Episode 107 – Biden’s Busing Blunders

The Muddied Waters of Freedom with Matt Wright & Spike Cohen



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Obama’s former Vice President is literally a KKK member and only the lady who has locked up more black men than any other woman in history can save us from him.

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[Music]
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[Applause]
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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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spike just introduced me to a song that
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I had to share with like nine different
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people Cohen I am Matt Wright and
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together we are traversing the muddy
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waters of freedom everybody dude what oh
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my god that may have been the greatest
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opening song we’ve ever done I have a
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few more after that oh good
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first you first and foremost allow me to
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thank stateside kava for the kava that I
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drank on this and every episode of the
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muddied waters of freedom and allow me
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to thank Canada can you see that Canada
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Canada and for my water yep bula vinaka
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real canada bula vinaka so fun the story
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I know Buckcherry
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oh really I do yeah years ago like I got
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a buddy he he’s a road manager for a
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bunch of different bands and one year he
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was the road manager for Buckcherry and
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when he told me that I said why and he
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said they’d pay and I said well that’s a
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good reason that is a compelling reason
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– yeah it’s a compelling reason to do
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anything that’s why I worked for
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Democrats and Republicans because they
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cuz they pay yeah so he was I so he
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calls me one time he’s like hey I’m
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gonna be in town for Earth Day birthday
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which is an event here in Orlando to
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celebrate Earth Day and at Earth Day
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what they do is they pretty much litter
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this huge lawn and they give helicopter
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rides not that kind of helicopter rides
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that most of our listeners are probably
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thinking of the like helicopter rides
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around this Lake Lake and and for Earth
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days yeah for Earth Day like it is the
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most non Green Earth Day ever in
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I think I think Five Finger Death Punch
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was the like headliner okay and I don’t
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like rock that screams at me like I
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don’t like it I’m not a fan
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well I wanted to see my buddy so I went
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and rise against was playing and bought
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cherry was playing and so I ended up
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hanging out with him and I ended up
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meeting all of the guys from Buckcherry
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and I think most of them in that band
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are like 11 years or more sober and I at
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this point I was like a year and a half
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in so I ended up talking to a couple of
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them about it like I was on stage for
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part of it I was like off to the side
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and you know I’d moved down here from
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Nashville and so you know I it was
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during a hockey season so it was during
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the playoffs and the Chicago Blackhawks
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were playing the Nashville Predators
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that night and the guitarist Steve he’s
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a huge Blackhawks fan so he’s in the
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middle of the guitar solo on crazy bitch
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and he’s like running around the stage
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and he runs over to where I’m standing
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and he just looks at me he goes go Hawks
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and he turns around he Sprint’s back in
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the other direction I’m just like funny
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that’s the best trash talk I’ve ever
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gotten right there because you can’t run
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out and be like no it’s good no creds
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that’s funny
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that is funny well hopefully you’ve now
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gotten back at them with this yes so
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sure so later I was on their tour bus
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and the the bassist
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he wasn’t the original bassist he was
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the old basis for a ska band Goldfinger
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and not when I was in high school when I
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heard about Goldfinger when I was in
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high school yeah I uh later on later on
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later much later much later than when
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Goldfinger was out like I really loved
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that their first album that came out and
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he came on the bus and I like went up to
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him and I didn’t want to say it too loud
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because I hadn’t complimented anybody on
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in Buckcherry for their music at all and
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like he kind of walked I was like hey
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man I really love that coldfinger I
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really loved Goldfinger and he was like
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thanks I understand house they cool
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everyone is with Buckcherry because they
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get paid
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right the lead singer alt for the
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manager down to the janitor everyone is
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involved with Buckcherry because they’re
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paid to be involved Buckcherry is an
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entirely commercial venture right I’m
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like that that super mix which was a
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work of heart of love that work of art
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that we opened the show oh by the way
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guys before we get started thank you to
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everyone who tuned in to what is
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apparently one of our highest-rated
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shows ever ever I think it’s our second
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where is it I don’t know I must have
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deleted it hmm
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anyway imagine that the demo get in
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picture is there and I go do I get on
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because that’s what I was referring to I
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think that was our second highest rated
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show ever
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yeah it was it was really good for those
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who didn’t tune in be sure to check it
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out look up demo getting on our page we
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we livestream the Democratic well the
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debate that mattered between the people
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that actually have a shot of winning it
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watch Harris get watch Harris get the
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nomination that way yeah so I mean
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Warren Warren’s taken a jump in the
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polls and she was before this debate so
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the rice was kind of a continuation
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Harris which she jumps so I think she’s
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honestly I think that she is jumping in
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the eyes of white Millennials I I guess
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so so we were Matt and I were under the
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impression after watching it that Biden
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did well on the bait in the debate I
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would
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I said won the debate but at the very
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least he held his own um we were
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apparently the only two human beings on
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earth who had that impression
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yeah I rewatched that debate today to
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find out why everybody felt that way and
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I I still think he had their mom hold
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his own there was I go he did awful
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unlike they all did awful oh yeah
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they’re all yeah they were all
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I mean listen I I think personally I
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think that this is an example of hot
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take media so I think very few of the
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people actually watched the entire
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debate and instead they watched the
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clips that they were fed by media and
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and the woke media the corporate media
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it has that just recently removed all
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their rainbow flags because it’s not
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June anymore they uh they’re determined
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to get rid of Biden who is apparently
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now the second coming of George Wallace
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or something and well no I guess he’s
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the third coming Trump was the second
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coming and and you know Harris is gonna
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save us all but it’s interesting because
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this is a bait-and-switch Kamala Harris
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has locked up more black men than any
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other woman on earth and I think only
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Bill Clinton locked up more than her she
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has a really really really bad history
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of locking up lots and lots of people we
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shared an article on the page about how
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you know we talk about separating
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families she separated thousands of
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families on on on like truancy rules so
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if the kids were skipping school and
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there were times where the kids weren’t
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skipping school they had medical notes
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but it got messed up in the paperwork so
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the you know the parents went to jail
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and the kids went into foster care and
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in some cases it took weeks to clear it
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up so I mean we’re talking about you
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know separating families but she’s a
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black woman or a multi-ethnic woman
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whatever part black woman and so and
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Biden’s not Biden’s a white and old
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white man so he’s got to be the the
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whipping boy or the scapegoat for their
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new you know you know woke leader Kamala
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Harris who is every bit as problematic
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as he is if not more so so it’s very
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interesting to watch but yeah that
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that’s the good pop go ahead what I what
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I did see is a I find I find this kind
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of interesting is that okay so the
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Democratic Party has basically adopted
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Bernie Sanders talking points oh yeah
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like all of them
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yeah and after this debate Bernie
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Sanders fell something like 12 points or
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I I don’t have the numbers in front
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right he fell he fell
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by a wide margin right now Harrison
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Biden are basically tied at number one
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in them yeah number one number two and
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then Bernie feels like somewhere between
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8 and 12 points I can’t remember what it
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is and he’s down below Elizabeth Warren
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below beta like he’s he’s down there and
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it sure yet everybody has stolen your
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talking points but because of the way
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that you talk in three word parts of
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sentences well having hand seizures
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talking angrily about Wall Street means
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that you’re like you’re not gonna speak
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to the younger clock like you need eight
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years old and you’re a millionaire and
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you’re telling me I’m talking everybody
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about the top 2% like you’re you’re not
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really you you no longer speak to who
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you’re trying to speak to right and he’s
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not needed anymore like he was the only
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one that was a socialist in the last
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election cycle or the only prominent
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name that was a socialist in the last
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election cycle well now everyone’s a
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freakin socialist except for John
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Hickenlooper is you know trying to
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Hickenlooper is is trying to
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single-handedly save the Democratic
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Party from calling themselves socialists
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while still continuing to push mildly
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socialist legislation but I mean so was
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the Republican Party he’s trying to do
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what the Republicans do is say socialism
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is bad while they walk creep while they
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continue to creep socialism upon us um
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but ya know I mean it he’s not needed
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anymore there are younger more dynamic
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better talkers now who are going to be
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all just as socialist II as he is and
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and so he’s not really he’s not needed
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anymore and it’s it’s you know I’d feel
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bad for him if he hadn’t spent his
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entire life robbing people and and you
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know for his entire adult life anyway
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robbing people and and and and soft
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selling communism on the on the the you
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know the the gray masses but uh I mean
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it it kinda I imagine it sucks for him
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that he’s been building this up and
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building it up and building it up and
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now
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here comes like Kamala Harris who’s a
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cop like literally a cop to come in and
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go yeah me too
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ya know me all of that all the things he
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said me said me to plus let me add in
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these other things yeah I’m black like
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what I mean that’s that’s in and female
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and FEMA black female and it’s and I’m
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and I’m younger I’m not young but I’m
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younger and you know when Howdy Doody up
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there kept trying to you know say you
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know give us the torch and Eric’s Wawa
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and and watching Bernie go well it’s not
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just it’s not about age it’s about
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standing strong and it’s like no it’s
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it’s about optics and you’re an old man
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and your hair situation is I will say he
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did he did comb his hair for the debate
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yeah but it’s it does this like natural
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static electricity like returns to its
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form as as that by the end of the debate
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it’s back to the you know doc from from
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Back to the Future side comb thing he’s
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doing there um and and you know it is
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what it is and you know Biden was like
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yeah I’m keeping the torch like he he
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he’s listen I’m I’m the old people’s
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candidate and I’m gonna run on that and
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Bernie’s not the old people’s candidate
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he’s the young people’s candidate and
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the young people are like these other
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ones look better and he’s kind of
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screwed now yeah and you’re seeing like
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everybody’s like yeah Bernie Train
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Bernie Train Bernie Train and they were
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the ones that watch the debate anyway
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they’re like well yeah but now
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everybody’s saying this and that may
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everyone yeah and the mayor from South
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Bend you know he’s gay so he Bernie be
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he’s a stray I mean appeal apart all of
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his you know rhetoric and and everything
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else he’s an old straight sis hat white
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male the only thing he isn’t is
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Christian that’s lit like if he were a
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Christian he’d be Joe Biden like he’d
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like he’s
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he’s you know if he he he doesn’t bring
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anything identity wise to the table he’s
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an old-school leftist an old-school
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leftist actually don’t like identity
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politics they think that it waters down
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the message which they’re right oh
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that’s what like old-school socialists
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and communists don’t like this
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intersectional identity politics crap um
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but you’re not in charge anymore that
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the new left loves that stuff because it
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works politically and in it it works
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politically they can they can use it to
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you know browbeat the majority
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population into feeling bad and energize
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the minority populations that they need
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to win in elections uh and and and and
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and keep everyone at each other’s throw
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things that shouldn’t matter they matter
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to people but they shouldn’t um so yeah
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it’s sad for Bernie but yeah so so I
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would say it’s sad for Bernie but it not
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the rest of America and then I’m like
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well if one of the other ones wins it
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still said I mean listen DLT here’s I
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mean guys if you want to get depressed
19:28
keep listening because our I wouldn’t
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even say our best chance if they don’t
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win the guy who’s trying to build a wall
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while you know adding a health child you
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know universal child care and you know
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banning every accessory gun accessory he
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discovers exists and doesn’t like
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because he just found out about it is
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the guy who will win so I mean that’s a
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thing let’s get rid of it oh man that
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sounds terrible you can make a gun be
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less shooty sounding oh no no no let’s
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get rid of that how did that you know so
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I mean and and he’s I was talking with a
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conservative friend by text message and
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he’s like hey man how excited are you
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that um you know Trump hasn’t been you
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know doing it hasn’t been going to war
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in in in Iran and I’m like I mean it’s
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it’s great wonderful but he also has
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been and I started like listing off all
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the stuff I’m like you know
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he hasn’t been going to war with Iran he
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hasn’t gone to war with Iran but he’s
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supplying the Saudis to you know conduct
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their horrific war in Yemen he’s
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continuing the war in the war in
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Afghanistan he’s possibly ramping up
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Iraq he’s you know there’s still some
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activity happening in Syria like he’s
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with the exception of Tulsi Gabbard whoo
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whoo it’s great to sound anti-war until
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you’re actually the president cuz Donald
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Trump sounded a lot more anti-war than
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he has been so with the but they would
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the exception of her in rhetoric he is
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the most war averse president of the
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major parties and if that doesn’t scare
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you boo
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did that scary it’s like the Bernie gif
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oh yeah I I am the I’ve been told that I
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am the young bearded anarchist Bernie
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Sanders and I’m I had no rejoinder to
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that because that might be true yeah
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you’re less like I know you’re equally
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Jewish but you’re less Jewish in some
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ways I mean another some you’re not from
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New York no that’s true that’s true
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other than that I got nothing I’m not
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from New York yeah I was raised in the
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south and sound like this so I there’s a
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lot to that theory so speaking of odd
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identity identity comp combinations so
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in Portland I know there was a
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protesting okay yeah I’m I’m trying so
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there was a anti fab protest importantly
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I’m not do you know what they were
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protesting or was it just sort of a now
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I kind of forgot to do the notes on that
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one cuz I had and during this protest
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they beat up a guy named Andy no is it
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no pronoun it’s it’s spelled NGO he’s uh
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I think I didn’t know like you Andy NGO
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who is a gay I guess right-leaning
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Asian journalist and I don’t know a lot
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about him I know some some people were
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saying he’s kind of trying to be like
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Milo the Asian Milo or my ro I’m sorry
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let’s just start the show why do I the
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people you guys are racist we’re against
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rape we’re against rape let’s just go
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ahead and knock that out we’re against
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rape and I’m an anarchist 36 minutes 54
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seconds um so I know this was a this was
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a longer one I know I said it earlier
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but the anarchists Bernie Sanders
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ya know wouldn’t right by me too so they
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beat him up and of course you know the
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obvious response to this from the right
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has been well you know what if a
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conservative beat up a gay Asian
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journalist which is a good question
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because that would be if there were a
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trump rally front page news yeah if
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there were jumper alley 8 o’clock lead
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on every major media network if at the
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straight Pride Parade which there is no
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such thing because all parades are gay
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but if at these straight parade straight
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Pride Parade the they beat up a gay
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Asian journalist that’s all you’d hear
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about for three days two days three days
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I’m saying in a full week because it’s
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so so he’s you know he’s in the hospital
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he’s got internal bleeding so oh wow
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yeah you would be getting constant
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updates you know everything going on
24:56
with everything going on with him
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everybody that had any
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– with the with his attack you you would
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their faces would be plastered
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everywhere on every major media network
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and whoever is the leader of that
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protest would have to come out or like
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you know the leader the gate so Milo
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Milo
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I think Milo is the leader of the
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straight Pride Parade which is odd
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proving my point right so yeah so Milo
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would have to come out and be like no we
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you know we condone these actions by
25:35
these few that were at this event like
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but now none of that’s happening with
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mr. Neal you know and so yeah just it’s
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a antiva bad white supremacists bad
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yeah and that’s I mean there’s not
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really a lot of places to go with this
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other than these are like so when you
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have two people that you really hate and
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they’re beating each other up and you’re
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like good and and that’s that’s that’s
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my thought on that I don’t know enough
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about and II know to tell you if he’s uh
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if he’s a you know a bad guy or not but
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I I don’t know what to tell you I doubt
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he’s a white supremacist you you you
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rarely meet gay Asian white supremacist
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but well but it’s a new it’s a brave new
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world so who knows it’s 2019 you can be
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anything you it’s 2019 you can be
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anything you want you can be the best
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gay Asian Nazi that you possibly can you
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get out there and get them and we’re
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proud of you actually we don’t have to
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be proud of you anymore so yeah it’s
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July
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it’s just Eliza when I’m yeah now we’re
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in July right back to had a resection
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awareness weekend right well you know
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after pride comes wrath so wrath month
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this is wrath mutt welcome to wrath
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month everyone
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it’s wrath month and if you live here in
27:15
fear you know exactly what that means
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bikes up there in the in in the
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brilliant carafe of yeah right so he’s
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not experiencing the southern wrath of
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July no it’s pretty hot up here but it’s
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not it’s not is that not in Canada right
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now it’s like 80 wow that’s hot for
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Canada I’m certain that’s not for you
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people are losing their minds especially
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because a lot of the houses here don’t
27:49
have AC because it’s hot one month out
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of the year it’s like daddy
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it’s what do you see for what do you
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need ac for for 80 man open up the
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windows get an I gotta get it down to 75
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so man apparently that’s what happens in
28:09
South Carolina cuz here in Florida 80 is
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like yeah let’s open up these windows
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yeah what I mean 80 yes and we know we
28:22
know all about the Florida people so and
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and and what that level of exposure to
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humidity causes but yeah so it’s it’s
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it’s it’s it’s Canada hot here which
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means it’s not it’s not like I had to
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put on jeans last night cuz in the
28:37
sixties yeah we’re near the Arctic it’s
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it’s light too like 10 and then it’s
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light again at like 3:30 like we’re
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close to the pole the North Pole I think
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mmm-hmm that’s North Pole right yeah I
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mean yeah I mean if the earth is
28:56
actually a globe yeah Santa has a
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Canadian postal code so and they don’t
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call it a zip code it’s a post that’s
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like yeah so that’s like when I was in
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Alaska last year like the Sun would set
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it like 11:00 and get up it and it
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wouldn’t get up it would come back yeah
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it was like kind of dipped down and then
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come back up here it’s like we’re not
29:14
that far north but it’s like three hours
29:17
it’s four hours it’s completely gone and
29:19
then it’s already starting to come up
29:20
again yeah that’s what I was like where
29:23
I wasn’t
29:23
yeah I’m still not in Canada
29:27
oh that’s right yeah I don’t I think I
29:32
have like one more year left before I’m
29:33
allowed to go to Canada you could have
29:35
seen me yesterday we went in to Niagara
29:36
Falls briefly to do some stuff so we
29:40
could have hung out and you know what
29:43
they have in Niagara Falls as buses
29:45
speaking of buses I I was waiting for
29:50
something to say it I had nothing
29:52
so speaking of buses Matt it appears
29:56
that uh the guy that Barack Obama picked
30:01
to be his vice president he’s uh he’s
30:07
basically a Klan member yeah that’s uh
30:12
that’s what the media is painting
30:15
creepy creepy Uncle Joe as as recently
30:19
is a bit of a Klan member but oddly they
30:25
would be wrong what they they would tell
30:30
us all about that right now yeah no
30:32
problem
30:33
so okay so everybody’s like okay yeah he
30:35
he wanted to pass anti busing
30:38
legislation which granted a lot of
30:42
segregationists were they supported anti
30:45
busing legislation but he supported it
30:48
as well right now to understand all of
30:52
this I want you to understand that most
30:55
of my weekend went away because I had to
30:57
make sure I had all of the facts on this
30:59
before like I made like it some sort of
31:01
rational decision and so first you have
31:04
to know what busing is busing this
31:06
forced integrations of schools after the
31:08
Brown versus Board of Education and a
31:10
ruling by the Supreme Court that is the
31:13
Swann verse charlotte-mecklenburg Board
31:15
of Education case right students were
31:19
then in order to force integration
31:22
because because areas were kind of
31:25
segregated already they were forcing
31:29
forcing integration so students were
31:32
bused from the regular schools in the
31:33
different districts in order to do this
31:35
okay now the reason that the reason that
31:40
we got there
31:41
was because of everybody’s favorite
31:44
socialist president
31:46
FDR so FDR is the reason that
31:50
segregation fifties estates got to be as
31:53
prevalent as they as it had been at that
31:56
point okay
31:57
1933 he passed the homeowners Loan
32:00
Corporation in order to help homeowners
32:04
that were dealing with losing their
32:07
homes because of the Great Depression
32:08
try to make sure that homeownership
32:10
would stay up so he passed the
32:12
homeowners Loan Corporation okay what
32:14
that would do what they would do segue
32:18
of the year it was it was not it was not
32:26
one of my proudest moments but I was I
32:29
was I was floundering yeah so what they
32:33
would do is they rated all houses and
32:35
neighborhoods and they marked them as a
32:37
was green B was blue C was yellow D was
32:40
red a neighborhood was suburban with
32:42
recent construction low crime business
32:45
and professional people also known as a
32:48
white neighborhood right a neighborhood
32:51
was inner-city old buildings often in
32:53
need of repair sometimes high crime or a
32:56
minority neighborhood hmm the holc
33:00
avoided D neighborhoods they wouldn’t
33:03
run with so lots of those people ended
33:06
up losing their houses and what like
33:08
losing their businesses and buildings
33:09
and all that counts
33:11
which then came the FHA right
33:15
FHA based all of their loans on the holc
33:21
the original when a when FHA first came
33:25
around they always have a max loan that
33:28
they will give out I think the last year
33:29
that I did real estate $197,000 when it
33:32
first started twenty thousand dollars
33:34
was the max I feel like a twenty
33:37
thousand dollar house everyone right it
33:40
precluded a neighborhoods so they
33:46
figured that anybody that was going to
33:47
be living in a neighborhood one didn’t
33:49
need federal help him buying it and they
33:52
already had the money so it was they
33:55
just left those out so they were working
33:56
with B and C neighborhoods right right
33:59
and they rarely gave these two they
34:04
rarely gave these loans to blacks and
34:05
they came with a list of other
34:06
restrictions man the one that was
34:11
highlighted went away so the
34:12
restrictions were allocation of definite
34:15
areas for specific uses such as single
34:18
or two family houses apartments and
34:20
business structures the placement of
34:22
buildings so they will have adequate
34:23
light and air with assurance of a space
34:25
of at least 10 feet between buildings
34:28
prohibition of the resub division of
34:30
Lots pros are the most these the most
34:33
detailed notes of our show ever ever
34:36
ever prohibition of the erection of one
34:39
or more dwelling per lot so right now
34:42
we’re getting rid of everything in the
34:43
inner cities nothing in the is available
34:47
control the control of the design of all
34:50
buildings by requiring their approval by
34:52
qualified committee so now the
34:53
government is now in charge of how these
34:55
things are being built right right
34:57
californication Zoar minimum square foot
34:59
ground-floor areas so they can’t be
35:01
small dwellings are gonna have to be X
35:03
amount of square feet they’re gonna have
35:04
to have these kind of rules they’re
35:05
gonna have to meet the FHA qualification
35:08
prohibition of nuisances or undesirable
35:11
buildings such as stables pig pens
35:13
temporary dwellings and high fences to
35:15
no force or no rural housing yeah
35:18
housing prohibition of the occupancy of
35:23
properties except by the race for which
35:25
they are intended oh wow prohibition of
35:30
I’m gonna read it again a prohibition of
35:33
the occupancy of properties except by
35:35
the race for which they are intended
35:39
this was in the government FHA loan
35:44
qualifications of 19 33 34 35 so this is
35:49
how they started forcing redlining on
35:52
people they were only giving these loans
35:54
to specific people they were only
35:56
allowing them they were automatically
35:59
now separating them they were making it
36:00
impossible for black people to get these
36:02
loans and then they were they were
36:07
making it impossible for black people to
36:08
get these loan
36:09
and in the areas where people have been
36:11
living it couldn’t purchase anything
36:13
anyway with the help of government with
36:15
with the help of a government loan most
36:17
of the time at the time if you wanted a
36:19
conventional loan
36:20
you needed a 50% down payment and you
36:23
had to pay the loan back in six to seven
36:25
years you were not able to have a 20 30
36:28
40 50 years right yeah I was totally
36:30
different back then
36:31
right so so that and this wasn’t
36:34
redlining as in you know private
36:36
mortgage companies saying mmm don’t
36:38
think I wanna do business here this was
36:40
the government enforcing like you can’t
36:42
get a loan if you live here but this was
36:44
also the birth of red line right where
36:47
you don’t want to live in this area
36:49
right right right right you can’t live
36:51
in that area there yeah or right so I
36:54
mean nowadays redlining is if you tell
36:57
somebody you don’t want to live in this
36:58
area right that’s that’s that is illegal
37:02
you cannot say well you you can say that
37:06
as the person buying but the agent can’t
37:08
help you can’t help you find a white
37:11
neighborhood or a black neighborhood
37:12
they can tell you that you can look
37:14
yourself and if that’s important to you
37:16
you can you can make whatever criteria
37:17
you want but the agent can’t help you
37:20
knowingly you know find something racial
37:22
based right so now going back to Brown
37:28
versus Board of Education segregation it
37:30
has to be ended good yeah that’s great
37:33
as we it was a good step for our country
37:37
to take and it was a much-needed step
37:39
right reason that most of the schools
37:41
were segregated weren’t because it was
37:43
illegal for blacks and whites to go to
37:44
school together many of them were
37:46
because of how the neighborhoods were
37:48
spread out right area that was just the
37:51
actual demographic it was de facto
37:53
segregation like you weren’t gonna live
37:55
in this you were gonna go to a school in
37:56
the next town or whatever yeah exactly
37:59
so that is when busing came into effect
38:02
okay students from lower-income areas
38:04
were then bused to higher income
38:07
neighborhoods to go to school there so
38:10
they had to wake up earlier they got
38:11
home later it was making it harder for
38:13
them to succeed in the school oh wow the
38:16
parents of the black children who were
38:20
being bused were getting up
38:22
set because they were like they were not
38:26
being given the tools to do this at the
38:29
same time the schools that the students
38:31
were being bused to were now getting
38:33
more federal dollars which was taking
38:35
money away from the schools that they
38:36
used to be going to which was making
38:39
those schools worse worse than they
38:42
already were worse than they already
38:43
were so so then they started losing
38:47
money because they weren’t having as
38:48
many students there more money was going
38:50
to the other schools that they were
38:51
busing to the kids that were going to
38:52
these schools weren’t performing as well
38:54
because the travel-time to and from
38:56
school less hours of sleep less time to
38:58
do homework all that was taking up so
39:01
much time that they didn’t have proper
39:04
tools in order to learn what they needed
39:05
to learn right most of the people that
39:09
were upset by this were in the black
39:11
community Biden said busing for schools
39:16
to achieve racial quotas and did not
39:18
achieve equal opportunity for students
39:21
and he was right and he was right about
39:25
that
39:26
that is what what was happening with
39:29
busing so he has a very and busing
39:32
legislation that now because nobody
39:36
knows what it is and nobody knows how we
39:38
got there and nobody understands any of
39:40
that right for him all of you who are
39:42
listening and watching right now that is
39:47
why supporting anti busing legislation
39:49
is not wrong and is in fact the right
39:54
thing to have done at the time that’s
39:56
very interesting I had no I so my in
40:01
accord like it says in the notes so
40:03
Kamala Harris
40:04
her parents were PhDs she wasn’t
40:07
low-income so whatever busing was being
40:09
done she wasn’t being bused from far
40:11
away she was being bused from probably
40:13
the same neighborhood and then
40:15
apparently there’s some disagreement as
40:16
to whether she was the second class to
40:18
be bussed in but I don’t I don’t know
40:21
all the details on that but so this was
40:24
not like school choice where you know if
40:26
you have a student and you want them to
40:28
go to a better school this was where the
40:30
government came in and said we don’t
40:32
care if you like it or not your kids
40:33
getting on this bus at like
40:35
in the morning or you know 4:30 in the
40:37
morning and and you know to go to a
40:39
mostly white school and then you know
40:42
we’ll get it you know they’ll be back in
40:43
time for you know after dinner and then
40:46
they’ll have to do their homework before
40:47
they go to bed to do it all over again
40:48
five days a week right and Biden and
40:53
those who were against it said no that’s
40:55
not gonna work now again we’re saying
40:57
that the people that were Pro
40:58
segregation those people were voting for
41:01
because they’ve supported segregation
41:02
because they right right the people who
41:05
join them in it who weren’t for
41:08
segregation did it I would think I I
41:12
mean I wasn’t there III don’t know but
41:14
because of like what Biden said busing
41:16
for schools to achieve racial quotas and
41:17
did not achieve equal opportunity for
41:19
students he was actually looking for
41:22
equal opportunity it makes me feel so
41:27
dirty right right
41:29
the government decided that okay it’s
41:33
now illegal to segregate you can’t have
41:35
segregated schools anymore so I was like
41:37
okay great but the schools didn’t like
41:39
integrate because of rules that the
41:41
government had made because the
41:43
government had ganas had already
41:44
segregated America they they said okay
41:48
well now what do we do okay we’re gonna
41:51
force kids to go to other schools and
41:53
we’re gonna start busting kids from
41:55
low-income areas to the nicer areas in
41:58
order to force integration so that way
42:00
that we’ll start doing intermingling of
42:02
racing and everything will be hunky-dory
42:04
well learn to love each other marianne
42:06
williamson will get a lady boner and it
42:10
didn’t work it bro we don’t know if
42:13
marianne williamson got a lady boner or
42:15
not but she probably did actually that
42:19
probably did happen but it did the rest
42:21
of it did not happen the rest of it
42:23
didn’t work I so that’s right and again
42:29
we’d like we’re not here to defend Biden
42:31
I love Chris Reynolds said Biden should
42:34
have definitely used Matt’s ten minute
42:36
real estate lecture in the debate I
42:37
agree and just kept talking and not let
42:40
anyone else talk and who woulda stopped
42:41
time yeah should he seems I just kept
42:45
going here yeah and just like literally
42:49
been given all of the that where it had
42:52
like ABCD and all of that
42:53
like literally list out the whole thing
42:55
and refused to stop talking continue
42:57
talking through the commercial break and
42:59
I would’ve worked they were who could
43:02
have said he lost it then so we’re not
43:07
Biden fans here like we’re not fans of
43:09
any of these people but obvious like
43:12
obviously but I’m buying that I feel
43:15
disgusting
43:16
I know exactly like we’re defending
43:17
uncle touchy the you know there are
43:20
things to criticize uncle touchy about
43:22
but they’re things that you’d also have
43:24
to criticize Harris about so they can’t
43:25
talk about that they can’t really get
43:27
into Biden’s tough-on-crime stuff that
43:30
led to record numbers of people most of
43:33
whom were people of color being locked
43:34
up because Harris was a part of that too
43:36
she was at the the Spears edge of that
43:39
stuff um so they have to talk about this
43:42
you know
43:42
he’s once said something nice to a
43:45
segregationist he was a Democrat in the
43:47
Senate he was trying to get legislation
43:50
passed what was he supposed to do Obama
43:55
gave good words about Robert Byrd who
43:58
was literally a former Klansmen um I
44:01
mean you could do this all day long that
44:03
all the great things people said about
44:05
Strom Thurmond and and and Jesse
44:15
yes exactly Jesse Helms um you know they
44:21
were in the Senate together and they
44:23
were trying to get stuff passed so of
44:24
course you’d say nice things to them but
44:26
that’s the stuff they’re gonna lean on
44:27
and that will work with the fake woke
44:29
Internet crowd and fake woke media that
44:32
oh well we can’t vote for him now here’s
44:34
a guy again I’m not if we’re not a fan
44:37
of Obama either this was Obama’s former
44:39
vice president remember all the memes
44:41
about Obama and Biden and now they’ve
44:43
turned on him so hard as on things that
44:46
are 50 and 40 and 60 and 30 years old
44:51
that they knew about back then right but
44:56
now they have to get rid of him because
44:58
he has to be the sacrificial lamb for
45:00
the ascendancy of Kamala Harris
45:03
otherwise known as the black female Joe
45:07
Biden and that’s where we are but have
45:13
no fear everyone because there’s someone
45:15
on the horizon she is like a beacon of
45:21
love and hope her chakras are perfectly
45:29
aligned see that perfect chakra
45:32
alignment she’s doing such good work
45:36
that Republicans are donating to her
45:39
campaign we’re speaking of course of
45:41
Marianne Williamson aligned chakras when
45:51
she talks about the spirituality of the
45:53
self and the yoga and the centering of
45:57
one’s soul and center she is talking to
46:04
all of us as one because we are but one
46:09
human race it is because we all come
46:15
from the dust of stars and we were all a
46:19
stars that makes us special nothing can
46:23
stop it now
46:24
Oh marianne williamson marianne
46:29
williamson so people are so happy to
46:31
have her in the debate and republicans
46:33
are so happy to potentially frustrate
46:35
everyone else trying to actually debate
46:37
and become president that they’ve
46:39
started donating to her campaign in
46:40
order for her to be able to keep
46:41
whatever minimum donation donor levels
46:45
are required to stay in the debate and I
46:47
welcome it because um Eleni heads what’s
46:52
that like chaos
46:54
I like chaos I like the fact that she
46:56
somehow made it past security I love
46:58
beating hate with love I love
47:01
decalcifying my payal gland pineal gland
47:04
third eye I like kale actually don’t
47:10
mind kale I like I wasn’t sure
47:14
the joke stopped and started with that
47:16
wood that bit with you this is not a
47:18
joke at all marianne williamson is the
47:20
golden flaxseed smoothie that America
47:23
needs yes none of this is a joke she is
47:32
what America needs to have only debates
47:35
ya know I don’t know there is a meme
47:39
that was going around and it is so far
47:43
my favorite political meme I’ve ever
47:44
seen and the only people that understand
47:47
it are people who know the show Twin
47:49
Peaks but during Marianne Williamson
47:53
speech were issues Donald Trump has
47:56
crippled this country with fear and I
47:59
will beat him with love and she sounds
48:02
like she’s a soap opera actress somebody
48:03
put the Twin Peaks theme song over that
48:05
and it is so perfect it is the most
48:11
perfect metaphor for what she is she’s
48:17
is straight out of a David Lynch movie
48:19
and it is awesome and I hope that every
48:22
time she speaks for the rest of her
48:24
campaign somebody does that cuz I will
48:26
watch all of them that is so funny ya
48:29
know III when I first when I saw her I’m
48:31
like who the hell is it cuz I didn’t I
48:34
haven’t heard of our I had no idea who
48:35
she was but then I’m like oh this is
48:37
great and she grew on me I might vote
48:41
for at least in the primary cuz yeah I
48:44
like chaos I want her there I want it to
48:47
be down to her and Harris or Biden or
48:51
whomever I wanted to be down to her and
48:52
whoever the one who ends up getting it
48:54
is and I want I want to have a series of
48:58
debates with just her with just her and
49:04
and whoever it will actually end up
49:06
getting the nomination because why would
49:10
she drop out there’s no reason for her
49:11
to drop out now she’s gonna has no one
49:14
books doing this then she has doing
49:16
anything else
49:16
she has no political future so she’s not
49:18
worried about pissing the party off or
49:20
whatever she could stay in this through
49:21
Super Tuesday and literally just like
49:24
you have a debate where one person is
49:26
trying to explain why they should be
49:28
President of the United States and
49:31
Marianne is over here like telling us
49:34
about how we should speak into show she
49:37
tweeted once she said imagine the leak
49:41
the BP oil spill leak like stopping we
49:48
all need to just picture it and it will
49:49
happen that needs to be on a campaign
49:55
sticker and then when she and no I
49:57
didn’t what I really want is for her to
49:58
get the nomination
49:59
I remember watching the same Republican
50:02
Party that was horrified at Donald Trump
50:06
the Republican Party establishment was
50:09
horrified at Donald Trump constitutional
50:12
conservatives were horrified at Donald
50:13
Trump and then when he got the
50:14
nomination they all had to be like uh
50:17
help us make America great again and
50:20
lock up crooked Hillary like they had to
50:22
take the message because it was theirs
50:24
now he was the nominee and they had to
50:27
take it I want that to happen for the
50:29
Democrat Party with Marianne Williamson
50:30
where like it all becomes about like
50:33
like Kundalini fit fragrances and like
50:37
chakras and they start selling like a
50:41
sage the sage things that you burn and
50:45
like they have to open the meeting with
50:48
with the burning of the sage and like
50:50
telling the blessings to keep the demons
50:51
out like that this is a real i we all
50:55
ever if you’re a republican just throw a
50:58
couple bucks at this you know if that’s
51:00
for all your money at this but throw
51:02
like a couple bucks at if every
51:03
republican through like two dollars at
51:05
this two to ten bucks at this she
51:08
becomes the nominee yeah she she could
51:12
she could become the nominee cuz there
51:15
is no one like her in this if you’re
51:17
looking for a socialist there’s a bunch
51:19
of them if you’re looking for if you’re
51:22
looking for you know some like you know
51:25
media favorite there’s harris there used
51:28
to be Biden there’s Booker and people
51:30
like that like there’s it can be split
51:32
up somewhat there’s only one person
51:34
telling you how you can like fix the
51:39
astral trauma in
51:42
you’re in your in your spirit no one’s
51:46
addressing that so cold addressing the
51:49
real questions here have you have you
51:51
thought about like what first-day
51:53
legislation she would like try to enact
51:58
vaccinations gone we’re going
52:00
fascination it’s illegal vaccinations
52:03
gonna be great essential oils yeah yeah
52:07
don’t worry some lavender and I don’t
52:11
use enough essential some lavender and
52:13
basil will clear up that cancer yeah
52:16
right now don’t don’t you worry about oh
52:18
don’t worry here’s some CBD and some
52:21
yeah CBD has medical well yeah here so
52:27
here’s some CBD and some ashwagandha and
52:31
that’ll clear up that aids don’t you
52:33
worry about that Universal Universal
52:37
Himalayan salt caves for all right the
52:41
the national anthem will only be sung in
52:43
Himalayan monk voices now over that
52:46
Mongolian that’s I mean I’m actually
52:55
hopeful now for the future of America if
52:57
she wins because I think that this would
52:59
be much better you can’t go to war if
53:02
everyone hasn’t been vaccinated because
53:05
that’s actually the law so right there
53:10
Wars gone because no one has protection
53:14
for malaria
53:15
I would I would love to see the first
53:20
diplomatic trip she goes on where she’s
53:25
talking with a Saudi prince who just
53:28
murdered somebody I just really feel as
53:34
though we need to come into these
53:37
meetings with love and equal respect for
53:42
each other talk to women I don’t know
53:45
what you want me to say here it’s gonna
53:49
be can be tough you’re gonna have to
53:51
talk to her you’re gonna have to talk to
53:52
her and you’re gonna have to you’re
53:54
gonna have to like meditate
53:56
with her right if you want that money
53:58
you’re gonna have to meditate with her
54:00
yeah and Chris Reynolds is right she is
54:02
the star of the debate because nobody
54:05
knew who she was and now we’ve just
54:09
spent ten minutes talking about that
54:10
she’s the star of she was the star of
54:13
dem again and I’ll tell you that much we
54:16
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55:35
wait yeah he yeah we got a couple from
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him oh man cuz yeah cuz the last show
55:40
was on the 25th oh he was sending him
55:42
during the during them again oh man so
55:46
we have we’ve got a couple to hit here
55:49
as always personal injury attorney Chris
55:54
Reynolds has quite a few I would just go
55:58
with the the top the ones from yesterday
56:02
and today okay yeah cuz yeah okay so I’m
56:08
just going to
56:09
do these in chronological order so here
56:13
is our first message from Chris Reynolds
56:15
attorney-at-law if you’re looking for an
56:17
attorney
56:17
personal injury injury attorney in
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Florida hit up Chris Reynolds personal
56:26
injury attorney Chris Reynolds here with
56:29
the Kamala Harris hot minute I guess so
56:37
after we’ve had a few days to digest the
56:41
first debate about whether or not their
56:48
opinions have changed and also does it
56:56
really matter what’s going on now when
56:59
we’ve got whatever it is
57:01
16 18 months until the actual election
57:05
historically I believe how you’re doing
57:08
right now doesn’t have a huge
57:09
correlation about how you’re going to be
57:12
doing 12 months from now so anyways any
57:15
thoughts on that would be great thanks
57:17
so we kind of covered the first part of
57:21
that right there yeah we covered
57:25
marianne williamson will be president
57:28
and yes Lenny right and and none of
57:31
these other people matter nobody else
57:34
matters but yes he’s correct what what
57:37
is happening right now
57:38
doesn’t matter I believe at this point
57:41
last year in the Arab world not last
57:43
year in a 2016 cycle Jeb Bush had 22%
57:50
Donald Trump had won we don’t need to
57:55
know anything else yeah like whatever
58:00
the polls say now there’s plenty of time
58:01
for a please clap moment and they’ll
58:05
just dwindle you’re gonna get your
58:07
Howard Dean in there and oh yeah there’s
58:11
so much that can happen yeah I’m so much
58:13
that’s gonna happen so yeah right now
58:15
now it doesn’t matter I think that the
58:18
first primary this year is in December
58:21
which is why things are
58:23
kicked off a little bit earlier than
58:24
they normally do
58:27
that’s Iowa right no I think so I think
58:31
it’s I think it’s New York now oh whoa
58:35
New York wanted to be first that’s
58:40
something
58:41
okay well that yeah other than like you
58:44
know taxes um yeah so I don’t think it
58:49
matters all that much other than I think
58:51
what matters here is that they’re
58:53
already tearing down Biden and he’s the
58:55
kind of candidate that I think if he
58:57
falls far behind I don’t see him having
58:59
much of a comeback moment um maybe I’m
59:02
wrong but I don’t see him having this
59:03
big comeback moment where you know he’s
59:06
gonna he’s gonna take over but III don’t
59:08
know I still thought he did well in the
59:10
debate I thought he did what he needed
59:11
to do but I think that I think that the
59:14
the far left definitely doesn’t want him
59:17
I really want look go ahead well I will
59:20
say that the the moment that you and I
59:24
got super excited about him doing the
59:28
the when I was a public defender I
59:32
wasn’t a prep I have not seen that in a
59:35
clip anywhere on the news nobody has
59:37
shown it that I have seen yeah no one’s
59:42
shown it because it would completely
59:43
blow it apart and again it goes to my
59:45
theory that most people didn’t watch the
59:46
debate they watched highlights when she
59:48
said I was bust and that little girl was
59:51
me and he looks at her and went oh oh
59:53
Harris won the debate and that’s not the
59:56
entirety of the debate I think for
59:58
someone who watched the debate it was
59:59
way more nuanced than that but I don’t
60:02
know what to tell you
60:02
so we still think the same thing
60:05
everyone else is wrong but us except for
60:07
marianne williamson is the star of a
60:09
personal injury attorney Chris Reynolds
60:11
here with your wanted to see you and I’m
60:18
sure the guys are gonna talk about this
60:20
anyways but what you all thought about
60:23
Donald Trump’s kind of I don’t know
60:28
is tripled love going around the world
60:32
swinging by old North Korea to have a
60:35
chat with kim jeong-hoon all the
60:40
controversy surrounding his daughter
60:43
hanging out with all the world leaders a
60:46
pretty sweet side i by somebody I forget
60:48
who was I forget but one of the one of
60:52
the women as she was trying to butt into
60:53
some conversations looked pretty
60:56
disgusted okay I’m looking up the side I
61:07
because I have no idea what that was so
61:11
Ivanka was at the g20 and she was
61:18
inserting her she was being very
61:20
trumpian you know he’s got me she’s a
61:22
trouble so she’s in the conversations
61:25
and somebody was giving her the side-eye
61:28
of she’s it did it was the diplomatic
61:33
equivalent of her going why is this
61:35
bitch even here oh it’s Christine
61:37
Lagarde Navarre who is the managing
61:40
director and chairwoman of the IMF the
61:43
International International Monetary
61:45
Fund that would be someone who would
61:47
wonder why you’re here
61:50
breakwire and so she and so she was
61:54
there and she was doing her thing and
61:57
we’re gonna get to North Korea in a
61:59
little bit yeah we’re gonna get to North
62:02
Korea in a little bit but yeah the rest
62:05
of it he went to China I had and his
62:07
meetings I think we’re still in the
62:09
trade war I don’t know yeah so I think
62:12
he said so he’s he’s talking about
62:13
backing off on the on new tariffs and
62:15
backing off and and maybe letting
62:17
highway highway right however you say
62:22
that the Chinese tell the Chinese phone
62:25
maker Huey uyy allowing them to allowing
62:29
government contractors to buy who iced
62:32
again arm so I mean listen anytime that
62:36
politicians are trading words they’re
62:38
not trading bombs so that’s a good thing
62:41
um you know him crossing then what’s
62:45
that it’s almost the direct quote from
62:48
Bernie Sanders this week I had no
62:53
rejoinder to that theory again um but
62:56
you know it’s so it’s good it’s a good
62:58
thing it’s a guy need to start doing
63:00
this when I talk I actually kind of I do
63:03
that occasionally um so he’s like
63:09
shaming you so it was I don’t know I
63:16
think it’s a trip of love I I’m I’m glad
63:22
he’s not bombing them my bar is low for
63:26
politicians I’m glad he’s not bombing
63:28
them right so that’s that’s that’s all
63:33
yeah yeah that’s really all I have I
63:36
like this one oh here we go
63:41
personal injury attorney Chris Reynolds
63:43
here with your ase millennial minute
63:45
attorney at law as you guys know the
63:49
Constitution gives the executive branch
63:51
the bulk of its powers in terms of what
63:56
it does with other countries and so with
63:59
the president currently on his trip
64:04
around the world g20 meeting with the
64:08
Saudi prince who just murdered somebody
64:10
recently meeting with kim jeong-hoon
64:13
meeting with Putin and joking about
64:15
election meddling all the different
64:17
things that are going on right now this
64:19
is the area where Donald Trump has most
64:21
of his power and I would just love to
64:26
hear you guys this view on you know how
64:28
do you think he’s doing what you know
64:31
affects all of these things that he’s
64:33
doing may or may not have thank you I I
64:44
don’t go ahead I I mean do I think that
64:50
we’re having any effect no ya don’t
64:54
Chris Reynolds attorney at law
64:57
personal injury attorney Chris Reynolds
64:58
attorney at law is one of the most
65:04
well-informed people I know and I don’t
65:08
agree with him on everything like I
65:09
don’t I don’t agree with personal injury
65:11
attorney Chris Reynolds attorney at law
65:12
I did everything I pet you don’t and I
65:17
don’t say it yeah I can name some things
65:20
but he he’s gonna be in like the top 1%
65:26
of people informed on everything going
65:29
on right spike and I are in the top 90%
65:37
most of the countries in the bottom 20
65:40
most of them don’t even know that Trump
65:42
left they just know that he showed up at
65:46
some point they just know he showed up
65:48
at some point in North Korea and walked
65:50
in to North Korea if that if that like I
65:54
mean the average voter and this is you
65:59
know a condemnation on democracy the
66:03
average voter doesn’t know what the hell
66:05
is going on which is why I still wonder
66:08
if all this like polling with the
66:09
debates and stuff if it’s even factoring
66:12
in the average voter is gonna show up
66:14
and go and then go back to their life
66:16
because they don’t they don’t know and
66:18
by the way always pressing a button like
66:20
they literally just aren’t like really
66:24
gonna go on no one knows what that means
66:26
they’re going to didn’t have the motion
66:28
of pushing a button no but some I just
66:32
do that
66:32
this school might just go in there and
66:34
grunt and walk away like that is what I
66:38
have been in voting places on election
66:40
there that’s actually accurate I do here
66:42
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66:44
between these people it’s like a wiki
66:49
convention so I mean so that that’s it I
66:54
don’t know if all of this stuff is
66:56
really factoring in we’re gonna find out
66:57
soon enough but I I don’t I don’t think
67:00
it does I don’t I I don’t think it does
67:03
I really don’t at least not as much as
67:06
we as
67:07
we might think it does like as much as
67:08
it does to us and it’s funny because it
67:10
doesn’t know us either because we’re not
67:11
voting but uh you know oh I’m gonna vote
67:16
I’m gonna like I’m not so I um I
67:22
understand the reasons not to vote and I
67:24
understand that makes absolutely no
67:25
difference especially because I don’t
67:26
vote for a major party right right right
67:29
I I literally throw in about just for
67:33
chaos
67:34
I would like to I’ll probably vote for
67:37
Marianne Williamson in the primary if
67:39
she’s still in it cuz I just
67:40
you have to um but I I was gonna vote
67:43
for Hillary in the primary and I at this
67:47
point I don’t think she’s she’s running
67:49
we can pretty safely say she’s not
67:50
running um I think she was I love ya
67:55
where people only twenty two of them may
67:57
end up dead next week and she’s gonna
67:59
come and be like well I’m here to save
68:00
the day I’m here I’m here because these
68:02
people keeps committing suicide and so
68:04
here I am folk for me again um but like
68:09
in the general if I I might vote for
68:12
like Kim rough or something like that I
68:14
think I probably do that if if the
68:17
libertarian that’s guy I’m looking
68:19
forward to that if if the libertarian
68:22
party pulls another Gary Johnson I’m not
68:25
even not that big of a detractor I’m
68:28
Gary Johnson but no if if they pull
68:30
another Gary Johnson then I’ll probably
68:32
like go and I’ll get a what’s a called a
68:39
so I showed up in 2016 with a bunch of
68:41
crayons I had just bought at the dollar
68:43
store and I wanted to draw pictures of
68:46
my dogs and they and Harambee and and
68:51
they told me I couldn’t because um they
68:53
didn’t have paper ballots and it’s
68:55
against the law to draw on the machines
68:59
so I’m gonna request a paper ballot and
69:01
then um and do that or kim revea right
69:06
or camera um let’s see what’s the next
69:09
one the next one is if it’s the one I
69:12
think it is is probably my favorite
69:16
because it just proves Christmas Day
69:18
spiking Matt first time long time love
69:22
the show wanted to see if you all would
69:24
talk a little bit about some of the
69:26
things that have been really weighing on
69:28
my mind lately
69:30
number one big little lies male Streep
69:35
amazing or just super amazing – stranger
69:41
things can it get any better from any of
69:44
the previous seasons and probably the
69:47
most important number three the recent
69:50
season finale of Keeping Up with the
69:52
Kardashians
69:54
Chloe the cheating from Tristan Thompson
69:58
the interview by Jordan we now get to
70:02
see in the inner-workings is Chloe gonna
70:06
be able to get through this is she gonna
70:07
go off the deep end I don’t know
70:10
I need your guys thoughts on this
70:14
Keeping Up with the Kardashians is still
70:16
on yeah no it is I actually had some
70:19
people at stateside kava in Indian
70:22
Shores Florida talking to me about it
70:24
the other day and I was like that’s the
70:25
other thing I don’t know matching like
70:28
an episode of that laughs when Caitlyn
70:33
Jenner was a man no well he was what was
70:39
Bruce Jenner
70:39
oh yeah Caitlyn yeah you’re right I was
70:42
thinking of one of the others no Caitlyn
70:45
one of them was still a man
70:50
nothing don’t worry about that okay
70:53
I don’t watch do you know any of those
70:57
shows man so I don’t know pretty little
71:01
eyes I do know stranger things and
71:03
strangers things season one is one of
71:06
the best seasons of television I’ve ever
71:07
seen in my entire life stranger things
71:08
seasons – was fantastic had one of the
71:12
sweetest moments and that I’ve seen on
71:14
in television especially like for
71:16
Netflix show is I mean it’s super well
71:18
produced it’s super well produced is
71:20
super well written season three I’ve
71:22
been looking forward to just I have not
71:25
been able to wait for it but I’ve
71:27
unfortunately had to if you can’t really
71:30
see it
71:30
this angle but right there that is a
71:33
stranger things lithograph that I got
71:37
for winning a stranger things come now
71:40
get the camera right Matt since you had
71:42
to move the camera nope
71:47
now everyone’s screwed thanks Matt no
71:51
that’s terrible
71:52
not actually it’s not bad now you know
71:54
what this well yeah no I’m sorry like
71:57
yeah sure sure it’s again it’s a little
72:02
high but it’s a little high well we’re
72:04
good alright that’s good that is good
72:09
that’s actually better than before okay
72:11
so so stranger things is uh so yeah
72:19
Chris I get it I understand I’m not your
72:21
green my calming out loud so so stranger
72:29
things is most of the people only get
72:36
20% of the information most of the
72:40
people only get 20% of the information
72:43
um virtually everyone bottom 20 right
72:50
yeah pretty much everybody bottom 20 um
72:52
so yeah so yeah stranger things I I have
72:58
high hopes for this season I don’t know
72:59
how long they’re gonna be able to do it
73:01
because the kids are getting older and
73:02
eventually you’re not going to believe
73:04
that much 24 year olds or 15 but that
73:09
being said as long as long as they keep
73:12
up the writing that they’ve been doing
73:13
and they’ve and they keep up just the
73:16
good classic humor and kind of the
73:18
references to 80s TV shows and movies
73:21
yeah they’ll still do great again truly
73:25
looking forward to that the other shows
73:27
I’ve seen one episode of probably seeing
73:31
like three episodes of Keeping Up with
73:32
the Kardashians and that was
73:33
relationship required and yeah and I’ve
73:38
never seen pretty little eyes I hear the
73:40
book is really good though yeah
73:45
personal injury attorney Chris Reynolds
73:47
here with Trump time I like ignitor that
73:52
Trump is very likely to win but I would
73:57
like a discussion at some point see what
74:03
would it take for Trump to not win
74:08
regardless of I know I believe he’s
74:13
pulling somewhere low 40 percent
74:16
nationwide and that’s a pretty good base
74:20
and with our plurality voting majority
74:25
there might not be a lot of third party
74:27
candidates but there will be some it
74:30
doesn’t seem like he needs a whole lot
74:32
more to put him over the top but what do
74:34
you guys see is ways that he might lose
74:39
this election thank you
74:40
I think that if here you go you go at
74:45
first because I have a few thoughts on
74:46
her the only ways that I could see him
74:49
losing this election is if he if the
74:55
economy crumbles yeah if the economy
75:01
just crumbles in the next six to eight
75:04
months he loses this election he goes to
75:12
war with Iran that’s a coin flip for me
75:14
on whether or not he wins or loses it I
75:17
would have said that hurts him but Matt
75:19
brought up either the last episode of
75:21
the episode before that as far as we
75:24
could tell no wartime president hasn’t
75:28
gotten reelected but they all get
75:30
reelected George Bush Senior made his
75:32
mistake was he ended the war he ended
75:35
the war in Iraq which was good but it
75:38
also probably cost him the re-election
75:41
arm so I don’t I I so yes obviously if
75:48
the economy goes under all bets are off
75:51
III don’t see Trump winning assuming the
75:53
economy continues to do okay / well
75:57
and I think he’ll get reelected another
76:00
thing that could happen is if you know I
76:04
so first of all you have to remember so
76:08
people get focused on the percentages he
76:10
only really needs because he’s a
76:12
Republican and we’re his base of support
76:14
is he really only needs about forty six
76:16
percent of the vote which is what he got
76:18
last time third-party candidates take
76:21
anywhere between three and five percent
76:22
of the vote so that you know that eats
76:25
into the total amount but then also I
76:27
mean Hillary beat him by two percentage
76:29
points in like several million votes but
76:31
they were concentrated in New York and
76:33
California um not if you count the
76:37
illegal vote as the illegal voters uh
76:43
pulled her over at the top up until then
76:45
he was winning the party he won the
76:47
popular vote unless you count the
76:49
illegal though millions of illegal voter
76:52
said no one could find assuming that
76:54
those hidden illegal voters continue
76:57
into this next election cycle Trump
77:00
really only needs to get like forty six
77:01
percent and he needs to keep his support
77:04
in the Midwest which is why he’s doing
77:06
all this populist crap that we hate so
77:08
much like that’s why he’s doing well
77:10
that he believes in it but his populist
77:13
economically illiterate trade
77:16
protectionism garbage is what
77:18
blue-collar workers like um so and
77:23
remember like he could he could lose
77:26
Pennsylvania and either Wisconsin or
77:32
Michigan and still win so he’s got some
77:35
like padding there from the last
77:37
election cycle um but yeah I think if
77:41
the economy does well there are a lot of
77:43
hidden trump voters they won’t they’ll
77:46
even say like yeah I don’t like Trump
77:47
because it’s popular to not like Trump
77:49
and unpopular to like Trump um but they
77:54
show up and vote for Trump and maybe not
77:56
even tell anyone I mean we saw that in
77:58
Pennsylvania the polling had him getting
78:01
blown out really up until the end and he
78:04
ended up pulling it out and same things
78:06
in Wisconsin in Michigan there were
78:08
polls there that showed that Hill
78:10
he might be in trouble but not like that
78:12
and so I mean called it for what’s that
78:19
Pennsylvania called it for Hillary early
78:22
and they had to retract it yeah yeah
78:24
because he came back in the in all the
78:26
the rural areas and some what no what
78:28
happened was he did way better in the
78:30
suburbs and they expected the
78:31
blue-collar blue and and and like higher
78:34
level you know union workers basically
78:36
they knew we’d do well in the rural
78:37
areas they knew we do poorly in the
78:39
cities and they figured he’d do about
78:41
the same as other Republicans in the in
78:44
the the suburbs and he didn’t he did way
78:48
better so I don’t see a Democrat out
78:53
populist in him but maybe they could I’d
78:56
sooner say really the biggest thing is
78:58
the economy if the economy goes south
78:59
then he’s not he’s not gonna he’s not
79:02
he’s not gonna win it on the power of
79:04
his personality put it that way right
79:06
it’s the economy stupid yeah personal
79:08
injury attorney Chris Reynolds here with
79:10
your AOL minute the second one
79:27
Matan spikes view on the electoral
79:29
college electoral college is intended to
79:33
reserve power to the states over the
79:35
federal government in a sense so it
79:39
would seem to be something that
79:40
libertarians would favor over other
79:43
methods of do you guys is something else
79:54
what that’s something else
79:57
thank you Matt let you give your pretend
80:01
mentor his view prefers yeah I was like
80:04
I know spikes answer to this and it’s so
80:08
pretty simple right yeah but I don’t
80:11
know if anybody caught in like minute 34
80:13
whatever bill so the libertarian thought
80:19
process on the electoral college is that
80:22
yes the electoral college was
80:24
in place so that way major major states
80:28
would not be able to govern over the
80:30
smaller states right that the electoral
80:32
college was its initial intention was
80:36
that places like California well
80:40
obviously not California because it
80:42
wasn’t around then but like the the more
80:44
populous states would not be able to
80:46
tell states like Rhode Island how to how
80:51
they had to run Rhode Island right
80:54
that was the initial intention if you
80:57
get rid of the electoral college the
81:03
amount of people that live in San
81:05
Francisco Chicago LA New York Dallas st.
81:10
Pete Tampa Miami Orlando say New York I
81:13
said yes you said New York heck and in
81:17
Boston yeah is enough to win the
81:21
election
81:21
yeah is it enough to win the election
81:24
and the people in those areas then
81:27
theoretically if all of them voted one
81:29
way that would be enough for those
81:34
people to decide how everybody else in
81:36
the country has to live their lives so
81:39
yeah the libertarians who still think
81:43
that we need a government they think
81:46
they’d be like they think that we need
81:49
the electoral college yes I think that
81:53
as long as we have the government yes
81:55
the electoral college is the best way to
81:58
go about it because they’re not
82:00
abolishing elections for federal office
82:04
anytime soon not this cycle anyway now
82:07
and I don’t want them to get rid of the
82:10
electoral college because I don’t want
82:13
those cities telling my state how it has
82:16
to govern itself right so historically
82:20
the reason for it so yes the electoral
82:23
college was to make sure that big states
82:25
couldn’t bully the smaller states
82:26
basically but it also goes down to the
82:29
fact that coming out of the Articles of
82:32
Confederation which was a very very
82:34
loose alliance of the of the
82:37
to each of the individual states and
82:39
going into the Constitution which was a
82:41
much more much more centralization of
82:43
power into a strong federal government
82:45
that had the power to tax they had the
82:47
power to conduct Wars and declare war as
82:49
they had the power to do all of these
82:51
different things that the previous
82:54
Confederated government didn’t have one
82:59
of the compromises there was that they
83:03
were still in theory independent semi
83:05
autonomous states and and one of those
83:08
was saintly so and that worked its way
83:10
into their elections as well that when
83:13
you’re picking a president it’s not the
83:15
American people picking a president
83:18
it’s each state having an election for
83:21
who they want to be president and so
83:24
that’s what that whole thing wasn’t it
83:27
you can go even deeper and it used to be
83:29
that it was more of a suggestion to the
83:31
Electoral College how they should pick
83:33
presidents and so forth but the bottom
83:35
line is that each state was saying we as
83:39
the state of South Carolina Florida
83:41
California New York Illinois whatever
83:44
Nebraska we’re picking the president
83:47
what’s that yeah Canada
83:51
you know we’re deciding who we as a
83:53
state want to be president and then
83:55
we’re counting our points up with with
83:57
each with everyone else – it was a
83:59
representative form of doing it the
84:01
bottom line because I’m an anarchist
84:03
where we are we’ve already said we don’t
84:07
need to mark another one I like to mark
84:09
at each time minute 37 20 the all of
84:16
this speaks to the inherent failings of
84:19
democracy and yes a constitutional
84:21
republic is a form of democracy you are
84:23
using a democratic process to pick your
84:25
representatives it’s not a direct
84:27
democracy where you’re directly voting
84:29
on legislation you’re voting through a
84:31
proxy blah blah blah it’s a democracy
84:34
any system where and everyone is forced
84:38
into the system if you want to live on
84:41
your property if you want to you know do
84:43
business where you live if you want to
84:45
you know continue living the way that
84:46
you live you have to be a part of your
84:50
subject of the
84:51
state period you can’t get out of it you
84:53
have to pay those taxes you have to
84:55
follow the regulations and rules and so
84:58
what they give you is the option to be a
85:00
citizen assuming that you weren’t
85:01
already born one and to vote in the
85:03
election it’s like if a hostage-taker
85:06
took us all hostage and then gave us a
85:08
vote on what to have for lunch each day
85:11
and then still just gave us whatever
85:12
they were gonna give us anyway right
85:14
that’s how democracy works and each of
85:17
these things term limits the electoral
85:20
college any of these things that are
85:21
done to protect us from the worst
85:25
impulses of mankind they’re all
85:27
acknowledgments that democracy is a
85:29
proven failure if democracy worked we
85:33
wouldn’t need all these protections
85:35
protections from what US their
85:37
protections you know we say the smaller
85:39
states from the bigger states we’re all
85:41
people what you’re saying is I don’t
85:44
like those people over there and I don’t
85:45
want them to decide how I live my life
85:47
well that’s democracy in any system yes
85:51
you can find ways to blunt it or you
85:53
know to have a representative instead of
85:55
voting directly on it or whatever it’s
85:57
all the same thing people are voting to
86:00
you they use their vote as an act of
86:02
proxy violence where they say okay I
86:04
want you to do the things against those
86:07
people that you promised to do and to
86:10
leave me alone and that’s that’s what
86:13
democracy is it’s not a good system and
86:15
so if we’re gonna have this system if I
86:18
were still am in our kissed or a
86:20
conservative or whatever you want to
86:22
call it libertarian I would I would be
86:24
in favor of the electoral college
86:26
because it gives at least some semblance
86:29
of autonomy to the states and it makes
86:32
it so that like whatever it is the top
86:34
dozen cities don’t control the federal
86:37
election it doesn’t render like the
86:42
majority of people who live in the
86:43
bottom 20% from being able to have a say
86:47
in in elections but yeah I mean it to me
86:52
it’s neither here nor there but yeah if
86:54
I were if I were in favor of government
86:56
I would say the Electoral College needs
86:58
to be preserved and not because it
87:00
favors Republicans but just because
87:04
needs to because I don’t like
87:05
Republicans but it needs to you have to
87:08
have some semblance of autonomy for the
87:10
states so speaking of real quick
87:15
breaking news from one of our regular
87:17
listeners who apparently got Facebook
87:18
banned
87:19
oh no Iacocca has passed well that sucks
87:30
Lee Iacocca who he rescued Chrysler from
87:35
bankruptcy turned the company around
87:38
during the 80s and then ended up coming
87:41
or the 70s seventies and eighties and
87:42
ended up coming out with the DeLorean
87:45
you didn’t come out with the DeLorean
87:49
didn’t he we gotta cope good Lee Iacocca
87:52
did not come out with the DeLorean that
87:53
was a DeLorean Motor Company that was
87:57
John DeLorean and then he was using his
87:59
business to ship cocaine and that’s why
88:03
the DeLorean went away so the I cook is
88:08
dead I thought he I thought he but he
88:12
had something to do with the DeLorean I
88:14
don’t think he had anything to do with
88:16
the DeLorean I’m pretty certain he had
88:28
nothing to do with it I’m pretty certain
88:30
that was John DeLorean who recently
88:33
funfact a the DeLorean Motor Company
88:35
John DeLorean still in prison but they
88:39
were going to be re re releasing the
88:43
DeLorean as of a couple of years ago and
88:46
the government told them no because it
88:48
was property of the US government all
88:55
designs oh because of the they seized it
88:58
in a drug thing why wouldn’t they
89:01
license it and make money because it’s
89:05
the federal government they like
89:07
spending money they don’t make it they
89:10
steal it
89:13
I could have sworn like Oh anyway
89:17
the iaccoca dead very sad very sad guys
89:22
okay cool so speaking of things from the
89:29
80s Donald Trump has did a lot of stuff
89:36
we were talking about earlier he went to
89:37
North Korea after his visits to China
89:40
and Japan he is the first and it
89:43
happened from a tweet right he tweeted
89:45
that he’d like to meet with he was on
89:47
his way back from China and Japan he was
89:49
like just had these great meetings with
89:50
the leaders of China and Japan and if
89:53
the rocket man he didn’t come the rocket
89:55
man but if the rocket man sees this I
89:57
would be happy to meet him at the border
90:00
of North and South Korea to shake his
90:02
hand and say hello and rocket man kim
90:05
jeong-hoon said sure and then he went to
90:08
North Korea shook it Kim Jong Un’s hand
90:11
and became the first because he met at
90:12
the DMZ and then he became the first
90:16
sitting president to step foot on North
90:19
Korean soil basically the first
90:21
president who wasn’t Jimmy Carter to
90:23
step foot on North Korean soil and again
90:28
so I met you can tell me if you disagree
90:31
I don’t think anything’s gonna come from
90:33
any of this we’re not gonna go to war
90:35
with North Korea North Korea is not
90:37
gonna stop their nuclear program and
90:39
it’s not gonna result in anyone going to
90:40
a nuclear war North Korea wants nukes
90:43
for two reasons one so that we don’t
90:45
bomb them cuz the US government doesn’t
90:49
bomb countries with nukes and neither do
90:50
other countries you don’t bomb countries
90:52
of the nukes and two they get to say ah
90:55
we’re gonna nuke everyone if you don’t
90:57
give us soybeans cuz we’re all starving
90:58
to death and so that’s what’s gonna
91:01
happen they’re nothing’s gonna change
91:03
I’m happy to see some form of diplomacy
91:06
yeah I’m happy to see them not
91:09
threatening to kill each other because
91:11
they’re not the ones that do that they
91:13
send all of your friends and neighbors
91:14
to go and kill their friends and
91:16
neighbors um so I yeah I’m happy with
91:20
that so I’d say that’s a good thing yeah
91:26
I would I would I would agree that it’s
91:28
a good thing someone somewhere I’m
91:31
certain sitting in a room much like this
91:36
one probably much like the one that I’m
91:37
sitting in with much more color and not
91:40
wearing some hipster pop singer t-shirt
91:44
but instead of wearing a very red shirt
91:49
with a hammer and sickle or Che
91:51
Guevara’s
91:51
face on it calling himself a Stalinist
91:55
was upset that Trump was hanging out
91:59
with and possibly showing support for a
92:01
brutal dictator yeah there and real real
92:05
upset about it so occupy Democrats had a
92:08
meme where they’re like Donald Trump
92:10
went to North Korea where there’s and it
92:13
like listed all the terrible things
92:14
about North Korea and it’s like yeah
92:16
North Korea sucks where were you the
92:19
last 20 years while we were all saying
92:20
that communism sucks like now you’re mad
92:24
because Trump if Trump was bombing North
92:27
Korea or threatening to bomb North Korea
92:28
they’d go
92:29
Donald Trump’s crazy dog North Korea did
92:31
nothing wrong but then and again
92:34
Republicans are no better with this
92:35
stuff this is this is partisan hypocrisy
92:37
but it is hilarious to watch Communists
92:40
and communist sympathizers get upset
92:43
about diplomacy with actual communist um
92:46
or state socialist or whatever you want
92:48
to call them I think it’s hilarious and
92:50
I want more of it I want more of Donald
92:52
Trump being diplomatic and I want more
92:55
of the left being mad that new wars
92:58
aren’t being started I want more of that
93:03
well that’s good because I have a
93:04
feeling that’s gonna happen yeah III
93:07
think so now in some not-so-good Trump
93:09
news the Trump administration and the
93:12
Department of Justice which is the Trump
93:14
administration are thinking about
93:16
destroying privacy freedoms for all of
93:18
us again again so senior Trump
93:24
administration officials met last
93:27
Wednesday to during my show oddly enough
93:29
to discuss whether to seek legislation
93:32
prohibiting tech companies from using
93:34
forms of encryption that law enforcement
93:36
can’t break so like iMessage on iPhones
93:40
whatsapp which I use signal etc they
93:43
have unbreakable encrypted messaging so
93:48
when you send it on there you know that
93:50
no one other than the intended recipient
93:52
can get it meaning the government can’t
93:53
get it um they don’t like that they want
93:56
to be able to get all the things even
93:59
which which is weird because I was
94:01
specifically told that government only
94:04
wants to get these things with a warrant
94:07
and if they had a warrant then they
94:08
could just get it they could just get it
94:10
because they have a warrant saying you
94:13
have to unencrypt this but they for some
94:16
reason want the ability to get it
94:18
without having to get a warrant which is
94:22
odd so the the Department of Justice and
94:33
the FBI have been arguing that catching
94:34
criminals and terrorists should be the
94:36
top priority even if watered down
94:38
encryption creates hacking risks yes
94:40
because it does that to your private
94:42
data means absolutely nothing the fact
94:44
that you can have your identity stolen
94:46
means absolutely nothing but this is in
94:48
the name of terrorism this is winning
94:51
the war on terror that is what they are
94:53
saying that is their argument yeah
94:56
somehow the Commerce and State
94:57
Department disagreed with some semblance
95:00
of common sense and pointing to economic
95:05
security and diplomatic consequences
95:06
mandating equip ssin backdoors
95:09
and the Department of Homeland Security
95:11
is that’s hard why would they be anybody
95:17
maybe there’s people in there yeah I
95:19
think there are some people in the
95:20
Department of Homeland Security who are
95:22
worried about what their messages say
95:28
not whatsapp wait we’re gonna do
95:33
whatsapp as well all right oh that’s a
95:35
great idea deleting their what’s
95:37
happening give me a minute I just gotta
95:40
see how I feel about that
95:43
that’s or encryption yet let me get this
95:46
one yeah yeah I know this that’s good I
95:48
think you should do it yeah yeah give
95:51
Department of Department of Homeland
95:53
Security a week and they won’t be
95:54
divided any more so if you guys recall
95:58
in 2015 in San Bernardino California
96:01
there was a terrorist attack it actually
96:02
killed one of my friends Nicholas
96:04
telecine oh and he in that attack
96:10
there was a locked iphone belonging to
96:13
one of the shooters and they went to the
96:17
Department of Justice went to Apple not
96:19
asking them to unlock that phone but to
96:22
give them the code or the you know
96:25
whatever the key basically the backdoor
96:27
to unencrypt all iPhone messages I
96:31
messages and Apple said no we’re not
96:34
doing that um and they won that case
96:37
right so yes and no um what yeah yeah it
96:46
completely it completely cut us off oh
96:50
no we’re back online
96:51
okay so when when the when the when the
97:00
department justice went to Apple and
97:02
they said hey will you build a backdoor
97:03
into all iPhone because there isn’t a
97:05
way to do it there is no way to do it
97:07
they doesn’t have a need to do this they
97:09
said we need you to build this and Apple
97:10
said no we’re not going to do it and
97:13
people everywhere cheered that you know
97:15
at least Apple seemed to be on the side
97:17
of privacy and they took him to court
97:23
somebody I think the first judge says
97:26
you know you have to do it they appealed
97:27
it the second judge says no you don’t
97:29
have to do it I think they ended up
97:31
coming to some sort of an agreement but
97:33
it’s completely sealed on what that
97:35
agreement was and I think Apple just
97:36
unlock the phone right okay okay but
97:39
just that phone just that they don’t
97:42
give them the keys to do it I think that
97:44
they just unlocked that well I think I
97:46
don’t know it’s there was no precedent
97:49
set in anything like theirs right right
97:51
right record of exactly how all of that
97:54
ended all I know is Apple didn’t
97:56
give them a key to unlock all iPhones
97:59
right so so former FBI had James Comey
98:04
said that Apple was creating a space
98:06
beyond the reach of law enforcement
98:07
which is yeah yeah technically all
98:11
should have all spaces are supposed to
98:13
be beyond the reach of law enforcement
98:14
unless they get a warrant like that’s
98:18
that’s how it’s supposed to be they’re
98:20
supposed to be beyond the reach this
98:22
this whole idea of law enforcement can
98:25
grab stuff anytime they want because it
98:28
makes their job easier that’s not I mean
98:30
to put it in perspective more Americans
98:33
are killed in animal attacks every year
98:37
than in terrorist attacks more Americans
98:41
are killed by sharks and bears and it’s
98:44
not because a lot of Americans are being
98:46
killed by sharks and bears it’s because
98:49
terrorism is not this gigantic threat
98:53
that they try to make it out to be and
98:56
if a person dies from a shark a year
98:58
yeah it’s it’s in – in 2001 before the
99:02
9/11 there were like three people that
99:04
got killed by sharks and I remember all
99:06
the shark all a medial media coverage
99:10
was about Chandra Levy and
99:12
what’s-his-name that they thought killed
99:14
him and it turned out he didn’t but
99:15
Chandra Levy yes and yeah I know I know
99:22
and and shark ate it out that can be our
99:25
next step or if you don’t know mmm the
99:27
rapper Eminem a shark attack since
99:30
Chandra Levy both of whom were greater
99:34
threats than terrorism prior to 9/11 but
99:38
with the exception of 9/11 even on 9/11
99:42
it was more dangerous to be in a car
99:44
than on a plane I mean that I’m just
99:45
trying to put in perspective the threat
99:47
of terrorism the threat of terrorism is
99:50
not it’s not high especially when you
99:53
consider the fact that the TSA has never
99:55
caught a terrorist they’re not catching
99:58
terrorists they’re spending money to
100:01
create a bunch of fake jobs and spy on
100:03
you and you’re some your stuff is
100:08
supposed to be
100:09
cure from unwarranted search and seizure
100:12
and if it’s a if it’s secured from
100:15
unwarranted search and seizure then why
100:17
do they need to be able to unencrypted
100:19
your stuff without a warrant right so
100:22
that’s the end of that so yep and you
100:25
know they’re gonna use the the old the
100:29
old addage oh yeah if you’re not doing
100:32
anything wrong you don’t have anything
100:33
to worry about all right
100:37
Snowden kind of pointed to yeah we do
100:40
yes we do we have a lot to worry about
100:44
and then also wrong usually means a
100:48
politician wrote it down on a sheet of
100:49
paper that you shouldn’t be able to do
100:51
it so wrong is also relative like if the
100:54
only laws were you know you can’t murder
100:55
people you can’t treat people you can’t
100:58
because we’re against rape you can’t rob
101:00
people
101:00
you can’t embezzle money you can’t
101:02
actually harm another person in some way
101:05
that would be one thing then the rules
101:09
would be to protect us from wrong the
101:10
vast majority of rules are like you’re
101:13
you can’t drive with your taillight out
101:14
and like stupid crap that has nothing to
101:17
do with actually protecting anyone from
101:20
anyone else it’s it’s about collecting
101:22
revenue and controlling your life and
101:25
there’s no good reason for them to be
101:27
able to do all of that so we’re against
101:29
it we are it’s like when the DC sniper
101:33
DC shooter DC sniper yeah yeah we took
101:37
whatever this moniker was when he was
101:39
sniping they were using that as an
101:45
excuse to get into everybody’s car that
101:47
they pulled over and they right right
101:48
having a taillight and we want to look
101:54
in your car and I was much dumber at the
101:57
time and also really nervous because I
102:00
had highly illegal drugs on me and Tim
102:05
you DC sniper yeah and I had to figure
102:08
out how to not let them find the drugs
102:13
which was my main concern and good news
102:18
is they didn’t they didn’t find the
102:19
drugs okay so yeah so I didn’t end up in
102:22
said
102:23
prison for what I had it was a very very
102:28
hard 45 minutes like that was that’s not
102:31
even like a double entendre of any kind
102:33
like though is just I was sweating the
102:35
entire time going
102:36
I will go to federal prison oh I can
102:39
imagine it stuff like we were just on
102:41
the border and we had nothing to worry
102:44
about we were going to like you know get
102:46
some stuff at Walmart like I mean we
102:48
weren’t we did but you know they checked
102:50
the back and they open up the hatch and
102:51
and you’re like you’re worried for no
102:56
reason because they’re like you know
102:58
they’re what so I mean if you actually
102:59
have something then they really worried
103:01
you’re worried for a reason but yeah
103:03
you know this whole if you’re not doing
103:05
anything wrong oh you mean like the fact
103:07
that the vast majority of Americans
103:08
commit a felony every single day or at
103:11
least you know several misdemeanors like
103:13
it’s it’s it’s absurd so we’re against
103:16
it but I’ll tell you what we’re not
103:17
against my show and tomorrow guys is the
103:29
one-year anniversary of my show
103:32
my fellow Americans and that’s a big
103:35
deal because it didn’t seem like it’s
103:37
been so much in the last year I have
103:39
well mostly in facial hair but I have
103:41
grown and my show was a lot less rough
103:44
than it used to be um and so for the the
103:48
special the one-year anniversary special
103:51
my fellow Americans I’m having on an
103:53
equally special guest mr. Jason Lyon the
103:56
newest addition to the muddy waters
103:58
media empire he’s the host of mr.
104:01
America the bearded truth and he’s
104:03
coming on to talk about the stuff he’s
104:04
doing and we’ll also be answering your
104:06
questions and thoughts it’s an ask us
104:08
and it’s not an AMA cuz it’s two of us
104:10
it’s an au way and ask us anything
104:13
episode so be sure to inbox us here or
104:16
me personally or Jason or comment with
104:20
your your questions and we will answer
104:21
them live tomorrow starting at 8:00 p.m.
104:24
Eastern and then on Thursday oh you
104:27
don’t have a show cuz its yeah because
104:29
it’s for its fourth of July and as we
104:31
learned from spikes inaugural episode
104:34
nobody watches on 4th of July
104:36
one watches on the fourth of July
104:37
especially if it’s about bashing the
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founders but here’s the thing go out
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there on the fourth of July and
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celebrate that time that our founders
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fought to take away the to take the
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ability to tax and kidnap us from the
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crown eat some hot dogs
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shoot off some roman candles why are
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they called Roman can’t are those actual
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like is that the kind of candles they
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used in Rome no no honey it’s dark in
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here
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here it’s I don’t think gun Chinese
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gunpowder what was in Rome at the time
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honey kit it’s so it’s hottest it’s it’s
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it’s darkest in here us let me let me
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aah
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bright light that will light everything
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up the kids the kid is the kitty kisses
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anyway it’s terrible Roman joke be kid
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the kinases oh it’s in his eyes and then
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on Friday
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be sure to tone it tune in to Jason show
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mr. America the bearded truth then have
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a great weekend tune in to Jason so show
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on Monday mr. America the beard of truth
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and they come right back here to us on
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Tuesday night for the mighty waters of
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freedom what’s that
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we’re episode 108 episode 108 which we
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haven’t titled yet but it’ll be it’ll be
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a great title it’d be almost it’ll be
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maybe even as good as the title for this
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episode maybe maybe maybe it’s oh man
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elleny go it’ll probably be it won’t
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reach the heightened levels of episode
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107 or sorry 106 of episode 106 the one
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I named yes episode 1 106 Trump rapes
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Iran in a concentration camp yes that
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one that was almost as good as our as
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our intro music so guys thanks for
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find this and every other episode at
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muddied waters media.com well that’s
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very good so guys thanks again for
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tuning in we will see you next week and
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where we’re going we don’t need roads
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Spike Cohen
Spike Cohen
Local Jew. Contrarian stoic sentimentalist. Antidisestablishmentarianism. Will pet your dog.