DEMAGEDDON III: Last Luau


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DEMAGEDDON III: Last Luau

Tulsi Gabbard tries to continue Marianne Williamson’s fight against the dark psychic force of collectivized hatred.

Will she succeed?

Absolutely not.

Join Matt and Spike as they live-react to this guaranteed dumpster fire in the making.

It’s like Mystery Science Theater 3000 if all the monsters could actually harm you.

NOTE: Spike forgot to press “start recording” for the first few minutes so this recording comes in about 5 minutes after it started.


Episode Transcript

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the of worthy of impeachment because of
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the emoluments clause this is a
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president who is enriching himself I
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don’t think that’s how you and I think
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in terms of the recent Ukrainian
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incident the idea that we have a
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President of the United States who’s
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prepared to hold back national security
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money to one of our allies in order to
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get dirt I’m muting the Communists for a
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second I just want to know he’s
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recovered very well from I believe
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open-heart surgery yeah he had to get a
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stent put in ah then he’s done Ari he’s
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doing and you know he got it the next he
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got it like the next day well because
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maybe even that day because wait Canada
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is like seven weeks yeah yeah no he died
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he died so ironically in Canada we
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wouldn’t have him to have to worry about
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here we go here comes corporation with
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the country now split have Democrats
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been careful enough and pursuing the
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impeachment of President Trump yes they
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have I said some beginning that if in
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fact Trump continued to Stonewall what
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the Congress is entitled to know about
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his background what he did all the
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accusations in the model report if they
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did that they would have no choice no
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choice but to begin an impeachment
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proceeding which gives them more power
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to seek more information this president
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on I agree with Bernie senator Sanders
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is the most corrupt president in that /
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in history and I think all of our
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history and the fact is that this
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president knighted States has gone so
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far as to say since this latest event
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that in fact he will not cooperate in
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any way at all well not less any
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witnesses are not providing information
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will not do anything to cooperate with
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the impeachment they have no choice but
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to move senator Harris House Speaker
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Nancy Pelosi has said that members of
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Congress have to be you’ve got to be
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afraid of that right what’s that like if
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they move on if they move on this
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impeachment thing like everything he’s
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done that he’s already admitted to who’s
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gonna come up I
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I assumed as much well his son just
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stepped down from somewhere in China so
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I yeah I think it’s gonna I don’t but
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what’s he gonna do say no no I don’t
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think we should move forward with
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impeachment I’m the only Democrat who
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thinks that so uh Kamala Harris who
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incidentally has never met a person she
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didn’t want to be arrested so selling
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out our values he’s been selling out
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national security and on this issue with
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Ukraine he has been selling out our
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democracy our framers imagined this
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moment a moment where we would have a
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corrupt president and our framers
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rightly designed our system of democracy
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to say there will be checks and balances
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this is one of those moments and so
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Congress must ask act but the reality of
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it is that I don’t really think this
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impeachment process won’t take very long
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because there’s a former prosecutor I
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know a confession when I see it and and
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he’s did it in plain sight he has given
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us the evidence and he tried to cover it
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up putting it in that special server and
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there’s been a clear consciousness of
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guilt this will not take very long
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Donald Trump needs to be held
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accountable he is indeed the most
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corrupt and unpatriotic president we
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have ever had senator Booker you have
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said the president from Scott moral
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vandalism disqualifies him from being as
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kind of a sliding scale spectrum first
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of all we must be fair we are talking
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about ongoing proceedings to remove a
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sitting president forgot he was in this
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area got to be about patriotism and not
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partisanship I can look I shared the
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same sense of urgency of every that
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karate along with stage no duck this
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process in tag away it is vulnerable
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that brings our country together does it
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rip us apart any no way did I remember
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this man was running for office I didn’t
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tag him I didn’t put him in the picture
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this man did not exist in my universe he
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is so far on the down low we forgot he
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was the president dad and I even saw the
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thing with him kissing his beard rosario
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Dawson
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I didn’t eat oh my gosh and she’s doing
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it too
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this is they how many people are in this
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cool Oh beveled and that’s why that’s a
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job we have a constitutional duty to
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pursue this impeachment but we also can
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stand up for America because this
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president has not been putting America
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in front of his own personal interest he
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has not been standing up for the workers
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of Ohio he’s not been standing up for
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the farmer Amy Klobuchar our um is
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famous for um she what was him asking me
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one of her staffers eat up south like
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Caesar salad with a with a hairbrush or
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something like it was a fork it was a
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comb it wasn’t it wasn’t it wasn’t brush
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it was a comb okay that’d be a little
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easier yeah because like Aaron Nakamoto
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our dear friend Aaron Nakamoto allow me
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to say said her mother-in-law got run
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over when she was riding her bike in
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Canada and when she went to the hospital
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they didn’t actually I told her she was
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fine she came back to the US two weeks
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later went to the doctor and found out
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she had fractured two vertebrae so that
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socialized medicine
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Bernie loves oh well yeah yeah that
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sounds like Canada I mean we have a home
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in Toronto I love Toronto if I have
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anything serious I go to Buffalo and we
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actually know people that will go to
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walk-in clinics they’ll go all the way
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to Buffalo just to go just like for a
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walk-in clinic because it’s actually
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faster to drive an hour and a half to
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Buffalo than to go up the road to like a
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walk-in clinic so it’s it’s not yeah
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it’s not good it’s not good
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Bernie would absolutely the odds of him
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having made it would would be low let’s
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hear what Dora has two more people
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across the graduation stage that more
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families have great health care that
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more folks are put to work in places
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like Ohio where Donald Trump has broken
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his promises because I huh oh hi oh
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Michigan in Pennsylvania actually in the
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latest job SATA have lost jobs not
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gained him know that what we have to
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recognize is that not only did the
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Moller report point out ten different
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instances where the president obstructed
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justice or tried to
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and he made that call to president
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szalinski of the ukraine but he is
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ongoingly in an ongoing way
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violating his oath of office in abusing
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his power we have to impeach this
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president and majority of Americans not
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only support impeachment they support
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removal he should be removed
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mayor Buda judge is actually a very
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interesting statistic the something like
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what according to most polls even a Fox
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News poll it was a part yeah Fox News
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poll said 52% of Americans support
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removal sport is removal which is I mean
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that’s the highest it’s been I think
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would have to be way higher for it to
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actually happen because if it hits 60
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he’s gone if it’s if it hits 60 I’m
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giving it at least even chant actually
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better than even chances of happening
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right now right now it still doesn’t
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happen no no and I mean he still he
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still wins reelection right now these
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idiots
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here’s the thing if all he needs is like
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40 what 45 46 percent of the vote you
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know great places and he wins it
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so I he still I still think he’s gonna
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win reelection but it’s over a year from
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now well if it were right now I think
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he’d win reelection make sure what it’s
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going to be like what it’s actually
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going to feel like in this country the
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first day the Sun comes up after Donald
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Trump has been president it starts out
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feeling like a happy thought this
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particular brand of chaos and corruption
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will be over but really think about
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where we’ll be vulnerable even more torn
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apart by politics than we are right now
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and these big issues from the economy to
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climate change have not taken a vacation
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during the impeachment process I’m
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running to be the president who can turn
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the page and unify a dangerously
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polarized country while tackling those
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issues that are going to be just as
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urgent then as they are now Thank You
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mr. mayor congresswoman Gabbard you’re
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the only sitting House member are we go
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if impeachment is driven by these hyper
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partisan interests it will only further
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divide an already terribly divided
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country unfortunately this is what we’ve
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already seen play out as calls for
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impeachment really began shortly after
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Trump won his election and as unhappy as
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that may make us as Democrats he won
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that election in 2016
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like serious issues that have been
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raised around this phone call that he
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had with the president of Ukraine and
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many other things that transpired around
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that are what caused me to support the
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inquiry in the house and I think that it
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should continue to play its course out
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to gather all the information provide
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that to the American people recognizing
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that that is the only way forward if the
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House votes to impeach the Senate does
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not vote to remove Donald Trump he walks
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out and he feels exonerated further
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deepening the divides in this country
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that we cannot afford Thank You
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congresswoman mr. Saur you’ve been
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calling parents there’s something that
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was true that no one wanted to hear
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today oh this is the billionaire that
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yes time on this stage so I just want to
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start by reminding everybody every buyer
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is more decent more coherent and more
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patriotic than the criminal in the White
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House Wow
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Andersen’s right two years ago I started
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the need to impeach movement because I
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knew there was something desperately
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wrong at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue that
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we did have the most corrupt president
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in the country and that only the voice
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and the will of the American people
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would drive them the most right and
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wrong not the mechanical expedient I
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want someone to say they’re the voice
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that counts not the slave owners to the
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American people
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mr. yang do not the guy enough evidence
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out there today in terms of the million
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Japanese people I support impeachment
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but we shouldn’t have any illusions that
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impeaching Donald Trump will one be
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successful or two that got him elected
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in 2016 we’re standing in the great
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state of Ohio the ultimate purple state
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the ultimate bellwether state why did
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Donald Trump win your state by eight
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points because we got rid of 300,000
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manufacturing jobs in your town this is
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the robot not stopping there how many of
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you have noticed stores closing where
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you work and live here in Ohio raise
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your hands
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it’s not just you Amazon alone is
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closing 30 percent of America’s stores
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and more hooking up 20 billion dollars
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in business while paying zero in taxes
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these are the problems that god Donald
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Trump elected the fourth Industrial
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Revolution and that is going to
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accelerate and grow more
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serious regardless of who is in the Oval
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Office the fact is Donald Trump when
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we’re talking about him we are losing we
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need to present a new vision and that
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even includes talking about impeaching
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Donald Trump mr. congressman O’Rourke on
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impeachment please respond you know I
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think about I’m so glad this might be
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his last ever served and reang was
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actually more brutal than tulsi he said
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something along the lines of let’s do
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away with the illusion that this
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impeachment is even going to be
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successful and I don’t know if anyone
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noticed that in the debate stage because
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it wasn’t nobody nobody did but he’s not
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it’s the impeachment is just gonna make
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the divide greater in the country like
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Tulsi said and like yang said and I’ll
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have to do is embolden his base and make
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him win again it’s 1998 Democrats after
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Bill Clinton gets impeached yeah yeah no
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I I tend to agree I can’t imagine what
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this little dipshit is saying right now
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but I’m not that worried about it um I’m
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certain has something to do with guns
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that’s all I’m sure right now I’m just I
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have to tune in just for say he’s saying
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someone being in the line and they
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cannot do that Thank You Congress we
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cannot do that I agree yeah I mean Yang
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was like the robots are taking your jobs
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this impeachment stupid and he’s
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actually not wrong I don’t like his
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ideas but that actually is correct that
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part’s right let’s hear from Colombian
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public character with you will be
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involved in any foreign businesses my
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question is if it’s not okay for a
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president’s family to be involved in
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foreign businesses why was it okay for
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your son when you were vice president
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ooh
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Vice President Biden look my son did
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nothing wrong I didn’t know if I wanted
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to marry out of the policy of the United
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States government in rooting out
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corruption in in Ukraine and if that’s
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what we should be focusing on and what I
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wanted to make
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my son’s statement speaks for himself he
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spoke about it today my son statement
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speaks for itself what I think is
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important is we focus on why it’s so
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important and remove this man from
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office on the 17th look the fact that
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George Washington and wory
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come on the first time he spoke after
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being elected for holding that what we
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had to worry about is foreign
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interference in our elections it was the
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greatest threat to America this
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president on three occasions
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you mean locations causing by mandating
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governments and heads of government
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engaged in trying to alter our my
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general get remove fact is that it is
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outrageous Rudy Giuliani the president
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and his thugs have already proven that
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they in fact are flat lying what we have
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to do now is focus on Donald Trump he
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doesn’t want me to be the candidate he’s
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going after me because he knows if I get
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if I get the nomination I will beat him
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like a drum mr. vice president as you’ve
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said your son hunter today gave an
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interview admitted that he made a
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mistake and showed poor judgment by
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serving on the board in Ukraine did you
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make a mistake by letting him you were
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the point person on Ukraine at the time
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if you can answer my son’s statement
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speaks for itself I did my job I never
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discussed a single thing with my son
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about anything having to do with Ukraine
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no one has indicated I have we’ve always
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kept everything separate even when my
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son was the Attorney General did not
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reign we never discussed you know some
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tential conflict my son made a judgment
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I’m proud of the judgment he made I’m
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proud of what he had to say but he’s not
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focus on this the fact of the matter
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that it is absolutely imperative we go
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forward with impeachment I hope that he
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is in beach but I think what would be a
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disaster if the American people believe
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that all we were doing is taken on Trump
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and we’re forgetting that 87 million
15:26
Americans are uninsured or underinsured
15:29
we’re forgetting about
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existential threat of climate change we
15:34
are forgetting about the fact that half
15:36
about people are learning easy HIV so
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what we have got to do is end this
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corruption set a precedent for future
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history that says presidents like this
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cannot behave this way but we cannot and
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must not turn our backs on the pain of
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the working class of this country the
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economy senator Warren we’ve proposed
16:16
Americans college debt and you’ve said
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how you’re gonna pay for those plans but
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you have not specified how you’re going
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to pay for the most expensive plan
16:25
Medicare for all will you raise taxes on
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the middle class to pay for it yes or no
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so I have made clear what my principles
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are here is this question like
16:40
corporations and for hardworking
16:42
middle-class families costs will go down
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you know the way I see this is I have
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been out all around this country I’ve
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done a hundred and forty town halls now
16:54
been to 27 states in Puerto Rico
16:57
should have done 70,000 selfies which
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must be the new measure of democracy and
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this gives people a chance to come up
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and talk to me directly today by the way
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is the one-year anniversary of one of
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the greatest memes I’ve ever made I’m
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gonna pull it up because no one cares
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well yeah it is it is the one-year
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anniversary that came up today on my
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memories on Facebook there we go I guess
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you can listen to her hold on went up
17:27
that the insurance company pulled the
17:30
rug out from underneath them and they
17:32
were left with nothing look the way I
17:34
see this it is hard enough to get a
17:36
diagnosis that child has cancer to think
17:39
about the changes in your family if your
17:41
mom’s got diabetes or
17:43
it means for your life going forward if
17:45
you’ve been diagnosed with MS but what
17:48
you shouldn’t have don’t drag so my MS
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is not your platform okay
17:59
my MS is not your platform I don’t want
18:02
to be told I have MS and like in most
18:05
countries told I’ll be getting an MRI
18:06
two or three years later to see if I’m
18:09
how bad along I am and have like a third
18:12
of the choices for treatment options
18:14
that I have in the u.s. so now fuck you
18:17
and fuck you for bringing up ms there’s
18:20
my hot take on is she’s still talking
18:22
into the eye IMS is why getting
18:30
diagnosed with MS has made me way way
18:33
more frightened of what both Republicans
18:37
and Democrats have in store for health
18:39
care in this country because this is one
18:41
of the few countries that people with MS
18:44
actually have some somewhat decent
18:46
treatment options that unless they’re
18:48
you know super wealthy so no no screw
18:55
hole in this Medicare for all plan that
18:58
Senator Warren is putting forward is
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supposed to get filled in and the thing
19:02
is we really can deliver health care for
19:05
every American and move forward with the
19:08
boldest biggest transformation since the
19:10
inception of Medicare itself but the way
19:13
to do it without a giant
19:14
multitrillion-dollar hole and without
19:15
having to avoid yes or no question is
19:18
Medicare for all who wanted we take a
19:19
version of Medicare we let you access it
19:22
if you want to and if you prefer to stay
19:24
on your private plan you can do that too
19:26
that is what most Americans want
19:28
Medicare finish available on Amazon and
19:34
for your family go to muddy waters maybe
19:36
a.com okay you can buy this shirt it’s
19:43
okay to be ninety-nine point nine one
19:45
nine one percent white on Amazon if you
19:48
go to muddied waters media.com slash
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store I think yes
19:56
make sure before yes this shirt we it is
19:59
one year old that we made that spike
20:01
made this and we turned it into a shirt
20:04
and it was the most popular meme on the
20:07
internet not on our page and I didn’t
20:10
watermark it cuz I’m smart I did
20:12
watermark a much more popular meme that
20:14
day we pull up the meme that I did
20:17
watermark the one I did take the time to
20:21
watermark that day here I’m mayor
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respond sure I don’t think the American
20:35
people are wrong when they say that what
20:38
they want is a choice and the choice of
20:41
medicare-for-all you wanted this is a
20:43
face is what I took the time the water
20:45
market the subsidies are in place allows
20:47
you to you know it’s just better than
20:50
Medicare for this reference like the
20:55
most obscure meme ever and I spent so
21:01
much time on it that’s what this show is
21:04
about now this I forgot about that means
21:09
burner this is no one who’s watching
21:13
this has any idea what the hell this is
21:14
funny or who that is I want to mark that
21:22
but this no this one that got like
21:26
something like just in the pages we know
21:30
of it got like 8 million views or
21:34
something like that this one through the
21:38
roof one of the most popular on one of
21:40
the biggest news cycles Storting biggest
21:44
news stories or most sensational
21:46
political news stories in like most of
21:50
the year no III did Spooner
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I did I did Spooner Matt mhm
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here’s the Cryptkeeper significantly for
22:07
the wealthy and for virtually everybody
22:10
the taxing priests they pay will be
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substantially less substantially less
22:16
than what they were paying for premiums
22:18
and out-of-pocket oh yeah where does it
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come what the senator just said about
22:25
taxes going on
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so my view on this and what I have
22:29
committed to is costs will go down for
22:32
hardworking middle-class families
22:34
I will not really know what like
22:36
Medicare for all who can afford it
22:38
that will leave behind millions of
22:41
people who cannot and I will not embrace
22:43
a plan that says people have great
22:45
insurance write up a deal you get the
22:48
diagnosis and the insurance company says
22:50
sorry we’re not covering your expensive
22:53
cancer treatments we’re not covering
22:55
your expensive training center yes no no
23:00
more MS Donna’s here and saying how he’s
23:03
gonna pay for this and that taxes are
23:05
gonna go up and I’m sorry Elizabeth but
23:07
you have not said that and I think we
23:09
owe it to the American people to tell
23:11
them where we’re gonna send the invoice
23:13
I believe the best and boldest idea here
23:16
is to not trash Obamacare but to do
23:19
exactly what Barack Obama wanted to do
23:21
from the beginning and that’s have a
23:23
public option that would bring down the
23:25
cost of the premium and expand the
23:27
number of people covered and take on the
23:29
pharmaceutical companies that is what we
23:31
should be doing instead of taking a
23:34
hundred 49 million people off their
23:36
insurance in four years and I’m tired of
23:38
hearing whenever I say these things
23:40
oh it’s Republican talking a point you
23:42
are making Republican talking points
23:44
right now in this room by coming out for
23:47
a plan that’s gonna do that I think
23:49
there is a better way that is bold that
23:51
will cover more people and it’s the one
23:53
we should get behind senator Warren I
23:55
didn’t spend most of my time in
23:57
Washington I spent most of my time
23:59
studying one basic question and that is
24:02
she spent most of her time as a
24:03
professor at a job that she got from
24:05
claiming to be a Native American when
24:07
she wasn’t one when she was in fact not
24:09
Native American and had no reason to
24:11
think she was but she was making Native
24:13
American cookbooks because her mother
24:17
told her
24:17
that somewhere in the family line there
24:20
was a Native American that they had high
24:22
cheekbones yep my mother’s side of the
24:29
family know I know my mother’s side of
24:31
the family has also said that they think
24:32
there was some some Native far enough
24:35
back I haven’t ever tried to use that to
24:38
claim like to get a minority position
24:41
you already have a minority position
24:44
yeah but it’s kind of a you know some
24:50
people see it as a like negative
24:54
minority position so I’m minority and
24:57
I’ll be like well I’m Jewish and they’re
25:00
like oh so that’s even worse than white
25:02
and I’m like but I have MS but I do I’m
25:08
mature with MS there’s like there
25:12
couldn’t possibly be more than like a
25:14
thousand of us that’s true right she
25:21
speaks like she’s like a white female
25:22
Mike Tyson make it easier to get
25:26
long-term care insurance and strengthen
25:28
Medicaid in this state the state of Ohio
25:30
that it’s been hit by the opioid
25:32
epidemic we need to take on those pharma
25:35
companies and make them pay for the
25:37
addictions that they have caused and the
25:39
people that they have they muted or mic
25:48
for your response our senators Warren
25:51
and Sanders being realistic about the
25:53
difficulty of enacting their plans first
25:56
of all the plan we’re hearing discussed
25:59
is the Biden plan the one I put forward
26:01
build on Obamacare add a public option
26:04
we can go into that I can talk about
26:05
that if you like but here’s the deal I’m
26:07
the single most important topic facing
26:09
the American pump it I think it’s
26:12
straightforward with its own across the
26:15
toss for the $3 million years that is
26:20
more than a yearly basis than the entire
26:23
federal budget and we talk about how
26:26
we’re gonna pay for it the study reason
26:28
you think anyone has gamed out trying to
26:30
like
26:31
get Bernie so worked up that he dies Oh
26:37
getting all worked up like that one of
26:41
the debates so you just kind of topples
26:42
yeah like if one of the candidates are
26:44
gonna hear it look he’s doing it you
26:46
know you come tax if you make it for
26:47
fireman he’s due date this is all old
26:49
man five hundred thousand bucks a year
26:51
their tax is gonna go up about ten grand
26:54
that is more than we will possibly save
26:57
on this health care plan he’s trying to
26:58
have a plan put forward he worked up a
27:06
people defending a system which is
27:09
dysfunctional which is cruel eighty
27:13
seven million uninsured thirty thousand
27:16
people dying every single year five
27:18
hundred thousand people going bankrupt
27:20
for one reason they came down with
27:23
cancer I will tell you what the issue is
27:25
here the issue is whether the Democratic
27:27
Party has the guts to stand up to the
27:30
healthcare industry which made a hundred
27:33
billion dollars in profit whether we
27:36
have the guts to stand up to the corrupt
27:38
price-fixing
27:39
pharmaceutical industry which is
27:41
charging us the highest prices in the
27:43
world for prescription drugs head up we
27:45
don’t have the guts to do which
27:47
happening thanks Chris thank you for
27:50
giving us five bucks mister Albanese oh
27:55
wow thanks Chris Christopher Albanese
27:58
says sadly can’t actually watch this
28:00
because I’m in a hotel with terrible
28:01
Wi-Fi but I like when you guys do stuff
28:03
like this Cheers thanks a lot Chris we
28:05
really appreciate it and YouTube you can
28:07
account our money in one day on flowed
28:11
three years on Facebook in YouTube I
28:14
like float I like guys float float you
28:20
didn’t tell us what to do and we’ve made
28:22
$5.99 from it actually we make more than
28:26
that have we made important that yeah
28:28
we’ve made more than that yeah we made
28:31
like nine bucks
28:32
I’m liking float guys we just load as my
28:36
social media platform of choice it his
28:40
dad it was even before this but it
28:41
definitely is now so going through some
28:44
of the calm
28:46
Burnie will be one of the people dying
28:48
yeah I this is not who was it that’s it
28:52
yeah Aaron Nakamoto his blood pressure
28:54
must be high I I can’t imagine this was
28:55
like his doctors were signing off on him
28:57
doing a debate like this soon after
29:02
having heart surgery but it’s not
29:05
open-heart surgery so that actually
29:06
makes a little bit more so here they’re
29:08
good still haven’t talked they’re gonna
29:09
have him talk more than anyone else are
29:11
you thank you what’s that they’re trying
29:14
to kill him we will can you mention the
29:17
ratings if he died if you look at what
29:20
goes on in America today we have an
29:22
infrastructure which is collapsing we
29:25
can put 15 million people to work
29:27
rebuilding our roads our bridges our
29:29
water systems our wastewater plants
29:32
airports etc it is scary how much he
29:35
sounds like Donald Trump like just tweak
29:37
some of the phraseology of how he said
29:40
stuff and he pretty much this is the
29:42
Trump platform with some New Deal that I
29:46
have advocated plus the green up to 20
29:50
million jobs as we move away from fossil
29:53
fuel to energy efficiency and
29:55
sustainable energy we need workers to do
29:58
childcare we need workers great teachers
30:01
to come in to school systems which don’t
30:04
have the teachers that we need right now
30:06
we need more doctors we need more
30:08
dentists we need more carpenters we need
30:10
more treat mental workers and when we
30:12
talk about making public colleges
30:14
universities tuition-free when canceling
30:17
student debt we’re gonna have government
30:18
sheetrock workers what happened what did
30:20
that what was that or she what there we
30:26
go a universal basic income
30:27
why is giving people $1,000 a month
30:30
better than Sanders plan to get
30:33
guaranteeing them a job I am for the
30:36
series of a federal jobs guarantee but
30:38
you have to look at how it would
30:39
actually materialize in practice what
30:42
are the jobs who manages you what if you
30:44
don’t like your job what if you’re not
30:45
good at your job the fact is most
30:49
Americans do not want to work for the
30:51
federal government and saying that that
30:53
is the vision of the economy of the 21st
30:54
century to me is not a vision that most
30:56
Americans would embrace also
30:59
senator Sanders description of a federal
31:01
jobs guarantee does not take into
31:03
account the work of people like my wife
31:05
who’s at home with our two boys one of
31:07
whom is autistic we have a freedom
31:09
dividend of a thousand dollars a month
31:11
it actually recognized the work that is
31:13
happening in our families in our
31:15
communities it helps all Americans
31:17
transition because the fact is and you
31:19
know this in Ohio if you rely upon the
31:21
federal government to target its
31:22
resources you wind up with failed
31:24
retraining programs and jobs that no one
31:27
wants when we put the money into our
31:29
hands we can economies from our people
31:33
our families and our communities up it
31:34
will enable us to do the kind of work
31:36
that we want to do he is doing the sort
31:38
of positive changes to the fourth day
31:41
that we have to embrace as a party
31:43
senator book senator Booker a federal
31:46
jobs guarantee or those dollars a month
31:48
are those the best solutions there yeah
31:50
I’m just happy to be here so I’m happy
31:52
to get in finally as a great as a great
31:55
New Jersey and Yogi Berra said I am
31:57
having deja vu all over again I’m having
32:00
deja vu all over again first of all
32:01
because I saw this play in 2013 election
32:04
year we are literally using Donald
32:06
Trump’s lies and the second issue we
32:07
cover on this stage is elevating a lie
32:10
and attacking a statesman that was so
32:12
offensive he should not have to defend
32:15
ourselves and the only person sitting at
32:16
home that was enjoying that was Donald
32:18
Trump seeing that were distracting from
32:20
his malfeasance and selling out of his
32:23
office and I’m having deja vu all over
32:25
again because we have another healthcare
32:29
debate and we’re not talking about the
32:31
clear and existential threat in America
32:33
that we’re in a state that has had to
32:35
Planned Parenthood’s closed we are
32:38
seeing that’s the problem guys the the
32:44
Planned Parenthood that gets federal
32:45
funding and is giving forty-five million
32:48
dollars to Democratic candidates to win
32:50
that is the the existential crisis of
32:53
our time is lack of access to
32:57
taxpayer-funded abortions that is
33:00
absolutely gonna solve the health care
33:01
brought really I mean honestly if you
33:03
had enough abortions that might bend the
33:06
cost curve a little you have to have a
33:10
lot of them
33:12
almost all of them you have to have half
33:14
of them you could also just eat the
33:16
babies oh if they do a question from the
33:20
eat the babies person has been bad trade
33:22
policy the principle reason has been
33:25
about some more here’s here’s some more
33:27
trumpism not a repackaged as a Democrat
33:30
talking giant multinational corporations
33:33
that I have no loyalty to America they
33:35
have no loyalty to American workers they
33:38
have no loyalty to American consumers
33:40
they have no loyalty to American
33:42
communities they are loyal only to their
33:46
own bottom line I have a plan to fix
33:50
that and it’s accountable capitalism it
33:53
says you want to have in America then by
33:58
golly 40% of your board of directors
34:01
should be elected by your employees
34:03
that’ll make a difference you’re gonna
34:05
decide it Salameh hi no one is gonna
34:08
have no one no accountable capitalism
34:15
the government’s gonna tell you how to
34:16
run every aspect of your business so
34:20
instead they’re just gonna open their
34:21
headquarter somewhere else and ship all
34:24
the products in here and you lose that
34:27
tax base which is because it’ll probably
34:29
make it cheaper but accountable
34:34
capitalism accountable it’s like
34:36
compassionate conservatism certainly
34:42
Dora the Explorer’s gonna fix this right
34:44
you know I believe that we need to
34:46
address communities that are being
34:48
impacted by automation I’m even willing
34:50
to pilot something like ubi and to see
34:52
how that would work but I think we need
34:54
to focus on making sure that we spark
34:56
job opportunity for people across this
34:57
country as I mentioned earlier here in
34:59
Ohio in the latest job data Ohio is
35:02
losing jobs under Donald Trump he’s a
35:06
drinking game going on Midway I don’t
35:07
care what this guy’s to say he’s not
35:08
gonna it’s a mom and nakamoto drinking
35:11
game debate drinking game drunk but what
35:17
is it every time every time Booker says
35:19
Trump you’re only gonna drink like four
35:20
or five times because he’s not gonna
35:21
speak say anything how about every word
35:23
he
35:24
says that’ll get you drunk Oh countable
35:28
capitalism I don’t drink but I will take
35:30
a sip of water every time these people
35:34
piss me off poor working families we’d
35:38
invest in things like a little child
35:40
care so that we can definitely be shots
35:42
Andrews they’re smart they see what’s
35:50
happening around them their main street
35:51
stores are closing they see a self-serve
35:53
kiosk and every McDonald’s every grocery
35:55
store every CVS driving a truck is the
35:58
most common job in 29 states including
36:00
this one three and a half million truck
36:02
drivers in this country and my friends
36:04
in California are piloting self-driving
36:06
trucks what is that going to mean for
36:08
the three and a half million truckers or
36:09
the seven million Americans who work in
36:11
truck stops motels and diners that rely
36:14
upon the truckers getting it means
36:15
they’re gonna become sheet metal workers
36:17
for the federal government found us
36:19
every single day
36:20
senator Warren was looking for is how do
36:27
we strengthen America’s middle class I
36:30
don’t like how her head shakes while she
36:31
talks she’s like the final Karen like
36:37
when you’re the manager of a restaurant
36:39
and you’ve gone through multiple Karen’s
36:41
she’s the one you defeat to prove that
36:44
you are the ultimate restaurant man the
36:46
best manager you have to deal with the
36:48
final and an yang has the look of the
36:51
restaurant manager on his face right now
36:53
the restaurant manager that’s gonna
36:55
defeat the fun he’s not gonna be your
36:57
but he’s trying good try Andrew I I so I
37:04
I stopped at a restaurant at a grocery
37:08
store today to pick up some smoked
37:09
salmon if that’s a surprise to everyone
37:11
here but Matt but I might be a surprise
37:15
of the people on float this is their
37:16
first real if you haven’t watched a show
37:19
that probably surprises you otherwise
37:21
you probably could have guessed what I
37:23
was getting this at the store smoked
37:24
fish and they had closed down so it used
37:28
to be they were like I don’t know 10 or
37:30
11 aisles like cashier aisles
37:37
what’s that Oh Tosi’s on and she’s much
37:40
they look to uncertainty they don’t know
37:42
how this is gonna affect their jobs and
37:44
their everyday lives and I I agree with
37:46
my friend Andrew yang I think universal
37:48
basic income is a good idea to help
37:51
provide that security so that people can
37:53
have the freedom to make the kinds of
37:55
choices that they want to see this has
37:58
to do with my property deals that we’ve
38:00
seen in the past that have also driven
38:02
fear towards people losing the way that
38:05
they provide for their families really
38:08
what we need to do is look at how we can
38:10
best serve the interests of the American
38:11
people I do not believe a federal jobs
38:14
guarantee is the way to do that the
38:16
value that someone feels in themselves
38:19
and their own lives is not defined by
38:21
the job that they have but is intrinsic
38:23
to who we all are as Americans whatever
38:26
we choose to do with our lives and we
38:28
can’t forget that thank you very much
38:30
one of the industry’s most at risk from
38:33
a changing economy is the auto industry
38:36
General Motors used to be the largest
38:38
employer in Ohio now its 72nd today
38:42
thousands of GM workers here in Ohio and
38:45
across the country are on strike all of
38:48
you on the stage have voiced support for
38:50
these workers senator Booker one of the
38:53
latest impasses in negotiations involves
38:57
bringing jobs back from Mexico as
38:59
president how would you convince GM for
39:03
your reduction to the United States are
39:05
you scared of that one point I wanted to
39:06
make about Cory Booker scared of that
39:11
guy do you see how he’s looking at me
39:13
like they caught that who’s like any
39:21
$1,000 a month we have to start putting
39:24
the dignity back in work and number one
39:26
you start having trade deals not like
39:29
this thing that the president’s trying
39:30
to push through Congress right now that
39:32
gives pharmaceutical companies and other
39:33
corporations benefits and doesn’t put
39:35
workers at the center of every trade
39:38
deal we must make sure we are not
39:41
getting corporate tax incentives for
39:43
people to move jobs out of our country
39:45
but start to put the worker at the
39:47
center you mean like accountable
39:49
capitalism
39:51
Liz warns accountable capitalism plan
39:53
gives massive incentive for people to
39:55
move their jobs and businesses elsewhere
39:57
yeah it’s gonna that as Ross Perot said
40:01
you will hear the sound of a giant what
40:04
is it but the giant sucking sound echo
40:07
can’t finish damn a finish and a finish
40:10
you know you never actually just like
40:19
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40:20
just like George Bush never actually
40:22
said not Gallaudet would be prudent not
40:25
at this juncture you never said that but
40:28
we’re cimento roark same question for
40:31
you how would you convince GM to bring
40:34
production back to the United States
40:35
guns away I’ve met with these members of
40:39
the UAW
40:39
who are striking outside of facilities
40:41
in Cincinnati in Lordstown devastate you
40:45
want me to jump up on that platform
40:48
so much you can tell it was leaning on
40:51
it he wants so hard to our level in the
40:55
infrastructure around there what they
40:57
want is a shot and they want fairness in
41:00
how we treat workers in this country
41:03
which they are not receiving we get to
41:04
everyone part of the way to do that port
41:06
news this is stupid
41:08
important news we got a new high
41:10
donation from the lovely Miss Erin
41:14
Nakamoto gave us five dollars and one
41:16
cent say mr. bata so much fun let’s do
41:20
this every time we’re absolutely gonna
41:21
do this every time do I hear five
41:22
dollars and two cents no I know I’m okay
41:27
with that
41:28
but absolutely this is easily the most
41:32
money made from now on only on float
41:37
guys I’m probably gonna only do stuff on
41:39
Flo for now on if you can play whatever
41:42
we want we’re not gonna get destroyed by
41:45
like you know have our abilities just a
41:48
float exclusive show and then releasing
41:50
certain parts on YouTube I am strongly
41:52
considering that’s actually a great idea
41:54
I am strongly considering deactivating
41:57
my Facebook and only posting on float
41:59
and I don’t care if my family even knows
42:01
me anymore they text me they could text
42:04
me if
42:05
to find out some more they can join
42:06
float join float down the float app on
42:09
Android and iOS also I got the float app
42:13
on the iOS I got the beta yeah well I
42:19
would say it’s an alpha but look really
42:22
clear on the app on beta we look amazing
42:26
I look so hot
42:28
you look great too we both look good we
42:31
look good no we look really good we look
42:33
very clear good we’re too good-looking
42:37
we are two good-looking men if you guys
42:39
just tuned in Matt right spike Cohen two
42:42
good-looking men that’s actually the
42:45
most important news from today’s debate
42:47
nothing else from this evening just take
42:52
that in to continue this level of income
42:55
and wealth inequality and we cannot
42:57
afford a billionaire class whose greed
43:00
and corruption
43:01
so back before Bernie Sanders was a
43:05
millionaire yeah it was the millionaires
43:07
and the billionaires now it’s just the
43:08
billionaires now that he’s a
43:11
multi-millionaire we can have a billion
43:14
here’s the big really billion is the
43:20
more than if he’s worth like three
43:22
billion the four billion and up and
43:24
here’s we can top them they’re not good
43:27
we can’t have them and he’s worth for
43:29
bit we cannot have the 5 billion people
43:31
worth but that’s too many billions you
43:33
can’t have that many billions oh
43:35
speaking of a billion first of all let
43:37
me say this senator Sanders is right
43:40
there have been 40 years where
43:42
corporations have bought this government
43:45
and those 40 years have meant a 40-year
43:47
attack on the rights of working people
43:50
and specifically on organized labor and
43:52
the results are as shameful as senator
43:56
Sanders says you’re a hedge fund manager
43:58
sets it’s absolutely wrong it’s
44:01
absolutely undemocratic and unfair I was
44:04
one of the first people on this stage to
44:06
propose a wealth tax
44:08
I would undo every Republican tax cut I
44:11
need to know what you’re hedging on
44:12
corporate I need to know what this man
44:14
has has his hedge funds on to propose a
44:16
wealth tax so I can get in on that
44:18
mmm-hmm because whatever he’s banging on
44:22
would do really well under a well tax
44:24
I’m thinking like Dollar Tree and had a
44:27
race 90% of Americans have not had a
44:30
raise for 40 years if you took the
44:33
minimum wage 19 I don’t think that’s a
44:35
and just adjusted it for inflation you
44:37
get 11 that’s minimum wage how that like
44:41
how many people are making mitt like
44:43
that’s not the standard for whether
44:45
someone’s got a raise or not this guy
44:48
knows all that this is someone who’s
44:49
running to increase whatever he’s hedged
44:53
his bets on any of the policies that
44:56
everybody on this stage wants health
44:58
care probably crypto he’s probably
45:00
banking crypto to go for a wealth tax
45:02
break the power of these corporations
45:04
Thank You mr. sire Vice President Biden
45:06
you had warned against demonizing rich
45:10
people do you believe that senator
45:12
Sanders and Senator Warren’s wealth tax
45:14
plans do that no look I demonizing
45:18
wealthy what I talked about is how you
45:20
get things done and the way to get
45:22
things done is take a look at the tax
45:24
code right now the idea we have to start
45:26
rewarding work not just wealth I would
45:29
eliminate the capital gains tax that in
45:32
our word I would raise the capital gains
45:33
tax to the highest rate of 39.5%
45:37
I would double it but then I’d eliminate
45:39
why in god’s name should someone who’s
45:40
clipping coupons in the stock market
45:42
make in fact pay a lower tax rate than
45:45
someone who in fact is like I said a
45:48
schoolteacher and a firefighter it’s
45:50
ridiculous and they pay a tax
45:52
secondly the idea what he just asked me
45:54
why is someone who’s why would you clip
45:56
coupons at the stock market this guy’s
45:59
going senile did he just really just say
46:02
that he just said and I’m loose I think
46:05
I’m getting this verbatim why should
46:07
someone who’s clipping coupons at the
46:10
old stock market I wonder if he thinks
46:13
the stock market is a market where you
46:15
body like chicken stock like you get
46:19
Bowie on base at the market man that’s
46:22
not the stock so I was thinking that the
46:27
guy stole well no I was thinking stocks
46:29
or the like pre busing era
46:32
Oh God yeah that’s where that’s where my
46:36
head went man maybe he does mean oh my
46:41
god
46:42
he wants us to buy stock joe biden
46:49
aggregation is the universal lynching
46:54
plan explain that one matt with your
46:59
blessing apologize ‘m wait guys we had
47:04
an episode a few months backward matt I
47:07
like Joe Biden Hart Harbert right wait
47:11
into it one of the most detailed
47:13
synopsis questions on why busing was
47:16
awful that thing was awful it was a
47:18
problem created by Democrats and why why
47:21
Joe Biden saying something segregation
47:25
good that’s what I remember from that
47:26
man forced integration bad I faded
47:34
slightly at the end I thought I heard
47:35
something like now and forever and I was
47:38
like well that’s different so I changed
47:40
the subject anyway guys the point of all
47:44
that is that um where we talk oh I think
47:47
what he was trying to say is why should
47:49
people who clip coupons have to pay
47:52
higher taxes than people that are making
47:54
money on the stock market but it came
47:55
out something about clipping coupons at
47:58
the stock market but then also you’re a
48:00
firefighter and why should you have to
48:03
do why should you have to clip coupons
48:04
at the stock market if you’re a
48:07
firefighter I’m pretty sure he’s going
48:10
senile no yes he is the 90% coxinha III
48:16
he’s not doing well I can’t wait til he
48:18
tells us what the text to later Oh
48:22
politicians congressmen and Senators
48:25
saying all the right things offering the
48:28
most elegant we love the seat
48:30
prescriptions and nothing changes I
48:32
didn’t even realize it was unusual to
48:35
have empty factories that I would see
48:38
out the windows of my yeah Erin Nakamoto
48:40
who is probably my favorite candidate in
48:43
this entire series says
48:45
I might actually vote for Nakamoto said
48:50
if I didn’t get a raise in two years
48:51
time I would quit and find a job that
48:52
actually appreciates me
48:53
yeah tour isn’t already paying me well
48:57
to begin with like I write in 40 if
49:00
you’ve worked the same place 40 years
49:02
and they haven’t given you a raise I
49:05
think maybe move on because you’re still
49:08
making like sixty-seven cents or not
49:10
like it’s probably time to move on right
49:12
I’d say it’s time to move on I saw
49:14
someone recently that said described
49:15
themselves as a third-generation
49:17
fast-food worker I’m like did you
49:20
inherited that business like well that
49:27
Adams men you’re a man now
49:32
prior basket the great grandfather was a
49:39
cobbler they completely abandoned that
49:41
back in the 50s now they’re all fast
49:42
food workers like I mean maybe you could
49:46
move up you couldn’t be like are any of
49:47
you managers like do you work up the
49:49
ladder you just take you just you just
49:51
me hand it off hand off that head off
49:53
the torch of like operating operating
49:57
the the Patti flipper of course with
49:59
Andrew Yang he’s saying that they’re
50:01
gonna be out of jobs anyway so it
50:02
doesn’t get really there
50:03
they already happen exactly there aren’t
50:05
gonna be any fourth generation patty
50:06
workers they’re just gonna be making I’m
50:08
a fourth generation thousand
50:09
dollar-a-month maker like my old
50:11
grandpappy used to tell me checks in the
50:13
mail yep so probably should listen to
50:18
them oh good need to be the way taxing
50:21
wealth does battle the really really
50:26
billionaires are meant to be empowered
50:29
suit their accumulated wealth and it
50:31
just keeps growing
50:33
we need a wealth tax in order to make
50:36
investments in the next generation look
50:39
I understand that this is hard but I
50:42
think as Democrats we are going to
50:44
succeed when we dream big and fight hard
50:47
not when we dream small and quit before
50:50
we get started I would like to respond
50:52
to that senator clever shoppers I hate
50:55
this alley because you have different
50:57
ideas doesn’t mean you’re fighting for
50:59
regular
50:59
people I wouldn’t even be up on this
51:01
stage if it wasn’t for unions and the
51:03
dignity of work if my grandpa didn’t
51:06
have unions protecting him in those
51:07
mines he wouldn’t have survived if my
51:10
mom didn’t have unions but as a teacher
51:13
she wouldn’t have been able to make the
51:14
wages she made when my parents got
51:16
divorced so just because we have
51:18
different ideas and get to the same
51:20
place in terms of beating Donald Trump
51:23
and taking this on we are in Ohio we can
51:26
win Ohio in the presidency but only if
51:29
we unite if she’s actually doing pretty
51:33
good in this one what Matt yeah I mean
51:37
they’re letting her talk that’s true
51:40
out of the 12 Kamala Harris is not being
51:43
talked about or Sweden slips so far in
51:46
the polls she is so far back she is the
51:51
new Cory Booker right we would often
51:55
come home from school before she by the
51:56
way her voice is getting more
51:58
african-american stereotypical as this
52:01
debate goes by the end it’s gonna be
52:02
like you know I’m sad like it just keeps
52:04
getting more that’s not how she talks
52:06
and she’s taken on the Hillary Clinton
52:10
Ebonics
52:11
no way he’s tired I guarantee you she
52:14
has hot sauce somewhere on her person
52:16
right now just in case on ironically
52:20
like yes of course night I hear you even
52:23
ask me that table after everyone’s gone
52:26
to sleep and sitting there with his cup
52:28
of tea or coffee trying to figure out
52:30
how it’s gonna make how he’s gonna make
52:32
it work and he’s probably sitting there
52:33
deciding that on that minimum-wage job
52:36
that does not pay enough for him to meet
52:38
the bills at the end of the month he’s
52:40
gonna have to start driving an uber and
52:41
what does that mean that means that with
52:44
those two jobs he’s gonna miss his kids
52:46
soccer games that’s the reality for
52:48
Americans today which is why yes when I
52:51
pass when I get elected and and passed
52:54
this bill which will give the American
52:56
family who makes less than a hundred
52:58
thousand dollars a year a tax credit of
53:00
up to $6,000 a year that they can take
53:02
home it up to $500 a month that’s gonna
53:04
make a real that’s half of what Andrew
53:06
hang is offering and he’s not gonna
53:08
throw everyone in jail so you know I’m
53:11
Ivo
53:12
I mean at this rate we make more money
53:15
on float then from Andrew yang we could
53:21
just stay on float gets on float
53:27
that’s the Bernie said everybody get on
53:28
float they just make you speak money on
53:31
float everybody just get on float stay
53:33
on float download the new app for
53:35
Android and iOS for the iTunes Apple I
53:38
don’t know what you I don’t use those
53:39
things but she’s used if you have the
53:42
device from Apple you can do it on that
53:44
and then you’re making something like it
53:46
works out – they’re making like but it’s
53:48
like they’re making almost $15 an hour
53:51
we could all do that all day long that’s
53:55
actually a good rate hundreds of
53:57
billions of dollars and then put it into
53:58
our hands because we know best how to
54:00
use it
54:01
thank you yeah whew Congress would our
54:03
work do you think a wealth tax is the
54:05
best way to address income inequality
54:06
your response I think it’s part of the
54:08
solution but I think we need to be
54:10
focused on lifting people up and
54:13
sometimes I think that Senator Warren is
54:16
is more focused on being punitive or or
54:19
pitting some part of the country against
54:21
the other instead of lifting people up
54:24
and making sure this country comes
54:26
together around one of the solutions I
54:28
think of a woman that I met in Las Vegas
54:30
Nevada she’s working for jobs raising
54:33
her child with disabilities and any
54:35
American with disabilities knows just
54:37
how hard it is not and God my country
54:40
already some of those jobs working for
54:42
some of them like she wants to be a
54:45
black person watching these debates and
54:47
have someone go oh well what about the
54:51
black people and then like propose some
54:53
terrible thing that’ll hurt me like I
54:56
don’t like them well he didn’t say MS
54:58
but I don’t like them like bringing up
55:00
chronic health stuff mm-hmm like shut up
55:03
see a tech talk about being a corny
55:06
white guy I mean but if you think about
55:08
it recently the Democrats have like
55:10
they’ve done it for a while but recently
55:12
they’ve been doing it more where they’re
55:13
bringing in people with health problems
55:15
who’s saying oh well we you know we need
55:18
to bring light to this we need to bring
55:19
light to this and then when you try to
55:21
like hit them on that they’re like you
55:23
can’t hit that they’re like earlier I
55:25
think
55:26
was Andrew yang said something about the
55:28
mom raising Oh his his kid yeah right
55:32
and I mean Greta Thune Berg like your
55:38
favorite person go to foon Berg you know
55:43
anytime somebody starts hitting or they
55:44
were like you can’t hit you can’t hit
55:45
back at her she has autism or Asperger’s
55:48
or AFS 12 listen you come up there
55:56
you’re ruining my life you should have
55:57
to pay a lot more in taxes and
55:59
cap-and-trade and I don’t really I’m not
56:01
gonna try to articulate that – China
56:04
except for China trying to do whatever
56:06
they want everyone should go to the
56:07
India – they can just do anything and
56:10
then someone goes yeah but that’s a
56:11
terrible idea
56:12
you leave her alone she’s just a kid why
56:14
is she at the UN oh this is a bitch
56:17
fight I want to watch this
56:18
I don’t care for every baby in this
56:22
country early educational opportunities
56:27
universal pre-k no matter where you live
56:29
for every three-year-old and four years
56:32
will they see a tax increase
56:35
raising the wages of every childcare
56:38
worker and preschool teacher in this
56:41
country this is about Universal College
56:44
about investment in our HBCUs about real
56:48
sure that we get rid of the student loan
56:51
debt burden and you see that everybody
57:01
has their own plans and let me just say
57:03
that that the way that I view this is
57:05
born out of my own experience I grew up
57:07
like a bet a lot of folks in this room
57:09
grew up and folks that are watching on
57:11
TV I grew up with my twin brother
57:13
Joaquin in a single-parent household
57:16
where my mom was working hard to support
57:17
us and also her mom my grandmother and
57:19
we knew what it was like can you imagine
57:21
being the twin of someone it becomes
57:23
president and you’re like the one that
57:25
isn’t president yeah your name is
57:27
Joaquin and your name is Joaquin but not
57:30
be walking right but they’re just not
57:32
the Naoko person who looks like you and
57:37
you’re also not the person with your
57:39
name
57:40
you’re like a one-off of all of your
57:43
identity points right if for no other
57:46
reason
57:47
Julian Castro should never be president
57:50
for watch just for that just for what
57:53
key support Joaquin 2019 defend defend
57:58
Joaquin 2020 that’s raising the top
58:00
marginal tax well first of all I just
58:07
want to respond by you know we’ve got
58:10
one shouldn’t feel like there’s 12
58:12
people here they’re like five people
58:15
that just haven’t been talked to at all
58:16
I guess now because we have a different
58:23
plan to me is unacceptable I have seen
58:26
this script before it didn’t work in
58:28
2016 and it will be disaster for us in
58:32
2020 and so I have a different plan than
58:35
Elizabeth Warren I have a different plan
58:37
than many people on this stage and it
58:40
involves again fair taxes for the
58:42
richest we have a lot of work to do
58:43
there but we’ve had 20 years of
58:46
presidential debate
58:49
gentle reminder to everyone watching
58:51
that all taxes are paid by the consumer
58:56
I that I will think I’m in sympathetic
59:01
company with the folks watching on float
59:03
in case I’m not and anyone’s under any
59:08
disillusion here about taxes if you had
59:11
a 100 percent if no one was taxed except
59:14
people that made over I don’t know
59:17
whatever Bernie Sanders makes so anyone
59:20
who’s worth more than 500 million
59:22
dollars only they are paying taxes and
59:24
no one else below that is paying any you
59:27
know direct income or sales or any tax
59:31
tax is added to overhead so if you have
59:34
a business or you’re a wealthy person
59:36
it’s just added to your overhead and
59:39
then you pass that on and the products
59:42
that you give that you sell to people
59:44
and now they’re paying that tax and not
59:47
even realizing it because it’s been
59:48
added to the price of what they buy man
59:50
that is that it
59:53
Steyer has an ad during the debate
60:00
that’s well that’s called fuck you money
60:03
right that’s called fuck you money right
60:05
there that is Wow
60:11
he has an ad during the debate good for
60:14
you that was the most yes to ads history
60:17
when I called for his impeachment this
60:20
mustn’t paid so much money to CNN for
60:22
this this said it was too soon then as I
60:27
do now that doing the right thing was
60:29
more important this debate has been
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challenge with America I’m Tom Stipe I
60:41
need to thank Justin for the kava that
60:45
I’m drinking tonight by loving earlier
60:47
yeah and I’d like to thank Tom Steyer he
60:51
paid for this but they wouldn’t let him
60:53
do a third ad so he just paid for it to
60:55
just run to just be dark black with
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61:49
my one minute of Tom stair he really
61:58
wasn’t gonna get much speaking time so
61:59
he’s like let’s just buy ad buy it I
62:03
will be the most referenced person in
62:06
this
62:06
I have to pay for it that that is funny
62:11
but yes all taxes are paid by the
62:14
consumer which makes them inherently
62:16
regressive because the higher a
62:17
percentage of your income is used to buy
62:20
goods and services the de-facto higher
62:23
your actual tax rate is the more you are
62:25
paying indirectly to the government so
62:29
there is no way and that it doesn’t
62:31
matter how you set up your tax system
62:34
it’s gonna work its way down to the
62:37
consumer and we’re all consumers but the
62:41
more of a consumer you are the bit more
62:43
of a net consumer percentage-wise
62:44
consumer you are the more you’re gonna
62:46
pay in taxes so there is no tax on the
62:48
rich or tax on the rich we’ll always do
62:50
better in a system of taxation plus they
62:53
can also move their money around and
62:54
they can you know even give up their
62:56
citizenship they can do all sorts of
62:57
stuff to escape taxation it’s the little
63:01
people who vote for this stuff who
63:03
cannot so they’re so they’re yeah right
63:10
now this debates been on just another
63:14
ringing endorsement for the current
63:18
president this is I mean I’m not
63:23
anyone’s target demo for this or for a
63:28
Republican debate for that matter no if
63:31
we if we were to livestream the
63:32
Republican debate which I’m not even
63:34
sure where they’re airing those Oh
63:37
between Steve Walsh and Weldon yeah yeah
63:41
we’d be as incredulous watching that as
63:44
we are watching this yeah and it doesn’t
63:47
matter no matter what all of these
63:50
debates are just almost guaranteeing
63:52
Donald Trump wins again because Donald
63:59
Trump is his own worst enemy most often
64:03
they are reminding people of the fact
64:09
that they suck too so I don’t I don’t
64:13
see this I don’t unless you already were
64:17
gonna vote Democrat I don’t see people
64:18
watching this going yes this is
64:20
definitely I definitely want some of
64:22
this I definitely want some of this also
64:26
Julian Castro is making a huge mistake
64:28
not breaking into Spanish randomly
64:31
because in this crowded a field he could
64:34
he could do really well and end up
64:37
getting picked for vice-president solely
64:38
by like locking down the Hispanic vote
64:41
and he’s just he’s not doing what was
64:44
that that would be me getting text
64:51
messages on one of my computer’s oh god
64:53
I forgot to turn off the notifications
64:55
apparently somebody made oven-baked
64:59
s’mores and I’m guessing I’m not getting
65:04
any because it was a text message and
65:07
not a delivery so yeah it’s coming back
65:18
speaking of debate Matt right and I are
65:20
gonna be live commentating we’re gonna
65:22
be at the we’ll talk more about it later
65:25
but we’re gonna be in Florence South
65:26
Carolina on the second we will be the
65:28
official commentators for the South
65:30
Carolina libertarian debate more on that
65:33
later and we’re staying with somebody
65:37
yeah yeah we’re staying with vermin
65:39
supreme in an Airbnb project Veritas
65:47
video about fools watch it later no
65:55
transcript basically I would not have
66:06
withdrawn the troops and it would not
66:07
have drawn the additional thousand
66:09
troops who are in Iraq which are in
66:10
retreat now being fired on by a shot by
66:12
Assad’s people and the president honored
66:15
States saying if those those Isis folks
66:18
escape from the prisons are in they’ll
66:20
only go to Europe or won’t affect us it
66:22
has been the most shameful thing that I
66:24
hope that any president has done in
66:26
modern history in terms of foreign
66:29
policy something that is I’ve never seen
66:32
a time
66:33
and I spent thousands I mean situation a
66:35
lot of things are spent many hours in
66:36
the ground in those very places in Syria
66:39
and in Iraq and guess what you have not
66:41
been commandant your clothes Kurdistan
66:43
former and present are ashamed of what’s
66:46
happening here what I would do is I
66:48
would be making it real clear to Assad
66:50
that in fact where he’s going to have a
66:53
problem because Turkey is the real
66:56
problem here and I would be having a
66:58
real lockdown conversation with Iran and
67:02
letting him know that he’s gonna pay a
67:03
heavy price for what he has done now pay
67:07
that price just to clarify this for
67:09
vice-versa what do you want American
67:11
troops back in it up north I would want
67:13
those thousand troops to be protected by
67:16
air cover those thousand troops that are
67:18
being having to withdraw under fire make
67:21
it clear that they’re not going anywhere
67:22
and have them protected and worked my
67:25
way back toward what in fact needs to be
67:27
done protecting those Kurds they lost
67:30
their lives this is shameful shameful
67:34
what this man has done congresswoman
67:37
Gabbard here we go last week you said
67:40
that American troops should get out of
67:42
Syria now you don’t agree with how the
67:44
president handled the withdrawal what
67:46
would you have done differently how
67:47
would you have pulled out troops without
67:49
the bloodshed we’re seeing now first of
67:51
all we’ve got to understand the reality
67:53
of the situation there which is that the
67:55
slaughter of the Kurds being done by
67:57
Turkey is yet another negative
67:59
consequence of the regime change war
68:01
that we’ve been waging in Syria Donald
68:03
Trump has the blood of the Kurds on his
68:06
hand but so do many of the politicians
68:09
in our country from both parties who
68:12
have supported this ongoing regime
68:14
change war in Syria that started in 2011
68:16
along with many in the mainstream media
68:19
who have been championing and
68:21
cheerleading this regime change that but
68:27
New York Times and CNN have also smeared
68:30
veterans like myself for calling for an
68:33
end to this regime change war just two
68:36
days ago the New York Times put out a an
68:38
article saying that I’m a Russian asset
68:41
an Assad apologist and all these
68:44
different smears this morning a CNN
68:46
and tater said on national television
68:47
but I’m an asset of Russia completely
68:52
despicable as president I will end these
68:55
regime change wars by doing two things
68:58
ending the draconian sanctions that are
69:01
really a modern-day siege the likes of
69:03
which we are seeing Saudi Arabia wage
69:05
against Yemen that have caused tens and
69:07
thousands of Syrian civilians to die and
69:10
to starve and I would make sure that we
69:12
stop supporting terrorists like Al Qaeda
69:15
in Syria who have been the Ground Force
69:17
in this ongoing regime change war I’d
69:20
like to ask senator Warren if she would
69:23
join me in calling for an end to this
69:25
regime change war in Syria finally so
69:30
look I think that we got out of the
69:31
Middle East I don’t think we should have
69:33
troops in the Middle East but we have to
69:35
do it the right way the smart way what
69:38
this president has done is that he has
69:41
sucked up to dictators he has made
69:44
impulsive decisions that often his own
69:46
team doesn’t understand so it met a
69:52
theoretical tulsi gabbard
69:55
Andrew yang ticket how many are there
70:03
enough bronies and Comic Con attendees
70:08
to elect a presidential ticket I mean
70:15
Donald Trump got elected from 4chan
70:17
users it it’s possible cuz that would I
70:23
mean we’re talking about degrees of
70:25
terribleness but I I think I’d rather
70:28
have Tulsi and yang then Trump and pence
70:34
I think I think those are all terrible
70:38
options I mean it’s it’s all terrible
70:42
options oh here’s this so I’ll get back
70:47
to you on that because this is where
70:47
caddy they’re they’re pitting they would
70:49
have gone to Iraq in the first place I
70:51
think we need to get out of Afghanistan
70:52
but it’s also the case that a small
70:55
number of specialized Special Operations
70:58
Forces and intelligence capabilities
70:59
were the only thing that stood between
71:02
that part of Syria and what we’re seeing
71:04
now which is the beginning of a genocide
71:05
and the resurgence of Isis meanwhile
71:09
soldiers in the field are reporting that
71:10
for the first time they feel ashamed
71:12
ashamed of what their country has done
71:16
we saw the spectacle the horrifying
71:18
sight of a woman with the lifeless body
71:20
of her child in her arms asking what the
71:23
hell happened to American leadership and
71:25
when I was deployed I knew one of the
71:27
things keeping my smiie safe was the
71:29
fact that the flag on my shoulder
71:31
represented a country known to keep its
71:33
word and our allies knew it when and to
71:38
whom the mountain yards of Vietnam
71:43
unavailable for comment your response
71:45
absolutely so really what you’re saying
71:48
mayor Pete is that you would continue to
71:51
support having US troops in Syria for an
71:54
indefinite period of time to continue
71:57
this regime change war that has caused
72:00
so many refugees to flee Syria that you
72:03
would continue to have our country
72:05
involved in a war that has undermined
72:08
our national security you would continue
72:10
this policy of the u.s. actually
72:12
providing arms and support to terrorist
72:14
groups in Syria like Al Qaeda HTS
72:17
al-nusra and others because they are the
72:20
ones who have been the ground force in
72:22
this regime change war that’s really
72:24
what you’re saying you can embrace
72:27
or you can put an end to endless war
72:29
without embracing Donald the question
72:33
what we’re doing is an endless war if
72:35
it’s war please allow them to respond
72:39
what we are doing or what we were doing
72:41
in Syria was keeping our word so part of
72:45
what makes it possible for the United
72:46
States to get people to put their lives
72:48
on the line to back us up it’s the idea
72:51
that we will back them up to when I was
72:54
deployed not just the the Afghan
72:56
National Army forces but the janitors
72:58
put their lives on the line just by
73:00
working with US forces I would have a
73:01
hard time today looking at Afghan
73:03
civilian or soldier in the eye after
73:06
what just happened over there and it is
73:08
undermining the honor of our soldiers
73:11
you take away the honor of our sold
73:13
you might as well go after their body
73:14
armor next this president has betrayed
73:17
American values our credibility isn’t a
73:19
turd I will restore us credibility
73:21
before that’s finally too late senator
73:23
Sanders is is Turkey still a US ally
73:26
should they remain in NATO I’m sorry so
73:28
he’s in Turkey still a US ally should
73:30
they remain in NATO no Turkey is not a
73:33
US ally when they invade another country
73:37
and engage in mass slaughter the that
73:41
sounds exactly like an ally of ours I
73:42
was going to say that sounds exactly
73:44
like something we do it sounds like what
73:45
we’re doing right now what you’re just
73:47
saying we need to continue you know
73:49
slaughter differently not you know
73:51
compassionate it’s not slaughter
73:53
it’s Democratic slaughter Saudi Arabia
73:56
is an ally Saudi Arabia is an ally
73:59
Turkey not now I repeat the question
74:03
because I put sunny rabies an ally Oh
74:04
with Erdogan announced by tweet Trump
74:09
reverses that policy now you tell me
74:11
what country in the world will trust the
74:16
word of the President of the United
74:19
States no one did in other words what he
74:21
has done is wreck our ability to do
74:24
foreign policy to do military policy
74:27
because nobody in the world will believe
74:30
this pathological liar but this this is
74:33
really important because what this
74:35
president has done shows that American
74:37
leadership shapes the behavior of our
74:39
allies or sometimes allies to remember
74:41
the problem right now is not just that
74:43
with our competitors and for example a
74:45
place like China the people of Hong Kong
74:47
rise up for democracy and don’t get a
74:49
peep of support from the president it’s
74:51
not just the behavior of adversaries
74:53
like Russia but our by the way the Kurds
74:55
and the Syrians are now working together
74:57
against Turkey proving that other adults
75:01
are able to do things without the u.s.
75:04
involved
75:05
drone bombing their children did you see
75:08
the picture of the woman holding your
75:10
dead kid not that not the one from the
75:12
US drone attack or being shot by a US
75:15
soldier shelled by a US tank the one I
75:19
wanted you to talk about which was
75:21
caused by another country that totally
75:23
wouldn’t happen if the US hadn’t moved
75:25
50 troops from here to here
75:26
right this is an outrageous thing that
75:30
happened here and I think we need to
75:32
talk about this not only in terms of the
75:35
horror of what happened here with Turkey
75:37
but the fact that our president blew it
75:39
and now he’s too proud to say it and
75:41
what do we do now we continue that
75:43
humanitarian aid but then we work with
75:45
our allies to say come back Turkey and
75:48
stop this because what Mayor Peters just
75:51
said is true think about our allies
75:53
Israel how do they feel right now Donald
75:56
Trump is not true to his word when they
75:58
are oh my god what is he like it would
76:00
someone please think of Israel
76:02
that’s a Democrat please someone what is
76:11
happening on the Democratic stage the
76:17
anti-war Democrat is arguing to stay in
76:19
wars in arguing for Israel to help
76:22
Israel we can’t leave Syria what would
76:27
Israel think Israel is our ally doesn’t
76:32
keep its word his word is real meanwhile
76:40
the Israeli neo-cons
76:43
love Trump and the Israeli voters just
76:47
recently ousted the well it’s a little
76:50
more complex than that but the Israeli
76:53
voters aren’t a big fan of what’s going
76:55
with how things have been going on in
76:57
Israel but Israel Matt damn it Matt why
77:02
can’t our US foreign policy
77:04
be crafted to better factor in the
77:09
concerns of Israel just a little bit
77:13
more just visit this debate
77:25
I think I see why Joe Biden is slipping
77:28
more and more after each debate like
77:32
they’re slowly giving him minor brain
77:33
aneurysms every debate cuz he’s like
77:35
these aren’t Arctic what what is
77:37
happening did I get on the wrong stage
77:39
he’s just senile enough where he’s I
77:41
wait a second did I stumble into a
77:43
debate between Dick Cheney and Paul
77:45
Rumsfeld and Paul Wolfowitz because it
77:50
feels like it feels like I’m back in
77:53
back in the late nineties early 2004
77:57
award GOP debates I eyed Israel what
78:01
could he’s real big man so just think of
78:05
Israel and since why in the world would
78:08
you believe anything that this president
78:09
says to contain your nuclear weapons
78:11
program when he tore up an Iran nuclear
78:13
agreement that we just signed four years
78:15
ago which was a strongest agreement to
78:17
contain Iran’s nuclear weapons program
78:19
and now he’s abandoned the very people
78:22
that we gave our word to I would make
78:24
sure that we we work with our allies to
78:26
pressure Syria to stop he is element II
78:28
and also
78:33
Senator Booker the American intelligence
78:35
who is is trying to capitalize
78:39
cory booker so scared of black guys
78:42
dancing right now and he’s there in
78:44
Syria specifically would you do
78:48
America’s power imagine being so scared
78:51
of black people that marsley and that
78:54
this presidential is turning the moral
78:56
leadership of this country into a
78:58
dumpster fire we literally have great
79:01
generals like mattis who said on the
79:03
world stage the United States of America
79:06
there can be no better yes in the United
79:08
States of America and no better at no
79:10
greater enemy Josh cigarettes and I hope
79:13
I’m saying your last name correctly said
79:16
basically this debate a kid was killed
79:18
so she we should kill a thousand in
79:20
retaliation and armed terrorists
79:22
sincerely the US government that is
79:24
pretty much that’s pretty accurate to
79:26
the what they are calling for and he
79:29
also said fear porn and earlier he said
79:31
I was just at the Syrian border and
79:32
Turkey Biden is full of shit again was
79:36
just there this guy’s an idiot
79:37
people don’t want the us there the Kurds
79:39
there told me the us being there
79:41
destroyed their ability to fight their
79:42
revolution against the tyrannical
79:44
air-to-air to honor to say that the
79:54
Turkish president
79:57
which is why no one takes him seriously
80:00
because whenever they talk him to the a
80:01
and everyone then he puts him in prison
80:04
that’s why he’s tear periodical Easter
80:07
and imagine your whole life be like
80:09
what’s your name then you say one day
80:13
I’m gonna wait I’m gonna grow up and
80:15
you’re all gonna die sad with Putin that
80:20
he is with Merkel and macron and as my
80:23
as present United States I will stop
80:25
this and restore American integrity
80:27
abroad Thank You senator vice president
80:29
of Raqqa maybe doesn’t make me better or
80:32
worse but maybe the only person who
80:33
spent extensive time alone with Putin as
80:36
well as with Iran and Iran understands
80:40
that you talk about should he stay in
80:42
her own native he understands it he’s
80:44
out of NATO he’s in real trouble but the
80:46
fact of the matter is we have been one
80:48
willing in this administration because
80:50
Medellin ratting me remove raizy
80:51
president who knows not a damn thing
80:53
about foreign policy and operates out of
80:56
fear for zone reelection what think
80:59
what’s happened the fact of the matter
81:01
is you have Russia influencing and
81:03
trying to break up NATO what does the
81:06
president do he says I believe Vladimir
81:08
Putin I believe vitamin food and I don’t
81:10
believe are telling me a poop
81:15
but here look but his deal think what
81:18
that did he turns around and he
81:20
questions whether or not he’ll keep the
81:22
sacred commitment of Article five for
81:24
the NATO members if he is reelected I
81:26
promise you there will be no NATO our
81:30
security we vastly underrated under God
81:33
we will be in real trouble and with
81:35
regard to regime change in Syria that
81:37
has not been the policy we change the
81:39
regime it has been to make sure that the
81:42
regime did not wipe out hundreds and
81:44
thousands of innocent people between
81:46
there and the and the Iraqi border and
81:49
lastly and I apologize for going up but
81:52
lastly what is happening in Iraq is
81:55
going to be a red mean excuse me in
81:57
Afghanistan as well as all the way over
81:59
to Syria we have Isis it’s going to come
82:02
here they are going to oh my god this is
82:06
george w bush if we don’t engage in
82:11
endless war around the world Isis is
82:14
going to come here and kill us in our
82:16
homes because it’s impossible for them
82:19
to get on a plane and do it right now I
82:27
by the way there’s no way to remove
82:29
turkey from NATO there’s no I just
82:31
looked up there’s no provision there’s
82:33
no way of removing a member nation from
82:35
NATO out there terrorists are gonna come
82:44
here here’s this be hold Russia
82:46
accountable for invading the world’s
82:48
greatest democracy and being able to do
82:50
it thanks to Donald Trump functionally
82:52
with impunity so far so much so that I
82:56
don’t know man I think Cambridge
82:57
analytic I did a lot more with Facebook
82:59
than anyone did with Donald Trump its
83:01
president so if there are not
83:03
consequences we will continue to see
83:04
this problem going forward but in
83:07
addition yeah they must to answer the
83:09
previous question that you asked how do
83:10
we stand up to Russia on the global
83:12
stage
83:13
want to do that by renewing did he just
83:15
do the Spanish thing
83:20
did he just say in addition in Spanish
83:24
everything that we want to accomplish
83:26
militarily around the
83:28
and the Kurds our case in point in fact
83:31
because we turned our backs on them
83:33
those Kurds who fought for us in Syria
83:37
helped to defeat Isis not just for
83:39
themselves but for the United States of
83:40
America it makes it more likely that we
83:43
will have to send another generation of
83:44
servicemembers to fight those battles
83:46
there and then lastly as general mattis
83:49
who’s invoked earlier has said we have
83:51
two powers one of intimidation and one
83:53
of inspiration we need to now focus on
83:56
that latter power and make sure that we
83:58
invest in diplomacy in our State
84:00
Department and peacefully and non
84:02
violently resolving our foreign policy
84:04
goals not on the backs of 18 and 19 and
84:06
20 year olds anymore but making sure
84:09
that our diplomats are invested in how
84:11
the focus necessary by this next
84:13
president to make sure that they can
84:14
accomplish those goals for a country and
84:16
for the world
84:17
Thank You congressman mr. steyr would
84:19
you publicly reveal what the u.s. knows
84:21
about putin’s corruption or work to
84:24
freeze his bank accounts please respond
84:26
absolutely as far as I’m concerned mr.
84:30
Trump’s America first program which
84:32
involves having no plans having no
84:35
process and having no partners is proved
84:38
to be a disaster in Syria it’s proved to
84:41
be a disaster in terms of our response
84:43
to Russia’s attacking our democracy and
84:46
more than that when we look at the
84:48
problems around the world
84:49
the idea that the United States is going
84:51
to act unilaterally against a country
84:53
without the support of our traditional
84:55
allies makes absolutely no sense I mean
84:58
let’s laterally the most imbuing
85:00
international problem that we’re facing
85:02
which no one has brought up which is
85:04
climate we can’t solve the climate
85:07
crisis in the United States by ourselves
85:09
it’s an international leader for them
85:14
right and they they grow a u.s. worth of
85:18
new pollution every 10 years so it
85:21
really isn’t even our thing at this
85:23
point but by the oil and gas companies
85:25
but any problem that we’re going to do
85:27
but specifically climate we’re gonna
85:29
have to lead the world morally we’re
85:32
gonna have to lead it technologically
85:33
financially and commercially this is the
85:35
proof that this kind of America first go
85:38
it alone trust nobody and be
85:40
untrustworthy
85:41
the worst idea I’ve ever heard and I
85:44
would change it on day one in every
85:46
single light
85:47
mr. yang your response to Putin in
85:50
Russia of course we have to look at the
85:53
chain of events how did we get here the
85:55
fact is we were falling apart at home so
85:57
we voted in Donald Trump and he’s now
85:59
led us down this dangerous path with
86:01
erratic and unreliable foreign policy we
86:04
have to let Russia know look we get it
86:06
we’ve tampered with other elections
86:08
you’ve tampered with our elections and
86:10
now isn’t a stop and if it does not stop
86:12
we will take this as an act of hostility
86:14
against the American people I believe
86:16
most Americans would support me on this
86:17
but Russian hacking of our democracy is
86:19
an illustration of the 21st century
86:21
threats artificial intelligence cyber
86:24
security climate change loose nuclear
86:27
material military drones and non-state
86:30
actors these the threats they’re going
86:32
to require our administration to catch
86:33
up in terms of technology we all know we
86:36
are decades behind the curve on
86:37
technology we saw when Mark Zuckerberg
86:39
testified at Congress the nature of the
86:41
questioning as commander gee I don’t see
86:50
a moral equivalency between our country
86:52
and Russia Oh someone who has shot down
86:55
planes over Ukraine who is poisoned
86:58
because the US has never shot down time
87:00
but what we need to do to protect
87:02
ourselves from Russia invading our
87:04
election this wasn’t meddling that’s
87:06
what I do when I call my daughter on a
87:08
Saturday night and ask her what she’s
87:09
doing sorry
87:11
this was much more serious than that
87:13
this was actually invading our election
87:16
so to protect ourselves in 2020 what we
87:18
need one backup paper ballots in every
87:21
single state that is the bill that I
87:23
need and we need to stop Mitch McConnell
87:26
from stopping that from happening and
87:27
then we need to stop the social media
87:29
companies from running paid political
87:32
ads including ones last time in rubles
87:34
without having to say where those ads
87:37
came from and who paid for them that’s
87:39
the honest ads Act that’s a bipartisan
87:41
bill that I lead and we can’t wait to be
87:44
President to get that done we need to
87:46
get it done now the US has murdered
87:51
heads of state and candidates
87:55
that they didn’t like toppled entire
88:01
governments that they did not like they
88:04
didn’t like them they don’t he said the
88:05
thing you didn’t say it nicely
88:09
yeah but Russian Allah states the United
88:13
States has interfered in more elections
88:16
than any other country ever and in the
88:19
most brutal ways the United States
88:23
introduced the term Banana Republic
88:27
comes from when there was a government
88:30
in Honduras
88:32
that wasn’t aligning with the interests
88:34
of the Delmonte corporation and so the
88:38
US government introduced some kind of
88:40
like blight or some kind of pester or
88:44
something that like decimated their
88:47
banana crop that toppled led to a
88:50
popular revolt against their their
88:55
government and and replaced with a u.s.
88:58
friendly regime there’s a bunch of other
88:59
stuff assassination assassinations and
89:01
things happen but but Putin bought some
89:04
ads on Facebook it’s totally the same
89:07
totally the same thing totally the same
89:11
thing in Texas when he’s shown surveyed
89:15
them more than 80 percent feared that
89:18
they would be a victim of a mass terror
89:21
attack like the one in El Paso that was
89:23
targeted at Mexican Americans and
89:25
immigrants inspired in part I’m mad that
89:27
Julian has allowed robert francis over
89:31
or just use more spanish to out hispanic
89:35
him by the way oh
89:40
Julianne’s really done is bring up his
89:42
twin brother Joaquin mama nakamoto said
89:48
9/11 yes 9/11 that’s that’s this debate
89:54
that’s literally this bait is just no
89:56
one’s actually referenced no they don’t
89:58
even say 9 eliminating where they go
89:59
Israel did you see the guy that was
90:07
defending
90:07
Beto’s buyback program
90:09
and he’s like it’s not a it’s not
90:11
confident and Ettore buyback it’s like
90:13
getting a license like if you want to
90:16
drive a car you get a license if you
90:19
have an ar-15 you have a bike bag it’s
90:22
not it was the most that that would be
90:29
like saying all cars that can go over a
90:32
hundred and thirty miles an hour you
90:33
have to sell it back to the government
90:35
sell it back you have to sell it to the
90:37
government for way less than its market
90:39
value right we’ll take it if you think
90:43
about it if it was an actual free market
90:45
thing and you’re buying it back suddenly
90:48
the neat the need the need for it has
90:51
gone way up and they’re like no we’re
90:52
buying it so the price would
90:54
automatically skyrocket of course right
90:56
and they’re good not gonna pay that no
90:59
no they’re paying nickels but meanwhile
91:01
there was a study on this buyback plan
91:04
that there are people gaming it they
91:06
like they find out the exact definition
91:08
being used for gun and they make these
91:10
like ridiculous things that could never
91:12
fire and show up and get like $150 gift
91:14
cards there was a guy who like took like
91:16
30 bucks worth worth of wooden scrap
91:19
metal and made a bunch of shotguns and
91:21
got like I don’t know several thousand
91:23
dollars in gift cards for stuff that
91:26
like he made in his in his garage
91:28
because you know these gun buybacks are
91:30
no questions asked no you know you don’t
91:32
have to explain where you got them they
91:33
don’t have to have any kind of
91:34
registration or anything you just hand
91:36
them to them and and they give you a
91:39
gift cards so if you have a buyback in
91:41
your area find out what the definition
91:43
is and see how you can legally create
91:45
something that isn’t really a gun but
91:47
meets their definition so you get some
91:48
of that sweet gift card money it’s that
91:51
sweet sweet Walmart Walmart Amazon gift
91:55
cards register at Target there in order
91:58
to do that listening to my fellow
91:59
Americans to those moms who demand
92:01
action to those students who March for
92:03
our lives we said no definitely not
92:07
here’s here’s bado to explaining why you
92:11
know the most murderous organization in
92:14
modern history or one of the most
92:18
murderous definitely the most murderous
92:20
one in the Americas should
92:23
your guns for me political or personal
92:26
everyone on this stage is determined to
92:28
get something done everyone on this
92:30
stage recognizes a release I thought we
92:33
did that the problem is not other
92:35
Democrats who don’t agree with your
92:37
particular idea of how to handle this
92:38
the problem is the National Rifle
92:40
Association and their enablers in
92:42
Congress and we should be united in tech
92:44
Majan thinking that the National Rifle
92:46
Association who has supported more gun
92:49
control acts than they’ve been really
92:52
opposed to is actually a gun rights
92:55
group the National Rifle Association so
92:57
there are many gun control laws in place
93:00
right now starting mostly starting
93:03
pretty much with the National Firearms
93:05
Act of 1934 every single gun control law
93:08
on the books right now every federal one
93:13
has the support of the NRA almost all of
93:18
them were sponsored or at least
93:21
partially written by the NRA including
93:25
the National Firearms Act which is the
93:26
biggest one out of all of them the NRA
93:32
actually supported the the assault
93:35
weapons ban when it first passed because
93:38
Ronald Reagan supported it and then and
93:40
then they they later backed off and said
93:42
they didn’t support that anymore but
93:44
they even supported that yeah so the NRA
93:48
if you want if you if you really feel
93:50
the need to join a gun rights lobby
93:55
group you join the National Association
93:57
for gun rights and the gore the gun
94:01
owners gun owners the American gun
94:03
ownership America we’re both where you
94:05
join some kind of militia or something
94:07
but but you don’t join the NRA you do
94:10
not join the NRA because the NRA has
94:13
here here’s the the hierarchy of the
94:16
hierarchy pyramid for for the NRA gun
94:22
rights or gun manufacturing companies
94:25
police unions and you know the people
94:29
that will actually come to take your
94:30
guns and or actually I guess probably
94:34
the Republican Party and then police
94:36
unions
94:36
if at any point your right to own guns
94:39
doesn’t align perfectly with all three
94:42
of those interests you will the NRA will
94:46
take their side over yours so anytime
94:48
that’s why the NRA has been strangely
94:50
silent about red flag laws because the
94:52
police unions are pushing hard for it
94:54
and the top politician right now in the
94:57
in the Republican Party Donald Trump
94:59
supports them as well and the gun
95:01
manufacturers are largely silent on this
95:04
right now
95:05
so the NRA is absolutely not your friend
95:08
the NRA is the Rand Paul of gun rights
95:11
organizations did you know Chris
95:16
Reynolds is in the comments is he yeah
95:19
he’s common sense oh I saw that but I
95:24
didn’t know who it was
95:25
I didn’t know who was either well
95:27
welcome to our good friend personal
95:29
injury attorney Chris Reynolds attorney
95:30
at law who is very sure right now yeah
95:33
and I the NRA is sorry sounded like the
95:41
voice of reason there I just keep
95:44
thinking of how close we are to finally
95:46
getting something done on this I’m
95:48
looking at the mayor of Dayton I met one
95:50
of the survivors from that shooting Oh
95:53
are they still talking about this yeah
95:58
it’s a it was a mass shooting it’s what
96:00
they’re gonna go on until they get more
96:03
gun control wait wasn’t this the Liz
96:04
Warren supporter yeah I wonder if they
96:08
mention that probably not you think they
96:10
mentioned that he was a Liz Warren
96:12
supporter no they left that out and that
96:16
he was targeting a cowboy bar presumably
96:18
because he thought there’d be a lot of
96:20
conservatives in there wonder if that
96:23
came up cuz I’d have to think if there
96:25
had been a Republican to be they would
96:29
have asked Donald Trump about the El
96:31
Paso shooter even though he said he
96:32
wasn’t a charm supporter but he
96:36
supported some of the same things Trump
96:37
does I have to think that would come up
96:40
not here though interesting style
96:42
weapons as well why not a mandatory I’m
96:44
gonna keep sexting with me while we’re
96:47
doing this show and it’s really
96:49
distracting
96:50
well shout out to them that’s a tip huh
96:55
they apparently want the tip oh hey Oh
97:00
Chris says the show is much better when
97:02
we get to see more spiked chests here
97:04
I you know I this is what is an
97:06
executive decision I was originally
97:09
going to wear something open collar so
97:11
you could get a little bit of the the
97:12
Jew mane here but I ultimately decided
97:16
against it
97:17
because I felt like you guys should
97:21
watch actually you know what it probably
97:23
would be good to distract from these
97:24
people I mean I can kind of just like do
97:29
this number here if you want is that
97:30
helpful everyone I can get is that gonna
97:33
go some more tips
97:34
Jacob Jacob LaBelle’s in the comments
97:37
too it’s good to see it’s good to see
97:38
our Facebook regulars all over here yeah
97:43
hey Jacob thanks for joining us this is
97:45
nice I’m like and I’m like and I’m like
97:47
a tower crew over here yeah
97:49
loving the Facebook regulars over here
97:51
on float hopefully we all just joined
97:54
float but how great would it be if like
97:57
we had had like a you know if enough a
98:01
few million people joined float and all
98:04
tuned in to us that’d be great that
98:08
would be great I’d literally just go on
98:10
Facebook to wish my cousin’s a happy
98:13
birthday yeah there would be really no
98:18
reason to go there none all pretty much
98:21
almost no reason except for the chance
98:24
to possibly get banned more than we
98:26
already are which at that point wouldn’t
98:28
matter so be fun be like a game this is
98:30
a serious matter
98:32
I have personally hugged more mothers of
98:36
homicide victims than I care to god how
98:41
many of them the people that you locked
98:42
up for I was gonna say yeah how many
98:45
many names of people you put in jail did
98:48
you hug Kamala Harris put several
98:52
thousand mothers of teenage children
98:55
that they didn’t have control of in jail
98:59
for their teenagers being truant then
99:02
they put the teenagers and
99:04
foster care cuz that fixed it Oh
99:08
insurance he went up afterwards so I
99:11
didn’t it didn’t fix truancy sort of
99:13
like how he has locked up more black
99:16
people than any non-federal official in
99:19
history it’s all off the streets and not
99:24
be able to be sold for ten years recent
99:27
studies show that mass violence went
99:29
down when that occurred no way to deal
99:32
with those it was already going down in
99:34
the canoe he’s talking about the assault
99:35
weapons ban the assault weapons ban the
99:38
murder rate was going down already it
99:42
continued to go down during the assault
99:43
weapons ban and then after the assault
99:45
weapons ban expired and was not renewed
99:47
it then continued to go down it is still
99:51
going down now there was like a brief
99:53
uptick in 2015 still nowhere near the
99:58
levels from even five or six years prior
100:00
the violent crime rate has been steadily
100:03
dropping for years regardless of what
100:06
happened with gun gun laws it’s almost
100:08
as though gun laws really don’t factor
100:11
into the murder rate in the US
100:13
especially like who put out that study
100:16
somebody put out that study they came
100:18
out this week that more people are
100:20
stomped to death than shot by rifles
100:24
we’re killed by rifles I got 50 cents
100:26
from Aaron Nakamoto for more chest hair
100:28
I mean I got to give the people what
100:31
they want you got to give the people
100:33
what give the people what they want
100:37
personal injury attorney Chris Reynolds
100:39
attorney losses oh yeah that’s the
100:40
stuffs fight I Chris I so I almost wore
100:43
my Chris Reynolds patch almost but again
100:49
I just didn’t want to distract I didn’t
100:51
want to be a distraction guys so so
100:56
instead just do this cuz that’s way less
100:58
distracting can we please stop with the
100:59
guns
101:00
Jefferson and Fort Worth a cop showed up
101:03
at 2:00 in the morning at her house when
101:05
she was playing video games with her
101:06
name
101:06
her nephew he didn’t even announce
101:08
himself and within four seconds he shot
101:11
her and killed her through her home
101:12
window disarmed the home I am NOT gonna
101:16
give these police officers another
101:18
reason to go door to door in certain
101:20
communities because police violence is
101:22
also gun violence yes turning to an
101:29
issue here in Ohio and around the
101:32
country the opioid safe about guns when
101:36
he said that yeah the moment he’s done
101:38
anything about police violence is also
101:40
gun violence by the way opioids
101:45
if someone says please take opioids too
101:48
they’ll just shut up about that
101:50
that was funny he said police violence
101:54
is gun violence and they said now moving
101:55
on what about Israel Matt what about
102:02
Israel what is Israel gonna think of all
102:04
this Amy what about Israel Klobuchar
102:09
access and access to jobs is difficult
102:13
well I want to thank her for this
102:15
question this is something that should
102:19
never have happened to begin with I
102:20
remember when I was a prosecutor these
102:22
were not the kind of cases that were
102:24
coming in our door and it’s gotten worse
102:26
and worse and we now know why as the
102:29
evidence is coming out of she just she
102:33
just said this wasn’t who we were
102:35
supposed to prosecute because now it’s
102:37
like more white people the the Dave
102:42
Chappelle yes where Dave Chappelle said
102:46
I find myself not caring she just said
102:49
these weren’t the kind of prosecutions
102:51
we were supposed to do you know rural
102:53
white ones that way I don’t think she
102:58
meant in that way but that’s what of
102:59
what she said I don’t know if anybody
103:01
saw that today top drug distributors to
103:04
pay 18 billion to settle opioid lawsuits
103:07
because it’s definitely their fault it’s
103:12
definitely their fault yeah it’s the
103:13
people who made its fault it’s not the
103:15
doctors who over prescribed it it’s not
103:17
the
103:19
that they just prescribed prescribed put
103:23
prescribe drugs to fix everything yeah
103:29
all the people that voluntarily put them
103:31
in their mouths and swallowed hmm I mean
103:36
if I could definitely lose 18 billion
103:37
sweet sweet opiate you jump on this man
103:41
the feeling’s I took during all the
103:44
times to quit doing heroin Matt no I
103:46
know I’m right to be pursued by Crais
103:49
Thank You senator mr. steyr how would
103:51
you address the opioid epidemic that
103:53
exists here in Ohio and around the
103:55
country please respond well I think this
103:58
is one of the most heartbreaking
104:00
experiences that America has had seventy
104:02
two thousand people died of opioid
104:05
overdoses last year and that’s not only
104:07
a tragedy for them it’s a tragedy for
104:09
their family in their communities and so
104:11
I think we have to treat this as a
104:13
health crisis we have to move the
104:15
resources and the support there to try
104:18
and help people but I think that senator
104:20
Klobuchar makes a good point the reason
104:22
I’m running for president is that we
104:25
have a broken government and we have a
104:27
broken government because corporations
104:29
have bought it and every single one of
104:31
these conversations is about that broken
104:33
government companies buying the
104:36
government in getting what they want
104:37
it’s about the gun manufacturers buying
104:40
the government and get what we want to
104:42
break the corporate stranglehold on our
104:44
government I’ve put forward actual
104:47
structural changes including term limits
104:49
a national referendum the end of the
104:52
idea that corporations are people and
104:54
have the rights of American citizens
104:56
politically and make it a lot easier to
104:58
vote these corporations have taken over
105:01
our government and 72,000 are the tragic
105:05
mr. mr. yang you want to decriminalize
105:08
the possession and use of small amounts
105:11
of opioids including heroin how would
105:14
that solve the crisis that’s exactly
105:17
right and we have to recognize this is a
105:18
disease of capitalism run amok there was
105:21
a point when there were more opiate
105:22
prescriptions in the state of Ohio than
105:24
human beings in the state of Ohio and
105:26
for some reason the federal government
105:28
thought that was appropriate they ended
105:30
up levying a 600 million dollar fine
105:31
against Purdue Pharma
105:32
sounds like a lot of money until you
105:34
realize that company made thirty billion
105:36
dollars they got a two percent fine and
105:38
they killed tens of thousands American
105:41
of Americans ate an hour so if the
105:43
government turned a blind eye to this
105:45
company spreading a plague among its
105:47
people then the least we can our
105:49
resources to work in our community so
105:51
our people have a fighting chance to get
105:52
well even though this is not a money
105:54
problem we all know this is a human
105:56
problem and part of helping people get
105:59
the treatment that they need is to let
106:00
them know that they’re not going to be
106:01
referred to a prison cell
106:03
they’ll be referred to treatment and
106:05
counseling
106:06
I talked to an EMT in New Hampshire and
106:09
he said he saves the same addicts over
106:11
and over again because the fact is after
106:13
you save someone who’s OD’ing you just
106:15
bring them back to their house and they
106:16
OD again the following week so we need
106:18
to decriminalize opiates for personal
106:20
use we have to let the country know this
106:22
is not a personal failing this was a
106:24
systemic government failing and then we
106:26
need to open up safe consumption and
106:28
safe injection sites around the country
106:29
because they save lives Thank You mr.
106:32
yang Congressman O’Rourke is
106:33
decriminalizing opioids part of the
106:36
solution please respond yes it is for
106:38
many of the reasons that mr. yang just
106:40
described and also just from some
106:42
personal experiences but if we soak I
106:45
want to know if beta is gonna be okay
106:47
with a decriminalizing cocaine as well
106:50
decriminalizing the simple burglary and
106:52
DUI criminalizing decriminalizing duis
106:59
which is also a very popular libertarian
107:01
platform I’m gonna be asking the
107:03
candidates that I really want to try in
107:05
between now and then that where we
107:07
become the actual moderators of the
107:09
debate I think that that would be
107:12
helpful I think I want to take this
107:14
moment to announce a letter-writing
107:15
campaign to Stuart flood the chair of
107:18
the South Carolina Libertarian Party to
107:21
have whoever mount Matt Welsh is
107:23
replaced by me and Matt as the
107:27
moderators and also we come up with the
107:31
questions wait Matt Welsh is the
107:35
moderator yes
107:38
Matt they aren’t gonna replace him with
107:41
us
107:41
who’s Matt well
107:45
he’s a writer for like the examiner I
107:50
think oh yeah oh that guy yeah go ahead
108:02
put your lips away this guy that’s like
108:04
they’re not gonna replace it Welsh with
108:07
us he’s like that at one of the editors
108:09
of Reason right yeah I was like he’s
108:13
either with the Washington Examiner or a
108:15
reason I don’t remember which I mean if
108:16
you want to write the letter go ahead
108:19
Godspeed
108:20
but I I have a feeling man we got KC
108:24
meth on here as well he’s a wolf Roo
108:27
here yeah we we have our entire I know
108:31
Sarah and reg was on for a little bit
108:33
like we we had our entire like Facebook
108:35
crew Sarah and array I wonder if she’s
108:37
busy doing something and so Sarah
108:55
indirect I don’t have a segue but Casey
109:02
met Jason hub at Casey hey Casey the
109:08
whole crews here I’m really liking float
109:10
guys I’m not gonna lie please say
109:12
something in Spanish phrase in please
109:14
respond
109:14
yes I am they need to be held
109:16
accountable not only financially but
109:18
also criminal penalties and you know you
109:21
can grow some ice between making sure
109:23
that we hold executives accountable
109:25
whether it’s these drug manufacturers or
109:27
Wall Street executives that should have
109:29
been held accountable a decade and a
109:31
half ago thank you you were
109:34
intentionally not speaking Spanish with
109:38
you yes absolutely I totally support
109:41
that 100% my name is Julian cast Castro
109:47
like the like the most non rolled or
109:50
ever cast a row it’s my name
109:59
this debate sure does mark your return
110:02
to the campaign yeah okay go ahead and
110:03
finish your point and then I’ll ask my
110:05
questions I’m more than happy to answer
110:07
your question but I want her to pick up
110:08
one what camera and Cory and others have
110:10
said let’s take a deep breath take a
110:12
look at this opioid epidemic
110:14
you have the executive CEOs of major
110:18
pharmaceutical companies making ten
110:21
systems and in this particular case with
110:25
the opioids they knew I’d like to thank
110:28
them for a moment for letting me be
110:30
alive things for me for living with my
110:34
heart is beating I’d like to be thankful
110:36
for that but I want to take all their
110:39
money all the same billion dollars in
110:40
profit this is what unfettered
110:44
capitalism is doing to this country I
110:47
want only fettered capitalism that
110:49
allows me to be a multimillionaire
110:51
we need more multimillionaires of me no
110:55
no more billionaires billionaires I
110:58
don’t want anyone to be richer one penny
111:00
more than me is too much money it’s
111:03
unacceptable
111:06
buddy wrote a book everybody would be
111:10
millionaires like me I loved when he
111:12
said oh they’re gonna talk about how we
111:14
had a heart attack but but there is a
111:17
question on a lot of people’s minds and
111:19
I want to address it tonight
111:20
you’re 78 years old and you just had a
111:22
heart attack how do you reassure
111:25
Democratic voters that you’re up to the
111:26
stress of the presidency well let me
111:29
invite you all to a major rally we’re
111:32
having in Queens New York
111:34
Bernie Sanders calm we’re gonna have a
111:36
special guest at that event and we are
111:40
gonna be mounting a vigorous campaign
111:42
whoo all over this country that is how I
111:45
think I can assure the American people
111:48
but let me take this moment if I might
111:50
to thank so many people from all over
111:54
this country including many of my
111:56
colleagues up here for their love and
111:58
before they express for their well
112:00
wishes and I just want to thank you from
112:02
the bottom of my heart and I’m so happy
112:04
to be back here with you this evening
112:07
special guests we could take bets on who
112:14
his special guest is I bet it’s
112:16
Alexandra occasional Cortez who’s gonna
112:18
endure some mmm that makes perfect sense
112:23
actually did you hear that Elizabeth
112:25
Warren has apparently been courting
112:29
Andrew Gilliam the failed Tallahassee
112:33
mayor and the failed gubernatorial
112:34
candidate from here in Florida to be her
112:37
VP why I don’t know he lost a very
112:45
winnable election for him in 2018 a wave
112:50
cycle he did worse than that Stacey
112:55
Abrams warms him in Georgia the who Joe
113:01
Biden is safe that’s actually that’s an
113:07
old story because she would came out she
113:09
goes I don’t even know if I’m gonna I
113:11
might still run for president but you
113:13
just got you just lost an election
113:17
actually you just Holmes man Erin
113:19
Nakamoto is it Hillary that’s actually
113:21
that’s a good question
113:25
that’s where Hillary announces she’s
113:27
running I think everybody should ignore
113:43
everyone else if you’ll excuse me I just
113:46
recently an unrelated news got a new
113:49
boat that I’m into my new fourth house
113:53
I’m now just a simple billionaire we
113:56
don’t want multi billionaires people
113:59
worth more than two billion anyone worth
114:01
the billion and under is fine perfectly
114:05
acceptable I know I know why I had a
114:07
heart attack
114:07
it hurts doing this yeah it was like
114:11
that if I did this for 78 years year
114:19
2:15 I go this is tough talking like
114:23
this and doing this with your bar
114:25
mitzvah-kah you that what some of your
114:28
people die young what so many of your
114:33
people die young that a lot of my people
114:35
talk like that that’s a rough that’s a
114:37
very unique Brooklyn but they need to
114:41
come out how are you doing I’m doing
114:42
fine I was just when they when they take
114:48
them out and they speak to speak to the
114:54
NICU and it’s just what you can’t anyway
115:00
they’re going on the AIDS thing to hit
115:02
warn too bad Erik’s wawel isn’t on there
115:09
anymore thing give me that torch
115:23
Democrats win when we call out what’s
115:26
broken and we show how to fix it
115:28
Democrats will win when we fight for the
115:31
things that touch people’s lives things
115:33
like child care and health care and
115:36
housing costs Democrats will win when we
115:40
give people a reason we’re in the fight
115:43
congresswoman Gabbard you’re 38 years
115:45
old and you would be the youngest
115:46
president if elected 30 years you should
115:48
age matter when choosing a president I’m
115:51
glad you asked because I was gonna say
115:53
it’s not fair to ask these three about
115:56
their health and their fitness to serve
115:58
as president but not every other one of
116:00
us I I am grateful to have been trained
116:03
very well by the army and do my best to
116:06
stay in shape but here’s the real
116:07
question I believe you should be asking
116:09
is this is the most important
116:14
responsibility that the president has
116:15
what Donald Trump has been doing in
116:18
Syria and what we have just seen with
116:20
him inviting the turkey to come in and
116:22
slaughter the Kurds show what an unfit
116:25
president looks like it highlights how
116:27
critical is that we have a president
116:29
commander-in-chief who’s ready on day
116:30
one bringing experience
116:32
understanding in foreign policy and
116:34
national security bringing the
116:36
experience that I have both serving in
116:39
Congress now for nearly seven years
116:41
serving on the Foreign Affairs Committee
116:43
serving on the Armed Services Committee
116:45
subcommittees related to terrorism and
116:48
upcoming threats serving on the Homeland
116:50
Security Committee the experience that I
116:52
have as a soldier serving for over 16
116:54
years in the Army National Guard
116:56
deploying twice to the Middle East being
116:58
able to serve in different capacities
117:00
joint training exercises training the
117:03
Kuwait National Guard I understand the
117:05
importance of our national security I am
117:07
prepared to do this job to fulfill this
117:10
responsibility as commander-in-chief on
117:12
day one I’d like to ask our other
117:14
candidates this question I’d like to
117:15
start with senator Ward said what I’m
117:18
sorry background I’m sorry thank you
117:20
we’re gonna take another break now the
117:22
CNN New York Times debate live from op
117:25
38 yeah fun game everybody that puts us
117:33
that puts her soundly between spike in
117:36
my eyes age guess which one
117:38
she’s younger than man if Tom Steyer has
117:47
another ad right now I’m gonna be so
117:48
happy laugh my ass off and we’re gonna
117:53
play the audio that is funny to Tom
117:59
Steyer ads that is hilarious
118:01
they wouldn’t let so the Trump campaign
118:03
was gonna try to put on ads during this
118:05
but they wouldn’t let him here we go
118:07
Tom Steyer of America stirring he does
118:10
he’s got fuck you man I took he has
118:12
fucked under nonprofit community bank
118:14
with a simple theory give people a fair
118:17
deal and real economic that’s the three
118:26
ads in County three thousand times their
118:28
dad God yes you want to be rich there’s
118:33
rich and then there’s buy ads for the
118:37
debate for your presidential campaign
118:40
that you are also financing almost
118:42
entirely yourself yeah money
118:46
that’s that’s that’s wealthy that’s
118:48
really wealthy that’s super
118:50
that’s super wealthy well you know what
118:53
if I keep showing my chest that’s right
118:56
yeah if you keep showing off that man
118:59
Bush you got the Jew chest beard that I
119:02
have here right yeah you’re gonna get
119:04
all of the we’re gonna be able to do all
119:09
of the ads for the scene and debates Oh
119:14
Aaron Nakamoto says don’t answer Matt
119:16
and Spike this is like when a woman asks
119:18
you if she looks fat that’s not true no
119:20
in case he knows that answer so I think
119:26
everyone knows the answer
119:31
I think everybody’s like this seems like
119:35
a trick question so the answer now they
119:41
don’t know the answer you’re a Jew
119:45
tricks guy it’s sort of that which eju
119:49
magic that you do right now
119:55
besides Donnell drummer
119:59
honestly I might be biased here but yang
120:04
and Tulsi like they’re the only two
120:05
people that are saying anything like
120:07
that’s different from cleaning but I
120:13
will say I think it is so hard to say
120:17
elizabeth warren’s getting the most time
120:19
like she’s she’s now the front-runner so
120:22
everybody’s attacking her they’re all
120:24
going after a warrant yeah I think that
120:29
yang has gotten way more time than he’s
120:32
ever gotten which helps him and he’s
120:36
it’s for ads or cos during the recession
120:40
so my wife Kat and I took action we
120:42
started community bank with a simple
120:45
theory give people a fair deal by Dammam
120:48
style and power stay invested in unity
120:51
in businesses owned by
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and people of color for our double house
120:55
the difference between words and
120:57
actually can’t imagine how much an ad
120:58
for this cause he’s had more ads I’m Tom
121:02
Steyer and I approve this message
121:04
Turner Broadcasting has hat dude he said
121:07
steyr he has had pretty much as many ads
121:11
as Turner Broadcasting has had between
121:13
CNN TBS and TNT yeah that is funny
121:21
and he’s basically funding this thing on
121:23
his own but I mean bookert late who’s
121:33
what nobody nobody is winning Biden
121:41
looks senile
121:43
Bernie looks like he’s about to fall
121:45
over Warren’s getting attacked from
121:47
every which way
121:48
Booker looks deep in the closet because
121:53
he is
121:54
Booker looks gayer than Pete Buddha Josh
121:56
who is literally married to another man
121:59
yes which we here at muddy waters don’t
122:04
care we you could be free to be as gay
122:09
straight LGBT or other Q to SSI a plus
122:17
plus can be any of those things or just
122:22
straight or whatever you’d be all the
122:24
different things we do not care but just
122:26
admit to it Aaron Aaron nakamoto’s women
122:29
I agree with Aaron yes Aaron Nakamoto is
122:32
the clear winner of this debate
122:34
she is the clear winner of this debate
122:36
and the number one donor yeah no one
122:40
else has gotten none of these other
122:41
candidates have gotten me to pull my
122:42
shirt down so if for no other reason as
122:46
on and Google to be broken up is she
122:49
right does that need to happen as usual
122:53
thank you the problem I don’t know
122:56
technology Cece said both Matt and Spike
123:01
are hot age so does not matter what you
123:04
guys have is it’s timeless thank you see
123:06
that’s right here right right here I
123:11
feel that right here in my left titty
123:14
your your right titty to me right right
123:18
I’m feeling that right right over the oh
123:21
and Chris Reynolds law I’m feeling that
123:25
weird it’s very clear just a solid color
123:28
sure that’s where I’m feeling it I’m
123:31
feeling it here thank you thank you see
123:33
that’s the right answer
123:34
coincident with smartphone adoption in
123:37
social media use breaking up the tech
123:39
companies does nothing to make our kids
123:41
healthier what we have to do is we have
123:43
to home in on the specific problems
123:44
we’re trying to solve and use 21st
123:46
century solutions for 21st century
123:48
problems using a 20th century antitrust
123:51
framework will not work
123:52
we need new solutions and a new toolkit
123:54
Thank You senator Warren as mr. yang
123:57
wrong your response I’m not willing to
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give up and let a handful of monopolist
124:04
dominate our economy and time to fight
124:09
back think about it this way when you
124:12
talk about how talk about Matt no
124:14
prefixes yes real quick this is this is
124:16
actually really interesting Elizabeth
124:18
Warren is actually waging a war against
124:22
Facebook and Google these are the two
124:25
companies that are going to be pushing
124:28
whoever wins the Democratic nomination
124:30
the most they are going to be pushing
124:34
their ads they are gonna be pushing the
124:36
algorithms to push these people’s names
124:38
to the top so they will be seen she is
124:42
starting a war with these people right
124:45
when she during the election this is
124:49
going to get to the point where
124:50
Zuckerberg is going to have to make the
124:52
choice if Warren wins this nomination
124:54
Zuckerberg is gonna have to make the
124:56
choice between Donald Trump an Elizabeth
125:01
Warren who wants to take half of his
125:03
money away at the exact time that she
125:08
needs them it was the dumbest move that
125:13
she can make if there are any two
125:15
companies to single companies that will
125:19
have
125:20
the most say in this election it will be
125:24
Facebook and Google easily and float by
125:31
the next election float will be the
125:33
kingmaker possibly even by this one
125:36
I hope yeah I really hope after this one
125:39
I really hope because will also be the
125:42
wealthiest people on earth that
125:45
trajectory continues but ya know it’s
125:50
absolutely ridiculous but let’s talk
125:51
briefly about Latin prefixes
125:54
specifically mono mono means one she
126:00
just said a handful of monopolist
126:06
they’re not monopolists they dominate
126:09
their fields but those aren’t monopolies
126:12
no no they are definitely not monopoly
126:17
myspace still exists people won’t use it
126:24
flow is a perfectly functional social
126:27
media platform which is a free is a and
126:32
it’s even better because you don’t get
126:35
ads it is better it moves so fast that
126:37
so I me I realized I’ll click on
126:41
something on float and it comes up and
126:42
I’m like I didn’t realize how used to
126:46
the delays I had gotten on Facebook
126:50
YouTube’s actually not that bad but the
126:53
delays I had gotten until I did
126:55
something on float and came right up and
126:57
like oh my goodness
126:58
like I went to press login and instead
127:00
of it taking a lot as just a login just
127:01
came right up I’m like oh I pressed it
127:05
went straight to the thing I pressed I’m
127:06
like oh that’s I forgot what a fast
127:09
website was like right we’re also so
127:11
we’re not getting ads for things that we
127:13
don’t want they aren’t listening to us
127:15
and and well we still have a stream
127:18
going on right now technically float is
127:21
listening to us because they’ve actually
127:23
come onto our stream to watch us why
127:26
it’s completely different from spying on
127:27
us right so yeah I think it’s absolutely
127:34
it’s a great social media platform float
127:37
is amazing it’s amazing and I just I may
127:44
be may be Warren will give half a
127:46
Facebook to float screw it I strongly
127:52
doubt that’s what would happen but screw
127:54
it the ad that Senator Warren has
127:57
rightfully called out that CNN has
127:59
refused to air because it is untrue and
128:01
tells lies about the vice president
128:03
treat them like the publisher that they
128:04
are that’s what I will do as president
128:06
and we will be unafraid to break up big
128:09
businesses if we have to do that but I
128:11
don’t think it is the role of a
128:13
president or a candidate for the
128:15
presidency to specifically call out
128:17
which companies will be broken up that’s
128:19
something that Donald Trump has done in
128:21
part because he sees enemies in the
128:24
press and wants to diminish their power
128:25
is not something that we should do so
128:28
tough rules of the road protect your
128:30
personal information privacy and data
128:32
and be fearless in the face of these
128:34
tech giants senator Sanders your
128:36
response when we talk about a rigged
128:40
economy it’s not just the grotesque
128:43
level of income and wealth inequality it
128:46
is also the fact that in sector after
128:48
sector whether it is Wall Street where
128:51
you have six banks that have assets
128:54
equivalent to half of the GDP of the
128:57
United States whether it is medium which
129:00
you voted for the tarp bailouts really
129:10
voted to make them that rich so I don’t
129:14
know what would Israel think about this
129:19
Bernie who will take on these huge
129:22
monopolies protect small business
129:25
multiple monopolies these police will
129:37
make election interference more likely
129:39
because the companies won’t be able to
129:41
work together to fight it could breaking
129:44
up yes copies make really good
129:47
if you break up the companies the
129:51
companies won’t be able to work together
129:53
the the companies won’t be able to work
129:55
together when it comes to advertising
129:57
and stuff that sounds like they were
129:59
going to be working together to help the
130:03
candidates Zuckerberg said so much we
130:07
had that’s what the quote that he just
130:10
said yeah yeah oh yeah that one I knew
130:15
that it we played that was it last week
130:20
or the week before that was uh two weeks
130:23
ago okay so it was audio by Zuckerberg
130:25
just kind of flat out saying that if
130:27
they break his company up it’s gonna be
130:29
harder for him to work with them to make
130:31
sure they get elected yeah so a it
130:38
details why it’s a stupid idea for
130:40
Democrats and be it details why it would
130:42
be a good idea for Trump today
130:44
apparently not only that but like when
130:47
they’re talking about election
130:48
interference
130:50
isn’t that what that’s election
130:52
interference I would think that one of
130:56
the major political parties which at
130:57
this point is essentially an extension
130:59
of government they say oh we’re a
131:00
private cut we’re paying for their
131:02
primaries we’re paying for their
131:04
conventions they are extensions of
131:06
government like when the Libertarian
131:08
Party has an event the libertarian party
131:10
pays for it when the democratic or
131:12
republican parties have an event
131:14
American taxpayers pay for it right so
131:18
for a essentially quasi governmental
131:21
organization to work with a company to
131:25
collude to control the stream of
131:28
information in it in order to effect an
131:31
election outcome
131:33
sounds like election meddling and I
131:36
certainly don’t put Republicans above
131:37
that either it’s just that there aren’t
131:40
a lot of Republicans running any major
131:41
social media platforms so oh look here’s
131:45
a bitch the same way does to Facebook I
131:47
think all of the rules should apply
131:48
across the board I don’t have a problem
131:51
with that what I should shut down that
131:53
account is that if we’re going to talk
131:55
seriously about breaking up big tech
131:58
then we should ask if people are taking
132:01
money from the big tech executives if
132:03
we’re going to talk seriously about
132:05
breaking up big colleges karpass
132:09
accounting their campaigns by taking
132:11
money from big drug executives if we are
132:15
going to talk about Wall Street and
132:18
having some serious regulation over Wall
132:21
Street we should ask if people are
132:23
funding their campaigns by taking money
132:25
from those executives thank you take on
132:31
this I was in the private sector for
132:33
fourteen years represented companies
132:36
that were fighting to get into the
132:38
telecom market so I had a life before
132:39
government and what I saw who is when we
132:42
got more competition there the prices
132:44
went down in a big way in the
132:46
long-distance market well right now we
132:48
have another Gilded Age going on and I
132:50
am the lead democrat many laws they have
132:54
raised the barrier to entry for
132:56
competitors is you voted for tarp you
133:04
showed it for tarp to all of you people
133:07
voted for tarp if you were in office
133:11
tulsi didn’t but anyone who was in
133:13
office delivered homes ago voted to tarp
133:17
Pete mayor Pete didn’t mayor Pete he may
133:22
not have been old enough to vote mayor
133:25
Pete would have absolutely voted for
133:26
tarp
133:27
he would have 100 percent 100 percent
133:29
voted for tarp without a doubt yeah I
133:33
think we’re on the right track in terms
133:34
of updating speaks Spanish Ali look at
133:38
monopolistic practices in setting as
133:40
congressman Rob said rules for the road
133:42
that matched the challenges that we face
133:44
today and you know whether that’s Amazon
133:48
that is leveraging its size I think to
133:51
help put small businesses Amazon out of
133:53
business and then at the same time in a
133:55
short changing a lot of its workers not
133:58
paying them as they should not giving
133:59
them the benefits they should or it’s
134:01
another it’s a number of other companies
134:04
big tech companies we need to take a
134:06
stronger stance when it comes to
134:07
cracking down on monopolist and trade
134:09
practices and that’s what I would do as
134:11
president the best way we can
134:15
fight back against big companies to same
134:17
our data is our property right now our
134:19
data is worth more than oil how many of
134:21
you remember getting your data check in
134:22
the mail it got lost it went to Facebook
134:25
Amazon Google if we say this is our
134:28
property and we share in the gains
134:29
that’s the best way we can balance the
134:31
scales against theirs the bigger issue
134:33
here turning to reap women’s
134:35
reproductive rights Ohio is now one of
134:38
several states that has banned abortions
134:40
after as early as six weeks of pregnancy
134:42
many women don’t even know they are
134:44
pregnant at that time the Ohio law like
134:46
many others is being challenged in the
134:48
courts and has not yet taken effect
134:49
senator Harris if states prevail on
134:52
restricting abortion what’s your plan to
134:55
stop them throw him in jail my plan is
134:57
this we put the babies in jail Sanders
135:00
did not vote for tarp no no I’m looking
135:13
at the roll call here Sanders did not
135:14
vote for it Klobuchar did I was the
135:21
wrong one he voted for too big to fail
135:22
yeah he did okay so thank you for
135:29
correcting me well yeah no he didn’t
135:30
vote for tarp but he voted for too big
135:32
to fail which was the all that work
135:36
together to to keep the banks at a time
135:39
when the banks working in concert with
135:41
the Department of Commerce and the HUD
135:44
and all of these other organizations at
135:45
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were I guess
135:48
in that point was just a Freddie Mac
135:51
they all work together it failed and
135:56
instead of letting creative destruction
135:58
take place and smaller banks come in and
136:00
take the wreckage of what was left at
136:02
bottom dollar which would help the
136:03
consumer they said no no no no no
136:06
they’re too big to fail and what did you
136:11
hear what Young was saying at the end
136:13
there which thing about the our property
136:18
being our our data data being our
136:20
property yep right he was so he was
136:23
talking about Facebook selling our data
136:25
right and that they did we didn’t get
136:28
the dad
136:29
checks but Facebook got the data checks
136:31
Twitter and Google do the exact same
136:33
thing crash just gonna say float flute
136:41
does not sell your data float does not
136:47
they float has already said that they’re
136:49
here to support us yes I saw that floats
136:53
model is to support Muddy Waters media
137:02
that’s it
137:04
don’t worry about what floats doing
137:06
floats making everything better and
137:08
supporting us so join float yeah get on
137:13
float get on float get on float that’s
137:18
that that’s what this show if you get
137:20
nothing else from the show it’s that
137:21
Matt and I are attractive men which we
137:25
didn’t have just timeless timeless is
137:27
what I believe it was described timeless
137:29
attractive men men whose bodies make
137:34
them money and that float is the best
137:39
social media platform available those
137:42
are the two things I want you to take
137:43
away from this right nothing that these
137:46
that these numpty dumps are saying are
137:49
worth your time just focus on us me and
137:53
this guy over here right that that guy
137:57
over there yeah well not this guy this
137:59
guy over here that’s really difficult
138:03
it’s hard right it’s hard that is
138:05
difficult this guy this guy this guy in
138:09
this guy not this guy
138:11
this way and this guy I don’t remember
138:15
what we were talking about oh I want to
138:18
hear him talk about abortions three to
138:21
repeal the hyde amendment so that we are
138:22
leading the planet earth and defending
138:24
the global sea on women right now
138:26
congresswoman Gabbard your response
138:29
this is often one of the most difficult
138:31
decisions that a woman will ever have to
138:33
make and it’s unfortunate to see how in
138:35
this country it has for so long been
138:37
used as a divisive political weapon I
138:41
agree
138:42
with Hillary Clinton on one thing
138:44
disagree with her on many others but
138:46
when she said abortion should be safe
138:48
legal and rare
138:50
I think she’s correct we see how the
138:51
consequences of laws that you’re
138:53
referring to can often lead to a
138:55
dangerous place as we’ve seen them as
138:56
they’re passed in other countries where
138:58
a woman who has a miscarriage passed
139:01
that six weeks could be imprisoned
139:03
because abortion would be illegal at
139:06
that point I do never think that there
139:09
should be some restrictions in place
139:11
I support codifying roe v wade while
139:14
making sure that during the third
139:16
trimester abortion is not an option
139:18
unless the life or severe health
139:20
consequences of a woman are at risk
139:22
thank you very much the Supreme Court is
139:25
currently made up of five Republican
139:27
appointed justices and four appointed by
139:29
Democrats the court just announced it
139:31
will hear arguments in a case
139:32
challenging some abortion rights
139:35
Vice President Biden the Constitution
139:37
does not specify the number of justices
139:39
that serve on the Supreme Court
139:41
if roe v wade is overturned on your
139:43
watch and you can’t pass legislation in
139:45
Congress would you seek to add justices
139:48
to the Supreme Court to protect women’s
139:50
reproductive rights I would not get into
139:52
court Becky we we had three justices
139:55
next time around we lose control they
139:57
had three justices right he began to
139:59
lose any credibility for the court as
140:00
well you end up I want to point out that
140:02
if the justices I defeated Robert Bork
140:06
and I say when I defeated Robert Bork I
140:08
made sure we guaranteed a woman’s right
140:10
to choose for a better part of a
140:11
generation before I would make sure that
140:13
we move and insist that we pass we
140:16
codified roe v wade the public is
140:18
already there things have changed and I
140:22
would go out and I would campaign
140:24
against those people in the state of
140:26
Ohio Alabama etc who in fact are
140:28
throwing up this barrier reproductive
140:31
rights are a constitutional right and in
140:33
fact every woman should have that right
140:36
and so I would not pack the court what I
140:39
would do is make sure that the people
140:40
that I recommended for the court from
140:43
from Ruth Bader Ginsburg to Elena Kagan
140:45
used to work for me two others that they
140:47
in fact support the right of privacy on
140:50
which the entire notion of a woman’s
140:53
right to choose is based and
140:55
what I would do no one were to get on
140:57
the court and by the way if in fact at
141:00
the end of this beginning next year if
141:02
in fact one of the justices steps down
141:05
god forbid in fact I would make sure
141:08
that we would do exactly what what what
141:12
McConnell did last time out we would not
141:14
allow any hearing to be between you two
141:20
justices right when I proposed that
141:25
forming the Supreme Court some folks
141:27
said that was too bold to even
141:29
contemplate now I’m not talking about
141:31
packing the court just with people who
141:33
agree with me although I certainly will
141:35
appoint people who share my values for
141:37
example the ir women’s reproductive
141:39
freedom is an american right he says
141:41
what I’m talking about is I’m not
141:43
talking about packing the court with
141:44
people who agree with me although I will
141:45
definitely be packing the court with
141:46
people who agree with time there is a
141:49
vacancy we have this apocalyptic
141:52
ideological firefight over what to do
141:54
next now one way to fix this would be to
141:57
have a 15-member court where five of the
142:00
members can only be appointed by
142:02
unanimous agreement of the other ten
142:03
smarter legal minds than mine are
142:05
discussing this in the Yale Law Journal
142:07
and how this could be done without a
142:09
constitutional amendment but the point
142:11
is that not everybody arrives on a
142:13
partisan basis there are other reforms
142:15
that we could consider from term limits
142:18
don’t forget justices used to just
142:19
retire like everybody else to a rotation
142:21
off the appellate bench I’m not wedded
142:23
to a particular solution but I am
142:25
committed to establishing a connection
142:27
on day one that will propose reforms to
142:29
depoliticize the Supreme Court because
142:31
we can’t thank you very much Mary judge
142:34
secretary Castro he’s talking about
142:36
making the court bigger your response is
142:37
it a good idea I don’t think it is I
142:40
wouldn’t pack the court you know I think
142:43
the plan that mayor Pete mentioned is an
142:45
interesting one but I actually believe
142:46
if we were celebrity not that the
142:49
smarter move might be to look at term
142:51
limits or having people cycle off from
142:54
the appellate or googling a thing that
142:55
would have I would also make sure that I
143:02
appoint as president people who respect
143:04
the precedent of Roe versus Wade that we
143:07
codify Roe vs. Wade
143:09
modifying doing away with things like
143:11
the hyde amendment condos
143:12
yes you don’t only be able to have
143:14
reproductive freedom if you have money
143:16
we have to think think about people who
143:18
do not people who are poor yeah and we
143:20
have to concern ourselves not only with
143:22
reproductive freedom but also
143:23
reproductive justice and invest in the
143:26
ability of everyone what’s that he
143:28
speaks so well this is your time to
143:34
speak Spanish bonds I think there are a
143:37
number of options I think as mere Buddha
143:41
judge said there are many different ways
143:42
people are talking about different
143:44
options and I think we may have to talk
143:46
about them but on Roe versus Wade can we
143:49
just pause for a minute here I I lived
143:52
it in America where abortion was illegal
143:54
and rich women still got abortions
143:58
because they could travel they could go
144:00
to places where it was legal what we’re
144:02
talking about now
144:04
is that the people who are denied access
144:06
to abortion or the poor are the young or
144:11
14-year olds who are molested by a
144:13
family member and we now have support
144:17
across this country three out of four
144:20
Americans believe in the rule of growth
144:22
versus wait when you’ve got three out of
144:25
four Americans supporting it we should
144:27
be able to get that pass through
144:29
Congress we should not leave this to the
144:31
Supreme Court we should do it through
144:33
democracy because we can thank you very
144:35
much senator as some of you have
144:37
indicated the differences between all of
144:40
you on this stage are tiny to the
144:42
compared to the differences between you
144:44
and President Trump
144:45
there are however fundamental
144:47
differences between many of you on this
144:49
stage Vice President Biden let’s talk
144:51
about us on the other side of you Center
144:53
warden is calling for big structural
144:54
change and our Sanders is calling for a
144:57
political revolution will their visions
145:00
attract the kind of voters that the
145:01
Democrats need to beat Donald Trump well
145:04
I think their vision is attracting a lot
145:06
of people and I think a lot of what they
145:08
had to say is really important but you
145:11
know senator Warren said we can’t be
145:14
running any vague campaigns we gotta
145:16
level with people I’ve gotta level with
145:18
people and tell me exactly what we’re
145:19
gonna do how we’re gonna get it done
145:21
and if you can get it done I’m gonna say
145:23
something that is problem on this
145:25
episode of boomers shuffling papers
145:27
leave big done from the Violence Against
145:30
Women Act to making sure that we passed
145:32
the Affordable Care Act to be in a
145:34
position where we in fact took almost a
145:37
90 billion dollar acted with that kept
145:40
us from going in a depression making us
145:42
in a foot that’s a position where I was
145:44
able and rova ask you to be able to end
145:46
the issue who is best prepared we all
145:54
have good ideas the question is how
145:56
who’s going to be able to get it done
145:58
how can you get it done and I’m not
146:01
suggesting they can’t but I’m suggesting
146:03
that that’s what we should look at and
146:04
part of that requires you not being
146:07
vague good tell people what it’s gonna
146:10
cost how you gonna do it and why you’re
146:13
gonna do it that’s the way to get it
146:15
done presidents are supposed to be able
146:16
to persuade just to clarify
146:18
vice-president who he was saying is
146:20
being vague well the senator said she’s
146:23
being vague on the issue of actually
146:25
both and being vague on the issue of the
146:28
Medicare for all
146:29
no look look here’s the deal wait it’s
146:32
cause come on it costs 30 trillion
146:35
dollars guess what that’s over three
146:38
trillion dollars you if we’re smart of
146:40
the entire federal budget let me finish
146:41
again what you’ll both get it if you
146:43
eliminate the entire Pentagon every
146:46
single thing plain shit true the
146:48
buildings everything satellites it would
146:50
get you would pay for a total of four
146:53
months four months where do you get the
146:55
rest where does it come from with the
146:59
lifeguard bad news bad dude and I’ll
147:05
tell you guys we all know what it was I
147:07
remember I like how he said to a group
147:09
of black people you know nerds like when
147:10
you used to have to take your chain and
147:12
run it through the water to get it all
147:14
rusty no that was the razor blade you
147:16
put the razor and scrape on the sidewalk
147:19
bucket of rainwater oh yeah Oh rusty get
147:23
all rusty you know what that’s like you
147:25
people always killing each other that
147:27
was that was fun
147:29
it was fun watching all the kids on the
147:31
stage like just looking like I don’t
147:33
know what he’s what what is he going on
147:35
why is your weapons what thirty billion
147:39
dollars for the planes in the and the
147:41
healthcare what’s I’m enjoying boomer
147:49
fight by one hundred billion dollars of
147:51
profit we stood together we could Craig
147:53
but great it’s health care everybody you
147:55
can run and that’s inter work we can do
147:58
that unlike the health care system that
148:00
saves your life of those insurance
148:14
companies they are as much against my
148:17
bill as they are anybody else that they
148:20
were strongly against Obamacare they
148:22
know it costed me that it’s gonna take
148:23
away right of people to choose the 160
148:27
million people out there who’ve
148:28
negotiated their health insurance and
148:30
they want to keep it right to keep
148:33
America’s it Obamacare worked with Joe
148:35
Lieberman to write Obamacare Obamacare
148:38
was written by the insurance companies
148:41
more agency that would keep giant banks
148:44
from cheating people and all of the
148:47
Washington insiders and strategic
148:49
geniuses said don’t even try because you
148:52
will never get it passed and sure enough
148:54
the big banks fought us the Republicans
148:57
fought us some of the Democrats fought
148:59
us but we got that agency passed into
149:02
law it is now forcing banks to return
149:05
more than twelve billion dollars
149:06
directly to people they cheated I served
149:09
in the Obama administration I know what
149:12
we can do by executive authority and I
149:14
will use it in Congress on the first day
149:16
I will pass my anti-corruption bill
149:19
which will beat back the money how are
149:23
you going to pass a bill on the first
149:25
day single-handedly right you clean it
149:28
you pass it now you’re actually in the
149:31
legislature so pass it now first day man
149:34
for station first day first day she’s
149:36
gonna pass that first and I went on the
149:39
floor and got you votes
149:40
I got votes for that bill I convinced I
149:44
wrote the damn bill let’s get those
149:45
things straight to center Warren doing a
149:48
respond
149:49
I deeply grateful to President Obama who
149:57
fought so hard to make sure that agency
150:01
was passed into law and I am deeply
150:04
grateful to every single person and who
150:11
helped pass it into law but understand
150:14
did it he’ll that job your job go for
150:27
something little go for something small
150:30
go for something that the big
150:32
corporations will be able to accept I
150:35
said let’s go for an agency that will
150:39
make structural change in our economy
150:42
and Obama said I will fight for that and
150:46
he sometimes had to fight against people
150:49
in his own administration we have to be
150:52
willing to make
150:53
mayor Buda big structural change
150:57
mayor Buda judge which is the right
150:58
vision for a Democrat to beat Donald
151:00
Trump that’s the essential question
151:02
quite a buck for every argument that
151:04
I’ve witnessed like this I could pay for
151:06
college for everybody we need to move
151:08
past what has been consuming this whole
151:12
political space for as long as I’ve been
151:14
alive we’re being offered a false choice
151:16
I don’t agree with the vice president
151:18
that Trump is an aberration I don’t
151:20
agree that there’s any such thing as
151:22
back to normal because here in the
151:23
industrial Midwest definitely where I
151:25
live
151:26
normal didn’t work that’s part of how we
151:28
got here that’s part of how a guy like
151:30
Donald Trump managed to get within
151:31
cheating distance of the Oval Office and
151:33
the first for God say so don’t agree
151:34
with senator Warren that the only way
151:36
forward is infinite partisan combat yes
151:39
we have to fight absolutely we have to
151:41
fight for the big changes at hand but
151:43
it’s gonna take more than fighting once
151:44
again I want to take you back to that
151:46
day after Trump has stopped being
151:48
president think about what the president
151:50
can do to unify a new American majority
151:53
for some of the boldest things we’ve
151:55
attempted in my lifetime Medicare for
151:57
all who wanted actually getting
151:59
something done on immigration for the
152:00
first time since the 80s an assault
152:02
and span which would be a huge deal
152:04
making College free for low and middle
152:06
income students yet there’s some here on
152:07
this stage who say it doesn’t count
152:09
unless we go even further free college
152:11
for low and middle income students isn’t
152:13
good enough unless we’re also paying for
152:14
the children of billionaires immigration
152:16
reform isn’t enough unless we also
152:17
decriminalize border crossings we have
152:19
an opportunity to do the biggest things
152:21
we’ve done in my life Center I do not
152:23
say it back to normal
152:26
this isn’t a flyover part of the country
152:29
to me the heartland is where I live no
152:32
one said that it’s his fire country I
152:38
don’t believe that they totally told God
152:42
that I never said back to normal
152:47
I never said back to normal I said back
152:50
to Obama years but not normal
152:52
I never said back to the earth that’s
152:57
what you took from that huh Joe oh you
153:00
did a good job Matt you’re doing a good
153:02
job at your job appreciate a good job
153:06
over there I really don’t hear that
153:10
enough people fighting with your on
153:14
Muddy Waters media but not for me you’re
153:18
doing a good job your job spike you’re
153:20
doing we’re doing we’re doing a good job
153:21
jobs here and he said it so sheepishly
153:23
like his head was down both hands on the
153:26
podium you did a good job at your job
153:28
like he he hated saying it she did a
153:33
good job that actually kind of helped
153:36
her cuz she’s going on and he’s like
153:37
well you did do a good job at your job
153:39
he’s like thank you I didn’t say that I
153:43
didn’t say back to normal I didn’t back
153:47
to normal I didn’t say she’s actually
153:49
doing I guess well for herself for
153:52
someone who wants to hear this kind of
153:53
garbage yes I’m willing to get out there
153:56
and fight for it
154:00
I just want to talk about the effect in
154:04
her voice and in Amy Klobuchar voice
154:07
Thank You Erin nakamoto what’d she say
154:10
she said you’re doing a good job Matt
154:13
spike you I you get a good plan
154:16
new social media platform and your
154:18
social media platform area that’s your
154:21
social media
154:29
social media platforms I didn’t say go
154:32
back to Facebook understand we need bold
154:36
action if we’re gonna save this planet
154:39
for our children and our grandchildren
154:41
the way you win an election but there’s
154:44
no one behind it core mented with it’s
154:46
not the same some mores rather than them
154:53
just bringing them to you
154:54
I know Casey knows who’s in the Commons
154:59
it’s send us pictures of s’mores she is
155:02
sending me pictures of oven-baked
155:04
s’mores how far away is she from you I
155:15
don’t know I’ve never been to her house
155:17
like in your area right yeah I mean
155:21
she’s only like 10 minutes like two
155:24
spores yeah birth for bring me spikes
155:28
I’ll eat spikes
155:29
cuz spike can’t eat that exactly I can’t
155:31
I can’t eat them totally totally paleo
155:34
my back doors open just walking we were
155:37
just walk-in just walk into Matt’s back
155:40
doors open 20 20 publicans and Democrats
155:45
alike to expand mental healthcare access
155:47
for veterans nationally and then in
155:49
Texas one of what was thought to be the
155:51
reddest states in the country going to
155:53
every single talking about this law and
155:56
winning more votes than any Democrat has
155:58
Emily he lost to the Zodiac killer whose
156:05
dad literally killed JFK in Texas JFK
156:13
was killed by Rafael Cruz senior in
156:18
Texas there’s only three left Casey then
156:24
bring him those three or at least one of
156:28
them three
156:30
two or three let’s let’s not don’t don’t
156:36
step on my ago she acient a negotiator
156:40
out of us I didn’t say negotiate you’re
156:44
doing a good job at you negotiating job
156:52
why does this I’m sounding like oh here
156:54
we go Tom Steyer with my dad he hasn’t
156:57
been called tom sayers here we’ve proved
157:03
that there is no challenge that
157:04
Americans can’t meet when we work
157:06
together I’m Tom Styer and I approve
157:09
this message go again go again as a
157:14
small business owner the one thing you
157:16
learn pretty quickly is that there’s a
157:18
lot to learn that Tom Stan that’s a
157:21
small business owner the one thing you
157:23
learned pretty quickly is you don’t
157:24
understand you these people winning yeah
157:26
exactly I thought it’s a small business
157:29
center our top ser Tom Sayer my small
157:35
hedge fund my small billionaire hedge
157:36
fund right oh my lord oh crap
157:41
yeah they’re gonna say the warren won
157:44
this debate oh yeah without a doubt
157:47
Warren Yan this debate yeah because
157:49
she’s at least as unelectable slash
157:55
electable as Joe Biden and more closely
157:58
mirrors what Democrats want right that
158:01
Joe Biden does yes right yeah when I was
158:05
doing the notes for today’s show before
158:07
I realized mageddon 3 one of the
158:11
Articles that I had pulled up was Bernie
158:14
Sanders attacking Elizabeth Warren for
158:16
being too capitalists and I was like wow
158:20
they are they are reaching they are
158:24
stretching on that term well she wants
158:27
accountable capitalism accountable
158:30
capitalists where the government tells
158:32
you how to run your business and they
158:35
don’t somehow go overseas or shut down
158:38
because that’s what happened
158:40
big businesses just move overseas or you
158:43
know get
158:44
some kind of you know get exemptions you
158:46
know through lobbyists or whatever but
158:48
they find ways around it it’s medium and
158:50
small businesses they there have to suck
158:52
it up which makes them less able to
158:53
compete with foreign and large
158:55
businesses or they just got a business
158:57
where they do it legally that’s the real
158:59
sweet I want someone who passes so much
159:02
regulation that they create this
159:05
gigantic gray and black market where
159:08
people don’t know everything legally
159:10
Aaron Komodo just ask do you think
159:12
that’ll be Biden warn 2020 no I don’t I
159:16
think one of those names will be in it
159:18
yep but they will not pick the other one
159:21
as their VP because it’s just you have
159:24
two people there 76 and 78 or something
159:28
okay I can’t remember how old there but
159:31
you have two people that are to two of
159:35
that age group you’re not going to get
159:37
that you’re gonna get but Chris Reynolds
159:40
he’s still saying Biden Harris I’m not
159:45
sure on that one
159:46
because those two hate each other those
159:50
two hate each other so I’m not seeing
159:52
that I could see Warren Budaj
159:55
and I could see Biden Tulsi maybe III
160:02
see Buddha jesh as one of the top he’s
160:05
he is right now running for vice
160:07
president like I don’t think he really
160:09
thinks he’s going to be the next
160:11
presidential nominee he’s running for
160:13
vice president and he’s got as good a
160:16
chance right now as anyone yeah and mom
160:19
and my mom and I come mama Nakamoto man
160:22
that is difficult to say great mama
160:24
Nakamoto she put in a good point Mike
160:27
Bloomberg he’s thinking about entering
160:29
the race because Biden doesn’t look like
160:32
he’s gonna like he’s fizzling I don’t
160:34
think like we both called Biden early I
160:36
don’t think he’s gonna keep it I’m
160:39
beginning the waiver on my Biden pick
160:41
from February by the way we missed a Tom
160:45
Steyer had yet his is it six or seven
160:52
right yeah exactly Biden’s gonna be
160:54
booed out than Bloomberg oh come in and
160:56
I’m still not I’m still not saying
160:58
Hilary’s not jumping into this thing I
161:00
think there is still a chance that
161:02
Hillary comes into this that could be
161:06
that could be the special guest is that
161:10
Biden’s gonna or Bernie’s gonna announce
161:12
that he’s not running and he’s right
161:16
this this has to be final right w bush
161:19
we’re seen laughing together at a
161:21
football game Oh their friendship so and
161:25
I think that we’ve forgotten that that’s
161:26
okay that we’re all different so in that
161:29
spirit we’d like you to tell us about a
161:31
friendship that you’ve had that would
161:33
surprise us what impacts it’s had on you
161:35
and your beliefs secretary Castro let’s
161:38
begin with you uh well first of all
161:42
thank you to mark Thank You Anderson and
161:45
Thank You Erin and CNN and New York
161:48
Times and everybody who’s here tonight
161:50
you know some of the most interesting
161:52
friendships that I’ve had have been with
161:55
people different from me either people
161:57
older than me that had a lot to teach me
162:00
or people who grew up very different
162:02
from me also teachers as I was growing
162:06
up people that had okay one person from
162:10
the other side of mine and sometimes
162:13
also and this goes to the heart of your
162:15
question I think people who thought
162:17
differently from me he asked for an exam
162:20
considered friends do you think there’s
162:24
a value to that I think that that should
162:25
be reflected more in our public life you
162:29
know a person to just speak about the
162:31
incident last week with Ellen and George
162:34
W Bush I completely understood what she
162:36
was saying about being kind to others I
162:38
believe that we should be more kind to
162:40
other folks I also believe that we
162:42
should hold people to account for what
162:44
they’ve done especially public servants
162:47
who have a record of having done
162:49
something or not done something and I
162:50
think that we can do both of those
162:52
things I think that we can be kind to
162:53
people and also hold them accountable
162:55
for their actions and their people
162:57
whether it’s our former president george
162:58
w bush or others that should be held
163:01
accountable
163:01
just as we shouldn’t be we should be
163:03
kind we shouldn’t be made to feel
163:05
shameful about holding people
163:07
accountable for what they’ve done
163:08
Gabbard thank you know where I come from
163:11
and who
163:12
many of you know we greet each other
163:13
with Aloha it’s not a word that means
163:15
hello and goodbye it actually means
163:17
something much more powerful than that
163:18
it means I come to you with respect and
163:21
a recognition that we are all connected
163:23
we are all brothers and sisters we are
163:25
all that so I’ve developed friendships
163:28
that some people may be surprised about
163:31
within the Washington circles especially
163:33
with Republicans like like trey Gowdy
163:36
for example he and I disagree a lot and
163:39
very strongly on a lot of political
163:41
issues we’ve developed a friendship
163:43
that’s based on respect and he’s been
163:45
there for me during some some personally
163:47
challenging times the challenge before
163:50
us today is that our country is very
163:52
divided Donald Trump must be defeated we
163:56
must do more than just defeat Donald
163:57
Trump we need to deliver a win for the
164:00
American people we must stand united as
164:03
Americans remembering that we are all
164:06
brothers and sisters that we are all
164:07
connected this is the kind of leadership
164:09
that I seek to bring as president
164:12
inspired by the example of presidents
164:14
like Abraham Lincoln who talked about
164:16
how made for him Lincoln locked up his
164:19
political opponents and charity for all
164:21
when I look out at our country I don’t
164:24
see deplorable
164:25
I see fellow Americans Abraham Lincoln
164:28
locked up people for disagreeing with
164:30
his war effort including politicians his
164:35
illegal war effort his illegal war
164:37
effort and we’re not Confederate
164:39
sympathizers by any stretch of the
164:41
imagination
164:41
but it was an illegal war effort and he
164:44
locked people up completely ignoring the
164:48
habeas corpus clause it was actually
164:50
determined by the Supreme Court that he
164:51
violated it and he still kept violating
164:54
it Abraham Lee information Thank You
164:59
congresswoman senator Clovis sharp for
165:02
me it’s John McCain and I miss him every
165:04
day I know sometimes when we were seated
165:10
with world leaders and they would look
165:12
away from me he’d say senator klobuchar
165:14
is a lead Democrat on this trip and she
165:16
will go next and I still remember being
165:19
there at his ranch John and I went to
165:21
visit him in Cindy when he was dying
165:24
he pointed to some words in his book
165:26
because he could hardly talk and the
165:29
word said this there is nothing more
165:31
liberating in life than fighting for a
165:33
cause larger if there’s anything there’s
165:36
nothing a Democrat loves more than a
165:39
Republican whose losses to Democrats and
165:46
George Bush is to not just change policy
165:51
but to change the tone in our politics
165:53
to look up from our phones to look at
165:57
each other to start talking to each
165:59
other because the way we win and not
166:02
just win the presidency but take back
166:04
the US Senate is by winning big and the
166:06
way we win big is with that fired up
166:09
Democratic base that’s out there today
166:11
but it is also about bringing in
166:13
independents and moderate Republicans I
166:15
can lead this and I ask you to join me
166:17
because I’ve done it before
166:18
and I will do it again stop at me with
166:21
your buttered I join our team thank you
166:23
thank you very much mr. Schneider tell
166:26
us about your most surprising friendship
166:28
so I’m friends with a woman from Denmark
166:30
South Carolina Indiana berry who’s
166:33
fighting for clean water and
166:35
environmental justice in her community
166:37
just as surprised endure she’s a
166:39
different races from a different part of
166:41
the country but she reminds me of my
166:43
parents didn’t say I’m friends with many
166:47
poor people I would have laughed my ass
166:49
off and don’t hate that’s why I think I
166:53
think he did say that just not nobody
166:55
said it like that like no that is what
166:59
he just said but I think if he had been
167:01
like I’m friends with many poor people I
167:04
would have I would have absolutely
167:08
donated five dollars to his campaign
167:09
just for that punchline but every single
167:12
day after and that’s why I started the
167:14
need to impeach movement two years ago
167:16
because there was something terribly
167:18
wrong at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and
167:20
over ten years ago I saw that there was
167:23
a terrible I know every American in
167:26
terms of the climate crisis and what of
167:29
a shitty movie something’s wrong at 1600
167:33
Pennsylvania I it’s not to the best
167:38
it sounds like one two showdown at 1600
167:42
something’s less blood in a time Chris
167:47
yes you are you are correct I am out of
167:49
cava this nonsense needs to be over soon
167:51
unless my back door is open the back
167:56
door to my house is open
168:01
bring me some that’d be great
168:04
wait this is my back door is open
168:09
somebody bring my back door yes I have
168:14
to go do something extremely
168:15
heterosexual for a community as a member
168:19
of Congress I remember being in San
168:21
Antonio I was visiting the VA there
168:23
March 27 San Antonio okay so when people
168:27
I have a pet peeve when people will say
168:30
a word like a Spanish derived word
168:33
instead of saying like Univision the
168:35
Caviezel when we introduce someone we
168:39
don’t go this is Peter McGillicutty like
168:44
no one does this with anything except
168:47
Spanish no no so Italian to working like
168:53
I worked at an Italian restaurant for
168:54
years and you would get those people who
168:56
were definitely they were American like
168:59
you could see they were 100% American
169:01
with some Italian blood line in them and
169:04
they would come in there and they the
169:06
soap receta and the pasta oh you’ll it’s
169:10
like now you’re getting the pasta
169:12
fagioli like the guys like no one does
169:23
this with any of the I guess northern
169:28
dialects I don’t I don’t I don’t please
169:32
tell me he says rosario dawson tation on
169:34
our disagreements when I got to the
169:35
United States Senate I went there with
169:37
the purpose of making friendships across
169:38
the aisle I go to Bible study and I
169:48
reach across there but his back doors
169:51
open too
169:51
finding a dinner and a restaurant
169:53
agreeing on one with Ted Cruz was a very
169:55
difficult thing I’m a vegan and he’s a
169:57
meat-eating Texan but I’ll tell you this
170:00
right now this is the moment in America
170:03
that this is our test the spirit of our
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country I believe in the values of
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rugged individualism and self-reliance
170:08
but think about our history he’s
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definitely not eaten fish huh
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everything we did in this country big
170:21
and vice president we have done so many
170:23
big things the fact that there’s an
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openly gay man a black woman all of us
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on this stage or because we in the past
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or all inheritors of a legacy of common
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struggle and common purpose this
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election is not a referendum on one guy
170:37
in one office know who we are and who we
170:41
must be to each other no it’s never it’s
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gonna have to be one amongst those
170:45
Democrats that can unite us all not
170:47
throw elbows and other Democrats that
170:49
are unfair because the preparation is
170:52
being the leader that can revive civic a
170:55
grace in our country teach us a more
170:57
courageous empathy and remind America
170:59
courageous hatred is amazing this is the
171:02
cannot love your country unless you love
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your fellow country men and women you
171:07
just said nothing you said as many
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multisyllabic not nothingness repeatedly
171:17
he’s not just vegan he only lives on
171:19
whirring salad he’s a he’s a a word
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Tyrion what Breathitt it yeah we’re a
171:25
breath breath of he’s a word or far e’en
171:28
he smokes his own words I do not like
171:31
this guy calm thank you thank you sir
171:33
there’s good enough sugar in the tank he
171:35
is like stevia my website yang 2020 calm
171:49
and if you ask your question tonight
171:51
there’s a better chance I’ll get to it
171:53
my surprising friendship it’s been so
171:56
much fun running for president because
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I’ve got to meet so many Americans I
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never would have gotten to meet
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otherwise say vermin supreme sticks out
172:02
for me is a guy named Fred who’s an avid
172:03
Trump supporter a trucker
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he let me ride in his truck for hours he
172:07
spent some time in jail I heard about
172:09
his experiences trying to get other
172:11
people off of drugs and I’m happy to say
172:14
that after our ride together he actually
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said that he would move from Donald
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Trump
172:19
to my campaign which was a thrill for me
172:21
and we remained in touch ever since the
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truth is that what happened to the four
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million manufacturing workers here in
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Ohio and Michigan and Pennsylvania and
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Wisconsin and Iowa did not care about
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our political party the fourth
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industrial revolution is now migrating
172:37
from manufacturing workers to retail
172:39
call centers transportation as well as
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to white-collar workers like attorneys
172:44
pharmacists and radiologists it does not
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care about our party Donald Trump had a
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set of solutions in 2016 What did he say
172:52
he said we’re gonna build a wall we’re
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gonna turn the clock back we’re gonna
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bring the old jobs back America we have
172:59
to do the opposite of all of these
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things we have to turn the clock forward
173:01
we have to accelerate our economy in
173:04
society as quickly as possible and kind
173:06
of just probably leave the clock but
173:07
when you think about our sound what time
173:08
it is and our work and our value if we
173:11
can left stop changing the clock I’m
173:14
down with that the clever president says
173:17
that we’re gonna get rid of daylight
173:18
savings time I’m that person like let’s
173:23
just do we just have what time it is and
173:26
not if you’re gonna change it don’t
173:28
change it when it’s already gonna be
173:29
darker anyway it’s like oh must be you
173:33
know it must be lunchtime it’s freakin
173:35
dark out like I point that the vast
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majority of us have so much more in
173:40
common than what separates away I guess
173:41
that’s why I’m running I do believe that
173:44
to beat Donald Trump but also to heal
173:47
our country does Kamala Harris how that
173:49
will surprise us the one person she
173:54
hasn’t tried to jail right what’s his
173:57
name Willie Willie Brown that didn’t
174:03
surprise anyone but Willie huh to travel
174:06
to learn science because her mission in
174:08
life was to cure cancer also she arrived
174:11
in California she got and you know she
174:15
was supposed to have an arranged
174:15
marriage but she got involved in the
174:17
civil rights
174:18
when she met my father and that produced
174:20
my sister and me they got married but
174:22
when I was five that marriage ended
174:24
but my mother convinced I would it be a
174:26
surprise that you’re friends with your
174:27
mother probably the one person you
174:33
didn’t want to jail I’m running because
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Donald Trump if he had his way my story
174:40
would not be possible and I am running
174:42
to make sure that that dream the
174:45
American Dream American values American
174:48
ideals will always hold true and so
174:51
that’s what is at stake in this election
174:53
and I believe I am uniquely able to see
174:57
the commonalities among us and to speak
174:59
the story of the American Dream and the
175:01
need to reclaim it Thank You senator
175:04
Harris mayor bootie judge well I think
175:08
about the friendships that I formed in
175:10
the military people who were why would I
175:12
be surprised that you’re friends with
175:14
people in the military like these are
175:16
terrible and definitely different
175:17
politics if he’d said an Andrew Luck I
175:21
would been like wow okay Andrew Luck
175:25
used to be the quarterback for the Colts
175:33
I’m not getting the reference he was a
175:36
football player football player no
175:41
that’s why it would be surprising a
175:51
sense of belonging in this country
175:53
because I think that’s what friendship
175:55
and that’s what service can create and I
175:58
think we have a crisis of belonging in
176:00
this country that is helping to explain
176:03
so many of our problems from our
176:04
politics being what it is to the fact
176:07
that people are self-medicating and
176:09
we’re seeing a rise in the deaths from
176:10
despair I believe only the president can
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build a sense of belonging and purpose
176:15
for the entire country
176:17
the purpose of the presidency is not
176:19
yeah okay Aaron says don’t diss vegans
176:22
I’m actually 91% vegan I am also I eat
176:28
fish
176:28
I still eat seafood other than that I’m
176:31
vegan
176:32
I mean that’s a big part like of silly
176:34
ting animals so I’m about 9% vegan
176:37
between us we make up a vegan you you
176:41
you actually eat vegetable substitutes
176:44
made out of meat – it’s like a pork
176:47
cabbage pork cabbage I would eat that
176:50
definitely I’m gonna get some Hormel
176:53
brand pork cabbage
176:55
it’s like tofurkey but in Reverse so no
176:59
I’m not dissing Eren also said did you
177:02
guys see that she was accused of
177:04
sleeping with her personal trainer who
177:05
she paid to set up several orgies with
177:07
men and women who I did not see that
177:10
with which Kamala oh yeah it came up
177:14
well come on I was talking I saw it
177:15
coming up and I was like whoa Kamala
177:17
freaky no that’d be funny doubt that how
177:23
much should we get tip to show that oh
177:27
who’s Bernie’s press involvement in the
177:30
saudi-led war okay so Yemen was a
177:34
catastrophic disaster for the people of
177:37
Yemen and for the first time in 45 your
177:41
friend Bernie were able to get the War
177:43
Powers Act utilized and get us get the
177:47
boats to get us the US troops out of
177:50
that area but I think at the end of the
177:53
day what I appreciate is that we have
177:59
got to end the hatred that Trump is
178:02
fostering on our people that the visib
178:05
that’s trying to divide us up by the
178:07
color of our skin or where we were born
178:09
or our sexual orientation or our
178:12
religion and there is no job that I
178:15
would undertake with more passion than
178:19
bringing our people together around an
178:23
agenda that works for every man woman
178:25
and child in this country rather than
178:28
the corporate elite and me you forgot
178:32
several genders there so country at
178:37
least like you senator Warren asked
178:41
about a surprising friend
178:47
27 years ago when I was under
178:51
consideration for a job he was someone
178:54
who had been George Bush the first of
178:58
Solicitor General a deeply principled
179:02
Republican and we didn’t agree on much I
179:06
was farming Molly yeah but he also was
179:11
willing to listen to we’ll look into
179:13
that
179:13
Kemal at the sex orgy thing because
179:16
that’s time person who made sure I got
179:21
the job you know I grew up out in
179:23
Oklahoma I have three older brothers
179:26
they all served in the military two of
179:29
the three are still Republicans I love
179:33
all three of my brothers and there are a
179:37
lot of things that we’re divided on if
179:39
she sang she’s friends with her brothers
179:42
even though they don’t agree with me in
179:45
the spirit of Navajo love I stay friends
179:50
with my brothers yes look people across
179:57
this country whether they’re Democrats
179:59
independents or Republicans they know
180:03
what’s broken they know that we have an
180:06
America that’s working better and better
180:08
and better for a thinner and thinner and
180:11
thinner slice at the top and leaving
180:15
everyone else behind people across this
180:18
country regardless of party are ready to
180:21
say no more we want an America that
180:25
works for everyone
180:27
2020 is our moment in history it is a
180:30
honor to be for an election of a
180:33
lifetime
180:33
I know what’s broken I know how to fix
180:36
it and we are building a grassroots
180:38
movement together oh how to fix it and
180:40
we’ve not that’s why I have not fixed it
180:44
or even try so reassuring here we go in
180:47
the fact that we’re all acknowledging
180:49
that we have to reach across the aisle
180:51
did a good job things done no other way
180:54
to get anything done in this country the
180:56
two people maybe even surprised you the
180:57
most were
180:58
he’s been mentioned twice but John
181:00
McCain John McCain worked for me when he
181:03
worked in the Navy and he was mine he
181:05
was assigned to me to travel around the
181:06
world we became close friends became
181:09
very close friends as my wife Jill visit
181:11
our home he’s there three of the people
181:13
up here could only muster John McCain
181:19
John McCain because he’s dead and can’t
181:22
defend it because he’s dead and was like
181:25
a moderate neocon which apparently they
181:28
all are now to write on McCain also
181:30
worried about what Israel would think
181:31
about this whole thing I surprised they
181:34
didn’t like pick Benjamin Netanyahu that
181:37
might surprise you that I care so much
181:39
about Israel just a liar he cheats he
181:43
does not do anything to promote people
181:46
generally secondly we have to rebuild a
181:49
middle class I know what we’re gonna do
181:50
that is people oh yes I said my dad used
181:53
to say a jobs by a chick Joey it’s about
181:56
your dignity we have to restore people’s
181:57
dignity and lastly we have to unite the
181:59
country because folks it’s time we stop
182:02
walking around with our heads down we
182:04
are better positioned than any country
182:05
in the world to own the 21st century so
182:08
for God’s sake get up get up and
182:11
remember this is the United States of
182:13
America there’s nothing nothing women
182:15
have been unable to do when we decide
182:17
we’re gonna do it nothing at all period
182:20
don’t leave your record player that age
182:21
thank you that concludes the fourth
182:24
Democratic presidential debate we want
182:26
to thank auto-buy you know what a
182:27
nightmare yeah that was um that was the
182:31
dumpster fire that we kind of predicted
182:33
it was gonna be that was every dumpster
182:35
fire I could have possibly hoped for I’m
182:42
I’m literally worn out from a
182:44
combination of listening to Democrats
182:46
talk and trying to sound like Bernie
182:49
Sanders did you Elizabeth Warren was
182:56
accused of having bondage sex with a
183:00
much yes yes so Ford Fisher our friend
183:05
Ford Fisher at news to share he was
183:07
there he’s got it on his youtube channel
183:10
look for it it’s such
183:12
image these two idiots dragged up a
183:14
third idiot to make it so it was
183:16
hilarious though it’s like 20 something
183:18
minutes long or 40 minutes long it’s it
183:21
is pure comedy it is pure unintentional
183:23
comedy be sure as soon as this program
183:26
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183:45
it’s not then go to youtube and check
183:48
out uh news to share the press
183:51
conference that this guy did outside of
183:53
his house with the the guy Matt’s
183:55
talking about this says she it’s such
183:57
like he couldn’t say BDSM right and he
184:01
like claimed he had a scar he’s like
184:03
this was from her whipping me but like
184:05
he has stuff on his Instagram from like
184:07
three years ago with the scar on it it
184:10
was a total it was actually arguably
184:13
worse than this debate was and more
184:15
entertaining mine but – us we we made
184:19
this more entertaining than that but be
184:21
sure to check that out right so uh that
184:25
was fun yeah that was a good time that
184:29
was definitely everything that any
184:31
reasonable person could have hoped for
184:33
so guys sound off real quick before we
184:35
sign off who do you think won that if
184:36
there even is such a thing ray I’ll be
184:39
obviously Donald Trump one but other we
184:44
all know that we all lost empirical laws
184:49
humanity American law you don’t really
184:56
lost Andrew Luck huh huh
185:03
I mean he retired from the NFL this year
185:07
and he’s a quarterback for the cults yep
185:11
[Laughter]
185:14
huh
185:15
yeah no they’re good so the media is
185:19
gonna say that Warren won that debate oh
185:21
yeah yeah media’s gonna say Warren won
185:26
my facebook feed is gonna say Tulsi want
185:29
it yes mine is gonna say Andrew yang on
185:33
it yeah well half of its gonna say that
185:37
the other halfs gonna say Marianne
185:38
Williamson women which I don’t have an
185:40
argument against she was there in an
185:44
ethereal form she really was the spirit
185:47
of Marianne Williamson was alive and
185:48
well I mean what she’s still alive but I
185:50
like her at she floating avatar or as
185:54
Johnson did okay yeah Boris Johnson
185:56
Boris Johnson had a hell of a day
185:58
where’s Johnson basses Israel won it
186:00
Israel definitely won this yes
186:03
Israel won that is what it bore so that
186:05
even Donald Trump yeah Israel what will
186:09
Israel think Matt you know who you know
186:12
who really lost is Irma GERD
186:14
ermahgerd or GERD got some serious
186:17
points in this one Aaron Nakamoto said I
186:20
think spike one to be honest
186:21
and I have to I’m not gonna lie I agree
186:24
with you Aaron thank you am i completely
186:28
objective opinion on that subject yes I
186:31
definitely spike wins 2019
186:36
I’m not sure when then what I don’t know
186:38
when the next debate is but we will
186:41
definitely be covering it on flow we
186:42
will definitely be covering it here on
186:44
float that’s just gonna be our regular I
186:50
want to do more events just on float I
186:53
do too
186:54
I don’t know what we’re gonna do but I
186:56
mean I wanna do more more float stuff we
187:02
all float here we all float here we all
187:06
float here here yeah I liked it this
187:13
went well very happy about it and I’m
187:15
not worried that we’re gonna get banned
187:17
from the internet for you know showing a
187:20
freaking public live event for public
187:23
consumption and adding our commentary
187:25
for critical purposes which is a
187:27
textbook example of fair use and also a
187:31
clip from backwards that wasn’t really a
187:34
clip from back you know wasn’t the whole
187:41
side was it wasn’t the whole song it was
187:43
four minutes and 22 seconds of a six
187:47
minute and 55 seconds on it’s a clip
187:51
that’s a clip is a subjective term Oh
187:56
Erin said we could use it Erin hasn’t
187:58
had this good of a time on a live stream
188:00
in a long long time well thank you
188:01
airing we are glad that we could be the
188:06
the the captains of that stream I’m
188:14
happy that Matt and I could produce a
188:17
stream so enjoyable to you do you ever
188:28
guess this week oh I’m not on no
188:32
tomorrow yeah
188:35
my new work schedule I can’t do my show
188:37
anymore so I know it said we don’t have
188:39
the writer’s block anymore uh no no I
188:44
don’t if anyone wants to be a kiss to my
188:46
show next week
188:48
so I haven’t no I don’t so I’ve been
188:54
I’ve been so preoccupied with Oh guys so
188:57
let’s talk about a thing before we go
188:59
here’s the thing on November 2nd ladies
189:05
and gentlemen the South Carolina
189:06
libertarian party we look so good on
189:08
float we look so good on float we look
189:12
so good on float
189:15
do you Hayden what’s that you have to
189:18
tone skin what this yeah you’ve never
189:22
noticed that I vitiligo no that’s how
189:26
good float is as you can see I have skin
189:30
pigment ever had this Lake for at least
189:32
three or four years Matt but it’s loan
189:36
as known as easing that’s like ultra
189:38
hide exactly you could see that I have a
189:40
frickin skin condition before I that’s
189:43
how good flow it is guys I forgot what I
189:46
was talking about South Carolina
189:47
Libertarian Party is having the
189:50
what they are billing as the first
189:52
presidential debate
189:55
even though did you say debate did I
189:59
yeah well then it is the first it is the
190:03
first debate there’s already been other
190:06
debates but that’s the first debate
190:09
they’re having a debate did the research
190:12
for us November 20th is the next day yes
190:19
November 20th for that and November 2nd
190:22
for what I’m about to say right now
190:23
remember second South Carolina of
190:25
Libertarian Party is having the first
190:27
somehow presidential debate in South
190:32
Carolina I guess is what they’re saying
190:34
I’m not sure how they’re calling it the
190:36
first but it is the first I’m told
190:37
debate presidential debate where the
190:41
possible next president could be on that
190:44
stage there is nothing legally stopping
190:49
any of them they are all legally
190:55
eligible eligible are legally eligible
191:01
to be our next president of these United
191:05
States
191:06
Kim rough firm and Supreme Joe Jorgenson
191:09
Ken Williamson who apparently is a
191:13
person who exists Adam Koch Esch I think
191:18
Arvind Vora and Matt’s favorite Matt’s
191:21
favorite Arvind Bora and Dan Berman Dan
191:28
Daniel taxation is theft Berman
191:31
he’s running Vermin Supreme did I
191:34
already say that I don’t know if you did
191:37
our roommate firm and supreme well I’m
191:39
pick it up from the airport and going on
191:41
an hour-and-a-half Drive with with Matt
191:43
that’s what we’re gonna livestream on
191:45
float is me that’s the next exclusive if
191:50
I remember this is gonna be a busy day
191:53
is me Matt and vermin on a car to the
191:59
woods like the beginning of a horror
192:04
movie
192:04
that we will we all float on that and I
192:09
think also his Tennessee campaign
192:11
manager I think that’s also and my wife
192:15
this this man worked are we gonna be
192:18
allowed to live stream on welcome we
192:22
will take my card she could take her car
192:24
they’ll probably work out better anyway
192:26
because I think there’s gonna be a few
192:27
people that are coming it’s gonna be me
192:29
Furman supreme Matt right in a car for
192:32
an hour and a half that’s gonna be like
192:35
median comedians in cars getting coffee
192:37
but yes but with bourbon supreme we’ve
192:40
been supreme in us and us none of us are
192:44
drinking coffee
192:47
it’ll be politics
192:49
it’ll be Oh what do we call birth
192:51
they’ll be anarchists you know in a
192:54
hybrid drinking kava oh hell yeah that’s
192:58
actually a thing I want to make a show
193:00
with that format I mean I’m totally down
193:04
to make a show with that format so that
193:06
will be the next thing Aaron says it
193:10
khopesh we didn’t we didn’t pick me we
193:13
didn’t nominate you know we can’t even
193:15
vote anyway so we’re gonna be live
193:28
commentating the first I’m told debate
193:32
or debate in Florence South Carolina
193:35
November second and I think eight yep
193:38
we’re gonna have some graphics up soon
193:40
just as soon as I make them and fun fact
193:46
though for anybody out there November
193:49
2nd at like roughly five thirty ish will
193:51
be the first time spike and I meet in
193:54
person November first
193:58
yes yes yes well live stream that too
194:03
yeah that will be the very first time he
194:06
and I meet in person I’ll bring this rig
194:09
there Oh wouldn’t it be great if I
194:12
brought this to the airport and I just
194:15
said how we doing show we just sit down
194:18
at the
194:18
course if I do a show and like you hear
194:20
the people yelling about their baggage
194:22
everything these are the ideas these are
194:26
all ideas so guys let’s see who lets me
194:30
put my glass I’m having my Boomer moment
194:32
here
194:37
no one said no one said they thought the
194:40
only the only people who said they
194:42
thought anyone one was me he said I won
194:45
so I guess I won this debate
194:46
congratulations to me I did a good job
194:48
at my job here Nakamoto slow-mo of you
194:53
two hugging each other please with wind
194:57
beneath my wings playing yes is it when
195:00
is it one beneath my wings or do you
195:02
want to do the Titanic song I like that
195:09
but I want it where it’s like the bad
195:11
flute version no yeah as I say he’s not
195:20
gonna give you just kicked off and
195:21
that’s like no this is freaking a very
195:25
nerdy we can do whatever we want right
195:27
make it live stream like I could live
195:34
stream Avengers endgame or like the
195:38
freakin Joker movie
195:39
I don’t want it why am i hearing this
195:46
now where’s the bad one I think it’s the
195:53
recorder isn’t it here we go that’s
196:02
kiniki
196:04
yeah
196:09
[Music]
196:20
see this
196:26
we’ll do this and then maybe when
196:28
beneath my wings as well we got to find
196:33
a bad version of wind beneath my wings
196:34
so Bette Midler doesn’t sue us well I
196:36
mean we could just use anyway oh you’ve
196:42
been a bad bad version right yeah like a
196:45
Courtney did it I
196:47
I mean I’m allowed to use that song I
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can do that one’s fine yeah no let’s use
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stuff we can’t we shouldn’t use like
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this we’re on float mat we can do
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whatever we want you play like wu-tang
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as our intro music we could play
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whatever the hell we want we can do
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anything on float
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man if if we were still if I still had
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the writer’s block
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pantsless Thursday’s for the writer’s
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block we’ve been so different oh yeah we
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could show our genitals on here yeah we
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could do whatever I mean I’m not going
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to no no maybe you need 4k for that one
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right huh you know I’m talking about no
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you could you could do that but 240p you
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know I’m sorry I don’t you’ve seen this
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an 8k yeah 8 k 60 frames per second so
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you can see the pulsating that’s that’s
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not weird our audio listeners are like
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gonna be so just tagged it’s the most
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marvelous thing you’ll ever see it’s
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unfair which penis 50% of the penis on
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the Internet is spiked oh it’s penis
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everyone else it’s unacceptable
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when I saw spikes penis I
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the deck just tagged not-safe-for-work
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oh if we show our genitals we’re not
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gonna shower genitals so you don’t have
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to worry about that but thank you we
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appreciate your heads up from the accent
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I’m not making any promises but little
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tag not-safe-for-work if it happens many
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things will change here that will be one
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of them
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dad I promise you it’s a free country I
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wish that were true but this is a free
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platform it’s a free platform free float
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this is this is what social media is
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supposed to be we’re free floating we
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are free floating bitchslaps us that’s
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not safe for work is me singing oh man
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is there anything you wanted to say um
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hey thank you to uh Chris Reynolds yes
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personal injury attorney Chris Reynolds
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attorney at law for just being Chris
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Reynolds attorney at loss thank you and
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thank you to float for hosting this
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wonderful event cuz well you guys you
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guys are killing it this is a great
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platform a great platform it looks
199:56
beautiful you guys just keep keep doing
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what you’re doing because it’s Azzam
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love this platform and ya know this
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platform is great I freakin love this
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platform and now that I have the iPhone
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app I’m so happy I am freaking yeah I
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was on it on my own Android I freaking
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love this app I have been invited to
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other social media platforms they were
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not float they were there trying they
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were they would not float but they were
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not because when I first heard you know
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that float that there was a and I was
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like okay well I’ll check it out and
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then I went I was like oh wow okay so
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this is like serious so guys tell your
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friends about flow we need to use float
200:44
we’re all gonna float down here we all
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float down here we all float down here
200:48
so guys thanks again for tuning in
200:52
we don’t have anything else this week so
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be sure to tune in next week Tuesday
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8:00 p.m. muddy waters of freedom spike
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Cohen angelic little cherubs that we are
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going through the week’s the week’s news
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going through the week’s news genitals
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just flopping around panelist Tuesday’s
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pantsless Tuesday right here on muddy
201:20
waters media and be sure to check us out
201:23
we’ll be here on float again we will we
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will be on foot we are even with our non
201:27
exclusive we are always on float we are
201:30
always on float we’ve been we have been
201:32
live streaming on float for God two
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months I have yeah I think it’s like a
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couple months oh yeah yeah I don’t know
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as long as I’ve known it Bend an option
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yeah after I set up the after I set it
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up we we’ve been doing it every time
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yeah I think it’s been a think it’s been
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like over two months now but yeah be
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sure to check us out here on float our
201:54
preferred platform if you have to use
201:56
those other ones that’s and you have to
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use the other ones and you want to
202:02
follow us yes Matt how will people find
202:05
us obviously besides float how else will
202:07
they find us if they want to find you
202:09
can find us on facebook at facebook.com
202:10
slash muddy wires media you can find us
202:12
on instagram at muddied waters media you
202:14
can find us on twitter at muddy and
202:15
underscore waters you can find this on
202:17
youtube at youtube.com slash muddy
202:19
waters media you can find us on anchor
202:22
at anchored FM / muddied waters and you
202:25
can find us on flow at float dot slash
202:30
muddy waters media slash muddy waters
202:33
media you start pointing down and I was
202:35
like what what year like what you’re
202:41
looking at and you can find this and
202:44
every other episode at muddied waters
202:47
media not come guys we love you very
202:53
much
202:54
we love float thank you again all of you
202:56
thank you again for tuning in we will
202:59
see you next week and where we’re going
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we don’t need roads
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Spike Cohen
Spike Cohen
Local Jew. Contrarian stoic sentimentalist. Antidisestablishmentarianism. Will pet your dog.