Episode 102 – Barred from Sex, Barred from Trade, and…Barr

The Muddied Waters of Freedom with Matt Wright & Spike Cohen


About This Episode


Alyssa Milano is calling for all pro-choice women to be celibate, thereby ending the abortion debate. Donald Trump is continuing to make Smoot-Hawley great again, and Bill Barr is investigating the investigation of the investigation investigation investigation.

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Music from J. Titus


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good morning good afternoon or good
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evening and welcome to the vanguard for
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again again for spike still the world’s
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best Jewish mountain climber Cohen I am
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Matt Wright and together we are
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traversing the muddied waters of freedom
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again again so take four by Shane
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Sweeney oh thank you oh well that’s what
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I want to hear I want to be shamed by
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shame the shame or Swaney right right at
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the beginning of the show truly what I
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want so roughly about third and third
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most
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third and third most allow us to think
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at this sorry we obviously having some
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technical issues obviously yes but uh we
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think we got it figured out and
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no dropped frames yet so man I should
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that man knock yeah you’re awful yeah
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I’m feeling real arrogant with my
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spectrum you’re froggy with the
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streaming right Oh Lord that we have
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we’re gonna have a lot of videos to
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delete that you know add 20 seconds of
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yeah exactly
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hopefully it was just something stupid
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on my end that I’ll be able to figure
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out before my show tomorrow cuz I
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actually have a guest that’ll be fun
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well that’s plenty who is your guest
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tomorrow loose sander who is now known
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as dandelions yeah because his loose and
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ur account was and I think forever
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really yes
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oh no it’s back it had been permabanned
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but then he won appeal or something like
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oh he’s out on parole but Lou Sanders
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Andy Lyons right my show to talk about
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the Midwest peace and liberty festival
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that’s coming up so or he won’t because
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I won’t be able to figure out the
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streaming one of those two things is
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gonna happen you won’t believe it’ll
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happen you should tune in to find out
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you should tune in to find out if that’s
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possible you’ll be really happy to know
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that I’ve got a Shane Sweeney on my show
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on Thursday yes yeah yeah I’m big big
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get big get Shane Sweeney comment on
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Shane’s we need the big get the big get
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some we like I kind of blew my like
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opening unlike the first think so now
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I’m like dude do we just jump into it or
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do we need to wind up speaking of not
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doing things I get yeah I’m gonna do it
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Alyssa Milano Alyssa Mogollon
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so listen this is a rare episode where
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we’re not going to talk about Alexandra
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occasional Cortes except for right now
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oh yeah well I mean just in passing
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oh yes so Chris Reynolds
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you can save your lap dance for the day
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yeah Alyssa Milano has called for all
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progressive and pro-choice women to go
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on a hashtag sex toy hashtag hashtag sex
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strike until their reproductive rights
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are no longer under attack and men
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everywhere celebrate celebrate but also
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celebrate well right so celebrate
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celebrate and celebrate I spelled that
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great celebrate yeah
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yeah so because of all of the laws I’ve
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been going on and like the new laws the
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heartbeat laws the anti-abortion laws
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right Alyssa Milano has now said you
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don’t get any of our body until we get
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full-body autonomy
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her exact right tweet in which she was
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announcing this read our reproductive
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rights are being erased until women have
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legal control over our own bodies we
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just cannot risk pregnancy join me by
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not having sex until we get bodily
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autonomy back I’m calling for a hashtag
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sex strike pass it on yes she is
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literally advocating for what Christian
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conservatives have been advocating for
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longer than forever
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yeah long yeah longer than I’ve been
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alive it’s the new testament the so
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we’ve got actually since before the new
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testament so you have a progressive
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pro-choice person with a vagina you
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can’t say woman anymore or sis woman and
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basically calling for the abortion
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debate to be ended by virtue of the only
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woman who would have gotten abortions
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just not having sex and thereby not
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conceiving any children to abort so
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right it’s a big it’s a big pro-life win
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and they say we’re not gonna do it until
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we get our bodily autonomy back to which
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the Christian Right said okay okay
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that’s fine that’s a deal we’ll keep
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having children we hope for more of this
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we hear it muddied what being the
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journalists that we are be being just on
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top of everything we reached out to Dave
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boogly re who most of you probably go
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who but this is a list of mate this is
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Alyssa Milano’s husband we reached out
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to him but he was unavailable for
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comment but he was witnessed purchasing
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hand lotion and Kleenex so I think he’s
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kind of on board she is a husband she
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does since 2009 this man who I presume
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is also a progressive pro-choice er I’m
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a I don’t know that but I would assume
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that you would think one would think
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while meanwhile while
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the breeders are are banging it out
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twice a night to celebrate this new law
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I I presume you have a guy who was
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against this I would assume and he’s not
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getting any right because bodily
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autonomy right it’s one thing to say I
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refuse to have sex with Governor Brian
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Kemp or any of the people that pass this
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rule that makes okay
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that makes sense or anyone who voted for
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Brian Kemp or whatever it’s another
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thing to say I’m not gonna have sex with
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my own husband who agrees with me right
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and and and my thing on that okay so my
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thing on this is like in I already know
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the answer to this but is she
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legitimately not gonna have sex with her
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husband right well maybe I don’t know
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maybe you know what no way there is no
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she unless she wasn’t already and this
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is now honey I was going to tell you
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before but I’m on hashtag sex trike and
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there’s one an opportune moment I was
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really just following this legislation
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as it was going through right yeah the
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assembly there now all of this
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legislation
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all of it whether you’re talking about
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Alabama whether you’re talking about
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Georgia whether you’re talking about
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here in Florida where wherever it’s not
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gonna end until it goes to the Supreme
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Court at this point right yet there’s
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gonna be federal judges staying any any
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attempt to enforce this and by the way
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this actually doesn’t come into power
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until it doesn’t take effect until
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January of 2020 the way it’s written and
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again that assumes that a judge isn’t
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gonna it’s in gonna say no no no no no
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we’re not gonna do this until we’ve had
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a look at it which is I would say I mean
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the smart money is on that happening
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until the Supreme Court just because
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this is such a big change in precedent
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until the Supreme Court takes a look at
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it and for all the people that are super
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confident that you know the magus APRI
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mcore is going to
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is going to you know rubber-stamp this
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into law because you know because it’s
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Magus CODIS and you know Trump’s
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appointed two of them and technically it
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has a 6-3 conservative majority there
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are plenty of times that conservative
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majorities unravel when when the when
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the when the when the case hits the hits
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the docket more on that later
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but uh I wouldn’t be all that confident
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that it’s not gonna get struck down
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especially some of the provisions in
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this rule so it’s one thing to say okay
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so there’s there’s a few things the the
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biggest one I would say is that as it’s
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written and I haven’t read this law but
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supposedly as it’s written if a woman a
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pregnant woman goes to another state and
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gets an abortion in that period of time
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after the baby would have a heartbeat
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then she can be tried for manslaughter
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or murder when she gets back home um and
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anyone who assisted her in doing that
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can be tried for I guess accessory to
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the crime or whatever complicity in in
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murder
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um putting aside the question of whether
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states are even going to cooperate with
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that in giving information to to to you
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know verify that they they came and did
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this and then the question of whether
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HIPAA would even allow an abortion
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clinic to tell a state whether someone
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got an abortion without the woman’s
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consent in another state that doesn’t
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recognize that law it’s it’s basically
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saying you and your child are the
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property of the state so if I were to
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legally go if I were to go to a state
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where it’s legal to let’s say smoke weed
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or whatever when I come back to South
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Carolina I’m not gonna be charged for
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anything because I didn’t do anything in
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their jurisdiction the only way they can
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say that I broke a law by doing it
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somewhere else is if I’m their actual
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property so that’s the thing if nothing
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else I think that even if they end up
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upholding the general law I think that
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part’s gonna get struck down for many
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reasons yet your problem your you are
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probably correct on that they will
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probably say you can’t say you you can’t
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charge somebody who did it in a
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different state because you don’t own
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the people yeah you can just do that I
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can’t see how that gets it for you can
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only govern what happens inside the
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borders and you cannot force people to
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not leave the borders you can’t make you
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can say this isn’t legal here if you do
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this here you could say I’m going to an
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extreme if you brush your teeth will
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charge you with murder okay okay I can
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go somewhere else and brush my teeth and
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if I come back they can’t charge me with
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murder because I didn’t do it there I’m
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not an under their jurisdiction right
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obviously brush isn’t murder but I’m
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just saying in extreme the killing time
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is a bacteria you’re murdering tons of
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bacteria it’s a genocide it’s yet
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massive genocide
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it’s a massive well I don’t want to give
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them any ideas but if that were to
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happen those are single celled organisms
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that deserve the right to live oh wow
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they have thoughts – men they have
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thoughts – we’re gonna make them
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endangered if we continue this is a
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slippery slope it’s a slippery slope
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starts with abortion and before you know
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it you can’t pest-control it’s coming no
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it’s not coming it’s prom so anyway so
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the point of that is I’m pretty sure
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that’ll be struck down Diego – que
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Garcia says how do you feel about
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abortion okay I’m assuming you guys are
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pro-life correct
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I’ll let Matt speak for himself I
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consider myself pro-life I’m also a
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libertarian and an anarchist so I don’t
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think that the way to deal weight gain
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minutes what 18 minutes oh wow that was
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that was absolutely yeah you threw out
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the Anarchy card real early today
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last time was like an hour and a half
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right our our in three minutes you know
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are you recording these yeah I mean I’m
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in my
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okay hope is there a chart cuz I maybe
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we should join you should so a chart it
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well the cats out of the bag I’m an
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anarchist so but and as such I don’t
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really think this state plays a role in
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in fixing the problem or the question of
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abortion but I think just as a simple
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matter of K of course if you have a
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thing with brain activity and a beating
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heart that if allowed to continue to
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grow is going to be if the last human
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being you know and what we all came from
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then terminating that for some reason
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other than protecting the life of the
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mother
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you know even with rape it’s it’s she
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didn’t consensually have the kid anymore
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that’s a tough one but I could even see
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having that as an exception because it’s
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so rare compared to the vast majority of
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abortions which are just like well I
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don’t want to have the child and I’m not
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under playing the reasons people have
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for for having abortions I don’t think
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most people are like giddy about having
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abortions I think that it’s for most
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people that get them it’s a it’s a tough
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decision for them to make um for most of
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them so I’m not I’m not I’m not trying
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to trivialize what they’re going through
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but yeah I would consider myself
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pro-life but I’m definitely not part of
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the you know Christian right pro-life
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you know I put it this way I don’t think
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this law is the way to deal with it
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especially not the idea that the
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slippery slope that’s created by saying
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even if you break if you break any law
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outside of the state that would if you
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do anything that would have been illegal
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in the state we’re gonna get you as soon
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as you come back anywhere that’s a huge
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mess as big get Shane Sweeney as big get
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Shane Sweeney says making a lot only
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creates criminals changing the culture
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regarding abortion can solve the problem
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yeah it really is yeah that that’s in my
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mind you’re gonna you’re gonna stop a
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lot of abortions by through a lot of
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different things first of all abortions
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are down and continue to draw up
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slightly each year
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because of increased access to to
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contraception increased sex education
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and increased knowledge of exactly
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what’s inside of of these these women I
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think in the 70s and 80s it was more
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like this abstract thing with these very
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rough ultrasounds now that we get these
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3d images where you can you know
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reconstruct it and see an actual baby
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forming I think that’s a big part of it
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so I think abortions abortions are a
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problem that are through increased
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education and and also the fact that
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apparently kids are having less sex
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which is kind of why but they are
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and when I say kids I mean like
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teenagers and early 20s like young
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Millennials and generations II people
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are having the least sex of anyone since
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like my dad’s generation which was
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before the Boomers which is okay okay so
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that’s helping so I I don’t I don’t
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think criminalizing going out of state
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to get an abortion know that you were
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raped is a good look also at that point
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you’d say what happens if like the next
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step in that I believe I would think
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anyway would be if you were to conceive
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a child in Georgia even if you weren’t a
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resident of Georgia but you let’s say
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let’s say you’re vacationing in Savannah
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yeah you’re you’re enjoying the Savannah
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st. Patrick’s Day festivities which are
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great if you’ve never been I would never
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go back because I don’t drink anymore
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but if you do go like it’s a great time
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but yeah you’re you’re there you you and
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you and your girlfriend or your fiancee
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or wife or whatever you’re there and you
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hook up and bam she gets pregnant and
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then you go back to Florida like they
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can’t say well that was conceived here
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that was it creates show me you know
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you’re exactly right that would be the
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next step because their sake because
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this fetus baby whatever you want to
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call it doesn’t have a social security
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number or establish residency yet
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they’re saying because it was a baby
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from Georgia at can
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reception well it’s a Georgian baby
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until it you know decides otherwise and
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we’re gonna protect it there’s just so
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much and then ask the question does that
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mean child support starts at conception
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because if this is a human life that
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needs to be protected everything that
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applies to a baby now applies to a fetus
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and I’m not necessarily against making
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changes to say fetuses or babies now but
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I think this was a very this was a law
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that was passed for political reasons
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because Georgia’s very pro-life this guy
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ran is pro-life he wants to create a a
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wedge issue on the Left which in the
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South still has many social
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conservatives in it um so I I get it I
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get why he did it um a man it’s gonna be
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said people are talking about boycott
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Georgia I’d be scared to go to Georgia
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like what’s the next thing that they’re
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gonna say you can’t do that elsewhere
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and then step foot there I’m waiting for
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the I’m just waiting for the flood the
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absolute flood of people who are 20
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years old in three months to go around
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say nope begins at conception I’m now 21
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oh yeah I’m now 21 I should be able to
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drink or you know seventeen and three
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months where no I wouldn’t you be if you
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if you’re legally a human being with all
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the rights bestowed upon you why would
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it start when you pass through the birth
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canal that’s now that’s now kind of an
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arbitrary thing right I mean it’s not
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arbitrary but it’s arbitrary in that
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it’s not like as far as a be happening
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less that’s special there anymore right
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as far as age goes like technically
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according to law according to you George
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in law Georgia law oh you have been
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you’ve been living for nine months okay
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well then I don’t then I want to have
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all of the rights that are you know
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given to me at the right age like yeah I
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want to start drinking nine months
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earlier I want to start
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smokin cigarettes nine months earlier I
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want to if Georgia ever legalized weed
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smoke weed nine months earlier not that
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George is not gonna do that any time
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Georgia South Carolina we will be the
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last states to do right the age of
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consent in Georgia is 16 years old so
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that means you’re gonna have 15 to 15
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year to month they’re saying I’m ready
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to consent yeah cuz I was a person when
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I was conceived and then you’re gonna
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have people who are much older than that
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telling them that they want to keep them
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sins yes but then they’re gonna
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immediately move from Georgia because
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they don’t want to conceive there it’s
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like again this was passed in my mind it
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was somewhat unserious how they passed
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it they passed it in a way that would
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make pro-lite so single-issue pro-life
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voters make up and this was like 10
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years ago when I read it but I imagine
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it hasn’t changed much single issue
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pro-life voters people who only one
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reason they don’t care about anything
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else they don’t care about immigration
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they don’t care about Republican
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Democrat whatever they care about abort
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twenty percent single issue pro-life
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voters that’s all they care about one
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out of every five voters and they are
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the most they are among the most likely
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to vote are people who only care about
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your position on abortion that’s it if
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you’re pro-life and the more pro-life
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you are the more they will support you
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campaign for you volunteer for you
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donate for you that is a huge we talk
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about you know the Republicans and
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Democrats competing for the black vote
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which is something like I think it’s
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more around 11 or 12 percent of the the
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overall vote or you know the burgeoning
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Hispanic vote which is getting up in the
25:51
in the mid to high-teens 20% of voters
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all they want to know is are you
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pro-life or not right and single issue
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pro-choice is way lower because
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pro-choice people also typically have a
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lot of other you know things that you
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have to check off on the on the
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progressive side pro-life voters are
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doing it for a religious reason yes they
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don’t give a crap about taxes or trade
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they might have opinions on those things
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but you could be against every single
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one of those things and they will vote
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for you if you could be on everything
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else something that they’re they can be
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against every other one of your
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positions
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if you support banning abortion and
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doing it in the most like severe in
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harsh terms possible like this bill
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would do then or even you know making it
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we’re at the very moment of conception
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it’s illegal to to you know to you know
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abort the very second it’s made which
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means that if you use an IUD you’ve
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committed murder they will vote for you
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and that’s all they care about because
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they believe that like not doing that is
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you know getting in the way of their
26:51
potential eternal salvation like I mean
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they’re they’re doing this for religious
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reasons so that’s why they did it but it
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was a stupid the way they wrote it was
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dumb as hell then and uh Shiloh Shiloh
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large large large large sorry shallow if
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I’m saying your name one
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seventeen-year-olds legal for porn so
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like barely legal would have a whole new
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definition that by the second berry
27:17
would be a countdown to the minute and
27:23
then they start right exactly and like
27:27
so there would be there would be porn
27:29
that would be legal in Georgia because
27:31
you know barely legal yeah no I’m
27:33
totally legal that to be important would
27:35
be blocked from everywhere else
27:38
so almost kiddie porn would be legal in
27:41
Georgia having a baby and then aborting
27:44
it anywhere on earth illegal illegal you
27:48
can see where the paradox comes in right
27:50
it’s it’s crazy so now on the horizon we
27:55
have an issue where and this might this
27:57
is a game changer Bette Midler has
27:59
reportedly also joined in on the hashtag
28:02
sex strike well to the chagrin of nobody
28:07
no one not a single person literally
28:11
literally no one literally no one no one
28:15
the the most surprising thing about this
28:18
news is that Bette Midler is still alive
28:24
yeah in other news Bette Midler not dead
28:27
not dead I’m not sure that anyone has
28:30
cared about having sex with Bette Midler
28:32
since wind beneath my wings which I
28:35
wouldn’t I understand why that songs
28:38
like for
28:38
seven minutes long well no since then I
28:42
think people there might have been a few
28:43
people there like yeah you know I like
28:45
your show tunes and then they hear that
28:46
and they’re like I don’t want to have
28:47
sex with this woman right the 80s I mean
28:50
no so that was I can’t believe I know
28:53
this so that was a song that was written
28:54
for the movie beaches it was Oscar
28:56
nominated for Best Original Song oh
28:59
really
29:00
it was and having liked having seen
29:05
beaches countless times literally I’ve
29:10
seen that movie more times than I could
29:13
possibly admit and you would you would
29:15
call me a liar I wouldn’t because I know
29:19
your viewing habits and that they’re
29:20
weird not only that but I have two
29:22
sisters who loved it and we had one TV
29:25
growing up I see oh see this all makes
29:29
sense now
29:30
all this like teen rom-com stuff you
29:33
were abused
29:34
I was now a hundred percent I was abused
29:36
you were TV you that was TV this is what
29:39
I democracy this is a woman this is this
29:43
is why true democracy doesn’t work I
29:45
ended up watching beaches and romka like
29:50
I’ve seen Sleepless in Seattle literally
29:53
2000 times okay not literally I’ve seen
29:56
at least 300 times though democracy is
29:59
two sisters and a little boy you saw it
30:02
in what to watch tonight right are you
30:05
gonna watch some action movie or are you
30:08
gonna watch beaches again it was beaches
30:10
a constitutional republic is that little
30:13
boy having a gun and still having to
30:17
watch beaches yep but now so having a
30:20
gun but also having a gun that’s been
30:22
Ben Franklin said that yes yes Midler
30:30
not having sex
30:31
Bette Midler not having yes so uh got
30:36
off on that thing
30:37
yeah we did but yeah I even back then I
30:40
didn’t understand why Bette Midler was
30:42
attractive even a little bit and you
30:46
know that was in my formative years yeah
30:49
because but so Barbara Streisand
30:52
you look at her now it’s like huh but
30:53
then if you see Barbra Streisand I think
30:55
like I never I never found her
30:57
attractive you learn stuff from like the
30:59
fit I’m not even in the white women
31:00
stuff from like the 50’s like holy crap
31:03
like oh wow she was pretty and then even
31:07
by the 70s it was like I see you settled
31:10
into this look and it and it and and
31:13
since then it’s just been like you know
31:15
right Gloria Steinem territory but the
31:18
the the there’s gonna be some people
31:22
that are gonna make some connections
31:23
there
31:24
yeah and it’s okay I’m Jewish but the
31:29
but I mean so I I know exactly where you
31:32
were going with that I don’t know I know
31:33
and we have those people are like is
31:35
Gloria Steinem yes so she was a you know
31:43
I could see Barbra Streisand Bette
31:45
Midler now I’m good thanks yeah it’s
31:49
good you throwing a Sarah Jessica Parker
31:52
though all of them have one trait in
31:54
common oh yeah
31:58
nose yeah and she’s she’s like
32:03
scots-irish or something so that’s just
32:06
uh that’s just a deformity yeah that’s
32:10
just a thing that’s just a thing
32:12
so speaking of abortion he can of
32:14
abortion Kida T I’m sweet this was
32:19
something that I was surprised we didn’t
32:20
talk about last week but I guess it is
32:22
he he won’t let it out of the news cycle
32:25
in Pennsylvania a state representative
32:28
named Brian Simms offered people money
32:32
to Doc’s a group of and they were kids
32:35
right like they were like teenagers let
32:37
me play the let me play the audio for
32:39
you got it right here nice I hope this
32:42
works cuz I haven’t tried it from this
32:43
computer yet this might work
32:46
this might work yeah I think it’s gonna
32:49
work it’s just very slow right now okay
32:52
but so yeah Brian Sims
32:54
yeah Brian Sims offered people money to
32:57
Doc’s a group of Christian prayer ball
32:59
representative Brian Sims here and I’m
33:01
once again out in front
33:03
of Planned Parenthood of southeastern
33:06
Pennsylvania
33:07
today’s protestor now she is an old lady
33:10
who’s gonna try to avoid showing you her
33:12
face shame on you what you’re doing here
33:14
is disgusting this is wrong no I just
33:17
want to point out because we didn’t I
33:19
didn’t get a chance to pull the video
33:21
over she is doing the work she’s praying
33:23
the rosary while he’s saying what you’re
33:25
doing here is wrong that is a very
33:27
important point that needs to be made in
33:29
this video look being out here so after
33:35
he does her a couple days later this
33:38
passes there the kind of attacks that we
33:40
can expect on Planned Parenthood’s in
33:42
the current administration shame on you
33:44
man for standing out shame on you know
33:46
what’s right for other people’s bodies
33:48
and don’t convince yourself that what
33:50
you’re doing isn’t extremely racist how
33:53
dare you this is grotesque this so real
33:56
quick on that real quick on that racist
34:01
racist which this woman might be white
34:05
not a hundred percent sure he’s right
34:06
you don’t see her face she could be
34:08
Hispanic I’m not a hundred percent sure
34:10
I’m not gonna say but where abortion
34:16
we’re the idea of Sanger Marlys Sanger
34:20
right no more like Margaret Sanger
34:22
Margaret Sanger mark Marla singer was in
34:25
Fight Club Oh mark Margaret Margaret
34:29
Sanger Marla singer yeah Margaret
34:32
Margaret vinegar thank you Sanger I keep
34:36
getting I like all I’m thinking is a
34:37
Fight Club singer yeah
34:40
mark her she when she came up with
34:44
abortion the initial intention for it
34:46
was to keep african-americans from
34:50
having children yeah black people Jews
34:54
slobs like anyone Eastern Europeans
34:57
pretty much anyone that was an arrogant
34:58
Aryan or arrogant and also you know
35:03
people would you know any kind of
35:04
deformities you know if they had a child
35:07
and she was a huge Ernest she believed
35:10
in the whole you know that you know that
35:12
white people were genetically superior
35:13
and that abortion should be used as a
35:15
tool to
35:18
Keep America as white as possible keep
35:20
the world as his wife and fit quote
35:23
unquote as possible and this was a time
35:24
when Irish people and Eastern Europeans
35:27
and Greeks and some Italians were not
35:29
getting Italians and Jack were not
35:30
considered white white men Northern
35:32
European that’s who they wanted everyone
35:34
else could go you know have abortions
35:36
all day and I mean she even spoke in
35:38
front of in front of Klan rallies like I
35:40
mean she spoke in front of a couple Klan
35:42
women’s luncheons talking about how
35:44
abortion was important to you know keep
35:47
the Negro population down so I mean if
35:50
we’re gonna inject race into this
35:52
conversation which I I will I will
35:53
gracefully graciously assume that these
35:56
young ladies day they’re these people
35:59
that he’s calling racist this is this is
36:01
we’re not even talking about race this
36:03
is an elderly woman right now this one
36:05
is an elderly woman again you don’t see
36:07
her face so hard to say how old but
36:11
definitely an elderly woman who she was
36:14
just praying supposedly you know just
36:18
based on what the videos she’s video
36:20
shows right right she was just praying
36:21
doing the rosary and this was the racist
36:25
horrible horrendous act that he got mad
36:29
at now let’s let us continue with state
36:33
Rep Brian Simms is the hiding shameful
36:38
face of those the judge oh yeah she got
36:40
to his wife
36:41
a bunch of pseudo Christian protesters
36:44
who’ve been out here shaming young girls
36:45
for being here here’s the deal I’ve got
36:47
$100 to anybody who’ll identify any of
36:49
these three these are teenagers these
36:54
are teenagers that he just offered $100
36:58
to Doc’s to anybody that’s watching I
37:03
that is a disgusting awful move like
37:08
that that is that is just terrible for
37:12
anybody and government to be doing you
37:14
are literally offering money to Doc’s
37:17
teenager to open them up to the bullying
37:20
to open them up to the harassment to
37:21
open them up to the threats all of it
37:23
you just did that for a hundred bucks
37:26
because you didn’t like the fact that
37:27
these teenage kids are praying in front
37:33
of a Planned Parenthood
37:34
first of all this guy exactly all of
37:37
that yes and I will assume that they
37:39
were not trying to actually physically
37:40
block anyone from going into Planned
37:42
Parenthood based on the video yeah and
37:45
I’ve seen these I’ve seen these protests
37:47
what they do especially because a lot of
37:49
states don’t allow them to even talk to
37:51
the women coming in and stuff like that
37:52
but I don’t know how Pennsylvania is but
37:54
usually what they do is they stand
37:56
outside of abortion clinics in public
37:57
areas like the parking lots and the
37:59
sidewalks and so forth and they hold up
38:00
signs about you know life and cherishing
38:02
life and being against abortion and it
38:05
ranges everything from supportive and
38:07
loving to you know harsh but they’re
38:09
just you know they’re pickets about
38:10
signs about you know their opposition to
38:13
abortion and they pray a lot right and
38:16
if you a lot of praying because again
38:18
this is a religious thing right they
38:20
they believe that they can you know that
38:24
by praying that they’re made that that
38:26
you that they you know that they’re
38:28
playing and and and that you know that
38:30
the Lord will touch the hearts of the
38:33
women that you know are going in and and
38:36
and stop them in that last moment from
38:38
from having an abortion and some I know
38:40
there’s a bunch of women like the
38:42
Charlotte area and stuff like that where
38:43
they like hand out pamphlets and offer
38:46
like you know if you’re not sure if you
38:47
want to have an abortion you know we can
38:49
help you you know to to you know with
38:52
with you know different things and help
38:53
you to place a child for adoption if you
38:55
want
38:55
if you think you might want to be a
38:56
parent but you’re just scared we can
38:58
help you with that but they’re they’re
39:00
not usually the stereotypical and it
39:03
doesn’t sound like these ladies these
39:04
you know old ladies and school kids it’s
39:06
high school kid are you know the ones
39:08
that are throwing stuff at people and
39:09
you know yelling poor and slut and stuff
39:11
like that right oh and by the way Brian
39:13
she’s still not gonna date you um he
39:18
sounds like the stereotypical I’m a I’m
39:22
a male feminist and he goes in I thought
39:25
you were talking about the comments and
39:27
I was like what did Brian Wolfe sit up
39:30
front no Brian she’ll definitely date
39:32
you Brian
39:32
no literally Hitler um Brian Brian Simms
39:37
yeah Brian Simms yeah you know this is
39:40
like I support women’s rights guys and I
39:45
don’t know how far I want to go to down
39:48
the bottom line is that women aren’t
39:49
attracted to men like that right so you
39:52
want that but they don’t actually want
39:53
so he’s now offered a hundred a hundred
39:56
bucks to anybody who will identify any
39:58
of these three and it in the shot in the
40:03
shot it’s two very obvious teenage girls
40:07
16:15 I don’t know I can’t tell ages
40:10
anymore and it what looks to be like
40:11
their guardian of sorts like whether
40:17
it’s a church leader or parent or
40:19
something all right right a chaperone or
40:20
a chaperone that was the word I was
40:22
looking for Thanks
40:22
and then he continues cuz you know he’s
40:27
not going to end there one of these
40:37
girls not white stands up says I’m not
40:39
white oh I didn’t get the right video
40:47
but yeah one girl is like I’m pretty far
40:49
from white after riot he swings around
40:52
and he starts talking to this to this
40:55
young kid this young man this young boy
40:57
okay I don’t really like like he’s too
41:02
too old to be a boy but too young to be
41:04
a man he’s like right in that right
41:06
you’re gonna have a adolescent male
41:09
young little skinny kind of nerdy
41:12
looking like I don’t want to like pick
41:14
on the kid but you know he’s skinny tiny
41:17
badness to me kid right all right right
41:19
bad haircut glasses and easily what’s
41:22
your name and the kid tells him and then
41:26
he’s like what where do you live in the
41:28
kids ago I’m from wherever and like I
41:30
don’t know where it was is South East
41:33
pencil but you know someone and I’m just
41:34
like what why can’t why is he doing this
41:38
to this poor kid like assuming assume
41:43
even if they are out there as if these
41:48
kids are out there and they’re useless
41:50
you whore you know waving the sign right
41:52
exactly if they’re being abusive in or
41:54
grabbing people or something like that
41:56
that’s one thing yeah yeah if they’re
41:57
doing that not where Brian Sims should
42:01
be and he should not be doing that to a
42:04
child he should be doing that to whoever
42:06
the chaperone is he shouldn’t be doing
42:08
that to the kid right like it was a
42:12
disgusting look at it and he only did it
42:14
a hundred percent he only did it because
42:19
he like you said like he’s not she’s
42:21
still not gonna date you bro he would
42:23
not have the balls to do that to
42:25
somebody his own height oh yeah yeah
42:28
yeah yeah if you were I were out there
42:30
he’s gonna he’s gonna look for a woman
42:32
or a kid to do it to you can it listen
42:34
guys
42:35
ladies and gentlemen be careful of your
42:37
soy intake okay I just I like a nice
42:41
tofu of some tempeh I like so I actually
42:43
have soy but you gotta watch your levels
42:46
and you gotta make sure that you’re
42:47
eating like just like organic non
42:49
processed soy you can’t get out here
42:51
with this like soy milk and soy this in
42:54
cipher key and you know like all this
42:56
like fit you know turkey and like all
42:58
these fake thing you’re getting
43:00
processed hydrogenated soy protein which
43:03
turns into phytoestrogens and then turn
43:05
meat then now you’ve become Brian simps
43:07
so don’t do that right don’t do that you
43:09
get you get the the titties and and and
43:13
women lose the titties I think I’m not
43:16
sure woman but yeah that’s not good
43:19
him going out you know he’s
43:21
he’s got his phone he’s self eing it up
43:24
with his perfectly manicured face hey
43:31
this was like pure virtue signaling like
43:34
a hundred percent on a on a on a hyper
43:38
scale we have a group of all white
43:42
people out people all white people out
43:45
here and one of those like I’m totally
43:48
not what I’m told that way and he is is
43:51
a white male director sexual I need to
43:56
look I don’t know so do you know who the
44:00
hodgetwins are no he’s gay
44:03
I’d the hodgetwins oh the the the
44:06
they’re like mixed the guys like do the
44:09
jokes yeah yeah I know they they were
44:13
dude they they had that video up on
44:16
their YouTube which is where I first saw
44:18
it and they said that he looks like
44:21
Steve Carell from the 40 year old virgin
44:24
except gay yeah and he is gay he’s
44:28
actually the first openly gay elected
44:31
state legislature in Pennsylvania
44:32
history well Brian he might date you
44:34
because he’s probably like you but you
44:36
didn’t have to do that anyway the rules
44:38
are completely different with with gay
44:39
men because um men are easy and so you
44:43
don’t even need to do this you just get
44:44
sex cuz men right so different rules so
44:51
I take that back
44:52
she’s well she’s definitely yeah you’re
44:56
not gonna date her though so I mean
44:57
you’re not gonna date here it’s just not
44:59
gonna work right so and you weren’t even
45:01
concerned about that so I take that back
45:02
I I stick with the thing about the soy
45:04
and not the someone makes you gay or
45:07
anything like that but but he was having
45:11
like a high-pitched rage fest right at
45:14
people smaller and weaker than him
45:17
because they disagreed with him and that
45:19
is like I’m telling you it’s
45:21
phytoestrogen you gotta be careful of
45:22
that stuff be careful you’re out here
45:25
you’re you’re you know it says vegetable
45:27
what what’s the vegetable soybean it’s a
45:29
soy he’s the veg right
45:30
it’s my B just stop stop
45:34
I have like III could go on about
45:36
phytoestrogens for a while but I’m not
45:38
going to welcome so speaking of things
45:42
that some people are just trying to kill
45:46
and it just won’t die ever the Donald
45:51
Trump Russia investigation does zombie
45:55
investigation at this point because it’s
45:57
over
45:58
but we’re still investigating you know
46:00
there’s gonna be an investigation of the
46:02
investigation so bill Barr you I can’t
46:04
remember
46:06
so Attorney General Bill Barr who he has
46:12
been held in contempt because he didn’t
46:14
want to show up to the Senate which I
46:17
which I’ve now found out there’s other
46:19
layers to that where he wouldn’t this
46:21
time he wasn’t gonna be questioned by
46:22
Senate he was gonna be questioned by
46:25
lawyers uh and he was like no I’m not no
46:30
I’m not doing this
46:31
wait lawyers bye-bye-bye lawyers who are
46:35
gonna question him about the the
46:39
prosecutorial standard like whatever ID
46:41
whatever it was and he was just like no
46:43
this is dumb that’s Koreans ending why
46:45
wouldn’t the lawyers just feed the
46:46
questions to the Senators and I don’t
46:49
know don’t ask me the questions I don’t
46:51
know the answers to so he has now
46:56
appointed counsel to investigate the
46:59
Russia probe and where it came from and
47:02
whether the intelligence collection was
47:05
lawful
47:06
so when Kamala Harris was up there
47:08
saying has Donald Trump or anybody at
47:12
the White House ever asked you to
47:14
investigate anyone ever ever which is
47:18
your job which is your job and he’s like
47:20
I don’t understand the question cuz yes
47:22
that’s my job the answer would have been
47:25
yes yes yeah the answer is now yes he’s
47:31
appointing counsel to investigate right
47:33
so it’s his job he has now assigned John
47:37
Durham to investigate the origins of the
47:39
Russia probe he is a longtime Justice
47:42
Department lawyer currently serving as
47:44
the US Attorney for Connecticut
47:47
and he the prosecutor yep
47:50
and he has been charged with looking
47:54
into how the FBI began its investigation
47:56
into the Russia attempts to tamper with
47:59
the 2016 presidential election
48:01
impossible collusion by the Trump
48:03
campaign and whether or not the FBI’s
48:08
intelligence collection activities were
48:10
lawful and appropriate now this sounds
48:15
like the exact same investigation except
48:17
just from like a different just that he
48:20
did like they tried to flank from the
48:22
from the east and it didn’t work so now
48:24
they’re flankin from the west excetera
48:26
all of this is going to come back to the
48:29
dossier the the fake Russian dossier
48:33
that’s steel doctorsteel does it’s all
48:35
going to come back to that it’s all
48:37
gonna come circling back to that and he
48:42
is gonna be investigating what
48:43
personally this is what I think don’t I
48:45
have not read this I don’t know if this
48:47
is actually accurate but he is gonna be
48:49
investigating where that dossier came
48:51
from and if it was good enough for them
48:55
to start doing for the FISA warrants to
48:59
be so to wiretap Trump and his people
49:03
right and if that happens then so I
49:08
think like they came in from the they
49:10
flank from the east and they failed and
49:12
right so now Trump and his team is going
49:16
okay we just need to go in from the West
49:19
we go in from the West they won’t be
49:21
expecting us from the West and right
49:23
we’re gonna take down we’re gonna take
49:25
down Hillary and we’re gonna take down
49:27
Obama and we’re we’re gonna put them in
49:31
jail and get rid of Comey
49:32
now I’ll go to jail for treason this is
49:35
they’re not it’s just gonna be more
49:38
waste of my time and money and
49:40
everybody’s new brain Cointreau white
49:43
water
49:44
[Music]
49:49
Iraq WMDs slash 9/11 investigation
49:53
Benghazi and fast and furious and the
49:56
Russian investigation and the
49:58
investigation of the rust
49:59
investigate like no one goes to jail no
50:06
one goes to jail because these are the
50:08
most powerful people on earth and it’s
50:10
also the most powerful people on earth
50:12
who maybe their political opponents but
50:16
there are also the most powerful people
50:17
on earth and if they set the precedent
50:19
that the most powerful people in
50:20
government can go down for you know
50:24
something other than like you know
50:25
straight up you know murdering someone
50:27
in cold blood or something like that
50:28
which Hillary got away with but um you
50:31
know something short of that you know
50:32
some procedural you know fraudulent you
50:35
know you know whether something was
50:39
lawful and appropriate maybe some
50:42
lackeys get fired maybe a couple people
50:44
go to jail like with the Russia
50:45
investigation but that’s it Trump’s not
50:48
going to prison Obama’s not going to
50:50
prison
50:51
Hillary’s not going to prison all the
50:53
lock her up lock him up it’s all crap
50:55
they’re just keeping everyone at each
50:57
other’s throats with this partisan
50:59
garbage – endlessly investigate the rule
51:03
of law and if anybody like if it because
51:06
you know there’s gonna be people on the
51:08
right specifically in this case we’re
51:10
gonna say no she broke the law she
51:13
deleted her emails and she whatever to
51:17
anybody who thinks that you know Trump’s
51:19
going to jail or Obama’s going to jail
51:21
or Hillary’s going to jail name the last
51:24
time one of our governmental leaders was
51:30
put in prison for a crime that would
51:32
have landed us in jail for life there’s
51:40
there is one that I can think of Denny
51:43
Harlan Denny Harlan Danny on speaker
51:49
former Speaker of the House sir
51:51
pastor Danny Hastert yeah but see he did
51:54
so he did something that yeah he did he
51:56
did something elements had no politics
51:58
molesting kids right that’s uh and boys
52:03
in case kids wasn’t enough yeah that he
52:07
did Penn State thing yeah if if Donald
52:11
Trump gets caught molesting boys
52:13
the all bets are off and the same thing
52:15
with you know if Hillary Clinton or one
52:17
a like molesting like caught and there’s
52:20
proof then that’s one of those things
52:22
where people are like yeah I know you
52:23
got to go right and the this is the
52:27
voters will cry for blood until that
52:30
gets resolved because of because the
52:33
nature of that type of crime this kind
52:35
of like something might be fraudulent
52:36
and obstruction in this kind of a break
52:41
rules and the worst they do is they have
52:43
to resign
52:44
you know Nixon he had to resign and he
52:46
got pardoned right oh I’m waiting for
52:49
Trump to part and all the people that
52:50
went to jail for not riding on him and
52:53
not pardoning Michael Cohen who ratted
52:56
on him so it did you good negotiation
52:59
there so yeah I mean I but he’s willing
53:02
to rap more I have no information that I
53:12
can give you if it’ll give me less jail
53:13
time why didn’t you say exactly why
53:17
don’t you say before I really really
53:18
really really really really hate him
53:19
he’s terrible I’m so sorry okay well
53:21
you’d still go into jail right you’re
53:23
still in jail I want to tell you more
53:25
about how much I hate him you’re free to
53:27
do that jail will Skype you in will yeah
53:31
yeah will Skype you can live stream it
53:33
uh straight to jail right oh and you
53:36
know what that would probably make a
53:38
great podcast I’ll I’d have him on I’d
53:41
have a an all Cohen our of power with
53:45
Michael Cohen Mike it’s Mike Cohen and I
53:47
just like what do you think of Donald
53:48
Trump I hate Donald Trump he’s terrible
53:50
I hate him he’s a schmuck and he’s a
53:52
racist not him okay I was I know that um
53:57
my love for the TV show Scrubs is pretty
54:01
much unparalleled by anybody in this
54:03
world yeah I believe that there’s one
54:06
person who loves it just as much as me
54:07
his name’s Casey plot he’s the guy that
54:09
got me into the show we can quote the
54:11
entire show but for anybody who watches
54:14
scrubs the lawyer on that show Ted oh
54:20
yeah the bald guy all guy yeah Ted
54:24
he had teddy teddy
54:27
Theodore Buckland to be exact Esquire
54:30
got his got his law degree in Alaska
54:33
because they only have six laws and most
54:36
of them had to do with seals when it is
54:40
okay or not okay to club a seal but he
54:44
looks to me like Michael Cohen just
54:48
without hair like I see Michael Cohen
54:50
I’m like he’s like the sad-sack lawyer
54:52
from he’s like the sad-sack lawyer from
54:55
Scrubs and Shiloh I know that entire
54:58
song by heart not gonna say what song on
55:02
the air but yeah so every time I see
55:07
Michael Cohen not no relation to Spike
55:10
I think of Teddy Buckland I mean far
55:13
enough back yeah I mean it what’s crazy
55:20
is that and he’s always looked like this
55:22
like schlubby and the way he talks he
55:24
has kind of a weird almost like a speech
55:25
impediment type thing going he just has
55:27
a weird that with the strong New York
55:28
accent just see sounds weird and he
55:31
comes off like a doofus and yet he was
55:33
like one of the most powerful attorneys
55:36
in New York for many many years and you
55:39
know was was Don the fixer for one of
55:42
the richest people in New York City like
55:44
it’s it’s crazy that like he still now
55:47
looks like a sad sack except now he is
55:48
an actual sad sack right now he’s a sad
55:51
sack in prison now he’s a sad sack in
55:54
prison but so yeah I don’t know what to
55:57
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59:42
great deal this whole trade war deal
59:45
with China huh
59:49
that’s true this whole trip this whole
59:55
trade deal that actually is not even
59:57
that it’s every trade deal every trade
60:01
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60:02
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60:05
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60:09
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60:12
he is winning everybody is losing right
60:15
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60:20
economics so of course the biggest one
60:23
is the talks between so there was at one
60:26
point it was looking like 40 chess
60:29
master negotiator himself Donald Trump
60:32
was gonna be working out an even better
60:34
trade deal than the one we have with
60:35
China now even lower tariffs on both
60:38
sides which means even freer tray with
60:40
fewer obstructions to open up the two
60:44
largest economic markets in the world to
60:48
each other which would bring about vast
60:50
amounts of increased prosperity
60:54
literally hundreds of millions of people
60:57
out of poverty and and and drive many
60:59
more
61:00
yeowch are pretty much everyone up the
61:01
economic ladder while you know keeping
61:03
prices stable it’s looking like a really
61:05
great thing and then um Donald Trump
61:07
started tweeting now before we get into
61:13
the fallout I read on the day of the
61:20
tweet that his tweet and I could not
61:24
find this article to save my life after
61:26
this so I don’t I I know it was a real
61:29
article first I read it so I can’t
61:32
source it for you though but that this
61:34
one tweet erased something like two
61:38
trillion dollars from the global money
61:43
gone they’re like nope out everybody
61:45
pulled out and it was out gone now
61:48
that’s power by the way well just as a
61:50
side note if you can tweet and it erases
61:53
the an amount of money more than the
61:56
gross domestic product of like all but
61:58
like two or three countries that is a
62:00
powerful it’s not a good use of that
62:02
power but it is power he did that in
62:04
like three hundred and sixty characters
62:05
I think that’s what Twitter allows now
62:09
I’m not even a hundred percent sure he
62:11
all caps boomer tweeted the economy into
62:14
a major correction the global economy
62:18
the global economy into a major
62:20
correction so China is now raising
62:24
tariffs on more than five thousand
62:25
products to as high as 25 percent duties
62:32
have on some will increase by 20 percent
62:37
they were previously anywhere from five
62:40
to ten percent so this is a doubling or
62:42
more on the tariffs it was the tariffs I
62:46
think was ten and the duties was five so
62:51
you’re seeing a four so two and a half
62:54
percent
62:54
two and a half time increase on the
62:56
tariffs and a quadrupling of the entity
63:03
this follows Donald Trump’s decision to
63:06
raise on two hundred billion in Chinese
63:09
products from 10 percent to 25 percent
63:12
he’s deciding on whether or not
63:14
tariffs on the remaining three hundred
63:15
twenty five billion dollars in Chinese
63:17
goods that are sold in the US and and
63:20
you know because we’re against socialism
63:22
and government intruding in the economy
63:24
right right but you know since this
63:26
trade war is causing major harm to a
63:29
group of people farmers who were voted
63:33
in droves for Donald Trump
63:35
he’s now seeking from Congress fifteen
63:37
billion dollars in subsidies for farmers
63:38
to give them relief from the trade war
63:40
repercussions because we’re against
63:42
socialism right and this is where you’re
63:45
you’re gonna see many people on the
63:47
right so many people on the right think
63:49
that the the always Trump errs oh yeah
63:53
the always Trump errs they will defend
63:55
this thing a this is all part of the
63:57
plan this is what we need to do we need
64:01
to get together as a country we need to
64:02
support the farmers while this is going
64:04
on no no I mean I’m all for support like
64:08
I support the farmers with my hope that
64:12
he will get rid of the tariffs so they
64:15
can start selling to them they can start
64:18
selling their goods normally and we
64:22
don’t have to support them these are the
64:25
same people by the way who will scream
64:27
about you know black ghetto thugs on
64:30
welfare but yet here we are we’re you
64:32
know once again as in the inner-city
64:36
the government has created barriers to
64:38
entry and and regulations and taxes
64:40
which is what tariffs tariffs and duties
64:41
are taxes that consumer pays them paid
64:44
by the consumer they’re not paid by some
64:46
other magical entity taxes all taxes are
64:49
like are paid by you when you buy the
64:52
thing as the end user and so it’s it’s
64:54
it’s harming the consumers it’s harming
64:56
the the farmers and and so now they’re
64:59
getting the essentially welfare which
65:00
and they’re saying well but it’s being
65:02
paid for with the tariffs well that’s
65:03
like saying yeah we have welfare but
65:05
it’s paid for higher taxes on the rich
65:07
um it’s just it’s it’s absurd so stocks
65:10
have dropped more than two percent
65:11
Monday yesterday the Dow dropped over
65:16
six hundred points even Larry Kudlow who
65:19
see real quick on the Larry cooler thing
65:22
before before we say now many many many
65:25
always Trump errs they’re gonna sit
65:26
there and they’re going to
65:27
no we don’t really pay the tariffs um I
65:29
guess we do we still pay that we we pay
65:31
the tariffs like they just increase the
65:33
price of the goods so that way that’s
65:34
what you’re paying when you plate it’s
65:36
now just included in the cost and your
65:39
pays all time right yes now Trump errs
65:42
we’ll argue that all day long all day
65:45
long that that’s not what’s happening
65:46
even though if this was I don’t know
65:49
three and a half years ago they would be
65:51
arguing that’s what’s happening oh yeah
65:54
of course
65:54
right but now it’s not now it’s
65:56
different now Larry Kudlow who is the
66:00
White House economic adviser
66:09
that’s how tariffs work and Larry could
66:13
law I mean he’s definitely a hyper
66:15
partisan and he’ll say some stupid stuff
66:17
but he’s actually an economist and he
66:18
for the most part knows what he’s
66:20
talking about and no no economist that’s
66:24
even attempting to be honest will try to
66:27
tell you that a thing that is added to
66:30
the price of a product isn’t paid for by
66:33
the person who buys it at the end right
66:35
it’s like if if someone raises who pays
66:38
sales taxes you you the consumer who
66:40
pays corporate taxes you do the
66:44
corporation’s don’t go man I guess we’re
66:46
just gonna eat into our profit they pass
66:48
that cost on to the consumer as much as
66:50
they can it still sing yeah go ahead
66:52
you can even you can look at this even
66:55
in a much smaller scale let’s say that
66:57
you go to a record store which you know
67:00
I don’t think there are any national
67:02
record chains anymore I think that
67:03
everything is kind of privately owned I
67:05
believe I could be wrong but you go to
67:08
your local record store to pick up a
67:10
vinyl which if you don’t know what those
67:13
are
67:14
I’m surprised you’re watching us and you
67:18
go and you pick you want to pick up your
67:20
favorite vinyl from the Beatles because
67:22
you found out that they just did this
67:24
read master thing and you go and you
67:26
pick it up and you look at the cover and
67:28
it’s $36 but you go to Amazon and the
67:32
same thing is $20 now yeah the reasoning
67:36
that that is $36 versus $20 is
67:40
you now have employees salaries to pay
67:44
you now have electric bills to pay water
67:47
bills state taxes that they got to pay
67:50
rent the fact that they weren’t able to
67:54
buy it at the same economy of scale so
67:56
they didn’t get the same thing same
67:58
pricing all of that is being passed on
68:00
to you which is the same thing that
68:02
happens in a tariff all overhead is
68:05
overhead all overhead is overhead and is
68:08
paid for by that by the consumer or the
68:10
consumer doesn’t buy it because they
68:11
can’t afford it or they find a better
68:12
deal and that company goes out of
68:14
business it’s not a it’s not a it’s and
68:17
the company in this case is the person
68:19
who you’re selling it to you it’s not
68:20
the Chinese they already sold it here
68:22
the tariff has already been prepaid by
68:24
the by the people bringing it to you and
68:27
now you can’t buy it and puts them out
68:29
of business right um so I mean there’s
68:32
so many places to go with this replace
68:34
tariffs if you support tariffs to stop
68:38
the trade deficit and to make things
68:40
fairer for the American worker replace
68:43
tariffs with tax replace trade deficit
68:47
with income inequality and replace
68:49
American worker with American poor and
68:52
congratulations you’re a welfare state
68:53
progressive yep and there’s no
68:55
substantive difference in both cases you
68:59
are advocate you are because of a
69:00
perceived unfairness instead of looking
69:04
at the problem that caused that
69:06
unfairness in the first place you are
69:08
telling the government to make it even
69:09
worse by adding a tax which
69:12
disproportionately harms the very people
69:14
that it’s supposed to help in
69:16
permanently entrenches them in their
69:19
level of poverty because now they don’t
69:21
have a way to work their way up they now
69:22
just have to live on the social safety
69:24
net that’s literally what you’re
69:26
advocating for and so don’t tell me
69:28
you’re against welfare and don’t tell me
69:30
you’re against government meddling in
69:32
the economy if you’re in favor of the
69:34
trade war and much like with taxes
69:37
because taxes don’t go it once you get a
69:38
tax you have that that tax is just part
69:40
of your life forever
69:43
oh yeah very rarely does the tax get
69:45
repealed or even reduced you can say the
69:47
same thing about subsidies these
69:50
subsidies aren’t going away
69:52
though these are temporary subsidies in
69:55
order to help out the farmers while this
69:57
trade while China is not willing to deal
69:59
know these someone permanent part of the
70:01
farm bill yeah gonna be part of the farm
70:03
bill forever yeah yeah absolutely and
70:06
people so people will say because
70:08
tariffs hurt the consumer the Chinese
70:10
government are hurting their consumers
70:12
primarily that’s who’s hurt the most by
70:14
their tariffs and people go well if
70:15
tariffs are bad why are the Chinese
70:17
doing it why are the Communist Chinese
70:19
doing a bad economic decision right I
70:21
don’t know because they’re Communists
70:23
and most of the plans that why is the
70:26
government that killed like close to a
70:28
hundred people hundred million people
70:30
during the Great Leap Forward to try to
70:31
forcibly turn everyone into co-opt
70:34
farmers the entire country how could
70:36
they possibly may be making a bad
70:38
economic decision they’re communists we
70:41
joke about how communists are stupid all
70:44
day long yeah this is a example of that
70:46
we do not have to do what communists do
70:48
right and many of the people are the
70:52
boomers who are you know the truck the
70:53
trumpet boomers who are out there going
70:55
you know who are saying things like well
70:58
China does it to them I want to remind
71:03
them the things that they have been
71:05
saying to us our entire lives of if your
71:08
friends were gonna go and jump off of a
71:11
bridge would you do it if your friends
71:15
are all gonna go make a bad decision you
71:17
should say no your communist friends
71:22
they’re not just your friends that make
71:24
bad decisions they’re communists why are
71:26
you even hanging out with communists
71:28
stop hanging out with communists stop
71:29
hanging out with communists if
71:30
communists say hey man we’re gonna try
71:32
doing these terrible these terrible
71:35
economic policies that caused the global
71:38
depression and followed by the global
71:40
war of the 1920s 30s and 40s with the
71:43
smoot-hawley Act which triggered a
71:46
massive worldwide trade war which
71:49
resulted in its began the Great
71:52
Depression worsened the Great Depression
71:53
and then led to World Wars because when
71:56
country stopped trading goods they start
71:58
trading bullets and rockets and not in
72:01
the good way
72:01
they’re fired you want to join us and do
72:05
it No
72:06
communists know we’re gonna we’re going
72:09
to continue opening our markets up for
72:10
our consumers because it helps them it
72:13
lowers the price of things and if our
72:15
canoe sirs are seeing that their
72:18
products cost more than your producers
72:20
well then we’re gonna get rid of the
72:22
regulations that make that the case
72:23
we’re gonna get rid of the taxes
72:24
regulations and put them on an even
72:25
playing field so that not only will they
72:27
be able to compete even better than than
72:30
you but you may end up start moving your
72:32
your your bases of operation or at least
72:34
at the end assembly plants over here
72:36
because it’ll save you guys money the
72:38
alternative to that is what happens when
72:40
you raise the price of basic goods and
72:42
services what happens is we are a net
72:45
importer of things like steel
72:47
and-and-and-and and aluminum and-and-and
72:51
and basic products like that we import
72:53
raw materials and export finished
72:56
products air conditioners cars you know
72:59
prefab this and that electronics and
73:02
things like that what happens is so
73:03
imagine you’re a an air conditioner
73:06
you’re an air conditioner company of a
73:08
fairly large one okay you rely heavily
73:11
on steel and aluminum and you’ve been
73:13
able to buy it fairly cheaply in the US
73:15
because you get it from China and from
73:17
Canada well now with these tariffs now
73:20
it costs so much that you can’t compete
73:22
with foreign air conditioning companies
73:24
who are still able to buy it more
73:26
cheaply from those countries so now you
73:29
have one of three options you can either
73:31
move your base of operations to a
73:33
country like Canada or China or Mexico
73:35
where you can still buy that so now
73:36
you’re losing American jobs because
73:38
those jobs are gonna go somewhere else
73:40
you can advocate for tariffs on air
73:46
conditioners from other countries which
73:48
is partially what’s been happening to
73:50
air conditioners and washing machines
73:51
which now makes it even worse and now
73:53
you’re moving up the food chain of
73:54
people who need those things and and it
73:56
cost more now they can’t provide things
73:59
like how you couldn’t provide air
74:01
conditioners with with the more
74:02
expensive steel or you run to government
74:04
and demand subsidies which are you know
74:06
paid for by robbing everyone else so now
74:11
you’re rent-seeking you have them one of
74:12
many options but none of them are good
74:14
all of them are bad and then let’s
74:17
address thank you Matt for letting me
74:19
rant on this you actually put in
74:20
note spike will rant about terrace and I
74:22
appreciate that you’re welcome you know
74:24
thank you um let’s talk about this trade
74:26
deficit thing I talked about this on my
74:28
show last week but let’s go ahead and
74:29
what the hell let’s do it again imagine
74:31
the scenario imagine is what’s that
74:35
imagine if you will imagine if you will
74:38
so you go to Walmart and the Walmart
74:42
greeter says hey what can Walmart you
74:43
say hey you you cut it out with that I
74:45
know this story here I’ve got my eye on
74:48
you I know exactly what’s going on now
74:51
we have a massive trade deficit you and
74:53
I I come to Walmart
74:55
I bought $15,000 worth $20,000 worth of
74:58
stuff last year from Walmart you didn’t
75:00
buy a single penny of things it’s single
75:01
penny of anything for me at all we have
75:04
a 20 thousand dollar trade deficit
75:06
that’s unfair it’s it’s systemically
75:08
unfair you’re able to just sell me all
75:11
this cheap stuff and I don’t got nothing
75:12
I can even sell you and I for one I’m
75:14
going to stop it right now we’re gonna
75:15
we’re gonna if you don’t start buying
75:17
stuff from me I’m gonna start taxing
75:19
myself every time every time I buy
75:22
anything from you right I’m gonna tax
75:23
myself I’m gonna lose that money and I’m
75:28
gonna do that because I need to
75:29
negotiate here from a position of
75:31
strength and the Walmart greeter goes
75:35
would you like to speak with a manager I
75:37
need to go to speak manager and he says
75:40
what you don’t have anything to sell and
75:42
he go and you go that’s not that’s not
75:44
the point we have a trade deficit now
75:46
you’re probably listening to you’re
75:49
probably listening to this scenario and
75:52
thinking well but that’s not the same
75:54
because when I go to Walmart I’m buying
75:55
stuff that I want I don’t care that
75:57
they’re not buying stuff for me that’s
75:58
not my relationship with China with
76:00
Walmart I’m going and buying stuff that
76:02
I want that’s the same thing with China
76:04
same thing China is not taking money
76:07
from us and giving us less money first
76:12
of all is not China in America you an
76:14
individual consumer are making
76:17
purchasing decisions based on your
76:19
perceived best value for your money and
76:21
very often that means products that came
76:24
either directly from China or came in
76:26
through a company you know like a
76:27
Walmart but but was made in China and
76:30
then distributed by Walmart or a product
76:32
that includes
76:34
you know a more durable you know more
76:36
complex product that includes other
76:37
products and materials that were made or
76:40
distributed from China because it was
76:43
the best value for you you didn’t lose
76:45
anything there’s no deficit you gave
76:47
money and got something in exchange for
76:49
it that you believe is either that has
76:52
that that to you has at least as much if
76:54
not more value than the money you
76:56
exchanged it for their trade deficits or
76:58
a myth just like income inequality just
77:01
stop it
77:02
yeah that’s actually so one of the
77:06
completely anecdotal but one of the
77:11
weirdest most emotionally charged fights
77:16
I’ve ever not fights the heated debates
77:21
with okay my family I ever got into was
77:24
offered trade deficits and I said I’ve
77:27
got a trade and like I said I’ve got a
77:29
trade deficit with Walmart right to
77:31
which that’s not even the same thing
77:34
because Walmart you’re going to Walmart
77:36
to buy something I was like how is that
77:37
any different than what you’re doing
77:38
China who are these people that are
77:41
going to China and saying okay China I
77:42
give you $100 and they go okay we give
77:45
you $40 I lost six you know you’re
77:48
buying something you’re buying something
77:51
at an agreed-upon price now forgive
77:57
forgive me for what I’m about to do here
77:59
okay
78:00
but when I was hanging out with Rand
78:02
Paul when I was hanging out with Rand
78:06
Paul he used this exact this exact story
78:09
actually but I have a trade deficit with
78:13
a with Walmart man that just rang
78:19
forever I feel about this Rand Paul Rand
78:28
Paul that’s right tell me more about
78:31
what Ron Paul Light said right but you
78:34
know he said the exact same story you
78:35
said essentially yeah it wasn’t as long
78:38
because he’s politician right
78:41
he’s more polished than me let’s just
78:43
say it he’s not as raw but he also
78:47
doesn’t have my
78:48
static that’s true but uh yeah he you
78:53
know and he was saying that he’s like
78:54
and and people you know doing the hands
78:57
together thing that he does what people
78:59
people say you know that’s different but
79:01
you know it’s really it’s not different
79:03
because yes you’re you’re getting what
79:06
you want from China and all we’re doing
79:08
is raising the price for all of us here
79:10
in America when and I mean that was it
79:15
was in this moment that I finally
79:17
started to understand like what trade
79:19
deficit really was and it’s like yeah
79:21
you’re buying goods from somebody and
79:22
what he said that really sank in which
79:25
is something that I already knew in
79:27
practice but I’d never really thought
79:29
about it whenever a trade war happens
79:33
tariffs never go down they always go up
79:36
and they never go away much yeah much
79:40
like anything else that would be much
79:41
like subsidies like anything yeah so we
79:46
can look forward in anybody who watches
79:49
the show regularly you probably know I
79:51
am an apple fanatic I am that guy I’ve
79:54
got the Apple watch I’ve got the iPhone
79:56
I’m two Mac books I’ve got an iPad
79:59
somewhere in this room that I used to do
80:02
this show all of their stuff is made in
80:06
China the cost of this show just
80:09
skyrocketed by up to 25 up to what 15
80:14
percent higher yeah yeah 25 years 2015
80:19
for what it was right yeah so yeah from
80:23
10% to 25% so everything has now shot up
80:28
for this show to go on because I mean
80:31
we’re seeing Matt to get Android
80:33
products even that’s not happening more
80:40
on Apple later it’s gonna say yeah
80:42
speaking I that was a little bit of
80:44
foreshadowing
80:45
yeah Apple did not have a good week and
80:47
this is at a time when so we go well you
80:51
know we’re books in China in China’s
80:53
economy is growing faster than the US
80:54
economy and they’re also enacting trade
80:57
deals with their neighbors Russia and
81:00
Indiana land
81:01
and Japan and all these countries while
81:03
also doing the road and Bell Initiative
81:05
to basically create a massive
81:08
superhighway system through most of
81:10
Eurasia that with with China is the
81:13
center of it they’re doing that at a
81:15
time when the u.s. is taking a populist
81:20
protectionist economics are for cucks
81:23
turn and also now apparently the the US
81:28
Mexico Canada agreement the
81:29
renegotiation of of NAFTA is stalled in
81:33
the house now some of that is because
81:34
the Democratic Congress is not going to
81:36
pass anything that comes from Trump and
81:38
give him a victory right the woods trade
81:40
the worst trade deal in the history of
81:42
trade deals yeah something I don’t
81:45
remember right yeah and but the
81:48
Republicans did that with NAFTA and
81:50
again NAFTA was not perfect but NAFTA is
81:52
why NAFTA along with the the net
81:57
reduction in the in the cost of
81:59
government like two or three years in a
82:01
row those two things and the dot-com
82:04
boom are why people look back fondly at
82:08
the 90s in terms of the economic
82:09
expansion that happened along with the
82:12
relative flattening so the price of
82:14
living stayed roughly the same inflation
82:16
was fairly low and the economy was
82:18
growing by leaps and bounds that
82:19
happened because government got out of
82:21
the way had a net reduction in it’s not
82:25
even a large net reduction but just a
82:26
net reduction in the amount of harm it
82:29
did to you electronically and you see
82:31
what great comes from that why Donald
82:33
Trump is doing this I think he thinks
82:35
it’s a good idea and and it’s
82:36
interesting because his approval rating
82:38
has actually gone up a couple points and
82:41
the economic literacy of America I think
82:44
a lot of American voters think that the
82:46
reason bad things are happening to them
82:47
right now is because China is hurting
82:49
them and that Donald Trump is fighting
82:51
for them and you can wrap your head
82:55
around that one but um so that was uh
82:58
that’s a horrific event
83:01
and speaking of horrific events this is
83:09
your state i I think I think you should
83:13
explain this man I
83:15
I need you to explain this okay thank
83:20
you so off the coast of Matt’s state
83:25
this southern end what Matson in the I
83:28
guess the western part of Florida it’s
83:30
not quite the same but off the coast of
83:32
southern Florida two whales beach
83:35
themselves was it this morning or
83:36
yesterday or yesterday yesterday
83:40
passers-by tried to attempt to rescue
83:43
one of the whales released his bowels
83:47
all over a way a picture of Whale bowels
83:52
this is not a inconsequential volume of
83:58
releases bowels all over a woman Sierra
84:00
Peterson she had to be rushed to a
84:04
nearby hospital due to a severe
84:06
bacterial infection causing the woman’s
84:10
skin to start burning and become
84:11
inflamed she lost sight in one eye we’re
84:14
not sure if her lost sight is temporary
84:15
or permanent the second woman refused to
84:18
talk about what she had seen obviously
84:20
disturbed at the event she’d witnessed
84:23
in related news whale poop is a
84:28
potential allergen now for clarity for
84:39
clarity mm-hmm Ciara bet me that I
84:43
couldn’t get you to say her name on the
84:45
show she actually wrote that news story
84:53
I already said her name earlier I know
84:57
so I’m winning ee today but uh she wrote
85:02
the news story she was like I bet you he
85:04
won’t read it cuz it’s so dumb and I
85:06
said I’ll take that bit well I’m glad
85:12
you made some money yeah so sorry about
85:15
that you know to whales to do this works
85:17
out can we get the mop situation
85:19
resolved it was ultimately right exactly
85:21
I really begin with the Maltin mop
85:23
situation right we need the mop
85:24
situation we need the mob situation
85:27
resolved quickly
85:28
so Sierra Peterson no longer feels like
85:33
making up stories where she gets
85:35
definitely reading this I’m like oh hey
85:39
here’s someone named Sierra so um I’m
85:47
doing this to you I don’t let some I
85:50
know I usually fact-check things that
85:52
are in there know why I’m angry talk
85:56
about why I’m angry for saying why are
85:57
you angry like I’m mostly angry at you
86:01
but I’m no I’m angry at me
86:03
I mean greet you I’m angry I’m not even
86:05
angry at Sierra I’m just I’m not mad at
86:07
Sierra I’m just disappointed and a
86:10
little mad I’m angry mostly on myself
86:12
because this is the dumbest damn story
86:17
I couldn’t believe that you added a note
86:22
afterwards when I saw that today I
86:26
laughed heartily that was the first
86:30
thing I checked I did not check facebook
86:32
or email when I woke up today I checked
86:34
Google Drive to find out well you texted
86:39
me and said you got anything to add to
86:41
the notes of what that was after did I
86:45
text you last night you texted me this
86:49
afternoon right no yeah this morning
86:51
when I woke up you had already added the
86:53
notes yeah so that was why I was like I
87:00
couldn’t believe that you read that and
87:02
didn’t even question it once update to a
87:05
previous report um whale poop is no
87:09
longer certainly be a potential allergen
87:14
I mean there’s a lot of stuff in there
87:16
right like if you have a fish allergy
87:17
right like or no shellfish allergy oh
87:21
yeah oh yeah so if this actually so hear
87:25
it so be careful with my friend cuz if
87:30
this happens to you you’re screwed
87:32
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87:36
she asked me she could do this every
87:38
week I said no definitely not
87:42
not unless she’s gonna help me come up
87:44
with a name to drop in and make you I
87:48
can’t believe you’re just gonna have to
87:51
add her and be like really whale poop I
87:54
definitely have to add her after this my
87:57
um I almost wanted to read more about
88:00
this but I was like oh it’s so
88:01
horrifying I cuz she wrote the entire
88:05
story so I was like this is so bad he
88:08
may not look this up it’s and that’s
88:12
exactly what happened yeah I thought
88:15
that’s just horrible there’s nothing I
88:16
mean what more can be added to that
88:21
so North Korea we’re just gonna moving
88:26
forward on maritime stories a talk about
88:30
annual trade deals North Korean about
88:32
trade deals and poop tricking Jews North
88:37
Korea in an obvious anti-semitic
88:42
incident I know nothing about this story
88:45
they were hooking up by that this is all
88:46
your notes yeah you see this one so
88:52
North Korea obviously under many
88:56
sanctions a crime across the globe both
89:00
from the US and the UN one of these is
89:04
that they are not allowed to export any
89:08
commodities like coal lead iron because
89:11
they don’t want any way for them to fund
89:13
their nuclear program right but like
89:16
what’s that for eat or eat yeah so this
89:22
is one of this has been one of the
89:24
sanctions that they’ve had now the
89:26
second largest ship in the North Korean
89:30
not arsenal whatever they carpa
89:34
what’s that fleet our mana fleet and the
89:37
North Korean fleet was picked up and
89:39
sailed thousands of miles off course
89:43
to American Samoa where the ship was
89:48
completely stripped and stripped and
89:51
searched – for any residue of coal
89:55
because they wanted to find out if they
89:58
were violating sanctions by carrying
90:00
illicit coal which is definitely
90:02
different than licit coal rare to find
90:06
illicit cold rare to find listicle
90:09
actually I think licit coal is
90:10
everywhere this is yes this is rare
90:14
illicit coal right this is rare elissa
90:16
coal now host coal totally illicit
90:20
the the announcement the announcement of
90:26
the announcement of the u.s. seizing the
90:30
ship and sailing it to America thousands
90:33
of miles to the American Samoa came
90:36
shortly after North Carolina North Korea
90:41
appeared to launch two short-range
90:43
missiles in a test which I’m pretty
90:48
certain goes against the sanctions as
90:51
well their illicit missiles right those
90:54
are illicit those are not licit missiles
90:58
Melissa the Patriot missiles look very
91:03
listen so the historic peace accord that
91:11
happened back in two thousand sixteen
91:15
seventeen seventeen seventeen or
91:17
eighteen Oh with Trump yeah yeah it was
91:21
last year was that last year okay yeah
91:24
mm the 2018 peace accord that happened
91:29
between the u.s. and North Korea has
91:32
apparently been crumbling so Trump is
91:36
not use crumbly would you not say that
91:42
they’ve queered we’re they’ve cleared it
91:45
yeah the actions queer did the ones
91:47
hailed as historic accord between the
91:49
u.s. and North Korea you hate to see a
91:54
good peace deal get queered that’s true
91:56
you hate for you hate to see you hate to
91:59
see his trade deals are getting queered
92:02
he’s getting queer DeLonge like
92:04
everything that he’s been putting into
92:06
place that as part of his for DHS has
92:09
been getting queered this has been queer
92:11
eye for the orange guy right it’s that
92:19
old chief Justin oh no he’s not chief
92:25
justice new new leak weird justice
92:28
Kavanagh we were talking about Apple
92:32
earlier they’re getting queered to a lot
92:34
of queering hat a lot of query first of
92:36
all let’s point out justice justice
92:42
cabin ah who was going to be bringing
92:47
about the apocalypse who was going to
92:51
oh and both sides said this too he was
92:53
bringing about the conservative and you
92:56
know the endgame Avengers endgame for
92:59
conservatives right he was the the the
93:04
alleged gang rapists the alleged mickey
93:12
serving rapist Supreme Court justice
93:18
gang rape party mastermind alcoholic
93:22
yeah like crazy completely off his
93:28
emotionally off his off the end of the
93:31
cliff chief beer senator I like beer I
93:36
liked beer I drink beer I still drink
93:40
beer yeah first of all he decided
93:48
against the Conservatives initially in a
93:53
anti-abortion case yeah it was a planned
93:58
parenting funding case I believe yep and
94:01
once again
94:04
he has sort of taken the John Roberts
94:09
seat where he’s supposed to be the
94:11
conservative that’s always siding with
94:14
with the right
94:16
and once again has cited with the left
94:18
yep on an antitrust law so before we get
94:24
into this law keep in mind when Antonin
94:28
Scalia died Justice Antonin Scalia died
94:31
Obama was still president and he
94:34
proposed sort of a compromise candidate
94:37
Merrick garland yeah and the left was
94:40
like oh like I mean he could have picked
94:44
anyone and they would have been happy
94:45
and similarly the right was outraged
94:47
because Obama was proposing to add a
94:50
third justice as president right and
94:54
cocaine Mitch and the China persons
94:56
McConnell in retrospect very wisely or
95:01
very cunningly said yeah I know we’re
95:04
not voting on this we’re gonna leave it
95:06
up to the American people to decide who
95:07
the next president is and they can pick
95:09
quite an amble by the way quite the
95:11
example oh that was a gamble because
95:15
even I don’t think even he thought Trump
95:18
was gonna win the smart money was on
95:20
Trump not winning yes maybe up until the
95:23
last couple weeks where some of the more
95:27
sober pollsters like five 38 and the
95:29
people following it were like guys he
95:30
might win he has a one out of three
95:33
chance of winning now like he and and
95:35
that’s that’s an actual that’s a real
95:36
thing in it there are a lot of factors
95:38
that could almost make it an even match
95:40
right and not with the popular vote but
95:43
with that specific states that he needed
95:44
to win um but up and I mean cocaine
95:47
Mitch was doing that back before they
95:49
even knew Trump was gonna be the nominee
95:50
to the point where when he was the
95:52
nominee then people were like well maybe
95:53
he’s gonna allow you know a vote on
95:55
Merrick garland he’s like no no okay the
95:58
point of all that is justice Kavanagh
96:03
when he was in the same court as Merrick
96:07
garland he sided he voted he ruled the
96:10
same way as Cavanaugh did was that 93
96:13
percent of the time I know I know it was
96:15
at at bare minimum 90 yeah I mean more
96:19
than nine out of ten times he sided with
96:21
a guy that Obama was fine with having on
96:23
the Supreme Court this was not the
96:24
arch-conservative
96:25
that that was sold on people he’s
96:28
basically a neo
96:30
on he’s Merrick garland not quite
96:34
Merrick garland like Merrick garland
96:36
yeah merit garlic Merrick garland or
96:40
he’s Merrick garland without the K at
96:42
the end of Merrick oh he’s a Mara
96:45
garland or isn’t it CK at the end of
96:48
Merrick Oh Merrick oh it’s just like
96:50
Merrick but not cut like the heart not
96:52
the heart
96:53
I think Merrick garland I’m okay with
96:57
that yeah so this case they rule 5-4
97:02
against Apple saying that I took when I
97:07
read this I thought okay this is a new
97:09
stupidity iPhone users are filing a
97:14
class-action antitrust lawsuit against
97:17
Apple saying that they’re 30% commission
97:19
on sales was unfair the people who
97:23
bought it are saying Apple made too much
97:27
money
97:28
yeah that they give their salespeople
97:32
too much money apples the people buy
97:37
imagine buying a house and then saying
97:42
my real estate agent got too much money
97:45
for it you already agreed to the price
97:47
of the house now so what what this means
97:50
with my handy Apple phone when you go
97:56
into your App Store which I’m going to
97:58
be doing right here when you go into
97:59
your App Store you have all of the apps
98:01
that pop up and you go right huh what
98:03
app do I want and if you’re not me you
98:08
might go to the ones that aren’t free I
98:11
don’t pay for games on my phone I just
98:14
want you because I think that’s stupid
98:16
so you’re like oh look new games we love
98:18
dagger hood a sharp and cunning
98:21
platformer and you see $2.99 well that
98:25
seems like quite the deal $2.99 now
98:30
right of that $2.99 30 30 yeah 30
98:36
percent goes to Apple
98:42
why do i why do i write why do i as the
98:46
person who is buying dagger hood care
98:52
now of course the Commission to Apple
98:55
for developers using the I I Tunes and I
98:59
store it all right so that’s a
99:03
legitimate and meanwhile I think it’s a
99:06
stretch but that’s at least they don’t
99:09
have any standing no this isn’t the
99:13
developers have standing right this
99:17
isn’t that if the developers were
99:18
bringing this okay yeah you’re right
99:21
Apple iPhones are like the number one
99:24
selling phone and and in the world I
99:27
think I’m not a hundred percent sure on
99:29
that so don’t quote me but I think
99:31
iPhones are the seemed like there are
99:34
more Android soul than iPhones but but
99:37
there are right but there’s only iPhones
99:40
on this platform so there’s yeah right
99:42
it’s it’s they’re the single greatest
99:43
selling phone right right I believe I
99:45
believe that’s the great and that’s and
99:47
that’s how they kind of get that is
99:48
because so many different phones use
99:50
Android but only Apple uses iOS right so
99:54
if the developers they want their stuff
99:56
on on Apple which you do because it’s
99:59
the single greatest selling phone right
100:01
you agree to the 30% Commission and
100:04
you’re kind of kick yourself about it
100:06
and you’d like throw in some extra
100:08
buy-in so you make some extra money
100:09
along the way but the users like me like
100:19
you like anybody that uses it brought a
100:22
lawsuit against Apple to complain for
100:26
the developers I said I guess I don’t
100:29
even know why they really did it no it
100:32
sounds like they’re they’re arguing on
100:33
their own their own B that’s what is so
100:38
they’re not ruling in favor of the of
100:41
the the users case they’re just saying
100:45
that they can proceed with the case
100:46
right okay all right that makes it
100:49
slightly it’s still it’s still um
100:52
absurd so imagine
100:55
Youssou I’ll use Walmart again you find
101:01
out that Walmart is charging Walmart’s
101:03
taken a beating like Apple did this week
101:05
oh yeah well only for me though I’m
101:08
making up for my trade deficit with them
101:09
so imagine a scenario in which you sue
101:12
Walmart as part of an antitrust because
101:15
you find out that Walmart and many other
101:17
grocery stores they charge
101:22
distributors they charge these companies
101:24
for preferential shelf space and that’s
101:27
that’s an unfair use of their monopoly
101:30
of shelf space in the store that’s
101:33
literally what this is yeah like they
101:36
charge for that middle road that’s an
101:39
eye line for most people right which
101:41
they do we absolutely it’s realistic
101:44
no you can’t have other companies
101:47
shelves in here Food Lion can’t have a
101:49
shelf at the Walmart and their charges
101:53
for the to see me for me to see it
101:56
better that’s not fair I don’t like that
101:58
my pickles that I already paid 218 form
102:02
or 198 or whatever pickles god I don’t
102:05
really eat it right but whatever you
102:07
paid for your pickles you already paid
102:08
for it you go I don’t like I probably
102:12
kind of paid less for pickles if I’d
102:13
known that like no so the I mean this is
102:24
this entire case is just idiotic to me
102:26
like of all of the things to be mad
102:29
about at Apple which Apple Apple fanboy
102:33
there’s a lot more so if I’m getting mad
102:37
at anything that has to do with the App
102:39
Store it’s at the developers that give
102:42
you the free trial and then they hit you
102:44
for the like $30 a month like feet right
102:48
right
102:49
like that is something to be angry about
102:52
but that’s not Apple that’s what the
102:53
developers did right to have the users
102:59
suing Apple and for Kavanagh the the the
103:05
man that was going to bring along the
103:08
conservative revolution thank you yes
103:11
the conservative revolution to side this
103:16
way it he is John Roberts 2.0 this is a
103:22
this is a ways worse than John Roberts
103:24
John Roberts voted against this I mean
103:28
listen this is that’s why he’s 2.0 he’s
103:31
he’s been upgraded oh you’re right he’s
103:33
even more even more Merrick garland II
103:36
than lesser right um this is a very anti
103:40
market lawsuit
103:41
this is I don’t like an agreement that
103:44
two other people made that I’m evolved
103:47
involved with after the fact I mean it’s
103:51
like it’s like you go to a nail salon
103:52
and you don’t like how much their
103:55
landlord charges them for the space so
103:57
you sue the landlord like I mean this
104:00
new I this needs to get struck down hard
104:05
because and then also they’re arguing
104:07
monopoly monopoly is not market
104:09
dominance monopoly is where you use you
104:14
get so many sectors of so many different
104:16
parts of a given sector that you choke
104:18
out all other possible competition more
104:22
Android cell than Apple’s yes Apple is a
104:25
has the of all the different companies
104:28
that make phones and and smart device
104:30
they sell more than anyone else and
104:32
they’re like a trillion dollar company
104:33
but that’s not they just dominate the
104:37
market Google dominates the more these
104:38
aren’t monopolies they’re just very very
104:41
very very very successful right you
104:43
don’t sue them because you don’t like
104:45
their deal with another party that you
104:47
then bought from right think of all the
104:50
ridiculous scenarios that that could
104:52
that that could end up you you you um
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104:56
you sue a restaurant because you find
104:59
out that you know the waitstaff have to
105:02
share tips with the cook staff like I
105:04
mean it’s just like because you don’t
105:06
like how something is arranged instead
105:08
of going well I’m just not gonna go
105:09
there anymore because I don’t like how
105:10
they do that you say I’m gonna sue them
105:11
and make them stop and so the other
105:17
Trump appointee of course the middle
105:21
course
105:22
yeah Gorsuch he wrote the dissenting
105:24
opinion and in it he Kyle said that the
105:28
majority has now created an artificial
105:30
rule oh yeah I believe it you are
105:34
literally giving somebody who has
105:36
nothing to do with the transaction a
105:40
voice in the transaction and not and not
105:45
so we all have a voice in the
105:47
transaction but it’s with two are
105:48
purchasing right I don’t want to
105:50
purchase from someone who does that
105:51
because I disagree with it or I will
105:53
purchase less and purchase more so your
105:55
power is in your purchase not that
105:57
involve this state and you know get a
105:59
injunction against a company for
106:01
engaging in a practice that doesn’t even
106:05
directly affect you I I mean I met so I
106:10
just I’m thinking like I keep all these
106:11
different scenarios that pop up in my
106:13
head
106:13
you uh you go to the gas station and you
106:16
you sue Exxon Mobil for the fact that
106:21
you know they’re charging as much as
106:23
they are for fuel or I mean it is like
106:29
I’m trying I’m but the next steps gonna
106:31
be suing companies because you don’t
106:33
like what they pay their employees
106:34
that’s what this paves the way for yeah
106:37
this paves the way for and it’s gonna be
106:39
the mom and pop shots that will actually
106:41
get it worse than anyone because the
106:44
bigger change on average pay more than
106:46
this one is great exactly so it’s gonna
106:49
be this much you’ll hear the big stories
106:51
you know Walmart being sued for only
106:52
paying $11 an hour for people to say
106:54
welcome to Walmart but it’s gonna be
106:58
these smaller shops that can only afford
106:59
minimum wage or just above it you know
107:01
$8 850 whatever they’re the ones that
107:04
are gonna get hit by this stuff and it’s
107:05
just this needs to go down this is a
107:08
terrible terrible terrible decision
107:11
right oh it’s started yes it because in
107:15
the notes this bad for tech companies
107:16
which is in turn bad for those of us who
107:18
utilize tech companies that all of us
107:20
that’s just the beginning
107:21
this will slip slide out into people
107:25
suing companies that are two and three
107:29
times removed from their transaction
107:32
because they don’t think how they did it
107:34
was nice right
107:35
that’s and with no point of reference on
107:39
whether that was actually a good
107:41
business practice or not I just don’t
107:43
think it was fair right like that I
107:46
don’t
107:47
Disney Pixar because I don’t think it’s
107:49
fair that you know they only paid this
107:53
actor this much and they paid this
107:55
actress or actor that much and I don’t
107:57
think that’s fair
107:58
so I’m going to sue them for the
107:59
monopoly on this storyline yeah it’s
108:03
like the the Marvel movie the issue that
108:08
came up I think last summer where they
108:10
found out that the male actors were
108:12
getting paid less than the female actors
108:14
oh wow yeah way and if you can’t screen
108:18
time if your countenance picture deals
108:20
if you count everything hey yeah
108:23
they’re getting paid a lot more because
108:24
they negotiated a huge deal like what
108:27
the males were being paid less or more
108:29
more okay I thought you said less no no
108:32
more okay and that would be like you the
108:37
person who’s going to see endgame in the
108:40
theaters know being like this is not
108:44
fair brie Larson who’s in the movie for
108:47
six minutes deserves the exact same
108:50
payment that robert downey jr great
108:55
deserves like the rock of that the the
108:58
anchor of that you know he’s one of the
109:01
main people of that of that whole
109:03
franchise right probably the biggest
109:05
single person in the franchise or that’s
109:08
good i don’t think it’s fair
109:09
i don’t think it’s right it’s nine you
109:10
know Disney Marvel whatever ABC disney
109:15
they are they’ll they having a monopoly
109:18
on Marvel movies and it’s not right and
109:20
it’s not fair but when we took him money
109:22
back it’s just yeah you want to stop it
109:26
they kind of do have a monopoly on
109:28
Marvel movies they absolutely do because
109:31
they have all the the intellectual
109:33
property well now well now they do at
109:34
the at the time they didn’t because they
109:36
didn’t have Fox at the time but they
109:40
have but well they had the monopoly on
109:41
that storyline they crushed it they
109:46
crushed it I’m not gonna give away any
109:48
spoilers or anything
109:49
but they crushed it and there there’s
109:53
nothing there to complain about the fact
109:56
that Scarlett Johansson did not get paid
109:59
as much as Chris Evans or any of the
110:03
people who had their own Chris Evans
110:05
Chris Hemsworth helmsworth I’m not sure
110:09
about Ruffalo I’m not gonna say either
110:10
way or not Tony Stark what’s his Robert
110:13
Downey jr. Tony Stark unit but they all
110:17
had their own movies like they’re great
110:18
it was all part of bigger Hanson deals
110:21
yeah she was in she was in Iron Man two
110:25
Avengers Avengers two Captain America’s
110:29
Civil War and then the two newest
110:34
Avengers movies and I can’t think of any
110:36
others that she was in but even if it’s
110:40
not fair even if it’s not fair and not
110:43
right and she should have been paid more
110:44
that’s between her has nothing to do
110:47
with the consumer if I don’t like it I
110:50
just don’t watch it or I will stream it
110:53
illegally and I share on social media
110:56
how I disagree with it and I start a
110:58
boycott campaign
110:59
these are all legitimate forms of
111:02
dealing with stuff using the force of
111:05
law to say I don’t like your business
111:07
practices and I have no real point of
111:08
reference but I just didn’t seem like
111:09
it’s fair to me just stop it
111:12
that’s like that is dad is right this is
111:21
this is insanely dangerous it’s gonna
111:22
hike up prices across the board for
111:26
everybody if you’re gonna it it’s gonna
111:29
hug make a prices it’s gonna make it’s
111:32
gonna make companies not want to do
111:34
business with other companies and how do
111:40
you how do you arrange a negotiation
111:44
based on what the consumer might think
111:47
of it not that they won’t use your
111:51
product but that they’ll sue you and
111:53
extract reward damages from you
111:59
and this was why one of the quick when
112:03
this came across my feed yesterday I
112:07
think it was yesterday I saw this when
112:10
this came across my feed yesterday I
112:12
stared at it for a while reading it now
112:15
I was like I’m not I can’t be reading
112:20
this right I’m missing something
112:22
yeah no you’re not right no the consumer
112:27
now because of this is given so much
112:30
power over the deals made by
112:34
corporations by companies that you have
112:38
to keep them in mind before making any
112:41
deals you have to keep them in mind
112:44
again the consumers is King to the
112:47
extent that if people don’t buy it now
112:50
you’re dead you’re not selling anything
112:52
right but that’s different than using
112:54
the force of law after having purchases
112:57
so that’s the difference now I’m
112:59
purchasing it from you in bad faith and
113:01
suing you and getting damages and
113:04
rewards and and and you just did all
113:06
this and got nothing for it so it’s the
113:08
worst of both worlds and it puts you in
113:09
the situation like you said where it’s
113:11
like well what are every possible
113:14
consumer gonna think about this and are
113:16
enough of them gonna be able to get
113:18
together to get a lawyer that’s going to
113:20
think that they can sue us right and so
113:24
you’re exactly and so you’re taking less
113:25
and less ability to negotiate contracts
113:28
for private companies and you’re putting
113:30
more and more power in a government
113:32
monopoly you want to talk about a
113:33
monopoly antitrust monopoly a violent
113:35
monopoly that arrests people if that
113:38
aren’t even American citizens for
113:40
sharing information that got leaked to
113:42
them with Julian Assange
113:44
that’s who you’re giving more power to
113:47
you’re taking it from people who are
113:49
coming up with with apparently agreeable
113:54
Commission structures for developers who
113:56
otherwise wouldn’t have been able to
113:58
sell it to you what what platform were
114:00
they going to give it to you on it’s
114:02
just you know 30 percent seems high but
114:04
what do I know
114:05
and not only that but it has nothing to
114:08
do with us that’s not gonna do with me
114:10
if I if I am so moved
114:12
to go this is terrible I never would do
114:15
something like that I will never buy an
114:17
Apple product to get in my knife or I’ll
114:19
never you know buy anything on iTunes or
114:21
whatever alright I’m gonna go to Android
114:23
where they only charge 28% or whatever
114:25
I’m sure it’s very similar I will laugh
114:28
if it’s higher um if this is just stupid
114:38
I don’t even know where else to go with
114:39
this this is dumb
114:41
the conservatives who are corporate
114:44
chills and consistently support big
114:49
business over the little people have
114:51
literally one of them one of them has
114:56
literally taken the exact opposite
114:59
stance to anything that requires logic
115:02
and reason yeah it’s um it’s words
115:11
cannot describe how not upsetting like
115:16
obviously like I’m upset by it but
115:18
alright just baffling it is yeah it’s
115:23
absurd and it also is worrisome about
115:25
what this is gonna do to an already a
115:28
heavily controlled market and where
115:30
people could enter into copy anything I
115:34
don’t like how much the Builder charged
115:40
you to build your building so I’m gonna
115:42
sue them ten years later I don’t think
115:44
it’s not right it’s not right to my
115:46
chicken sandwich at this restaurant cost
115:48
so much because your bill they’re
115:50
charged you what I believe is an
115:52
exorbitant amount for your roof and even
115:54
if my lawsuit is absurd that building
115:58
company has to now either take it to
116:00
court or settle which they’ll probably
116:02
just settle yeah now you’ve just got all
116:05
these endless settlements being paid out
116:06
by the way hope you weren’t trying to
116:08
get to court with anything legitimate
116:09
because now the courts gonna be even
116:11
further clogged up with all these bogus
116:13
lawsuits that well I think it’s not fair
116:16
how little wal McDonald’s Starbucks paid
116:21
for the coffee farmers for their coffee
116:23
beans it’s not suing them for antitrust
116:26
like it’s it is really really really bad
116:31
I’m against all antitrust laws to begin
116:32
with but this is the final logical
116:36
conclusion of yeah this and this this
116:41
has just blown everything out of the
116:43
water that I thought that this Supreme
116:44
Court would do I would I was I remember
116:49
they did the thing where they said that
116:50
you know the government federal
116:52
government can force our states can
116:54
force companies outside of the their
116:56
state to charge to add the sales tax on
117:00
the so called Main Street Fairness Act
117:03
because everyone can’t wait to just get
117:05
out to Main Street and buy stuff right
117:06
anyway there’s a reason brick and
117:09
mortars going under exactly the tax is
117:11
just once the sales tax is a tiny
117:13
fraction of the problem anyway when they
117:16
did that I’m like oh wow so this gonna
117:18
be one of those courts but that was
117:20
before Kavanaugh was on so I’m like oh
117:21
maybe a Cavanaugh at some pro markets a
117:24
man so you just gotta hope that this
117:29
gets struck down it’s hard it’s like a
117:31
chevron lawsuit did yeah it just gets
117:33
down and the people who carried it out
117:36
get made an example of um but this
117:39
doesn’t the fact that they allowed it in
117:40
the first place doesn’t bode well um so
117:43
we shall we shall see yes and we shall
117:48
also see tomorrow night on my fellow
117:53
Americans this is my segue was there
117:58
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117:59
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118:01
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118:04
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119:00
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119:05
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