man,
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  • what did he say there? I don't want you to help me get elected. But I want you to help me after I'm elected. Well, let's just say it's all corrupt. And you know, he doesn't need votes. Let's check it again. Folks.
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  • We got a lot of work to do. I need you to get me elected. I need you.
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  • Okay, since I don't need you just to get me elected. I also need you after I'm elected. I think that's what he's saying. Oh, very good. You should be working for the Biden campaign as his translator You know, he says something and then you say something in the other mic explaining what he said. Be a great bit. It's like from a Woody Allen. I'm gonna try this one again, folks, I'll do what he's unable to do. I'll do what he's unable to do an effective strategy to mobilize. I'll lead an effective strategy to mobilize for depression. Depression.
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  • Straight up.
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  • Okay, we got this one. This is Biden on the stump. This comes from Democracy Now.
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  • President Trump and Joe Biden health competing campaign rallies just miles apart Thursday in the battleground state of Florida, which is also a red zone hotspot for the Coronavirus buy, hold a drive and rally in Tampa where supporters were required to wear masks and to practice social distancing.
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  • She showed video the best view they had there was no social distancing. People are snuggling with each other. Oh crap,
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  • decides that we shouldn't be
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  • politicizing the race for vaccine. We should be planning for it safe use and free and equitable distribution. Providing TP for national standards for schools. Businesses open safely. Atlanta plan back in May how to do that.
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  • I'm gonna ask you. She runs this clip. I don't know why. And what the hell is the
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  • standards for schools, businesses dopin safely standards for schools.
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  • I mean, it it's almost not funny anymore because I already went through my mind mites feeling sad for elderly abuse. And now it's just pathetic. It's truly pathetic. Did you see Obama? Did you see Obama trying to you know, trying to shill for the whole thing. I mean, so Obama's goes up after Joe Obama is yelling himself hoarse. He of course, there's no there's no crowd feedback, because there is no crowd or, you know, they're all standing in little circles. And Obama needs an audience just like Trump. He does, of course. And then Joe comes back up. And and he's like, and he's hanging with Barack. And then they're walking offstage, and Barry puts on his mask, and then emotions to Joe. Hey, man, you Where's your mask, and Joe goes back to the podium. And for at least two minutes. He's looking underneath. He's looking on the top. He's feeling his pockets is inside. He can't find this math. There's no one there to help him. There's no one who says Mr. Vice President. here's a here's a mask. Let's go. He's standing there on this. It's like there was the headline act. k pack. We all go off stage and he comes back looking for his mask for two minutes. The optics are so messed up.
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  • A little did I didn't see that. They don't show this stuff.
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  • Yeah, well, it was it was on I think I was watching msnbc so yeah, they just kept going there. Well, they screwed the pooch. But that clip they just kept it right on there.
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  • Ah, truly bizarre, truly bizarre.
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  • Well, even though you say it's not funny anymore. I think it's hilarious.
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  • And with that, I'd like to thank you for your courage and say in the morning to you the man who put the C stands for the c and c span john c. devorah. AK blending morning to you Mr. Adam Curry also in the morning fellowships to see boots on the ground feet near subs in the water, water, water and danger nights out in the morning to the trolls in the troll room. Hands up trolls. Let's see what we got going on today. We have whoo There we go. 2117 that's what you get our pre election show. Which ones? Yes. 2117. It may be it may be a record. Yeah, it's it's pretty big. Sunday pre show pre election. This is interesting, right? Our show should write that down. That's
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  • a good that's good. Number 21. Seven good number we got
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  • our show really seems to draw and that definitely a reflection of the total listenership this show course. But
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  • we have at least 23
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  • you had to be dedicated as far as I'm concerned to be in that room. But these
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  • people are cool. They're on this drive.
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  • But the it shows that people actually do gravitate toward this show when they when they're looking for some answers. And we hope to do is provide ridicule. I don't know what they're looking for. Maybe they're maybe they're coming for the ridicule and it's handy to get some answers. It could be that way as well.
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  • There's answers around.
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  • Thank you for showing up trolls. We do appreciate you. The troll room is at no issue. To stream.com so you can listen to the show live. Of course Darren O'Neil does the rock'n'roll pre show, but we have Nick the rat the night before and on. On Wednesday nights, we have the grumpy old Ben's, we get hogs story, all bunch of people doing live live podcast, they released this podcast, but they record them live. And then we have just 24 hours, seven days a week of cool podcasts that have been carefully selected by the community, the community, and that community is trolls. And they all live in the same community. And that is no agenda stream.com. You heard us talking about Doug earlier, Doug does still exist in the troll room. He's at Doug, if you ask him, he'll give an invite to no agenda social, which is our federated social network, which is completely open source. It has no algorithms that will mess you up with your timeline, you kind of go in you look down and when you get when you hit something that you've seen before That's it you can only go back up to the top there's not going to be something just floating down or all of a sudden, a spew of likes that your boosts that you hadn't seen before. And we have about six and a half thousand people there and more joining every single day. It is federated. So you can tune in, you can subscribe or you can follow anybody who was on no agenda social come from your own mastodon account or your own mastodon server or wherever you may pick up the Federated social network. And that leads us to thank our artists for Episode 1290. This was a very this was interesting. First of all, it was it was done by Tamara nail, which is so now we have three women in a row three in a row. Don't call us misogynists. It was interesting. It was Darren O'Neal. He's the misogynist he's official designated misogynist. He pointed out the two in a row and I picked up on the three was pointing it out I know agenda social But what was interesting even someone sent me a note and says you know I hit a friend of mine in the mouth but she didn't want to listen because she saw the Biden Harris logo on your artwork. Which is interesting. If she had looked very closely she would have seen there were three red flags with F on it which we found to be very entertaining This is the three f strategy from China yep which is meant to bring the United States down to its knees and Tom to nail we thank you very much. I was just two in a row for Tom to nail or or no he was one wish Taunton nail then. It was a bat has been a back and forth with right
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  • women. Then it was a
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  • j bird. J mountain j and then Tom toenail again, I guess. I think that's the that was it. Yeah. You want to or was mountain j into Tonton hills. I don't know. We don't. It's not that granular. And it was a great piece. I also want to point out that I used a piece in the new in which I think would have been qualified for today's show, which was Oh, arrow shamrock did a Trojan horse piece that I used in the newsletter that I just thought was a stunner came in afterwards. But yeah, I could see what yeah, I had I had a little cringe when I saw the Tata Neil piece as the show art because it did look like a promotion for Biden Harris. It did and what else was there that we liked in this there's must be something else that we have been getting a lot of pieces people trying to do cheese cake the hairy legs bunch of hairy legs. Yeah, the hairy legs this I mentioned this little thing again one of my pet peeves one thing that always gets me to veto art into something is is disgusting. In terms of it's like an open sore or worms. For even the Coronavirus itself. I would just veto it. I will not allow that to be and yeah, Adam can do the same thing. But that's one of my pet peeves is the is something that's kind of gross or makes you itch or makes you go ooh, cuz that's not attracting anyone to the show. That's my rationale. And so the hairy legs was not gonna cut it. Well, clearly the the Biden Harris logo wasn't attracting certain people to the show either. But that's neither here nor there. Right. It was just a best piece and maybe maybe we have new listeners who came in thinking oh, this will be great. And they've been delighted. Sacher delightfully surprised. So there was no other art that we need to discuss. I think that was it. Right?
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  • I mean, there is so much it's, and it is really, it's really appreciated how much fantastic art comes in. And I want to say, because that's part of our value for value model is where people can contribute their time, their talent or their treasure. Thank you to the multiplex and multitude of producers who have learned how to do clips. And while not all clips are used, and some are way too long, people are exercising, they're, you know, they're, they're, they're getting getting used to it. And I always provide feedback. Hey, you know, this is too long cut out this cut out that, because this is what makes our show so great is that that type of producer ship that people just take upon themselves? Because there's no engagement. It's Yes, it's it's called engagement. Because he um, instead, he can send me a 35 minute video and say, This is great. I'm sure you can get some clips from it. So let's wait a minute. What about the two and a half hour video? So we got it, we got those two. So people often send timecode which is fantastic. And some take it upon themselves through the actual clips, I just want to say it is so that's just as important as as the artwork. And of course the people who came in today to not only support the show, support the work but receive a special executive producer or associate executive producer credit Jhansi Dvorak is here with more information. Yeah, Yes, I do. I have more information, and which is the list of executive and associate executive producers beginning with sure on amis of dogpatch and Laura Sloboda. It's the first of the month there is once again, he comes 1661 dot 00 1600 and $61. So he's a palindrome if you eliminate the zeros and his code number for this show, he writes, and he also has a scolding. He's gonna scold me once, but I wish I understood how his code works. Now you never will. Works. Okay. You're not a code code breaker. No. Thank you, for all for you too. And all the producers that make this the best podcast in the universe, it seems to me that the US presidential races between a candidate that needs the economy open for his personal fortune versus the other who needs it closed for his political fortune. Here scenarios, folks, although I'm hearing more anti trumpers not wanting to vote at all, really, as well. from his perspective, as your take on the early voting suggests, get them to vote before the truth is revealed. says many producers are in health care. Are they observing the increase in violence at the hospital ers from the lockdown? mental health, drug and alcohol issues are boiling over from my context and I know of two er nurses that have resigned after attacks while some hospitals have or are discussing increased security staff. Wow. This is not in the news. No mental health, retirement and Alzheimer's facilities are suffering serious issues. As the lockdown continues without end. The lockdown is cleansing advanced societies populations of the weak and unfit so will the next target be the Jews and the gypsies.
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  • yellow stars for everybody.
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  • As your show is observed, the M five M is suffering financially during the lockdown even as they feed the beast of fear. Industry analysts note that right in with Biden will slow or stop consolidation and bonuses in the industry. And more polarized viewership will further reduce advertiser interest in their smaller audience. ad dollars flow into digital advertising it will accelerate, which is the hope of the Podcast Network investors. This is true, yes, it's the hope with this should be all caps for hope. A Biden administration will restart net neutrality, burning profit margins at a time where more capital is required for five g as well as to fund the infrastructure build from the legislation demanding universal broadband access for remote learning and lower income or remote regions. media industry, the night of the long knives is coming from your political leadership. That's right. You've got to love people that reuse history's playbook referring to himself Of course, in this case, john, periodically particularly with anyone associated with the CIA, you make an aside, quote, and probably a Muslim. I understand the implications of Brendon not revealing a conversion to Islam when he became head of the CIA. But how can I hit friends in real life? In the mouth with a rifle, but if periodic aside suggests something is wrong with our faith. Come on, man. We all have family that died fighting these so called Muslim zealots, zealots, which is true. And I've discussed this, I've said, if you look at Muslim websites, you'll find you'll find a lot of them bitching and moaning. And because all the Muslims never speak up, they speak up constantly. Now, my aside regarding Brennan, the CIA, besides the fact that he didn't, he never mentions it as a couple of things. I'll try to I'll try to clear my name. First of all, he joins us yet he joins the faith in Saudi Arabia, which indicates to me is a Salafist, which means he's a borderline radical, right, right. This is never discussed. He's never asked about it. And He never says anything about it. And he's a creep. So I bring it into the picture. And once well, and it and I will say this, let's say, I don't think the head of this Saudi Arabia intelligence agency, and there is one would necessarily benefit from being Jewish, or christian fundamentalists. And I don't think that they would like to have that in in that position. It's just a matter of taste into various areas. I would say the same thing, probably in Kuwait and Qatar, Oman, all those places, they if they have intelligence services, I'm sure Qatar does. They would expect them to be Muslim, but they had not Christian fundamentalist, so it bothers so that does bother me. And I do not like the idea of a Muslim radical Muslim, in particular, being the head of the CIA. Uh, I think that just like any other culture, the main focus of the head of the some, like the car should be pretty much reflective of the population at large. Another words, in our case, should be an atheist. But it technically should be a Christian, but everyone seems to be an atheist in this country, even when they say they're Christians. The point is, I don't like having I wouldn't want any buddy from some radical, a faith or Buddhist I wouldn't want a Buddhist I wouldn't want anything that's a little offbeat for the at the head of the CIA. I just feel that way. And I think the Saudis feel the same way about their kind of their CIA. So that's all it is. And and it annoys me that no one ever talks about Brennan. So I've done this to an extreme.
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  • I got some good stuff for Brennan later on.
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  • Believe it or not, anyway,
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  • I hope that helps. But
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  • I see I think we need to work on decoding his code. And he's probably sitting there laughing. That we can't figure it out. But he may be he's randomizing us. Just to mess with us. That's a good one. I like that. I like that a lot. Yeah, well, all right, sir. On amis of dog Patrick lower slo mo via It is always wonderful to have you come into our our executive producer segment. He refuses to have any, any further titles. He's never asked us to do that. We'd be happy to. But just knowing that he's out there is it's like a warm blanket. A monthly warm blanket and we really really appreciate your courage. A to patron Victoria saucy as Next on the list are more in New Hampshire. $1,000 and one cent Wow. There, palindrome. All right. Let me take that Penny and put it into the pot for the next person. Oh, yes. The next guy. Just somebody. I think somebody does need it. Okay. I've been listening since July when I heard Adam on. Tom woods. There you go. Top podcasting history. I was shocked to hear that Adam has been doing a podcast with JC D, a guy whose columns I used to read decades ago. Say the girl comes up to you to he Hi, john. And you look at Wow, this woman's beautiful. I've been reading these uses since I was nine. Okay, thank you for that's okay. I hope that I've been I had to listen and I've been hooked. You guys are amazing. I truly appreciate what you do. I don't know when someone turns into a douchebag by listing without donating. But I figure I'm dangerously close to douchebaggery so here's my 0010000 133 donation. Yes 30 binary 33 binary. That's we should put that on the list of donations. With that I aim to be deemed it could be known as Dame Tori of Anaconda and a capistan and capistan and capistan and encapsulate those negative rights someone else asked for a few months back at the roundtable sound delicious negative road jingles no karma yours truly Victoria B Warren and new Hampshire what is the negative rights do is that do I just ordered negative rights? I don't understand. I don't remember I'm putting up whatever it is I'm giving you negative rights.
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  • both of us. And job him sir. Moulton cheese protector of Toronto, Pittsburgh and all the lands in between. Can you please have coffee and a one year old? pentatonic Tony pan at Tony ready for him at the roundtable. He punched me in the mouth five years ago short of marrying me is the best thing he's ever done for me. We've really had a rough time the past few years. We watch close friends and families to come to identity politics and Trump derangement syndrome. Yeah, it's to the point that playing the gay card doesn't work anymore. The guy gay. Yeah, it's difficult. It's difficult for that for for the gays. It's hard for I was watching some some local show and there's this guy. He goes on and on calling. He's gay. And he's calling and he's saying the gays constantly.
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  • Okay, we're still two male. whites. Ah, that's your problem. There you go. You guess is no Benny's gay? white and male. Mm hmm. Double problem. Yeah, two whites, two males, oh boy. We refuse to drink the BLM centrist CCP Kool Aid. So we're constantly branded as Trump supporting privileged racists, their friends. And anyone refused to capitulate to Wow, we've been out as gay for 10 years. And it feels more and more like we have to go back into the closet because because of our views. Wow. It's nice to hear you guys remind us that normal people still exist in the world. Can you please give us both some jobs, karma. And thank you both for your courage. for all that you do on john, please do stay safe. Everyone just tried all that and we're just trying to get you to do it. They're trying to get you to do it. No, no, no. Yeah. All right. Well, Jason, and what's Emilio? Emilio? Yes. And we'll see. So we'll see Emilio at the roundtable. Of course, we'll use some jobs karma and thank you for your courage, jobs,
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  • Rubber curb back in Essex Ville, Michigan. 33333. A jingles he wants Florida in my cup and wg seven will go away and Alex Jones babies and cows interesting. All right. And he's got a birthday call for Brielle. 11 year old on November 3, right. And he's got a knighting and he's got some things he wants. I think I have a note. That's a little more lengthy. Yes, because I have this. I have this wood grilled ribeye already at the table he wanted. Right. Okay, let's make sure it's just real note which came in email. Thank you for your great work on the show. In addition, you know, let me get the right reading. Here. There you go. Hold type. Yes. In addition to you, I'd like so I have actually go to the doctor. That because I got to have my eyes checked every so often because I get the eyeball and that I need another cataract operation the right eye. What? Whoa, you have to have another one of these. Yo, you're very rare that you only have one identity moatize usually get when you get cataracts. You get them in both eyes. We usually one is worse than the other and then the other one gets bad knees. Okay. Yeah, I gotta have it done again. But he says you want to you know, he says you want to have it done right now. You know, I'd rather wait till things shake out a little bit. He says yeah, I understand what you mean. Because, you know, they they're hiring, you know, guys from Home Depot to do the anesthesia. I mean, they're just putting anyone in the operating room they can find Yes, COVID everywhere and everyone freaked out, right. So I'm so I'm going in there and I'm getting the he says Well, it looks like you're damn near legally blind. And you're right ice and well, I can still see Yeah, kinda but you're gonna have this operation. And I don't know where I was gonna go with this. This whole story? Well, I'll come to it later. Let me go back to the note. This is how it starts by the way
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  • Yeah, yeah, I'd like to thank you, artists, musicians, and dudes named Ben and Bernadette and producers that make the show possible. I've been trying to figure out it's gonna be interesting it printed on both sides of this sheet. I've been trying to figure out how the show has been outstanding has been or how it's been out shining the one before it for all of 2020. So he's claiming even though we're spending more hours on this on this segment, because of my anecdote that the show keeps improving each and every show one to the other. Oh, it's a trick. It dawned on me that there's a direct relationship between how much nonsense the M five M is pumping
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  • And how important the deconstruction is for a continued sanity. And they have had the propaganda pump on full blast all year for sure. I think I can agree with that. I'm bringing my treasure in the amount of 333 do my part claim Election Day Special executive producers ship I've been qualified to be a night for a while but not but no. But note the anxiety is real. I am requesting to be knighted Sir Robert Knight of the naughty bits of the round table and he's got his Jamison and vernors and we got that. I would like to wish our daughter Oh, well. Here we go again. I she may not be on the list. Okay. Now this makes one 100 and second person. I would like to wish our daughter Brielle, B ri E. LL. e. Happy 11th birthday. For her Election Day celebration. Yes, she's on the list. But she is okay. If you would please play fluoride in my cup wg seven. I think we got these listed ness wishes to you and your families during the upcoming holidays. Yeah. Thank you for the best wishes for the upcoming holiday season. This
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  • so yesterday and j My daughter is a big Halloween nut. So really, what did she go? What did she dress up as what was her or she can't get the dress up as anything because they cancel Halloween in the whole area. But yeah, she's gonna go to something tonight there's a party, but there used to be parties and all kinds of she wishes to get dolled up when she was young and really fancy stuff. And there's some great pictures of her. And she's very bummed and and then the joke of it is here in California. And everyplace else actually. It was Halloween. This is a great setup. Halloween basically canceled in the Bay Area. But look at the things that came together. Halloween on a Saturday with a full
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  • a Blue Blue Moon and Mars in the sky. And you can see Mars assured I look at this Mars. And it was perfect. And it was nice. And some places is rainy. But here it was nice. It was a to me a unbelievable disaster, because of just all these elements that came together and then yeah, just reject it. Well, thank you democrat kid kids. We're kids. We're definitely out in Austin. I know there were lots of Halloween parties for the older kids. I spoke to mo he's in Northern Virginia. He was going trick or treating. So it's I think it's just a California thing.
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  • go I thought we just I'm sorry. Dred Scott Earl at large 333 33. He is at large and as no jingles no Carmen, but he does receive that coveted special producer ship for today, as does David Nelson who comes in with the same 333 33 from Bellaire, Texas couldn't resist the offer just had to chip in on the election special. YouTube have kept me calm with your info same and over these many troublesome months. And the value has just been immense, hoping that whatever outcome of the election, we'll get back to being able to bring a tiny bit more rationality to general disclosure. unlikely, but I'm not betting on it. There you go. So I'll keep listening to prevent amygdalar enlargement. By the way, Adam, you're spot on about the excess number of cycles in PCR assay. I've been doing PCR since the 1980s when Kary mullis inventor gave a talk about the method at my school before publishing his first paper. I do have a small gripe about your description. And this is good. There's no spinning involved. I talk about cycles. It is a thermal cycle heating, cooling, heating, cooling you use the term spin
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  • I did, I did. And that was completely incorrect. But there you go. Once again, we have the best producers in the universe. Please keep up the great work. No matter the outcome, your analysis will be vital. We all could use some goat karma for a mostly peaceful election week. And I'd like a dealer's choice, Reverend Al in honor of everyone working the polls. And I too would say thank you all very much for working with us. I always think that people when I go vote and do this, and I noticed that they are often surprised when I say that, I say Hey, thank you. Thank you so much for doing this. And like oh, in fact, so we have I have not seen these voting machines that we had that their touchscreen that the different ones from previous times voted in Texas. And now of course because of the COVID they're handing out little finger protectors which is literally a It looks like a meanie condom and you just have people yeah, yeah bank bankers using you just can't help but make jokes about it. Which I did of course, and hilarity ensued obviously
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  • joke no joke. No joke and douchebags Yeah, we're gonna give you see Was there any karma associated with that? Yes, I got karma. You got it.
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  • The word donation in the subject? My requirements Yes. find these last notes. Yeah, Robert ran Oh, Portland, Oregon, $333 and 33 cents. And he's importantly, probably couldn't didn't have time dodging, you know, Molotov cocktails. probably didn't have time to write a note. But thanks for the donation. Cheryl Coxon Austin, Texas. Hello 333. This is for Josh. Josh Cox wishing him a happy birthday on November 3 when he gets gets a president for his birthday. That's nice. This is Josh's mom ah and he hit me in the mouseman many, many years ago, I really appreciate the show and the work involved. Thank you. Thank you both, you know and welcome. That is I we don't get that often do we? I think maybe two or three times we have moms and sons who are rare, rare. Very rare thing. It's nice. Thank you Cheryl. And congratulations, Josh, you're on the you're on the list. is mostly why you
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  • next is anonymous. And I think this is interesting that this was missed 234 or five six but you know Smart Money puts this right at the beginning of a note I wanted mentioned anonymously. That's not as right to be I do not like reading an entire note at the very essence please keep up at the end. It's it's a real bummer. I Virginia is going to get a john brennan innocent until you're accused nice that's true and Camila is pretty good karma that's Amy that's Amy cold clover char. Greetings crackpot and buzzkill thank you for as always for the invaluable info saying that you provide my fellow Canadian Canada avians are freaking out over the Rona. Yeah, yes, I'm sure they are not the ones that listen to this show. I've been able to maintain my small amygdala thanks for your incredible work I donate last March and requested some low law jobs karma now I won't say this karma didn't work as like as kept my great job in my business skyrocketed over the summer, however, it didn't quite land the job in the legal field I was after. If you would please give me an extra strength Pelosi jobs cover for an interview I have this week. I would be incredibly thankful. Thanks again. Well, I think that calls for a TPP then if he wants some extra strength and give it a shot, okay, so just because there's so much confusion about it being common law instead of Amy I'm gonna do Brennan not guilty. That's true. Amy pretty good. I'll throw in and enslave me comma, and we'll wind it up with a TPP people are innocent until
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  • Okay, Christina Thomas $200 from drums, Pennsylvania drums. I apologize in advance for Warren Piece below. It's not all that bad actually. Thank you for all you do get my nation keeping my nation sane, especially for helping me navigate the liberal paranoia that is the United States university system. Whoa, yes. When I started listening in 2018, while pursuing my undergraduate degree, I was grateful for your balanced view on the news and the state of the world after being bombarded with
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  • scenarios in my classes. Now, as I pursue my graduate degree. Hey, you don't make the dumb bucket like I do. I am still grateful for getting a dose of reality in between my classes where professors consistently clamor for a globalist agenda to combat the world's problems. Keep up the great work and please never find an exit strategy. Now on to the good stuff. Six months ago, I told myself that I would be a Dane by my birthday on November 2, and this donation marks my $1,000 donation total accounting attached. While I was hoping to join the roundtable before my stepdad, he managed to beat me to the mark during Episode 1287 when he was knighted, surmount wandering Night of the two wheeled steed, thus depriving me of any further opportunity to call him out as a douchebag. Nevertheless, I'm looking forward to joining him as well as the other illustrious knights and dames at the roundtable in honor of my love of judo exploring Pennsylvania's forest, please de mi Dame Christina dhoka of Penn woods and make sure there's plenty of coffee and ramen at the roundtable did not order that but we always have a supply of coffee and ramen because it is something that's asked frequently. And let me put that on order here. I'm sorry, we have so much this is whenever we do these special producer ships man goes off the charts but dealer's choice of any Obama or al sharpton, I actually selected and I selected this one for him. We'll throw in a karma to
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  • And I do have a note from Ryan, Brian Miller who will be last or last associate executive producer. 225 bucks. He's into Whittier. Whittier. Quick Meteor. Yes. Whittier. Yeah. Oh, again. Get your pen out. We got 10 more birthdays and 90. Okay. I don't think we've ever had this many people on the birthday list is first congratulations on 13 years of podcasting. Excellent. Thank you. All right, no agenda listening family decided to rebel and go trick or treating in our local neighborhood. In honor of the Rona. We chose to act out a modified version of money pythons bring out your dead sea. Classic where's the Where's Where did this take place? What state this needs to know. As a note continues you'll get the clue candidate gets in a video which I was boring to you where they're actually showing how they did this. And it may be something we'll put in the show notes or something later, our daughter was saddened to see a lack of kids trick or treating the few families who were handing out candy we're having small neighborhood party seems you weren't the only rebels take that Governor knew scum. Ooh. No jingles no karma. So there's a Californian and in Whittier is matter of fact down with the with our with the Baron. Ah, and yeah, it's a problem. For kids. I feel bad. It's just as a perfect night. I'm sure it was in Southern California. We must have been dynamite. So that's our group of associate executive producers and executive producers for show 1291 this special election day special on the agenda show now what is the exact title that people will be are warranted to use for this for this executive order. sosiale Bridgend Election Day executive producer election Election Day Special executive producer perfect and coming up. We do have two Black Knights. I'll just say that right up front. We have who will be the Black Knights here. Michael Goodell. Who in a black knight is when you oh yes you were recognized. Everything is good. We mentioned you and somehow I wound up not knighting you That is how you achieve a blind give me a lot you could also fall into a vortex which brings me to our last note for this segment. Okay, thank you for bringing that up sir crush a lot. Who, whose note appeared in I think it was a sisters or some one of his relatives as a card that came in with a sister. Yeah. And he's donated his donation has already gone through at some point. And but I'll reiterate it was I think the donation was four. I'll give him the credit right now which was for $350 and 95 cents. And he wrote and he's gonna be knighted as a black nine his note kept getting lost he was in the vortex. I flown to California several times since the COVID pandemic said in his cancer ran a race with dimension my father's cancer came in at the end of August it was a horrible thing to witness. So what I happily accept an F cancer we can give you that, for sure. Other than that, no jingles no karma. During my latest visit last month I was sitting outside vino volo, and the disturbingly uncrowded San Francisco International Airport is creepy. I'm sharing a bottle of rosae with Dame shark dream Chardonnay, Chardonnay. Dame Chardonnay, and she's the one I think of something Snowden when she pointed out a bottle of monkey and goat Chardonnay. At the bottom of the label it read BTL 00033 of 0300 sharing me really crazy That's crazy. It was a sign with this donation I sent a knighthood accounting below you're on the list as a black knight who would like to be known as sir crush a lot. Knight of the leelanau great fields. I think we got that correct on there.
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  • And that does indeed conclude our segment. I can tell you as yes the affiliates we are going very long. We have 1-234-567-8910 1112 and we have 17 people on the birthday list. Interestingly enough, I had to manually put Mimi on there for November 4, but Okay, just just want to say it's not like her son has anything to do with the list or her husband has anything to do with it with the show. I put you on the list Mimi, just so you know.
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  • Do you remember Patrick burns story?
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  • I know I don't actually know Patrick
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  • Byrne actually had to resign from overstock as CEO noodled No, no, no. He he came out with the story that he was involved in the FBI, Russia collusion, he was dating Maria butina. You remember the redhead? And and she was being she was probably working for perhaps the Russians, but also was being set up by the FBI. And he came out and we played a couple of clips. I should actually see when that was. And exactly did we do this? Patrick Byrne and that was I mean, just take a look at the that was another 117 No. 2019 2019 August, August of 2019. Yeah, that makes sense around that time. But he came out and he did a he did a thing I think with Maria Bartiromo, and then also did he did Chris Cuomo and was really weird. And he's like, I got to go away this crazy stuff happening. And he's been. He's showed up again, a couple of days ago on his deep capture.com. deep deep capture is his website, where he explains everything that's happened to him, but he did a couple of podcast interviews with undercover DC, which I think is you know, this this real journalists who work over there at undercover DC. And so I take that with the with the respect that they put into it. And he told that he gave us the continuation of his story which has some gems in there, as it relates in a way to what's happening or what isn't happening now with the Biden crime family with the Clintons who are still under investigation, apparently for their, for their foundation. And just to revisit how he got involved in with the FBI initially was in 2002, I think 2003 he was kind of a gadfly on Wall Street. He was poking around. He was not the overstock CEO. I think people actually found them a little bit annoying, but he saw that there was a huge problem. In the walls, the way Wall Street functions with settlements, and that basically, there's 10 times as much stock or gold futures or anything in the system than actually exists in reality. And he believes that what he did lead in part two, or at least understanding of the 2008 meltdown, but a couple of other things that happened earlier than that, which you and I actually know about. So to revisit his credentials, he was asked by the FBI and actually was brought to a meeting with nine senators bipartisan, are led by arlen specter, who asked him to take down this cabal within Wall Street. Here's a little reminder of of that meeting and what he recalled of it back there had nine senators, eight other senators, and they gave me this speech. And they said, We think you're right. In fact, we It's worse than you think your something is taking over Washington, DC something is corrupting our government. And we can't even tell you what it is. It's like it's a foreign nation is subverting us. And, you know, we agree that Washington is just getting complete what what you say, a yell China, oh, I couldn't hurting us. And, you know, we agree that Washington is getting completely corrupted, but we can't even tell you what's underneath it. And we're going to give you a letter that's going to sit and they will and that is going to sit in a safe the rest of your life. And they showed me this letter. And they told me this had not been done since World War Two. And they told me that and then they pulled out this letter, they said there's a new Attorney General being sworn in tomorrow night, we're all gonna be over at the white Oval Office, both sides of the aisle and this ball. Nine senators are sitting around nodding to me through this whole speech. And they say we're going to, we're going to give the president the Attorney General this letter, and it's going to be sitting the rest of your life over the DOJ. And there's this letter on on Senate Judiciary stationery, and the first paragraph. I was not allowed to even touch it. I had to bend over while someone held it and keep my hands behind my back and they gave me about 10 seconds to scan it. But what it said I in the first paragraph it says something about how concerned they had become about evidence of systemic corruption infiltrating the origins of our federal government. I tried to fix the audio a bit on the fly is really really crappy. So while he was walking around Wall Street, trying to figure out where exactly the corruption was, he was actually responsible for the arrest of someone we know john,
  • you're going to see handcuffs come out this week. You need to live the rest of your life. Knowing that everyone we are you see us arrest now is going to suspect your fingerprints are on his problems. Three days later, they arrested a guy named Raj Raj an American from galleon remember this the first big arrest in like a decade ago. Do you remember galleon? No, I don't actually galleon, I think you might have been there. It was one of these hedge funds in Silicon Valley. And I think we were meevo at that point, Poncho become me vo and we were trying to get them to invest money. And I thought you were there for sure. And we went to galleons office and the head guy. He was on his way to New York. And he's like, Oh, yeah, it was all Indian guys. And yeah, well, we're gonna we're gonna do this. We do. We see great potential. And literally two weeks later, we see the guy getting arrested in New York, for you know, whatever, insider trading and they arrested 200 people and Patrick Byrne was responsible for that arrest in like a decade ago on Wall Street.
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  • There was three days later, and then they went on and I recall arrested about 200 people on about 120 actually didn't time.
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  • Okay. So that's his credentials. And that is that is verified. And he was I don't know about his letter that he says he had. But now we get to the good meat of it. And this is all new information. So through a number of circumstances, he winds up dating Maria butina, the redhead who was showing up at republican get togethers and at first, you know, he was a little weird. Now he's not married or anything. So he could do whatever you want with anybody. But at first he kind of kept her at arm's length. And because he had previously been working with the FBI who went over, he's going to go over to Russia. He called him and said, Hey, I'm going to go over to Russia. And this on upon invitation of Maria butina. So long story short, she comes back and they're still kind of together, and the FBI gets in contact with him again. And basically what happened was looking back, they were over already engineering it and in fact, I didn't really understand The details, you'd have to read the capture. But what was going on? They were already engineering it with her. And I stumbled over it is what happened?
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  • Oh, oh, yeah. Engineering. And
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  • they were I know that they were working on it by September 2015. I think they were working on it by July of 2015. They may have all started in March of 2015. And all that really happened was they knew all about me, then. I mean, they knew all about her when I reported her already. And that's why their actions from then on were quite strange with me, that man and black and I could tell something, they weren't being honest with me. But I couldn't tell what. Well, in retrospect, with everything that came out of sands and putting all the things very clear, this was all being set up by the summer of 2015, the whole Russia gate thing. So he kind of accidentally stumbled into this Russia gate because he's hanging out with this Russian girl. But then the feds take them aside, and they say, you know what, you got to come back to work force, we need you to do something. And this is the most incredible part of the story. They told me Hillary had taken a bribe. They only told me a couple times, he said, Hillary, just you know, it's Hillary, because it's not easy to understand. They told me Hillary had taken a bribe, they only told me a couple things. They said First, there's two groups that bureau investigating Hillary Clinton. This is late 2015. They said one group is going after her emails, and we think that's a whitewash. But the other group is in New York, and they're looking into Clinton financials, and they really want to get her and Kami has been blogging that group, Patrick, from going aggressive, like using a sting. But information has come in that Hillary has taken abroad, and they told me who it was from and how much foreign government it was in the low 10s of millions, I won't say how it was done was the foundation. And they said, because we have that information. That group in New York now got the cloud to force commies hand, and force comi to approve a sting. And now we're reaching out to you just set up this thing. And this thing was there was a second government that they believed wanted to pay her bribe. And it was, it was in the teens of millions. And my assignment was a country I'd never been to, but my assignment was to be friend, that government sign the bag man, they had a, they, they had a belief of who the bag man within the government was going to be. So it was my assignment to, to get to that country, befriend the government, befriend the bag, man, and get that person 10 minutes alone in a room with Hillary Clinton. And that was the that was the objective that sometime in the next two months, there's going to be a room that Hillary Clinton walks in and the bag man is in and then 10 minutes alone. You take it from there pack. So so the first bribe I'm pretty sure is the uranium one because it was about 20 or $25 million. That then went into the Clinton Foundation. I don't know who the second country was that were trying to bribe her. It could have been a number of maybe Ukraine, maybe Kazakhstan grant could be China could be China, it could be anything. So he sets it up. And I'm just telling I'm filling in the blanks, because it's very long winded as you can tell. He says that he sets it up. And the way it's gonna work is so it's not on her calendar. Hillary is going to stay at a hotel. She's going to go down in the elevator, but she gets off on the fourth floor. So spend 10 minutes in the room, she grabs the bag, and then she goes down to the lobby and no one knows that this took place. He set it up. It did take place. But then the curtain came down total blackout. And and he was waiting for the FBI to come back to him and say, Well, great job. We nailed it. We got a good job. But no, that wasn't it. This happened and I should I don't get it. I don't get it. And they gave me this story. That was, look, it's been we've figured out the bureau knows Hillary is going to be president, nothing can stop that now. And first thing she's going to do, which day she becomes president is she's going to send her goons over to the FBI. And they're going to say who investigated Hillary and all of us who were part of it, Patrick will be destroyed. And that includes you. So this mission has been scrubbed from the highest levels. This has been scrubbed. So the mission had been scrubbed from the highest levels. Yes. In fact, he says when he was he went back to the feds a couple months later, and said, You know, this really doesn't sit well with me. And I guess they were in the room that was bugged. And when they were talking about this came from someone higher than than the FBI. They were pointing to the ceiling as in, you know, a we can't talk here, but he realized that it was indeed President Obama. And this is this is the best part. Now remember, everyone thought Hillary was going to win. And so the FBI they got freaked out miss it all, man We can't we can't be trying to take her down, because she's gonna win. And she'll have our heads on sticks like a no agenda meetup.
  • And here is the entire reason for Obama calling it off at least the exposure of her corruption, wait for this. And next they let their hair down. And they told me the truth. They told me, Patrick, what's really going on is this. President Obama has his people across the federal bureaucracy at this point, but especially the DOJ. Think of them as being a Bunsen burner at the heart of the DOJ. And that information about the bribes you were part of gathering is going to be sitting on that Bunsen burner. Hillary is going to be president for eight years, and nothing's going to change that. But while she's president, the hand on that knob is going to be one of Barack Obama's people. The whole time Hillary is president. If she's a good girl, and defends Obamacare, knob stays the flame stays low. She's a bad girl, and thanks for yourself that flame gets turned up high. And that way, brock obama is going to manage Hillary Clinton for the eight years. She's president and then she's going to step down and Michelle's gonna run and Patrick, that's the plan.
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  • When you hear it like this is totally logical. Totally logical.
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  • Well, you can see that being there thinking, yeah. And I love that they were they wanted to have Michelle run after after Hillary, which sounds like a bunch of boneheads. Well, yeah. Yeah. Well, we'll see after Tuesday, how boneheaded they are. So just two straggling clips of this fantastic tale. This is how the FBI was being controlled by someone we know. Months later, they come back and say, We want you to get her back in your life. We want him to know this never happens in America and all of our three careers. We've never heard of this when he says hurry. The talking about butina
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  • is being asked to sleep with anyone to get information. Wow. You're being asked. Merman rekindled,
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  • they literally were asking him to start a relationship again with her. And here's why. Well, wait. Didn't the guy say? We've never asked somebody to sleep with someone to get information? Is that what he said?
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  • The FBI?
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  • Not to see I just to
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  • not American citizens agents do all the time. But I don't think America I don't think plain citizens are asked to do that. Oh, God. Yeah, you're right. He's not he's not a member of the agency. Yeah, at this point, he's just a good confidential informant. He's the CEO of Overstock. makes it even better. information. Wow. You're being asked to resume a romantic rekindle your romantic relationship. And Maria, I get to the bottom of anything to do with Maria and Russia, here in the United States. And this war, these instructions are your chain of command. Oh, the chain of command gets very interesting. They also explained that Director Brennan had of the CIA there that a law had been passed in Oh, wait, that said under certain conditions, the CIA director can sign a piece of paper and kind of take control of the FBI. The CIA itself was not involved, but its director was running the FBI for the purposes of what I'm telling you. And they said this, so this is you're still working for you're working for the FBI, you're gonna be back with Maria, you'll be working the FBI, Director of the CIA is commanding the FBI for this mission. And this whole thing is being done at the request of brock obama, and President Obama. And that is executive order 12 333 couldn't get any nicer. And indeed, now the language is complicated, but if you parse it, the CIA director can indeed take over and direct the FBI according to executive order 1233, which I don't know if it's still on the books, if that was if there was an override by by Trump. But that seems to fit within how Brennan was a part of this whole thing continuously doing spying and affairs internally. We know that Brennan has always been Barack Obama's handler. entered john Durham into the conversation. Oh, yes. We've been waiting. This is why Patrick Byrne came out. Now. He said that the FBI everyone had promised him they were going to tell all this before the election. He says now they're not doing it. They're all talking about Durham's. Now Derm. is supposed to be the it's supposed to be the thousands of sealed indictments report. This is what we've been waiting for. Patrick Byrne says he's been waiting for it for months and months but COVID slowed it all down and, and Durham is such a great guy because he's the guy That unwound the whole whitey Bolger corruption FBI scandal. And he's working on it. So the guy who cleaned that up was john, john Durham has in the in the real in real life john Durham is the prosecutor one and put together this massive federal prosecution that unwound a 20 year conspiracy. So there's no one more experienced than in the country than than he is, I suppose other than Rudy Giuliani, if you go back far enough, but who took down the mafia in the in the late 80s or early 90s in New York, so that's john Durham now, but I think what's happened is, this just is what would sprawling I think, everywhere they dig it just sprawl, I think that they're, what they're discovering is like what I discovered when I bubble heads with Wall Street, At first, I thought it was dealing with like a couple criminals on the fringe. And it turns out, and I eventually started realizing I was like, in a ship wouldn't ship that you're down in the hole and you find that the whole thing is Warmington, the whole you thought it was just a couple timbers that needed to be replaced? No, the whole thing the wood is just rotten. Warmington? Well, I think that's what john Durham is finding. I think there are so many places this sprawls into. And, and I think that he's probably my guess. And so this is pure guesswork. I don't think that's not in the press. I mean, that's why
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  • I think that he's trying to be really complete and deliver everything in one go. And I think that if it had to do over again, I wonder if they would, would make the same decision because it just gets so sprawling.
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  • And right now, the latest count, oh, the latest count is over 200,000 sealed indictments across the United States. Yeah. It in line with this, these clips, I've got one to just kind of spice things up. Okay. This is from October 9. And we have heard nothing since. And you remember this, we will all remember when we hear it. You'll remember I was close to this. Even when I was a member of congress when I served on the Benghazi committee. Now what seems like a little bit time ago, we've got the emails, we're getting them out, we're gonna get all this information out so the American people can see it, you'll remember how there was classified information on a private server should have never been there. I should never have done that. I was unacceptable behavior. It's not the kind of thing that leaders do. They don't put that kind of information out. And you can see whether it's Russia or China or Iran, or the North Koreans who want to get their hands on this kind of information, classified information needs to stay in the right places. Secretary Clinton, when she was here at the State Department did not do that.
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  • The President has the authority to declassify anything he wants off all authority is to him?
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  • Could he declassify it and order it released if he wanted to? And if you order?
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  • Absolutely, we're gonna get there. We're gonna get this information out so the American people can see it.
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  • If he worked order that would there be concerns about maybe health and safety of sources or methods that could possibly be in these emails, if there's classified information.
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  • And I've been at this a long time with President Trump for four years now almost. I've never seen him do anything that would put any kind of asset any kind of one of our officers in any harm's way. He wouldn't do that. We'll get the information out that needs to get out. And we'll do it in a way that protects the intelligence sources that we need to
  • 2:38:37
  • protect. And last question on that. Well, that happened before the election. Do it
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  • as fast as we can. I certainly I certainly think there'll be more to see before the election. Well,
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  • no.
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  • Unless it happens today.
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  • Oh, hold on. Hold on. Hold on. JOHN. I'm sorry. For some reason you went on mute. Say again. I said that this was this is not happening. This pump pail just full of shit is obviously not happening, although we do have the Biden crime syndicate. The hunter Biden laptop from hell, as it's been built by the president, which you know, comes directly from Mannion, Steve Bannon over there with his war room and Dimmick and his host, Steve benyon they have a new document
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  • it's the Deadman switch
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  • just when you thought it couldn't get crazier with anthony wiener having a folder named insurance policy with thousands of emails Ah, let's go to the war room to listen in to see what they've discovered now on hunter Biden's laptop jag max he's gonna have more he and Noah Benjamin they've got the receipts anything they can't get in the show. They're gonna be putting up on the day we put it up on the on the site, right? This is where we got these guys Have you know you're the You're the worst nightmare these major dump and what's so frightening is there's more we've been going through this for days and days and in Hunter's little secret PDF file. Every single thing is a crime. He is holding this over every single person he knew. So people start coming forward because he is not on your side. You think he held all this reasonable? 100% No treasure chest? No, no, no, no, no, no chance that this had a Deadman switch on it. They were all put there by Hunter in a special file designed to betray everybody he is crimes with it. Because it's. It's so mind boggling. Tom wonders, NBC News. We invite you to come over today. Hey, you said what jacket? No, I said what the team will show you all the receipts show you all the evidence. We're already handing out thumb drives. You may as well come get one. Come on. Come on. Come on over it. We got all that we got the receipts. These guys are all Judy about. Yes. got nowhere. Well, I don't know. Let's see the PDF. I'm sure. It'll have to go somewhere. Sometime. There's something else probably on Wednesday. Yeah, the minute if Joe wins right away, take down. If Joe loses, who cares? That's pretty much what we're dealing with. Yeah. Yeah, I know. I ran into this and this is only the same lines that as that. Of that what you just played? Hmm. So I ran into this. I've ran into it online. I cannot find it. It's not on the ABC rundowns. It's not when you run the news like for example, I do have an ABC to Friday rundown of the news, which is a minute 46 you want to hear all the news rolled into their 30s.
  • 2:41:36
  • to the finish, President Trump and Joe Biden criss crossing the Midwest, dueling rallies in Minnesota and Wisconsin, as the Midwest and the West see that alarming surge in COVID cases? The President downplaying the virus, saying doctors get more money if someone dies from COVID at his son, Don Jr, saying overnight, why are they talking about deaths, the numbers almost nothing, just as Americans learned of another thousand deaths in 24 hours that Joe Biden tonight said Donald Trump has surrendered to the virus at the major headline emerging this evening involving the early vote at what we're now seeing it Texas four days ago. But when will we know the results? Even as President Trump insists on knowing the results on election night the reality check here tonight. eight states including key battlegrounds won't even begin opening mail in ballots until Election Day. So which states could we know first? At which key battlegrounds are warning tonight Be prepared to wait for days possibly for final results. JOHN Carlin Mary Bruce standing by live the highest number yet more than 92,000 new cases of COVID in just 24 hours. That was the concern as the colder weather arrives record numbers from Wisconsin to Ohio to Illinois tonight weather halting eating in restaurants again. At the state health director they're saying they're now seeing the flu and COVID in some patients. Tonight a deadly earthquake the magnitude 7.0 earthquake toppling buildings hitting parts of Turkey and Greece here at home outrage this evening. One of the officers in the Breanna Taylor case now suing Taylor's boyfriend for shooting him. After Lori Loughlin reporting to prison tonight as the first major snow in the northeast and what to expect from Chicago to Boston this weekend.
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  • Wow, ladies and gentlemen, stay with us now. Right now you go. That's your that's your ABC Friday. Mo so so I run I ran into this. This is Tom yamas. Yes, this is this is fantastic. Where did this come from? What
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  • do you mean? Where did it come from? Why did he do it? You mean? It's
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  • Tom yamas. We know is ABC correspondent. And where did this play? didn't play on ABC. Not NBC Nightly News. You just heard the rundown. It wasn't. It wasn't on that one before. Was it on GMA? Was it on ABC News stream, which is my suspect interest? I can't find it. All I have is the clip that I stole from Twitter. And it's a good clip and it looks like they're trying to do the job and I'm sure they're gonna we reported on it reported on it.
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  • Yeah. But it's, it's like like, like wolf blitzer saying, well, I push back on Nancy Pelosi, I push back on the DNC. Yeah, it's
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  • the clip. It's a hedge at issue was Hunter butterhead. profiting
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  • off his dad's work as vice president? And did Joe Biden allow it? We're talking about millions of dollars in at least two countries. Mr. Vice President Tom yamas. ABC News. How you doing? I got a quick question for you. It's a question we tried to ask repeatedly. Can we ask you about Ukraine and China
  • 2:44:39
  • but kept getting blocked questions about foreign deals his son hunter Biden pursued my father, Joe Biden, in countries with Joe Biden is
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  • working as America's top diplomat.
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  • In 2014, Ukrainians sick of corruption revolted.
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  • Vice President Joe Biden went to Kiev To help the new government you have to fight
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  • the cancer of corruption.
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  • But then something strange happened.
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  • Just three weeks later, a Ukrainian natural gas company who was accused of corruption appoints hunter Biden, seen here in their promotional videos to their board of directors paint his firm
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  • more than a million dollars a year.
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  • Hunter, a lawyer who had just been discharged from the Navy reserves for testing positive for cocaine, Mr. Hunter. He has served on other boards,
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  • but had no known experience in Ukraine or natural gas. We went to Kiev and found even among Joe Biden supporters in Ukraine, hunters hiring was troubling. How do you judge what hunter Biden was doing? I think
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  • that hunter Biden did a very bad thing. And he was very warm. He allows his name to be abused. I think
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  • I found the piece on ABC News on ABC news website. I think it's probably didn't run it didn't air but they did produce this video piece in a huge article about all the problems. It is Biden sidesteps questions about his son's foreign business dealings but promises ethics pledge and then ledge well that killed me. Oh, okay. Nevermind. But we're all good, Rafik. Because that play? Drop it? Yeah. He's pledged something. I'll put that in the show notes. It's interesting. It's good reporting. Actually, it's in their blood. They do a good job. And they cover all the bases. But so what, and we're bitching about mainstream? I think we should probably talk about don't rap grand green row. Well, for you want to talk? Yes. You've mentioned it. This happened right at the end of our last show. I want to start that discussion. By No, what was show was greenwater. All in all the time he come in and help them out democracy? No. He was there constantly. Oh, two. They loved him. So
  • 2:47:03
  • they throw him under the bus.
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  • Well, wait, should we should we first explain what happened? Not everybody? I'm sure you wouldn't. Right. Why don't you explain what happened? You caught it before I did. Yeah. So Glenn Greenwald, who? We've always been admirers of his work.
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  • Yeah, he does good work. He's, he he's kind of
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  • straight down the middle kind of guy.
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  • At least when it comes
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  • to aggressive angle. It's impressive angle, right. And he's not dishonest. We followed him since he started what we call the $250 million blog. Because that's what we were joking about it because it was set up and financed by Pierre Omidyar from the Omidyar network. And he's a PayPal billionaire. And he's a very, very, he's kind of like a Soros guy. And he sponsors a lot of liberal left, groups, etc. So we are all kind of looking at the intercept, which we jokingly call the $250 million blog, as Okay, we'll see how long it takes until the corruption sets in. And Glenn Greenwald, kind of happily went on his way and continue to do great reporting. And this was after the Snowden revelations when he was working for The Guardian. And and the New York Times was in that Gambit as well. Of course, that all turned sour. Because everyone loved what Snowden was top of the bill. Everybody loved him until Wikileaks started, you know, doing stuff that was anti Hillary Clinton emails, etc. Then glean Glenn Greenwald, somehow by association became kind of tainted and like, Oh, he's kind of geeky, cuz he stands up for Wikileaks and WikiLeaks is no good. WikiLeaks also used to be loved by everybody, for those of you who haven't been around for, you know, seven or eight years. And all of a sudden he abruptly resigns from the intercept, saying that he wanted to publish a any has contractually, he can publish whatever he wants. And if the intercept doesn't want it, then he can take it to some other outlet. So they refused to publish his article, at least without heavy editing. Where he I think it was kind of only mentioning the hunter Biden issues, not necessarily much about the hunter Biden coverage. I read it. Oh, yes. Oh, yeah. It's out. It's on substack. All right. With Ty ABS stuff. Right. It was about in the he said that they they would let him run the piece in, except he has to take off out anything about Joe Biden in any anti Joe Biden stuff. Right. And as he described it on his various interviews, he ended up on Tucker show. He described it as they they want Joe Biden to be the president and so they wouldn't let me run this piece and so he quit in a huff. And for which we congratulate him and I immediately value for value I immediately subscribe to him on substack Tina subscribe to we I love him I love what Ty Eb I don't agree obviously with everything but that's how it's supposed to go. These guys are good journalists and they need to be supported and I will gladly help him with this podcast because he needs some sound help. Starting with that, I bought that damn mic that he has to see you and it's crap. The shore 55 it's not it's not the mic for me, that's for sure.
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  • Yeah, well, it's not the mic. I would recommend
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  • No, no. Anyway, so he also used to be in fact, we've probably played many clips of Glenn Greenwald from Democracy Now because that's the beat lots of because He's good. He's a little wordy. He's a little wordy when he writes too. He's not a he's not the writer. He is the guy you want to read what are just recently tight writing is dynamite. Greenwald is wordy, and he goes on and on he may say wrote this thing. So and he did so that what got me was listening to Amy, basically throwing him under the bus. And then read from a press release by the editor in chief of the intercept some woman who if you look at a picture of you go oh my god, I can just see this coming. Jesus SJW Max, and just harsh, harsh woman and she reads this press release and just base and leaves it at that without defending him or anything. I thought this was one of the lowest creepiest things Amy has ever done on that show to throw out her guy that has done nothing but help that show and throw him under the bus like this. It was disgusting.
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  • Immediate news, the Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Glenn Greenwald has resigned from the intercept after accusing the news outlet of censoring an article he wrote about Joe Biden. Greenwald, who co founded the intercept accused editors of refusing to quote publish the article unless I agree to remove all of the sections critical of the candidate they want to win. Greenwald's article focused on disputed corruption allegations about Biden's son hunter that first appeared in The New York Post. In a statement the intercept said in part while he accuses us of political bias, it was he who is attempting to recycle the dubious claims of a political campaign, the Trump campaign and launder them as journalists Oh
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  • wow.
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  • And there was no words you know, there was nothing like that didn't mention anything of the work that he's done with her on the show none of that she is such a creep for doing this report. Yeah, I mean, I've always thought she was a creepy but she is a total creep for doing this to grant Glenn Greenwald and by the way, Scott Adams just to make you feel a little better talked about this a little bit in column Jeff Greenwald. I don't know why that's You make me feel better. It is funny. I do enjoy it. But this was this was just gusting Wow. She never asked for his comment never brought you know, normally in a normal day and he would have brought him on he would come on. Anybody that is normal, yak yak yak thing, but no, no, she didn't invite him. She just read that press release from the from the intercept, slamming him and a lot of it goes back according to time it actually goes back to Greenwald's not going along with the program with Russia gate. Right. Right. He was a very he was a naysayer from the beginning. Yeah. But he was skeptical about it. And he asked questions and didn't get answered. I mean, any answers? I mean, it's kind of like Dershowitz. You know, Dershowitz was the constitutional lawyer of America. And the minute he said, Hey, you know, I don't see it that way. Then all of a sudden he's the douche. He's done. He's He's, yeah, he's completely into a speaking of noodle. Let me just give you a few. We got some interesting noodles going on. We should probably play the play the noodle gun song. That's not it. Where is it? He is
  • locked in loaded. Gun is where people try to virtue signal, usually Black Lives Matter or something of that ilk. And it backfires on them. And this is for Northwestern University. So during a recent online town hall meeting, several employees admitted, and you know how this goes, you see this in corporate emails all the time, they admitted publicly, they are racists, and even admitted to acting as gatekeepers of white supremacy. This was just written word. You know how it goes like, Hi, I'm the president of the school. And I realize I'm a racist. I have acted as a gatekeeper of white supremacy, I'm sorry, blahdy, blahdy blahdy, blah. Well, now they're being sued for being racist, because they basically admitted it. Now, now, there's this There's an investigation underway to take them to court for doing exactly what they admitted they had done. So they were virtually they were virtue signaling and getting called out on it is fantastic.
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  • That's the best story ever.
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  • That's a great story. I feel sad for the Girl Scouts. Girl Scouts of America. Boy, you know they already noodle gun, the Boy Scouts. But there was a tweet, a tweet that went out. That said Hold on, I got it. Here it is. Congratulations, Amy Coney Barrett on becoming the fifth woman appointed to the Supreme Court since its inception in 1789. And they go on to show that Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and I think Sotomayor and Amy Coney Barrett were in the Girl Scouts, so they're proud of this. Oh,
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  • noodle gun. Oh, no, because the meat they did take the tweet down. Because immediately Amy Coney Barrett believes trans girls shouldn't be in the Girl Scouts. Because she doesn't believe that trans girls are girls. This is horrible.
  • They're ruining everything. noodle, it's a big ask noodle. And then a minor minor noodle. Costco has dropped a particular brand of coconut milk. Because yes, this is a great story. This is Harley minor. Costco joins 25,000 retailers including Walgreens Food Lion, and more which following as Peters investigation, people for Ethical Treatment of Animals have banned the sale of these coconut products because they use forced monkey labor to retrieve coconuts forced monkey labor. I thought that's what we were on this podcast. But no, no, no, no, there's real forced monkey labor. And we're very sad to hear about it all. And that's your apparently, to get these coconuts down these monkeys run up the coconut tree and then they shake the tree. Or they grabbed the coconut and maybe throw them down and they think it's fun. I don't know. But there's a lot of monkeys that do this. But somehow being forced to do this. I don't know how that works. Are they in Shane's in bondage? They're dragging him out there to
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  • somebody pounding a drum in the corners, the monkeys are all going up and down and saying, Oh, we got to break out of here. Just doesn't make any sense. It's just monkeys.
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  • Imagining Imagine all the people who could do that.
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  • And indeed, we do a few people to thank and maybe there's a monkey in the group. I'm not sure. At least his life great. It's a great time to be alive and to be doing a podcast, horse, horse monkey labor, and then they knuckle under. I know, Costco. That's what's so fun. I'm gonna turn in my card. Say I can't be a part of your your club anymore. I have to get a clip from a thing called driving while black. It's a documentary and it's mostly about the Green Book.
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  • yes. And it's a great documentary. And they talked to the publishers division original push a black guy who dreamed up the Green Book back in the 30s I believe in he took it to publishers to try to get it printed. And one guy I think it was in New Jersey says yeah, we'll print it. But people will refuse it be a black and not gonna print your book. And so he says he starts to print a book and a bunch of his employees. exactly the same as today. They're all virtue signaling because then it was okay to be racist, right? So we're not printing this book. We're gonna we're not gonna print this book. I'm not printing his book, all his employees. He said, Well, if you don't print the book, you're fired. I just get somebody else in here to print the book and they all knuckled under and print the book. Nobody does that anymore.
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  • Okay, this is what happened. Woody Allen's book. Okay, you tier two You're the boss. I'm gonna we're gonna let that print the book cuz you said so. I just thought it was great to the guy so yeah, you can go some work somewhere else asshole. Well, there's no there's only one true things you can say to that when when someone wants to do that to you or your company.
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  • first thing Do you have an end of show I so
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  • your mic fall off the stand again you can't you can't cover that I hear it I
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  • I've heard it three times in the show at least two times in the shell.
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  • This is the only time when you were hearing Okay.
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  • Well how does that happen? Just tighten that stuff up tighten it up
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  • let's I got a tight as I can. Oh, let's start with Biden divide. Nice. So just to start this off. We heard this already.
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  • Yes. The Biden ISO. Is this the one you're talking about standards
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  • Okay, let's just go to this one doing things. Is that an
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  • ISO? Just doing thing ISO.
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  • Doing thing got it doing your thing? Oh, I like that one is nice. Oh, that's kind of guy like that.
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  • Yeah, it's good in this show. We're
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  • doing that thing. Yes. Okay. Anyone else? There's that it
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  • got two more. Okay. reckless.
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  • Okay. Reckless,
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  • reckless and competence and intentional cruelty.
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  • Hmm, no, no, I'm not. I'm not calling for Amy. That's fine.
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  • I do. I didn't. There's a Tucson one from last time.
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  • Do we? Oh, we didn't play that one last time.
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  • No. No, I think doing
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  • your thing. That's the one I think doing your thing is the one that's the future president of America. Yeah, you might as well go.
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  • Might as well go for that. Maybe we're ahead of the curve. Mm hmm.
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  • So I've got a couple more clips just to wrap things up. For one day have a WTF clip from democracy. Now. Tell me what do you think this this is about
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  • 30 year old immigrant from Mexico who was killed by Border Patrol last week in the town of San Ysidro is demanding an independent investigation into his fatal shooting.
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  • Wait a minute, the dead guy is demand. No, this can't be over here that again.
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  • 30 year old immigrant from Mexico who was killed by Border Patrol last week in the town of San Pedro is demanding an independent investigation into his fatal shooting.
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  • Now there's got to be something before that. that's beside the point. Or since we're sewing Do you could easily clip this out. It shows how easy you can do this. If you want to screw with Trump. You can do it. You can screw with Amy. I'm just screwing with
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  • Oh, okay. Well done. show how easy it is. Yeah, well done.
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  • Here is a this is another one. This is. This is again from democracy now. Not that I'm just hounding this show on this show. But I want to play this clip is called How is this news and it ran right with her news presentation as if it was any sort of news that anybody cares about. And it begs the question, how is this news
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  • and longtime peace and justice activist Ted Gluck is continuing a month long hunger strike ahead of the presidential election as he hopes to encourage undecided voters to support Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. Glick launched a hunger strike on October 3 and will conclude it on election day. He spoke to Democracy Now last night.
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  • I'm on day 27 What'll end up being a 32 day fast to defeat Trump? I've lost 30 pounds so far. I'm doing this to underline the urgency of our situation and how people who get it on how bad Trump is. They need to vote for Biden, in the battleground states in particular, we do stand up now for our rights, our people our climate, and doing it by getting Trump out of there.
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  • Sad.
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  • I was this news. But the guys on a
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  • hunger strike. I mean, the whole thing is just this is a promotion for Biden guy starving himself for Biden, great.
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  • This guy's name Glick. Is that Is it? Do we know Glick?
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  • No, that's the other thing. I don't know who this guy is James Glick. No, no. Well, that would be funny. No, it's not James. All right. Hmm.
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  • Very taut.
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  • I got another clip here. Who's talking about spiking the ball? Yeah. So john Lithgow writes this this children's book of rhymes is all about Trump and he's a jerk and it goes on and on. So they so they put a bunch of Hollywood guys together the same old you know, the same old usual suspects. And they read segments from the book and I just goes on forever, but I clipped a bit of it. I kept 29 seconds from a few of the people now jump in. Now this is this is the latest thing that the Hollywood celebrities have been doing is they'll get on a zoom call and they'll take either a like I saw a Fast Times at ridgemont High and they were doing that every table reads Exactly. And it's supposed to be a little sizzle. Cool. It's so cool.
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  • Oh my god, I couldn't believe they're doing a table read mine was fantastic.
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  • This is a variation because this is a book that Lithgow wrote and they just start reading from it. And you get this you get a genuine sense of spiking the ball when you just listen to these 29 seconds of the very beginning.
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  • The Tory or the tiger King.
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  • Take a moment to pity the poor GOP there is lost and confused as a party can be inspired by their recent calamitous stories. Here's a family fable. We'll call it the Tories.
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  • generations have passed but the Tories endured a Washington family proud and assured their forebears had left them with money and power rake in the bushes and Dwight Eisenhower.
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  • What
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  • completely made no sense to me any of that I
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  • just know it's a poem about some Lion King and it's supposed to be Trump and they don't like
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  • it's just you watch this and you go specific. What do these people think they are for one thing? Very well, I I predict that as we as we slowly come out of what we're in. Hollywood is dead. Movies are gone. Movies are not going to come back to streaming companies can't make money. Netflix does not make money. Amazon, okay, but they're not. They just have video on demand. They're not really an algorithmic type of deal. Disney doesn't want half of the crap that control by China. These actors have been out of work for a year. And people are sick and tired of a whole celebrities complaining about sitting in their mansions. I think it's over. I think Hollywood is his stuff is changing. This is the year of the podcast. That's clear.
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  • I think I didn't see that coming. I think Hollywood
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  • Hello. In Hollywood who made 100 million dollars this year, Joe Rogan a podcaster? Yeah, that's true. Excuse me. Okay, the last clip I have I got other clips rising. I got one more maybe after this. But this is this is john. This is a clip that forgettable clip from years ago. This is john kerry talking about that Ukrainian deal that word Biden got the guy fired for a billion dollars. I will tell you because as Secretary of State, I was deeply
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  • involved in this. All of us in the administration.
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  • Were trying to get rid of that prosecutor
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  • the secretary of state to the vice president all of us were working on
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  • that Ambassador and and we knew
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  • if Ukraine was going to survive and win the revolution in the end the mind on they had to get rid of that prosecutor. Oh, man, I would it would make my day to have all these people locked up. I mean, just just for that head alone and for and by the way, nice way to violate the no carry rule. But okay, you know, and so we've played the clip before, so I guess you could call it a throwback clip. Yeah, but we do have rules about john kerry clips. I know but this is not he's not too boring here. That was actually animate. I'd forgotten that he was so intimately involved. Yeah, he's another part of The whole scam douchebags,
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  • all of them.
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  • All right? Well, nothing bad's gonna happen. If you want to play one last clip from me, we can go out. Yeah,
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  • sure, sure, sure. I have the seaspan call and typical. This is a typical, this is a Biden Biden supporter calling in. And it's all sounds so reasonable and kind of isn't. He wants to keep a chaotic type government and he's doing a good job of
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  • supporting,
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  • that's fine. How
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  • did you vote in 2016?
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  • And 2016?
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  • Is that your course? Yes.
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  • Yes. Ah, I did not vote for Trump in 2016.
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  • Okay, you voted for Hillary Clinton.
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  • Okay.
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  • He's always in Georgia. The South Georgia is gonna go gonna go blue. And it goes on and on. He said, sounds like he's from Georgia. And then he's been he's been a Hilde bot since the beginning. I mean, come on, get these guys off the air. Ladies and gentlemen, as I always say, every country gets the government she deserved so we too shall get whatever we deserve tomorrow here in the United States. This time. It's a little more interesting. Because he's Tuesday, Tuesday. It's not tomorrow.
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  • Yeah, should we wish Tuesday,
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  • tomorrow, Tuesday, whatever. I've already voted. I got my sticker. And on Thursday show regardless, or as we can say, irregardless, since it's in the dictionary. I will have a review of my pine phone, my Linux phone which just arrived which also functions as a desktop computer. So I'm very Oh, yes, it does. I'm very jacked about all that. Yeah, sure. Yes. Uh huh. I'll let you know how it goes. And of show mixes we have of course I'm Jessie Koi Nelson. We've got Rex Oh, without clothes. Oh, Coco is taking care of his brand new human resource. And we'll kick it off with Nostradamus and on no agenda. stream.com we'll have grumpy old Ben's Episode 106 stay tuned for that. And we will return on Thursday. If there is still a country left. We haven't burned it all down like everyone's afraid. Certainly douchebags in San Diego.
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  • Joe, I got Ukraine, I remember going over convincing our teams to convince the United that we should be providing for loan guarantees. And I went over, I guess 1230 time to keep going I was supposed to announce that there's another billion dollar loan guarantee. And I had gotten a commitment from Poroshenko and from the oxen yoke that they would take action against the state prosecutor and they did so they said they had it they walk out to press conference and I said I'm not gonna we're not gonna give you the
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  • going off
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  • on a weekend and witness sofa no matter the conclusion. I will make a bunch of promises to myself that I probably won't keep like a new year's resolution like next time I don't care who was running I'm not gonna do this. Four years later that a Sunday service losing my mind listening to Kanye somebody that the system most important election of our lifetime and you know I'm right back. I will fall victim to election season just a slave to the system listening to no one's going to break it down with the never ending wisdom thinking what if this country gave and said that Kanye West's directions to be driven driven Trump one that was such a great tradition to make the decision to run away from these lifelong politicians. I'm already getting so stressed out in the next shoe season. Sometimes I wish I was like the majority of this country is so stressed out in election season. No doubt going off the deep end is torture.
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