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    • President-Elect Joe Biden Selects Ron Klain as His White House Chief of Staff Ebola Czar
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  • Get tested get tested.
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  • Adam Curry John's
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  • number 12 2020s This is your award winning combination media assassination Episode 1200 94.
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  • This
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  • is no agenda
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  • broadcasting live from opportunity's own 33 here in the frontier of Austin, Texas capital of the drone Star State in the morning, everybody.
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  • I'm Adam Curry. I'm from Northern Silicon Valley where we're locking down again for no good reason. I'm Jesse devorah.
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  • Now, there's all kinds of good reasons. What are you talking about? I heard it on the news.
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  • Yeah, heard on the news too.
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  • I have a California COVID update. However, we
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  • need one.
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  • Tonight governor Gavin Newsom is asking Californians to take the latest COVID numbers seriously. The positivity rate over 14 days is 3.7%. In mid October, it was 2.5%
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  • County's most COVID cases in three months. Contra Costa County has announced that it could slide back into the more restrictive red tear this week. And Santa Clara County is now experiencing an uptick after making significant progress.
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  • Here you we understand you're tired, and you still have to keep it up shut out
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  • officers from several accounts, issued guidelines for the holiday season, keep gatherings outside limit them to three households keep them short, no more than two hours. Do not go to multiple get togethers and non essential holiday travel outside Bay Area is not recommended.
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  • As here. We're just going to hang out at home this year. I don't know what that table looks like.
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  • I don't know how we're doing. It could be thanksgiving for us.
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  • The governor warned that the promise of an effective
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  • vaccine doesn't mean it's a substitute for you to say well, we
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  • just go back to normal. Let's
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  • open everything back up. Right now. No
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  • state is seeing a sustained decline in new cases compared to two weeks ago, and 27 have seen cases skyrocket at least 50%. Dr. pouchy said asymptomatic infection is largely to blame. Essentially, people coming in the home small groups of people, a 10 people meeting together with friends for dinner, Dr. Fauci also said that even though health is on the way with a potential vaccine, we need to double down on public health measures to blunt the surges that we're seeing across the country.
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  • Between this bullcrap and the election bullcrap. We have it together. We have 60 clips today. But we could have just shown up turned on the TV and flipped through the channels and commented,
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  • it's out of out of control way this the future of the show.
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  • Yes, it's out of control. There it is. It is a fight between people. Well, it's really the M five m versus the open Internet. That's really what it is. And the only, I guess controlled opposition is maybe a little bit of Fox Business News. I mean, this show gets a lot
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  • of all of all outlets.
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  • I mean, our show isn't
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  • there. You got apparently, Ninja one guy
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  • Kabuto Kabuto.
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  • Yeah, still, oh, yeah. We'll talk about is for the Democrat. We'll
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  • talk about him. But yes, it will and more and more people consume this program, then then watch all the Fox Business. And Tucker Carlson who I mean, it's he has now he has Mike the pillow guy and this incessant Medicare commercial, which will not quit. So
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  • they just got the Jo name. It's one is it?
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  • They Oh, that one's in there, too. Yeah, it's a captain show name with one. You've seen it? Exactly. I actually started looking at what's the difference between Medicare and Medicaid. I'm really interested now. This is I mean, I could call the toll free number now. So but that's really, uh, and, and even they, you know, how they choose their stories and what they do. So it's, it is true. Honestly, if you take if you take into account with Twitter and Facebook and the deep platforming and YouTube, podcasting really is kind of the last stop because it's decentralized. You know,
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  • it's the last for the moment. Yeah, seen turns on you.
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  • pod bean is much bigger than I thought now that I've been into the into the index type stuff.
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  • Huge.
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  • pod bean is huge. We've got it. We've got a turn pod bean. They've got to be on podcasting. 2.0 anyway, so what is happening? And I presume we're gonna stick with COVID for a few minutes. And before we get
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  • a bunch of all from the NBC, they're completely Yes, they're
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  • out of control. CNN, NBC. Have one other thing that happened in Los Angeles. Apparently the mayor's office sent out an emergency text you know, on the on the tech system which is typically meant for weather warnings, or you can have I don't know if it came through on the amber alert system you can separate yes in your phone what
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  • it did this What did system is the
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  • mayor's office says with the holidays and the flu season upon us, the rise and COVID cases must be taken seriously. And that is why the city decided to use the wireless emergency alert, something that's usually reserved for things like amber alerts or severe weather.
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  • It's gonna go to everybody doesn't mean that you have symptoms. It's a reminder that if you do have symptoms or know somebody, please make sure you get tested. Now so this text went out and lo and behold, people got freaked out and went to Dodger Stadium. To get we must we must get tested we will go to this ad thousands of vehicles
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  • lineup at Dodger Stadium Ellie's largest COVID-19 testing site. The day after the mayor's office sent this city wide alert reminding people that the number of COVID cases are rising and to get tested if they feel symptoms.
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  • It was a little bit scary. It mainly was like whoa
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  • whoa.
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  • Alert included reminders to wear masks and social distance as well as information about the cities and nine testing sites where people can get a free COVID test and get the results within 24 hours today has been a lot longer than I usually come in like 1015 minutes Today's been maybe 30 minutes and mine already just I know numbers have increased so there's a lot of people coming in testing
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  • this is the case demick this is it's my way yes
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  • they did they shut out this message in the Bay Area too.
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  • Oh really? Not just Los Angeles. Oh okay. All of California them for host
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  • I don't know if all of California but they get the message. For all practical purposes. I thought I had a clip and I'm looking for it for all practical purposes. It just said get tested get tested. And this is they're trying to get people tested to crank up the numbers exactly
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  • because they want to shut it down. We need to get to the dark winter we need to use scary words.
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  • All right, tonight, NBC is confirming that there have been at least 144,000 new cases of COVID-19 in the United States today that completely smashes through your single day record new infections in this country. A riveting tale from the frontlines is next David
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  • smashes a riveting tale from the front lines. Next Stay tuned right after these words.
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  • Well if you're gonna just re emphasize that point. Play the n n rundown from NBC. This is the nightly news teaser at the beginning of yesterday's show.
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  • Tonight the Coronavirus exploding to staggering new records 1 million cases in just the first 10 days of November, but grim new projection 20 million cases by Christmas record 62,000 hospitalized states cracking down with new restrictions tonight rare access inside a covid ICU survivors taking her first steps since getting out of a coma for message to others. The split screen on this Veterans Day President Trump making his first public appearance in six days at Arlington National Cemetery and still refusing to concede one tight race headed to a hand recount. President Elect Biden at a separate event in Philadelphia as he moves forward with the transition. Who will he pick for his cabinet? The new claim from Russia that its vaccine is 92% effective. Can that be trusted? We go inside the lab in Moscow Tropical Storm aiming to make landfall in Florida a second time we'll have the new track. Rain recalling hundreds of thousands of its popular doorbell cams, the potential fire risk, what to do if you have one, the holiday shipping wars, the deadlines to get your gifts on time. And those who serve the hero honor let the new National Army Museum and your first look inside.
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  • This is NBC nightline goodness, Lester Holt. I'm tired just listening to that. Oh, my God. I don't know what to do. I don't know what to do. I'm out of breath out after that. Well, we don't have to rehash the entire PCR process and how that is not valid. In this case. I will use No, but it is fun to get some verification confirmation. One of our producers called into the thing is the Vermont NPR affiliate and we'd love it when when you do this, by the way, although we didn't throw any in the mornings or anything like that out. And on the program was the vermont health commissioner and our producer asked a very valid question about PCR
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  • on here. Good morning. You're
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  • on with Dr. Mark Levine.
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  • Good morning doctor, in the state of Vermont have a strict guideline for the number of PCR cycles the technicians use is Dec COVID-19. genetic material.
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  • Isn't that an intelligent question only from no agenda, people?
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  • I think the caller wanted to know about the cycle threshold. Is that what he was referring to? Correct? Yes. Yeah. So each PCR essay, actually,
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  • is, if you will, calibrated by certain number of cycle thresholds for people who aren't clear with what this means
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  • that it really has to do with how many times the analyzer has to cycle through to find the viral particles. So the thought is, the longer that has to go on maybe that's less infectious of a dose of virus than one that would be picked up rather quickly. In the essay.
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  • I'm oversimplifying it, but that's essentially the gist of what it means. So there are FDA use authorizations for all these PCR tests. And they essentially have a cycle threshold range that is appropriate. So all the essays that are being used here, utilize those, and I think they're in the 30 range, if that number means something to the listener. So they're all authorized and validated appropriately. The controversy is, should all of these PCR tests be more stringent, so we're only picking up potentially viral infections that could actually be transmitted from one person to another and cause a lot of harm. And that's where people aren't willing to back down yet at this point, and change the guidelines. Because really, the goal is to find as much of Coronavirus as possible, so that you can do the right public health intervention, isolate those people that attend tracing, and there isn't enough science yet to allow us to become a little less stringent on that count.
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  • Let's go back to the phone lines. Good.
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  • Oh, there you go. very honest.
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  • Well, we've been doing this for six, nine months.
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  • Yeah, of course. He said it right there. He was honest. He said, the goal is is to find as many infections as possible and lock them up. I'm paraphrasing what he said, I'm paraphrasing, but that's pretty much what he said. So when this is all said and done, mark my words 33 will be the number that will never be exceeded moving forward. If we ever get to actually, you know, make a some policy about these PCR processes
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  • date, they'll they'll make the policy change when they want to lower the number. Yes,
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  • this is correct. I do want to remind everybody as we
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  • after Biden is inaugurated and
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  • of course, as as we, as we were going into the testing phase, the testing period, we were assured PCR, which is completely inappropriate for finding people who are sick was the gold standard is B PCR tests are these antigen tests,
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  • PCR, gold standard PCR
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  • testing, that's the gold standard covid test PCR is the gold standard. It's an older test called the ID now, which is a PCR test. But even though that's a quote unquote molecular test, you know, that's more of a gold standard
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  • using the gold standard, which is polymerase chain reaction testing PCR PCR test is considered the gold standard PCR,
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  • which is considered the gold standard PCR test that's used as the gold standard gold standard test the PCR test, PCR test, which may take a couple of days for results, but it's considered the gold standard
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  • PCR test which is considered the gold standard PCR test that we know is
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  • a gold standard for the more gold standard PCR test,
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  • you'll be given the gold standard PCR test PCR results that is a gold standard PCR
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  • so standard deep nasal pharyngeal PCR swab as the gold standard
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  • there you go the gold standard are we getting the picture yet? Do you see how push this all on us? Yeah, yeah. Lame o lame o lame o but you know it's it's being pushed and we have cities everywhere shutting down. We've got I have Cuomo man guys out of control. You know, ever since the build back better team has come into come into view. He's I don't know what he's going for. But he's going for broke on on all things, Joe, and we have to really, I mean, Joe is here to save the day and Joe is going to do things like oh, you know, national mass mandate.
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  • You need a national mass mandate. And when you see a virus starting to flare up, we call them micro clusters, micro clusters, testing that we can see it in a neighborhood, then you bring in restrictions to close down activity in that neighborhood. I understand that politically, it's difficult, but that's what you have to do you see a little flame, you stamp it out
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  • micro clusters. He's got all kinds of terminology. I like that micro class, Dick. And now the vaccine though. So Pfizer, we now know, intentionally delayed their announcement of this vaccine efficacy until after the election. They did this two months ago, when they have their traditional 30 day period where the FDA goes through all the goes through all the results spits off back to them, they requested specifically a 60 day period, so that the announcement would come after the election. I think from their perspective, probably a win win to do it that way anyway, but it, you know, it is rather suspicious. That all came together. And Cuomo was just throwing shade all over the vaccine premium go to that breaking
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  • news. Now in the COVID crisis. Pfizer announced this morning that their two shot vaccine is more than 90%. Effective in clinical trials. Let's talk about that now.
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  • With New York Governor
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  • Andrew Cuomo, Governor
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  • Cuomo, thanks
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  • for coming back.
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  • Again this morning. We were talking yesterday about the importance of vaccine distribution in the next two months. What do you make of this news?
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  • Well, it's it's good news, bad news, George.
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  • The good news is the Pfizer tests look good. And we'll have a vaccine shortly. The
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  • bad news is that it's about two months before Joe Biden takes over.
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  • But wait, but wait, why is it bad news that we have to wait two weeks?
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  • You have two months and one month this vaccination plan go forward? Oh, by the way, the
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  • Trump administration is designing it, because Biden can't undo it. Two months later, we'll be in the midst of it. And I'm going I've been talking to governors across the nation about that. How can we shape the Trump administration vaccine plan to fix it? or stop it
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  • before it does damage?
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  • believable out
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  • does anyone take this seriously at this point are people and I know I'm it's rhetorical. You're so deranged that you actually believe that Pfizer has a bad vaccine. And it's being rushed through? So that so Trump Can I guess take credit would kill us all? Yes. kill us all. That's the word. Oh,
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  • now I play this the VISTA COVID native ad. This is from NBC Nightly News. I think a lot of it I think you might be missing the real problem here, which is that I believe all these guys are in on on the Madonna scam. I want to call it a scam. I sorry, I said that. Okay. But the Madonna.
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  • So Maduro has the competing products. They
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  • have never shipped a product. Do we talked about this on the DH? I'm sure they've never shipped a product. The entire history of the company.
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  • No. And the CEO guy is a known kind of stock.
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  • Well, he's a blues guy.
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  • He's one of those guys. Those
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  • guys guys give you a call saying got a stock for you.
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  • Yeah, friends and family. Get down into the bottom floor. Come on, hey, you want to be rich, you want to leave your wife rich.
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  • So So how does this add I think this is a native ad for both Madonna and Lily and it's finished and this is what's really going on about the Pfizer thing.
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  • Promising news could be on the horizon. But darna vaccine front runner says it will have its first results soon. Meantime, health experts are struggling with how to quickly distribute an approved treatment that can prevent mild cases from getting worse. Tom Costello now and who will get the treatment and when
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  • receiving emergency FDA approval Eli Lilly's new IV antibody treatment is similar to what President Trump received last month meant for patients in the first 10 days of mild symptoms to keep them from getting worse and ending up in a hospital. The treatment is free but must be delivered in a clinical setting not over the counter.
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  • So a nurse or a doctor will need to give the patient this via IV. It's a relatively short infusion. But then patients will need to be monitored for about an hour after the infusion
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  • Lily says shipping at 1000 doses now another 800,000 in December, but that may not be enough with more than 100,000 new COVID cases. From big cities to rural America. Yeah,
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  • there's no hospital
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  • 100,000 so they disappear during a plug which is at the beginning of this. Yeah. When did this run?
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  • This this ad this ad this
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  • simply does not add a new story a new story.
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  • I don't know when this Just before
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  • yesterday, Uh huh. The Pfizer news is all already bring this in and don't even
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  • mention Don't even mention
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  • file they mentioned Pfizer, but the reason
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  • it's more important. So that's the one that everybody everybody bought into. I mean, to be honest Pfizer was, you know, it already had a floor as a stock, and it could only go up so much. And so I think people took that for what it was. I just loved how they announced it. Apparently, Sunday evening. By did minister at the Biden ministration. Listen to me, the Office of the President Elect doesn't exist.
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  • It doesn't exist like it.
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  • The office of the president elect knew this Sunday night and but Health and Human Services and most of Wall Street didn't know it until Monday morning. And immediately you saw headlines Biden, when makes market happy. Okay, has nothing to do with the vaccine. That was really, really interesting timing. Let's put it that way. But I like what I like the theory that this could all be to knock that down, and then push moderner to the forefront. And notice how Russia comes in with a 92% efficacy versus that Pfizer's? 90%. Okay. rooskies. Gotcha.
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  • Yeah, that's a good one.
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  • But here's the disturbing news. This is really the end. And hello eight months ago, this is exactly what has been prognosticated on this very program. But it became real when Ticketmaster announced it Ticketmaster may require vaccine or testing proof to go to a concert. This sounds like a vaccine certificate that
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  • coming almost like a passport.
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  • Yeah, might only be the beginning.
  • Adam Curry 21:51
  • What, um, who could have foreseen this, we had no idea what it could be almost almost like a passport.
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  • Yeah, might only be the beginning as well. So ticket master plans to have customers use their cell phones to verify their vaccination or show a negative test within the past 24 to 72 hours. There are different types of apps and companies out there that track your health data. So Ticketmaster will use a combination of a digital ticketing app with a combination of health info firms like clear and IBM to track your health information, and they call it
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  • nice to see IBM back in the game of putting
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  • on a real job like this is Nazi Germany.
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  • It's been a while since IBM was used to tally and count and track the Jews with their Jew tracing and tracking program, look it up and they're back in the 80s. We've got the documents look it up do your own research
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  • it master will use a combination of a digital ticketing app with a combination of health info firms like clear and IBM that tracks your health information and then coordinate with testing companies like labcorp. So billboard reports at Ticketmaster will not be able to store this information or be able to access your entire medical record. How it works is that concert goers you will instruct a lab send over your test results to their health pass companies like clear like IBM, which would then be verified in a Ticketmaster app itself. But you can imagine that it's not just concerts think of movies and also
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  • getting on the plane going on a cruise
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  • to worry about privacy concerns as well as your medical records but is that discrimination?
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  • Something's got to give?
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  • Yeah, that's the way it is.
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  • stepped on his very last line. Something's got to give listen to this
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  • that is that discrimination. Something's got to give.
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  • Yeah, it's the way it is.
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  • It's the way it is no, stuart varney. You big headed off. No, that's not the way it is. Something's not got to give only if people give into it. And they're gonna
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  • well see I don't believe this. The story is anything more than subtle propaganda to get you to go get vaccinated. You don't need to do these are you crazy threat.
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  • This is this is power and control sitting right out there and they're gonna go Oh, we're not like that. We're not actually gonna do it. Please.
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  • I didn't say that. What did you say I said is that the methodology they're using is a threat mechanism. Yes to make to make it sound as though they're gonna do it. Okay. And they're serious. They make it sound serious. And probably Varney thinks they are I mean, who knows? But the mechanism is to get you to get vaccinated.
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  • Right
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  • and it's working, but they're never gonna put implement this bullcrap because it cost people money. Okay.
  • Adam Curry 24:43
  • Okay. Redbook putting it in right now. I'm tired. I got to say Ticketmaster
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  • will not implement this program.
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  • Okay, Ticketmaster, I'm putting it in Mestre passport today. is November 12 2020 and AC yes JC de no and I will be able to read that it's
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  • absolutely going to be implemented you'll never be able to read it because they're never it's never gonna happen.
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  • Okay they don't you think Ticketmaster? Really? They haven't they have two choices one sell a ticket to follow this idea and lose money, what what mechanism what maniac would take to lose the money path? Well, this
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  • is a question of utmost rhetoric said must be examined. I mean, this is happening everywhere. All these dumb decisions are being made. Did we not? Did we not see the scanning at the airport come through? Do we not see all of that bullcrap coming down the pike.
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  • Anyone any money is making money for these guys.
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  • Man, you don't think that this won't be subsidized or that this this will be mandated by cities? I mean, I diversities for the venues. I like the I like
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  • your thinking. borderline you know at 1984 situation which we are kind of maybe. But you know, I'm not buying it completely.
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  • All right. No, it's in the book is fine. We can we can agree agree to disagree. disagree?
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  • No, we can and that's not
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  • just wrong. You just
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  • agree with that idea. I
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  • disagree with you.
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  • Period. People keep saying we can agree to disagree.
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  • Well, it's a way of saying Fuck you. I think
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  • Yeah, I guess that's right. Like, okay, let's talk about Kobe conditions. The Nightly News. This is the NBC there. So they got this up there. So in on this. And every one of these clips, I got four of them. It's all from the same report and brother. They had his number.
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  • That's the first one. I did it. I did it. My mistake.
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  • I think we have to do a combined five. Okay. dropping it. Drop it changing the rules.
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  • Okay. That's okay. I think I can handle that. Yeah, we'll see.
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  • I forgot the kids saying it now. It's very catchy when you get into it is
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  • the new virus. Yeah, it's very catchy. Because it kind of works everywhere.
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  • Kind of. Yeah, it kind of works everywhere. I get a kick out of doing it when I catch myself. No, so I'm gonna probably phase it out. Uh, okay, let's start with the COVID report. One and this little kicker, I think is worth talking about.
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  • Good evening, everyone. A lot has stolen our attention this past week, a day's long election and all that is followed. But whether we've been looking or not the COVID pandemic is overtaking us in levels frankly not seen since the start of this nightmare that the nation would see another spike in hospitalizations and deaths is now evident inside ICS and county boards. Tonight more legions moving to restrict gatherings just as more Americans had indoors, or Miguel Alma gear begins coverage.
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  • After our nation added a staggering 1 million infections in the first 10 days of November. By Christmas 20 million Americans could contract COVID medical centers, testing sites and morgues are already at a breaking point. Hospitals are
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  • under enormous pressure now,
  • Adam Curry 28:29
  • with roughly 62,000 Americans hospitalized today a record it seems every day another state is declaring an emergency. People need to hold on this is not the time we want to see surges like this not on we're so close to actually turning the corner on the virus amid a flurry of new infections. New York now joins several states ordering new restrictions, closing restaurants, bars, gyms and private parties by 10pm. In Texas, El Paso has more people hospitalized with COVID than most states do. Massachusetts now preparing for field hospitals. here in California with some 1 million infections. Residents in Los Angeles were sent an emergency alert on their cell phones urging they be tested for the virus.
  • John C Dvorak 29:18
  • Yeah, there's a couple of thing I like the way they're used. They're they're couching things because Trump kept saying turning the corner turning the corner right. And so they slip this into the report where they say actually turning the corner. Oh, good one good one Trump's full of crap. But now they're going to be actually turning the corner. Okay. Play
  • Adam Curry 29:43
  • is in America, in American parlance is turning the corner. That truly means the same as coming around the bend or is it wasn't really used to my knowledge in that way.
  • John C Dvorak 29:57
  • Oh, no turning the c