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  • Man, can
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  • you turn it down?
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  • Adam Curry Jhansi devorah this is your award winning nation media assassination Episode 1200 93 This is no agenda broadcasting live from opportunity's own 33 in the frontier of Austin, Texas. starts in the morning, everybody. I'm Adam Curry
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  • from Northern Silicon Valley where we discovered that if you take the year 2020 and divided by 666 to market the beast, you get 30330. Joe Biden's text number we've elected Satan and Jhansi Dvorak.
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  • Yeah, yeah. Okay. Well, there's that. Satan. Oh, man, man, man.
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  • Dude, we almost gotten a well, I was okay for me. But Tina got no sleep last night.
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  • Was there an earthquake coming? Or what was the deal? You know, we live
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  • in South East Austin on the tip of gentrification. So, yes, so we have the apartments behind our house. The section eight apartments were playing their Mexican music until 430 this morning. And you can't go tell people who are partying that they can just like not not with such
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  • not under section eight apartments. Thank you very much.
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  • That's a victory. Like it's all fine. But again, man, it's the it's the distortion that gets me. Yeah, and just in our bedroom. It was Oh, my goodness. Okay,
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  • man, can you turn it down?
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  • Yeah, really?
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  • So
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  • Oh, my goodness.
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  • Our local areas we had the biggest party will there's big giant celebration party in the Castro. Yeah. Oh, sure. Massive Yeah. And you look at they had a chopper fuck. And I'm looking at this and look at this is the size of a Trump rally Annecy? Anybody in the news media complaining about no social distance saying lack of masks? No. Fine. Celebrating, okay. Those other things out the window. It's what it is. You know, that's just what it is, john. It is what it is what it is, yes, my goodness. And right after show day two, all of this happened. And it was just coming down fast and furious. And we knew that the media would not give up their position as the ones to call the election. But again, like the the election evening speech the Joe Biden did, which is not a victory or concession speech, which was rare in my recollection. Now we had a victory speech, before concession was given. Has that happened? Satan? Okay, I gotcha. But Has that ever happened before has Satan effort? One out, right. So so we don't know. It was. Okay. So we'll talk about all the all the potential fraud and everything. There's lots of stuff to go through. But people were so invested in this and it was so obvious with the celebrations it was I mean, it was fantastic. To see everybody so happy and so elated. We went out to dinner last night with one of the millennials and she was super happy. Not with Joe Biden winning, by the way, because he's no good, but just you know, having defeated racism that was that was a win. So I understand the jubilance. Brian, the gay Crusader was cruising the streets of Philadelphia. And he was sending me pictures in real time. A van arrived on the scene opened up their doors and out came all the way one prepared printed signs. What was interesting Not a single one of them had joe biden's picture on it. It was only Camila. Oh, the Oh, he he sent you pics? Yeah. He said I can't find a single one over the newsletter. Okay, well, he's hearing this and we'll send them to you. I'll send what I have. But oh yeah, it was he's the one that was sending me the signs you know when when they were counting the votes and all of this stuff, both sides but this was the the victory party. Pre printed signs did not have camera on it. I'm sorry, had a camel a bunch of camela stuff going on here. There was Berkeley had a big party because camela lived in Berkeley. She's a Berkeley girl. Then okhla had a big party because she's an Oakland girl. Yeah. And the San Francisco had a big party, because she's the San Francisco girl and possibly gay. So there is the possibly gay three, three events. I hadn't heard this one. That's a good one. But the the most interesting response I saw and there was an I have a whole bin full of just quick media responses with what people were saying and who all of a sudden appeared on the scene. It was, it was really because, you know, familiar faces came back after months of being vacant. And Van Jones was on set with anderson cooper as as the news came in that the media had determined by Joe Biden Kamala Harris had won the election again, the media has determined this. So that's, that's, you know, they've they've kept their with their, with their mantra and with their mission. But Van Jones was deeply affected. And this was real, I'd why. Well, listen to me, if you say it's real, it's fine. It's real. But why? Why was he affected? Yeah, this had everything to do with race. Why is he talking about Detroit? I'm sorry, as he sets it up so beautifully, and then messes it up once again.
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  • Oh, God.
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  • Here it is. I'm gonna edit that. So it sounds slicker.
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  • Why bother?
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  • It's, um,
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  • well, it's easier to be a parent this morning. It's easier to be a dad. It's easier. It's easier. What? To tell your kids character matters. It matters. To tell them the truth matters. A good person matters.
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  • And it's easier for a lot of people. If you're Muslim, in this country, you don't have to worry if the president doesn't want to hear. If you're ever good, you don't have to worry if the President's gonna be happy to have babies. Send dreamers. Back. vindication for a lot of people who it really Oh my
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  • god,
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  • you know, I can't breathe. You know, that wasn't just George flow. It does. A lot of people felt that couldn't breathe. Every day, you're waking up and you're getting these tweets, and you go into the store, and people who have been afraid to show their racism get nastier and nastier to you and you worried about your kids, and you're worried about your sister? And can she just go to Walmart and get back into the car without somebody saying something to her, and you spent so much of your life energy, just trying to hold it together. And this is a big deal for us just to be able to get some peace and and have a chance for a reset. And the character of the country matters. And being a good man matters. You know, I just want my son's to look at this.
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  • Look at this. You know, it's easy to do what the cheap way and, and get away with stuff. But it comes back around. It comes back around. And it's a good day for this country. I'm sorry for the people who lost it for them. It's not a good day. But for a lot of people. It's a good day.
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  • And I think this is stopped, Stop the presses and give yourself clip of the day right off the bat.
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  • This is I think a great example of what a pixie is Pixie p ICC perception induced concept change. He has seen so much racism during the past four years that probably did not exist, like the berries are trying to pick as we explained on the last show,
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  • but one of the greatest moments in the history of the no agenda show is
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  • discussing that perception induced concept change. And it's real. This guy was really affected. That's not acting. It's just it's and just to accentuate that. It's all about race. Here's Van Jones and it was an earlier maybe a later segment with David Axelrod. Why is he talking about Detroit? Why is he talking about Philadelphia? It's not subtle. It's race. It's race. It's Donald Trump's go to play, and it's disgusting. So I just want to say that I appreciate you, teeing it up.
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  • Unbelievable that he can say these cities are known for corruption, etc, etc. There's this corruption all across this country, in every institution. Why are
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  • you singling out these two black cities? Oh, that is why are
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  • you denying the victory that these people have fought for? For, I'm upset about it.
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  • There's no white people in Detroit, by the way,
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  • because African Americans have fought so hard for the right to vote. I just want to finish. African Americans and our allies have fought so hard for the right of this right to vote for us is precious.
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  • john lewis died this year.
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  • This is something we went and we got young African Americans across this country to believe to buy in, to stand in line to do this thing, and have the president knighted states crap all over their efforts, it hurts. And you can say you didn't mean it to be racial,
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  • but it feels natural to us.
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  • I should have said prevalence induce by the way it's not perception, prevalence induced.
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  • Like perception.
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  • But that's not the official name.
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  • We can change it. Okay.
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  • purse have hereby changed. Done. That's how easy it is. It's nice, by the way, how bad fit in that that little we need. It's time for a reset on that previous clip. It's time for a reset. And anderson cooper not black. He has his own way
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  • of venting his anger. I don't think we've ever seen anything like this from President of the United States. And I think this district said it is it's sad and it is truly pathetic. And of course it is dangerous. And of course it will go to courts. But you'll notice the President did not have any evidence presented at all didn't mean no real actual evidence of any kind of fraud. Talked about people putting up papers in Windows, he talked about things that he'd seen on the internet. That is the President of the United States. That is the most powerful person in the world. And this guy cjm asshole.
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  • You're missing the best part.
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  • That is the President of the United States. That is the most powerful person in the world. And we see him like an obese turtle on his back flailing his hazzan realizing his time is
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  • over. That is a great image.
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  • thick. I love that
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  • Jake Tapper is also his whole cnn crew was great. Jake Tapper is he's like that kid that would stand on the back wall, the wall, the the fight is going on. And then when you know, the losers on the ground to go where they go, ha, take that bully. And kick him. Yeah, he's got some good ones like this. It is time for Republicans to start
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  • praising Caesar and preparing to bury him boasts.
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  • What else did he have here?
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  • He and his offspring, his spawn
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  • are out
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  • there putting out tweets that are just you know, that they're having his spawn. I love that. He's taking it to a whole new level as a serious journalist. It's really, really good. Um, he NBC, of course, you know, it was interesting to see how Trump came out after Biden on election night. And, you know, when he said, Hey, this is not over. But what did NBC do when the press the president came out? This was his counter speech to a kind of pre victory speech without without concession from Joe Biden, and here's what NBC did.
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  • I said, What happened to the election? It's
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  • off. And we have all these announcers saying, what happened? And then they said, Oh, because you know what happened? They knew they couldn't win.
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  • So they said, Let's go to court. And did I predict this noon? Did I say this? I've been saying this from the day I heard, they were gonna send out 10s of millions of dollars
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  • to the president speaking at the White House. So we got a dip in here, because there have been several statements that are just frankly, not true. The President's lower than going through some of the states stating that he has prevailed in those states, they mean, Georgia saying they're winning Georgia, or they won Georgia, there's no way they'll catch us that they're winning Pennsylvania, won Michigan. The fact of the matter is those states have not come close to counting all of their vote. They're still outstanding vote. Do we have a moment to go to check? We'll keep our ears on this and promising Oh, yeah. I mean, news events weren't but just Can you
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  • as news events warrant, the incumbent president is is contesting what the what his challengers saying and it has to be something newsworthy. We'll just talk over this in fact check in real time with no evidence.
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  • Why it is that there's it's not possible for anyone to say they've won in this particular state.
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  • So what we have here, first of all,
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  • to 1.9 million votes have not so I just found that a disservice to their viewers, quite honestly.
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  • I'm
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  • not know right? Not to their What am I say? Why am I even thinking that way? It's just service to their viewers. What their viewers need. john brennan reappeared. Of course, he's back on the scene. He's back out of hiding now that he feels a little bolder. john brennan, former CIA chief under Obama, and definitely involved in some shenanigans somehow. And he's an NBC analyst, and he came on the show on the panel with Nicole Wallace. And I just love how he characterizes this wind by Joe Biden.
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  • First, your reaction to what
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  • would appear to be joe biden's inevitable
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  • victory here?
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  • Well, I think Joe Biden has demonstrated that he is ready to be president because he has been very presidential, in terms of his poise
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  • in terms of his patriotism and professionalism, as we still await the official results of the election. He He's ready, because he looks
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  • apart. So I
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  • am very confident that Joe Biden is going to be inaugurated in January.
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  • But I am concerned about what
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  • may happen in the next 10 weeks, as Donald Trump refuses to recognize
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  • knowledge, the will of the American people
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  • who Yes, this is where it starts to get very hairy. And Brennan is here on the scene to tell you that. Boy, it's not looking good. You know, he still has control of the institutions.
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  • Do you think this scenario where we once again say, Oh, the institutions will hold the very ones that Donald Trump has really vandalized and ransacked? Do you think it is up to the FBI in the department?
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  • What some, you know, hey,
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  • ransack the FBI. This what he just said, Let's
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  • listen to get vandalized and ransacked do you think?
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  • Let's go back. That's funny.
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  • Oh, hold the very ones
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  • that Donald Trump has really vandalized and ransacked
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  • FBI and the Department of Homeland Security to tell them you know, hey, pal, you're trespassing. It's time ago.
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  • Oh, that's exactly what department. security's gonna. We know you're in there, you're trespassing.
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  • I think they will, they'll
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  • try to do that. But I wouldn't be surprised if he decides to sack Christopher rea for as
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  • well as maybe Gina haspel at CIA, and to install people who are going to try to do his bidding for him.
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  • And so that's why I do believe this is a very dangerous time, because as your previous guests have said, No, Donald Trump is
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  • not used to losing at all, and he's going to do everything possible. And he still retains the powers of
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  • the presidency until noon on January 20. And so he can do a lot of damage domestically, as well as internationally before he is forced to leave office because he will no longer have the authority to order anybody around after January 20th.
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  • Such insight from Mr. Brennan fantastic. Some people showed up after months of absence on the on the networks, this was on ABC. And they had they had advice for the incoming president that rahm emanuel from the from the Chicago Crime tactics family came in to, to say exactly what Joe Biden and Kamala Harris should tell everybody who is working in retail,
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  • and there's going to be people like at JC Penney and other retail those jobs aren't coming back,
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  • give them the tools six months, you're
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  • gonna become a computer coder will pay for it. And you'll
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  • get millions of people to sign up for this.
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  • Give him give him six months. teach how to code and we'll pay for it. It's fantastic.
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  • Give him the tools six months you're gonna become a computer coder will pay for it.
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  • Give them the tools you get. Here's your army,
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  • this many computer coders.
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  • We do we need coders. We need more coders? Yes, of course we do.
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  • This is the big lie. I wish people would like realize what a big lie the whole girls can code. You can code weekend code. People get fired from their job didn't go code. This is a malarkey. And I did say it. I'm going to use some of the satanic terms once in a
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  • while. It's okay. I have my garlic on. So not a problem. Well, let's just go back and finish this clip. It's short, but it is beautiful. It's just beautiful.
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  • Most jobs aren't coming back, give them the tools six months, you're gonna become a computer coder,
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  • we'll pay for it. And you'll get millions of people to sign up for that they are not.
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  • And we need to give them a lifeline to what's the next chapter?
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  • Well, if you remember, when Chicago under rahm emanuel got rid of closed down all the public schools and brought in the charter schools. They were paid for. And I could I presume are continued to be paid for by Cisco. And they had this whole pipeline you remember they were built near the Cisco, the Cisco factory where the fresh coders could go straight from school into Cisco. Do you remember that any
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  • of that?
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  • vaguely and I think I kind of messed it up in my brain to think that they're gonna go straight from coding school to prison.
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  • Yes,
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  • well Chicago.
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  • It's one of two paths straight to prison, or straight to Cisco to go code. Either one. We are very fortunate that the lucky moment that Kamala Harris found out that she was the vice president elect, according to the media was caught on tape. This is very, very lucky moment as she's talking to Joe.
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  • You're gonna be the next president of the United States.
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  • Yes, of course, he's drunk. And she's. As an aside, if Biden and Harris are inaugurated, she's gonna be great for the show. You know, she's
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  • gonna be great for the show's income.
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  • Oh, well, you got to stop saying that. So what? It's what it is. I
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  • mean, you So what? no income no show.
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  • Well, that's exactly right. There's they're destroying institutions all around the world, including the dough.
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  • We'll get it we will get to do a go pack door roll game. Oh, you mean like shed the clip at the ready?
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  • A
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  • drunk or not drunk?
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  • we've we've done this with her a couple times.
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  • If you play the old clip, it's a little classic.
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  • Okay, let me see. No, that's not it. I I you know, I really don't remember which one it is. No, it's not it should be drunk or not. Yeah. Do you know how many drunk or not drunk there are here? But I actually don't see a drunk or not drunk. kinkel drunk? Well, we'll find it and we'll start using it. Yeah, she seems like she's plastered half the time nowadays. I think she knows she's in over her head and she's gonna get the job as President. And it's going to be a disaster. I already saw. See, where was this? It was I have
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  • this scenario, I can re express it.
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  • Well, okay. Let's hear the scenario.
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  • The scenario is they get in Biden has got Parkinson's and other issues that give him the 25th amendment treatment, which can lead go along with because she has to be president. She did run for the so she wanted to be president. So now she can be president. She becomes president. She's a fuckup. And meanwhile, you get to the midterm elections. This all happens before 2022. The Republicans just kick ass because of the mess that the Democrats have created. They win the house easily. And they add to the Senate, maybe to the point where they have 60 seats. They impeach camela Yeah. And they get the votes and kick her out and put in this the Speaker of the House, which will be a Republican, which would probably be McCarthy character.
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  • She's dead womb dead woman walking.
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  • That's a lot of Republicans. That scenario, by the way has been, it's not my idea. That is a republican scenario that some people are muttered about. That's why they kind of hope Trump does get kicked out because then they can really kick some ass. And Trump has already done his job. He's got his three Supreme Court nominees, a million federal judges, that he brought attention to China, nobody cared about that, including Biden, until now. He brought attention to the border problems. And he's all he needed to do because he was he was kind of kind of sloppy in the office, he couldn't play the game, right? They were out to get him and the media was just so united against them. He also brought attention to the media. He's the one who really popularized the idea of fake news. He's done his job, he can now go off, I think, and start a news network to compete with Fox because fox is sold out because of James Murdoch and his wife, that's when it started. And she's like a big Hillary's bot. And they ended the whole operation is going down the tubes, because just becoming another MSNBC, they can bring out in Tucker and Laura Ingraham pair of Frau Ingraham can come over maybe even hannity who doesn't really matter, because he can do whatever he wants, and then start a new network with somebody with with the help of Burnett, it Burnett could be the new roger ailes, and they can get this thing going off the ground and become, you know, media moguls, I think that would be the way to go. Okay, so that that is definitely a scenario. Which makes a lot of sense. And if you look at the president, a, you know, to me, he looks kind of like a man defeated. Maybe he's just tired. I can imagine I'm tired from just the partying last night. And that wasn't me party. Let me just read the statement that the campaign put out. Just so we know. Because, you know, this is obviously not over fat ladies not in yet. And I think it's probably useful to understand similar scenarios and then the process and then I want to talk about what's being looked at Regarding voter fraud, so the process is actually very convoluted. There's so many different things that that can happen. But maybe we'll go back to what happened in 2000, which I thought was very similar to this where there were discrepancies in the votes. And then they had to go down and stop everything. And let's, you know, check out if these votes for real if they were hanging chads or dimples, and that was kind of the focus of it all. But john, you the Hoover Institution, and I think he was in the Department of Justice during the Bush years. He's the guy who wrote the memo that said, tortures, okay, Ah,
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  • yes. Excellent. That's,
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  • that's actually a Cal Professor full plate.
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  • Well, no, but it's Well, right now. He's at the Hoover Institution. I don't know if he's still teaching a cow. Anyway, so he explains what happened in Florida 2000, which is just I think it's good. Good to hear, just to understand, because it's not exactly what's happening here.
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  • A Florida and its electoral votes, were the deciding factor. Without Florida, neither bush nor Gore, could get a majority the Electoral College. Right. And so the problem was that in several of the counties in Florida, because Florida, like most states dry gives the responsibility to conducting the elections and counting the votes to counties. Down at that level, there were many ballots, which were argue arguably, we're not valid, because people had not actually chosen a candidate for president. Or and this was the day of the hanging Chad, this was a day when you would punch a hole in the ballot, some of the ballots, people had not punched a hole all the way through for the President. And they might have just made a little dimple where the Chad was hanging enough. And then there were arguments that people make mistakes on the bounce, because Ralph Nader had also was running for president. And you saw strangely high vote totals for Nader and some of the counties. The election was already close. And in the range where you would have an automatic recount that recount as the original vote did fell for President Bush. But then the Florida courts intervened, the Florida State courts intervened. And they started to require more recounts, and they started to push the deadline back for the choice of the electors as they fought more and more counties in Florida might have made mistakes any judge to vote legitimate or the way they count a vote. And it would have gone on except the US Supreme Court eventually intervened and stopped the Florida courts from ordering more recounts. And so then the original win for George W. Bush was allowed to go forward, those electors were allowed to be picked and then their votes could go to Washington DC for the final electoral vote count.
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  • Now it was not as information informationally aware back in the 2000s, I was doing other things. But man, that's not the way I remembered at all. I thought, Oh, you know, they went back, they counted, they figured out what was a vote or wasn't a vote. This was a Chad, that was good. That wasn't and then that had nothing to do with it. The Supreme Court stepped in and said, Now you got to stop doing that. Just stop it. And I'm not I would have to look at to see what grounds but they basically went back to the original. The original Tally. I should mention, which is the act that the mood long after the fact that the documents are still available in the Miami Herald are kind of a left leaning typical. Yeah, newspaper, went back and did to count themselves with using a team of people two months. And they came to the conclusion that bush did when this was brought up on the c span show a couple of times. And once in front of two been the Yeah, we know to been the perv. And he said, I don't think that's true, because he was in denial and all the democrats were in denial to this day. And Al Gore still goes, when he gives a presentation says Hi, I'm your should have been president. What to do? He does. Right. Well, I think this election is going to go all the way to the Supreme Court. And here's the statement from the Trump campaign beginning Monday our campaign will start prosecuting our case in court. To ensure election laws are fully upheld and the rightful winner is seated the American people are entitled to honest election. That means counting all legal ballots. This is now this is the key difference between the two parties. One says count all the ballots and the other says count all the legal ballots. In fact it even says after this not counting any illegal ballots. This is the only way to ensure the public has full confidence in our election. It remains shocking that the Biden campaign refuses to agree with this basic principle. And once ballots counted, even if they are fraudulent, manufactured or cast by ineligible or deceased voters, only a party engaged in wrongdoing could unlawfully keep observers out of the courtroom and then fight in court to block their access. So what is Biden hiding? I will not rest until the American people have the honest vote count. They deserve that democracy wants. So I don't think Joe Biden is hiding anything. He really has. He's the one guy who has nothing to hide. There's nothing there. There's nothing to hide. He's not hiding anything. But he has some clips about this. Oh, hold on. I'd like to play the process clip of what's going to happen now. Okay, yep. This is a junk professor, adjunct professor for the Quinnipiac University, john, Pontius young professor was the right word.
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  • JOHN tabea, by the Safe Harbor day, which I think this year is December 8, or ninth, every state has to decide, and it has to certify their vote who won their state. And then their electoral votes have to be cast by the first Monday after the second Wednesday in December, which I believe is the is the 14th. If that doesn't happen, and things aren't resolved, but 14, then then that then it really gets messy and all hell breaks loose, because at that point, and I don't want to give a law school class here. But at that point, the legislature's of all of these disputed state states ostensibly have the right to then award the electoral votes to the candidate that they want to. So the way it works is by the 14th. If there's not a decision by then what happens is the right to vote. In December, I'm sorry, the right to vote, people think it says constitutional right to vote. But really, originally, each state legislature used to be the ones that would award the electoral votes to the candidate that they selected. Over the years over the last 200 some odd years, each state by stat, their own statutes have awarded that the right let's say to the to the citizens to have an election day and then decide which candidate should get award electoral votes. However, the right is called a plenary right meaning each state legislature technically has the right to sort of pull the right to vote back into their state legislature, and then decide which candidate they want to award the votes to now it really gets dicey when you have a state that has, let's say, a Republican legislature, majority legislature and a Democrat, Governor, and I don't even know what happens, then I don't know that anybody can give you a definitive answer and nothing happens. And nothing is decided by Election Day or Inauguration Day and into January, then that's when the other doomsday scenario kicks in, where it goes to the House of Representatives. And you're right, each state that has only one vote.
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  • So it's always fun to hear an adjunct professor saying he has no idea what happens then. But it seems clear to me.
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  • And I'd like you guys, there are processes in place.
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  • This is going to the Supreme Court and it's going to be decided based upon the will will people read it as the modern version of the constitution the living document that has to morph whereas back when the Second Amendment was brought in, people used muskets and black powder. Or
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  • by the way, that argument when somebody brings that argument, make sure to mess you can also have a cannon and a real cannon in your front yard and you could shoot it.
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  • So it's going to come down to and that would be Amy Coney Barrett, how is she she's a constitutionalist and originalist, I think they call it so it will, it will come down to that. And it the fat lady is not in the building, it's going to be very interesting, because, well, let's put it this way. And I know you want to play some clips, I do want to come back around to all these allegations of fraud and a lot of the rumors and things that have been discussed a lot before even do that. I want to mention that if people want to when you as you listen to the news, there's not a newscaster that does not preface anything Trump has to say about fraud without saying on founded on belief without ever
  • 34:18
  • really do not want to present Trump's side of it. They want to they just continue to hound him about unfounded accusations of fraud. You know, I mean, it's just unbelievable. Listen to these newsreaders.
  • 34:32
  • Well, then then there was what they are their news readers. They're not journalists, they're news readers. So when a news reader says without evidence, it's like okay, fine, whatever. It's okay. Now, there are two things that we're doing the rounds and we discussed them both on Thursday. Any
  • 34:51
  • accusation just at this at this level is always going to be without physicals. I don't know what evidence they want except for the fact that There's a lot of anomalies that don't make any sense. That's kind of evidence circumstantial. But anyway, but you know, that's just what they're doing it the whole thing's been a setup, it seems to me.
  • 35:12
  • But there may be a couple setups. And just to get to this now, there were two theories, rumors, pieces of news floating around about how if voter fraud was being committed if it was being detected if it was being followed if it was being tracked, and and we mentioned both of them. And the first one is the tract ballots. And they're the involvement of Department of Homeland Security in printing these ballots with special watermarks, which varied from isotopes to other types of things that I've heard. And so the first thing I'd like to do is play this video from the SIS director. This is the this is the the outfit that in the government that is responsible for the safety of the elections, and he posted quite a quite a long video, so just grabbed the pertinent first part of it and explains exactly what they did. Hi,
  • 36:17
  • I'm Chris Krebs with the cybersecurity and infrastructure security agency. The last several years, we've been working with election officials across the country to ensure that the 2020 election is as secure as possible. We're now in the final stretch of the election, and 10s of millions of voters have already cast their votes free from foreign interference, we remain confident that no foreign cyber actor can change your vote. And we still believe that it would be incredibly difficult for them to change the outcome of an election at the national level. But that doesn't mean various actors won't try to introduce chaos in our elections. It makes sensational claims that overstate their capabilities. In fact, the days and weeks just before and after election day are the perfect time for our adversaries to launch efforts intended to undermine your confidence in the integrity the electoral process. Cyber actors can do this by taking advantage of the fact that sometimes it's not clear how technology is used.
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  • For starters,
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  • election officials use computers to improve both your ability to vote and the accuracy of the vote itself. But in doing so, election officials understand that these systems aren't perfect. And sometimes things break malfunction or could even be hacked.
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  • All right. So yeah, everything's all good. No mention of any printing or tracking of the ballots. And what I had heard from one of our military intelligence people, was that there was some tracking mechanism in place. Now, as the show ended, it became a little more clear what the full story was. And Steve Botanic, I guess he went on info wars, or maybe multiple places. And he started talking about this exact same thing that we had talked about. But what blew me away is that it wasn't just some watermarking or tracking. But the story goes, it's the Q Fs blockchain did include GPS tracking. And it was activated, you know, at four o'clock in the morning, when when the the phony ballad started coming in. Now, the reason the first of all, for Steve Botanic, he staked his reputation on this to me and an email because I said, Qf s blockchain. Because I know all about the story of the Q Fs blockchain because this is part of what the Fed now real time payment system is supposedly going to be. We've talked about it on the show. It's the quantum financial system, it has off world servers. I mean, you laughed in my face about it now, fed now is actually happening. But somehow this Q Fs blockchain came into this story. And that this financial network that is supposedly going to circumvent all existing networks will be pegged on gold will be money, or whatever the story is, and there's multiple and there are people, john who swear their life to me that this is true. Yeah, I mean, really, I can
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  • I just throw one little thing in there. Yeah, sure. 10,000 sealed indictments,
  • 39:33
  • right. Well, it's all it's all part of the same thing. Now. But But Channing he really in an email to me staked his reputation on it. In some personal mention.
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  • I will mention me me somehow. I guess on face bag. This pathetic video has been floating around. It's got everybody a titter. Mm hmm. And she's called me up. What is this?
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  • Did she say?
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  • Who is this Steve pike Hi. Steve Pacheco is like a friend of the shows. It's just again she goes on. She said, so this thing was the staying and they're gonna bust all these people, I think Yeah. Okay. Anyway, you know, my, this would be my position. Yeah, no, I understand.
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  • Yeah. So for me, it's, it's very complicated because I
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  • want to hear more about what he said to you.
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  • He's, he's, he brought this to a very personal level, which I'm not going to discuss. But he, you know, I was like, I will never talk to him again. If this turns out to be bogus. That's that's the level of it, you know, it's like a serious thing. Now, we'd already done the show so but this Q Fs I'm like, No, no, no, it's it's a hard enough for me to get my head around q Fs as the replacement for real time transactions and somehow XRP ripple alt coin has something to do with it. That's hard enough, but Okay, I'll go along but then the same system I think it's very possible because what is the one thing that is consistent amongst the financial system this tracking system and even people who would frequently listen to Steve botanic his cue the letter Q? So this may just be maybe we haven't figured out like like, hey you q idiots. You're gonna sit around and wait for this. And the next thing that's circled around was this is this is my favorite. a press release, which now I can't share this this will eventually go on the AP is working as the way it's shared, verified Department of Homeland Security. DHS announces election audit sting after contentious US election sparks confusion and outrage from election skeptics. I look at that headline and right away Go Nope, nope. No press release ever written like that? would you would you agree?
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  • I I'm not sure that I would or wouldn't let you're gonna have to read it and I have to think about it. here's here's the first here's the print now you're going to have the you're gonna read just a headline that says all caps I would assume.
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  • No, but it is emboldened.
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  • It's not in all caps. No, that's that's checkmark, one. That's easy press release. So
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  • I'll just read the first paragraph.
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  • Let me know I want to read the I want you to read me the headline.
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  • Okay, here it comes to headline. This is the headline DHS announces election audit sting. And by the way, each word is capitalized.
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  • Does that make one okay?
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  • No, that's fine. I can see that.
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  • DHS announces election audit sting after contentious, contentious US election sparks confusion and outrage from election skeptics. There's no way you put the word election in a headline three times.
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  • Well, you could if you're if you're a lousy PR person, I can see that being a possibility. But using the word skeptics in the headline is pretty, pretty. sketchy, sketchy. Okay, but let's just assume that okay, read me the first paragraph.
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  • All right, in a stunning turn of events,
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  • okay.
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  • That's my favorite part.
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  • So I have little faith in this I want to believe because it's a beautiful story. Justice, I want to believe that q s is a real thing. And the gold standard is gonna save us and we're all we're all going to live. I want to believe it all. But so far, there's too much queue circling around. First time, I have to say this the first time he listened to Joe digenova. And this would include me because going back a few years. Sure. It's just everything just sounds right. Like the guy's in on it. Yeah, he knows what's going on. It's after a while you kind of get i think that i think pathogenic has just been been hoaxed. You know, it's okay for people to be hoax. But the way he presented this, john was I wasn't allowed to talk about it. I've been given the Go ahead. So all you patriots can know about this and can can pass it along. So we'll be ready. Okay, but either, and I think even went so far as to say you're not hearing the president right now. This is the art of war. He's drawing everybody out. Let everybody show their true face, which of course is exactly what is happening. That is true. We're seeing the media's true face. We're seeing an entire generation who are a hell bent on retribution. Just I'm going to stomp you in the face you Nazi bitch. I mean, this is the kind of stuff that's going on. And you know, there's lists being made. But there is one. There is one other thing that has, I think quite a lot of credibility, namely for the people who are standing up and saying they believe something thing is going on with this. And this revolves around the Dominion voting systems. We've we have covered voting systems since the show started the 2008 election at the time, that was Diebold and Mitt Romney's company old D bolt, Diebold owned all a part of it, the Dominion system. And there's quite a lot of information on this. It's a Canadian system, first of all, but they have been rejected in multiple multiple states, namely Texas, rejected at five times. And if you want, there's all the links in the in the show notes. And it was mainly here, democracy sweet five dot five dash a system. This is from Texas, and corresponding hardware devices do not meet the standards for certification, as prescribed by section 120 201 of the Texas election code, because it could be compromised too easily. Of course, we in these days, we just believe technology, we trust it. You know, it's like the answers come out whenever you ask for it. But it does seem like there were some votes that changed midstream. And I'm not just this is not necessarily new balance showing up but actual votes. And I think there was in one county and this it was a YouTube video someone's showing it where the the vote went up for the democrat and if you look at the actual vote tally, they were deducted from
  • 46:35
  • public Yeah, I just took it off the air real fast. This guy that was good. He did a frame by frame and he saw that was
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  • that was pretty good. It's
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  • a great video.
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  • So now they're the irregularities are not disputed. This is let me see. This is Kathy, What is her name now? I think she is the secretary of the Commonwealth. p a,
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  • hey, we go.
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  • Yeah, in Lancaster County on election night. Specifically, it was showing results for mail and balance that was well above
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  • the amount of return and the amount requested. Can you explain how that happened?
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  • No, I can't remember Lancaster County specifically, what I can tell you is that some of the counties the way so and Lancaster I'm thinking it probably had to do so they're one of I think the two counties that had hard path hard voting systems. Some of each voting system vendor has the way they translate with the data has worked slightly differently. And as you know, this dashboards
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  • that right there already has cause for concern for me the different ways they convert the data, what
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  • some of each voting system vendor has the way they translate with the data
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  • translate, okay, sure, this data translating going on, ladies and gentlemen, something was lost in translation has
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  • worked slightly differently. And as you know, this dashboard, and even the website, it's the first year that we broke out provisional ballots mail in ballots and in person. So some of the reporting, if the county's files were not done perfectly, it might merge to the categories that might put things in the wrong category. So we've been working on all those quirks or snuffers. was off works a while but that is now corrected one man, one vote explain what was going on in Lancaster. There it's just been it's most of it has been the county the way they sent us the files. The data was just not in the right place, basically. Yeah, that's
  • 48:42
  • exactly what we're seeing the data was not in the right place. It might have been in the wrong column. She has no idea what she's talking about. There's there's since the iPhone, there's been no technology reporting. There's not a single technologist who is actually doing a good job of looking at how this works. And when you hear the words quirk translation, mis sorted, put in the wrong place basically on the dashboard. That's some great a bullshit. But it gets worse. Because this also happened in Michigan. Here's the republican chair.
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  • If all this wasn't enough in Antrim County. ballots were counted for democrats that were meant for republicans causing a 6000 votes swing against our candidates. The county clerk came forward and said, tabulating software glitched X
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  • sub about the clicks.
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  • If you have computer problems, I feel bad for you. So I got 99 problems so the glitchy one
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  • got 99 glitches
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  • Go see on there, we'll Yeah. All right, there it is. That's my favorite pet peeve of the past decade, the term glitched. At the term glitch, it's acceptable all of a sudden, and we're gonna allow something as important as election to be determined by whether we look at a glitch or not
  • 50:20
  • 6000 votes swing against our candidates. The county clerk came forward and said, tabulating software glitched and caused a miscalculation of the votes. Since then, we have now discovered that 47 counties use this same software in the same capacity. Antrim county had to hand count all of the ballots, and these counties that use this software need to closely examine their results for similar discrepancies. The people of Michigan deserve a transparent and open process.
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  • So I don't really care too much about the what ballots were sent in late what state legislature did or did not change the rules that can all be fought in court, I have no experience or understanding of that. I do know a little bit about computer systems. And this is this is bullcrap. This is this, this removes all integrity in revolving around this particular system, or all the systems in general. Now, they say that Texas rejected these systems, but the one that I voted on looks a hell of a lot like a Dominion voting system where it spits out your, your printed card, and then you take the card over and you push it into the other machine, and then it looks like your ballot or whatever that piece of that long piece of paper is goes into the trash bin. That's obvious, it's obvious that that's where something can go wrong. Because you know, you're optically reading the votes from one machine to the other. It's like, it's the worst, it's an airbridge. But it had no idea if that's trustworthy. So enter. The second thing we talked about this concept of there being a system that the US government has called hammer, in which they can pretty much get into every network and snoop on anything they want to, which I guess, would be possible, and why not? And the secondary system called scorecard, which is a system that is intended to change votes in some or many or all voting systems. And apparently, we've used this against adversaries. Maybe Ukraine was an example. This was presented by retired general of the Air Force McCain McInerney, McInerney. We played that clip on the last show as well. Easy, just an old coot retired general, is there really something to it? Well, when Sidney Powell gets involved and starts talking this exact same language, and I believe she could know if there was such a system, seeing us for the past several years, she is represented general Mike Flynn, who would know I presume as a he was going to be the national security adviser. He knew a lot of DEA, he was he was head of Defense Intelligence Agency. He would know if these systems existed in Sidney Powell for her to stake her reputation on this, that was very meaningful. This is someone my wife likes, and she's read her books. And and she is, by many claims a she's one of the best legal minds that we have right now. And she's young. And here's what she said on the lou dobbs show, Fox Business News, no one watches it, but we clipped it for you. Let's go back to hammer and scorecard Are those the names that you just use for those programs? What's being done about it? And how broadly were they used by vote counters? in the hall a second, make sure I got the right one here. This is the one that we just heard from john Solomon was, indeed as being diligent is involved in we all hope he is exactly right. me your thoughts first about the knowledge now that the Justice Department is involved in this review of the election? Well, I'm
  • 54:19
  • delighted to hear that I think there any number of things they need to investigate, including the likelihood that 3% of the vote total was changed in the pre election voting ballots that were collected digitally. By using the hammer program and a software program called scorecard that would have amounted to a massive change in the vote that would have gone across the country and explains a lot of what we're seeing. In addition, they ran an algorithm to calculate votes they might need to come up with for Mr. Biden in specific areas. I think that explains what happened in Michigan, where the computer glitch resulted in a change of vote. About 5500 in favor of President Trump just in one of 47 districts, all those districts need to be checked for that same quote, software glitch and quote, that would change the result in Michigan dramatically. The same thing is happening in other states we've had hundreds of thousands of ballots mysteriously appear for solely for Mr. Biden, which is statistically impossible as a matter of mathematics. It can all be documented, we are putting it into materials that we will file in federal court, and we need to seek relief in multiple states to enjoin the certification of any selection results.
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  • So that's all being entered on Monday, this interests me, because this is something that we can actually look at, there's going to be some kind of forensics that can be done. It is not so much the legislative process or when votes count, or they don't count. Just the fact we need to know if our systems work, that's what I'm concerned about. All the other stuff is noise. I mean, he just what are you gonna do about it? This was a very different election with all kinds of crazy new imposed rules. Hopefully, that won't happen again. And many people may have seen this one clip, but Sidney Powell went on and she doubled down on this. Let's go back to hammer and scorecard Are those the names that you just use, stop the hammering for those programs, what's being done about it, and how broadly were they used by vote counters in various states
  • 56:37
  • that I think they were very broadly used, but but not by the vote counters. They were used by the forces and the democratic operatives that had access to these programs, through the government access points that they have, and used illegally to change votes in this country. It's got to be investigated probably by the President's most trusted military intelligence officials who can get into the system and see what was done. But we do have some evidence that that is exactly what happened. And they've used it against other entities and other countries. It's just been turned recently against our own citizens here to change election results. It's absolutely appalling that that can be done. And whether he has called computer glitches or something else, somebody has actually gone into the system and changed voting results.
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  • I don't understand why she doesn't take the easy way out and just say it must have been the Russians. I mean, that would have been the obvious one, that's what would have happened if the shoe was on the other foot. And she's filing and this is going to go to court as well. What can we do about it? Because the Department of Justice? I mean, if there's evidence of that program, why not just turn it over to the Justice Department and say, let's go to the courts and say this has got to stop now, here is the way in which it was done.
  • 57:59
  • Well, we've been trying to get their attention, and we're going to try even harder, and we'll have to put it in the federal lawsuit, apparently, and get as much of it out as we possibly can. We have some excellent witnesses on the issue. But this is coup 5.0. Lou, I mean, there was no reason to think that the democratic hundreds of millions of dollars, creating the Russia hoax, the steel dossier, taking us through a special counsel operation for two years, trying an impeachment hoax, the apocalypse hoax, the obstruction hoax, wouldn't go so far as to create every means of voter fraud they could come up with to steal this election. That's exactly what happens. The president must fight back now in every way, shape, or form. We cannot let this republic be stolen by the democratic operatives who want to destroy the Republic and make it a socialist country where they continue to line their pockets with these backdoor global deals like the Biden laptop exposes
  • 59:05
  • Oh, yes. So Sydney puts
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  • her
  • 59:09
  • Sydney puts her neck on the line for that. That's,
  • 59:12
  • that's your neck on the loop on the Fox Business Line. I mean, you said at the beginning. More people listen to the no agenda show. They listen to Fox Business.
  • 59:24
  • We basically doubled Fox's ratings this morning. And we're very proud of that. You know, when she when she mentioned, I know I have some clips I wanted to play kind of jumped a gun here and play something else. Because what she mentioned there about well, maybe should do the justice department should do something. I want to play something I have a whole series of these because for me the useful idiots are as I have it on here. The use file Udi, it's Yes. It's easy for me to look at defined it years later.
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  • You said you Well, actually. Yeah, I happen to give it a look. Just a little hint here what I, I always intend to go back and correct the typos in the titles and you never do. I don't know why
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  • that's okay. Because now Now I'll actually remember use file Ruby. It's okay. I want you to play. These are considered to somewhat disgusting clips, and it doesn't bring forth the Justice Department and media. It just brings into play a bunch of things that don't make sense to me, including the ability of Trump to declassify things. This is a story you've not heard anywhere and is this is Matt Taibbi who uncovered it, but didn't uncover it apparently was right there for anyone. It just happened recently, but nobody cares. This is the clip useful idiots on Moeller, empty one,
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  • I'm gonna bring this up. It's a non election related thing. But I just felt like it had to be brought up because it just didn't make the news, basically, which was the declassification of a piece of the Moller investigation, which had some pretty significant headlines in it. The the main one being basically that they never had any evidence of a conspiracy involving WikiLeaks. So so the Muller report says, with respect to WikiLeaks and Assange, this office determined the admissible evidence to be insufficient, on both the agreement and knowledge prongs. Although a conspiracy is often inferred from the circumstances, the lack of visibility into the contents of these communications would hinder the offices ability to prove that Wikileaks is aware of and intended to join the criminal venture comprised of the Gru hackers, similar problems of proof existed as to knowledge and absence sufficient evidence of such knowledge. The government could not prove that WikiLeaks or Assange joined an ongoing hacking conspiracy, intended to further or facilitate additional computer intrusions. And then they went and they basically repeated the process. And when they talked about Roger stone, and they said stones actions would thus be consistent with, among other things, a belief that he was aiding in the dissemination of the fruits of an already completed hacking operation perpetrated by a third party. And just so that people understand what what what all this means, it just means that Muller investigated all this stuff, and did not find any evidence that either Wikileaks had any kind of floor knowledge of the hacking, or that stone had any kind of foreknowledge of anything. past the point, you know, when the hacking was actually going on?
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  • Yeah, surprise, surprise.
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  • Yeah, he further complained in part two of this clip where he bitches about the media, there's not one mention of this story, which is an important story. Of course, it comes out Now an important story, because you think is stone being, you know, railroaded and CNN being there to film him in? jail?
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  • How long has this been declassified?
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  • A couple of days. Okay. And here play the second part,
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  • so much to be frustrated about with all of this. But the that little story about the declassification of the Muller thing is so frustrating, because it kept alive. It kept this that little portion of the conspiracy theory kept this story alive for years. And no, there was no acknowledgement of it whatsoever when it came out. It didn't make it It didn't make any any news stories at all. So So here we're talking about it. And let me guess right
  • 1:04:05
  • after that, these co hosts said in other news today, his co host is Katie helper and Ashish chia, just, I have a bunch of clips for later. I mean, she is just a Trump hater. And it's just that she's I don't even know why she's on the show. He, I mean, he is digs up a lot of good stuff. And he's always befuddled by the fact he doesn't seem to put two and two together regarding who's behind it all because he's like a progressive. But yeah, but this little story, I thought was a good example. What it Why did they sit on it before declassify? Why was it classified in the first place? So when they sent out the molar report, they only can we have we can't let because we're gonna let names out. We can't do this. So they kept a lot of stuff classified. In the report now that they're kind of putting it out there. It's already it's water under the bridge is live but who's putting it out there the president declassified it and it's just I mean what where does this release come from? Is that from?
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  • I don't know. If we go to the justice department can probably find it on there. Now. I'll have to dig around to find out where I could see it was classic is is that nobody gives a crap.
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  • I do have one just quickie anecdotal of voter fraud clip, which I thought was interesting. And this is the the woman whose dog voted in the election. This, this is a good story.
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  • Okay, so I'm Gemma, as everybody on my my group knows, and I was just shopping in a unknown hardware store. And I happen to run into the lovely was it Alyssa? Yes, Alyssa and I happen to tell her my vote hasn't been counted. And what did you just tell me?
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  • My dog voted in the 2020 election?
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  • And how did you find this out?
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  • I got an email. Um, so now she has her microchip number as her social security. I went to the voting place, you know, looked under her name and everything. told them that her social security number and she had
  • 1:06:13
  • already voted. Can you tell everybody a little bit about why your dog would be registered to vote? She is a service dog. Correct. She's
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  • registered service dog through the Santa Cruz County Police Department in Cumbria.
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  • And so now she's considered she's been she labeled a human. Yeah,
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  • yeah. So her dog.
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  • So her dog was because her dog is a service dog and was listed as a student at Cabrillo College. Correct. Her dog was listed as a human registered to vote. So you you called them right and Oregon contacted
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  • them. Your dog got a voter registration and they said What did they say? They said that she
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  • had already voted.
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  • Dogs.
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  • We knew it was happening. They finally taken over. They're voting now in our elections.
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  • The dogs dog has already
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  • seems a little sketchy that a social security number would be the same as a RFID tag number or whatever. But it wouldn't surprise me nothing surprised story. It's
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  • a good story.
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  • It's a great step. That would be almost clipping the day worthy but you already be nailed it too early. You kind of blew I blew it. But anyway, so here's my few clips. I got Rudy, I got a little Giuliani clip here where he says pressure. Did a press conference on Yeah, nobody covered it. Yeah, no. He also was going a little nuts. I mean, I was 40 minutes. And I had seen some clips where you say the media doesn't that doesn't elect her. And it was just I couldn't find anything good. That was just a short minute. Yeah.
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  • Hold on. So Rudy. Yeah, hold on, I'm just recalibrating Rudy, here we go.
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  • Republican inspectors showed up. They expected to inspect, like they do for absentee ballots. And they were uniformly kept out. They got to see nothing. And remember, Atlanta had to do the same thing you had to do. They had to catch Biden up because on election night he had lost and he was down by a very good margin would only
  • 1:08:18
  • 85% to go.
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  • Something very similar happened in Michigan,
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  • Wisconsin.
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  • Can't say Arizona. But in almost every state where President Trump had a lead, going into the end of election night, some of the leaves looking almost mathematically impossible to undo with the 5% 10% of the vote. It almost all of those this practice was followed. And I'm right now trying to find do we get to see any ballasts that we use for that purpose? If that's the case, then we have a massive nationwide lawsuit. So it could affect more than one state. But, but right now, the one that it definitely affects the state of Pennsylvania in a very, very big way. But it's not the only infirmity in this day. There are dead people voting, no question about it. We get any number of complaints of that. We have very serious problem with backdating of ballots, including for witnesses now who are testifying to that whether that becomes part of this lawsuit for something separate that isn't developed as fast as this as
  • 1:09:36
  • let's just look at this for a second.
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  • Well, by the way, I think it's appropriate for dead people to vote wouldn't Biden's on the ballot
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  • he's here all week. So this is not like we didn't know this was gonna happen. The President was talking about this. He said mailing ballots big fraud months ago now four months just months ago. He's been saying For months a month. So in the movie that is filmed Trump, there's only one way this can end that is positive for him. And then that is that he comes out with this huge presentation. And there's thousands of sealed indictments, and everything all has to blow in one go, because that's what's been promised.
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  • you know, that would be the ultimate into the movie. If if he's playing this in a in his typical reality television fashion, which he's very good at. And I still have an inkling in the back of my mind that says, Oh, my it still could happen. But it does not look that way. I mean, I've been around long enough and looked at I've been waiting for the I've been waiting a long time for the thousands of sealed indictments and many other things. But here is a true effect of what has taken place. And there's work to do as Americans, particularly with our children, not all a lot of them. This is a note from Patrick. He's a longtime no agenda listener. He's been listening for 10 years since he was 16. He says I'm not 26 year old millennial I live in Los Angeles. And he thought we might be interested in hearing about some recent experiences he's had over the last few weeks in response to her comments about the millennial hysteria and virtue signaling going on with the election. Yes, we didn't get any of any of that, obviously, because Joe Biden, image Biden and Kamala Harris one. While this hysteria is nothing new to any of us is becoming more pervasive and concerning even with the election outcome. A few weeks ago, my girlfriend of one year broke up with me because of my decision to vote for Trump. I'm not going to go into why I voted for him for brevity. But regardless, my vote doesn't matter. I live in California. The reason she cut ties with me, she claimed was because of her pursuit as lawyer and that our two belief systems simply can't morally coexist. In other words, dating a Trump supporter isn't cool, sexy, and God forbid your future attorney friends find out who she is dating. This is only one of three instances after the election this past Tuesday, I confess to another friend of mine that I voted for Trump. This friend was also shocked. I told her it's okay to have healthy disagreements and that we should prioritize pile politics before friendship. I was met with the following response. That's fine that you voted for Trump. I don't judge you for having a different opinion than me. But now that I know that, that we have fundamentally different opinions. This isn't a difference of opinion. This is systematically denying other human beings life and health and liberty. I can't overlook this and can't consider you a friend in the way I used to. This was a disappointment to producer Patrick who's says this friend has been a close friend for five years. Another response he says from a third friend, you and 70 million other people not only voted against basic human rights and equality, but you decided racism, homophobia, Islamophobia, transphobia, and misogynistic behavior wasn't a deal breaker inner president, quite frankly, I don't want anything to have to do with someone like that. Patrick continues always knew there was this level of hysteria, virtue signaling, but I see this evolving into something bigger and more concerning retribution. Even on social media. I'm seeing a lot of content from people my age questioning how society is planning on holding Trump supporters accountable insinuating that some sort of South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission for the US be resurrected be erected, erected. While this seems far fetched, it's already happening. Look at the Trump accountability project if you haven't, Yes, we have. I guess my overall point I'm trying to make is that even as Trump may be gone, Trump derangement syndrome doesn't seem like it's departing anytime soon. This is sad like it is but I think you've been spot on all along about children being oversold, socialized, and under informed. Take it from me a millennial. And he also donated to the show, he says we appreciate that.
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  • Yeah, that is a that the Trump derangement syndrome actually began long before Trump.
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  • That's the funny thing about it. And this has been a building thing. Trump just brought it to a head fast. That's another thing he accomplished, besides drawing attention to China and the border, but he also made this appear because it was it was festering and now it's now it's popped. Something you might say, but and so I it, yeah. And then and Scott Adams with his concept of they're going to come to trying to get to try to kill him because he supported Trump or he never really supported Trump. He just rationalized why Trump is was winning and and wins. But still, he's perceived as a Republican and I don't know But I think it's probably right. You should just find different friends each and find different friends there are people out there 70 million of them as a matter of fact, that are friendly. Go meetup, it's it's anyone and not everyone's like this. But it's it's a real concern. And, and I think that this is where we have, I mean, if anything, Joe Biden Kamala Harris, when which we'll know eventually in January it's really a win for the new media, what we used to call new media and that's big tech is that's it and and it's going to be more censorship or deep platforming. It's going to push a lot of interesting projects out to the edges either skewing of skewing just search results, to make you think a certain all kinds of stuff. So that's why it's very important for us to be around three clips of the chatterbox are returned to TV just to talk about this a little bit and bitch and moan and really not complain as much, but I kind of like the kind of some of the points she made because they fall in line with my thinking about the election. This is this is Kellyanne Conway, she's, she's another person who just reappeared all of a sudden, okay, I can't wish you're here. And I think it's in the first clip. She was she gets on a roll talking. She is one of the hardest people in the world to interrupt. And you'll get to hear the moment where the post tries to jump in. Yeah. And can't accomplish it. And she just keeps rolling along. But this is her talking about what's going on and why this is a rush rush to judgment is something fishy about it. She makes a lot of good points. But I think the point she makes the underlying point that she actually makes us I should have been the campaign manager again this year. I don't know why I wasn't. But I wasn't and they kind of fucked it up here and there. But here's what she has to say.
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  • Three years, they spent three years investigating the president impeaching the president. We can't wait three hours, three days, three weeks to get a result in our great sturdy democracy as to who the next President will be. I mean, what is the rush all of a sudden, I think the rushes there was no blue wave. There was no early night. There was no Democratic Progressive realignment. In fact, the democratic down ballot disasters carried all the way to the state legislators as well. The Democrats did not flip a single state legislature. And in fact, the republicans have flipped the House and Senate for example, in a place like New Hampshire where they have a republican governor so that's solid now. They did a similar thing in Montana, how long to the governorship the governor there lost the senate race. We have that. And of course, the Democratic governor and now we have the the legislature as well. So you know, the seven races that were either the seven races that flipped that are brand new republican pickups, as Leader McCarthy noted, as I tweeted yesterday, others are saying those were all carried by a woman, a minority candidate and or a veteran. And that means the candidate recruitment, the republicans were doing their message that that really carried them forward. And nobody was paying attention that instead all these phony national polls were shoved down our throats. Biden is up by 10. Biden's up by 12. Biden's up by 15. Do you know when I took over as campaign manager in 2016? We did zero Let me repeat the number zero national polls from that point forward. They're not relevant. They tell you trends that don't dig into the electoral college map. electability, I can tell you whether you can or can't win is outdated. That's why republican lost the presidential races for years. Electoral College is how you do or don't win.
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  • She's unbelievable.
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  • Yeah,
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  • she's always been this way. You
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  • talk about her daughter. She talked about her daughter how her daughter is going to
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  • face her not daughter is very, very ill screwed up and creepy. Yeah. Okay, let her continue on with this. This tirade is pretty good.
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  • I said to clear chris wallace on January 29 2017. I was on his Fox News Sunday show we'd only been here less than 10 days. And he asked me a question about he said, Chris, not a single person has lost his or her job who was chronically wrong about this election in 2016. I predict it's not going to happen again after 2020. Nobody cares and nobody wants to cure this problem. If this were a real business, the C suite would be cleaned out the shareholders would revolt and the consumers would vote with their feet they'd go elsewhere. But these polls weren't they weren't scientific evidence, evidentiary measures of what was going to happen there wishful thinking. And here's one thing I was opposed to for decades, and years I used to give I used to get paid speeches about polsku and advise clients. One thing we all have to remember is it's becoming increasingly difficult to sample enough people in each cohort, by race by gender by age five, Geography by party affiliation, and you have to wait w AI t to finish a poll over a series of days for to be accurate. But what's happening is they're waiting w e i ght their results. So they're getting a small number of responses in an individual cohort and extrapolating that, you know,
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  • what know what the media, interestingly is really not discussing is how they've kind of been given this authority to work with pollsters. That's that's who they were a lot of the polls now. Yeah. But they but they've been they have been granted this authority by the public to call elections and, and they're not giving that back. And that's not being discussed, except here. Not it's not really happening discuss this, this is, this is the core issue isn't. And of course, we got lazy. Because like I you know, it's like we want it to be done by 1130. You know, I want to go out, have a drink, and then we'll go back to bed Well, before you bitch about that. I don't have the clip. But I do have a bunch of more of these clips from the useful idiots because the great Glenn Greenwald was on. And he talked about how Eastern Eastern Europe, Europe, Europe, in particular. And even in Brazil. He says they're set up so they get their votes in and there by midnight, they have the results 100% gun pocket in the United States can't do this. But we I'm sure we have a different country, different system. We out we absolutely could do this. I'm still in favor of finger in the ink pot. I've always liked that stick your finger in the ink pot. You voted you're done. You can't You can't vote anymore. That would be good. Right? I think it's easy for viewers. Oh, we can't even get elections done. Yeah, we've given that process away. That needs to be taken back. And really the the bottom line is where you're going to get your information from. If you're watching something or listening to something and an ad comes on stop. That is going to be that will never be completely truthful. advertising is censorship. People who have advertising in their programming are at minimum self censoring, at minimum. Well, yes, of course they are. Have to. But yeah, so the question, again, that the advertiser For God's sake, the question the last clip of her,
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  • where is the consequence? They are so chronically wrong, there were people on TV last night, you predicted a blue wave an early night, a rebuke of the Trump agenda, the Trump agenda, one up and down the ballot. We're holding the senate we picked up in the house the state legislators Pelosi has got a big problem now because the squad that doesn't do squat except they're gonna make
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  • a run to make a running
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  • runner they did last time, so they're definitely gonna make a run at her because all we hear about is she's powerful Look at her basket matches her dress again. She didn't do anything to build her coalition, her majority, but Leader McCarthy and the Trump agenda did and it was a real review. I also just want to read you this. It's on my Twitter thing, but let me just quickly, Carolina Jamie Harrison, African American man they spent $109 million. Lindsey Graham beaten Amy McGrath $90 million to lose by mitch mcconnell by big double digits Sara Gideon, the aforementioned mean, she lost a susan collins but not before 69 point 5 million was spent. Mary Hagar in Texas last john Cornyn, the 24 million spent those are female candidates, minority candidate democrats recruit to try to unseat Republican candidates. They lost every single time and Yeah.
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  • Wow. By the way, she goes on for that. I'm
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  • sure she does. And it's like what what are you talking about? Yeah, we get it. We get it sure. As fine. Do you think that the democrats had like a little celebratory thing you know, and Nancy and Chuck and and everybody come to came to hang out with Joe and Camila? You think that might have happened?
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  • I don't think so. Because
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  • you know, if you get a super stretch bed to get a super spreader event they'll all go they'll all be taken out. Super spreader by the way is is a word now. Yes, yo, yes, it's a word according to our favorite guardian of the English language the Merriam Webster dictionary. Yes sir He super spreader is now and it has a picture of Kamala Harris right next to it. I
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  • think they should it super spreader picture Kamla Harris What is she a super spreader.
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  • You said it buddy takes a second to get the joke.
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  • The day should somebody should trademark it and use it to spread manure. Farm advice farm device super Better. With that john deere,
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  • I'd like to thank you for your courage and say in the morning to you the man who never puts the C in self censorship john C. Dvorak.
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  • Well, in the morning, you have Mr. Graham Korean Mr. Bish ships in Cebu to the RAF in the air. So there's the water. Well, the days and nights out there.
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  • you're just engaging. That's what is called in tech speak, you were engaging. You were on there engaging. You're like tweeting and liking and boosting and doing stuff. It's called engagement and in the morning, but to the artists who brought us the artwork for Episode 1291 we titled that killing mink, and this was Brad one x who did a fantastic job on the George Soros box of ballots election rigging kit. He is from the future our Brad one x is it's got this got some good play. I think a lot of people thought this was humorous. liked it very funny. I think we got extra clicks because of it. I really do.
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  • we got extra clicks that people were tapped on. They get extra kicked off or something. No, no, no, no, no extra clicks. I said, I feel that it was one of those that kind of stood out and people went Oh, yeah, this is cool. Let me see what's going on. There. We're always stood out compared to almost Yeah, it was probably one of the best pieces of a cover we've had for months. And we it's always good but this was really good and it compared to other art on other podcasts. No compare no comparison kickin ass and please I implore everybody go look at no agenda Art generator.com. Because the there's so much in there that obviously we can only pick one. I see john, you picked uninstalling Trump for the for the newsletter. But this the most of it is really humorous and a lot of it is inappropriately. It's it's really, really good to go take a look. And we congratulate Brad one next. I think this is first when is it not? I don't think we've had to.
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  • I think I looked at his art. I think he did one other one that did it. Oh, he did.
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  • Okay, maybe. And we welcome into that exclusive.
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  • That was very high. You know, we actually even checked out with those image search because it was so good was hard to believe that somebody would have the time to do that in a short period of time. Yeah, we
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  • often do a little check just to make sure because we don't want to get caught with our pants down. But this was on the up and up. Thank you very much, Brad congratulations. And to all of the artists who contributed their time and their talent, which is beyond anything that any commercial advertising driven outfit could even afford to have that kind of choice, forget the meetings would have to have. And we can basically finish the show, choose this within 10 minutes, and we're good to go. And it is really appreciated. No agenda generator.com. And that's just one of the many ways you can participate in our value for value system, where all we ask is what is the show worth to you? Did you if you listen to your listening, put that into a number send it to us through the Pay Pal mini and any of the many other ways to do that we just look for your time, your talent or your treasure and we love to celebrate our top donors with their newfound titles of executive producer and associate executive producer for Episode 1293 of the no agenda show and we'll start with our first one from California. Our first winner john from California from California Matt xizor. from Orange County $333 and 33 cents. I guess some jingle requests on a slate me or HTTP TPP for everyone and goat. Yes, he wants the big boy. And in the morning gents from the blue California stronghold who I have never witnessed lower excitement for a record setting election turnout. Well, you weren't around here. There's nothing but high excitement to show.
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  • A super spreader events all All over the bay area for a record stating election turnout and you halls are out of stock. Thank you for all the deconstruction This is true By the way, you halls
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  • Yeah. And so you halls, they charge like 500 bucks to rent when going out and like a 50 bucks, you can get one come same one coming in,
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  • but they're trying to manage their fleet is going one direction only.
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  • It's real. It's a problem. You can probably find someplace where they're going, I would guess Austin would be a good example, where you could go to the U haul place and say, Hey, I'll drop this off in California, but you got to give it to me for free. Yeah, good. Maybe get one for free. Yeah,
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  • good luck with that. I don't think so. Ah, get yourself. Thank you for all deconstructions of sanity among the media madness, pandemic 2021. Coming build back better for all, we shall see. Keep up the good work. Matt Spicer, from Orange County where jobs are being john wayne used to be allowed. I think we're definitely used to be we're definitely getting some build back better. I can't wait to see what's gonna come out of that. You know, that, that a whole bunch of build back better domains were registered on the same day all in 2016 in October, which tells me this was supposed to roll out with Hillary as President. That's a good we'll catch right? Cuz we had an election coming up in November. And they registered dotnet.org a whole whole slew of them. So make sense. Anyway, we've got some jingles for you, Matt.
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  • all car? Oh, yes. Ah, well, yes. The California Zephyr goes by down day. It's a train
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  • And Martin has no suggestions for anything. No. So we'll let it let it go. Sir Callum lavender blossoms is back at Michigan. Three 330 3 million thanks to all who responded to my SOS call. I was overwhelmed and learn so much. Lots of other businesses with top products and experts on so many levels and there's no agenda community and it's true. I still need somebody to help me with my WordPress installation. Please add my birthday card to all devil dogs out there. Sergeant Mr. USMC, aka cow Yeah, so this this was quite lovely. I followed a little bit but sir cow had some issues with certain payment systems refusing to allow him to process payments for his product with your CBD products. So it's it's not you're not getting high off anything. It's proven to have some proven to us to have a lot of great benefits. And sir cow has been supplying us with all kinds of stuff out of the goodness of his heart. And I think people came to his assistance and they've and they've worked on some stuff and they're helping him a lot and it's great to see that that's good enough deserves it. Robert says I was anonymous. Robert nonnamous Robert in Argyle, New York 321 29 This doesn't say anything about being anonymous or anything he says. Uh, he says I sent an email hopefully humorous was easy in that email say that he was anonymous. Well he you know the thing about it this really bugs me by the way this whole anonymous thing for this sort of thing. This is his email sorry for the confusion but I think I need to revise this email to provide a tad more anonymity. So he wants to be a tad anonymous. You gave him that he's anonymous Robert. So Robert, just a dash of anonymity just a dash Yeah, Robert Yeah, well anyway, he goes on it says an original Rogen night All right in this town my listenership is maxed out on no agenda and and then he's makes it he says he doesn't listen to Rogan as much Oh wow. I prepared for his mood I as I prepare for his move to Spotify nonetheless please dee doo
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  • dee doo Shing is good a quick boots on the ground report regarding he disease right continues uh, regarding distance learning. My wife is a speech pathologist at a public school she had one of her elementary students attend his her first lesson last week. Yes, classes first started in September. This lesson consisted of the student of the students tall toddler brother, running and screaming in the background. As a parent Guardian was screeching to him just answer the question. Although while the students spun the Chromebook and embedded camera 360 degrees like a top so glad our governor Fred OHS free Fred Fritos brother has hired the mill and Melinda Gates Foundation to reimagine our schools for more distance learning. Yeah. Blink. In fact, the link is Oh, this is your this is the remote learning stuff. Yeah. Yeah. Apparently. Apparently the governor there is hooked up with the foundation. Nonetheless, I'd like to hear a pasta Glock. And it makes me laugh every time I'd like to hear some TPP jobs and screaming goat college finals karma for our children in and Alyson al ice and I think this has pronounced they make their parents very proud so much. it's sometimes hard to believe you're raised them ourselves. They are approaching college finals and we'll be looking for internship jobs very soon. enlaces show regular and I think Ali may get there someday. Yeah. A family that podcasts together stays together. Any clues. I'm very grateful I have you two gentlemen to shrink my amygdala and we thank you for your courage. It looks as if we're going to need more of it in the upcoming weeks and months. All right, so nonnamous Robert, toss the Glock
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  • Thank you, James. Thank you very much. I appreciate it.
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  • The Ozarks is the best.
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  • Ozarks are beautiful. Absolutely. I love
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  • the wine growing area up there. No. Okay. That does good work.
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  • Are they doing the work up there, john?
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  • Good work.
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  • Good work does not work. Good work, huh?
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  • They may be doing the work to Todd Troutman in Austin, Texas. Okay. 2616 nighttime, short couch master douchebag call outs to Doug mony Andy bartolotta. Berg quatro. Dave McGuire for being dimensioned be co vidiots who doubt DNA show. Never come on board.
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  • And he's gonna be a knight today.
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  • So yes, yeah. Oh, he's gonna be short couch master. Yes, sir. couch master is his chosen enemies. And we're looking forward to seeing you on the podium. Todd, thank you for your courage and for your current name, calling out Jay named Jays up next to Kevin T. Coventry Township, Ohio. 205. My name is dude named Jay. I'm becoming an associate executive producer because Dame Ashley Lady of the Lake and sir real estate, had my smokin hot keeper and I over for an amazing dinner. We first met met Chris and Ashley at the no agenda meetup over the summer and we're clumsy together they fed nearly a dozen no agenda listeners out there home with amazing food. My keeper and I want to thank you, john and Adam, for bringing us all together in this super spreader event in Northeast Ohio. I need to call out Dave as a douchebag to douchebag for missing tonight's dinner and giving some f cans and he wants to also give some f cancer karma for so Joby Juan. And for me please play the hip hoppy version of bingo boom shaka laka This is very nice note and I think they actually sent this in a meetup report because they considered a meetup even though it wasn't listed no agenda meetups calm but I love seeing this this is exactly the way we find people that we like to hang out with and you do it to those meet with no agenda
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  • meetup so be again you have to deal with these these people telling you that you're a racist and you're on a list like that poor or poor millennial friend.
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  • If you want to list your racist misogynistic you're no good but at least you found someone who you'd like to hang out with anything go
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  • you've got karma
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  • cermaq and Dame Lauren and Odenton Maryland make good please do douche Dave of the Pacific Northwest.
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  • invited to the round table is for David the Pacific PN wp NW. He started his SP NW not Pacific Northwest. He started us on the show and deserves to be recognized. We believe he was trying to be a show number donor 1291 but missed the cut off. He was executive producer on 1292 but didn't get to the roundtable. As members of the round. We can't let this oversight happen now, I remember him being credited for executive producer ship. I don't know that he was dumped from the way I went back into the records room. I pulled the microfiche and indeed he was not listed in the night and gaming list for some reason. That's the things do happen. sometimes known as a glitch. So he will become a black knight.
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  • I want to suggest one other award for him. Because he wanted to be the 1291 Club Mm hmm. Obviously that he missed to give him the club today. Yep. Okay.
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  • So he gets your soul 1293 clubs. That means I'm pitching in a silver dollar. And you need to pitch in a silver dollar. I got one. We got it. We're done. Okay, perfect. And apologies for that and it's so nice to see sir Mack and Dave Morin, stand up for him and rightfully so. So we'll make it we'll make that happen he's on the list folks show today as a black knight. Thank you very much for your courage sir makin Dame Lauren. Robert Tyler low in landisville Pennsylvania 200 bucks. Gentlemen, this shall be my second donation This will be my birthday donation for I have gone 32 revolutions now pictures of almost 33 as November the seventh I have aged another year by god I love the show. I love the show more than any show. I just love this show. I can't tell you how much I love this show. I dare say I love this show. More than any man has loved any show. Although I cannot confirm but if that is true, thank you for it. And it is the reason my amygdala is a manageable size. I want to thank Uncle dyngus for savagely thrashing my face with the word it's time the following gentlemen pony up please call out these douchebags as douchebags Maxwell MacPherson chance back. Greg pepper jus. And every other freeloading no good worthless pile of scum who would knowingly suck up all the corporate sponsored content, which isn't worth that good? Damn, but refuse to donate to the best podcast in the universe.
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  • douche bag.
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  • douche bag. Why would you think that you could get great value from some other podcast sponsored by underwear? Or some shitty Chinese watch? Oh, after all, it's my birthday. And I'm the one giving money life so garden buddy, I would like to listen to that horn. I would like Whopper TPP karma for all who needed? What? Now I know the Tommy John's and all that. But what Chinese watch is being advertised on pi has no idea. flat footed as it did call
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  • Ben Shapiro. He'll know for sure.
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  • Oh my god.
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  • You've got karma.
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  • And that does conclude our list of associate executive producers and executive producers for show 1293
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  • indeed, and thank you so much for producing this show. These are real credits. Witness the many Dana Brunetti official Hollywood producer sent me a note he wanted to make mention that he also produced other gems such as the social network. Now he doesn't want to be just known by 50 Shades of Grey 50 shades of grey or and the greatest of all 50 shades. Although I do think that paid for his rent. So these titles are real. They're the real deal. They're on IMDB. You can put them there. You can put them in your, in your LinkedIn in your in your CV, your resume. Executive? Oh, yes.
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  • I was gonna say you know, those three horrible films. The gray films. They brought in over far as I know, they brought in over 1.5 billion and I think he had points.
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  • Yes, he had points on the gray.
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  • Yeah, yeah. He
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  • had points on the gray. Danny.
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  • I don't know.
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  • However, he did not actually I should probably read his his his note to you because note to me, because he did mention you and I think I should pass that along. Hold on a second. In my DMS. He was slide I got Hollywood producers sliding into my DMS Here we go. Hey, I also produced Ord when there's like the social network and Captain Phillips. House of Cards is more recent and 80 Shades of Grey pays the bills and tell john I have more of a southern accent since I grew up in southwest Virginia. His big part just went out the window.
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  • And by the way, says it looks like the rain stick may have worked as a chance of rain this weekend. And to true we're not we're not we're not to callus with the stick. Don't be commanding us what would you do with our sticks, Dana? Anyway, back to our producers for this show. You are now executive and associate executive producer for Episode 1293 of the best podcast in the universe. And we appreciate that in particular people who had the audacity to still pick up on the donation that devil donation level, an unwise decision in my mind, but by Mr. devore act, but okay, he wants bells above to come into our segment. That's fine. We'll have
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  • out even
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  • though I'm sorry
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  • I got a little thing his little side joke here that needs to be played
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  • like side job
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  • yes like what you don't want to the truth needs to come out. Yes, what the TV network sometimes the truth needs to come out but it comes out it doesn't come out as like a flub. It comes out as something purposeful. And cbs news uh i can't say that they're behind this but if you go to CBS, CBS has this extra little channel where they play weird stuff you have to pay for it is five bucks and What's
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  • the name? What's the name of this channel?
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  • CBS plus
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  • I think are caught how original Really?
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  • On top of it CBS
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  • plus, we need no agenda POS plus, we call it your case. It
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  • could be called no agenda POS,
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  • man. Stop for signs No. Show or stop the
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  • show apologize in advance. This is this is actually a psychological condition we need to discuss one time I said pus You were so outraged by it so disgusted by the thought of a pimple popping in the pus oozing out that you excoriated me for it. I immediately stopped since then said to you Why did you have brought this up three or four times now? This is a this is a psychological condition. Do I need to get my head examined? Okay, let's go with it that this so they show CBS has brought they brought some comics that can't even read from a script. And it's just stilted. It's just the worst. And it's a show that they put on it's a five minute little show they put on this this separate network called tuning tuning out the new wait and wait, wait, isn't this coal bears thing? I think co bear is a producer on this. It wouldn't surprise me. Yeah,
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  • I think he's a producer of it. Yeah.
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  • Well, it brings out the real feelings of the network The way I see. And I and I want to play four short clips from it just to show you what kind of crap they push out there. It's just Trump hate Trump hate to the max and it's a cartoon like this it's a cartoon series starts with number three by the way it's a cartoon like animated no agenda. It's not as good as animated. Hello, obviously but it's like it's it's a sad knockoff.
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  • It's no no it's not because animated no agenda is derivative. It's derived from the real show. Ah, gotcha. This is original contents.
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  • It's like a table read with pictures.
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  • A table read of crap. So let's start indeed to get an idea what this is like by starting out. Clip three is Noma clip. The first
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  • of all voters if you're extremely motivated to have a president not working around the clock to kill them. But nine days before election day more people already have cast ballots in this year's presidential election than voted early or absentee in the 2016 race.
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  • Must be disappointed that when you miss Madison country so badly that there's nothing to do people fill that free time just by waiting around. Yeah, for sure.
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  • Now, john, where are we in this race besides wondering if a just God would let Trump win reelection?
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  • Oh, it sounds like a reality show.
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  • Yeah, so exactly what it sounds like so let's do so that was just the Trump's killing us as a mismanaged operation and this will all the theme of the whole thing. I find the whole thing. Offensive by the way. This is CBS like tuning to news. The next one's clip for
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  • and like jumping off a bridge now present three stops in the deliverance quarter of Pennsylvania with his inspiring message to the coven stricken masses. It I'm tired of hearing about it.
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  • All they talk about the fake news COVID COVID COVID that's all they talk about. It's so true people are sick of seeing this pandemic on TV. The plot is repetitive and it is depressing.
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  • Yeah, listen and Coronavirus needs to mix up its programming. JOHN, I, for one would like to see a guest appearance by Queen Connie Britton and someone's lines.
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  • I just don't agree with President Trump, that after November 4, even if he loses, we're not going to hear about COVID It's the story of our times.
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  • Oh, man, this is unfunny. I don't understand the point of tuning out the news. And then is it supposed to be?
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  • Oh, it's supposed to be hilarious. And I think amongst the coal bears of the world, they just think this is great. Interesting. Without their audience, they get no clue. So let's play clip five.
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  • Let me just say this, he is killing Americans in so many fresh and
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  • innovative ways.
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  • I think he's within his right to criticize the media for getting stuck on this one issue. I mean, haven't we had enough talking about this disease that has changed life as we know it, people are completely ignoring the biggest story Halloween stores
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  • are refusing to carry my homemade costume called tow truck guys, toothless buddy.
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  • Also, we
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  • all know who is responsible for this virus, Saddam Hussein and his sons, Uday and Qusay. And finally,
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  • Jared Kushner reassured the Republican base that the President believes black people are a monolith.
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  • This is I believe that this is put together by people who actually see the world that way. And that, that they think that that's all that in I guess, Republicans and Trump talk about and do they really they're really just running, you know, Fox News Channel, I guess, in their minds and just spitting it back out. Hey, it's not it's a TV show. Channel, people. It's not real. That's crazy.
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  • Here we go with the last one.
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  • Oh, misfire. Sorry. Five, six. Yes. Got it. Well, you know,
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  • I would say especially people, whether they're white or black, like being condescended to by somebody that inherited wealth that Jared Kushner Did
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  • you know, as a black woman,
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  • this is a really insulting implication and it will absolutely make me think twice about my secret vote for Trump before I absolutely still go through with it Wow,
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  • that's really brave of you to say
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  • wow yeah, that's kind of pathetic that I mean, it doesn't it breaks every rule of comedy a not funny not funny
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  • at all rule of comedy was common.
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  • There's something I heard in this other clip though that reminded me of something fantasy but it is this female voice dressing Now
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  • listen and Coronavirus needs to mix up its programming john, I for one would like to see a guest appearance by Queen Connie Britton in someone's lungs. Oh, there's no winning. We don't like to foster a competitive atmosphere. But we laugh a lot. Now everyone can share a secret, same woman.
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  • Voice Over is the tele secret lady. Oh, man. So what's your conclusion here on this this is besides the hijab I
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  • found it. I found it to be insulting to anyone's intelligence. But as CBS This is CBS really this is what they really think this is what the place has been populated by these millennials and others that have this funny attitude about things they're they're over socialized and college graduates. Yeah. Yeah.
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  • Well, also the distinct feeling I get from people who probably watch this or think it's funny. They really
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  • first stop right there with that thought. Kudu you know, personally that would watch this and think it's funny.
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  • I think I can point to a few. Yeah, that find that hilarious. Not in the traditional way, but just and I think even now, especially. That's what those it's so funny. You tell you it's just like them? I think so. I think that's there.
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  • Yeah, maybe
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  • there's a ch. Go ahead. Well, what do you want to say?
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  • Nothing. I was just saying it was like a. a, I can't I just want to yawn. Why don't
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  • you ask Jay or JC ask them? I'm sure they know people who think this is hilarious and watch it. And almost have the opinion that it's like, it's like, it's like pointing the beast like pitru they say points the ball instead throws it. It's like you think you're doing the right thing with this kind of material. I don't even think that the lefties think this is funny. But I'm okay with it. Drop it. We're done. Okay, I do have some COVID updates. I mean, this did the worst pandemic Evers still killing us everywhere and we're all going to die in Austin. So sorry for you living there. We have no no lockdowns, no nothing. But around the world. Yes, things are different. I got a report from one of our from Dober Slav from Moscow with a little rundown and we don't hear much about that what the what the restrictions are in in Russia. So he gave us a quick little rundown private clinics not allowed to conduct COVID tests or interesting private laboratories are allowed to do it. This was not the case in April and appears to have been changed according to certain podcasts so I guess they maybe they saw a problem some discrepancy in the test. Any test must be submitted to the rospotrebnadzor Dobbs nor central government agency roughly cooler the US FDA now the CDC, the FDA. Now here comes a if you do test positive, you must must must install a COVID tracking app not tracing tracking app and quarantine. The app is quite literally called. And he has a whole bunch of Russian characters, which I guess the app translates to social monitoring. It is available in app store so we have to go and look at that the quarantine is for two weeks starts from the time the test is submitted to the central agency. Once you are quarantined. You must open the app every four hours and take a selfie.
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  • What Yes,
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  • and what about when you're sleeping?
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  • Well, I don't know about that. He doesn't give me any information. And if your phone's GPS shows us somewhere other than your place of residence, you will be fined 4000 rubles. Approximately $50 are about a quarter of your monthly salary for anywhere that isn't Moscow. If you're unwilling to install the app 4000 rubles if you're unable to install the app, 4000 ruble fine. things going well, they're in Russia. That's we got that's what we got to look forward to, I guess. Although I feel Liverpool is taking it to the next level. The next next logical level. This is from the broadgreen international schools a technology called college. It's a they probably follow the Baccalaureate system. In the United Kingdom. This is in international school sent out a note to parents. As you're aware, Liverpool is in tier three COVID-19, safeguarding arrangements, whatever that means, it sounds impressive. As part of this process, central government has identified Liverpool to pilot a new COVID-19 testing system this is encouraging. This is being called the lateral flow system. How about that? Huh? lateral flow, which is the aeronautical term that we talked about not too long ago with auto aviation? I don't know why they call that why they bring that in for testing. But anyway,
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  • site wasn't lateral wasn't the word. It's not lateral flow. No, it was.
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  • I can't remember what is what is lateral flow, then what is I have no behind. sites across the city are due to be positioned across the city to in order to carry out testing. I am pleased to inform me that we had broad green international school or in the privileged position of being one of the first seminare laminaria right, laminar flow, right. I am pleased to inform you that we had broad green international school are in the privileged position of being one of the first schools within this city to have the testing brought to our site and here it comes. This is the this is the best. I'm so happy. I have met this afternoon with the representatives of the British Army, who will be in our school next week to COVID-19 test all our students and staff. Each child and adult will be identified with a unique barcode to ensure personal identification test and subsequent results. tattoo. Yes, it's on your forehead. You got it. You got a barcode. I love that they are just putting it out in the open. That is excellent. I'm looking forward to my tattoo. Beautiful. Appreciate that. I will state will be randomly testing, which actually I should I should say that there's the CDC did something a little sneaky as the CDC does. They replaced some text on their testing information website. What the text previously said was data to date show that a person who has had an MRI covered from COVID-19 may have low levels of virus in their bodies for up to three months after diagnosis. This means that if the person who has recovered from COVID-19 is retested within three months of initial infection, they may continue to have a positive test result, even though they are not spreading COVID-19, which is not really discussed either. But it has been replaced with the following anyone who has had close contact with someone with COVID-19, and who meets the following criteria, no longer needs to stay at home, if you have had COVID-19 illness within the previous three months, or if you're recovered, and you remain without COVID-19 Cyst Symptoms. So here's the discrepancy in in where we are in the world. People are being told you have to if you test positive, then you have to quarantine for two weeks, and then have at least two negative tests. Well, this is not going to happen. Because people can continue to shed virus. And what they're saying here is the PCR process is bullcrap. But they're not coming out and saying it. So you can't even have a test within three months of initial infection.
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  • You can't you can't you can't even really
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  • take a test if you're asymptomatic, because that could be from months ago. And they're kind of saying it here. But will that make any difference how they're gonna dis how they stopped? Depends? Exactly. Why do you change some point? This will be when President camel, sorry, President Biden and Vice President camela get into office, they will reevaluate and decide to come up with some reason that this is everything's improved, because they got elected. President Kamala, I'm sorry, President Biden and Vice President camela. Yeah, they'll just make the statement that this is the new test is going to be this way and we bombed the thing is over completely. Because it can be done that way. Or they can just let it stretch it out for some other reason. I think it will stretch out maybe and maybe increase the panic a little bit over the course of the next next few weeks. So people want camela and Joe even more, but yes, this these numbers, the numbers that are being reported, which are cases, cases, equal positive results for finding some fraction of a virus shed or not a with a PCR process. You can totally ratchet it up or down so we'll see which way they go. All we have to remember is that just ratcheting.
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  • By the way,
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  • my buddy Dave, Dave Jones, you know, Dave built the freedom controller. Yeah. Dave Jones, he got Coronavirus, like sick.
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  • And anyway, in
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  • the big shift, I think Tuesday, Monday or Tuesday. And so he's over it. I mean, he's still quarantining. But he actually said that if he had managed his fever better, and had about 102, he said that it would have been no more than a mild flu. And that was because the recommendation was Tylenol every eight hours, which just didn't work for him. And then when he went to Tylenol every eight hours, but alternated every eight hours with Advil. He said, The fever broke came down and it was it was, you know, okay, but not horrible. But the main takeaway, his wife as a teacher, she's very strict about mask wearing. And I know Dave, he has worn a mask everywhere. He could, I mean, no exceptions. And he says, Well, that's obviously bullcrap. Because somehow he got it not from touching people. And of course, his wife didn't get it. So anyway. We talked I mentioned the minks being called
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  • guess the minks?
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  • Well, now I'm getting stories everywhere. That the minks are being a ring obliterated from Planet Earth.
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  • Just to protect them. Well.
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  • article from was was it today and let me see when this came out in the New York Times. When did this come out? Oh, no, the fifth so it came out a couple days ago. The the mink of course, is very closely related to the ferret. And here's the story. No one really talked about it. nasal spray prevents covid infection in ferrets study finds. And this is not any kind of magical concoction, but it does work. According to these scientists who put it together. Almost exactly like a vaccine. The spray attacks the virus directly. It can tains lipo peptide, a cholesterol particle linked to a chain of amino acids. This particular lipo peptide exactly matches a stretch of amino acids in the spike protein of the virus, which the pathogen uses to attach to a human airway or lung cell. So I'm just wondering, you know, now that people are all freaked out about these about the the mink, if you know this, like, I didn't want anyone to figure out that we could actually save the mink, because they're like the ferret. Yeah. I don't put anything past these people. But crests are produced from Denmark says, by the 16th of November, in Denmark, all mink are to be put down due to a mutation. The Danish CDC starting serums Institute. They say they have found at least five mutations of the COVID-19 virus, they call it cluster five. And they say it jumps from mink to people telling you, john, there's some secret here, there's something there's something going on with this mink. So they're stepping up the test by three fold for everybody, and they have to call all of the mink and all of Denmark by the 16th. But here's what's interesting. He's heard people saying that, hey, first as they come for the ferrets, but they may be coming for our pets next. And I like that. I like this. Yes, I like coming for your dogs, they're gonna call your
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  • dogs. Well, this makes my my wife's investment in mink coats
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  • worth it?
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  • Well, you know, what Mimi's been doing for probably 15 years. And think she's got maybe five or five or six of these codes. Uh, and then she does research on them as she gets them. Because of the West Coast and is Oh, for
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  • Mm hmm.
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  • You can get a mink coat on Craigslist. That happened to be owned by some grandma, she bought it in the 30s or 40s from some furrier in New York City. And you can get it for like 100 bucks. Or one on one. So she has been buying a bunch of these, but she sees by everyone but she's bought a number of them for like 100 bucks. And we do a little research afterwards. And the original price to the code was like eight grand in 1930. Oh, yeah. Now these in 1930 it was eight grand holy crap that was might as well been 80,000 if not more.
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  • So. So now these coats will be more valuable if unless they can maintain this hatred of dead animal fur. Yeah. But people out there on the lookout, you should go check this out in certain parts of the country, you're going to be able to get these very expensive coats, fur coats for next to nothing on Craigslist. Your Tip of the day.
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  • That's a very good tip, especially now with with the situation supply demand people figure it out. And the last thing I think I have on the cove is Do I have anything else here? No, I think that's all I need is the New York State Bar has passed the mandatory COVID-19 vaccination recommendation which is not a law. Mary Beth Morrissey, chair of the bars Association health law sections tax force, which is a fancy name for drinking club for lawyers, said in a statement after the vote on Saturday, the authority of the state to respond to a public health crisis is well established in constitutional law. The New York State Bar Association has therefore passed a resolution urging the state to consider making it mandatory for all New Yorkers to undergo COVID-19 vaccination when a vaccine becomes available, even if people object to it for religious, philosophical or personal reasons.
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  • Yay.
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  • Let's go to New York. By the way, I believe that to be bullcrap, we've talked about this before this authority and I disagree with Alan Dershowitz, the constitutional lawyer, he says that it's well established that the that the states the government of America can jab a needle in your arm. Well, the proof of that case and based on case law is a little different. The was a father and a son, and they were vaccinated. Now we're talking late 1800s, I think or turn of the century. And they both got infected with a mon wonder what that was at the time. Whatever pox something even though they had been vaccinated, so they refused the second time around. And the lawsuit, the case that was won by the state was that the state could sue that could find them for not taking the mandatory vaccine. Not that they could plunge the needle into their arm. Now, doesn't mean that you can't twist that and say, because they can find you. They might know they can jab a needle in your arm. But I think that case is there's Miss misrepresented. And, you know, but does matter when a bunch of lawyers say, hey, it's fact than most people don't bother to quote,
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  • there's a little twist to it. smallpox, especially during that era was not a shot.
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  • Well, I said, Okay,
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  • so it's not the same as jabbing a needle in your arm.
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  • I have to go back and look at what case that was john, I know I have the information, but I'll look into it because we we covered this, I have
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  • to keep an eye on it cuz
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  • I'll bring it back. I mean, I convinced myself when we discussed it the first time that's for sure.
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  • I know. yourself again, you've convinced yourself a few times. Now. I do want to get to my clips from useful idiots include Glenn Greenwald, even though you may object to some of the quality of the clip, mainly because Glenn Greenwald's coming in from Brazil.
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  • Well known. Glenn Greenwald, needs help. He needs help with a better setup. I got that. Sure. 55 It's a piece of crap. It's not for him. You know, it's not. It's breathy. It's no, it sounds a little thin. It's not a great microphone. And he has no technique. This is his main problem. No, he's good. He has no technique. So Glenn, happy to help you a point come to the pod father, I'll take you under my wing. Well, so before I play these clips, I got four of them. But three of them I do have a fourth clip, which is just to point out that is something that is a preface to the whole thing. Katie helper and the woman that is co hosting this show with Ty Eb is just a Trump hater. And she and she did discuss the the scam of the elections and that mean because time is very skeptical by a lot of stuff as those greenwall and they talked about there. They both think the Russian hoax was a hoax and everything was a hoax. And this she's doesn't buy any of us she still thinks that you know Russians interfered and, and then didn't so I hear this little clip here. And this really galled me. This is the useful idiots Katie clip that Donald
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  • Trump were actually like a Klansmen or, you know, a burgeoning Hitler the way he's been presented in the in the news media for the last four years, people would be dancing in the streets right now. And every single editorial would be about, boy we really dodged a bullet and yet most of the reaction is wow. And it is disappointing down ballot performance by the Democrats. It's just I don't think anybody really believed that he was Hitler or or a real white supremacist. I just I just don't
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  • I think he I think he pays lip he pays lip service. I mean, his when he said there are good people on both
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  • sides.
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  • Did that tell me someone countered that Matt or Glenn Greenwald? No, they probably didn't do that. Neither one of them countered here with the with her concept of the very fine people. And then to make it worse, they didn't say anything, even though they were kind of like holding their you know, you can see they maybe wanted to, but they didn't have the guts to do it. She said it again later in the show. Very fine people. And it was like, you know, brother these? Well, here's here's the problem. I do want to say something about useful idiots. I believe that they The show is now has gone from rolling stone to iHeartRadio. So they're compromised now. Because now there's there's real money. There's real ads that have to run as on the podcast, so I'm afraid that this will no longer be a useful program to listen to other than for our for our own personal enjoyment. I don't know how much enjoyable it is. But here's grant grand Greenwald Aronne on the show, and he makes some good points. This is this is a series of clips, which is what would the foundation of our show is all about, which is that the mainstream media is corrupt and useless. And if it wasn't for that, we probably wouldn't be doing this show. But Greenwald is really got a lot of grudges, and he's irked about everything and the fact he doesn't really want to admit that he's been totally marginalized and taken for granted and pushed aside and kicked to the curb. And he never Of course, mentioned that Amy Goodman drew him under the bus. But here we go. And this is some good stuff here. We listened to well, you know, I
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  • All I know is anecdotally from what I hear from other reporters. But I'd be interested to hear how you characterize it.
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  • Well, it's interesting because the very same time that the media is having one debacle after the next to their credibility, from a any reasonable perspective, like what we just discussed in terms of the expectations, created about easy by victory, about a democratic takeover of the Senate, about how non white voters view the world, proceeded by the debacle of a Russia gate, and so many other examples, many of which we've talked about on this show before and others. On the one hand, you have that going on, but then on the other, you have this extraordinary success that these media outlets who are leading the way perpetrating these frauds are experiencing, I just today, read an article that the new york times for the first time broke 7 million digital subscribers, and now officially make more money from Digital subscribers than then then, you know, the paper subscribers, which have always been the foundation of, of their newspaper, The New York Times is now incredibly profitable institution, not despite these failures, but because of them, because they're talking only to people who want to be fed Democratic Party propaganda and liberal ideological affirmation. And that's NBC. If you go and look at their ratings in 2015, and 2016, almost every single one of their hosts was on the verge of being fired because nobody was watching their shitty dumb shows. And now, you know, because of Trump, he's single handedly saved almost all of their jobs. And you go across the spectrum to like blogs and media outlets. I mean, I know at the intercept, you know, we had one reporter whose only purpose in life was just to write up whatever like anti Trump agitprop materialized on Twitter. And it became one of the most read, you know, parts of what the intercept did, even though it was incredibly superficial and shallow was literally just summarizing, whatever the like, you know, Trump lied in this tweet, or he exaggerate whatever, like the people you know, in the msnbc world was terrible. He would write it up, but it would generate clicks.
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  • I'm noticing something different with Glenn. nose. Yeah, I think he's, he's up talking more than he used to. He has a little bit of a girl in him sometimes. You didn't notice that maybe maybe love to listen to the next clip. He saw
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  • it when you knew you left me a wide open softball. With a little bit of a girl in me that I just mentioned a there's two people out there always expecting a wisecrack from me.
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  • Yeah, no, I am not touching it. No. I'm like, john. Now let's come, he starts to bring up some points that I think are personally interesting. And that is that in the next clip, you'll there's it gets better. Is that when Trump is gone? These guys are they got nothing, nothing to talk
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  • about. Exactly. And msnbc in particular, I don't know what they're gonna do.
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  • This is why I always say is good for the show, because we'll have a lot more to talk about.
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  • Well, yes, yes, that part is true. Okay, let's go on because it gets. There's some some tidbits here which play into some of my thinking is part to
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  • Trump salvage this industry. And I think one of the most, you know, significant data points that we've gotten in the last three or four months about this was the Pew poll that asked, I think, thousands, if not 10s, of thousands of news consumers, which is your primary news source, what is the source that you look to first to get your news before all others? And of course, like people who said MSNBC, them 95% were Democrats, as you would expect from people who said Fox, it was like 93% republican so msnbc is even more partisan then. Then Fox, but for NPR. It was 93% said democrats and the most of it 87 Yeah, and the most amazing one was the New York Times 91% of the people who identify the New York Times as the primary source of news are now democrats like it's always lean kind of liberal right? It's been in the heart of New York forever. It's you know, kind of ethos has been cosmopolitan speaking to people in big cities, so it's never been, you know, it's a continent with like, even, you know, evangelicalism or world conservatism, but at least like it was kind of a trusted paper in the middle that's gone. It's completely a partisan outlet now, and is making more money than it ever made before. And of course, your book
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  • Hey, Inc,
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  • in my view, tells this story is better, as well as in fact better than any other which is the new model of media profitability in a world where media outlets are struggling for profitability is to just be as polarizing as possible, elevate fear and eight levels as high as you can about whoever the enemy or the villain or the other is. And then just feed people feed into that hatred because hatred and fear are very powerful. motivating emotions to make you keep like nothing running to see what's going on what state endangering you what's threatening, you know, one that the New York Times wanted to hear from a Trump supporter,
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  • when he just now figuring this out. He's just now figuring out that's the model. Oh, my Glenn Mosley, mostly concerned about the about the Pew study. I think there's what they're really talking about, which is a fairly recent, that indicates that if you read the New York Times, you're probably a Democrat. Republicans don't read it. But what it says to me is that because we have this, this skew, political skew, is that in the olden days, and people accept it, in fact, it's predates old timers. But in the 1800s, in particular, the newspapers used to be biased, they used to be called the press Democrat. Right. And they were that was the democrat paper and there was a republican paper that may have not been called Republican, but it was like to call or something like that. It hadn't, but they were distinct. The two papers in your area were distinct. There was a Republican and Democrat paper and they would appeal to their partisan readers. The idea of making newspapers objective and having j schools teach people how to make that happen. It was an abject failure. Because at the end, Trump just brought it to the fore, which is with this fake news comments, when he says fake news what he means is Democrats, Democrat news, and there is no republican news except for talk radio on am radio. Fox tried to do it. And then you have now you have a bunch of screwy little ones like oh, a and, and a bunch of other ones. If you go on if you're on Pluto, they have a slew of these newscasts. Yeah, they've got a was it America's Newsmax college Max is one of them. So it's all in basically anything that that will take Steve Bannon is on Pluto. He's on all those channels. Well, let's just play this last clip, and then we can discuss it more
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  • offending millennials, you have these 50 year old editors, 55 year old editors, who know that in a profession that they've been in their whole lives, the only thing that they can do or jobs are disappearing, the last thing they want is to be accused of being a misogynist, or racist or homophobic, transphobic or anything else because of things that they published by doing their jobs. And they would rather just claim to their jobs and support their family, even if it means abandoning the role of journalism, as they've always conceived it. And so the pathology in newsrooms, for all those reasons, is intense and pervasive. And I think growing rapidly in a way that is not going to be solved by trying to reform these institutions. They're too dependent upon this model, I think what's going to happen is new models of how to do journalism. And you know, I was very candid about the fact that even before I left the intercept, because of that censorship episode, I was already exploring the possibility of doing that precisely because it's so obvious, that's what's missing. Okay.
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  • Well, I have a question for you about the old about the old partisan.
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  • newspapers.
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  • Were their wars at the newsstand were so like the left wing paper would come along and then would dump their stack on top of the right wing paper. And then some other guy would come back
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  • and off the top my head. I don't know this. I don't know that history that well, but it would not surprise me. Because that's fact I'd be surprised if that wasn't happened. Right.
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  • So that is analogous to what's happening now where the public newsstand is run by big tech, the ones that people are familiar with. I mean, there's lots of new stands even back in the day you go around the corner and you pick up your little your special little newspaper. Hey, but this is what so people cannot get equal access to different forms of news. And this and I think this is really what we're going to be seeing and not from you know, from Glenn and from from Tybee. Although I think they have their own problem. Both of these guys, in my opinion are in heavy need of an editor because their shit is too long. It's I lose focus, I lose consciousness. Sometimes I can feel the show
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  • less so at Tybee. Glenn Greenwald writes long and it's not well done. It's too
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  • much. It's just too long. And it's like oh, I can write everything and I and I am interested in what he has to write. But he said I got a sub stack from him yesterday and we
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  • got Ian Greenwald's list. Yeah.
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  • No one came in yesterday. So I think looking at what's happening And we're just presuming that Biden and Harris are going to be occupying, and we will refer to them as the current occupants of the White House.
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  • They are my president.
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  • Not my president. Yeah. Well, I'm not like that. But I can see where people would say that. I It is my life in a way fear. But I think that the news will continue to, they need to have Trump somehow they need Trump in the picture, unless they come up with another bad guy and and a good surrogate is going to be any, any journalist, but it really any person, any category of people, and just comes back to the retribution, that had anything to do or said anything positive about Trump will be targeted. And it's going to be really, really ugly. And, and people are being riled up, and to being told that these are racist and misogynist, and Nazis and whatever. And I fear for that situation, that people will just, they will spit on you in the street, like you're a collaborator and shave your head.
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  • I think that's not going to happen. I'll tell you why.
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  • Okay, well, it's good, you make me feel better.
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  • I think the news, I think it just was kind of explained in these three clips, is that Trumps save the business, a lot, The New York Times to be super profitable, made msnbc a winner.
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  • This thing turning into what you describe, which could happen if it was promoted that way, would be a disaster, but it would hurt their business. And since they want to keep you know, they want to keep Trump into the picture. They want to they don't want to lose all his money by this, just what the situation that you described happening. And that's exactly what would happen, it would start to fall apart. They will discourage it, the media can has enough clout to do this. They'll discourage it with this unity thing or whatever crap they're pushing. And that will never occur. This will never happen. Don't do the trumpist will be welcomed into the fold. And everybody will be happy. I think that moments of discount would you describe is going to be short lived if it happens at all.
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  • Have one get one last clip I wanted to play for the all day all the Reaganites who show up here and miss their favorite episodes. Joe had Tristan Harris on the other day. And we know Tristan because he's done. He's testified a lot about the he's the former Google guy. He's the Google guy who sent a document and then got excoriated and kicked out of Google. He was also in the social dilemma. I accept him generally as a guy who kind of understands what's going on. And we've played a lot of clips from him. But he did something on the Joe Rogan experience which was such a no agenda throwback, I considered Should we do it and just do what he did. But actually, he did a pretty good reading. He read the opening to amusing ourselves to death by Neil Postman, which is a book we discussed, hmm 11 years ago, maybe 10 years ago, and there was a whole series It was really my education, where the beginning of the show I was reading Well, of course, I and Rand, I remember taking a month to read that Brave New World, Aldous Huxley, and of course, George Orwell 1984. And then later, we started talking about Neil Postman and these may be on no agenda books calm, but the no agenda book club. But he did a reading of the opening of amusing ourselves to death, which shows the contrast or is it really, maybe we're seeing both of these simultaneously, certainly in the United States, but I think globally between the George Orwell's 1984 version of the world and the, the Huxley version of the world, which kind of contrast each other. And for anyone who hasn't read these three books in particular, this is your primer.
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  • We're all looking out for you know, 1984. When the year came, and the prophecy didn't, thoughtful Americans sang softly and preys on themselves. The roots of liberal democracy had held this is like we made it through the 1984 gap. wherever else the terror had happened, we at least had not been visited by Orwellian nightmares. But we had forgotten that alongside Orwell's dark vision. There was another slightly older, slightly less well known, equally chilling vision of Aldous Huxley's Brave New World. Contrary to common belief, even among the educated Huxley and Orwell did not prophesy the same thing. Orwell warns that we will become overwhelmed, overcome by an externally imposed oppression. But in Huxley's vision, no big brother is required to deprive people of their autonomy, maturity or history. As he saw it, people will come to love their oppression, to adore the technologies that undo their capacities to think what Orwell feared were those who would ban books. What Huxley feared was that there would be no reason to ban a book for there would be no one who wanted to read one. Orwell feared those who would deprive us of information, Huxley feared those who would give us so much that we'd be reduced to passivity and egoism. Orwell feared the truth would be concealed from us. Huxley feared the truth would be drowned in a sea of irrelevance. Orwell feared we would become a captive culture. But Huxley feared we would become a trivial culture preoccupied with some equivalent of the feelies and the 4g 4g innocent tropical Bumble puppy don't know what that means. As Huxley remarked in Brave New World revisited the civil libertarians and rationalists who are ever on the alert to oppose tyranny failed to take into account man's almost infinite appetite for distractions. Lastly in 1984, or will adage, people are all people are controlled by inflicting pain. In Brave New World, they are controlled by inflicting pleasure. In short, Orwell feared that what we fear will ruin us. Huxley feared that what we desire will ruin us
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  • Holy shit.
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  • Joe Rogan hearing this for the first time. But it's really interesting. I hadn't really considered that for a while that most can be true at the same time. And I think it's maybe generational. And we we see all of it but it's kind of interesting how these two intersect maybe I'm maybe I'm reading too much into it but man, but this over socialized under informed segment of the population, they are definitely definitely happy about the brave new world and they've got their Soma and which is and you know, the, everything is controlled. It's kind of regulated, they've got their uppers there, downers takes care of everything. We're kind of happy. We don't want to deal with racist, misogynist, horrible people who have different ideas. Can't you just be like everyone else? It's kinda it's kind of, we're kind of there.
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  • Well, this isn't making them happy, though. This is making them anxious and nervous and their wrecks. Yeah.
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  • Which is why you get more Soma, you need more, so much to take care of it when you when you're feeling anxious. We literally have this situation.
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  • Well, let's listen to this. Okay. I had different things I wanted to end with, but that's okay. And with this, it's okay, you can read part of a sociologist named Jonathan Haidt, who does a lot of books ha IDT. As
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  • always, books, we discuss books we've discussed his Yes, we've discussed one of his books not too long ago, I think like it is a lecture he gave last year I he was at Penn State, he gets kicked out a lot of data, but a good boy listen to these lectures. And this is his commentary on Gen Z, which is now populated the colleges. I just thought it was fascinating. Let's listen to Part one
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  • percentage who self identify as having a psychological disorder was very low for void for women and men. But once the millennials leave, and now college is all Gen Z, other than veterans or older people coming back, but the ones who are coming out of high school have much, much higher rates of believing that they have a mental disorder. And it's mostly depression and anxiety. Some great work done here at Penn State, you have an institute that collects information from all the counseling centers around the country.
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  • Why
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  • are so many students going into the counseling center? What is the reason that they report when they come in through the front door. And the reason as you can see, going back to 2013 2014, to the present, the only things that are going up are anxiety and depression. Nothing else is rising. So it's not that young people today are just so comfortable talking about it. That Oh, I'm you know, I
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  • have schizophrenia, I
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  • have bipolar disorder. No, it's only depression and anxiety. It's not even stress. Gen Z does not claim to be more stressed than a previous generation. They just never got the chance to learn how to deal with normal, ordinary, everyday stress. I'll explain why later. So as I mentioned, there is some skepticism. This was in New York Times a few months ago, Richard Friedman saying relax, there is no epidemic and, and nothing. There's no harm caused by devices, your kids playing video games, your kids spending hours and hours a day on devices, relax it, the only the only evidence that it's harming them is self report, the surveys that show that they say that they're more depressed, but you know, they're just more comfortable talking about it. That's his argument in the New York Times. But I believe that he is wrong. And here's why.
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  • No, I'm liking this. This is good. I've witnessed all of this.
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  • Yes. And he brings it home with some pretty good documentation. And the concept here is you'll hear in part two and three, is that yes, uh, based on the facts of science based on the science, these devices, which we're talking about computers and phones and your social networks, are ruining people's lives and ruining the future. And he and he did a whole speech about this. I mean, they can pay us to do this.
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  • Everyone's like we
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  • wouldn't have we wouldn't be as academic.
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  • This is data on the percentage of boys that for boys, there's no change. But this is data on the percentage of boys or the sorry, the number of boys out of 100,000 in the population, who are admitted to a hospital each year for cutting themselves or otherwise harming themselves so severely that they required hospitalization and so on. As you see, the youngest boys aged 10 to 14, almost never do that. So the rates are fairly low for boys compared to the girls, which you'll see in a moment. And for boys, there's been no change as we go from 2001 to 2015. But look at the rates for girls much, much higher. Now here I've cut it off at 2009. Much, much higher. This is a manifestation of an anxiety disorder, self harm is a is a is a product of anxiety and anxiety disorders, much higher rates for girls and young women, as you see. But look what happens after 2009. What you see is that for the older teenage girls, the rate has increased 62%. This is not self report. This is not just changing diagnostic criteria. These are hospital admissions. Now, interestingly, the old the oldest group here who are millennials in this data set, the millennials were not affected because as I said, they got social media when they were in college and later, and there's not much evidence that it was harmful in college. I believe I can't I'm working on the lit review. Now there's debate about this. But my understood my conclusion from going through the data is that the problem is getting social media in middle school. And that's a problem, especially for girls. Look what happens to the youngest girls, aged 10 to 14 girls, they didn't use to cut themselves. But their rate has gone up 189% since they got social media in middle school. Wow. Again, I can't prove causality. But I have a lit review online, which I'm working on. I think the evidence does point to social media as being the reason for the huge sex difference in what has happened to teenagers.
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  • Wait a minute. You mean there's a difference between boys and girls? This will not stand Oh, no need to cancel this guy. This is no good. What he's saying here. This is very dangerous. dishonest.
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  • Yeah, so it looks like he's got this down. And this is the kind of this being ignored, of course, by everybody, but no agenda show. It's, it's frightening. So let's listen to this last clip, and we'll be done with him.
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  • It also shows up in suicide. So the suicide rate was relative was higher for males in the 80s and 90s, when there was a huge crime wave and a lot of violence. But it's been stable in the 2000s until recently. So for males, it's up 25%. Now it turns out, most age groups in America are going up, suicide is going down around the world is going up in America for almost all age groups, both sexes. So the rise for boys is actually not not much more than what's happening to older men. But the rise for women's was higher than for men overall. For teen for, for 15 to 19 year old girls, it's up 70%, which is much higher, and for 10 to 14 year old girls with a very low base rate. But for them again, the increase is gigantic 151% increase in preteen girl suicides in this country. So something is going wrong, especially for girls 2015 hit a peak higher than ever recorded before since we've been collecting data. And the last two years after that are right about the same level. So it was not a one year spike. So that's the first mega trend. This affects a lot of things on campus. This is affecting companies, corporations who are beginning to hire Gen Z and are noticing now they have a lot more anxiety in their young employees. So HR departments have to staff up.
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  • Did he get into any of the specific reasons why this was happening?
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  • He associates it with social networks. Yeah, but
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  • why? Why specific? I mean, I can come up with a whole bunch of ideas. But did he specifically say what it is
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  • about throwing out stats? He's not saying what specific about social networks that causes this? Okay. I don't think it takes a genius to figure it out personally.
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  • But we discussed something minor,
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  • maybe it's maybe it's just the movement of the hand. It could be something screwy, or the colors. I mean, you never know. But this is not a good situation. And it's really ruining a lot of stuff. And these kids are screwed up. And they're the ones who are coming in here and there with their, you know, cancer canceled culture there. They buy into that. Yep, yeah. And they get cancelled, and they have all these other problems. He did have one little thing later in his lecture that was kind of interesting. I didn't clip it. But he talked about how the parenting is also changed a lot and may have something to do with it. But pretty much he is dating the way things are.
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  • It has less to do it and the social networks and the peer groups that are created by it. And I don't have a kid in a Gen Z or even no one that's a Gen Z kid, personally, that I can tap for this kind of information I get with you and me both are loaded up with millennials but it would be nice to talk to
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  • one of them so that he came onto the scene or onto our scene about five years. years ago with his book, The coddling of the American mind. That's Howard, that is a very good book. It's full title, the coddling of the American mind how good intentions and bad ideas are setting up a generation for failure? Which actually started as an article in The Atlantic. Actually, the article in The Atlantic was 2015. The book came out and they're getting renewed jobs, but the place Yes. And now, I mean, now that I think about it, if you really look at who is saying horrible things, to police officers on the street to people who just disagreement, it seems unscientific observation that women are doing more of that, that there's more unhinged pneus and more ridicule and scorn and anger oozing from females. Now, I'm gonna really pay attention to it. So whenever you see something on the street, and we're someone's yelling, I mean, I think eight times out of 10 it's going to be a female.
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  • Yeah, hysteric female, that's probably a Gen Z. Which is, what 1920 year olds? Yeah, I
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  • need to know where the cutoff is, is, where's the cutoff from Gen Z to? Well, isn't it?
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  • We go, okay.
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  • I actually he brings this up I remember the date now. 1995 he born in 1995. That's the beginning of Gen Z.
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  • we've put together I think the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics.
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  • pressure. Right.
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  • First off,
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  • let's just back up, because here's the thing.
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  • I am
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  • clear that Russia interfered in the election of President of the United States in 2016. I serve on the Senate Intelligence Committee. And we have published detailed reports about exactly what we believe happened. And I do believe that there will be foreign interference in the 2020 election, and that Russia will be at the front of the line.
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  • We have a president who is trying to convince the American people not to believe in the integrity of our election system and compromise their belief that their vote might actually count. I frankly think that based on this and all we've seen him do before and his Twitter account should be suspended.
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  • day November and they're not going to stop. They're not going to let up. And we shouldn't wait. It's the perspective of a woman.
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