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  • Uncle Clarence Adam Curry Jhansi divorce November 5 2020. This is your award winning chemo nation media assassination Episode 1200 19. This is no
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  • agenda.
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  • Counting quantum dots and broadcasting live from opportunity's own 33 here in the frontier of Austin, Texas capital of the drone stars. morning, everybody. I'm Adam Curry from Northern Silicon Valley where everybody's pleased as punch. Because Trump's out. And Jessica borax.
  • Oh my goodness. Wow. It's a great time to be a podcaster.
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  • I guess
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  • podcasting is the only place we can still do something honest. Yeah. Did you see what happened to our most recent animated no agenda? Yeah, got got kicked off the YouTube. Yeah. But the reason why was interesting. And I'm saying this all for a reason, of course. But just wanted to read it. Yeah, just want to read. By animated no agenda. Our team has reviewed your content. Unfortunately, we think it violates our community guidelines. We think we've removed think, yeah, we've removed all we've removed the following content from YouTube. We knew Okay, we know that this might be disappointing. But it's important to us that YouTube is a safe place for all. If content breaks our rules, we remove it. If you think we've made a mistake, you can appeal and we'll take another look keep waiting for more details and how your content violated the policy. And here it is. Youtube does not allow or actually they say doesn't allow content that explicitly disputes the efficacy of local health authorities or World Health Organization guidance on social distancing and self isolation that may lead people to act against the guidance. So this is in reference to us playing Anthony Fauci literally telling us that anything above a 35 cycle count on PCR processing is should be invalidated.
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  • And I guess it was a clip of Fauci. It wasn't even a real animated no agenda. It was a clip of Fauci. Yeah. expert, an animated clip of Fauci and an animated clip. Yeah, you look better. Yeah, for some. So anyway, my point is, you take that into account. And you take into account what I saw and what we'll be discussing media wise.
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  • Election Night and for the past 48 hours, man, I think I started podcasting 2.0 right on time. The media has power and when I say the media I'm including the big technology companies in it
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  • they got power moves to you
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  • know, got news. I'm just saying no, actually it isn't because I started to decentralized podcasting again for this very reason that's why it's a great time to be alive.
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  • It's not actually your view did that you're doing a public service because it Oh, was that for Hold on.
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  • One second. We have we have an incredible zipper reform.
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  • Yeah, there it goes. It's gone.
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  • What do we have six. Ladies and gentlemen alert the Squawk Box on CNBC we have a six cars for economy in dire straits and Bitcoin 15,570 faster.
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  • Oh, my God.
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  • no coincidence. numbers.
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  • Look at the Bitcoin. Bitcoin went up like 1500 dollars during the past 48 hours. Very interesting to see that happen.
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  • So anyway, well, if it goes to a five cars after then that thing will be at 20,000.
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  • So anyway, what an interesting evening, and we're talking about Tuesday evening, when, I mean, I was looking, I was flipping through networks the whole time. And to this day, not one of the three cable news networks can agree on how many electoral votes belong to each candidate. And I took some pictures. 30 seconds from each other. I see msnbc Biden 205 Trump 209 at the same time on CNN, Biden to 19 Trump 171. Over on Fox News, Biden 237 Trump 213. I think we all forgot that it's the media that picks the president and they reminded us of this. Because when I saw Biden come out, doing it, it's like some kind of statement that's irregular. I can't recall any time that I could type that can remember that. There was some kind of speech that wasn't either a victory speech or concession Speech Can you uh it's one of those things that is probably is probably happened I
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  • don't know why it would happen generally speaking the thing is resolved by that same night
  • right don't remember anything dragon on like this set maybe Nixon Kennedy. Yes, I shouldn't comment on because I'm, you know, I'm the older one here and I remember a lot of stuff that people don't have never experienced. And this is deja vu. Okay. I mean, we had the same thing in the 60s with the Eldridge, Eldridge Cleaver, who I should mention became a Republican, eventually, Black Panthers, this very much of a, like, Black Lives Matter very important. Culturally, at the time, all we all everything we got to, we got to consider everything that we'd never considered before we always considered. Then we had the Nixon Kennedy election that was stolen, and Kennedy became president. It was stolen by the corruption in the state of Illinois and john Daly's machine. And they brought in these extra votes for Kennedy. And he went over at the very end
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  • out of the blue, where these votes came from, but Kennedy ends up winning puts us in the Vietnam War. But people love him. Yeah, CIA has to kill him, according to Ron Paul, well, me may want to take that clip up to put people back into the mood I want. And, and so then, and so Lyndon Johnson takes over Lyndon Johnson pulls some stunt as get the book that gets the black voters from 1964 to the present, with lots of documentation to only vote for democrats forever. And I think this election was similar to that kept, it hasn't ended. Now. And the whole thing is always began with the corrupt politician running the state of Illinois. And I see the same thing going on now. But but the kind of corrupt politician that john Daly wasn't or does, it was a john Daly, Mayor Daley's only daily family, how did Jay and his son was, that was high end stuff. I mean, they pretty much own the place. I mean, they were in the daily crime family, if you want to even call it that, because there's a government crime family, I guess, ran Chicago, and they grant the state of Illinois, pretty much this is not the kind of thing going on in Michigan, you have Whitmer? Well, not Well, before. Before we get into that part of it, I just want to focus on, I don't think people understand how this has worked historically, and how the media really interfered with the election results on Tuesday night. So the way it typically goes is based upon polls and historical information. ap in particular, but you know, all the news outlets have a system that will look at every single county in the state. And based on historical information, and the polling, which is you know, the historical information is going to be right, but polling may not be correct from one election to the next. When they see an x amount of votes for one of the other candidates, they do a calculation, and then they call the state before all the votes are tabulated. And this happened very early with Virginia, where and it was the it was the craziest thing, because you saw Biden had 30% of what was counted. That was very low count at that at that moment. And President Trump had over 50. And it stayed that way consistently. But everyone's like, No, no, Virginia is lost. And and this kept happening to blue states, clearly. And with red states, such as Texas, man, I mean, if it affects the 95%, and they kept it open and open and open. And so now we have the situation where the Arizona has been recalled, a than the media is now saying, Oh, well, I guess we can't call it for Arizona. But this all these things combined. put us into this state where everything stopped all of a sudden, and they would just please one of these calls that just got my attention. I think it was on it was I think it was on NBC consistent was my time there. I'm looking at these numbers. Vermont. Yeah, no votes that went for Biden. No, no precision, zero percent, zero percent. checkmark Biden, yeah. So there was no chance that and the poll thing, you know, another thing about the poll since you brought it up, is these guys were completely they were just more wrong and wrong and wrong. I mean, they and the democrats are pre celebrating the fact that they're Gonna take the senate again and they didn't and they won't. The one group that was right all along
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  • was the Trafalgar group.
  • And the Trafalgar group guy was on the bench Shapiro show and I happen to catch him. Okay, not that listen to the ben shapiro show, but I was driving around, picking up the mail. Oh, crap
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  • who sent it?
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  • Someone sent it to
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  • you. Nobody sent it to me. Okay, so I'm listening to this guy. And and he goes on and on about how they all screwed up. And he really condemned Fox. By the way, this guy that runs this, this is the website, if you were on Twitter during the whole thing. Like a few days before the election that got the website was basically tacked and bombed. He couldn't get on it. Right. And nobody wanted to Trafalgar groups numbers out, because they were showing it that the presidential race was neck and neck. And he accurately showed that the republican republican republicans were going to hold the Senate, and they were probably going to gain seats in the House, which is exactly what happened. And he said that, on the show, he discussed the reasons these other guys are all wrong. Which nobody wants to talk about. And I didn't see anybody on any of the networks bring this guy on. They're still bringing Nate Silver on. Nate Silver's the gal said Texas was going to go blue. Yeah, yeah. Well, he's his comment out if you want to know what what he thought the difference was and how they do their polling. First of all, he says, They and everybody's commented on this, the Republicans aren't going to give up what they're gonna do. They just don't talk to pollsters anymore. And he says, The days of the phone poll, where you call somebody on the phone done, he says, You're never gonna get the numbers are always bad. Now nowadays, right? People have gotten wise and they just don't they lie. He says that you have to literally go to the you have to do what the FBI does. You go in boots on the ground, get a neighborhood go to the neighbors.
  • Neighbors gonna do?
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  • Yeah, well, we're moving towards that kind of society anyway, so I guess that's good. But I saw, here's what tipped me off about just getting back to Biden all of a sudden saying, Hey, he's looking good, you know, count every vote, which is an important, important little quote. Well, no, it's it. The next day, Brian, the gay Crusader, who's in Philly, sent me pictures of a van opening and out came count every vote signs the whole world is what pre made the whole world is watching signs count every vote. masks, which he said, and then we're giving out free is, and this is high quality. So this is really good stuff. Conversely, there's the stop counting the votes, who also have pre made signs, but there they were clearly there, those signs are like whipped up last night, the count every vote, which is brought to you by the Hold on, I have it here
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  • brought to you by the socialist alternative,
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  • which is, you know, it's a nonprofit, they haven't filed taxes since 2017. But apparently, they can print up some signs. And then on the pro Trump side, the stop the count on Election Day, pathetic signs, and hats that say, election protection summit. So you know, this thing with Biden was clearly already set up. And the thing that bugged me the most, because he was in the parking lot with cars. Go back and look at that you will see, I mean, you like cars, right? You're interested in cars and your car gadgets and cars. So go back and look at that little speech that Bo Jaiden made, and tell me why you only see 2020 jeeps
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  • I'm sorry, 2020 jeeps.
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  • The all every single automobile that you see in the shot is a 2020 is a brand new Jeep. All the different models are there. I have not
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  • would have noticed this if I'd seen this. Yeah.
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  • And so I saw that I'm like, whoa, hold on a second. So that's staged? Me obviously, there's no enthusiasm for the guy. I just thought that was very funky, that they apparently just got a GM dealership to empty into the front row.
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  • Yeah, the parking lot.
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  • Yeah. And obviously, the Trump campaign was caught off guard because it took the president a good 45 minutes to get everything together and do a counter counter speech, in which he said, Hey, I knew that we're gonna do this. Hey, remember, I told you knew that we're gonna do this. And it's, you know, and he says we're taking it to the Supreme Court. So the media is they really did everything they could do. It was like the signal went out everybody call as much as you can Joe does his speech and then all of a sudden votes stop. And, and we have the weirdest graphs to look at with hundred thousand plus votes all of a sudden popping up 100% for Biden in Wisconsin and in Michigan, which is now being called a glitch.
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  • God love that glitch glitch.
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  • the Trump campaign just sent out a notice. And here's here's where it stands today according to the Trump campaign, and that is on the fifth. So Arizona. This is I'm reading directly from their statement. Facebook and Twitter have rightly removed Arizona from Biden's electric column on their official election map. And cnn never called it I am looking at Fox News right now and they still have Biden 260 for Trump 214. So Fox News has the Biden all numbers but the Biden numbers higher than CNN and MSNBC which is noteworthy. Let's see what they say countless heavily republican remain in play and will break in Trump's favor Maricopa County overnight was a pickup of 50,000 votes for Trump. Biden leads now 90,000 with 520,000 ballots remaining. We expect to win 70% of these ballots. I'm just reading what they're saying. We're now confident we will win Arizona by 30,000 votes. Georgia President Trump has built an insurmountable lead of over 100,000 votes. The Democrats cannot beat period it says North Carolina President Trump has built an insurmountable lead of over 76,000 votes that the democrats cannot beat period. Wisconsin President Trump is formally petition for state recount, as the current results fall within the 1% legal margin of error. Several outlying counties are leaning heavily republican including Kenosha Green Bay, Pierce and Richland. And Michigan President Trump believes we will win this state outright as several outlying GOP counties have yet to be counted. So there and of course we have Pennsylvania which I guess now is going into I think there'll be counting votes until January in Pennsylvania and I'm not really joking. But then count votes all they want there is a thing called the favorite states or something law that's specific to the electoral college where all the numbers have to be in from all the states on December 8. Oh, December 8, okay. But then we could go into into lawsuit land and it could goes in the 1800s it went into January, I believe
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  • 1870s
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  • well go into January they don't have to put the guy in office until
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  • until January.
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  • I don't find any of this really too unexpected. I personally feel a little guilty I think I should have accentuated better how, how this how this works with the media calling states. But this was on the media part very, very blatant. I don't think they anyone expects that they can push the election that way. But it seemed to me it just seemed like oh, we're gonna call all this stuff and make it complicated. No one had the same numbers. Joe comes out talks to the dealership, the Jeep dealership and then everything shuts down and it's a mess. That's what I saw.
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  • What was the what was the Jeep dealership? rally? Was that the one with Stevie Wonder.
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  • This? Well, it was the same stage. Yeah. It was the same stage as you'd use earlier the in the evening. And and when I want to. I just want to mention the Stevie Wonder concert.
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  • Which was really, really just
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  • I didn't see. I didn't see. It wasn't high end. tv.
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  • It wasn't it was not high end. But I want to play a couple of clips from it. One is the announcement and I just want to cuz again the media is giving everyone a you know, when Trump does a rally or anything people are Oh, yeah, but he's wearing a mass mass super spreader event. Meanwhile, I want to play the announcement at the Stevie Wonder Biden concert
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  • helped us to keep this event safe for everyone and stop the spread of COVID-19. Please stay in your vehicle at all times unless you need to use the restroom. If you do not, or if you do need to leave your vehicle to use the restroom. wear a mask practice social distancing from others not in your group and return straight to your vehicle as soon as you We're able to thank you for your cooperation.
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  • So Stevie Wonder comes out. So first of all, this is a rock concert you've ever seen or been to or had any piece of, what do you think happens when he goes up on stage? Everybody gets out of their car, everybody. They flock to stage and they all stand around, really? to have them not wearing masks. There's nobody in their cars
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  • because they wouldn't
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  • be there. By the way, there's only about 75 people we're talking about. With first Stevie Wonder concert is quite funny. And so he goes up, and they all stand around. And so then they do. He sings through four songs, I think at most, and then he, including something new. Yeah. And so then he says, Hey, everybody, I can't see you. But I think you should all go back to your cars. Your wonder say I can't see you. He really said that. Pretty much Stevie for you, man. He doesn't was kind of a known fact that he can actually see. But he he, everyone finally goes back to the course that that was ridiculous. Because you know, there's and diancie the media saying, oh, they're wrong. They're not word mass. And you're Amy Goodman. Oh, they're not wearing masks or not wearing masks? No, I didn't hear any of that. But then I do have one quickie. From the Stevie Wonder concert. This is Biden. And by the way, I have a new category of clips I'm going to call dsbs. Okay, um, shit. Biden says, Okay. And here he is complimenting Stevie Wonder. And I just thought this was the funniest thing I've heard for a while in terms of a compliment. And Stevie Wonder is here.
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  • A powerful voice for justice for a long time. And he's generally a national treasure,
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  • and generally, generally, generally, genuinely.
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  • Wow. Generally, poor Joe
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  • Torre joke. There were clues man throughout the night that something was up a lot of clues he's agitated. We'll have to see. You know, it's interesting. Even as we're speaking, Georgia, go back to Georgia for a moment. The Count has narrowed once again. Trump's lead has gone down. Take a look at this. Now. He's 33,300
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  • votes ahead of Biden's remind our viewers where was 24 hours ago.
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  • These are the moments that you live for when you're in Gitmo nation. I mean, come on. That's just one of those things that you go, huh, really?
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  • Yeah, you have better people sending you clips than me. I know. Well,
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  • for many nobody catches.
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  • catches that. Okay. I don't think there were many other observations for me necessarily. Other than, you know, it's just it that went really quickly. That whole move that was like, Whoa, including with the early Virginia call, which was just totally confusing. And I think this we always kind of knew that this would this would go to the courts. And already you're hearing Yes. If it goes to the Supreme Court. Here's the rumor. Amy Coney Barrett will recuse herself. Have you heard this?
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  • Well, this I've heard but where's this come from?
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  • Sir Jean, why would she be choosers? I don't know, either. The there's a there's a number of people who think she was a bad choice and for and this would be one of the reasons. I have no evidence of this. I don't know. I don't know. If she's gonna recuse herself, didn't it? Gorsuch should recuse himself associated Cavanaugh. Why? Why would case by Trump? Oh, I see. Yeah, that makes no sense. No, that makes any sense.
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  • Well, the couple of things that.
  • I mean, this brings up a couple of issues. One is the vote by mail thing was we predict it was going to be a fiasco to begin with, mainly because these states aren't equipped to do that much male vote, you know, male vote counting. They're just not it's not the same. And already, of course, I see. And even Scott Adams jumped on this one with a ludicrous kind of a I think a suggestion, but I know where this is going. This is going to be the following scenario. Oh, you know, the problem with the vote by mail is it did you took forever to cast the votes. And now we can't it because they had a bunch of people in Germany. I have some German clips. I tried. To get foreign clips about this poll event, and because the American news media didn't have anything to talk about except, except nothing.
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  • Well, they did. No, that's not true. I have a couple of short clips of the cable good.
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  • I'm gonna be very interested to hear him. But it did hit well let me finish by scenario here's what's going to happen is it goes from took forever because they Germans went to Delaware and they asked people is taken forever. We didn't know the results. You know, the first night we don't need what's what are we waiting for? It's gonna go to Internet voting. It jumps right to Internet voting from here. You don't have any of these problems, because the vote comes in and the machine tabulates them and boom, you got your answer. I agree with I agree with you that it will go to some form of blockchain some type of open ledger that gives the blockchain I mean, it would I mean, that makes a lot of sense. That is just for the simple reason that Bitcoin has proven that you can represent something on the internet and another person can take that as true and valid without anyone in the middle, which does away with the whole process. Nobody in the middle, what about the guy comes over your house holds a gun to your head to the computer and tells you to vote for bites. He's not in the middle, he's on one side. So are the big vote parties. Let's have a vote party. Let's bring everybody this is, by the way, this is democrat policies. This is Democrat, this is an old democrat trick. This is what they used to do in the south. They used to round up the you know, the blacks, and they'd bring him in and have them vote. And then they take their votes. And if they didn't like what they saw, they throw them out or not. And then they put him into the hopper and they win the election all the time. This is this is this is democrats style corruption. In fact, I mean, it's so democrats corruption, it's not even funny and and Internet voting will be 10 times worse. No wonder all the tech companies are on it. Because they're the ones they're gonna have to be manipulating the vote. Oh, yeah. Well, though, of course, we know how they do that to Dr. Epstein already testified in Congress. I mean, that's that's actually quite simple. The way they do that we know how they do it take took down our animated no agenda. And there you go, bastards. Just back to the Supreme Court for a moment. Just to give you a little bit of the, the vibe amongst, I would say the Democratic Party operatives who are in the media joy reid is a fine example of that. Not a DOS, by the way, but
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  • okay. So we'll see. And the Supreme Court and he mentioned the Supreme Court was very specific about that he did telegraph as if
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  • he can just take the election call it over
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  • right and announced that there won't be any more voting and that the Supreme Court will take over
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  • how it works not exactly clear that we can trust Amy Coney Barrett and Kevin Ah, and these others not to be just like Bill Barr, and so I think what scares people is that if he decides to do something that it legally makes no sense and you're right, but Mr. Bauer is ready for him. If somehow they managed to stumble into the Supreme Court. Did any of you guys trust uncle Clarence and at Coney Barrett and those guys to Uncle Clarence
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  • he said
  • uncle Clarence Yes, he did. What a racist
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  • pig. She
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  • is an unbelievable
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  • emotion that to me this morning, he says the lynching continues.
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  • Unreal. I mean, I know you don't like uncle Clarence, but man that's calling someone an Uncle Tom. I mean, that's almost as good as the C word and in this context, but there were all kinds of flubs and mistakes and people saying weird things. This is Lester Holt who I mean, the truth almost came out on this one.
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  • Yeah, I think the thing that was confusing
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  • listening and they do that is it presupposes that he's going to lose
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  • and
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  • that's certainly not the The fact is
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  • a chance of becoming pregnant.
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  • So he was gonna say it wasn't possible. But Okay.
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  • Sure.
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  • Now, this was so the way these the the polling in general the way a lot of these things were set up Georgia has quite a quite a fun state has a lot of influence in Georgia as well. This is an interview with someone overseeing the Fulton County polling stations. Listen to this,
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  • Georgia is one of the last few states that that hasn't been called. So it's our responsibility to get these things counted tonight, if we can, to at least help the process along so that people have peace of mind that all votes are counted in GA, and that we can move on to the provisional ballots that will be counted on Friday. We know
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  • a lot of these individuals that they are volunteers, all of them are volunteers. Is that right?
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  • Yeah, I mean, we there's a few of our staff here, but yeah, a lot of them are contract staff that we've won. And there are others that that that we hired is as late as this evening,
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  • as late as this evening.
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  • Where they trained to be able to handle this kind of pressure. We
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  • put them we swarm and health when they when they sat down and then ran them through simple training.
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  • We swarm a note and we took them through a webinar baby a pod dinner. Yeah, man, they're all trained up good to go. I'll take you into your foreign clips, because I also like looking at how the rest of the world views what's going on. And you know, Sky Australia, obviously a Murdoch property. And very conservative pro Trump, I would say even, but they figured it out. They know exactly. It's the same thing we're talking about here,
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  • the political media class, the political establishment have been repudiated and exposed yet again, they're the ones who have been telling us all along that this would be a landslide for Joe Biden. They're the ones who have been telling us all along that Donald Trump appeals only to racist, sexist, misogynist, and all the rest of it and white supremacists. They're the ones who have told us all along that this was going to be the great resetting in the American political landscape. And that has just not happened. Now. There's a lot of media commentators involved in this. A lot of politicians, a lot of political activists, they've all been completely wrong. Don't forget the pollsters, either. They've misjudged the politics of America, and they have missed judged their nation. So they stand exposed today and the mainstream have had their say, Now, if you think I'm exaggerating this, and I'm wrong in taking this interpretation out of the election result, we'll have a look at this. I'm going to show you one of the work left commentators on CNN, which is full of liberal lift commentators, Van Jones used to work for the Obama administration. And he was honest enough last night to realize that the when the democrats look like getting isn't really much of a winner at all.
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  • I think a lot of democrats are hurt tonight. I think there's a lot of hurt out there.
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  • There's a moral victory, and there's a political victory now, they're not the same thing. They wanted a moral victory tonight.
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  • We wanted to see a repudiation of this direction for the country. And the fact that it's this close I think, is hurt. It hurts.
  • Van for Van Jones. Yeah. So it's obvious how how we landed in this particular spot, because it's all fake. It's all phony, from from the phony ass car dealership cars to Joe coming out, like, Oh, this is all all, it was all good to go. It was truly the media. And I'm just including big technology companies with that. They see it as their job to make sure Trump doesn't matter who it who is going to be elected. It's their job to make sure Trump doesn't get elected. And I think they pull out as many stops as they could.
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  • I think they maxed it out. Yeah, I don't think they could pull out any more stops than they did.
  • They had everybody from the intelligence agencies, to all of the media in New York Times, Washington Post all the networks. Everybody pulled out all this and then they had to go and then they couldn't win. And they still have to go with the corrupt the old democrat corrupt practices, and I'm imagining some old democrat smoking a cigar saying I told you guys, you should have done this all along. You're wasting your time. So I have this. I have a screenshot from local station in Pennsylvania. So they have the Lancaster. I've been to Lancaster, actually, one of those bad top 40 radio stations. And so here's the numbers they show on the screen. mailing ballots requests 108,000 mailing ballots returned 89,000. But then the mail in ballots that have been counted are 142,000. So if you that's a guy that kyron is you these kids can't even take they can't even give you can change any more at the grocery store. The reason for that is counted more mail in ballots than were actually requested or that were returned. Yeah. So and you think that's a kyron error? I Well, yes. tell you why I think that is because these guys are not going to let something like that go on the screen if they're trying to scam us. I personally think they're, they're too dense. I mean, I don't think well, they're okay. You know, you could use my own argument against me. Yeah,
  • yeah. The argument is like these Don't forget, those are the numbers and they can't figure out that one's bigger than the other. Exactly. I just thought they are about
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  • the change Exactly. They can't even give you change at the grocery store. Alright, so here comes. Now this was circulating around around the the conspiracy circles early this morning around 5am my time, and I was like, I'm definitely gonna make mention of this, but not, you know, just as like, okay, maybe. But then I got an email from military intelligence. And I can't mention who but after the show, I'll tell you, john, and you know this person, and you'll think this person is credible. And here is how the story goes. Trump told us at Oh, 235 they would dump ballots at Oh, 400. And what happened in Washington, I mean, in in Wisconsin, and Michigan, at Oh, 400. All of a sudden, the magic ballot showed up. And that is when we if you look, you might have seen the graphs, if not, I'll put it in the show notes, where you see the red line, the blue line, blue line is Biden in red line, Trump clearly under the red line, and then all of a sudden, you get a spike up, like a line straight up. And then Biden's above Trump. And that's around 4am. And this has been brushed away as a computer glitch, typo. All kinds. So it's enough out there for it to be confusing to people. So this will have to be answered but the source goes on. Interestingly, the recounts will identify the fake ballots, as all official ballots included a watermark the Department of Homeland Security and I this checks out, I did look this up valid that are printed regardless of state or not just printed by some some you know, someone going down to the local coffee shop, you know, it's not doing it at FedEx or, or whatever it's, it happens at official printing facilities. A number of a number of them actually just got new gear from Germany, new new printing here. printers that would be and just like every printer has some kind of hidden little code, which we've discussed many times on the show. So if you try to print something feloniously, it can be tracked back to that printer where the the printer can be tracked to use secondary. And this apparently has some kind of ISO type, isotope ISO type that that will that you can activate and you can look at it either under a loop or with a, I guess, a certain type light scanner. So if there were, and I'm not saying this is how it went down, but if there are ballots that have been printed, outside of the official facility, these will be able to be detected. So the story goes and that goes for Arizona, Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Georgia and North Carolina, even Michigan, possibly shows that Trump will win that based upon this. And it's, it was a fantastical story. Until this guy was right until this guy said it. I'm like, oh, okay, this is the this is what the Chinese do. This is a Chinese trick. Everyone's got this these tricks are all definable. This is the Chinese trip. Are you making a bunch of watches the big watch factory? Yeah, quittin times midnight, let's make another thousand watches. And we'll put them on the black market. The same factory, right? So the same printer that's making the official ballasts can just easily knock off another 20,000 50,000 just make another hundred thousand. here's, here's some money. I don't see that. Even being you knew what you got, dude, you got a line? Well, I'm saying I'm saying I'm saying something different. I'm saying that they that the excess balance did not come from the official printer. The excess ballots were printed outside of the system and therefore should already be null and void that I think is possible that like that you preface the whole thing by saying they'll discover that the extra bounce the big spike of bounce are all official. No, no, they'll be able to separate the official ballots from the bogus ballots by the by the watermark because they did it because of the watermark within their idiots. Yeah, and the same people who put this numbers on the screen Hello. Same people who call this spike a glitch because I think wow, have we had training to believe that? Oh, glitches okay. I would say so. Many years of glitch. Do we have quite a few years of glitch we've lived through.
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  • So yeah, it's
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  • both if that's the case, then that that'd be a scandal. They can't let that happen. Well, we'll see. I mean here so the Wall Street Journal actually did A piece on on these companies that print and these are this these are only a few companies and the Department of Homeland Security for obvious reasons oversees this process
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  • so
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  • now that the other thing was I mean they did the research they wanted to stop the ballot counting Oh, it stopped the ballot guys because the peep the Michigan Michiganders, they're closed Oh, shut the doors closed. let anybody I monitor their their ballot counting. Yeah, actually have a clip. Let me see. Yes, I have it here.
  • 40:37
  • Now, this is a live look at the ballot counts happening right now. At the Philadelphia convention. Philadelphia claims that they have video, apparently from Pennsylvania that shows republican ballot observers being kept some 30 feet away. They say that their observers can't really see anything they're having to use binoculars. They have no way of seeing the valid
  • 40:58
  • signatures or if they're postmark correctly. They even made some allegations about intimidation tactics possibly being used against their observers. Here's the president's son, Eric Trump.
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  • Just listen to him.
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  • This there's a lot of funny things going on.
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  • Not letting anyone look at the ballots in Yeah, you're supposed to leave the observers there. We got it. We got a note from from one of our producers in Philadelphia Todd in Philadelphia. At 830, the night before the election, the Pennsylvania secretary of the Commonwealth quietly issued guidance to the polling officials to release the identities of voters whose mailing ballots were rejected according to the voting requirements established by the General Assembly. The Democrats had clearly been planning this and trained hundreds of people for it, they obtained that information ran outside to communicate it to the party, who then went and called all of these voters on the list only democrats apparently to get them to come submit a provisional ballot, which would, you know, fix whatever they had done wrong, which is in general, okay, great. If you can catch people and say, Hey, you did it wrong, come back and do it. Right. But if you only do it for one party, or or for one candidate, that's not equal provision under the law. So this is another thing that may come out. It can all come out and it probably all will come out. And it is scandalous as it was somebody pointed out in Twitter, I heard Biden talking about this. I have a clip of it, even though when somebody just kind of pointed out on Twitter, that Joe Biden, creepy Joe decrepid. Old Joe never was popular is never done. Got anywhere trying to run for president pledgers suddenly wins the most popular votes in the history of the United States.
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  • Something is fishy. It's great.
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  • It's a great time to be podcasting, baby. It's what I'm telling. This is super duper. Hey, did you know
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  • just send thank you for inventing this? Fine? Yes. You're more than welcome communications. Yeah, trickery. Check this up. See, like, thanks, you'll get check this
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  • out. So
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  • they are so confident the Biden's that they are going to win, that they have already moved ahead with their plan? And what if we said consistently, if Joe Biden wins, then this country will be building back better? Because that is the globalist mantra. It's what every single politician is talking about, from the UK to France, to Italy, to Japan, to New Zealand. Everybody's talking about the Netherlands. Everyone's gonna build back better. They launched their transition website. Build back better.com Yeah, I mean, that is shoving it in our face. So it's so why not? Well, yeah, just why not? I want everyone to be aware of what's coming here it is. It's in full view, in English and espanol. Any have even Barack Obama on the on election Eve? He tweeted for eight years. Joe was the last one in the room whenever I faced a big decision because he couldn't find the exit Sheree? why cuz he couldn't find a bathroom. He made me a better president. And today, we have the chance to elect Joe and kamelot to build our country back. Better. Yeah, baby. It's a common. It's a common everybody.
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  • I have some historical clips I'd like to play before I get to my foreign clips. All right.
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  • First of
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  • all, I have this is from 2015. This is the clip with NBC, NBC or NBC. Every VC is goading Biden into running in 2015,
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  • Buster. All right, Kristin, thank
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  • you. Let's bring in our political director, the moderator of Meet the Press. Chuck Todd. Chuck, let's start with brand new poll numbers you're releasing tonight about the state of the race and the potential candidacy of your bike. Well, it really sort of highlights the weakness right now, Hillary Clinton, our poll shows that Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders both polled better against Donald Trump, the current Republican frontrunner in a general election than Hillary Clinton. Look at this Biden's up by 21. points. Sanders by 16. points.
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  • Clinton only up by 10. It's a sign of how much trouble she's having with swing voters. Lester, by the way, the most popular candidate running for president right now it's not running. It's Joe Biden. The setup began, if any, if anything happens, I really hope people just at their core, reject the media in totality. I mean, it's already taking place to a huge degree, but this has got to be the neck than just the next problem. Yeah, it is the it is the government anymore.
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  • Well, is there the Reagan era
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  • is the government now it's the media. Yeah, they're terrible people. They I don't know how they live with themselves. I think they're just they've diluted so they can live with themselves because they're completely convinced that everything they're doing is absolutely Justin, right? These these people are not evil. They're just brainwashed and and all in. I mean, I get it, I see how that can happen. It's just what it is. I'm living in an area where it's everybody's like that. Yeah. So let's go to 2015. Here's a little commentary about Air Force. This is interesting, because it brings up an issue when you listen to this is the Air Force to clip.
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  • Some supporters argue that Biden is better off waiting since once he declares for president he has to pay for air force to and with the crew a whopping $43,000 an hour on political trips, a huge burden for a fledgling campaign.
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  • So that was in 2015. Now, does Trump pay which is he flies Air Force One. The course the media doesn't cover this, but his his God. Now hold on, hold on, let's just determine a few things. You're in my territory. Because I know what it costs. Air Force One is whatever aircraft the president is on. Air Force One is
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  • always 75 flying over. I'm telling you something is fine. Oh, it's making a bracket.
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  • Yeah, I can tell ya, duck and cover
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  • is gone. Okay.
  • Air Force One is whatever aircraft the president is occupying. So it's not always the 747 he has a 750? Well, I was just saying that keep used to the 747, or one of them a lot. And he flies into these big meetups, and it's just spectacular. Yes. 240,000 an hour? No, none of the campaign has to pay for it. Okay, but the campaign is paying for it. Government. Big campaign pays for they have to. That's why he takes the 757 from time to time is cheaper. Yeah, I mean, you can you can fly the 757 from DC to Pennsylvania, but you know, it's like, Dude, why don't you just hop on the on the five, seven, it'll be a lot cheaper and will actually is less hassle. Alright, and here's the last clip I have just as they did, for some reason, it's actually from 2017. But it says 2917. So look for that. And this is I just wanted to play this clip, because I was pulling these old clips down to try to have some comparison. This is from June, this is November of 2017. And I just show is losing a little bit but compare this to what he sounds like today, in general. And you can see that his deterioration, I'm just saying his deterioration is really going along at a breakneck clip.
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  • So the 2016 election was for many democrats a shocking wake up call. What changes do you think the democratic party needs to make in order to be successful in 2018 and 2020? Well, I want to point out, but
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  • for 172,000 votes, we wouldn't be having this conversation. And Hillary got 3 million more votes. I'm not saying he didn't win, he won fair and square by the Electoral College. That makes sense. So but this was nervous, no landslide here, number one. Number two, I, you know, I'm referred to in Washington in the last 25 years as middle class Joe, it's not meant as a compliment means I'm not sophisticated. But I think there's real reason why a lot of middle class people are are legitimately concerned with digitalization artificial intelligence, whether they're going to be jobs in the future. I spoke at the World Economic Forum, I was asked to speak about the fourth industrial revolution. And will there be middle class jobs and so for example, I was talking to one of the staff guys here today, Cameron about the truck drivers and and a guy who was a camera and always wanted to be a truck driver. He's driving an 18 Wheeler now and I said Well, a lot of those guys are wondering whether they're going to have a job in two 510 12 years, or they're going to be able to make a living so people are out there worried and we don't talk enough to the My daddy seven expression. And I don't expect the federal government or the government to solve my problems. I expect them to understand it. And I think there are answers in this last election. What happened was, because it was such a mosh pit in terms of Hillary's inability to be able to not hurt she dried, but to get to get the message out about the middle class about what she was going to do about education, what she was going to do about childcare. What should we do about these things? And the middle classes? I think we have to respond
  • 50:44
  • Yeah, different Joe's
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  • on and on different Joe. Yeah, different Joe. I mean, it's just don't just talk about race for one second because this was a part of this campaign of this election really as a lot of it about race, specifically race ism. And Maxine Waters spoke just before Election Night.
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  • I mean, totally
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  • kicked acid, your election, by the way.
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  • Oh, yeah. If you want to talk about disappointing, we the Texas is a Houston I think reelected, Sheila Jackson Lee, this has got to be the worst person in Congress to horrible and maxine waters. Well, of course, she's on the Finance Committee. So she had she chairs the Finance Committee. And here she is, on the on this done this despicable idea of black Trump voters.
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  • I mean, it's I don't even know where any black two would be coming from that would be voted for Trump. It just hurts me so bad to see blacks talking about supporting Trump. I don't know why they would be doing it. I don't know what's on their mind. But if we don't turn out this vote, and turn it out huge, this man could end up winning again. And this country would go backwards. The divisiveness that this deplorable human being has called the confrontation. The dog whistling to the right wing, the white supremacist, the KKK, and they are coming alive. They're emboldened because they've got a leader who wants them to do it. What did he say to the proud boys? Stand back and stand ready? Ready for what?
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  • confident and ready?
  • All the stuff that she thinks she thinks was said. Yeah, of course. He didn't say any of that. Stand back stand ready proud boys get ready to kill some people. CNN. This is nice little headline they had here analysis. Millions of white voters are once again showing who they are. Yeah, baby. That's right. This is that mean? That means that all the racist whities were voting for Trump to turn your speaker's down just a little bit? all the all the moves in Mike. No, the racist white voters, man they're all racist. They're voting for Trump. It's in conscionable. How can that even be it's it's nuts. We shouldn't do that at all you joy read. Joy read. She said this is a this close presidential race shows great amount of racism and anti blackness in the US after she just got done calling clarence thomas Uncle, uncle Clarence. It's like whoa, man. These people will accuse anybody of anything. Let's listen to the Deutsche Avella Chinese outlet and in Germany. Okay.
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  • A fine. A fine Chinese outlet in Deutschland. Yes. What do you have?
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  • Yeah. Deutsche lands the Chinese the spokes hole. Yeah. So they had this guy going and doing an analysis of the election they had somebody at the White House who they had missed Mike and I couldn't clip that. And then a black woman who's either I think she's German but she's a she may be an ex American she speaks perfect. English is that the kind that you'd want on a broadcasting outlet? Speaking doing an English version? Oh,
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  • good. Can I can I do her voice?
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  • Yeah, do it.
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  • No, I've activate I want to hear her. Oh no, she's got no accent whatsoever. Oh, okay. Uh, sounds like an American it could be could be next pat i don't know it doesn't say Jen say but she does have the same old spiel and but it's funny because she's self contradictory in a funny kind of a way she doesn't even know this I've got
  • 54:20
  • four clips nice.
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  • The second and third one I may reverse the give you to make more impact but let's play clip one he's launched legal challenges aim to stop vote counting in several tight races. A call echoed by his supporters.
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  • In Arizona a quite
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  • a minute that's a whipsaw.
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  • You got it is a total whipsaw. It's a whip size like they let's just listen to that
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  • again. Ladies and gentlemen. He's launched legal challenges aim to stop vote counting in several tight races. A call echoed by
  • 55:00
  • his supporters
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  • here's the report. Well obviously the crowds route in droves for their white leader. They were obviously neo nazis and fascists same report. Yeah, same report. You can you can do a lot with that I should maybe sub clip that we want Trump team. Yeah, I've never heard it anyplace else by the way. The network's didn't play it. I've heard fire Fauci fire Fauci. But I haven't
  • 55:31
  • heard. Let me finish the clip because there's more to it. Obviously. In Arizona, a crowd of Trump fans gathered to protest the ongoing vote count with air. That race is neck and neck though several news outlets have reported Joe Biden has flipped this battleground state. Trump has made unfounded allegations of voter fraud and on Wednesday accused democrats of trying to steal
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  • the election.
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  • Okay. And the other little flub? No, I guess I missed it. Or was it? Yeah. Well, he's, it's the way he words this. He says Trump has made unfounded allegations. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. How do you make an unfounded allegation? Well, that's like saying Trump without evidence said this is part of this is what they learn in journal nj school. Now. That's how you say you say the president without evidence stated that claim that? Yeah, attacked. Now, he cuts it goes to the black woman to have her give some discussion on some of this. And I have to I'm going to reverse that. So you Chrono chronologies off this is what she says this is clip. We're gonna play clip three, before we play clip two, did pretty well, in this election. What explains?
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  • Well, I mean, this is a four
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  • way stop back back, I guess. Let me set it up. He's commenting on on the fact that Trump did as well as he did, in other words, is a dead heat, right. And she's asked as as the expert. Oh, she's a black woman. And so she's an expert on American politics because she's black, and she's gonna tell us why this happened. did pretty well, in this election. What explains that?
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  • Well, I mean, this is a reflection of where we are as the country, at least the United States is very divided. And there is at least 50% of the people who agree with his sentiments, whether we find them racist or misogynistic. They like him because he reflects their worldview.
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  • Yeah, so Oh, that makes sense. What we've learned from her, yes, he, she is an American, from just this fine black woman. We've learned from her that half the country's racist and misogynistic and, and we're reflecting Trump's racism and misogyny. And that's why the half that would be Trump's for the half that will get the yellow star and will be asked to take a shower. That's exactly what's happening. Uh, so I find that to be offensive kind of offensive. But if you listen to her previous commentary, it really makes you scratch your head is that is, maybe she does understand what's going on. But she doesn't even get it herself that it's like fishy and she may be herself should be a Republican, because apparently she lives in a republican district somewhere in the United States.
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  • Stacy, what's talking about
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  • that evidence? The United States has very little history of voter fraud.
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  • There's a long history of voting problems of other kinds. Why can't the United States just have a reliable vote count? And across the 50 states get that count in
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  • consistently across the board so we can just get a result and get on with things?
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  • Well, the problem is there's no national nonpartisan organization that oversees the count. every county is run by elected legislators, whether they're Democrat or Republican. And some counties are very well, I did my vote by mail and everything went smoothly. And when I vote in person, it's smooth, but it's a smaller County, and it's Republican. larger areas where it's predominantly Democrat. There have been issues with voting, Dropbox has been taken away, or polling places being consolidated or shut down. And this is a form of voter suppression. The United States definitely has the infrastructure to have a more streamlined process.
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  • So in the democrat with the Democrats won it, it sucks, Okay, I get it. And there's, for her, it's voters. The Democrats are pretty Practicing voter suppression now I know you're misunderstanding it there's secret at night republicans sneak in and do all this to her to the democratic counties that's how it works plus now what she said no of course not but that's how stupid it is. She says she's better democrats lose boxes they lose balance have voter suppression and but it's fine with her because she's in a republican areas as well run
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  • and there's no lines
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  • and there's no lines and meanwhile she's going on about the people that vote republican are a bunch of races pigs.
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  • Oh, boy. Oh boy. Just see what is
  • 1:00:43
  • wrong with this person? Is she now
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  • her daughter Bella, is this a gig that anyone can get? Yeah,
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  • no, she's wonderful. She's one of Ellie girls. Wow. So
  • 1:00:54
  • this is a clip that the DW gals teach Oh, this is one of the clips that
  • I heard this club all over you any European outlet, you're gonna get this clip and you're gonna get into some United States. Some of the news in the US, I would say msnbc belong these days. But I still want to play this one. This is the clip for from DW.
  • 1:01:18
  • Paul, once again, we see a candidate to clearly is more than 3 million votes in the lead and not being handed victories. I think that raises a lot of structural issues. both camps have resisted actual electoral reform in the United States. This doesn't necessarily mean streamlining being very regional, can also be an advantage. But clearly, the the much, much bigger issue is when we talk about these divisions, we're not just talking about different perspectives on a, an actual subject matter.
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  • We're talking about very
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  • different realities that both sides are continuing to live in and more and more so.
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  • She mentions determine their electoral reform, and what she's talking about, and they're all beating around the bush about bodis. weather. They're all talking about dissolving the electoral college and letting the popular vote win. Yes. And buying himself was bragging about him. You know, he's ahead by 3 million votes. He won California alone, just California. I say this, I harp on it. Nobody cares. California provided Biden 4 million votes over Trump. Mm hmm. So if he is leading by 3 million votes in the popular vote USA, that means without California he'd be losing. The popular vote is just California, California does not. It's rigged in California. It's all it's a it's gonna go big for any Democrat. And so so this is a bullcrap argument. As far as I'm concerned, the on the on the election day itself. The Washington Post had a big op ed. And I just give you the headline, no matter who wins, it's time to get rid of the Electoral College. Yeah, this is this is part of the beauty of our system, the beauty of the country, the fact that we have all these different states and people are different every state and and everyone gets a fair shake with their same amount of senators. And yeah, it's really important that we have an electoral college otherwise, all these other states would believe. They'd have no say in the matter, it would be the day be trampled California, New York and Michigan, or Illinois. And Texas, I mean that so no one else would matter. No one else would matter. But when you got Okay, let's look at the real voting bloc is New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, California, Washington, Oregon. That's it. Those that knows states will be running the country. Yeah. If the electoral college goes, why you don't know. What is behind this? Because obviously, well, I have in my own theory about what's really behind it. Okay. So let me just and I've written it up, and it's been in the newsletter and I've got it I posted this like, yes, no, nine years ago. And I want you to, I want because you have the best explanation, especially when it comes to the media calling for this. But I believe that children who have gone through school and have had civics lessons, they have been taught that this is not democratic. They've been told that we live in a democracy which we don't we live in a republic and they've been taught that it's unfair. And they really being taught something quite evil when it comes to mob rule, which is exactly what what this will result in. Obviously, the true reason for this is your theory.
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  • He
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  • is right I'd
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  • like to know what to say, for your introduction. Words.
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  • Yes. Now, you've always been a fan of mine, you can say all that that's fine.
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  • The media
  • is behind this because the media gets no money. The big book, we're talking about the big bucks. They've gotten to the point where they're doing a billion dollars per candidate per year or per election. Yeah, California media, the Los Angeles Times the San Francisco Chronicle, the local news, the local TV stations, the KTLA none of them get any of the Trump or Biden money. Because California is not in play, because you can't, California loses 10s of millions more dollars more, john, they spent Bloomberg spent $75 million dollars in on a Senate race in Georgia alone. This is and where does that money go? We know where it goes into advertising. This is much bigger than 10s of millions, hundreds of millions of dollars, California is using his media properties are losing this money, it's hurting the bottom line, because all the money is being spent in places like Pennsylvania and Ohio and places that are swing states now. And the reason for that is because of the Electoral College, the swing state is really more important in Electoral College is not important in the popular vote. If the popular vote became the thing, California would rake it in, because we got the numbers here. Yeah. And that's what it's all about. They don't care about the Republic, or the future of the country, or anything. And you can tell that if you don't watch if you don't watch the media can't tell, but you watch the media, you can tell they don't care about you, or anything else, they care about the bottom line. And the bottom line is being hurt by the electoral college. I wrote this about 15 years ago or more, we bring it up, bring it up every cycle, I bring it up as much as I can. Because every time when I first posted it, and every time I continue to post the same article I you know, change a few words here and there. It's a Yeah, bow, you know, which is no, I get to whiny as people that complain about the about this theory, but it's the only theory that makes any sense. Well, and by the way, it's the same theory in a kind of a Converse way. It's a similar theory to the reason that that election, what is called the reform, re election reform where you can't always limit money campaign donate campaign finance reform, campaign finance reform, thank you campaign finance reform, the media will never let that happen. Because where does all that money end up going? Where does campaign finance reform money end up? Not going in this case? The media gets screwed up. We had a clip I think you even had I'm sure one of us had it was with with by Les Moonves going on. Right the quarter was because all the money CBS made during one of the elections. I was in 2016, I think, yeah, I don't know about Trump, he says but the election did is good for the for our bottom line. Here we go. Here we go. We have the clip. This is from the archive.
  • Is it too early to know whether or not we'll see a new high watermark for political advertising revenue? I'd be surprised if we don't see a new high watermark this is this is a pretty interesting year. I'm going to be careful what I said because I got in trouble last week for saying something that got misconstrued about Mr. Trump. All I said, you see he's very good for ratings. put it that way. Our ratings are way up in the debates. And that means extra money and political advertising. If you notice, there's a whole new batch of advertising being spent right now. The political situation is very strong. I think it will remain so the rest of the year and obviously helps our local stations a lot. We have a lot of stations in key markets. And so we're looking forward to this year is to be a year that delivers a lot of political political advertising. What what becomes interesting, and depending on who the candidates are, there may be some Republican candidates that local senators and governors are gonna have to spend more money, because let's put it this way, they may not be absolutely in sync with the National ticket. So there may be more money spent that way.
  • going that way. So put it this way. We're anticipating a record breaking year, everything we've seen everything we've heard our analysts tell us it's gonna be a very good year.
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  • Whoo. Bonanza time, baby. That was 2015. And if anyone thinks campaign finance reforms ever going anywhere, yeah, yeah, okay. Even for a shock, I make a recommendation. I suggest you write that up. One more time and put it on your sub stack. I'm so happy your sub stack are now. Yeah, I'm experimenting there. Yes, I will do that. I have another one coming up next Tuesday. And then another one. I've already got another schedule for you can schedule them out. I just this is this is the fundamental difference between you and I. You're a sub stacker and I'm a stat stacker. That's all. Yeah. Yeah. SATs SATs stacker. satoshis, baby stacking SATs, your sub stack. And now I have one more clip from DW here. Which is the Biden announcement where they were bite This is where Biden comes in dx and dx. This what you were talking about earlier, that you've never heard anything like this ever before. And I don't I can't find that Trump clip of him going, Oh, you know, they got to stop everything. I when?
  • 1:10:53
  • It's not quite what he's not quite what he said. No, that's what the media said. Yeah. Well, of course.
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  • I don't know what he said. Because they don't they won't play the clip. They just they just say what they think he said, which is typical. Um, but let's play this buying announcements a little long, but and he's I don't know what he's saying
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  • to it. Let's have a quick listen to what he said about the race as it currently stands.
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  • And now, after a long night of counting, it's clear that we're winning enough states to reach 270 electoral votes needed to win the presidency.
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  • Not here to declare that we've won.
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  • But I am here to report when the count is finished. We believe we will be the winners.
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  • All those counted.
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  • We have won Wisconsin by 20,000 vote votes, virtually the same margin. The President Trump won that state four years ago. In Michigan, we lead by over 35,000 votes and is growing.
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  • margin.
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  • he's reading a hand and when he said votes he had virtually on his mind. Yeah, and said verts Hey, man, give the guy some credit for doing that at one in the morning. You know it wasn't easy. By the way you can stop that clip as it doesn't go
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  • I have something for my last one last clip. Can I
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  • just use an abiding clip? Because I have some money No. Well stop for a second don't buffalo I have something fun there's a there's a Joe Biden soundboard. Come on. I saw it.
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  • I love this. I'm down here in the basement. Corn pop was a bad guess what if you're like me, your taxes and
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  • everybody's favorite.
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  • accountable. Your line? dogface Joe Biden party. Great website. All right. Let's see. It's a fantastic product. Right? This is my last besides Electoral College, we have a bunch of people, mostly socialists, coming on the various zoom calls and whatever. Yeah, I got that. I got the one from Can I just say something about zoom calls before you lead into it? I did a zoom call for the first time. beginning of this week. Friend of mine, Steve leads who I've had a lot of gratitude for. He's done for me. He teaches a class in Bergen Community College, on the music business. And he said you know, would you I've done it before maybe 15 years ago I said yeah, I'll come in I'll pop in I'll say something. And it was it was my first experience with an actual zoom class. So there I am. I'm looking at 15 and 20 screens. Half of these kids are asleep. They're in their their their rooms where I don't know where they are they're doing other things you know cuz I can talk to a group of anybody and you know, when you're in front of people, you can get that kind of vibe, what works which direction you can go to grab their attention, you can look called
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  • I have a I felt I immediately I realize every teacher is fucked. Sorry to use that but you cannot. You cannot communicate with a group of people this way. It is a farce. It is impossible. And the worst thing is people forget, especially these kids, they forget that they're on zoom. And you know, I'm expecting jeffrey toobin stuff to happen. It's they're looking left looking right there knitting, you know, talking to their dog. It is impossible to have any kind of human conversation with the group on Boom. It's it's a fail it. I had no idea how bad it is. I'm sorry for all the teachers and educators out there who have to deal with that. Because it's not something that works. Great speech otherwise, okay, sorry, I suppose Yes. Probably knock them dead. Yeah. Stupid. If they weren't already in coma I did Yes. in coma now on
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  • getting going British on me Yeah,
  • sorry now. Now besides Electoral College The other thing they're they're bitching about and on zoom calls, you hear socialists saying, you know, the problem that we have is Biden's gonna win. But what good is it doing? If the Senate is still Republican, right. And and and it goes up the excuse, right, this one guy in particular, I wish I clipped it. He goes on and bitches symbology says we need a parliamentary system because of the Parliament. The parliamentary system, it's the majority who picks the Prime Minister the he picks the president in the United States, in essence, and then it's all evens for now you can make progress because everybody's on the same page. Oh, yes. That works real well. I've lived in several Parliament parliamentary systems. Yeah, it's great. You can do anyway. So that's the that's the argument that keeps cropping up and what irks me, and I, I'm gonna put this in the next newsletter, I think. And this is a chart, I have the control of the US Senate and House of Representatives from 1855 to 2021. And the number of times that a president had both the Senate and the House, on his side is miniscule. There's moments. I mean, I think during World during the Civil War, it was all Republicans, the Republicans took over the place for a long time. And then Then, during World War Two, it was Democrats, and they are and I'm sorry, during the Great Depression, it was the Democrats, the democrats had the House and the Senate for a number of years. Until the Harry Truman got in, then it kind of last one and got it back. And Eisenhower only had part of it for a while. Anyway, it never is rare that the President has the house in the Senate. Right. And the President is just just rarely happens. And it never does. It usually doesn't last, it only lasts through the Obama it lasted.
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  • Obama has a few years, right. And he spent
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  • two whole years of it and expanded on the Affordable Care Act, including a year where he had a 60 vote majority in the Senate, which means you could have passed anything you wanted. He didn't do anything. But he was you know, you just got any choked. What do you expect? Well, here's a typical example of this, of this idea. And again, it's in Europe, as Europeans, they got their own way of doing things. They don't understand what we're doing. They don't get it. And they definitely don't have my attitude, which is a do nothing. Government is a good government. But they don't see it that way. This is divided Congress on France 24
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  • seems that the democrats are holding on to their majority will be at a reduced majority in the House of Representatives. But it also looks like the republicans are confident that they're going to hold on to their majority in the US Senate. So that would mean if that is confirmed, a divided Congress. So it's really important now that could limit and frustrate the President's plans. The Senate controls the legislative agenda so they could scupper plans by Joe Biden to introduce alabaster legislation or try and pack the supreme court because clearly, Democrats very upset by Donald Trump's nomination. They're just heading into this election of Amy Coney Barrett. So all of his plans for things like tackling Coronavirus to a stimulus plan. All of that could be extremely complicated for Joe Biden, if indeed, he is elected US president.
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  • I would like to paraphrase something you said. The financial crisis was perfectly timed for the two years that Barack Obama had the Senate in the house. And I would say that was the banker bailout. And then flowed right through into the Affordable Care Act, which of course is insurance, which is also banking. So it was always all about getting that done and everything else. He was pretty much done after that he was just a mirage Obama. He was he was like a hologram gave him time to look at his notebook. For a couple American citizens 16 year old kid in a cafe Let's blow him up. No, I think he just walked out of the kitchen. He didn't bomb the actual cafe.
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  • I thought the bomb hit the cafe. Wow. Could be
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  • that was talking with the millennials Monday night. And yeah, the millennials today all giddy about the Big Joe Biden. No can we know this is why I'm bringing it up. They were beside themselves with anxiety with jitters. Continuous plans of I'm going to be sharpening my nails to attack republicans on Wednesday, if I'm not completely drunk because I'm getting my liquor cabinet stocked. I mean, here's, here's what what i know i want i because I analyze this. I love the millennials. Second, no problem, I analyze this. It is an extreme, it is actually the result of under informed and over socialized people. They are extremely, they want to virtue signal. And it becomes this hysteria. Because if you really look, you'll see that people in their 20s in general, but even into the 30s all are using this as their virtue signal. Oh, I'm gonna have to drink. Ah, I won't be able to make it. I've taken off work for the rest of the week. I just like the a whole guy that I refuse to do business with same thing. He's like, Oh, I can't I can't have a meeting on Wednesday. Because if Trump wins, I will have shot myself. This is and and their reasoning, these challenges sign over the stuff but before you do, no, I didn't put you in as well. That would have been a good line. It's and they're really not invested. They're really not down in the trenches, looking at all the information, it's headlines, it's really just headlines. And I know it because I know, I know, these, these these humans well enough. And they have it's all virtue signaling, but it's affecting them physically, physically. And I got a note from a producer Jeremy, who says he's getting news from, from schools, from their their families, their kids are acting up and acting like crazy, crazy people in the class. And they're all they have this super anxiety because their parents have passed this on to them. It's very, very destructive. I mean, hey, I don't want Joe Biden to win. You know, I'm clear about that. And there's a there's all kinds of people I would like to see run the country, but certainly not Joe Biden. But if Joe Biden wins, I'm not gonna like slit my throat. anymore. No, no, what is the deal? By the way? I have no problem. And I have already figured out a million reasons to be okay. If Joe Biden Well, first of all, great for the show. I mean, let's be honest, would be great. Well, we get a lot of clips of Joey because now if Joe Biden loses, it was the end of the Joe Biden clips. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, the soundboard goldmine of gaps in the solid line of gaps. There's a name of a show name goldmine. Yes.
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  • And the other thing is he's can't get anywhere with with Mitch McConnell, but running this, but just stop that for just stop for one second. There is a massive Steria. And I would wager to say it is the 50% of the people who aren't racist and misogynist. We have half of America are racist and misogynist and horrible people. And the other half are traumatized. JOHN, this is this is some actual trauma. Hey, guess what, our government actually isn't meant to do much it isn't meant to function very well. So especially if you don't have you know, all the all the stations if you don't have the the Senate, the house, the presidency, and otherwise, it's just gonna muck around the way it always does. And, and, and Biden can put us back in the in the Paris accord and build back better and all that, but it's a limited period. And it's like, okay, don't freak out. Don't put it there be beside themselves. And Bruce Springsteen, this guy's from New Jersey, who says he's gonna, he's gonna leave the country if Trump wins. Well, I know some people in Jersey we're gonna hold you to that, Bruce, because that's that shows a disdain for the very part of America that you represented. It has nothing to do with who's president. It's just the working man. the working man. But, and you sang big songs about going to Saigon. Now let's kill the yellow man born in the USA. You're a lazy, cowardly piece of crap. Bruce Springsteen. This so disappointed. Sorry, that's the jersey stuff that to make sure that gets out. You definitely have a you this is a second time you brought this up and I expect to hear again and again about it. Especially if Trump finally wins. Uh, and good. I agree with you. Now there is one kind of a dipshit represents the middle America and then just acts like an elite Democrat. Like is Hollywood elite. Well, he lives in Hollywood. That's the whole problem, though. Oh, does he? Yeah, he moved to California. That was it. Why? Yeah. Patti scialfa is his former backup singer then wife?
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  • She Leeuwarden sir fault. Patty, Wow,
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  • I didn't know this. Well, I don't keep up with this stuff, obviously, who
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  • would who would now final clip for me about this and in and I have a feeling that on Sunday, we'll still be discussing this. I don't expect any answers anything real soon unless someone tries to pull a fast one. But I don't think that's possible. And there's no guarantee Trump will win. There's also no guarantee Biden will win, we're in irons is going to run through the process. There is a process, there's been lots of legalities that have been overlooked, done improperly, such as local state election laws, but the Constitution is pretty clear on how to run these. And so if we run it as per the Constitution, we'll come up with the right answer. There is one other thing that needs to be mentioned. We've talked a great length about voting machines in the past, probably in the 2008. election, we talked about it the most to Diebold machines. And you know, that was a romney owns. Bain Capital, I guess took over that company, all kinds of shenanigans, what I was gonna say I think we talked about during the 2004 election, which was the most but then again, with the show, we didn't have a show, we didn't have a show now it was the 2008, we would have been talking about it quite a bit for sure. If we'd known each other even, I'm sure we were thinking the same. And that there's been this, you know, this theory that there's a way to change the votes upstream. And of course, when I voted, I paid attention. There's a touchscreen out it poops out a strip of paper with your choices, and it's a computer readable, form human and computer readable. And then you go over to another machine, and it sucks it in. And I guess the ballot then drops into what looks like a trash can. I never like I see too many trash cans. He says elections, these big bins, I've never liked that, then my vote could be in something that resembles a trash can. But okay, so that that is then scanned. So there's a second computer with an airbridge. And who knows where it goes from there. I mean, I guess we could find out. But there are two. And I've heard of these names before, but I've not heard them out of the mouth of a retired Air Force general McInerney, who he was like the top two, number two guy, I think in the Air Force during his reign, he was a Vietnam vet. And he is now consult, he's been a consultant as you do when you're in the military industrial complex with cloud computing. So I'm sure he was he's part of many of the bids like Amazon and Microsoft to get the big government deals. That's why you hire this kind of guy. So he's putting some stuff on the line by in general by going on the the war room with Steve Bannon in the first place, which is, you know, Say what you will banyon has interesting guests. And here's what the general had to say yesterday.
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  • The fact is, is that hammer is a
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  • what we call I'm sorry, she said he's talking about two programs. One is called hammer, which is a surveillance program, which is, you know, would be part of the way that the CIA can use the FBI and their systems in the NSA to spy on people. And the other one as a part of that, apparently, I don't know how they connect is scorecard. And that's what I want you to listen to.
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  • The fact is, is that hammer is a what we call a sigint, a signals intelligence program that the NSA came up with years ago, the CIA picked it up under the Obama administration. And I broke it in paper in March 2017, about what they were doing on the Russian hoax. But the fact is, the Obama administration took this system, and they put in an application in this sigint program called scorecard and scorecard, changes boats at a certain point in the voting stream. And if I can, and by the way,
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  • the Obama administration used it in the 2012. election in Florida. And so both Obama and Biden are very familiar with it. They used it in the primaries, and Bernie lost to Biden, because they used it in the primaries. So it is ready to go. I just thought doubt about this yesterday, Sidney played a very important role in assisting me and Mary fanning and Alan Jones and trying to get the word out to the American people know, all this enthusiasm you're talking about in Pennsylvania gets changed very quickly with this software program. That switches 3% of the boat.
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  • There you go. Hammer and scorecard.
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  • Now we have names for these things. Well, good dad does this.
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  • Well, I've heard it I've heard these names before.
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  • You talked about them already. Yeah, but not Damn you tired about one of them to devote changing so? Yeah, but I never I didn't know it was called scorecard. But it's possible. It's possible. Who knows? This was insane. Not Did you Did you hear him? No. Would you might have noticed he he said that Sydney has helped me a lot with that. This was a this was a good episode of the war room. in which a lot of times it's very hard to sit through and I just pass CT baton.
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  • Korea. Who Sidney Sidney Blumenthal
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  • know Sidney Powell.
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  • Sidney, Sidney Powell, who is
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  • Flynn's lawyer, she's she's the one that's been defending clothes.
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  • a hot shot. She's no lightweight man.
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  • And, and she's like, oh, and
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  • the keeper is a huge fan girl. She's read her books, two books.
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  • And when I look at these books, holy crap, there's a lot of material and she goes pretty deep. And so she's very, very Yes, she's a powerhouse for sure. And this was what happened on this same show
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  • is this they've gotten names and addresses of people from certain churches, anti abortion groups, they're using it for their social and political issues. When you're FBI Director, you're going to clean it up, clean all this up. The American people get a commitment from you that you're going to do this. And yes, regardless of political party, I will be a very highly Equal Opportunity offender.
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  • This room has been out there but now that seemed to be a confirmation. If If Trump is reelected, then she will become director of FBI.
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  • That should be fun. We'll Ray's got to go.
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  • in there, they seem to be corrupted immediately. Oh, there's something up with that. Yeah, well, we'll see. We'll see. Who knows. This is just the beginning. We're going down a long road everybody in your no agenda show will be here to hold your hand. If you feel dizzy at any time during the ride. Just look to the ground, and it will all go away. And with that, I'd like to thank you for your courtesy in the morning to you the man who put the sea and count the votes john C. Dvorak count all votes in the end of our interview Mr. Adam Curry and Mr. nowship see boots on the ground feet near subs in the water. And all the games and nights out there in the morning to the trolls and the troll room. Hands up trolls. Let's see who we got 2538 john, that this makes a lot of sense. We've been hammering it. I love this. We have we have more trolls than I then then a whole season of Game of Thrones. I'm telling it down yet. 2538 we got a it's easy to remember because it's two 538 nate silver and you go 2538 perfect. And look at where they're all from them. These guys. All right. That is are already from Saudi Arabia. I mean, you might be surprised Yeah, this is where you can join the trolls you go to no agenda stream.com and once you're there on the page, you can log into the chat room and you can also just listen to the stream the to go hand in hand. So when we do live shows which actually starts early on show days for us Darren O'Neil does the rock'n'roll pre show we have Nick the rat I think was live last night with the NIC the rat and his sewer. We've got so many different shows that are live but if not then there's a rotation of some of the best podcasts from all of Gizmo nation. It's all talk no commercials sometimes with some cool music which is podsafe Rhino the bearded duck brings you the double o and again you can find it all at no agenda stream calm when you're in there ask somebody for an invite to no agenda social calm that is our federated social network which is where almost ever since we've been plugging in a little more and telling people how the signal to noise ratio is so much better. We now have almost 7000 people it's just it's incredible and it's it's it's of great value. There's really good stuff on it. I love how you can be on one. You don't have to register with no agenda social.com you can just go search for people at no agenda social in your in your mastodon if it's federated, and you can follow people and you could set up your own if you want you could set up one for your family. Get away from This Twitter crap get away from Facebook. The only reason you're there is for narcissistic reasons it's a small group of people that have any influence and is becoming irrelevant and for that you can go to masto dot host no affiliation with the show but for about nine euros you can get one of these servers per month and that was on I was on the Paula book guy show on Oh, you work tonight. Oh, how was that? Yeah. Nick. You mentioned it there Nick Duran it brought to mind and Nick was on there he's got his rat ears on
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  • And also the beautiful Jennifer was on James Jennifer Yeah, Dame Jennifer her. Almost there that was a star studded she is extremely telegenic. She looks better even in person. You have no idea. You're like wow, I said I met I said wow, your pictures don't do you justice girl. Doing it There you go. It's your turn. You know the three types of beauty thesis. There's in person. Yep, photogenic telegenic and they're taken all be different
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  • Or all the same. Or in the case of a lot of democrat pig women pretty much consistent from one thing to the other. Okay. And a big in the morning to certain I'm trying to save you do sir net net
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  • me sir. NET NET brought us the artwork for Episode 1291 we titled that of course the election special simple very effective. We had a lot to choose from but just the campaign button that said Good luck. kind of did it for both of us I think it hit the spot Yeah, we like it we like
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  • that's interesting, because he Okay,
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  • when the producer of such hits as I can't wait for your show Thursday. I want to share that with you, john, because that was like a compliment. I felt Wow, I think we do something that this guy likes. Okay, now, we can't be all that bad. So I was happy about that. And let's thank some of the people who were also thinking about us on on the during the election and who have decided to support us under our value for value model, which all it requires is you considering what kind of value you got out of listening to the show. We think it's an outstanding product, you can hand that back to us and your time your talent or treasure and treasure is where we bring you the credits for the executive producers and associate executive producers in this case for Episode 1292. We're starting off with Andy cracchiolo. And it's the Italian cracchiolo not the Hawaiian cracchiolo. So this just in case anyone's from Hawaii because it sounds very Hawaiian cracchiolo is you know that's a way to pronounce it. Phoenix, Arizona 1333 dot three, three
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  • to bind simply think about it. Joel Donaldson in Elko, Nevada 23333 he needs climate gators jingle. I knew what to do. I think it's interesting, by the way, just as an aside that because it's actually you're complaining because I had these letters in yours, you know, smart money and writing letters puts the jingles at the top so you can queue them up. Right now. They're just doing this routinely. Sure. You mean we've we've trained them well? Is that what you're saying? Well, somebody trained somebody. Anyway jingling wants climate get I knew what to expect. He writes with this election but not how it would feel. Got a Nevada governor said we gold miners are as essential workers but the legislature proposes to tax us out of existence. And he's referring to Aj r1 go podcasting jobs karma please.
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  • or attorney in the corner and heading down the stretch with sir howard stern in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 22215. Remember, remember the fifth of November oh my goodness forgot all about it. This Guy Fawkes Day. Yes. Today marks the day where the unequivocal love of my life My keeper to be for all eternity officially agreed to take on my surname. sure how it sir. At the ceremony later today, please pronounce cicadas pronounced the cage she from Edith and to Dame sexy howitzer. Is she on the list?
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  • I'm gonna do a cut in and read and missing notes from my last couple of shows. And she wrote it in a in a card. So it's actually two shows late. Okay. This is Lauren ball. Oh, yes, in the morning Professor Dvorak and Dr. Curry This is a mixed good letter for my 262 and a $6 62 cent. So should executive producer donation for your 13th birthday Episode 1289. I guess longer than that, for some reason my emails returned as undeliverable. I just wanted to thank you both for many hours of entertainment, brands, information and comedy provided every week and keeping amygdalas around the world healthy and fit. jingles anything that is mac and cheese? TT TPP jobs karma. I don't know what that is. what's what's the new Pelosi pence relationship karma? Congratulations on 13 years of the best podcast in the universe may also have many more ahead. And it's pronounced les run not leren les run like Karen what Lehren Claire Lehren Okay, Larry like Karen with a nail in the front pips lie down Louisiana. All right, we got it for you. And we're made good.
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  • outstanding product. Yeah, yeah. I'd like to I'd like how your your sub headline was the terrorist one. I thought that's very enjoyable newsletter to read. Yes. Yeah, terrorist one. Sir Timothy that no fixed title in Plymouth, Michigan. 20202. I'm contributing to Oh, two two. Thank you for such a terrific COVID and election deconstruction. No agenda makes 2020 bearable. JOHN. Thank you for your many compliments of no agenda local one in the past several weeks. new listeners may not know that you inspired our founding during your visit to Southeast Michigan in May of 2014. We started meeting with you then and have never stopped meeting and you'd Krishnan to us to start the tradition of naming no agenda meetup areas. Our most recent meetup included a behind the scenes tour of cert cows lavender Boston's operations nice in all its autumn splendor. That's got to be the dynamite and smell. Terrific, huh? We encourage anyone in Michigan to create a meetup meetup near them announce it on our mailing list and enter it into the no agenda. meetup.com add him in today's show. Notes. In today's show notes please put the following link to the forum for producing for producer for joining producer Jeff leonbergers. no agenda local mailing lists, they will do it okay. Yeah, we only we only use it only to plan in announce future meetups. Okay, it's got a forum there. Please play my fellow Michigan Baron Kevin's parody of Night Moves, titled fake news. Uh, Whoa, it's propaganda time, sir Timothy of the no fix title, Baron of the Upper Peninsula and a non good karma got it all for you. Let me see. This was hadn't actually played this one a long time. appreciate you asking for it writing
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  • San Diego California 201 33. In the morning john and Adam, you may remember me as the artists from such episodes is 99 nine, but I couldn't resist embracing my inner Troy mccluer Simpsons reference for you nerds. I still remember professing my excitement and joy like a child but just been hit their first home run to my girlfriend whose response whenever I turn on your podcast is please know there is a relationship. Please know now. What are you gonna listen to those two jerks being the amazing woman that she is she is still shared my excitement knowing that it means a lot for me to be chosen for the art. Now that or whatever. Oh, the music now did this mushy. mushy stuff is out of the way. I'd like to present new business karma from my clothing company a political link, link with a K. Oh, eight political ink. Yeah, a political ink with a K. As I have progressed in my technical illustration career as a millet, okay, as an artist, as a military contractor, I've come to realize that the things I value most or my freedom and creativity, I'm hoping he wants to he wants to get out of he wants to get out of trying to get out of that other guy so you can make money as an artist. This is their story about the same money, support the in a community I can create driving business to help support myself in the show. That's why for the rest of 2020 I'll donate 10% of all profits to the best podcast in the universe. I implore the NA community and all the days and nights out there to visit a political link that actually is a political ink because it lit but it looks like a political link for all US security. Hey, I'll put it in the show notes. It'll work out okay. It'll be okay. But it's nice to get it he has. He has blue shirts with democrat with the Pepsi logo and red shirts with a republican on it. And with the coke in the coke lettering has cute. Yeah, let's actually create that in the show notes. You got it. Thank you Thanks. Dearborn, Michigan $200 and 33 cents. I recently learned value for value the hard way on the street. stuck at a light up ahead as the guy with two bright green buckets. Oh geez. Here comes the windshield washing scam. I thought to myself But no, this hepcat squats down on the lane and pulls sticks out of his back pocket and beats out a drum solo on the buckets. Not Gene Krupa or Buddy Rich but pretty damn good. Instantly my frown is turned upside down and this lifelong cheap bastard can't wait to drop a folder in his bucket. No dee doo Xing or jingles just life jobs karma for the unnamed drummer. You can wish my ouch just shy shy nit wife Teresa, I happy birthday. We're good if Adam can make the witch in Dutch mint dare accent we're more than good been listening since Adam sober appearance on Rogan and have yet to be disappointed. Thanks Krishna for your podcast. Cap drink dreaming. Okay, so, Teresa, Teresa, Teresa. Hello there, Teresa. I wanted wish you a very very happy birthday. This is a very special day for you. And we will put it on the calendar where we all poop. Congratulations. Excellent, great fields Next on the list when Great Yarmouth Uk 200 bucks. I've been listening since episode one and finally did the right thing. So a deducing data request I'm in desperate need of some of that relationship karma I've met someone face to face and in group chats and we get along but in the painful process of messaging, so I might need a double dose I will certainly let you know in the listeners if it works or not dealer's choice if you want to play any amazing jingles Keep up the great work you guys and stay safe. Regards Greg. was anything
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  • Thank you Chairman Nadler, Ranking Member Collins, members of the committee. First I must say I have Tourette Syndrome sometimes I have tics and make sounds I can't control so please forgive me.
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  • and that concludes our show. Oh really? That's it No, no yes no more sorry. Bradley carrier new Baltimore Michigan comes with 200 bucks and he says Can I get Can I get Joe shoot him in the leg to the head and her spine is gone stay safe sorry head to head head is gone. Okay, this one is gone Yes, I can do those three and there's also no karma here just a beautiful little shot here we go we can do this you can ban choke calls you can find that's not it. Oh my goodness. Sorry. Shoot leg Hello. Shoot him in the leg. I thought we had an ISO that ah no. The hell There we go. Shoot him in the leg.
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  • Dame Jamie and sir Mad Hatter together in Easton Connecticut 200 bucks. A JCL farm in eastern Connecticut. I would like some please. Some peace intensifies karma for all the cities where an Tifa BLM or just tolerant loving leftist might want to riot sending soundbite to Adam and time for Thursday show wanted to put the donation in so that all the nice dame's producers and douchebags stay out of harm's way we love you our no agenda family. Oh well we got some peace intensifies karma There we go. rolling out right now. You've got karma. She actually just said something interesting. So play in a moment. Thank you Dame Jamie and sir Mad Hatter. And last on our long list and then we want to thank everybody for making this a long list for show 1292 special post election coverage is Ron Khan. Convey one convey and I get that way from Lincoln, Nebraska writes in I complete my 16th rotation around the Sun today. And what a better way to celebrate your 13th year on the air and my 16th year on the earth to donate to the best podcast in the universe. Your deconstruction throughout this COVID mess has been superb. I heard john get giddy about receiving cash in the mail. So I sent cash. I know I kind of discouraged it. Please call out my buddy Brad. Jesu ski Brad Jesu ski as a douchebag. I hit him in the mouth a month ago and he's and I'm still waiting for his donation. Yeah, I know he gets value from the program because we regularly discussed the show. No jingles but please give a covid karma to a co worker who is struggling with this China virus. And this is oh it is actually sir Roland ref of the frozen sheet.
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  • It's the damnedest thing I've ever heard. Here's the ISO that I thought might be good to show it trolls that are your dogs reacting at home? Well, I did have an end of show candidate Andrew show I so if you're interested in hearing that. Okay, let's check this out.
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  • something here. There's an idea. We could always do a combo, I guess. Let's see. The hammering could work. I like the dog guy. So I think it's I think is worthwhile. So Dame Jamie mentioned some clips. She said I actually pulled two of them. Are you familiar with the I guess that's where vaccinations really started the milkmaids who had the cow pox. And then they started using that too. And they they weren't getting smallpox because they were essentially infected by the cow pox. And that's when people started to realize well maybe there's stuff you can use that you can some infection you can take that will that will weird. It will ward off the smallpox you remember this? I remember the folklore story. I'm gonna I'll look into the real reality of it. But
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  • You think it's fake? You think it's a it's not true. Think of a simplified possibly, well could be wrong. Well, Dame Jamie brought back some stories, which I remember us covering briefly. But now they're kind of more interesting when you think when you listen to them in hindsight
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  • commas are killing their mink by gassing them with carbon monoxide one by one. After the family and this farm fell ill with covid 19. It became clear other people didn't infect them. The genetic structure of the virus they contracted was similar to mink infections. Every year, thousands of young men got killed and therefore is exported to China, Russia or the United States to be made into code and fashion accessories. The Dutch government initially said it wasn't necessary to call the main change when it became clear infections for widespread a last minute court case filed by animal rights activists failed to save the animals. So that
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  • was in the Netherlands but this is now taking place everywhere Spain, as
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  • well. Officials are ordering the killing of nearly 100,000 mink following an outbreak at a farm where animals are bred for for the Department of Agriculture, livestock and environment space our region is ordering the slaughter
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  • after seven workers on the farm tested positive for COVID-19 and the animals were found to be infected with the coronavirus. While the test initially came back negative
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  • this is weird. I mean, for months, we hear bats pangolins. The guy from Tegrity farms boning Mickey, Mickey Mouse in China, I mean all these different ways that it was passed from humans to animals and vice versa. And now they're killing all the mink, because they actually apparently can pass the virus back and forth. This is not something that would be huge news and needs to be investigated immediately. Is it just me or is this like just a throwaway story that could have something else? This is one of those animal rights scams. This is what happened when God knows how many cattle were killed in the UK during the phony hoof and mouth. Oh my goodness.
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  • And it's just seems to me it's just the the animal rights people I you know, this furs bad. And that's instead of thinking though, for is bad, let's kill them. Or maybe there's some natural protection that they have. They didn't say the minks were dying. The minks have the COVID pass it the humans can receive it from humans, but they don't die. And the ferrets a part of the mink and ferret or similar family are often used because their immune system is similar to ours. They used in all kinds of tests. Evil little evil little mammals.
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  • makes do for sure. So everything is shutting down. It's getting worse in in the EU. Much worse with with the shutdown. So let me see if we have Germany's locked down list. First of all in the UK, they've banned protests of more than two people. So you could protest as long as just you and one other person, which is not what Tommy Robinson did. He went over to speaker's corner Hyde Park, and he got arrested. And you can't do that anymore. This that was the best the place for free speech in the world. You could always count on putting up just standing on speaker's corner in Hyde Park and being able to say what ever you want it to and that's gone. Germany's locked down list to be closed restaurants, except for food delivery and pickup. All bars clubs, nightclubs and pubs, theatres, opera houses concert halls, movie theaters, casinos, gaming halls, betting offices, leisure parks, fitness studios, sports facilities, swimming pools, prostitution sites and brothels. Now it's time to panic.
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  • right there on the on the on this thing. Yeah,
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  • but it goes around. Where's the Oh, well, I guess they're legal in some parts. Yeah, their beauty salons massage and tattoo studios. Let's see tourists overnight stay offerings within Germany for prohibited professional sports only without spectators restricted visiting hospitals care facilities. It's a mess. What's open? How did they know that? I'm gonna ask you just a kind of a logical question. You watch the NFL fleet. But for example, they haven't nobody in the stands and they have a bunch of football players out there running around exhausting themselves punching each other, pushing each other down in the dirt falling on each other and they're not wearing masks or any protection whatsoever. They go back to the sidelines, and there's the coach with a mask on. And the other coaches mask john, the guys don't have any masks on dude, these guys just expendable. Which I'm just wondering, that brings up another point. It's, it's kind of interesting. That, you know, how many times have we heard of a of a, you know, one of these players and all he tested positive, but then a week later always claimed he can go back on the field. This has happened a couple that brings me to the the letter I got from producer Steve, is this producer Steve about his 60 days. Yeah. Oh, go ahead. Read it because I had the same letter. Yes, you do. It says to john and Adam studied, you might be interested to hear about my experience before dealing with COVID testing. Because I tested positive or two weeks ago, my company had a policy that I had to take two negative tests at least 24 hours apart before I go back to work. So I took a second test about a week after my first positive because I was feeling better and felt that was negative. One came back positive after the second test, somebody associated with the testing facility called me and told me to stop taking the test. He kept taking it over and over apparently, that I would continue to test positive with the nasal swab PCR tests for 30 to 60 days. And this is where it gets old, I need to schedule an appointment with a primary care doctor to get scheduled for a different type of test. That appointment was today. It was a zoom virtual meeting with the doctor scheduled for 1pm. The meeting came and went and the doctor never showed up. I called the doctor's office three or four times and he left a voicemail wondering what was going on. After about an hour the doctor's assistant called me. He told me there was a mixup. The doctor would not be at the meeting and somebody would have called should have called me the day before to tell me I explained to him what I was trying to accomplish taking two negative tests. He told me there's only one type of test and that there's no antibody test available. When I told him what I'd heard from the PCR testing facility, he was dumbfounded. He basically had no answer for me other than to refer me to a 24 hour clinic who could test me for COVID. I call the 24 hour clinic, ask them about their testing procedure, which they explained to me is the same procedures, the original one I already took. They confirm to me that will most likely test positive for 30 to 60 days. I told him that my company policy said that the policy is not in accordance with CDC guidelines. And the policy should be changed. I asked him how the NFL and NBA players were able to test positive, then test negative a week or so later to get back to play. Yeah. And they said that, well, it's a very expensive different test. No, no, no, no, it's this test. Is the test. Anyway, he goes on with this story, bitching and moaning Yeah, we can't get to the worst part. The worst part is he talks to his HR. And they're like, Yeah, well, whatever. Just just work from home, you can't come in and keep taking the same PCR test until it comes back negative. Ah, this is so much bullcrap. And now, Massachusetts, is this listen to this list. And again, this is not people dying. This is not a huge influx of, of ICU units that are beyond what they already have this this just crowd control to slow the spread of COVID and protect our hospital
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  • systems.
  • This is Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker. Today we're announcing a series of targeted interventions.
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  • First, the Department of Public Health will once again issue a stay at home advisory. This time the advisor will be in fact, from 10pm to 5am. Presidents should stay home between these hours with exceptions like going to work into the grocery store. I've also signed an executive order that will require indoor recreation facilities, theaters, casinos, and virtually anything else that's open. That's an entertainment venue to close at 930 will also require restaurants to stop providing table service at 930. But they can continue to provide carry out will also shut down liquor sales at restaurants and grocery stores and package stores and convenience stores. Why 30 pm.
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  • Why not just just just to train you slave Shut up, get ready for the climate shutdown. This is ridiculous. We've also updated the gatherings order to reduce the gathering limit of private
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  • homes to 10 people for indoor gatherings in 25 people for outdoor gathering
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  • that's like to me that 10 people indoor 25 outdoor is when they say you put your seat put your seat back up straight sir put just because of like oh This this decline of 15% is clearly difference between life or death upon landing or taking off in the airplane. This is ridiculous. With limited exceptions, this order also requires that all gatherings
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  • inside outside and private homes or event venues need and by 930. And finally, I signed an updated face covering order,
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  • face covering
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  • muscles, the age of five to wear a face covering in public, or making this clear for everyone, no more exceptions and no exemptions. When you for when you can maintain social distance. It's our hope that this simpler, more straightforward rule becomes easier for the public to follow and easier for local officials to enforce this mandatory order this way. And these measures will go into effect at 12:01am. On Friday, November 6,
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  • fantabulous everybody that sounds like a great place to be Massachusetts, great state. Spain is targeting young people now who really don't get that sick from from anything, but certainly not from the COVID-19 one of our producers was kind enough to translate a public service announcement into English so I'll try to give it the spin. We need some dramatic music really this game from where I'm sorry, Spain, Spain. Let me see if I have to have any dramatic music. It is Spanish it really surprised me how they knuckle under under the circumstances. Oh, it's it's insane. Listen to think, listen and reflect. The data is there. Since the start of the pandemic. They have detected over 53,000 COVID cases in young adults in the community of Madrid. You are young, but you are not immortal. The virus affects us all. Your positive result can be very dangerous. They have fined over 3000 people for not wearing a mask. Your version condemns all of us. in Madrid, over 1500 young adults between the ages of 15 and 29 had been hospitalized with COVID-19 this is not a game 70 ad lessons have been admitted to the Madrid ICU. I think you're invincible but you are not seven young adults in Madrid have died of covid being young doesn't protect you from COVID. And if the data doesn't convince you look at me COVID almost killed me. This is his fingerprint.
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  • Just traumatizing people,
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  • brother.
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  • Yeah, yeah, it's pretty bad. And well, and people are not having it all over Europe, riots are breaking out. Not that you'll hear about it,
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  • you need to be last night there was evidence of how Europe is buckling under the strain. Hundreds protested in Rome and other cities against the closure of gyms, bars, restaurants, cinemas, and theaters. For many Italians, the financial battering is proving worse than the illness itself. In Barcelona today, the Spanish hospitality industry was out in force against overnight curfews, regional travel bans, and a state of emergency which could last six months. This feels like ruin and death says this restaurant owner, we have debts to pay, and families depending on us. In Belgium, one of Europe's worst hit countries, the number of COVID patients in intensive care is doubling every eight days. So this is a continent being Wait, wait, hold Stop.
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  • Stop
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  • doubling. What's the numbers? Oh, I know. I know going from one to two is doubling. I think that every eight days. It's like so they had it they had a doubling no number. You're absolutely right. Good catch. Yeah, one guy there's two. Yeah, one
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  • of Europe's worst hitch countries. The number of COVID patients in intensive care is doubling every eight days. So this is a continent being plunged backwards in time. And it means that large swathes of public life are again closing after a brief
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  • summer break large swathes of public life Well again, that build back better is right around the corner so this is what we'll be looking at differences we have gun so be interesting to see how locked down we allow ourselves to be Massachusetts, they have strict gun laws in Massachusetts, and can just buy a gun you walk around with a gun, can you have a concealed carry? What's the deal in Massachusetts Do you know?
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  • This is strict, strict as I thought yeah.
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  • I think you can get permits though.
  • You can get permits for concealed everywhere in the country. You can get permits for concealed
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  • carry difficulty in New York City to get you can't just get a permit for conceal. You have to have you know you have to have permission from the mayor
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  • in New Zealand
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  • Now we've been talking about the camps. You heard the newly re elected Prime Minister of New Zealand very specifically say if you don't, if you ETS will give me tissue in the center. And if you don't want you to guess we'll just keep you for two more weeks. So you get to Tsu. Take your chances byton incentives, take a kissed you remember that clip?
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  • Yeah, we need work. You need work on that. Yeah, thank you.
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  • This seems to be for regular New Zealanders only. No, not for people who work in the government. You see,
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  • oh, that's the way socialists are. That's a socialist system.
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  • Yes. So here we have proof, as there was one public health official who tested positive and was sent home to quarantine at home. And this became a bit of a conversation in New Zealand. Well, wait a minute, how come he doesn't have to go to the to the to the quarantine center to the Gulag. And here we go. We had an actual q&a with the Prime Minister of New Zealand who dances around this in quite a funny fashion.
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  • We've had a few viewers from Christchurch email, and they're a little bit concerned about the the worker in the sudima Hotel in Christchurch, who has now quarantining at home, why are they quarantining at home? Why should not be in the quarantine facility?
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  • Yeah, we we always go through a process after a positive taste of wicking through, we're the best place for someone to be is. So just to traverse very quickly the details of this case, this is an in my queue worker. So because they work in a managed isolation facility, they are part of our screening testing, they were tested on Tuesday and tested negative over the weekend, because of course working in a facility are very aware of your own health and symptoms, mild symptoms. So they they stayed for the most part to themselves at one household contact who has come back negative, they have had one supermarket visit and there'll be a push notification around around that. But that's already undergoing a deep clean, and no doubt they'll be working with that person to identify whether or not they should be moving into a facility themselves as well. But we make the workers on the ground identify with the best place for them is so the
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  • worker decides when they get to stay at home or get to go into design.
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  • No, no, no, not No, not necessarily. But the public health workers on the ground work through the best place for someone to be often it will be there's a range of circumstances they'll take into account to determine where they should be. But for the most part, most, of course, our cases go back into a facility as a facility full is that the reason they're at home? No, no, no, not at all. This case was only identified yesterday afternoon. So it's not unusual for just a bit of time to be taken to identify all of the close context do the testing needs to be undertaken, and then work through making sure that we're putting the person into the facility, if that's the right place for them to be. So it's not unusual just to just to make sure that conversations head on the ground with the
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  • bullshit.
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  • You're right. This is exactly the socialist system for everybody except the government workers are members of the party.
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  • This swayed is why I was
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  • stunned by this
  • is nothing but sense to me.
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  • Well, yeah, but you've been around longer than most people. So you know what to expect these people for the first time for instance, a lot of people have not really seen predictive programming. You don't really know how to recognize it. Now Have there been a lot of movie productions going on in the past? Eight to 10 months?
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  • Not that I know
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  • of, I would say almost none. Yeah,
  • yet.
  • Netflix has a brand new movie coming out. That should be streaming any moment now. It's called
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  • a
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  • songbird. Listen to this short bit of the trailer.
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  • This rise as we enter the 213th leak of luck that grim new reality emerges in 23 has mutated
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  • turbo scan normal.
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  • Development confirms the virus attacks the brain tissue.
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  • Death toll rises to over 110 more infected Americans are being
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  • forced into quarantine.
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  • COVID 2023 Are you kidding me? This is
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  • Zuma movie they did this whole thing on zoom. No way
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  • man this is high high end production. What are you talking? I am zoom. No, no, no, I don't know and they got Demi Moore Okay, they got her somewhere and found her to do it.
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  • I don't know
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  • these types of things I find this scarier than anything because this prepares people for stuff you know it gets them ready for it gets them into the mood like Oh yeah. Oh yeah, this is exactly what it's gonna be like. Yeah,
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  • yeah that's what jolly woods. That's what they're built for.
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  • There was a beautiful moment on British British TV was at Channel Four maybe between Piers Morgan the blowhard who used to live here until we spit them out actually quite liked how he how he reports what's done Oh, can I you know, his main thing when he was here was like a such a he hated the American system and he hated guns.
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  • Yeah, so out you go
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  • and he's running a talk show and he keeps bringing this same crap up Get out of here go. uk or we sent him back to the UK. And he had a he was on a chat showed his I guess it was on Pierce's chat show and he had Nigel Faraj on and this was this was almost like an Adam and john thing even though we both would have known the right answer where Piers Morgan is convinced of something that happened that he is convinced and Nigel Faraj is no and then they go to the tape and well you'll hear it
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  • I just thought that his whole strategy of taking this so lightly, not dealing with it properly is nonsensical cure theories like you know, bleach and so on.
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  • Was woefully irresponsible.
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  • So now so obviously, we know that and this is almost like a very fine people thing. The President told you to drink bleach that's pretty much what Piers Morgan is saying here and Nigel Faraj is going to try and teach him that he's wrong.
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  • And
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  • this nonsense, he never mentioned bleach pairs. Do not. Do not.
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  • Do not allow your viewers.
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  • We literally all heard him, Nigel, you talking about?
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  • Are you seriously telling me? But he said yes. Do not. Do not remember. Wrong,
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  • wrong wrong.
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  • Let me add Well, you don't remember Donald Trump turning to his Coronavirus expert and saying you can now inject people with this stuff. This bleach
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  • is you're talking I won't use the word. All right, you're talking
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  • utter rubbish. I just want to clarify one thing. What I'm talking about is when Trump back in April said then I see the disinfectant which is bleach, or
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  • sorry, bleach. Nigel
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  • Did you know what
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  • you are inventing? Grow up stop being fake news.
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  • Nigel just just to clarify These are the words of Donald Trump
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  • stop being fake news. He never said bleach.
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  • play the clip you say he didn't say use disinfectant
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  • right and then I see the disinfectant
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  • in a minute, one minute and is there a way we can do something like that by injection inside or or almost a cleaning because you see it gets in the lungs and it does a tremendous number long so it'd be interesting to check that so that you're gonna have to use medical
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  • john, am I have I made that up?
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  • Yes.
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  • Okay, we just It's okay. It's okay. If you think you are you are
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  • you are
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  • sinking to the gutter by talking about bleach you know you are
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  • talking about bleach.
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  • I mean Isn't that crazy? They literally play the clip does know the word bleach is not there at all he started to already backpedal a bit by saying disinfectant but it's no relate this was a media story the media made up the bleach and drinking the bleach and then we had people who died from drinking bleach kid The guy is a play the clip in front of his face and he still thinks he's right. What is this
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  • is d dimension a dimension B stuff
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  • i mean but actually hearing your word and bleach when the word
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  • one is also worse the drinking go also not
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  • mentioned that That to me was just the word bleach is not
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  • in that clip.
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  • It's not in the clip. It was it was a media thing.
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  • The word drinking is not an act clip. No.
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  • This is yes dimension a dimension B cognitive dissonance
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  • extreme. I mean,
  • how many people can listen to that? which apparently Piers Morgan can Yeah. Who has been a Trump supporter most of the time? And he's he's managed to keep himself out of fallen into that pit. But now he's fallen into the pit. How did that happen? I mean, he didn't he didn't hear the literal words that were spoken.
  • No, apparently not. There's some hypnotic thing going on. It's pretty hard to explain.
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  • Well, I learned a very interesting new subject matter. prevalence induced concept change in human development. And it's a it's a it's a new study. We're not a new study came out at the end of 2018. But this this paper, which there's been no rebuttal to, was discussed by Brett and Heather Weinstein on their podcast. Now they are actual scientists. Can I say they're both scientists. He is a hardcore biologist a social what is what is he
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  • is a guy got run out of evergreen because he didn't, because he plays cards. Right?
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  • Right. So this so this is a study that pertains pretends to him, he's
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  • a democrat.
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  • Yes. But he's an actual scientist. So this real science is the real scientific study they're discussing here together. And it is phenomenally interesting. What this paper describes is an experiment that tested what people's perception initially about color having no connotation whatsoever, blue versus purple. people's perception of color, as one color in the experiment became increasingly rare.
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  • don't mean to me, yeah, you and I can see.
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  • Why do some social problems seem so intractable? In a series of experiments, we show that people often respond to decreases in the prevalence of a stimulus by expanding their concept of it. On blue dots became rare, participants began to see purple dots as blue, and threatening faces became rare, participants began to see neutral faces as threatening. And when unethical requests became rare, participants began to see innocuous requests as unethical. This prevalence induced concept change occurred even when participants were forewarned about it. And even when they were instructed and paid to resist it, social problems may seem intractable, in part, because reductions in their prevalence lead people to see more of them. Amazing.
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  • It's amazing. So if we can just put this in context, you and I immediately spot in that abstract. A claim that If true, has tremendous implications for things like claims of injustice. In effect, what we've got is a kind of built in apparently neurological relativism,
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  • that as something becomes rare, finds it where it isn't. Now, you can imagine that there are all kinds of reasons that your neurobiology would have such a feature, right? Imagine
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  • neurological relativism,
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  • you're searching for berries, right? The berries, you will find first are going to be the ones that are obvious and right in front of your face. As those get depleted. Because you've picked all the good ones, you have to become increasingly sensitive. So diminishing returns causes your perception to need to get more sensitive, you need to effectively become visually very paranoid in order to spot the one that's halfway hidden by the leaf. I know
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  • Yeah, that's an incredible phrase, isn't it? But
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  • okay, so you can imagine that this could result in you collecting more berries per hour, a kind of increase in your sensitivity, your sensitivity goes up, which means you keep finding the ones that are harder and harder to find. And then eventually, you're seeing Phantom berries, where they aren't, you're just seeing a shadow or a dark space in the thing, and you're reaching into getting nailed by a foreign. Alright, so we understand what the study is about. I don't know if I cut out there. Did you hear the whole clip? JOHN?
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  • I've heard that 90% of it. So I'm pretty sure I know what this study is.
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  • Okay, so I've never heard of this study. And he and Brett and Heather Weinstein make the logical conclusion, that if indeed, when it comes to colored dots, the less cup the rest, the less of the color you're looking for there is, the more you're going to see it in wrong places. That to me is fascinating. And of course, they can take this further right to their very own experience at the college. So what you've got is a system that has, I think an objective analysis would tell you that there was a great deal of racism at the founding of the country, even people who wanted to know better still didn't, right. And that the degree to which racism is a commonly encountered phenomenon has dropped dramatically. And that at this point in history, we are in Objective terms, far better off than we were with respect to this thing that we all agree is bad. However,
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  • not only that, but better than most of the world better
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  • than most of the world.
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  • And we all know what the goal are. We was zero racism, right?
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  • So that's an amazing degree of progress. But the point is, what it accompanies is a defect. Freeze in actual examples of racism that you encounter, which if this paper is right, in general, which it suggests, it seems to be by virtue of the fact that they weren't just looking at colors, they were looking at things like perceptions of threat and perceptions of injustice. Yeah.
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  • That what this suggests is that as the phenomenon in question becomes increasingly rare, people will find it where it isn't. Yeah. Which raises rather directly the specter that micro aggressions and every analogue of them
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  • is going to be formulated
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  • as you approach zero with respect to this being a common phenomenon. So if, if what these two scientists are discussing is real and the study is correct, that explains a lot about the craziness that we're witnessing in our
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  • explains everything it explains the 1619 project.
  • Yes, it explains Black Lives Matter, Inc. This is an exploitation of a human trait that must be known did these guys I guess it sounds me like that. Never heard of this before this was new to them. Well, I want to play a clip again, I want to read do a repeat of a 25 second clip, okay. This is the anti Trump report from DOJ to wallet number three, which is where the girl goes off on Trump's supporters
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  • did pretty well
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  • in this election. What explains that?
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  • Well, I mean, this is a reflection of where we are as the country, at least the United States, it's very divided. And there is at least 50% of the people who agree with his sentiments, whether we find them racist or misogynistic. They like him because he reflects their worldview.
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  • Yeah, if this is really interesting, so the less racism there is, the more likely you are to find it if you're looking for it. Even though it's racist, even though it doesn't exist, but this is an actual is a human condition. We have to remember this prevalence induced concept change. prevalence induced concept change doesn't have a very sexy title does it know it's a terrible it's not a great way to explain it to people, but the berries like people will looking for blueberries, and then they'll just see purple as blue because they want it so badly. And this test test was done with hostile looking faces with actual payment to find things that weren't that weren't existing. I mean, this is an odd human trait. Well, what's interesting to me about it, is that it really doesn't affect at least at all levels it has a trick effect of triggering is a good word for this At what point does it trigger in an individual I think it triggers in those people you always bitch and moan about which is the under informed over socialized? Yep it because it doesn't trigger in me I don't see racism everywhere but I'm older and I went through the whole you know, during Jim Crow era you live during Jim Crow
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  • I think I did I
  • technically a little bit it was there certainly Jim Crow is not an issue in California. But the point is, is that it triggers certain or certain people are being triggered by this and they're very definable. Yes you have certain characteristics and yes, NPC there's a lot of more celebrities and why what's common about them and a lot of them are in a high tech and what's common about what is this similarity between a jack Dorsey who needs a shave and and Brad Pitt that they would have the same the same notions it would be the same they start seeing the same racism everywhere because exists is systemic. Okay, does this digress? racist? What's causing it? Okay, well, what do those two have in common? jack Dorsey and Brad Pitt? Both of them have too much time on their hands.
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  • Will you think running two companies Dorsey Dorsey goes off and sits tight he sits in his yard for six weeks at a time please but what is what do they have in common then what do you think it could be? What What is this that? I mean, and of course you want to relate it to why are they triggered by systemic racism? Or why did they man Why do they imagine as exist Why do they Why do they see it everywhere? It's it's you know, we have a lot of smart people who listened to our show so why is smarter than us if they can? I have to say the media has something to do with it. It must be
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  • every must be must be.
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  • Yeah, I guess it gets if you keep if you see all day long. You see there's red berries, there's red berries everywhere. And you go look and there's no red berries. You're gonna start seeing red berries, that may be an amplification factor actually. And it plays off of itself. It's in a loop. Because then it goes out and it comes back into social media and then you got to see it again then it comes back. I don't know. Anyway, it's it's something something planes the probably does. Yes. And I love how the some of the trolls like, well, this is boring. This is two people talk. I can't believe I'm listening to science. Hey, we get boring it gets boring. Exactly. That's all that it really
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  • is. It's just boring. Put some pretty girls on the cover. The
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  • trial run, they did a trial run of the the Belt and Road project was the trial run was you know, they have the railroads set up now. They were going to ship finished pork to China. Let me see what the where it was going. It was going from? Let me see what there. You know that. So Finland has a lot of pork. They send it to me send it to China normally takes 40 days by container ship. And let's see where are they trying to go? stinks to high heaven by the time it gets there. Yeah. So they did a pilot rail shipment of pork departed the 25th of September was scheduled to pass through Russia, Kazakhstan and onward to South China's Chong going do I think oh, New York, Times Square in New York. And it didn't make it they got stopped somewhere along the line at the Russian border due to inadequate export documentation. So they still have to work on some of the particulars, but that failed that had to be destroyed. 20,000 pounds 20,000 when the Russians just steal it and eat it fried pork. Oh, by the way, let me see what was I just what did I just say? It was destroyed my ass. They stole it and ate it. The rest of it? Yeah. Oh, they got some work to do there. That's what I would do. Yeah. Oh, no. Yeah, to destroy this port. Just to give it to us. We'll take care of it. Look quick, little OTG. Just Just a quick review. I got the pine phone. Oh, yes, yes, everyone's on pins and needles about this report. So the pine phone is not Pyne 64. They make laptops and tablets that are all Linux based. But they make the hardware or they design the hardware. It's still I believe manufactured in China. And it has made out of wood. No, it's not made out of wood. And it has little switches. So you can physically turn off camera, microphone, Wi Fi or any networking, you can turn all these things off and on with physical switches. And there's a lot of excitement about what this particular company is doing because they are selling now. Granted, it's it's early days, and they say that and it's only $199. But I ordered this quite a while ago. And I was anticipating its arrival to quite a quite a few weeks to get here. And this is the convergence edition, which I want to stop you. Hundred $99 isn't peanuts,
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  • compared to an iPhone.
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  • Anything compared to an iPhone, we're not talking, we're talking about just a good smartphone or anything in between right flip phone, and it would go on to say the idea is that this has a mobile version of Linux. And that you can plug in a USB C port, you can plug in a monitor and a Bluetooth keyboard and you basically have your, your desktop computer in your pocket and the convergence so you can use it at your desk, and you can walk around with it. And like so I booted it up. It's a piece of crap. I mean, it's like it literally could not eat the browser, which is Firefox will not it crashes. It just crashes all the time you update the software, the software update or crash
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  • defective, you have a defective version, send out get another one and give us a new review.
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  • No, no, this is this is pretty much what everyone sees. This is this is not a defective device. what everyone says, Hey, man, it's for developers. It's early. Okay. All right. I'm sorry. I expected at least what what the phone came was the kind of work kind of work. So no, I it's so far off, john. And it's really really early days on this stuff. I don't think that's going to happen anytime soon. It's gonna take another two years before they figured this out. Too bad. I was very excited about it. Yeah, you were you're jacked. I was jacked and it was you know Really within 15 minutes and like, there's just no way that I've looked on the forums, I've looked at the YouTube videos and I updated everything and updated again and got the report now it's just No, it's just not working. However today, the pine, the Raspberry Pi came out with a new device, which is a throwback of epic proportions. Raspberry Pi Linux computer $100 now, and it's a keyboard, just like the remember the old like the Commodore the Vic 20, or the 64. It was it was basically the computer was the keyboard and you plugged your, your stuff into
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  • is just yeah, it's it's a way of doing it.
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  • Yeah. So that's what they've done. They've done a Raspberry Pi keyboard, and every and it's it's a lot smaller than the Vic 20 days. Everything's built in. All you need to do is add add your monitor, and you're good to go. And that thing's pretty powerful. They finally build the the $100 computer. I mean, you don't have the missing a monitor but the keyboard, the mouse, everything else is there. And it's Linux, you put any distro of Linux tires that come with something pre built.
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  • It comes with its own pre built Linux distro. You could put anything on it you want.
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  • That's mint, mint. Software, the whole loaded up.
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  • Yeah, but I think you'll find that they have most of the software, they have video editing, they've already done it. It's all it's all in there. Yeah,
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  • hundred bucks. So they got the word processors, they got everything in Libra
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  • started company Libra Libra office.
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  • And by the way, the monitor good monitor on that thing is gonna cost another hundred dollars is not the hundred dollar computer. True. True. $100 computer has to be 100 with everything. Okay?
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  • Well, yeah. It's just this this is nice, because they've kind of taken that it also reminds me the Sinclair ZX 80 in a way, although the keyboard is nice. Oh, God. Yeah, I had one of those. I love that. I love that. I bet you did. And in the OTG, two things have mentioned. One, we are three things actually. This is company in in the UK, which did a crowdfunding campaign and is on track to raise 5 million pounds. And this listen to what this company does. It, it you give it your bank information. And it logs in. And it analyzes your spending, and gives you handy tips, which on average saves the users 1500 pounds a year when they switch to this new company, which is named Snoop of all things. I mean, could they spell it out any clear Snoop sn Opie. And they've raised 5 million pounds from crowdfunding. And now the government thinks it's such a good idea. They've doubled the 5 million to give them 10 million pounds. And the number one tech innovation ranking for 2020. On this thing that you literally allow to log into your bank account and analyze what you do take it back to their server running through some AI mumbo jumbo. And people are excited about this. And it's called No, it's called Snoop couldn't get any
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  • dumb.
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  • Not quite as dumb as I've always wondered about the ring cameras. Yeah. And of course, we know that the cops can access footage. Well, they've taken it one step further. They're doing a trial in Jackson, Mississippi. Now. Now they'll just be streaming video from your doorbell. 24 seven people who participate in this trial. So you literally have built the Skynet surveillance system, in your own street in your own neighborhood. By allowing like it, you're gonna love it. Exactly. And then maybe and something I was hoping you could shed some light on apparently, proposition 24 passed in California, which means California residents will have a lot more rights to so called privacy over Silicon Valley, big tech companies than other states.
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  • Yeah, one of the things I voted no on. Yeah.
  • I believe it's one of those whipsaw bills that says that give me more in the taken away something. I don't know the details. I kind of knew when I did my little proposition list, because I read very thoroughly, thoroughly that what the Legislative Analyst thinks of all these things, and some other people. Yeah, I saw that they we have the privacy laws that we have a pretty pretty succinct and accurate and do the trick. What is this do? It adds another layer? And I think what it does, I think my thinking I think initially, I believe initially was that what this does is it complicates things to such an extreme Humans that no small company can really implement it. You need to have like Twitter or Google, you need a bunch of lawyers. That's exactly it. That's exactly what they're going for. That's what you do that and I'd say it's a precursor to what they want to do with section 230. It's the same thing. You know, it's like, oh, no agenda, social unworkable. Yeah. Big. Yeah, no agenda. Did you fill out your tsp report? About for the news, check section 230 to make sure that you're doing everything right. Exactly. We need that report every month. That's exactly what it's gonna be. Well, this report, it takes us it's a 20 page report. How are we going to do this every month? Yeah. Well, if you go into into arrears with the report, you're gonna have to turn one in every week. I mean, you can just see this just like a bureaucratic bullcrap, just a knock a little guy down, we're just gonna have to kick the little guy in the nuts,
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  • though, the whole system's got to move to the blockchain, john, that's where our podcasts will be. That's where everything is going to be.
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  • It's common.
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  • And people will be so sick and tired of Do you think after this election, that really, people? I'm just gonna presume Joe Biden wins, I think he has a good chance. He's got a big machine behind him. That'll be it for social media. That'll be it for media in general, they'll be no more Trump to kick around, no more Trump to the to have to, you know, get some good ratings for whatever reason, social media or whatever we can argue about. Yeah. They'll just be done. Well, I think everyone's going to go off and do their own thing. I don't see any of this as good for the media business, particularly big tech in general.
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  • Well, yeah, maybe. I don't know. All I know is that things just kind of keep going or whatever happens.
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  • agenda. Imagine all the people who could do that. Oh, yeah, that'd be fun.
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  • There was one thing I needed to tell you. The ant IPO this was the IPO that was supposed to be bigger than anything ever. Yeah.
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  • quite quite a bit on DHL.
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  • You didn't like I cancelled?
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  • Yeah, we talked about that, too. Oh, well, I didn't hear dh unplug. We're both very skeptical that this company's because any of those numbers that they think the government cracked down?
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  • Well, the the whole idea was this is the
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  • their whole thing about the number of transactions they can do in one second. It's ridiculous. What
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  • are they? What are they claiming?
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  • Oh, somehow it's like 10 times faster than anybody's ever done, including the biggest banks in the world. Oh, really? Look at these numbers, and you're good. You're just immediately skeptical. Like, really? How are they doing it? Nobody else? Well, I sent the article to the former New York banker today. And you know what his reply was? Yes. Never underestimate the power of the American banking system.
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  • Okay, all right. No, I think was the Chinese that stopped it, but
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  • it was the Chinese government. Yeah. What So what was the conclusion? What do you guys conclude? I mean, the reason for this moment doesn't need an embarrassment that's gonna make this look like a giant scam. And they also maybe wanted a piece of the action a piece of the IPO and they weren't going to get it not that there's going to be the biggest IPO in the history of mankind. Wasn't it all season, Aramco I mean, it was gonna be outrageous. It just didn't smell did not pass anybody, any normal person's smell tests. And of course, they would compete with whatever digital currency the Chinese government is working on. I guess they could be brought in. It's not that I don't think I think it was just I think it was just sketchy.
  • Huh, I have two clips, maybe three. I'm not gonna play the god guy in fatigues which I do. Have
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  • I don't even know I just don't even know what that is.
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  • You didn't see this everybody there's been so much mockery of it. I'm surprised you didn't see that. No,
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  • no, do now. Now you got me mocking
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  • it with nothing right? Well I got goggles standing I have to set it up I have the clip.
  • best I can if she's standing next to a four by four pickup truck as we've got these tires bigger than she is. She's wearing fatigues and an army hat and she looks and she's drinking a beer. And she's so she's talking to a middle America with this outfit on and discussing how you should vote for Biden. And then at the end, you're going to hear a crush the cans, he doesn't really drink from the beer. I don't think she drinks beer, and throws the Canada the ground. And everybody just mocked the hell out of this thing in play, and you can get it.
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  • I didn't know anything about this. This is Lady Gaga.
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  • I'm voting for America, which means I'm voting for Joe Biden. And if you live in Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, Florida or Arizona, I encourage you to vote. And if you have a friend that lives there, tell them to vote. I'm gonna be in one of these states tomorrow. Guess what, when I'll be in hence. I used to live there
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  • 2020 election?
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  • So I can't find a picture of this. In fatigues. That's what I'm looking for Lady Gaga in fatigues.
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  • Lady guy guy Joe Biden. I think you'd find it that way.
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  • Oh, so it was it was a Joe Biden. It was a Joe Biden thing.
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  • And she was all Miss Miss heartland in your 40s Miss Harlan. She's gonna be Chicago. She's gonna be there tomorrow somewhere that got most of the ridicule. I'm gonna be there tomorrow. You have to figure it out. I have
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  • not I totally missed that.
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  • That's funny. Well, it's you didn't miss much. Well, you know, the parodies were funnier generally speaking to the big fat guy. What happened yesterday is while everyone was you know, I had to do something else and I can't. In drew came over. And I got my podcast desk. The new desk is so cool. I've been running it Yeah, I've been running it all show. It's been phenomenal. Phenomenal. I'm gonna have to you know what, that's what you got disconnected? No, no, that's the wrong frequency on the bug they planted in that new deskey or?
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  • Possibly No, I don't
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  • interfering with the industry. I don't think that's the problem. I'll take when it's good. There's a couple more plugs that have to be done. And one or two more
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  • wires one where the plug with the
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  • Ethernet plug. Once all of that is done. I'm gonna I'll take some cool pictures of it. It is it is. It is beautiful. I'm so happy. I only waited half a year for it.
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  • So well. He was worth the wait so well worth it. You see the modern Millie's millennial Millie's? Yes. All the coup plotters? Yeah, her think of that.
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  • of her new her new video? Yeah. Yeah.
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  • To me. I watched it and I see all the stock footage. I'm like, Ah, no, I'm not that impressed. But I'm just not impressed in general by it. And and what was so new. It wasn't the point was that they were admitting they're going to do a coup against the United States.
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  • Yeah. Who was they?
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  • A bunch of douchebags. Mm. douchebag, BLM and douchebag this douchebag that mostly sunrise revolution or whatever they call summarize. Yeah, though. Yeah. Those because they got all the zoom. But these we've been watching these zoom videos for months, we've seen all this stuff that they're preparing. And it's a big LARP is what it is. It's a whole bunch of people sitting on zoom in their little rooms going. We have to be ready. We have to be ready for this and we will have to be armed
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  • and they're supposed to be taken over washington dc today and tomorrow.
  • 3:24:15
  • Yeah, well, I'm sure they can cause a ruckus. But I don't know if I can I mean, and my favorite is look at this map. We got this from the GIS. So we've downloaded more detail than Google look, we can see exactly where the police headquarters are. So what has to surround that and we'll have these escape routes to play the clip because you're just making fun of them.
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  • Yeah, of course I'm making fun of them. What where's the what's the coop
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  • plot coop? plotters coop plotters Millie
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  • anagrams analyst, I work in the national security community. I spent three and a half years as a contractor at DHS HQ.
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  • If you read the mainstream press like They all have signal
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  • accounts, text them leak everything you can
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  • think of making sure that we're naming what is happening as a clue, suddenly green in the MBC conversations that are happening and that's not literal side, we also are often
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  • on a coup.
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  • Do we have any plans for how to respond if
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  • there's a coup on the fifth we're gonna shut down the White House, Matt, the White has to know every access point. Should we knew he can block hate it, it's on the sixth, we're gonna shut down larger parts of Washington DC. We're working on a target map and
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  • a framework for scenario. So where all the police stations were all the key government buildings who the Trump boosters,
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  • members of Congress, they're coming in, we're going to meet up the airports are at Union Station, and send it back to where they came from. Until we deal with the situation that we're in.
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  • We're going to be in a crisis, but we want it to be one that we are creating.
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  • My favorite is the old bag who looks like Amy, Amy Goodman sister, and she's from EXO climate, existentialist whatever. And she's like,
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  • well, I make some of you under rebellion. Yeah, some
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  • of you will get hurt. You know? These people? Are you kidding me? I don't think a single one of those people on those zoom calls. We have to call it what it is a coup. We have to make sure that we say this. Ah, it's LARP Did you see it any other way?
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  • I just saw it as highly entertaining. Well, of course. I've always liked Millie
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  • especially the the YouTube comments as you pointed out to me on the you got to follow Yes.
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  • You got to follow the causeway you got to watch it full screen space.
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  • You don't watch it on your phone. You got to watch the full screen experience is what you want. Because
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  • those comments. Yes. Hilarious.
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  • clips and I was gonna say something else. I love how Millie set it up by saying this is so shocking. We've alerted the authorities to what we've uncovered. Okay, please.
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  • She's a little melodramatic. I
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  • just think, okay,
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  • she needs a little I think maybe a little work on the roots to my
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  • knee.
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  • Um,
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  • so let's play these two clips. I got I got Brooks and shields before the election, commenting course these are the two guys that are on PBS NewsHour. Both exactly the same political orientation is supposed to be balanced. They have never had anybody on that show that is, you know, balanced. Except that when they have a guy that kicked him off, he never gets back on. But let's I get two clips. One is Brooks really weird comment and prediction, and then shields, who actually says Oh, Biden in a clip where he makes absolutely no sense at all. And I just wanted to play these two because I've been I've been really remiss in not doing enough of these getting getting enough of these guys on the air. And I appreciate it. It's a great way to end the show with two guys that you're the only one left watching them. Here's Brian
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  • Brooks. Well, the polls are seen seen if 2016 hadn't happened, we'd think oh, it's gonna be a very clear by the wind. But 2016 didn't didn't happen. So we don't know. I think what strikes me most about the electorate right now is just how fraught they are. 70% of Americans say that there will be permanent damage to this country if the wrong candidate wins if the other candidate wins. 80% of Democrats say that if Trump wins, he will take us gradually toward dictation dictator dictatorship. 90% of Republicans say if Biden wins, he will take us gradually towards socialism. So there's a great sense in the country on all sides, that if my side loses this election, the country is in mortal peril. And so that's what makes this such an intense election. The piece of good news to me is if you ask people, what's the single bi