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  • TODAY
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  • leaking. Adam Curry Jhansi devora Sunday November 29 2020. This is your award winning media assassination Episode 1200 99. This
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  • is no agenda, reviewing.
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  • broadcasting live from opportunity's own 33 here in the frontier of Austin, Texas capital of the drone star stake in the morning, everybody. I'm Adam,
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  • from Northern Silicon Valley where I was once media exempt. Now I'm protest exempt. I'm Jhansi devorah.
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  • I know you're allowed to protest in California. That's the best exempt Yes, yeah, I got the clip
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  • with Coronavirus cases soaring across LA County.
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  • public health officials are rolling out new restrictions aimed at slowing the spread. We just figured that it was almost inevitable that this is going to happen. Dr. Thomas yetta Gar is the medical
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  • director of the intensive care unit at Providence cedar Sinai Medical Center in Tarzana with the
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  • current projections if we continue at this pace. It is very possible that in the next two weeks we will be in critical shortage of intensive care unit that's
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  • the new stay at home order takes effect Monday and will last for three weeks. It bans all public and private gatherings with people not in the same household except for religious services and
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  • protests. So you can just say I'm protesting
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  • well that's what the new agenda meetups are gonna have to be down there and of course arch arch Grand Duke gay Foley got us the website. No agenda protests.com forward it to no agenda meetups calm so if you're gonna meet do any meetups down if you don't do meetups, get a few signs and do a podcast. Yes.
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  • It has to say something like down with the virus.
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  • anything. Anything just has to be a protest. Oh, my shock would be a great song. No,
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  • I think down down with the virus. It's kind of a weird throwback to shit 70s probably. But I am very pleased man.
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  • All to champion. Yeah, we
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  • do. Hey, whoa, whoa,
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  • coronaviruses got to go. Hey, hey, Bo. coronaviruses got to go.
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  • I'm so proud of our governors across the nation. So you know, obviously Thank you Gavin Newsome for letting the citizens of getting donation protest and still walk around. And thank you to Nevada Governor sisolak. Pan. This guy has really been working very hard for this cause.
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  • Thank you for taking my question. Governor sisal like, how do you plan on enforcing, for example, limitations on private gatherings? And also this stronger masked mandate? You're referring to?
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  • What we are certainly not the mass police. But I have done everything I could to help spread this virus.
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  • Yeah, yes. Yes. Yes.
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  • It's now incumbent upon all of us as residents in Nevada to do our
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  • part. Okay,
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  • let's go out and spread the virus is no and no correction. By the way. The journalist didn't say, hey, you mean, you mean stop the virus now. And this wasn't even a vaccine related brain fart. This guy means it. I think,
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  • well, it's what he said. You should be very proud of why we put those words together unless you meant them.
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  • It was very, very funny. This is a big problem. Big problem that they're witnessing everywhere with the with the case as now before Thanksgiving. This was the type of warning you would be hearing cnn medical analysts, Dr. Jonathan Reiner joins me now.
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  • He's a professor of medicine at George Washington University. Dr. Reiner, thanks so much for joining us. You describe Thanksgiving as potentially the mother of all super spreader events. There are other major holidays on the way so what should the average American be doing right now? To stay safe?
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  • They should be masking up and not traveling.
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  • Yeah,
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  • they host virus is you know, no longer isolated to certain enclaves in the United States all over the country.
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  • And when
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  • this guy knows everything, why are you even asking questions, man,
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  • they just further that spread. So the next big holiday is obviously the Christmas holiday. Yeah. Where people walk across with family. So we just can't do it this year. You know, we're going to cause needless deaths. And particularly among people we really care about, you know, our most vulnerable, our grandparents. To Granny, our neighbors. We can't travel this year. We need to stay home and sacrifice that Americans can sacrifice for each other. Stay home mask up. We'll have a great series of holidays next year. We'll have we'll have something to celebrate next
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  • Well, here's the problem. After the super spreader event of Thanksgiving, the case demick seems to be on the decline. What is going wrong? And thank goodness Associated Press has let us know far and wide. Don't get complacent. This is a false decline because there were less people testing over Thanksgiving. They really want to have it both ways now. Oh, no more testing doesn't mean that's just you'll just get more cases No, this is people are infected infected everywhere infected receiving infections. But when they don't test false fake news, fake false decline, you're kidding yourself. It's really sad. They don't know what to say anymore.
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  • Well, my favorite event during the week if I do have a clip, but it's Thomas didn't to possible listen to but the newsletter from of all places, Johns Hopkins, Oh, yes.
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  • This was fantastic. Removal of Article right.
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  • They remove the article, whether the events went is as follows this woman who's I'll play the clip and I'll try to explain what happened you're gonna have to kind of listen hard. She's got a very tough axe hard to deal with French accent but this is kind of the this is the crux of it is the COVID. no excess deaths. Yeah,
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  • this was a webinar, I believe that John's? Yes, the webinars up the article is down
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  • and found that there has been no change in the ratio of each age group death numbers over to death numbers. So in other words, no change in the percentage each age group contributes to that. And we looked at the numbers and know that 60,000 deaths per week in the US is normal. It's an equivalent to 3.1 means per year, or at 500 per day. Yeah, you heard that right, at 500 per day, that's no. So we look also at weekly deaths per cause of death. And found that also, heart disease are the leading cause of death in the United States. The number of deaths due to heart disease during the 2020s high of two deaths was reported to be less than the number of heart disease deaths during the high of total death in 2018. Also, for three of the four weeks where COVID-19 deaths were reported, has been higher than heart disease, death. So also for the three weeks, three or four weeks that we have covid 19 deaths were reported has been higher than heart disease death, the number of deaths due to heart disease, influenza and pneumonia, kornek, Lord are nor respiratory disease and more decreased compared to the previous all these funds to no evidence that COVID-19 created any excess.
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  • Oh, this was no
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  • evidence, no evidence that COVID-19 created any excess deaths. How can
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  • that be? I don't understand a quarter million people Americans needlessly die needlessly.
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  • They're murdered by Trump. Let's
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  • get that straight. I'm sorry. Yes. I think of course.
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  • So she comes out with this Dutch statistical analysis of deaths and shows that the heart disease and these other few things, especially in April went way down for some reason, Bobby, because nobody could go to the hospital, right. And the covid went up proportionately. And then when you start eating out the evening at the numbers that she has a nice chart, once you even out to numbers is it looks as though all the COVID desk can be accounted for. But if there's no COVID event, something else, and we're still running at around an 85 100 deaths a day clip, which is the average in the United States all year round, which is we have 8500 people die a day are dying of COVID
  • 9:15
  • where 8500 people a day die in the United States. Yes, yeah. I thought there's like between one and a half and 2 million a year. Isn't that kind of the number? 3.3 million. Okay.
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  • Yeah. 3.1 Yeah.
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  • What are all these people dying of that?
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  • How come we're not hearing
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  • about that? This is horrible. He Golly. So here's what happens is this comes out in the J, the Johns Hopkins newsletter, with all his charts and just a lot of information to back it up. They get some pushback from someone who says Holy crap, this is not the narrative, and they pull the article. And then they they say well, was a mistake that we didn't we didn't go over the information carefully enough and they went on and on it. I build the article and then unfortunately, it's just happened to me in the right cycle for the Wayback Machine.
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  • Mm hmm.
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  • Yeah, it's the Wayback Machine picks it up, puts it out. And now Johns Hopkins said, when they do their second round of apologizing for pulling the article, they think, oh, we have a PDF of it. No, no, it's not that it's gone forever. And I'll make a big fuss and they put a PDF out of that love the exact same file that was part of the newsletter with with the redacted. This is bullcrap. But, you know, overlays a watermark on each page. But the whole thing is a joke. Yeah. Isn't that great? Yeah, it was very funny, especially from Johns Hopkins. Who are the ones with the map? Yeah, they did the pew pew magic map of all the guests.
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  • The cnn map that's up on the screen. 24 seven, the pew pew map, pew, pew, pew, pew. Yeah,
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  • they have a lot of explaining to do. This poor woman. Meanwhile, she's got great credentials. She's been all over the place as a lecturer and she comes up, I guess, I think she was proud of herself for fine. This is an anomaly.
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  • He will be marginalized. She's going to be turned into a kook and I can tell you how it's Oh, no, she's a kook. But already a cook the the World Economic Forum, the people who brought you the great reset, they have a new podcast, yet a new one, which is world versus the virus. And this is this is my favorite new elite podcast. And they got a woman on from shared, verified and shared verified is actually Well, I'll play it in reverse order. I'll play the promo clip of shared verified in a moment. But the World Economic Forum and the united nations have teamed up to create a news network Health News Network, he verified information that you can count on that you can trust. And these will be the real doctors not that phony one who had that webinar piece of crap that you played there on the no agenda show. Because we know that's you know, obviously, obviously fake news. And they interviewed the woman who is in charge of shared, verified, and man, they are going all out,
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  • we were seriously in an information environment that is polluted, we need to clean up the pollution. I think that's us, john, we're gonna get swept under the rug, or just pollution to these people. We the public needs sources of information that they can trust. And they need public figures that who they can trust. And
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  • that's some old dude and an older vj. And,
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  • you know, one of the things that we're trying to do is also to kind of popularize scientists, that's one of the initiatives of the UN, it's called team Halo, where we're giving scientists around the world who are in in the labs, you know, kind of quietly developing a COVID-19 vaccine, we're giving that we've trained them on Tick Tock and given them the title of guide. And they're actually, you know, bringing the public into their labs and just talking
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  • with trained team Halo on Tick tock, the Chinese app
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  • throwing questions and, you know, about he had kind of humanizing the process of reaching a vaccine in in a attempt to kind of distilled the the fears and the kind of mystery and the darkness and the misinformation surrounding that process. So, you know, the same with, you know, leading public health figures. There are polls that suggest that, that people do have faith in in scientists and doctors much more than their political leaders. But there are scientists and doctors who are have gone out and publicly been involved in when we think of the the film pandemic that went absolutely viral. Absolutely. This was at the center was the discredited virologists who, you know, put on a lab coat and people kind of believed her without checking her discredit to credentials. Oh, man,
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  • this is so that I mean, that's really egregious what she did there. Judy mikovits is not a completely discredited cuckoo put on a lab coat. As she did work at CDC. She did work within the system. And then she was spit out and this woman just says, Oh, no, no, she just was an idiot who threw on a lab coat.
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  • This is good. So yes, it is really important that we rebuild and the trust in science scientists, public figures who are guiding our societies.
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  • Yeah, so there you go. It's gonna be on Tick Tock. We will have team Halo team Halo on Tick Tock.
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  • We've trained way from the beginning of that clip to right now. Yeah. With a freight train. Not as effortless link to that clip and you talking wow freight train being lugged around by five monsters engines loaded to the gills with with boxes of Chinese goods and shippers. The beaches are just full it was moving along. It was the Wow Look, how
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  • do you know it was Chinese goods? You can tell by the shippers Ah, okay.
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  • All right, because there's on the side of the
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  • of the containers,
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  • containers.
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  • So back to the numbers of all these dead people Canada has finally figured out who died toppling aspects of the second wave is the research on long term care home where the virus is finding most of its victims. Today Quebec promised $100 million for home care and care workers wages. Since the start of the pandemic close to 11,000 Canadians have died and more than 10 and a half thousand of them were seniors and staff and long term care with most of the fatalities in Quebec and Ontario.
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  • So 11,000 Canadians have died 10 and a half thousand in long term care facilities were older people who of course you catch anything at that age and you can die. Well, that's kind of interesting.
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  • Not shared wide, raising crazy numbers they doled out
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  • 11,000 people died
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  • on a second wave though right not to hold.
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  • I think she meant total. I don't think there's been no that's a good question.
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  • On the Johns Hopkins site
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  • why you look that up I will play the promised promo reel for shared verified so that you know this podcast is bringing you all kinds of disinformation.
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  • This is the biggest act of collaboration in history. And we're all playing our bull
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  • crap.
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  • We're clapping Clap, clap
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  • to everybody.
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  • This is really good so that they're playing into your emotions first about how we're all together and we're singing and we're applauding the first responders and we're on rooftops. serenading This is the togetherness we need to be a part to come together
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  • all looking out for one another.
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  • We contain the virus we must also contain misinformation you heard five g causes coronavirus.
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  • Cure
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  • does blow drying your nostrils kill the virus.
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  • Rumors and misinformation spread even more quickly than the virus Oh impact is deadly.
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  • A couple adjusted chloroquine phosphate which is actually used as a parasite treatment for fish.
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  • chemicals on them.
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  • Keep your loved ones families and communities safe with trusted verified information that
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  • on the world's people are scared. They want to know what to do and where to turn for advice. This is a time for science.
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  • verified. Keep to
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  • the rules and use all define
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  • hash. Keep to the rules
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  • and you'll all be all fine. She's a cute little old lady at the end. Who standing on a doorstep She must be 120 and she says keep keep it
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  • behind us.
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  • Oh be fine. Now how can how can you deny the old lady her wish? to all be fine?
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  • Yeah, it was 11,000 total
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  • total for everything. Not just the second way. Oh, there you go. Right. You know what Canada hates old people. Obviously,
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  • early only
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  • obviously hate old people. obvious. So a lot of these problems are from the testing, obviously, but at least the stay at home orders the calling people infected when they're not. We've been through this many times. I finally found a different way to explain what's going on with a new doctor on the scene who does it quite succinctly in a couple of minutes. Professor sukar it Magdi. And let me just give you his bio. He is I like this guy. He's finally someone from a foreign country we can understand yo. He is a retired Thai German microbiologist. He studied at University of Bonn Giza mines Copenhagen, the Max Planck Institute of immuno biology and epigenetics in Freiburg. So he has been around he has an Order of Merit of Rhineland Palin pollinate or something, the guys for real. Of course, after you hear this, you'll know that he is obviously this information and a shill who just threw on a white lab coat. He explains PCR in a beautiful way and PCR Test is a lab test that may be used to support a diagnosis. So if you think someone is ill has fever is coughing, and you know, short of breath, then it's quite legitimate to do a PCR test to try to find the gene of that virus that you're looking for. And if you find it, or parts of the gene, because a PCR test only looks at parts of the, of the virus genome, very small parts, then it's okay, then you say, all right, this is this would confirm the clinical diagnosis. But a real doctor doesn't go around testing people with a test that has never been,
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  • has never been put on the market for use to diagnose a disease. It's only there to to see whether you have parts of this virus genome, you know, sitting around in your throat or your nose. And then the terrible thing was that
  • 21:06
  • whenever this PC is positive, what
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  • stutters
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  • Oh, yeah, that person, or patient was labeled COVID-19. case. But COVID-19 is the term used for the disease, this is a good point,
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  • which we could have made. Because the media, not only do they call cases, infected persons, they're also calling them COVID cases, which is technically just not true. COVID is the this is when you have the disease, which means you're coughing and hacking up a lung and dying. But to call a positive so called PCR test, a covid case is by definition wrong.
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  • And that's where everything really starts getting crazy. But positive PCR does not mean that you are infected, it could mean that
  • 22:03
  • a, you were infected, and now they're just pieces of the genome lying in your
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  • throat, and you take a swab and take it out, and then this PCR machine, you know, multiplies that genome. So, the, the number of cycles will tell you how many times this genome has been multiplied, it's like, you know, sort of an alcohol, brief test, prep test you you drink one, one mil of vodka, you're not drunk, but if you drink 100, you are drunk. So
  • 22:42
  • there you go. That's the comparison. It's like a breathalyzer test. Just because some alcohol shows up in your blood doesn't mean you're drunk and should go to jail. Just because some fragments of DNA show up in your system doesn't mean you have COVID. And you're infected.
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  • I think what they should do Mm hmm. is to do that, as a public service, the PCR test should also test for AIDS.
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  • We're all gonna have it. That's not a bad idea. Actually, while you're at it, let's do an HIV test, shall we? Oh, boy. We've got some good news and some bad news. I think Dr. James James Linden, on the Irish media network, which I think is I don't even know if it's on television. But I think pod is it a pie hope it's not a pod, because I don't do pods. They had an even better description of how lame This is all the comparison on all we were doing was, and we spent a lot of time making primers. Everyone at the Met is making primers in a rush to get paid to keep their company moving, to get some scam grant off, whatever these are the primers for the PCR test country is going to pay them some scam grant to make their bullshit device. I guess it's not on TV, just it's probably a pod.
  • 24:04
  • And that's
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  • what's happening a lot, you know, illustrating and PCR. Like this talk of the cycles, we have to do kind of 20 to 30 cycles, maybe. But they're cycling up to 45 times. I mean, if somebody else was in the room near that, whose uncle used to have COVID a million years ago, there's a chance that that might come a positive COVID fart even could set off in the next room.
  • 24:31
  • COVID fart can set off the PCR test. Yes, I believe that I think these guys are onto something. You should
  • 24:39
  • listen to this show more often.
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  • I think that's worthy of the title pod actually. But we're still gonna press and and make y'all crazy. And we're going to promote it everywhere. We're going to promote the idea of the Oh yeah, the freedom pass. This is the word now that's being used. I believe that will be the branded name, the freedom pass. I mean, it's such a beautiful contradiction in terms. It hurts. It's like, I love I love these words freedom pass. So you don't really have freedom if you have to show a path.
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  • This is the this is the oxymoron. It
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  • is the oxymoron that will mess with your brain. And they're promoting it on Formula One. This is the commentators who were in Bahrain, we landed at the airport, we went straight to have a test. We then went straight to our hotel. We waited overnight for the results of that test to come back and fire it out. Yes. And that ladies, gentlemen, that tells you whether you're testing negative or positive
  • 25:40
  • or negative test.
  • 25:42
  • There you go. There was an app was great. We just waited it was it was fantastic was not a problem whatsoever. whatsoever, not a problem. So they're just they will just keep pushing pushing. Concordia University in California. falsely called they said that they had an outbreak. And now they admit that more than 50 rapid COVID-19 tests offered to asymptomatic students came back with false positives, which sparked fear of an outbreak on campus. Which of course was just not true. Even your your youtuber guy, the affected one, as you call them. There was crying after he tested positive twice. He did another test and it came back negative.
  • 26:40
  • Well, I guess he's a happy camper. Yes, he's
  • 26:43
  • a lot happier than that. Then the clip that you played, that's for sure.
  • 26:49
  • I couldn't get any good crying clips into the port.
  • 26:51
  • No, no, but but the shame is still there and lots of people have been sending in sending in their experiences. And by the way, I was sports betting these days to people's sports betting still on despite all the problems with games.
  • 27:10
  • Yeah, of course it is. Okay, wouldn't
  • 27:12
  • it be great if you bet heavily on one team and then made sure that the other teams quarterbacks all got COVID?
  • 27:21
  • Well, that happened to the Baltimore team recently. The quarterback got COVID Uh huh.
  • 27:27
  • I believe all the Denver Bronco quarterbacks have had COVID and now ineligible to play against the saints.
  • 27:34
  • Now they can bring the owner in john Elway old former quarterback
  • 27:37
  • let him do it.
  • 27:38
  • It's good to know. Sure.
  • 27:39
  • That'd be fine. Fine. Anyway, we're well underway with the vaccine. And just to remind everybody, I pulled the clip of Bill Gates explaining about some potential side effects
  • 27:55
  • now that the data show that everybody with a high dose had a side effect.
  • 28:00
  • Yeah, but some of that is is not dramatic where you know it's just you know, super painful but yes, there
  • 28:08
  • are there's not severe side
  • 28:10
  • it's just super painful. There's nothing else to it just super painful and as it turns out, yeah, there are some side effects and it's being reported on
  • 28:19
  • how this happening as several companies race to get a vaccine approved. But early trials show you may need to prepare for side effects as Lucas joins us from the bridge and Lysa these side effects are expected to be mild but could really impact your daily life. Yes, it
  • 28:32
  • depends on how you react and how you take that feeling of feeling crummy because that is what the early data is suggesting that several of these vaccines may make you feel crummy for a couple of days to go and get that
  • 28:46
  • is a technical term john it's crummy. You may feel
  • 28:50
  • side effects feeling crummy Yes.
  • 28:52
  • This is a this is a no they she has a white lab
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  • coat on. Okay, words mean something
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  • sizer is like likely most others will require two doses to work. The injections must be given weeks apart according to company protocols. Now scientists anticipate that the shots will cause you to feel drained, perhaps flu like side effects and call sore arms, muscle aches and fever. The effects could last days it can temporarily sideline some people from work or school.
  • 29:21
  • Sounds great.
  • 29:22
  • Experts believe broad outreach of the vaccine is going to be necessary. And in fact, we've been monitoring how people would feel when it comes to taking that vaccine, the willingness willingness rather to be vaccinated for COVID-19 a recent Gallup poll shown only half of Americans are ready to take it half not so much.
  • 29:40
  • Maybe it's that super painful bit people are not so into and you have to get two shots which is
  • 29:46
  • odd. This is the same thing with the swine flu if you recall, yes, they threaten the two shot thing it makes they make more money with that
  • 29:55
  • they never got to do they get to the two shot no just
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  • the two shots kind of ended. Curiously it just magically disappeared.
  • 30:03
  • Well, the the verified team the team Halo is out and about and they've recruited some people to go and promote the the virus, I'm sorry, the vaccine and on RTE one in Ireland they have a show and the host has a kid on it and this kid is too She kind of looks like a toddler but she's well spoken so she I don't know exactly. She may have been five or six. And she has a before her a table and she has like a like a doc, you know, a doctor's kit, one of those kids that used to get as a kid and had a little, you know, doctor's case and a stethoscope in there and a little fake hypodermic needle in a fake thermometer. So she has that kit. He's got a little dog, a stuffed dog on the table. And she is going to explain to the people of Ireland, about about the vaccine and how simple it is. And I think she's promoting a brand. She may be one of these kids who has been trained from Team Halo.
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  • What happens now he gets medicine has my Coronavirus Oh good.
  • 31:13
  • Did he actually have the
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  • virus? And I think so. Okay, and over here is the regurgitation station. He needs to vomit the medicine. We need to get him at Pfizer and vaccines. Don't waste time.
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  • You're ahead of the game. So
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  • does like
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  • he's not participating. So we're going to have to knock them out.
  • 31:38
  • Tony is having a rough day in the clinic. Okay, so
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  • you have to check if he's still with us. Okay,
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  • that's a good deal with us. Okay,
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  • this is great. This
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  • is a story of survival, isn't it?
  • 31:51
  • So what happened?
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  • The Pfizer vaccine.
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  • Okay. And now,
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  • he has to stay in this pod for the next seven days.
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  • That's a serious quarantine
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  • because there is a backlog with the HSE. Oh, I
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  • see. Okay. They love that. Yeah.
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  • Okay. So you're gonna leave them in there for 87 days?
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  • According according to the Department of Education, because they're safe. I mean,
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  • this is child abuse of the highest magnitude.
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  • Know what you introduced me to is, it was a phenomenal idea that no one's decided to execute. Okay. Credit tune Barry.
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  • She's on the way. She's
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  • bringing her into this because there is a connection to climate change. And this would be doing the public a great service, blowhard, perfect little girl to do this. She even though she's a
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  • teenager, she has to put the pigtails back in to make it work, limit
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  • pigtails back in and come out and do this and go out and start promoting it. She would that would be a huge win,
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  • especially if she says Pfizer every five minutes.
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  • Yeah. Pfizer, Pfizer, Dr. Pfizer phoneys.
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  • Those guys have no shame. And that's seriously shameless.
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  • It's the definition of shameless.
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  • The so as we're waiting for the freedom pass. I'm not gonna give you the Red Book entry just yet. Ticketmaster has walked back a little bit there.
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  • As someone predict Yes,
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  • yes. Wow. Yes. But all they're saying is, we'll you know, it's not really up to us. It's up to the venues. We're just preparing our all kids, we're just preparing our API, we want our API to be prepared for you know, whatever we have to tie into that'll work with whatever app and we haven't quite decided yet, but we all know it's gonna be the freedom pass. We'll see. But indeed, people around the world are not having any of this. The Brits are protesting with their with their song, you can stick your poison vaccine up here. Ours actually was pretty violently arrested. A number of protesters and when the Brits go out and protest, they protest without masks, which is real badass. I love that. And the cut you see the cops are almost like Oh man, I don't even want to touch these people. Paris the burning the central bank? Yeah, you know where the problems come from? And then we had that douchebag Alan Joyce the CEO of quantas who was all GT and all jacked and happy about all yeah, oh, yeah. Well, oh, yeah. When you want to travel internationally off when you're gonna have to prove out a vaccine profit, profit profit. So he was doing a speech, some global leadership speech. He's onstage and a guy comes from behind the stage and emerging from backstage a man in a suit
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  • who grabbed Mr. Joyce and smelly To tie into his face
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  • since I've been here to announce I
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  • don't know what that was. I might take a break for
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  • a second guys and just clean up a little bit.
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  • I love that. He says, I don't know what that's about. What could it be about? What What Would someone pie me over? What what what have I done wrong?
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  • Now that guy deserved the pie what flavor it was.
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  • It was a good pie. Somebody
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  • used that berry pie. Um,
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  • it was a lot of whipped cream actually was kind of
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  • Yes. But berry pie is good because that besides paying him it did makes it ruins his shirt, his fine shirt and binary Mm hmm. Oh, yeah. For good.
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  • I didn't realize it but the Emmy Awards now we know about Cuomo and his his Emmy Award because he
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  • didn't mention on the show. She meant we didn't so
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  • I have I have a little reminder quickie this from Fox News actually first talking to a democrat about this and then a republicans only 45 seconds.
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  • Governor Andrew Cuomo is going to receive an Emmy for his briefings and his leadership during the pandemic.
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  • Kevin and me for pandemic briefings.
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  • Well, I obviously captivated the national audience. I mean, he held I think was something like
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  • 111 back to back press conferences. I
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  • know that fox news other news networks broke into those press conferences. They were compelling. And again, I think this international body has decided that with
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  • his or her andrew cuomo I think it's interesting we're about out of time Joe final thought. final thought is the Emmys are now have to probably make their award show 19 hours because you're going to need 18 hours for the end memorandum hard if andrew cuomo wins for all those patients he put back home and positive patients back in the nursing homes.
  • 36:52
  • So just to correct everybody in a couple things. This is the International Emmy Awards. This is not the Emmy Awards as we know them because those they always try to attempt to televise those at least so the International Emmy Awards they never televised no one ever looks at this crap
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  • No. It's like those little mini Emmys they give to daytime people. Yes.
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  • The ones that are never tell the news cast in in Arizona. We'll get one digs me. talk shows get them it's not about acting. And so there was this call to do and then and there were thank yous and congratulations from dinette from the New Yorkers from Rosie Perez, Spike Lee. Robert De Niro, of course. Who's the zoo lander guy. Bad guy. Yeah, that guy. And Ben Stiller. Man is still and but it really wasn't funny. So I didn't clip that what I thought was interesting. was the president of the International Emmy Awards, which is not televised, which is being streamed apparently. Imagine that a Television Award being streamed they don't see the irony in their own obsolescence. You there's no difference between the International Emmy Awards and
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  • a pie.
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  • Well, I was gonna I was gonna say there are others but any, you know, like Crowder. I mean, it's it's streamers. He got streamers to stream video and you got podcasters who do audio, and you're just joining the pack and you're boring witness please welcome to the stage, President and CEO of the International Academy of Television, arts and sciences. Bruce pays nurse empty auditorium, an empty stage, the big booming voice and the guy and I cut out all the pauses Of course they the guy comes out just listen. Welcome to the international Emmys.
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  • Sheer screaming from New York City's dream around the world. It is ironic and rather gratifying. That although most of us cannot travel outside the borders of our own country, television programs continue to have an impact every place.
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  • Do you not understand, sir? You're not even on television. Now. What are you talking about?
  • 39:31
  • And today, as you can see, we are traveling virtually? Well, the impact of technology on our world is great and growing disease may create boundaries and limitations, but technology knocks them down. Give us new and sophisticated ways to communicate with each other.
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  • I mean, these guys just now waking up and they they've learned about YouTube
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  • last spring when the virus was new out of control. And the people of New York were frightened at its relentless spread. One man took it upon himself to use technology to spread reliable information and tell citizens what to do. almost daily press conferences were a whole new dimension in public education. He informed he demanded, and he calmed people down. No one who saw it will easily forget it, the mountain, the boyfriend, the COVID test, and the gradually declining numbers. I'll give these guys one thing.
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  • They definitely calm people down. But people in their 90s like my, my aunt and uncle, Don, who's who wrote in the family newsletter and said, We are so happy with Governor Cuomo. He is the shining light of this crisis. I think people felt very good about that. So with that, yes, I agree. But a highlight of education, please.
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  • Well, wouldn't have bothered me so much as the guy was so full of crap and then and then essentially killed all those 10,000 people in the convalescent homes and lied about it. Yeah. Yeah.
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  • And then covered it up with all kinds of all kinds of stuff, so no one would be liable.
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  • So okay, well, good. He deserves it. Me. It. It'll be it'll be so he can go do his thing with his brother Chris. Yeah. And back. They go back and forth. And who has the better me? I think Chris has one.
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  • I would rather
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  • I The reason I say that, because if he did, it'd be right behind him at all times. Yes. Hang on the shelf there.
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  • And I kind of like it that way. where, you know, Brother, brother Cuomo gets a bullcrap me. And this other guy can just grouse about it forever. Kind of like that. We've got an Oregon mink farm in trouble. staff is infected with COVID-19. You know what that means to come in for your pets. wasn't enough to just have a couple of stories in Europe. Now. It's here. They're going to call them and kill the mink. And then they're coming for your dog. Not going to so Jay
  • 42:27
  • took the dog. The basset hound we've got here to the dog park. Okay,
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  • yeah, this dog that allowed that allowed or did you have to probably as a dog park was packed. She didn't have to protest.
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  • No, okay. But the dog is antisocial. It doesn't like other dogs, but likes people and needs to be pet. He likes to be petted.
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  • Mm hmm.
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  • This is classic basset hound. They're all like this. They make a lot of noise too. And nobody would pet the dog. Oh, no, no, can't pet that. No, no. COVID COVID.
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  • Yeah, exactly. He's gonna give you COVID such a dog
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  • yet COVID.
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  • The simulation is real people were really living in a simulation. I mean, it's mainstream media and social media. But it is a simulation. A lot of people are stuck in it really stuck?
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  • I think.
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  • Yeah, I think I think we're at. There's not much else with COVID. Although there is one thing I need to bring to our attention. You probably already heard this. Jesse Cory Nelson, who was created over 100 and have show mixes throughout the pandemic is obviously listening very closely to our show to pick out clips and put them into his end of show mixes. And he's noticed something else we both do, which he thinks we should be aware of, you know, this is not the old brother. It is not at the end of the day. It is I heard about this.
  • 43:59
  • I think I think he has a point. We need to come up with some alternatives sitting in his car, but he's sitting in the passenger side and he has a big intro but while he's doing that, because apparently
  • 44:11
  • skinny Joe is so skinny Joe. Apparently
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  • Hong Kong supposedly got it again. And for people in all of Europe, apparently.
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  • Vegans apparently have twice as much sex as meat eat. Alright, I think we get the idea. We're using apparently a lot.
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  • Well, it's one of those lousy adverbs we should probably drop. Yeah, completely, but it's gonna take that's a little tough because that's just, that's the flow of thing that's a patient flow word. And it's used to and it's always used to if you listen to the patient flow where you are going to say something then it's a it's a moment of pausing, he would drop in apparently, as a as a, like a rimshot.
  • 44:59
  • But it's also Kind of a way of saying, We don't really know, because we're just reading whatever we're told, or whatever we
  • 45:05
  • say is that elements involved, but that's involved with everything we do. In fact, I'm gonna read something that we're told I just a note, I want to read about COVID to be the last COVID thing I had to say. Yeah. It's from Julie T. She wrote as he contributed today. And it was with her to her, she and her husband are big no agenda listeners. I've been sick with a virus for almost two weeks as symptoms for low grade fever, not ever reaching 100. And mild congestion. I had major body aches which were miserable. The reason I read this, because replies to my wife who had COVID, she thinks, but she never got tested, my wife said, I'm begging to get tested. She lost her sense of smell and taste, and you really get that sick. But she says she's not going to get tested because one positive test in clallam County did just shut the whole county down. Which is a problem in some of these little out posts. Just when I thought I was getting better than fever returned to my asthma was triggered, if anything is going to trigger my asthma. It's a virus. But I haven't had my asthma triggered this badly in decades. I wanted to go to the doctor for for meds and they tried to convince me to go to the
  • 46:13
  • ER. See, this is where she got smart.
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  • I refused. Yeah. Because of the many reasons discussed on this show, as well as my many friends with terrible experiences. Once their loved ones were confined to the hospital. The doctor also wanted to give me a covid test, which I refused. I couldn't stand the thought of something going up my nose when I'm already struggling for air. I asked her if she if the asthma treat would be any different if I tested positive or negative? And she said no. You have recently talked on the show recently about people being embarrassed having a positive covid test. I'm not embarrassed to test positive, who cares? However, what I do want to avoid with a positive test is the pressure from literally everyone. Yeah, will you be quarantining for two weeks? Will you be informing your son's school? My son has an emperor in person private school, which keeps pods home? If there's been a positive test? Will your husband tell his work? Are you going to get medicine? And the questions in pressure goes on and on? But my medical conditions suddenly, when is it suddenly everybody else's business? So I'm not wanting to get a COVID test? Because one, I don't trust the results anyway. And two, I don't want to deal with the pressure. People Stay out of my business. It is amazing how everyone wants to know if I had been tested. And if I had been tested, I would be pressured to give people an answer even though it's my private medical information. A very male, very well might have covid. But I figured my symptoms are gone. I'm no longer contagious. Isn't that true of all viruses that present with symptoms? So I'm having I'm avoiding testing to avoid the social pressure to answer the questions that come along with it. Nice little note
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  • yet is a good note experience. And I know I'm not giving any advice here. But I personally think she could have she might have dodged a big bullet by saying No, that's okay. I'm not gonna go to the ER because you know what they want to do? They want to test you. They want to see if you're, you're seemingly infected. And then they want to throw you on a ventilator, especially with asthma. And kill Yeah, I mean, again, this is not we're not this is not medical advice. But I think she made a wise decision and she weighed her own risk. And I she's right. And what's interesting is when I hear someone tested positive, which is usually from, from my stepdaughter, my first question is, are they sick? And there's never an answer to that? Well, I don't know. Do they get put tested positive? So they must be on death's door? Yeah. So there you are.
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  • No agenda show has this kind of influenced it for a person that really is more at risk from the system than they are from the from the virus?
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  • Yeah.
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  • Because we'll get a note tomorrow, you know, my aunt died. Yeah, you know, and they go on and on. This
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  • is the same with my sisters. You know, I've got Willow in, in firenza, near Florence in Italy. And you know, they are, they've been locked down, they get out that locked down again. And it's so they had a like a nine page obituary in the newspaper. And that really freaked her out. And I think one of their friends who was 60 and had lung issues died and you can't and when that happens to someone who was a close friend and he was actually texting with him just 10 days before and everything seemed fine. Then Then what happens is people go on to killer. It's a killer without really understanding, particularly looking at the excess death numbers that no actually it could have happened in any other any other number of ways with that person. Again, not a doctor, but we can read
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  • cracks,
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  • cracks, cracks, cracks, cracks, cracks. Yes. cracks. And I think that's why we have a, I think that's all we have on on the on the on the road now. Yeah, I think that's it for now.
  • 50:25
  • Yeah. I would like to discuss some of the things going on with this election. Oh, goody. Yes.
  • 50:31
  • I saw that you had some series of clips. And I think I have not listened to them. I have not seen but I know what it's about. Are you going to launch into that? Because I'm interested?
  • 50:44
  • Yes. I'm going to launch into the crackpot side of Trump's gonna be in stay in office.
  • 50:51
  • Okay. And do I get to interject after?
  • 50:55
  • I want you to hear deject anytime you want. I just don't want you to hijack the
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  • presentation. I will not hijack the presentation.
  • 51:02
  • Let's go with it. Let's start with there's a group of people. And it turns out a lot of them aren't as low on this website. You want to hear the great great, great, great crackpots they're all on bright on. Bright on is a video channel that has all these different podcasts of some video some not. And it has people like and bright on is owned by and run by Mike Adams.
  • 51:31
  • Brady. I think it's bright young.
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  • Right? Could be Blake iaia. Right. But it's bright on. Okay. Uh, Mike Adams is the national news guy and we always are skeptical of natural news stories.
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  • The health Ranger.
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  • He's the health
  • 51:47
  • Ranger. Yes. I love listening to the health Ranger.
  • 51:52
  • Well, I've got a bunch of Mike Adams clips I want to listen to because he's really the D is the real kingpin amongst this group. And there's a whole group of them. There's Gary he even I've got something from him. Steve quale. There's this woman, Sheila zelinsky. There's this one guy, who I'm really fascinated with which is when I got it. I got a sheet of stuff from him. See if I can find it. This guy is I guess you I tried to get clips from this character. He's got a bunch of podcasts and he's always on bright bridey on. Also His name is Jeffrey pray there. As a bio, okay. He does. He's really out there. But if you read his bio, you start to scratch your head a little bit. Geoffrey pray there is a retired Army officer act and this is from his own website. And he's got pictures of himself and all this in military garb on the back of horses, choking out some guy that's choking the guy out. Geoffrey pray there's a retired Army officer x d. d, a special agent, former di a intelligence officer turned to whistleblower and then targeted by the government. Of course, he's so targeted. I never heard of him. In addition to hosting his own call in weekly talk show the prey their point is also a martial arts master and teacher. Apache wisdom teacher, kinetic quotient creator and trainer. fire arms and horsemanship instructor, published author, sag film actor, speaker, father, husband and chaplain and in his spare time so that's kind of his background. So I looked into this guy as best I could, if he does have a LinkedIn page, now you're gonna play
  • 53:58
  • this guy, we're just gonna read his bio, I can't.
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  • I'm introducing because I'm introducing him as part of this cult. I said, and I've tried it, I believe me. I wanted to clip this guy is his bio and the rest of it's more entertaining than he is. He is just impossible to clip. He's one of those guys who never gets to the point. Okay. It's just impossible. I tried and tried. But most of it is summarized by Mike Adams. Mike Adams has the same. They're all the same all these guys. But let's listen to Mike Adams. And this is about the election where we're at all this coming. All that's coming down. This is the Mike Adams zero, you get to look for 00 intro
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  • no joke full on Bolshevik kinetic revolution, to mass murder Trump supporters in the streets, which is something that by the way, actor Robert DeNiro, just basically called for. I don't have the exact quote but paraphrasing what he said today. Robert DeNiro is calling for ethnic cleansing against white Christian people. Who are Trump supporters in America? So here we have Hollywood, you know, losing their minds again. Now, some of these statements are coming from leftist because they think Biden is one and they think they're in power now. So now they're their true darkness is coming out where they're like, kill all the Trump people, you know, just kill them all oh and and criminalize Trump prosecute him. You've heard this from other democrats as well. They want to prosecute the entire Trump family, throw them all in jail, seize all their assets, and so on. I think it's awesome that they're saying this because, number one, I know that Trump is very likely going to win this. Okay.
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  • So it sounds you know, like, yeah, it was true. dinero did come out with some stupidity, but he's an idiot. And Scott Adams has gone out there, they're gonna try to kill the Trump people as 70 million people voted for Trump. I mean, there's nothing that it's okay. It's interesting kind of paranoia and makes some sense, and it's entertaining. It just gets a little more interesting when, when Adams goes into some of the things he's heard that is that are going to happen any minute now. And this is the one of my favorite ones is right here. This is the Mike Adams one reparaciones.
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  • Hold on a second. I had something in my eye. Hold on. I can't see. One, okay. Yes, I'm sorry. I got my, my eye clouded up the the Democrats. They want Joe Biden in power, but the globalists, they don't. The globalists want to take down America and by globalist I mean people like George Soros and other international oligarchies and enemies of America, such as China, for example. They don't want America to exist at all, as founded. So they're actually competing interests among the enemies of Trump. And this is this is why this is important. See the Democrats, they love the idea of stealing the election, and putting Joe Biden in the White House, so they can push all of their crazy insane left wing agendas. And one of those that just surface today was this new idea pushed by some Biden people, I think, some Democrats who say, once Biden's in the White House, they want to seize farmland from farmers across America using eminent domain, and then give out that land to black people. And then have the USDA provide grant money to train those reparations recipients to train them how to farm. Okay, so, so where to begin with how bad this idea is, number one, why are they assuming that the farmland that they're going to be seizing isn't being seized from black farmers who are trying to make a living on their farmland? You know, why are they assuming that all farmers are white? There's plenty of black farmers across America and they don't want their land seized.
  • 57:53
  • All right. But to be to be fair about what he's saying there. There was language in the heroes act, that House passed that had bullcrapping there like the digital dollar, and it did include confiscation of farmland. I don't know about the white farmers, black farmers over there going to give it but there was some language in there that related to that.
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  • Yeah.
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  • Okay, well, that's just great. Let's go to Mike Adams to a
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  • bike and remember that term irredeemably tainted, because I think we're gonna see that term come up again. And when they say that it's going to flip multiple states, back to Trump, Trump's gonna have 300 plus electoral votes. And then the violence is going to happen, no matter what. But at that point, Trump will have the the weight of the Supreme Court behind him saying that, yes, the courts have said that I'm the president. Now I can deploy the military in order to keep the peace and take down the terrorists who are now trying to destroy America. You see, that's a very different situation for the president than doing so than deploying the military before a court has rendered a decision in his favor. Very different situations. And I think what the globalist are looking for, is for Trump to make that decision early so that Obama can appeal to the United Nations and say, Aha, Trump is a rogue military dictator. And we need what what term you're going to hear, oh, international peacekeepers. We need international peacekeepers to come to America. Obama will say, the blue helmets in order to free the American people from oppression, oppression of who oppression of this military dictator, Trump, that's going to be the narrative. He got that from our show. He did. We played a clip about that. Don't you remember? Yeah, yeah, it was.
  • 1:00:03
  • It was Yeah, it was it wasn't. This guy's taking it very seriously. But
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  • you want to hear the clip that we had. I'm not hijacking. I'm just saying that this is this. Yes, yes,
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  • you may do that
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  • far too common in Chicago police investigating a shooting
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  • and heavily armed United Nations peacekeepers operating in some of the most dangerous corners of the earth. Now, there's a push to bring them here.
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  • And I'm Erica.
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  • Commissioner, so
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  • you get it. It was it was it was a story in Chicago. Yeah. So he heard that.
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  • He's picked up the ball. He knows what he's doing. Clearly, let's go to part two of this to be
  • 1:00:43
  • the oppressed people in America are the people who support Trump. So that un narrative will only fly in the left wing media that's pushing their ultimate reality, gaslighting thing, you know, their theater, they will claim, yeah, America is being freed by UN troops. But in reality is you and I know, UN troops will be running a kidnapping, child sex trade operation, as soon as they can, you know, the roll into, I don't know, wherever, wherever they end up, you know, Oregon, or somewhere Washington state the rolling Washington, let's start kidnapping, you know, teenagers off the streets and shipping them off to Europe. for payment.
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  • Sorry,
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  • yeah, that's all right. So let's go to this is the another lead into even better material. And by the way, this whole cult of people including this, they're all on top of this. They all Yeah, yeah. Yeah. They're just Yeah, yeah, yeah. But the whole thing, let's go to lead in three headlines, because of course, Democrats are shutting down farms in California, and meat processing plants and food processing facilities all across the country. They're shutting down grocery stores in New Mexico, just if, if four people test positive for COVID, who were in the grocery store, even even though the tests are false, the shut down the whole grocery store for two weeks. I mean, these are engineered food shortages, folks. So that the press, the international press can say look, the American people are starving under the authoritarian rule of Trump, the military dictator. And look people are getting shot in the streets. It's going to be 100% lies.
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  • It's going to be you know,
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  • edited videotapes from CNN, with completely out of context statements. But this is how this is how America is going to be demonized by the world, as Trump maintains a second term, because you see, once Trump wins his second term, it's going to be America against the world. Because the globalist run Europe they run Canada with that pansy ass snowflakes soy boy, Justin Trudeau in charge in Canada, oh my god, every time I see that guy, I just want to kick him in the balls, don't you? Every time he speaks, just want to kick him in the balls. It wouldn't even change his voice by the way. He speaks that way all the time. And Australia is all in with the globalists. And by the way, infiltrated by China, New Zealand, all in basic basically New Zealand is a is a globalism, you know, experiment Island. It's like the Island of Dr. Moreau or some some crazy weird sci fi or willian nightmare bullshit going on there. And then, of course, China is trying to destroy everybody who isn't a Chinese communist. And, you know, what do you have South America still mostly socialist run by a lot of crazy actual military dictators like Maduro, you know, in Venezuela, and then you've got Cuba and so on. The world is a mess. So I get to you're trying to let him make himself sound pretty crazy. But he sounds
  • 1:03:57
  • pretty crazy to me.
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  • But
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  • what if you didn't think that was great. Let's go to clip four Before we discuss any more of it. The world
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  • is a mess. And America is the only real hope for human freedom around the world. So even when Trump establishes his second term, America is going to be in bloody domestic warfare. I don't know the best way to describe this. I'm trying to paint a picture for you so that you're ready for this. We're going to be in war on US soil, very likely involving troops from other countries. And that doesn't even get involved in the Chinese troops that Governor Newsome will probably allow to land at the Long Beach port. You know, come on in China, because of course China owns governor Newsome and probably use California as a staging beachhead to launch attacks on the rest of America. So I can argue that there are that they are people in political places of power in the United States. Who are crazy enough to dream this up? And who would want to do this? Who could say oh well if Trump prevails then oh my we have to bring in the blue helmets I'm I can't argue that much with him it's just he seems to believe it a bit let's go
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  • with the last clip from Mike and then we'll get to other clips
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  • but you're going to need some actual combat ammo in this because you're going to be at war with no probably Communist Chinese troops if he rolls into an ammo add I'm going to be very much in California and then those of you down at the southern border of California and Arizona especially you're going to be at war with the Mexican narco is rolling in with their Chinese trained narco militant units and their armored vehicles You know, they're up armored Mad Max looking drug running you know, armored personnel, narco vehicles have
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  • you seen those
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  • Alright,
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  • so he goes on he already did the ammo ad it was earlier should have really should
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  • have left that in because it's a perfect so it wasn't about it wasn't
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  • an ad It was a long discussion about what type of point bullet you need know to kill China and has to deal with these Chinese because the Chinese as you know be staging in California beach. Yeah. Down in California down there and nobody's gonna care. Because it's just the so this guy is is as far as I'm concerned. Yeah, there's he's got a couple of things that are kind of interesting. No, agenda II T's insane. But let's get let's go to Gary he even he was on this Sheila zolecki show. This is z l clip. Why get what Tuesday el clips, I want this one. And then the other one. The Gary HeMan. First another one. Gary has to Gary even first great reset,
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  • they intend to deal with a massive debt by repudiating debt. But in exchange for giving up having to pay your house note you give up the property that you're on, they're gonna deal with private property. As you know, under the Communist Manifesto, people are not allowed to own things, of course, you're gonna be able to live in your house as long as you comply. And one of those compliance issues that are in our face right now is the vaccine. And I don't know if you saw an immediate today, where quantas and I fly quantas. Frequently, because I have property in Australia. cuantas is now going to require that you have proof of vaccination before you can file on an airline. This is so imminent right now, this vaccination, it's not going to be mandated initially. But it's going to be so punitive. If you don't have it, it's going to be very difficult to function. It's going to start with airlines and travel, then it's going to be imposed in government jobs. It's going to be imposed on healthcare workers, just like the flu vaccine is right now. And then it's going to be ultimately imposed on going to the grocery store. And then eventually, they'll take the ultimate step to make it mandatory. And if you don't get it, then you'll be incarcerated. And the FEMA camps coming on a series of events is upon us.
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  • all make sense. It's too bad about the FEMA camps. You can't argue that there is a push for how a freedom.
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  • That's what you argue about. All right, let's play this last clip. Steve quale,
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  • that we have to become a member of a global guru. And I see to the United Nations, literally, and I had a place in God where I can call fire down from heaven on my wood. I do pray against them that way. Because again, ladies and gentlemen, they want you to eat insects, they really do.
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  • probably know this, their bodies and new meat made from your own human cells. And they say, well, it's not cannibalism. It's sure the blazes is we've got the whole statement coming through, can't resist. So eat your heart out has more meaning than it ever did up philosophic was fourthly, go ahead.
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  • Soylent Green.
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  • All right. Excellent. Yeah.
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  • We're beating ourselves. So this is a crowd of people that they're all in with, I would say. Sidney Powell is like their hero. And you know, I'm kind of getting sick of Sidney Powell. And I know you're a fan I mean, I kind of was a fan for a while but you know, she's in effect if she didn't get Flynn out. She got she got the judge worked up and they did Trump had to bail Flynn out. She claimed to be in jail with Sidney Powell. You know, Sidney Paul's real glory started back when she was a defender of Enron. The people that keep kept the rolling blackouts in California. She was their big defender. She was the defense attorney for Enron, I think, and I didn't know he went on the air all over the place about government over No,
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  • I think having read the book, you're incorrect about your assumption of what she did for Enron. What she did for Enron is safe to executives who had been screwed by what's his name Wasserman, who shut down Arthur Andersen. It's not not like she was defending Enron. The people who needed to go to jail didn't and the people who really had no role and were only doing as they were asked to do that, too. She defended. But okay, whose
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  • story was this? That's what was her story? Yeah. Okay. Okay, I'm, I'm done with her.
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  • Oh, well, that's too bad because I got clips from her.
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  • No, I think it's good. I have a clip from where I want to play my clip. I have a clip of I have a clip of her. This is the I picked this clip off of the Twitter. I just got a kick out of it. This is her rant, and I want to hear your clips. This is your random check stubs clip, which I just thought was okay, well, they got check stubs. Well, let's see these check stubs, put them online. got pictures of the checks?
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  • With every means and manner of fraud that you can possibly imagine and many could never imagine. How many fraudulent votes. Do you think that
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  • Joe Biden on his side of the slate?
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  • probably at least 10 million. million fraudulent votes?
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  • Probably.
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  • Maybe more.
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  • President Trump lost 7 million votes
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  • and how many dead people how many votes of dead people were more cast? Do you think
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  • we're still tracking down to see if what we've been provided is real but if it is corrected several million
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  • Okay.
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  • All right. Let's be reasonable to get 10 million fraudulent votes. I don't see any wins on the on the on the good boy side. And he got I believe there's 2 million dead people voting in California every election, so that's probably true, too. But okay, where's the winds here? Where's it? When's the tide turning? I'm not seeing any positive. anything happening. It's all being held up. I don't know why.
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  • Okay, so good. I think you went a little too too deep into Mike Adams. I really don't just just as to prove that Sydney. I think that Sydney crackin keeper is amazing. nutjob Mike Adams thing was not about Sydney.
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  • Well, it was a side to this. That's just as nutty as the woman in the green screaming now after Trump one against Hillary. Oh, yeah,
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  • totally, I think but to be fair, a lot of those things we have discussed from serious news stories. He's putting it all together. But yeah, you connect that nuttiness to her that's that's good. Because there's a lot of nutty people out there who you will not like and I have clips of all of them. What is your Freeza Korea clip because I have the clip. I have a clip your says sweetened Is that better? What is what is your
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  • my clip will be better? This is a okay. This is a clip that was recommended for us. by everybody. Everyone says Oh, are you sad is CNN. This is the car explaining what all the right wing talk show guys have explained months ago about how it's possible under some screwball circumstances that will never take place. How Trump could win without really winning.
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  • He did this in September. And I think that's exactly what is going to happen
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  • that are legal and constitutional, that could enable that are legal and constitutional.
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  • Why is your clip restarting your clip
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  • know that could enable Trump to stay in office without actually winning the vote. The system of electing the president is complicated because it was not designed to be directly democratic. The Constitution calls for states to choose the presidential electors, who in turn gather to vote for the President. Over time, states have passed laws that ensured their state's popular vote for the presidency would determine the electors. But those are laws not a constitutional obligation. Now, imagine the scenario during election week. Trump is leading on November 3, but Joe Biden pulls ahead in the days following republicans file objections to 10s of thousands of mail in ballots, Democrats five countersuit taking account of the confusion. Legislators decide to choose the electors themselves. Here's the worry. Of the nine swing states. Eight have Republican legislators if one or more decide that balloting is chaotic and marred by irregularities. They could send what they regard as the legitimate With slate of electors, which would be Republican, Democrats may object and file lawsuits in some of those states Democratic governors or secretaries of state could send their own slates of electors to Washington. That would add to the confusion. But that might well be part of the republican plan.
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  • Because you see, when Congress convenes on January 6, to tally the electors votes, there would be challenges to the legitimacy of some electors. It's possible congressional Republicans could decide the disputed states should simply not be counted. Suppose In this scenario, Michigan's votes are invalidated. That would ensure that neither candidate would get to 270 electoral votes. At that point, the Constitution clearly directs that the House of Representatives vote to determine the presidential election. But it does so with each state casting a single ballot. If the current numbers hold, there would be 26 state delegations that are republican and 23 democratic with one tide. So the outcome would be to reelect Donald Trump. Trump doesn't need to do anything other than to simply accept this outcome, which is constitutional
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  • crap.
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  • I really enjoy that you filled up your lack of argument with sound effects. This is of course, exactly what can happen.
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  • And
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  • I think there's a distinct possibility it will happen.
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  • There is no possibility this is going to happen.
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  • Okay. But don't hijack my presentation either. If you don't mind, I don't have anything left. You will. First No, I
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  • don't have anything left in my in my arsenal of clips.
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  • Okay, but it's not acceptable just to say it mo crap. Now, I'm gonna argue, I'm going to argue why I think this has a very good chance of working. And first, let's understand for people who listened that Fareed Zakaria clip and didn't understand the United States, the citizens united states do not vote for the President. That's the point of what is going on. Here. It is the electoral college. And it's understood by the left and by Hollywood. As I will remind you of this clip from 2016. On December 14, the day the electoral college was going to certify the vote for Trump versus Hillary Clinton. The actors came out
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  • and did this Republican members of the electoral college This message is for you. As you know, our founding fathers built the electoral college to safeguard the American people from the dangers of a demagogue and to ensure that the presidency only goes to someone who is to an eminent degree and down with the requisite qualifications, an eminent degree, someone who is highly qualified for the job
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  • for the electoral college was created specifically to prevent an unfit candidate from becoming president.
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  • There are 538 members of the Electoral College, you and just 36 other conscientious republican electors can make a difference
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  • by voting your conscience on December 19,
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  • and thereby shaping the future of our nation.
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  • I'm not asking you to vote for Hillary Clinton.
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  • I'm not asking you to vote for Hillary Clinton. I'm not asking you to vote for Hillary Clinton. As you know, the Constitution gives electors the right to vote for any eligible person, any eligible person, no matter which party they belong to,
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  • but it should certainly be someone you consider especially competent, especially competent
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  • to serve as president of the United States of America.
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  • All right, so the full clip is in the show notes. It goes on for another minute, but you get the idea. There was in a classic, yeah, it was an appeal for the Electoral College, which I learned from you years ago. That exactly what I think Martin Sheen said the Electoral College is a safeguard. So if some nutjob or someone completely incompetent, ie Joe Biden is on deck to become president that the electoral college can go save that it's really not that many people. So this is saveable. For for President Trump
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  • has worked. Yes, it has it has
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  • worked several times in the past it has this.
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  • Hillary Hillary was kicked out of the office because of the Electoral College.
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  • Correct. Even though from everything I've now come to learn there was a similar vote fraud, digital vote fraud in 2016. And what happened this time around, is they amped it up too high. they they they set their algorithms their votes switching algorithms to high it became evident that this wasn't this was going to be not apparent. Evidently ostensibly impressive. assumably going to be noticed both of these votes were switched back and forth. And that's why counting had to stop and ballots had to come in. And what's online is not check stubs, but there is circumstantial evidence of Chinese ballots being printed. They are different. This is an all of the legal filings. There's, for each of these swing states, there's a 76 page lawsuit which has been filed by typically the the electors who are going to vote for the Electoral College. But lynnwood, of course, is one of these and Sidney Powell herself, and it's more or less the same lawsuit that's being filed and the the affidavits and what they present is definitely enough for a hearing. What you're hearing in the mainstream news of Trump lost, this is no good with didn't win this. Everything is being blocked, it's not working, is explained? Well, in a short tempo, fast tempo by Viva fry.
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  • Some of the other ones have been dismissed on questions of standing now prefer that
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  • standing is not a question of evidence. And in the context of motions to dismiss, you don't present evidence, the judge takes
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  • the allegations for granted in the lawsuit,
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  • and then come to a determination as to whether or not there is a cognizable claim in law based on the drafting of the allegations, evidence has not been presented. And when the judge denied his standing and dismissed the lawsuits because the plaintiffs don't have standing, it wasn't anything to do with any evidence of fraud. It was that the plaintiffs in law did not have the requisite legal interest to bring the suit. That is the issue. So when people tell you, they haven't presented any evidence of fraud, despite the opportunity to have done some 35 lawsuits, they never got to the stage of presenting evidence. Right.
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  • Then the affidavits and what they that are in the lawsuit are very detailed. They have defense intelligence agents, signing sworn affidavits of what they have seen of the the inner workings of the systems there is historically so many news stories about specifically smartmatic dominion, this has been around it's even the democrats have complained about it this time that just pushed it too far. Now, I could explain every single one of these points of the ballot stuffing of the of the votes switching of the fake ballots coming in. of all this, all this again, it's 76 pages. I thought it would be easier to give two minutes to diamond and silk and let them run through it for me probably more entertaining
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  • people to understand voter fraud. voter fraud is this year impersonating fraud at the polls, false registrations and duplicate voting fraudulent use of absentee ballots by in both illegal assistance at the poll. Yeah. And eligible voting like illegal aliens voting in is here dead people voting between the vote count, ballot petition fraud, those are some of the fraudulent activities. And if any of those activities took place in this
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  • voter fraud, that's right now there's a difference between voter fraud and election fraud that is explained voter fraud by election fraud is when you talk about the system, the system like the system says being used and how the books are tabulated. Now the bulk was pulled from Donald Trump and given to Biden that's the fraud inside of the system. It's two things that we look like we're fighting here is voter fraud and election fraud. And that brings me to two questions that I have. I want to know what was the legal reason for stopping the voting on election night? Not at everything, all of a sudden came to a screeching halt. Right. You know, there was no natural disasters, there was no war no at the terrorism that was the machine's broken. And then how did everybody decide to stop and several different states? all at the same time? Not only that, and Georgia he was at there was reporting 99% Yeah, should have been called for President Trump presidency was not another thing authorized to remove a Trump zalze Okay, at a particular time, the vote that was allocated to Trump, so you know, when they're counting the vote, those votes are tallied up their additions, they are being added. But according to the timestamp entry, something new york time who got their data information from Addison research, and Pennsylvania, on November the third at 11:08pm, President Trump all of a sudden lost 17,877 votes. It was removed from his account in his count, while at the same time button game 17,009 Hundred and 30 volts. So what I want to know is if these Vols were deeply lit or removed from President Trump's tally amount at 11:08pm, on November the third, who authorized it?
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  • Wow. So this alternative media blitz, which includes many other characters is causing concern. It is causing questions, there is confusion. And I think the electoral college is, can be influenced. And all that needs to happen is for one or two states to say, No, we can't certify, because there's these problems. And here's this laundry list. And it turns out to be the same in all these other states. I only have four Sidney Powell clips. They're short, we'll just catch up with her. This was the beginning of the week may ask you about the state of Georgia. Obviously, yesterday, you know, the governor there.
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  • He certified the election for Joe Biden. It's about 12,000 votes and what you see will Georgia switch?
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  • Yeah, that's a total farce. Georgia is probably going to be the first state I'm going to blow up and Mr. camp and the Secretary of State need to go with it because they're in on the dependence scam what their last minute purchase or award of a contract at Dominion of 100 million dollars. The state Bureau of Investigation for Georgia ought to be looking into financial benefits received by Mr. camp and and the Secretary of State Stanley about that time.
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  • And your lawsuit in Georgia is indeed specifically against the the governor and Secretary of State and these allegations are in there. This This has to be addressed one way or the other.
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  • One of his new characters was introduced last shift
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  • that's that's Jimmy Kimmel, he came back again, crap, I just lose that. He's kind of he Jimmy Kimmel kind of has your attitudes towards Powell. So I don't want to compare you with him. But he's very much on the same tip.
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  • One of his new characters was introduced last week and then killed off suddenly this weekend. Her name is Sidney Powell. She's lawyer she was pushing a conspiracy theory that said the governor of Georgia,
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  • who is both Republican and a big Trump's border was bribed
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  • by the voting machine company to throw the election to Joe Biden.
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  • I guess that was too much even for Donald Trump, because
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  • a week after he welcomes Sidney Powell to what he described as a truly great legal team.
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  • The campaign put out a statement saying Sidney
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  • Powell is practicing law on her own. She is not a member of the Trump legal team. She's also not a lawyer for the president in his personal capacity.
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  • So she's making these allegations. I don't see any counter suits, and she's really going after the governor in the Secretary of State in Georgia.
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  • Well, you have promised a krakken will be unleashed. We are we were expecting perhaps your suit would be filed to yesterday or today. When shall we expect that your lawsuit? Well, I think another later than tomorrow, it's just going to be it's a massive document. And it's going to have a lot of existence. And, and who will be the defendant or defendants. The defendants are going to be sucks in Georgia are responsible for supposedly making sure the elections in Georgia are done properly. And there are just countless incidents of voter fraud and election fraud writ large in Georgia.
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  • Right. So she said that on Wednesday, and it came out on Friday. And the final one is she doubles down once again on on
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  • your implication, I'm sorry, you just had an implication he said I don't see any counter suits. There's no chance or there's no time for a countersuit yet.
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  • Okay. We'll wait for it. But when you say these things in public, there is a you are there's a libel thing. You can't just run around saying these people are corrupt and and and and have been bribed. I would think I will
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  • take the bomb that 10 minutes later, it takes a sometimes a month to put a libel suit together.
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  • Okay, but at least I would protest a little bit.
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  • Some people say that the President's team distance themselves from you, because in part of the accusations you made, you said you had evidence suggesting that the governor of florida the Georgia republican governor was involved in a conspiracy. I'm wondering if upon reflection, that's something you stand by and something you'll continue to pursue?
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  • Well, what I've said and I thought I said and intended to say is there should be an investigation, a thorough criminal investigation, frankly, of everyone involved in acquiring the Dominion system for GM for the state of Georgia and frankly, for every other state, given how appalling the system is. And the fact that it was designed to manipulate the boats and destroy the real votes of American citizens who were casting legal those that applies to Georgia as well. I have serious concerns that certain people in fact, one lawyer told me that one of his clients knew of money or benefits being paid to family members of those who signed the contract for Georgia. And I believe it was a no bid contract that Georgia awarded for the Dominion systems 100 million dollar, no bid contract. And I think they're multiple people in the Secretary of State's office in Georgia and others who should be investigated in Georgia for what benefits they might have received from giving Dominion the $100 million, no bid contract. Now,
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  • I suspect that she has the goods on at least someone or a family member, and we know this does happen Hello, Biden's. And she'll come out with that in the next two weeks. And that may trip everything down the line might not. On Thanksgiving, President Trump did a press conference, which was a very odd one. It was an odd room. It was a small, small table, not very presidential. And he was answering questions and the only clip that really made any noise was when some reporters said something which I've listened to his clip 10 times. I've seen the right wing media distressful distress. I haven't found any transcript or anyone and tells me what this disgraceful question was. But this is the only thing you saw from that press conference. So
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  • no, I can't say that at all. You I think it's a it's a possibility. They tried to look between you people don't answer Don't talk to me that way. You just you're just a lightweight Don't talk to me that don't talk to I'm the President of the United States. Don't ever talk to the president that way. By now. I'm gonna go with another question. Go ahead.
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  • Do you have any idea what was said there? What pissed him off so much? Did you catch any any?
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  • No,
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  • zip? Because that's and that's the thing. You go and everyone's disgraceful. He's horrible. Even Cuomo. Yeah, the President's right. The press is disgraceful. But we don't know what the disgraceful question was. That's okay. Because that was the distraction. What? And this is, this is when this all works out, as I hope it does. It's going to solve my biggest pet peeve, which I'm so excited about. This is really nice. I'm sorry.
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  • But using the word pod, no. Oh,
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  • it's a similar word that I hate.
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  • massive fraud has been found. We're like a third world country. We're using computer equipment that can be hacked. They talk about glitches, how many glitches a glitch Oh, gee, we had a glitch. 5000 votes, in all cases, right, in all cases, went from Trump to by bidding up from buying the glitches whenever from Biden to Trump. So they had many glitches, and they said, Oh, we have glitches, like the equipment is a little broken, we'll fix it up. No. glitches in this case,
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  • we caught them cheating.
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  • We caught them stealing. We caught a fraudulent effort to get votes. And they said, Oh, yes, it's true. And there was but there were many of them. But But here's the problem. There were probably 10 2030 times that didn't get God. We just got lucky in court, numerous of them. But what that is, is very simple. If you look at the glitch, the glitch means right. It means Oh, we got caught. We got caught with the votes. And now let's just call it a glitch. It wasn't the machinery. And by the way that machinery, if you look, just take a look anywhere on the internet, you will see many many people where they're experimenting with this stupid machinery. Where have you said it a certain way the votes go from Trump to Biden.
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  • So this is the defense of Dominion voting systems and smartmatic software and whatever companies are involved in that. It was just a glitch. And indeed, the one glitch that they caught was a vote switch. And if you go back you'll see that these glitches, which is perfect because we've been set up as morons of technology for years that a glitch Oh, it's just a glitch. Amazon went down. It's just a glitch. We've been taught and trained to just think beyond that. Oh, it's
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  • a glitch softened up.
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  • Yeah, we softened up there's no there's no fraud. There's no corruption. It's a glitch Shut up, man. He was on Maria Bartiromo this morning, and I recorded it I was going to clip it but he basically went on for 10 minutes about glitches. So this is the word glitch. We're going to understand what a glitch really is. Hopefully by the end of all, this And there were all kinds of other anomalies
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  • or not, or not, maybe not.
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  • But at least I'm I'm showing some things that could really happen because it's actually being talked about domian workers were everywhere in in these voting places, and they were left alone, and they could do whatever they wanted. These were not, as far as I know, not official or election officials. And there's also some unfortunate news of 48 USB drives gone missing, and they actually had votes on them. Images of votes, which now may or may not be able to be counted. But here's the Maricopa, Arizona, Maricopa director of Election Day, and emergency voting, talking about these Dominion workers and they really were necessary to have there. These are things we probably should have known before election day
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  • where their Dominion personnel
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  • who were at the elections department able to move about freely. Can you speak to that because that's another thing that I've heard about. So Mr. Chairman, supervisor gates, so Mr. Brown's wale and I both oversee the central count tabulation system. And yes, their work Dominion employees working in our tabulation center, and I equate dominion, they are subject matter experts. I value that partnership, this contractual relationship, the decisions the work that they make, that's done under the oversight of both Mr. Brown's Willa and myself and our tabulation team. But it's like any private public partnership, we rely on the best in class, the subject matter experts to do the work. You could look back through the history of America. And these private public partnerships are what make great options for people to use our telephone systems, the internet, here in Phoenix, we look at Phoenix Sky Harbor, right the city of Phoenix Open our owns the airport. But we don't have city of Phoenix employees, flying planes, right? We have these private companies that bring in their planes, they hire the pilots, they hire the experts to fly we as passengers trust that these experts are going to get us to our destination safely. And that is the case with dominion. These individuals know the software better than us. We they train our employees through the through the contractual relationship. We rely on their expertise to ensure that we have a we can provide a accurate, reliable election for Maricopa County voters. Yeah,
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  • so you'll hear him continuously refer to them, they are the subject matters of this they are the subject matters. It's going to be pinned on those guys on the Why do they need to know the software? Why did they what shouldn't just be working? Isn't this hard coded? Should we have any questions? No. These things have been been abused and used all over the world. And now that just turned it on our own country which which is No. Yeah, CIA vs. Di and the moves have been taking place since December of 2018. When an executive order was issued, that any tampering any anything with electronic voting machines would immediately be taken up by the Defense Intelligence Agency and people who were involved in that would be seen as terrorists. And the moves are everywhere, including the move, as we discussed of this special operations from the CIA to that Ezra Cohen, what's his face, who is now reports directly to the Secretary of Defense, and there's other moves being made in the Pentagon. This kind of went unnoticed but not to not to me
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  • another Pentagon official leaving his post top intelligence official Joseph Kernan, resigning tonight for senior officials at the Pentagon now had been fired or resigned and just over the past 24 hours, including the defense secretary person at the top of the entire chain Mark Esper. Also breaking tonight CIA director Gina haspel. Meeting with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, as her fate hangs in the balance. Barbara Starr is out front from the Pentagon. Barbara, what
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  • are your sources telling you about the shake up? I
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  • mean, for senior people gone in just a day? Well, good evening to Aaron. all indications are these four officials basically, the victims, if you will, the recipients of the White House deciding to clean house for political reasons. There seems to be no other explanation at the MoMA. In fact, the policy chief now being replaced by a Trump loyalist who has advocated conspiracy theories in the past so there you go. So
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  • there is a A lot of dismay, and outright anxiety up and down the Pentagon hallways right now, one official saying they believe the beheadings. That's the word they're using the political beheadings, obviously, are done for now another official telling me that it's scary that it's unsettling that these are dictator type moves. That's the kind of language we're hearing from people tonight, here in the Pentagon. And one of the reasons is because there's just not a clear understanding of what the President intends to do next. Why is he really replacing all these people? And does he have some sort of agenda to use the military to use the Pentagon that nobody understands? That has not been made public yet? anxiety that I just haven't seen this type of thing here in the past?
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  • Yeah. So things are being shaken up over there at the Pentagon, and he's thrown out, Madeleine Albright from the defense advisory board, if these are all these cushy jobs, this is probably the draining of the swamp. And when you do that, then people are left standing and one of them is retired Air Force general general McInerney, who we know confirmed that the DCI a Defense Intelligence Agency and or with Special Operations did raid the server farm in Frankfort that was being protected by the CIA. And he confirmed it again. Two days ago, you
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  • see a server bar in Frankfurt, Germany, because they were sending this data from those five states or six states, through the internet, to Spain, and then into Frankfurt, Germany, special operation forces sees those that facility so they have those servers. Well, I've heard it, it didn't go down without into. I haven't been able to verify it. I want to be careful on that. It's just coming out. But I understand my initial report is that there were US soldiers killed in that operation.
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  • So the reports I've seen is five of the special operations were killed. One of the CIA defenders was killed.
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  • I've heard that too. But that's don't use Thomas McInerney has any sort of a clip ever. Why no sky is always a very distinguished guy has a great background until he finally retired it round when he retired a couple years ago. No, it's more than that. He's been in the private sector since 2099 90. Something he was on Fox 144 times staunch advocate for the Iraq War in 2002. He said the military campaign of Iraq would be shorter than the 42 days it took to complete the Persian Gulf. Big time Hawk is on the board of directors of a bunch of contractors LLC services Kilgore flares, Nortel government solutions fan of Mary's a big time border director military guy. Uh, in 2008, it was revealed at McEnroe he received he received email communications from the Pentagon with talking points that he should use to defend the Bush administration in his TV appearances. He only ever appeared on Fox. It goes on and on. This guy is very sketchy, very sketchy. And anything he comes up with is bullcrap. It is. He was he retired in 1994, which is not a couple of years ago. Okay. Now you're right. Just this guy's no good. No, you're
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  • right. I would take the mike mike the health Ranger over him any day. But he's not the only guy who called it I
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  • wasn't all you think I've played? Oh, hell no, john. Plus, no,
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  • no, I'm just making a joke. You're really all testy about this.
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  • I am very testy about because I'm fed up with all this bullcrap. Because it's just making things worse. And here none of this is going to happen. Everything you played from Sidney Powell was innuendo innuendo is all I'm getting on this side of the of the argument there's no proof of anything is I think he did this I think he did that or just looks like this it looks like that. And then you say that mainstream media is the mainstream media is actually not covering any of this no basically Bay discussing I agree with you on that.
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  • I have read the the lawsuits and there is definitely proof so I mean, just because you haven't read them doesn't mean that it doesn't exist and it's in random but
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  • when they get thrown out because the person doesn't have standing minor those weren't
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  • those lawsuits john those were completely different lawsuits said nothing
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  • is in these lawsuits be shipped besides mathematical statistical data.
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  • Look, the whole point of playing diamond and silk is so that we don't go through 76 pages. And there's testimony from intelligence agents and from other people who have a lot riding on it for these sworn affidavits. So there is there is definitely enough evidence to have at least some form of a trial and I think will happen. If not, if there's no trial, there's a distinct possibility. Electoral College will not use the certified vote Tally. So I know you're I understand you're tired of it, and you're sick and tired of it. But what else are we going to do here? I mean, I have nothing else to go on. That's the news right now. We've already debunked all the bullcrap. COVID crap. This is what's taking place. Okay. He's a kook. He's a nutjob. So as my uncle Don, who's a kook and a nutjob, but there's still some stuff in these people that is worth listening to, regardless of how old they are when they retired.
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  • Well, even when you play the McInerney clip pieces, well, I can't verify this. I can't again, I know a lot of second and third hand information.
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  • I know,
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  • but so nothing on these servers.
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  • You're just saying that and you don't know that at all? You have no idea.
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  • You're just saying exactly the same as he did. Right. But
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  • at least I brought a clip
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  • of someone saying it. Here's Flynn. First time since his pardon.
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  • We have clear clear paths to victory for this president. And frankly, he's going to win Pennsylvania. He's going to win Arizona. He's going to win. Georgia. He's going to win Nevada. He's going to win. Michigan and the other the other one that he's probably going to pull in is Wisconsin to because there there's a there's a discrepancy in Wisconsin of 130,000 Agilent ballots that they just found. They just discovered
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  • that please tell me General Flynn is a nutjob please, I need to hear it from you. He's a crazy nutjob has no standing no credibility. defended by the crazy.
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  • I don't think he's a nutjob
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  • defended by the crazy Enron lady. That's what you're saying.
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  • I mean, if you're gonna go it's just nothing like you know, just kind of over exaggerate my position. position is this is a lot of innuendo. I've seen a lot of talking no action. I see no victories. And then there's this last ditch thing that all the electoral college is going to change to just the way Hollywood hoped is not none of this is going to happen.
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  • Okay, you're saying that without evidence on baseless claims?
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  • No. It's because I think because I don't see any evidence that's gonna stop it. It's already been determined Biden one.
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  • Okay. You're gonna eat those words? Because I think I think you're wrong.
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  • I have you obviously think I'm wrong? Yes.
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  • And you think I'm wrong? He said, I don't go off about you're wrong about how you your board and then see the powers and nutjob you don't want to hear it anymore. And never
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  • you could go on and on and you repeat yourself with these assertions. It's beside the point. I think you're wrong using and I'm wrong. I think Biden's gonna win this and be sworn in on January 20. You think? No, no, it's not gonna happen. It's gonna get somehow reversed in through all these various paths of victory? Yes. I just don't know, seeing first of
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  • all the evidence of it. There's nothing to be reversed. Because until December 14, there is no president elect. So that's just a media a media thing, which typically is good, but in this case
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  • is not I didn't use the term President Elect.
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  • Here is what I think the strategy is. It will be blamed the ballot stuffing and the voting machine fraud. And it will tie into Coronavirus in one grand presentation where everyone gets to hate China. I think that is that will be the if it's gonna work, I don't know. But that would be the way it's gonna play out. And I think Flynn is is planning this in his part, whatever his part is. And let's also recognize his part and the timing of that is not coincidental.
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  • What we have seen is over and I know this, I mean, over the last probably two decades, and probably longer I can, you know, give you a little bit of a history lesson in that, but I won't. But over the last couple of decades, what we have seen is a complete shift in how fast I believe that Communist China in their long term plan decided that to sort of move up their plans to become the the global superpower, sole global, global superpower on the planet. And, you know, their their sort of plan was by about the middle of this of this century that we're in right now. And I believe when during the last 2016 election when they didn't get the candidate that they needed and the And the kind of ideology that they they saw America moving towards, they were not going to allow 2020 to happen. And so now what we have is, is this theft with mail in ballots that theft with this is software, smartmatic software and dominion Dominion systems. I mean, these are systems that are not owned by the by this country. They're not owned by this country. They're owned by other. They were introduced into this country, how can we have? How can we say, as the United States of America, how can we say that we accept a system that is not made in this country? And not even and the and in many cases, the ballots aren't even tally in this country? How can we say that here in this country that we accept that now
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  • from may not succeed? I do feel that this is important for the United States and other countries who use these systems to let's kind of recognize that this is not working anymore. So this would be a good thing to have this looked into what I what I'm a little befuddled by is your anger about this topic, which it was very apparent on Thursday. I don't understand why you're so angry about it.
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  • I'm not angry. I'm just I'm just annoyed. That this that this is continuing in this kind of futile effort. And by the way, it should be noted that the Dominion sisters, which is Toronto based at the moment, even Canada is used these things. Yeah, they are used for good Canada does hand counts. I mean, that's what they make a big stink about. We don't use these these tallying devices. The fact that we do and the fact that we've bought into all this and the fact that the republicans have been snookered I think this election was is obviously been twisted. Although there's all there's been set up to be twisted. In 2016, where we're told it was emphasized at all, George is going to turn blue, Georgia is going to turn blue. And then in the midterms, Georgia was kind of blue, they voted in a bunch of Democrats and Stacey Abrams, almost one that's the election where she was going to become governor. And then finally they turned blue. And this is not a big surprise. I've run into a lot of people who are major Republicans, including that the guy was the governor of Maryland, who he discussed on the show recently, they turned against Trump, this friend of mine who maybe won't even speak to anymore, a strong republican strategist, and he was in a consultancy that he owned that was all just a republican oriented thing. He said months ago that he was voting for Biden, maybe we won't talk to him anymore. There's a lot of this that's going on Biden could have actually won this election, Trump dropped the ball he he screwed up, and nobody wants to admit it. They want him back.
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  • Okay, so the story to cut to counter that what you just said. And I'm not saying I believe any of this, I'm just following what I read. And I put put it together and I present it is that this? They saw it in 2016. Trump, as we know, did not really expect to win, he won, he saw that he had struck a nerve. But also everybody kind of understands that there's there's voter fraud has been going on for maybe 50 years, or maybe forever in the United States. But now they started to ramp it up. They failed. I'm just telling you the story. They failed in 2016. That's why in 2018 Trump, according to the theory, set this up, set everything up with this huge executive order, which gives hugely way to the military intelligence to track this vote to track this election. And it may have been done shortly. But the idea is they tracked the balance coming from China, and they're in their story after story and it's in the lawsuits of ballots with the wrong watermarks. I don't think there q Fs blockchain off world Interstellar satellite tracked watermarks, but there's definitely watermarks that are wrong. They set everybody up with the to monitor the actual electronic voting. Hence, they're going to try this Gambit, which would I think if you look at the real numbers, and this this is what I mean by the simulation, it is entirely possible that in the United States and maybe the world but in the United States, 70 million people voted for Trump 45 or 50 million voted for Biden. And that we've just been trapped in this social media minority of people who yell on Twitter and on television, believing that we're all crazy. We're actually I think American Maybe more magga country than anybody realizes that is actually true. And we'll see. But we still have to stick on this story for at least the next two weeks until the 14th. And maybe all the way until the Inauguration Day.
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  • Well, I don't mind it.
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  • As long as it's not Sidney Powell.
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  • I don't see my position changing
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  • your position is fine. That's okay. I just don't understand when you when you when you garden, you seem not even interested in hearing it. I know you're tired of it.
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  • I'm more interested in hearing it than you can imagine. Okay, except that I, but then I look back and I started listening to when I start listening to the, to the, to the mics, and all these other kind of screwballs. And then I keep hearing Oh, COO, coo coo takot de ta COO, coo coo. And they're calling it a coup. And it's really based on an election. They don't even know the definition of coup d'etat refers to a military takeover of a government by force and violence. There's no force and violence involved in this election. I
  • 1:56:09
  • know but but you're listening to Mike, the health Ranger.
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  • I mean, I'm listening to a lot of different things. I listen to both sides. I listen, I'm sick of Sydney. That's that's clear.
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  • You're very sick of Sydney. And I and I think you're
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  • not putting her on anything. It's like, well, I don't know. She's being you know, also I think about I'm sick of a lot of these right wingers that are just, you know, they're going on with the same thing that it starts with Joe digenova. I mean, for the years we've been hearing about this guy, he's all been on about his 10,000 sealed indictments any minute now. And it's all part of the same queue nonsense. It's just, it's just embarrassing
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  • to whom.
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  • It's embarrassing to anybody who has any common sense this these things are conspiracy. This beyond conspiracy, it is insanity.
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  • Well, call me insane. I'm not talking about you.
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  • You're the one that debunked q when it first came out. What made you change your mind?
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  • I didn't change my mind. I
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  • haven't seen anyone that thought Joe digenova is full of crap. I
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  • did. I did. I mentioned him that I mentioned him in the past week,
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  • saying this is the same guys in the same cult, all in the same group that are all saying the stuff that now you're expressing?
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  • No, that's not true. I have not expressed any of what those guys may be listening to what I'm saying I don't listen to them. I don't I don't watch Mike the health Ranger I never have. I've never brought a clip of Mike the health Ranger. I'm not interested in Mike, the health Ranger. And that to me is way over the top nutjob Is it possible? Yeah, we've played clips where people are talking about international peacekeepers in Chicago and we laugh about it. The thousands of sealed indictments, it's become a punch line. But that doesn't mean that that no one is that everyone is wrong. And they need to be summarily dismissed. This for sure will be the last time we have to think about Sidney Powell or Victoria, toon Singh, or Joe digenova. Or Rudy Giuliani after January 20, we probably won't have to think about it ever again. Because either we won't have to think about it or we'll have to be thanking them. One of the two was going to happen they will be back well then that will just be pathetic, because we'll be too busy building back better with Joe and I'm very excited about his low rent politician administration that he's putting together and we'll talk about that after I thank you for your courage and say in the morning to you the man who put the sea in.
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  • crummy scon see.
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  • Well, in the morning, you and Marcia see Blitz and Rafi near subs de la David nice out there.
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  • And in the morning to the trolls. Oh yeah, you're there. 2147 I knew you guys would show up. Thank you very much. Good to see you at no agenda stream.com that is where we can find all the trolls hanging out in a troll room is a chat room, but it's occupied by trolls. And they're crummy trolls at that but we do love them and they sit there and listen 24 hours a day to live shows we do the show live on Thursdays and Sundays we got podcast the roll in the meantime, we got live music shows from damage just from live music shows yeah it's the it's a double Oh the double zero show from that. Who does that again? My memory is shot
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  • they'll tell well let's thank a few people
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  • well I guess the way you're going too fast because I need to say that we also have that no agenda social.com Rhino the bearded he does that that's right Rhino the bearded though agenda, so dot com is where you can come and yell at each other and do your own little no agenda show in text. The algos won't amplify the bullcrap, you'll just stay nicely in tune with where you are. And it's free for all servers from the no agenda show and the producers who keep it running. Hello, Aaron are I see you? That's no agenda social calm. And now. Let's thank our executive and associate executive producers for Episode 1299. One shot I want to
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  • thank the artist and you think the artists
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  • you you threw me off a viewer already going straight through it? Let's thank the artist for Episode 1298. Do you know who it is? Ah, thank you. Bullshit. Are you as all Yes, we want to thank mountain Shay for the lovely Thanksgiving cover. We actually spent 30 minutes looking for something I think we
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  • went in was ridiculous. It was an ni fi. Oh, okay. Well, that brings us to a pet peeve. Okay. So there was a piece of I do a site search on Google using site colon no agenda art, generator calm. And the word thanks Thanksgiving. All right. All right. And that's how I got the art for the newsletter. So we do it and there's one piece I wanted to use and I don't know who it was by cuz it comes up funny sometimes they tell you the artists the search is kind of lame but does work. And Adam would get the same basic page missing this one piece of work
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  • It was so fun because you're like no no, you say Thanksgiving with a capital T No, try a lower t I'm like, it's no surprise to me that Google is giving me different results is giving you but it was only this one image it was only that
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  • one image it was that one image that wouldn't keep it would just not show up in Adams feed. And we tried turkey same thing. And I'm thinking what good is this? Why is Google doing this? How does this work for collaborative teams who are maybe on on a conference and they want to all look at the same thing they want to do oh let's go look at this. So let's do put this in your search box and boom, now you don't get the same things. Just this is useless and that's why teams use Microsoft Teams and they get to Bing it which is much more reliable. Actually. I you know we should have we should have
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  • we should have been done but we couldn't find anything appropriate for the show. And and we really looked for 2030 minutes and then we said you know why don't we just go with a good old fashioned thank you for your courage couple of turkeys some people cheers and wine and and be good with it and that's what we went with and that was what mountain Jay did it was it was a perfect kind of beautiful we try to do something normal on the on the big holidays I guess art wise we don't try to go off the off the reservation
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  • there was a nice square that was done by Riley but it was not very Thanksgiving he given me a singing.
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  • Yeah, yeah, but anyway, we appreciate it mountain Jay Thank you very much. If you are using one of the approves the podcasting 2.0 apps which you can find a new podcast app comm you will see the artwork we're talking about right now on your screen. It's flying by it's a lot of fun. It's magic.
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  • So let's thank a few people starting with Baronet Patrick, have the pug near order. In carnation Washington for $1,000 was nice. I was looking forward to achieving my full fledge parenthood status status with this donation. But whiny night overboard note on Thursday show forced me to change it to a donation to the memorial. Remember, Scott?
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  • Don't you remember he was some guy who wrote a note early on he was just he was pissed off and hates us and he's I'm overboard. I'm out of here and people started donating
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  • more vaguely. I should look put another brick in the wall with his name on it who sends a note like that on Thanksgiving? Is this kind of bullshit behavior common amongst the Danes?
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  • the Danes are the happiest people in the world. And we know we know this and because they're also overmedicated. I don't want to blame it on them. The height very
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  • highly taxed.
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  • Yeah, yeah. Now that could make you mad.
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  • Yeah. To all the new listeners tempted to send additional notes complaining about part partisanship. You inspire us to donate to the Scott m Memorial Fund in your name. This is
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  • on your uncharitable comments will earn the boys more reward. Go and subscribe in peace. Happy Thanksgiving john and Adam we love you no jingles no karma no exit plan PS was the Thanksgiving Episode The promise. Quote john will eat edibles before a show episode. This is where your kids were always complaining about as grouchy seemed elevated. I would like to Patrick of the of the pug owner order barrack a Veyron patent No, Baroness for aeronet. Patrick, thank you so much. aeronet. But it'd be a barren in no time.
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  • I do want to point something out. We had the big Horowitz, curry zoom call on Thanksgiving. JOHN, I would like your boots on the ground report as to how this call went?
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  • Well, first of all, there was the call consisted of Adam standing there with a gene that tool you have, with his full beard and everybody unknowing still later over at the at the household or Eric and Mimi and everybody how the kids were saying what happened to Tina, she's let herself go.
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  • And so then the rest of it was Adam leaning over, like over this thing is No, you didn't see anything but him.
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  • Okay, hold on a second. Hold on a second. First of all, this was a Horowitz organized deal. And and you guys were already on, I show up in one minute past eight. And the first thing out of your mouth is, oh, I lost five bucks. I said you wouldn't show and that's the first thing that happened.
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  • Well, then you weren't paying much attention because the five bucks referred to the fact that Mimi was on time. Not you at all. Oh, I
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  • thought you said that. I asked you what was the bet? I must admit, I said
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  • that Mimi would show up, you'll be there and right away and she was she was there and I lost five bucks. That was the five buck bed then nothing to do with you. But Whose idea was it
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  • to put the laptop in the corner of the dining room and have everybody across the room eating? You couldn't there was no Skype call like that was like voyeurism.
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  • Hey, anyway, yeah, horror wishes idea. And he? Well, we all were on for a few minutes. It was boring. And I bailed first and got everyone to
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  • No, no, no, do something else. Here's what you said. After five minutes, you're like, Well, I think that's it. And everyone's like, yeah, we think you agree. We did. We did not put the link on no agenda social to my dismay. I thought that would have that would have made it lively. But anyway, Happy Thanksgiving. Happy Thanksgiving. It was it was good to see y'all.
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  • It was cute. Sep Tina let herself go. So she didn't show up for a moment. Anyway, onward with the thank yous on this regard. Joe shinnimin You know, this is actually a china man was it s
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  • Thank you for your cargo. schnepf Marco schnapps. Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland 333 33 Hello friends, my restaurant Yeah. Yeah, hello friends. My restaurant is located in the corona hotspot of Zurich where we are going to die. But before we do that, I'd like to send you some cash. I didn't want to send blankets or water so I just send cash. Can I get some surgery karma for my five month old toddler and my lovely sister? Loving light? Oh ex ex ex ex only read this if it is useful for the show and the interesting article why Switzerland is doomed. is in foreign policy. He's got a link go check that out. The restaurants are empty. That is wrong to the hospitals are full, only true in Geneva. Three. They say that even though Swiss hospitals are already postponing necessary operations, such as the remover of removal of tumors, for cancer patients, to liberate beds for incoming COVID-19 patients, that's wrong. I know that that is my toddler and my sister's operation are not necessarily they're having him. Okay. A nice little information though. Thank you.
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  • has a restaurant I looked it up. He's one of these like, avant garde up, guy. He's an avant garde. What
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  • do you mean? What does it look like? Is it the squares? It's triangle food, is it? Well, yeah, avant garde? Well, let me guess foam. Lots of foam.
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  • No foam is passe. I don't know whether you realize that.
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  • No, I haven't been to a restaurant that serves foam for a while.
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  • No, it's been passe for five years. Most of the last night I still think foam is dynamite. Especially if people know how to do it right. But not considered avant garde
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  • foam foam and gold flakes. That's my kind of read.
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  • Anyways, just a little trick. Experiment.
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  • And I can reveal who it was. General Flynn delivered by Silicon Valley is next on the list. That's another thing whatever happened to digital, the bitching about Trump? Right? You should have been invited to the last inaugural and he used to be connected to General Flynn used to be as he had his aide de camp or someone of his assist. Okay, hold
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  • That is our group of associate executive producers and executive producers. For sure. 1299. I should point out that next Thursday Yeah, it'll be yes. Show 1300 it's ludicrous, ludicrous. ludicrous. But we did Yes. ludicrous that any two guys without ever having a fight. He goes 1300 episodes of a podcast of all things. having their careers, your careers, in a shambles. So we discovered actually one of them went so far to invent podcasting
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  • he Did the definition of marketing is epitomized by this show? Because podcasting was invented by one of the two hosts to use as the vehicle. It's unbelievable. This is the nothing like this has ever happened before. Until except for the guy who invented television, but he never appeared on television. Oh,
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  • I know I know. Well, we're we're quite we're quite a team john. Somehow but yeah, somehow it works Jeff. Jeff Smith is prepared for Biden's When
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  • Really? I mean, I think it's very professional. It's it's no okay, it's up there for me.
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  • So what would so he's he's in on something oh bite and he's in a bind Yeah,
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  • yeah cuz he knows that by he knows that Biden's gonna prevail and then we'll be building back better which is gonna be so the thing I love about it is all these podcasts by the elites. That's it's real that's really quite fun. I'm enjoying it I'm enjoying their I'm enjoying their podcasts and their evil plans that they think is all normal and yeah, it's fantastic. I don't
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  • have to start listening for I am dairy diluted, by the way.
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  • Oh yeah. But that's the beauty of it. And all the and all the elites show up on these things. Here's a note which is important for us to read from sir Scott McKenzie, who 10 years ago 10 years ago, in December, released the first edition of his get mo nation novels. And the first one was one day and get mo nation which I think we even read excerpts of on the show and he is pleased to report the publication of the latest no agenda novel, which is now available on Kindle and in paperback. It's called cockroach milk. And it is here's the here's the blurb. There's a blurb on this book. You know, the way it should be. There should be a I love this book Adam Curry, but he didn't ask me. cockroach milk is the new superfood rich in proteins and nutrients. But it's impossible to produce on an industrial scale. For all but one secretive Corporation. When a factory worker goes missing the FDA send in their new inspector Polly Benton to investigate. Polly has secrets of her own, but nothing compared to what's waiting for her at the cockroach milk factory.
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  • Wow. Okay, I mean, that's that story. It's on
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  • Amazon as a, as I said, as a paperback as well as on Kindle. And I'll put those links in the show notes actually,
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  • on the noting thing. Yeah, no
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  • agenda, no agenda. books.com. Yeah, that will get put on. And we're and we're always pleased as punch about about this book. Scott McKenzie, who does not do this professionally. It's his hobby, is a good writer. These books are entertaining. It is possible to just read and go oh, shit, this is funny. And it's, it's creepy. And it's all at the same time. So good.
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  • So let's talking about the cockroach factory. I have a couple of international clips. I'd like to get out of the way.
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  • Are you making a some pejorative thing about Chinese? What you said, speaking of cockroaches, you have international news. I'm like what?
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  • she this woman to the inspector and that goes to the cockroach factory. She almost gets assassinated. Just like what all what would you wish? What happened in Iran? And we should probably
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  • Oh, yeah. I'm not entirely convinced we are about to see conflict breakouts in the region. You just heard from an Israeli cabinet official, according to Reuters, saying, quote, but they have no clue who was behind this standard procedure. Frankly, for Israel, even if it was involved this point, there is no evidence pointing to that bother circumstantial facts that they've been behind similar attacks in the past. No evidence pointing to their involvement here and standard procedure for them would be to deny involvement. But essentially, they are the people with the capacity to do this and the track record of doing it in the past. What is wrong slightly move next. While the rhetoric has been exactly what you would expect, frankly, they have. We've heard from the supreme leader that he thinks people have two things on their To Do List firstly to swiftly retaliate against the killers. And secondly, also to continue the work of this prominent nuclear scientist, most n factors are they kind of the public face of Iran's nuclear program very reclusive as he was still when they had one, it's important to point out that they say they're no longer pursuing a nuclear weapon, or they have been saying they're enriching various parts of uranium at a rate which is outside of the terms of the nuclear deal. They were a party of Now remember, the Trump administration got out of that deal put on heavy sanctions against Iran, the policy of maximum pressure, the administration of Joe Biden, the President Elect are saying they want to pursue diplomacy at this point. So what does this assassination at this point do what it makes hawks in Iran say potentially, Well,
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  • listen, there's no point talking to anybody here. So
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  • our most prominent people being killed on the outskirts of Tehran, our adversaries don't want peace. But at the same time to you might argue that it makes any potential diplomacy with Joe Biden a stark relief.
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  • Yeah, this was very interesting and the thing that made me most interested in JOHN Brennan's anger about this move. What? What did you pick up on this?
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  • Well, first of all, come back at me, I guess you forgot to preface it that the Iranians top nuclear physicist, the guy who is the face of the program was assassinated.
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  • But what we've seen is a car with bullet holes. We haven't seen a bullet hole riddle. He could
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  • have been extracted he could kill by a lover. You know, it could have been some very angry, he's a million possibilities. There's no proof of anything. And if it was done right, there never will be. You know, there's there's some thoughts about that this was to pre scuttle any attempt by the Biden administration, which means there is some evidence that they think that he could possibly get in a pre scuttle any future negotiations with Iran, and this should have been orchestrated by the Israelis. Because they didn't like that new nuke deal, the original one and they don't want to go and back into play. Right, which
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  • is what what a former CIA Director Brennan is saying, He's saying, Oh, yeah, this was the Israelis. That's he's pointing directly to the Israelis.
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  • Which I doubt they did it without us knowing about it in advance or you approve on your note or
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  • no doubt. But what do you think point is, what do you think they'll be isn't? Well, Brennan Brennan says you have Brennan versus Brennan. This was a criminal act and highly reckless it risks lethal retaliation, and a new round of regional conflict. Iranian leaders would be wise to wait for the return of responsible American leadership on the global stage this
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  • guy never gives up No.
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  • My thinking was okay, well just cuz it's coming from where I'm coming from. We already have enough reason to hate China. You know, if Iran is saying, oh, we're gonna gonna blow you up America. That would be another reason to implicate them in the vote scandal you see. That could be one yeah, though.
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  • I agree with that's a possibility quite
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  • reckless to kill that have killed him.
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  • But now that China being the assassins here,
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  • there you go. Hmm. Interesting.
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  • Cuz those guys got nuke cape capable, they're really targeting take a target China, China and harvest those areas. Yeah, especially those areas where the Uyghurs are and they to free the Uyghurs by dropping a bomb on him?
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  • Not first, I thought maybe, maybe it was also a move to get to make it more difficult for Trump to do any more Middle East peace deals, which has been quite successful for him. At least with me in this, you're seeing it? It's very interesting how people are finding peace in business. Hey, we can do business together? Well, I won't kill you just yet. And that's with the United Arab Emirates and Israel. And that's all working out and Jordans. You know, of course, Jordans there. But they're more more than want to join on board. And maybe it was just to throw a monkey wrench into that? I don't know. And why would I mean, why would Israel do it now? I mean, they can do this anytime they want. And why and this public, it was meant to be a new story because they shot him in his car.
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  • So I know the timing is everything with these things. And it's not as though they couldn't have liked it.
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  • I liked the China angle. Maybe it's China. Okay, here's one. China sees the news for the voting fraud, and they want to make it look like it's Iran. Matter What just blame those guys.
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  • Who knows?
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  • Well, the Iranians are the number one hackers in the world. These people we brought this up on the show before what
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  • happens to the North Koreans. I thought they were the number one hackers. Well, how can you blow my bubble?
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  • The Iranians, we brought this up like five, six years ago after I visited CloudFlare to get a to get a lecture from the CEO on what they do. Because I
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  • what they do is what they do is censor people they don't like but yeah, okay.
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  • That's CloudFlare which is over in San Francisco. So I go in there, get the lecture. And then we we started talking about this sort of thing. And he said, Oh, yeah, the Iranians are a real problem. They have banks are computers that go they do really taxi. They do a lot of distributed attacks. And yeah, that will come from Iran.
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  • Could it have been a complete distraction for something else that took place?
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  • A little that's always always always hard for the no agenda show. Yeah.
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  • I really don't have much else I looked and I was, you know, probing my usual sources. There's not much there to wait, but it was definitely It was a media story. Because why does everyone I don't think anyone gives a crap in the United States or maybe in the rest of the world like ah alright some nuclear scientists got killed whatever unless we're all I can't believe a scientist got killed but when you say Iranian nuclear scientists everyone thinks I a war guy it but the media played it up into this big thing so there's a reason for that and we just don't know it yet.
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  • Well they were told to do it and they did they did they did the other story which even my wife picked up on this day and finally we talked about this so that's the
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  • Georgia thing against women that they don't like john when you say even my wife picked up on it. This is this is seen as pejorative. I'm just saying if I was
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  • a woman I said even my husband picked up on it.
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  • That means your husband's dummy
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  • that's right now you can make curry calm.
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  • Okay, I get your email anyway. Can't wait till I get your P o box mail.
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  • So here's the S coming. So here is the story about France really got bent out of shape and has a lot of timing issues involved with this, especially the beating the crap out of some poor musician black guy. Now in his own studio, it was recorded and became a big scene. This is the National global security bill, Article 24. That is being that was passed, the French government doesn't care what the people want.
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  • It was a protest about how future protests will be covered. thousands gathered in Paris on Saturday to oppose the global security bill currently being debated in Parliament. But Tuesday evening, the National Assembly voted in favor of the bill as a whole. Having already approved it's controversial article 24, which would ban the publication of images of policemen with the intent to cause them harm. The bill will now head to the Senate. But critics fear that it would make covering protests like this one, as well as documenting police brutality, much more difficult. Those in favor say it is necessary because of the targeting of police line during the yellow vest protests. led if you're
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  • broadcasting and capturing of images, whether with a camera or by citizens on a phone of policemen doing their jobs, with their faces exposed will still be possible. What will change is that any calls for violence or incitement of hatred that accompanies such pictures will be sanctioned by the law.
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  • I think this is this is a lie. I don't think that's what this is not why they protested. I think that's being used as an excuse. They were burning down the central bank.
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  • That doesn't seem today and always protesting one thing or
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  • another, right.
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  • But this one was jet. I thought this one was was jacked up. Because of the because of the two incidents that took place. One of them they discussed in this report. The other one was the was the severe beating of these poor, right,
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  • that would do it and yeah, that would do it. But but
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  • it is in his own place. And luckily he had he had security cameras that caught it and that the police were immediately fired. And they may be indicted. And it became one of these It was a scam because a black man. Yeah. And the N word was involved all the rest of it. So I don't know did the well Europeans were the French are bitching and moaning about everything.
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  • Well, you're busy per bank down Europe is in turmoil. And and the Germans are very mad. November 18, German parliament past the effects young shoots because that's which is German for infection Protection Act, sorry, Deutschland. I can't help but doing your accent. It's farmer, the grandson government the authority to issue whatever edicts it's once under the guise of protecting public health. And this is possible and this is what people are mad about. Because there's this Enabling Act of 1933, which is still hanging on the books, which formally grants the government the authority to issue any edict and once under the guise of remedying the distress of people. So the news, you know, the Germans got sprayed with water which was laced with tear gas or some property in there that burned when they were protesting. He was very, very upset about this because they have memory. I do remember weird things going down and this so that the government can in fact with this infection Protection Act, pretty much make the people do anything. They have carte blanche.
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  • Well, Europe is a mess. It is
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  • in Rotterdam see what I have this is
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  • yes, this is gonna collapse on them.
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  • Oh yeah, because I was talking to Christina because I saw this video and do I have this? yeah here's Rotterdam so Rotterdam right over the train station there was a beautiful modern train stations in a very modern, completely rebuilt phenomenal modern architecture in Rotterdam. And if there's if you've ever been to people airport is the same way of the train station there but really it's a shopping place it's a shopping mall. It just happens to be where you can go for transportation a big one a very big and and this train this train station in Rotterdam Central Station is big. So they have a drone flying above maybe these 250 feet I guess not much. Maybe not even taller than above some of the buildings at night and there it is. glaring outside over the over the central little square there. The stores are closing go home you are spreading Coronavirus This is dangerous you should not be out go home. Yes
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  • yes reading Coronavirus.
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  • Yes.
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  • Oh yeah, this is dangerous.
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  • Go home. You're spreading Coronavirus that
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  • I would have to listen to again it's probably the Coronavirus is spreading maybe that's what it would have to listen to it again. But it doesn't matter because I said to Christina, what's going on one of the regulations is that I really don't know no one gives a shit. We just we have a mask in our pocket. If someone bitches about it, we put the mask on and we don't care. And they don't. And then the Dutch strangely enough, have not really gotten to protesting. They've been so beaten down by their system. It's kind of disappointing that they're not just out there on the streets. This nonsense, and they're getting the same. It's the it's the corona emergency laws that have changed the actual political structure with the mayor's no longer report up the food chain. They they report directly to the Chief of mayors now in The Hague, and this is subverting their entire political system.
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  • Hmm, yeah.
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  • Well, let's build back better get ready for it. It's all it's all coming away. Nothing is within it. It's all it's all well, they're gonna they're gonna build something. You notice that everyone's going to see mitch mcconnell?
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  • What's that all about?
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  • I can tell you what the thing, Mitch, I can tell you what the thinking is. The thinking is being Mitch the people going to see King Mitch the mighty king Mitch. We need a better one for Mitch. What is an M a royalty? majesty, Mitch,
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  • there you go. monarch
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  • monarch Mitch, write that down. monarch Mitch, everyone who's going to see him right now is cutting a deal. So that they don't have to go to jail when Trump wins. I'm just saying that's that's the word. That's the word and i and i don't care you when I put it past anybody. It's very possible. Now let's let's just pretend the joe biden's going to get in. Um, let me see. Let's find let's just listen to this for a moment. This is howard kurtz. I think he's on Fox News. And he goes through a rundown of all the people who the Biden administration will bring in or these are presumed people.
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  • We still have the the real. The Office pool. When will Susan Rice
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  • you see that's the thing. These are all low rent bargain basement people that he's got.
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  • me Yeah. Susan Rice. She
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  • know we said bargain basement. Yeah, not at the five and dime. You know, this is at least cost $1 these people here. Let's listen to who's coming in
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  • when Joe Biden does unveil Tony Blinken as his pick for Secretary of State today he'll be introducing the global affairs analyst for CNN which Lincoln joined after working at the top of the Obama State Department. This revolving door is spinning even more quickly between the media and the government is a mini Exodus at MSNBC for Obama veterans became cable pundits. Rick Stengel, former Time magazine editor had joined the Obama State Department now has left msnbc for the Biden transition also leaving msnbc for the transition. As you mentioned, former Obama prosecutor Barbara McQuade and Zeke Emanuel, medical experts who work on COVID strategy, Jen Psaki, who many may remember is Obama's State Department spokeswoman, CNN for the transition Now sometimes the connections are behind the scenes so often and former Newsweek editor Jon Meacham was an NBC and MSNBC contributor, but was dropped from that role for helping Biden with some of his speeches without disclosing that to viewers. You know, there's nothing inherently wrong with this game of musical chairs. It's no secret that many high profile people have moved back and forth between Fox News and the Trump administration. But it does seem that more journalists join Democratic administrations like bite. The
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  • thing I'm most worried about when Trump stays in office is that there'll be no more mainstream media. They're gonna they're gonna fall apart, they've got nothing. All these people that know that now left, so they won't be able to come back that easily. And what are they going to talk about? I mean, no one, no one will watch him anymore. I think they may, it may just like that, the Emmy Awards and the Grammy Awards. Now even the Grammy Awards, artists are pissing all over them. All of this stuff is going away. And the biggest reward is got to be for the apparently person who helped the win in Arizona. electro byte is reportedly
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  • considering Cindy McCain to serve as the US ambassador to UK, became a lifelong republican backed Biden during the election and released this campaign and many of you that her support helped Biden
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  • win Arizona where her husband, john mccain,
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  • was a senator from 1987 until his death in 2018.
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  • Now that that is the cushiest of the mall, the London ambassadorship sets a dynamite gig
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  • is one of the top two gigs, the two gigs you want, I think probably pick. Yeah, I think Beijing might be up there. Just I think that my book, a new version of the great ones, but the two top gigs traditionally have always been ambassador to the UK, UK parties party
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  • of what the whole thing is a party scene. That's
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  • the best a giant party and then the other one is the which is what john Doerr over at Kleiner Perkins has always been angling for, and I think he probably has been donating. Although he's like the kiss of death.
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  • You don't want you don't want him promoting anything you
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  • do. So he he's always wanted to the ambassador ship to France, which is the other big book.
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  • That's because Pierre Pierre does the great hair. Everyone wants to live in Paris,
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  • you you have to be a major, major bundler to get dead gig,
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  • or you need to be a podcaster because if Trump was Trump prevails, I am totally becoming the ambassador to Holland. You should I should I would be great. And only for a couple years, you know, just for the parties. And the cool mansion
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  • was that's all there is to the job.
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  • Well, and I get to do the podcast. Yeah, imagine how much fun that would be. That'd be great. And
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  • somebody had to reset the the opening and the ambassador to Holland. Adam Curry, sorry,
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  • the Honorable, I become the honorable and
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  • honorable Adam.
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  • And after my ambassadorship is over, people still have to refer to me as Mr. Ambassador.
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  • Yes, forever.
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  • Yes, sir. I'm much looking forward to this.
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  • Okay.
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  • I guess that explains it all.
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  • Yeah, it kind of does. Black Lives Matter still around. seeping into the Academy Awards even further than than they were as award season is coming up and it always starts with the with the international Emmys.
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  • The asterisks next to these awards.
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  • On Friday, the national conversation about systemic racism sparked by Jeff drawer fry, the academy announced and sweeping plans aimed at swiftly sweeping plans aimed at swiftly furthering its diversity and inclusion initiatives, including setting the best picture category at 10 nominees rather than a fluctuating number. Ah, I see this is to give more people more chance and make it more equitable. They don't understand that they're pricing themselves right out of the public's interest Do they
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  • know so I have a series of three clips shrieking run,
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  • okay, good.
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  • Obama, Obama came out with a new book. Another memoir is his third memoir one. He keeps writing. Apparently he keeps writing these memoirs because he's, I forget to put that in. So it was reviewed kind of on the useful idiots show with Matt Taibbi and Katie
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  • Oh good.
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  • And they have you got to let this is a very disturbing series of clips
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  • that are being were they able to read it? The thing is eight and eight. It's like, isn't it like Atlas Shrugged length.
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  • I guess it's supposed to Katie read it in
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  • is 700 Maddie
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  • hasn't read it. So Kate. Matt has not read it. Katie's read.
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  • Okay. All right, good. Yeah, it
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  • would be more like this. She'd be plowing through it reading over it. So she So here, I just want to play these clips and you have to listen to the reaction to in this case, Obama literally admitting to end the book that He's a murderer.
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  • I'm so what's what do you got?
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  • Okay, so I wanted to read an excerpt from from a promised land which is already, by the way, a bestseller. And this man, I think you'll really like this part. So he's talking about foreign policy, right? And he goes in places like Yemen and Afghanistan, the lives of millions of young men had been warped and stunted by desperation, ignorance, dreams of religious glory, the violence of their surroundings, or the schemes of older men. They were dangerous. These young men, often deliberately and casually cruel. Still, in the aggregate, at least I wanted somehow to save them and send them to school, gives them a trade, drain them of the heat that had been filling their heads, and yet the world they were part of, and the machinery I commanded, more often had me killing them instead.
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  • Really, right. Yeah, he did write that. But you know why he had to do that, Matt? Did he really? Yeah, he wrote that.
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  • Anyone can send us the audio. That would be great. And we'll, we'll clip it in anyone who's bought the ebook.
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  • Now, can you not laugh at that?
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  • I did. I mean, I already did that. And when I but you have to understand I've been more from I saw this earlier than you did. So I laughed before I took some stones to
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  • write that. I have to say I i'm i'm very
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  • I'm impressed. Anyway, go ahead. Yeah,
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  • but who do you think guess of all people who who in Obama's circle was obsessed with his like hit lists with his execution list? Brennan assassination, Lazzara assassination? Guess who in his inner circle would you think would be obsessed with that? I mean, I wrote
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  • a story about this ROM.
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  • Rom. Very good. Yeah, he was quote unquote, obsessed. And that's because he had spent enough time in Washington to know that his new liberal president couldn't afford to look soft on terrorism.
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  • He's a Killer Queen dynamite with the drum machine. Wow. That that is pretty brazen. I wound up killing him
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  • tomorrow killing the ALT and they think this is hilarious. These liberals. That's funny. Oh, yeah. He killed him all. He's a murderer, as his great assassination was rahm emanuel. I mean, I just found this to be and I'm gonna we were we don't use enough abhorrent? Yes. The reaction to this was just, it was beyond me. But no. Yeah. Again,
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  • I think I'm shocked. I'm shocked.
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  • I'm shocked. I'm shocked. Peter teal said it was you know, it's violence is charismatic. So here's another look, just a little excerpt to which I thought was funny, because it was just the tie. He caught it. And it was another another excerpt from the book.
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  • But Matt, you're gonna feel a lot better ready, because he goes, I took no joy in any of this. It didn't make me feel powerful. I entered politics to help kids get a better education to help families get health care to help poor countries grow more food. It was that kind of power that I measured myself against, but the work was necessary and it was my responsibility to make sure
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  • the work
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  • though. Yeah, he was doing the work. He was building the space for fascination.
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  • Wow. That's great. doing the work now that's that's still the assassination. So the two
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  • assassination was doing the work the
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  • Tuesday kill list where he said, Yeah, that one. Wait, is an American citizen. And his son is 16. Yeah, kill them.
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  • That's is doing the work. While doing the work.
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  • I wonder what Robyn D'Angelo thinks of that doing the work. Oh, my God.
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  • He's a black man. He can do he can
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  • do whatever he wants. Yeah.
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  • All right. Now the last one has got nothing to do with his assassination. hitless is a little more. It's a little again, it's it's just bringing out you know, it gets he really felt obliged to bring out his sleaziness. No, just beyond me, but this is the third clip I have.
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  • But Matt, you're gonna feel a lot better ready? Because he goes, I took no joy in any of this. It didn't make me feel powerful identity politics to help kids get a better families get help for countries.
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  • Yeah, it says excerpt three. It has maybe messed it up. We'll see if maybe it's long. Maybe it's all in
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  • here. Yeah, clearly, it's also linked on these. Well,
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  • this one is The other one was short. This is a 119. So maybe you get this or probably get more
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  • on it. We'll just play it.
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  • But Matt, you're gonna feel a lot better ready because he goes, I took no joy in any of this. It didn't make me feel powerful. I entered politics to help kids get a better education to help families get health care to help poor countries grow more food. It was that kind of power that I measured myself against. But the work was necessary. And it was my responsibility to make sure your work, though. Yeah, he was doing the work. He was doing this face for fascinations.
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  • That's so gross point blank. I
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  • love it. And it was my responsibility to make sure operations were as effective as possible. Wow. He also, by the way, said that he read marks and Mark ooza and Finan and Gwendolyn Brooks, to get basically to hook up with women. What? Well, that is Yeah, I mean,
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  • okay,
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  • looking back, it's embarrassing to recognize the degree to which my intellectual curiosity Hold on, hold on. Who was
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  • he trying to get to hook up with women?
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  • He was reading Karl Marx, Herbert macusa. And some third author. These are all left wing. Okay, okay. And he was reading this material so he could hook up with all these crazy socialist women that he ran into in college.
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  • Oh, that's like so that's like, these days you were a pussy hat. Is that basically the idea?
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  • Yeah, same exact thing. exact thing
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  • turned on and Gwendolyn Brooks to get basically to hook up with women.
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  • Oh, well, that's Yeah, I mean, okay,
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  • looking back, it's embarrassing to recognize the degree to which my intellectual curiosity those first two years of college paralleled the interest of various women I was attempting.
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  • Mark, Mark, Mark and Mark Hughes. So I had something to say to the long legged socialists who lived in my dorm Sinan and Gwendolyn Brooks for the smoothskin sociology major who never gave me a second look, Foucault and Wolf for the ethereal bisexual who wore mostly black.
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  • Wow, I'm just gonna give you a clip of the day because that was very worthy of it. And it reminded me of a long leg. Thanks, Obama, though, man. Oh, man. I can't wait to read this book.
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  • Imagine all the people who could do that. Oh, yeah, that'd be
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  • Yeah, well, by the way, I want to apologize for not mentioning the last show that 333 33 are all Thanksgiving shows. Executive Producer, special executive producer you can use that on your credits. Oh, we didn't credit on that.
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  • Why don't I put these these 1300s in a special category on today's list. How about that and then we'll just expand it for for actual 13 1300s
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  • Sure.
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  • Well, I
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  • only got one clip left anyway, but I also have some backup the substance abuse series. Oh, no, no, no, we
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  • can't No, no, this is not a break glass in case of emergency situation. Do not bring out the sub. These are clips that john has been carrying over for I don't know four months.
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  • He
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  • says like if all if all thing goes to hell. We always have the substance abuse clips. I don't really I don't think I have anything else
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  • play this limb box up. This is rush limbaugh. Oh, is he still alive? That's good. He's hanging in there. I mean, I don't know how long is got left? You know, I was watching jeopardy. I pre recorded all these things. So these still have Alex Tribeca, okay. But they had the Thanksgiving show on the other night day. And Alex was the only mention was thanks to supposedly Thanksgiving. They probably recorded it a month ago. Well, but he's you could just he's almost he just he really.
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  • He didn't look good.
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  • He was like, he's like dying in front of you.
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  • It was like watching Steve Jobs at his last one more thing. Presentation voice
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  • didn't have the presence. And I felt bad about it. I mean, he still did the job. He hung in there. And I there's something about a guy who works to the end. I think there's something noble about that.
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  • But don't you think that we'll also go out that way? What else do we still do? What else do we You're gonna do?
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  • Well that's what you do. Yeah. I mean, ideally you'd die on stage.
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  • Ah, oh, oh beautiful to die in the die out the podcast
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  • die on stage right in the middle of the line. This is what is this guy kidding? It's a joke.
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  • Boo.
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  • There's a number of actors and performers have died on stage.
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  • But my favorite well not my favorite was Tom was a comedian Tommy remember him Tommy? The guy with the fez hat on kind of a big ofI guy, British comedian? No. Oh, he collapses on stage Tommy Cooper. He collapses on stage and we're like, oh, oh, that's funny. And then he's dead. And this wasn't so funny. Because Tommy Cooper was kind of one of his things. He could do weird things that are weird, dude, but it's on video. It's on YouTube, obviously. Alright, so what is limbaugh done?
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  • Well, Limbo is the biggest like you and mo and a lot of viewers, but he's actually a big fan of of Whitlock, Jason Whitlock,
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  • black.
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  • Yes, J lock 100.
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  • And he is like a Whitlock is just, I have to admire the guys, because he's really just kind of a tele like it is guy and he doesn't put up with the nonsense as in the leagues. And so limbaugh's reading one of his reports, and I thought it was kind of weird. Limbo is not going to be with us more in a few more months. I don't think he doesn't know he only works once a week. So I thought I'd get a clip from
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  • now back to Jason Whitlock piece. Because folks, I'm telling you this is the kind of piece that have he written into VSP, and he might not have survived there. Over the last 55 years, the stewards of American culture have worked. And this, he means by this the American left, white liberals primarily have worked to disconnect black people from our religious faith from our salvation. Black pride is the new religion, our skin color, and the degenerate behaviors that white liberals have deemed as authentically black have become the hallmarks of black culture. That is me and what an allegation that is basically saying that white liberals are the ones calling the most aberrant behavior engaged in by African Americans as authentic, natural, you can't question it. behavior. And Whitlock clearly is not happy about this. He doesn't believe that white liberals get to deem what is authentically black, particularly that they have chosen to highlight as authentically black. No, man, I gotta read this article now.
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  • Oh, it's quite good. Yeah, like is a good writer,
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  • by the way. You know, my mom passed of cancer and you know, this, we saw Steve Jobs. We've seen people with cancer. He's got a lot of lung capacity. He still he sounds very much like rush. He doesn't sound strange, like Alex Trebek.
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  • No, because he's not on the Alex Trebek I think on that show is on his last legs. I don't know how many more shows he did after that, but rush was rush hasn't gotten to that yet.
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  • Well, good. He
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  • will
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  • not say that. No, let's
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  • not say that. Well, I
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  • mean, it's possible. He could survive.
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  • He's going to because
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  • you found
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  • our most nice. It's all we got.
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  • But it's heartfelt. No one wants that.
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  • Yeah. Oh, he's he's a visa. Yeah, original.
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  • He is he is and and every single person who's filled in for him, which I catch usually on Wednesdays when I'm driving to a spin class because he can't listen to the satellite in the parking garage. And I can listen to limbaugh and Kay LBJ. Mark Stein. No, you know, there's like, there was great there's a couple All right, they all suck. It's It's no good. I mean, you can't just sit down with that show and just do the show. It's It's It's got to be the limbaugh thing. And I don't really listen to him at all. But when I do, he sounds the same. So we wish nothing but good friend, and we wish nothing but goodness for y'all. As as we head into the dark winter as we prepare for what the next two weeks will bring us. And
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  • yes, it's sunny here.
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