Episode 113 – Pulled a Sneaky on ‘Ya

The Muddied Waters of Freedom with Matt Wright & Spike Cohen


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You probably thought we weren’t going to do an episode of The Muddied Waters of Freedom this week, but we’re the chosen ones!


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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 you drink water I drink anarchie
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37 seconds then Cohen I am Matt Wright
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and together we are traversing the
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muddied waters of freedom hey everybody
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how are you doing I’m doing fantastic
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that’s a great plan so guys we Ono first
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and foremost first and foremost allow me
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to thank Justin for pouring me the kava
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I am drinking on today’s episode and
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allow me to thank Croker for this
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delicious purified drinking water I’m
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drinking now don’t make me spit on my
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[Laughter]
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guys ya know I put it on during the
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thing so guys this show is brought to
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you by crisp personal injury attorney
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Chris Reynolds attorney at law that’s
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right
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personal attorney Chris Reynolds
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attorney allows bringing you this shirt
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or this show in this shirt and this
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shirt he definitely brought me this
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shirt and he definitely brought me this
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shirt oh that’s great three many who
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doesn’t know Chris Reynolds professional
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injury attorney Chris Reynolds attorney
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at law
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this is his law firm that I’m wearing
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the shirt of in spike is wearing him so
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guys
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funny story Matt was talking about how
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we should promote Chris Reynolds and I
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thought that’s a great idea
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and before I got a chance to actually
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talk with Matt about how one would would
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do something like that he told me he had
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a Chris Reynolds shirt
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I wasn’t gonna be able to get one in
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time for that so I did an even better
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thing I did this
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god I hope Chris watches there’s any
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episode for him not to miss it was me
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this it would be this one yes that’s
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great
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yeah just every Chris Reynolds
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professional injury attorney Chris
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Reynolds attorney at law everywhere this
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is the muddy waters of personal injury
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attorney Chris Reynolds attorney a lot
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that’s right I have to sit up right the
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whole time so that you get a beautiful
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smile okay I gotta get my chest out like
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this the holes show more Chris Reynolds
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attorney at law we need more Chris
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Reynolds this episode is all about Chris
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Reynolds personal personal injury
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attorney Chris Reynolds attorney at law
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right I’ve got I’ve got a fever and
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professional injury attorney Chris
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Reynolds attorney Allah is the only care
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the only prescription I need is personal
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injury attorney Chris Reynolds attorney
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at law that’s right some would say that
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he’s the chosen one and speaking of
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which uh there’s one person who might
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disagree with personal injury attorney
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Chris Reynolds attorney at law that’s
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right he’d be wrong
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but he would say that I’m doing this so
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I can read what’s on my screen um it
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turns out guys that hey look I’m fifty
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Donald Trump President of the United
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States
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he called himself United States of these
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United States not another not a
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different United States confederation of
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state somewhere else this one you know
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actually so fun funny fun fact Mexico
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was actually officially known as the
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United States of Mexico for ever without
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anyone knowing until they changed it
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like a decade ago because they’ll be
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dag-blasted if they were gonna be
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compared to the US which no one ever no
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one ever said the United States of
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Mexico ever no but they did change it to
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just Mexico
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do people refer to us as the United
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States of America do they just refer to
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us as America so it depends what so I
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mean well I mean some people don’t speak
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English
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Estados Unidos is what is how we’re
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known to our neighbors south of Virginia
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narrows Unidos is the Estados Unidos and
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then the various other languages I think
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they just call us the states so like in
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Canada they tend to refer to us as the
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States it sounds kind of fancy because
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we are these things we are these states
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not just some states we are these states
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I just realized that I’ve got that
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stupid that’s stupid
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filter thing on my video where it
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touched up my appearance well we don’t
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want that
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no we when you have perfection you don’t
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need touching it up because then it just
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looks like airbrushed yeah it looks
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there it looks like I got Botox and I
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don’t I don’t need that no and neither
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does there’s personal injury attorney
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Chris Reynolds no he’d look at him look
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at how fantastic prefer that smile I
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know it’s a great smile look at me and
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smile so so yeah Donald Trump according
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to Shane Sweeney that’s Donald Messiah
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Chris Trump CEO oh Christ Trump yeah um
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fair enough
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um let us bask in the glory that is your
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rugged splendor passage by the way bass
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apologies for last for last night
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YouTube was not showing the comments and
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so I assumed that we weren’t getting any
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turned out we were getting a few
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including some from you so I apologize
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so yeah so Donald Trump was in a I think
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he was in front of the the White House
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giving a talking to reporters about his
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trade war with China and during it he
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says you know no one else
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was you know dragging us into a
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smoot-hawley trade war and and he he
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looked up to the sky and said I am the
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chosen one and there’s some disagreement
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as to whether he was joking or not um
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but it gets better because either I’m
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not sure if it was was it before or
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after that that he did the Jew thing I
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didn’t even know he actually did that I
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saw the tweet I didn’t know he actually
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did that what the chosen one thing yeah
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oh no when he so he was the chosen one
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on trade yeah he looked up and said I
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yeah yeah yeah all right because of
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everything that’s happening this I I
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think that chosen one thing happened
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first and then the Jew thing happened
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yes then later he said he was talking
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about Jews who vote Democrat he said
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five years ago the concept of even
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talking about this even three years ago
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of cutting off aid to Israel because of
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two people that hate Israel and hate
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Jewish people I can’t believe we’re even
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having this conversation where has the
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Democratic Party gone where have they
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gone where they’re defending these two
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people over the State of Israel I think
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any Jewish people that vote for a
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Democrat it shows either a total lack of
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knowledge or great disloyalty and so for
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a wild Trump supporters were saying no
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he wasn’t saying that Jews have to be
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loyal to Israel he was saying they were
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being disloyal to Jews to which Rudy
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Giuliani clarified no no no no he
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definitely meant Israel so for all of
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the Republicans who were pretending to
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be upset about the about the assertion
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that Jews have dual loyalty to the US
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and to Israel they’ve been oddly quiet
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this week and I’m not sure why now why
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do you think that is well I would have
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to defer to the Jewish man no I don’t
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know we’ll never know I guess I guess
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we’ll never know
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but thankfully there was a Jew who had
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some thoughts on this no less than
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former libertarian VP candidate Wayne
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Allyn root who tweeted president Trump
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is the greatest president for Jews and
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for Israel in the history of the world
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not just America he is the best
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president for Israel in the history of
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the world and the Jewish people in
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Israel love him like he’s the king of
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Israel Trump retweeted that tweet and
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quoted root as saying they love him like
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he is the second coming of God the
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second coming of God second coming of
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God that means that at some point God
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left well so that’s a reference to I
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guess Messiah but Second Coming is
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something that Christians believe in
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true that one Jesus came and then and is
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coming back Jews don’t actually Jews are
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waiting for that first coming right I
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knew that I knew that the the Jewish
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folk they were waiting on the first
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coming because that first time yeah
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they’re still waiting on they’re still
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waiting on number one they’re still
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waiting on the Messiah to come and visit
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and the Christians are like no it was a
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carpenter guy
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the carpenter guy he’s coming back we
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already had number one he’s coming back
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first time it’s perfect
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burning yes came with the flood then
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Jesus came with his kirpan direct we’re
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getting a bigger boat and but yes as he
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said they love him like he’s the second
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coming of God as opposed to the Messiah
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or Jesus or anything else to me that
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means Wayne Allyn root believes that God
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left oh so we now Andrew actually
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considers himself a he has described
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himself he’s a little bit all over the
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place but he is describing himself as a
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Jew who has become an evangelical
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Christian but he’s also still a Jew that
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makes sense actually for Wayne Allen it
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does because he’s a libertarian and also
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a Republican but also a libertarian but
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also a Republican and he’s he’s a Jew
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but a Christian but a Jew but neither a
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angelical Christian but a Jew yeah
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gotcha
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okay well yeah so that we clear that up
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so I just want to talk briefly about
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because I am Jewish and an anarchist and
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I have MS I’m a pescetarian
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the the thing about it’s tough making
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sure the smile gets above the fold there
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I got up it’s very difficult when we’re
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trying to promote Chris Reynolds or any
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lock in it yeah personal injury attorney
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Chris Reynolds attorney at lost like do
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this the whole time like hey guys
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so so Mallette scut get well if I if I
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if I actually sit comfortably it looks
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like it’s looks like it says Chris
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Reynolds muddy water studios it might as
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well be like may as well be I’m fine for
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that obviously Chris Reynolds muddy
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waters to ID if you want us to do this
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with a your gear just a donuts
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this is fun yeah donate shirts and
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clothing and and honestly anything
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toothpaste shampoo like I mean we’ll
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take your toiletries and your and your
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clothing and use them on the show no
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that’s not my question
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I will absolutely brush my teeth with
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your branded toothpaste speaking to you
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Chris like I think crushed um this is
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gonna be a fun episode for our podcast
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listeners by the way guys this is
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definitely one you’ll want to check out
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on YouTube after you listen to the
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entirety of the podcast you’ll want to
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check this one out on YouTube because
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we’re a lot of visual jokes a lot
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there’s a lot of visuals happening here
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that don’t translate well but yeah so I
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like that we’re having a serious
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conversation about cutting aid to Israel
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and everywhere
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– for that matter like Ron Paul I think
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this was his quote I don’t maybe he took
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this from someone else but he said
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foreign aid is when rich people take
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money from poor people in this country
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to give to rich people in another
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country and that’s that is what it is
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like they’re giving it to people in
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power in these governments who then use
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it however the hell they want to and
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Israel has a booming economy a very
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developed their very developed
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economically in every sector there’s no
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reason for them to need there’s no
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reason for any country to need foreign
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aid there’s definitely no country reason
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for Israel a country with a per capita
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GDP at the higher end of most European
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countries to be getting billions of
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dollars a year
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no absolutely there’s no reason for it
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and if iliyan Omar and and the other one
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receiveth lab or anti-semites okay then
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they’re anti-semites I don’t believe I
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refuse to believe that about my own hand
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now well I mean they’re not anti-semites
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because so much is the entire area of
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people well that’s another thing yeah I
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mean exactly and I mean look look at how
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Semitic I am right right so but
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anti-jewish whatever if if they’re if
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they’re anti Chu okay they’re anti dude
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that doesn’t mean that we should
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continue giving money to foreign
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countries anyone but especially to very
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wealthy foreign countries there’s no
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reason for it and so if that makes me
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dislike cuz I’m not voting Democrat but
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I’m also not voting Republican I also I
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mean let’s distill this for a moment
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Donald Trump is telling us that Jewish
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people my people your people crit Chris
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Reynolds I don’t think he’s not Jewish
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but he is an attorney and Creek so the
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our people that the oh I should have put
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parentheses around Chris Reynolds fate
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anyway um
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it would have been too I would I’m not
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good with scissors don’t worry job now
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Chris Reynolds face thank you
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I haven’t cut out something since
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probably like seventh grade I’m very
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proud of this this was first try that’s
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really yeah that’s really my even got
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the chin and everything I think I did a
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great job so thank you for recognizing
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that Matt um Trump is telling us that if
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you don’t if you don’t vote basically if
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you don’t vote for him then you are
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showing disloyalty to a foreign country
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that was founded largely by Marxists
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yeah so vote wisely friend that’s right
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love you to some apparently I have a
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child now it’s a long story don’t ask
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named I have to I have to see what Corey
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you keep talking okay but yeah that the
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fact that every many Republicans believe
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that we need to give aid to Israel and
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they’re like yeah it’s because that’s
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what that’s what Jesus would have wanted
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Jesus would have wanted us to give aid
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to Israel and you know actuality if
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that’s the case then he probably
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wouldn’t want Israel doing state funded
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abortions there’s probably a few things
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he wouldn’t want his rayul doing murder
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I can see this guy looking like your son
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yeah I can
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see it I mean he’s wearing a straw hat
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so you know right yeah he works out in
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the Sun all day one ah they wants to
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keep a youthful glow about him like his
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old man but yeah I mean you got to write
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you definitely got to Matt but yes so I
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I mean this is all the the same nonsense
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back and forth about Israel Jewish
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people by the way here’s an interesting
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thought Jewish people make up I think
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like 4 percent of the u.s. population
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something like that I mean it very very
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like we are not a you know I see them
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why you know people try to get
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working-class whites because they make
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up a huge section of the population or
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baby boomers or even the black vote
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because the you know they’re sore the
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Hispanic vote because they’re a large
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voting bloc that can sway an election
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that tends to vote you know it tends to
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grow vote almost like as a group with
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some outliers Jews there’s a few million
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of us here we vote about 60/40 between
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the two or three that you know two to
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one to three to one Democrat to
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Republican if we vote we tend to make
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our own choices as to why we’re voting
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III don’t I think it has more to do with
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signaling to people Christian
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evangelical Christians and people who
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like Jews more so than actual Jews
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themselves because even if you go oh
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well Jews Jews have money
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so do Indian Americans and there’s
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almost as many meaning from India and
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there’s almost as many Indian Americans
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here as Jewish Americans and we never
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hear about them well the reason that we
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don’t never hear about Indian Americans
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as we do as Jewish Americans is because
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there wasn’t a very long book written
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about the plight that so many people
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take to as gospel
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there there was it’s just Christians
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don’t believe that book they don’t they
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don’t believe the bug-out Vienna so it
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actually do they have their own book too
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and everything is actually a pretty
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pretty close comparison the only
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difference is that there’s like a
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billion of them in their home country
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and you know we got like seven million
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but it’s a I think I really has more to
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do with signaling to evangelical
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Christians we support Israel because
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when I tell an evangelical Christian
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that I’m Jewish I’m told one of two
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things usually oh wow my savior is a Jew
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or I love Israel
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to which I say oh really you ever been
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I’ve never been and they just kind of
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look at me and I start talking about
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whatever I was talking about before they
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said that because I get it we’re
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supposed use are supposed to have a tie
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to our homeland right not just because
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most people have a tie to their homeland
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but religiously our religion is built
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around that we were given this piece of
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property and told how to live and then
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we kept not doing that and getting
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kicked out of it and so you know we’re
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you know getting getting beat up there
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and and and you know being punished for
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it and then we get exiled and now we
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finally get to go back after a millennia
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of being abused around the world okay
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Israel in its current iteration is a
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neo-marxist turned a neoliberal state it
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is entirely secular they have had it
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they have added Judaica to there you
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know to there you know badges and and
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and crests and symbols and so forth to
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try to drive home the judaism part but
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there’s no reference to god in any of
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the founding documents there is a vague
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reference to the rock of israel that was
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added by a rabbi who essentially misled
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all of the marxist and told them oh yeah
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this means the jewish indomitable spirit
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because none of them had read the Tanakh
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and didn’t know he was that the rock of
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israel means god this
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isn’t a religious Jewish state this is
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not the the the the events that are
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gonna lead to the coming of Messiah like
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it’s a secular state that was carved out
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by Gentiles for Jews because of bad
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stuff that had happened and it was
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carved out of in many cases the private
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property of people that had lived there
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for quite a while and now they’re mad
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about it I’m simplifying it slightly but
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this is not I’m sorry go ahead
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I was gonna say it simplified a little
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bit lately
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yeah that’s that’s like the CliffsNotes
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of that entire battle but that’s the
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TLDR of like 2,000 years of it no more
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than that for 5000 years of history the
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point is that in my mind anyway and most
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Jews would disagree with me most
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religious Jews would disagree with me I
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have no I feel no need as a Jew to feel
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any particular tie to this secular
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neoliberal state which is essentially a
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protectorate territory of the u.s. I
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don’t so if that makes me disloyal to
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Israel then I guess I’m also destroying
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disloyal to Cambodia Jordan Russia
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whatever like I’m there are many foreign
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States I’m not loyal to yeah pretty much
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all of them I’m not particularly well
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we’ll do this one night you said foreign
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States oh yeah no I I I’m not so I mean
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I so that’s what that is
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speaking of going I had a dog I had a
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Segway that I’d was like I can’t even
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say that
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speaking of Jews in predicaments the
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Epstein autopsy came back guys and we
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can all rest easy
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it was definitely suicide
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in no way was this murder it was totally
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suicide doesn’t matter that they were
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inconsistency like a lot of them that
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doesn’t hurt her that’s right the Emmy
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said it was suicide that’s the final
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word nobody shoots for any other news
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about it other than the fact that it was
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suicide it’s literally just suicide only
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suicide he was in a he was in suicide
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watch and then they decided to take him
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out of it they put him in a Cell
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go ahead yeah just took him off a
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suicide watch there yeah he tried to
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kill himself two weeks ago allegedly you
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tried to kill himself two weeks ago
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let’s just she comes back he’s good he’s
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the highest value asset that we have
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that the federal government has in terms
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of like suspects of something and in
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terms of just the amount of information
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he had on very high-profile people
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around the world let’s put him back to
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not he’s definitely not gonna kill
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himself now and he he is a man of finer
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taste – you know his predilection for
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children but finer taste you get some
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nicest things let’s not give him the
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paper sheets we give people when they’re
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in this high max security prison let’s
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give him the full fledge sheets the ones
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that don’t rip at the body weight of a
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full-grown male which is what you would
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give people in prison right let’s give
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him some real high quality paper give
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him something that won’t rip it you know
31:06
the weight of 250 pounds or whatever he
31:10
is
31:10
so let’s completely ignore because it is
31:14
suicide let’s completely ignore the fact
31:16
that he had bones broken in his neck
31:18
that tend to only break during being
31:20
strangled by someone that’s right that
31:23
doesn’t definitely ignore that
31:24
definitely ignore the fact that when he
31:29
was speaking with his lawyers and with
31:30
other visitors only a day before they
31:34
all said he was in high spirits and was
31:36
looking forward to the
31:37
trial that doesn’t matter that doesn’t
31:41
matter the Emmy said it was suicide what
31:45
is an Emmy medical examiner ah
31:48
Oh in the medical examiner by the way
31:51
michael baden baden baden it’s one of
31:55
those two I’m not sure that’s one of
31:58
those speaking of another Jew in a
31:59
predicament Michael Baden
32:00
uh who also was the autopsy chief
32:05
medical examiner autopsy person for JFK
32:09
and Martin Luther King jr. and yeah
32:14
there was somebody else in there too
32:17
I can’t remember who the other one is
32:18
but he was JFK Martin Luther King jr.
32:20
somebody else and Epstein and I was like
32:23
that is that is quite quite the list
32:27
that James wife
32:29
I mean he’s like the Gloria Allred of
32:34
Medical Examiner’s another Jew Oh
32:38
I mean public animus Michael Baden guys
32:44
let me tell you something that Michael
32:46
Baden doesn’t vote for Trump this year
32:48
he is showing a real disloyalty Israel
32:57
definitely got a gun I think about that
32:59
dr. Baden um let’s forget the fact let’s
33:02
ignore it because mr. it’s best Baden
33:06
said so let’s ignore the fact that mr.
33:10
Epstein signed his will
33:11
the day before killing himself that’s
33:14
right yep forget that forget that he
33:18
also has a diary of all the people who
33:21
went with him on these little pet
33:22
aventures definitely ignore that I
33:25
definitely like waned Peto ventures in
33:28
that by the way I hope you did I hope I
33:30
did because I was really proud of
33:32
petting I’m sure I’m ready to start
33:34
filing copyright claims on other people
33:36
so let’s let’s definitely let’s say that
33:40
clearly so they can pick the pedo pedo
33:42
ventures pedo pedo ventures this is
33:46
first use first years pedo mentor
33:51
copyright 2019 muddy waters media now
33:57
the good news here of course is that
34:00
Prince Andrew of the UK has said he is
34:02
appalled at what the News has reported
34:05
about Epstein yep the exact quote that
34:08
he said was well that the palace tonight
34:11
because Prince Andrew not talking to the
34:13
media about this yeah
34:15
but the palace came out and said His
34:17
Royal Highness deplores the exploitation
34:21
of any human being and the suggestion he
34:23
would condone participate in or
34:25
encourage any such behavior is abhorrent
34:28
which is the most British way to put
34:32
that that’s the most British way to say
34:34
I undo it I won me I didn’t do it there
34:41
there’s a British version of this shaggy
34:43
song it wasn’t me and it goes his royal
34:46
highness deploys that I’m not gonna try
34:48
to say um now Prince Andrew can’t really
34:55
explain who the girl is in the video
34:56
were Epstein and an unidentified young
34:58
girl are leaving Epstein’s house in
35:00
Prince Andrew is I guess that the is it
35:03
he’s at the door yeah he’s in the
35:05
doorway he this video is so stupid he’s
35:10
in the door like he’s standing at the
35:13
front door that’s across the street from
35:15
Bill Cosby and hidden Epstein is outside
35:21
with this young lady girl I don’t know a
35:26
girl child teen teenyboppers he was a
35:31
teenager she was definitely a teenager
35:33
of what age I can’t really say because
35:38
she wasn’t identified but he’s he’s in
35:40
the doorway Epstein’s like a man yeah
35:42
I’ll see you I’ll see you later and he’s
35:43
just like any waves to both of them the
35:45
girl turns around waves back and says
35:47
something you can’t hear anything and
35:48
then he looks I’m about to be raped
35:50
right he looks around all creepily and
35:53
then shuts the door like I hope nobody
35:55
saw me doing this and can’t say who that
35:59
is can’t tell well I don’t remember this
36:01
well you’re in the video you’re waving
36:03
goodbye to her mmm don’t remember this
36:05
oh he’s got a laugh I went on he’s got a
36:07
lot going on and I don’t know if you
36:09
know or not I’m the Prince like there’s
36:12
stuff that I do it never goes like no I
36:14
didn’t know your name until this there’s
36:18
Charles and there’s you and you have sex
36:20
with teenagers apparently I literally
36:22
had to look up who Prince Andrew was I
36:24
assumed it was the UK but I know they
36:26
have like Monaco and stuff like that
36:28
that they still have royalty so I looked
36:30
it up and like wow okay
36:31
my only association with you is
36:33
pedophilia now for the rest of my life
36:36
Kristen Gillibrand only association I’m
36:40
ever gonna have with Kristen Gillibrand
36:42
is that her dad was the lawyer for a sex
36:44
cult followers at home yeah if whenever
36:47
you think of Kristen Gillibrand you
36:51
don’t even have to know who that is but
36:52
when you think of her when you think of
36:54
that name think of the fact that her
36:56
father helped protect a pedophilia cult
36:59
the nexium
37:01
the neck knicks ‘i’m cult build and
37:05
smelled phonics IVM nexium the nexium
37:08
pedophilia sex cult he was there a
37:11
lawyer and potentially helped groom
37:14
people Kirsten Gillibrand so the good
37:18
news guys is that Prince Andrew says he
37:20
definitely did not have sex with
37:22
Virginia guru free three times
37:26
definitely didn’t happen three times
37:28
when she was under the age of 18
37:30
definitely did not have sex with three
37:34
times three times do not do that I
37:36
believe it was the on the court records
37:40
that became unsealed the day before he
37:42
killed himself miraculously and the most
37:46
well time suicide of all time I believe
37:52
that it was her testimony calling out
37:55
Prince Andrew but he didn’t do that
38:00
three times
38:00
no he didn’t do that that’s a that’s a
38:03
that’s a witch-hunt
38:05
that’s a limey hunt he didn’t do that
38:07
even the third time Wow so that’s good
38:10
news I’m glad that we can put that
38:12
particular chapter behind us of American
38:17
pedophilia behind this
38:19
we’re of Anglosphere ik pedophilia also
38:23
also cross the english-speaking world
38:25
pedophilia the the cross Atlantic the
38:30
clinic the transatlantic pedophilia cult
38:37
of billionaires
38:37
which sounds creepily similar to
38:40
something Alex Jones was telling us for
38:41
like ten years it’s good thing he’s off
38:46
the internet um he was on Crowder the
38:50
other day was he really talking about
38:52
Epstein
38:53
well that’s appropriate yeah that is
38:57
appropriate let’s see let’s see what our
38:59
fans
39:01
Andrew dicker says epsy may have killed
39:03
himself most likely not the bone
39:05
evaluation could go either way
39:06
but the roads all lead to Georgia there
39:09
are too many coincidences as we know but
39:11
who do you think is capable of this
39:12
level of attention and who else stands
39:14
to lose from this trial mysterious
39:17
billionaire yadda yadda or things we
39:18
know but what steps are realistic to
39:20
bring these things to light from the
39:21
public from the masses Andrew I gotta
39:24
tell you first of all I don’t know who
39:25
Georgia is but second I was like is he
39:30
talking about the state the country or
39:32
somebody I don’t know that’s probably
39:33
like a phrase and I’m just not worldly
39:35
enough to know it he’s either so oh yeah
39:38
there you go Georgia Irish but yeah what
39:43
what can be done nothing okay all right
39:47
this is actually my second show of the
39:48
day I pre-recorded a show for later in
39:51
this week today and we talked about this
39:52
very briefly and I always say oh it’s
39:58
from a song thank you know and we were
40:01
told we were talking about we were
40:03
talking about the obscene thing I
40:05
totally got the railed with me he said
40:06
it was from a song we were talking about
40:10
Epstein there’s nothing we can do about
40:12
it right committed suicide he committed
40:15
suicide there’s nothing we can do about
40:17
it more people are oh that’s what it was
40:19
I saw I saw a meme that I’m going to
40:24
take his just being truth cuz I like I
40:28
don’t know if there was an actual study
40:29
done on this but I take it as
40:32
that 22% of all Americans believe the
40:37
Epstein autopsy is legit and 26% of all
40:43
Americans think that gas station sushi
40:45
won’t hurt them really I don’t know if
40:50
it’s real or not like somebody could’ve
40:51
just made that but I take it as a
40:53
hundred percent truth that more people
40:55
believe in gas station sushi
40:58
okay then the Epstein autopsy being
41:02
legit if it’s from sheets or Wawa
41:07
I’d probably trust it actually no not
41:12
sushi not sushi yeah I have trouble with
41:15
like regular grocery store sushi but I’m
41:21
definitely not getting it from a gas
41:22
station even if it’s sheets or Wawa well
41:25
guys if you’re in Florida and and you
41:27
get hurt by some gas station sushi you
41:30
definitely want to contact personal
41:32
injury attorney Chris Reynolds attorney
41:33
at law this guy right here this guy
41:39
right here he will he will make sure he
41:44
will make sure everything is okay bass
41:46
says 40% of all billionaires in the USA
41:49
are Jewish despite making up only 2% of
41:52
the population I don’t know I’m sure
41:54
that’s that could be true that could be
41:57
true that could be true but so that the
42:02
appealing pandering to Jews in the
42:06
political sphere it’s the money and it’s
42:10
the evangelicals like that those two and
42:13
boomers in general boomers in general
42:15
are like they were raised on the whole
42:16
angelical and the Boomers and it is the
42:18
money I mean ultimately you need their
42:21
votes right and and boomers because
42:24
because you’re right more Jewish people
42:26
tend to vote Democrat than they vote
42:28
Republican so it’s not that they’re
42:31
going for the money they’re going for
42:32
the evangelicals and the boomers that’s
42:34
a good point yeah I mean there’s not for
42:36
most Jews are not politically like me
42:40
but in terms of their connection to
42:41
Israel especially
42:44
more secular you know non-religious
42:48
especially liberal Jew they don’t really
42:51
I mean there are there liberal Jews that
42:52
are all about Israel yeah are there a
42:54
lot that especially my age and younger
42:56
that don’t particularly care yeah I mean
43:00
it’s it’s true it’s a play to
43:02
evangelicals and boomers boomers are
43:05
like warriors for Israel and Jews
43:09
understandably so they were raised on
43:11
you know seeing what happened with the
43:12
Holocaust and that the struggles and
43:14
everything that happened as a result of
43:15
that that’s not a reason to support a
43:19
foreign I won’t call it an ethnos state
43:23
just because they have such a large
43:25
minority of of people who are not Jewish
43:29
but they definitely are they’re they’re
43:33
not an ethnos state they’re a Jewish
43:34
flavored secular neoliberal state and
43:39
they add little bits of Judaica to kind
43:42
of make it look jewy but I mean they’re
43:44
they’re like any other proto European
43:47
country they are what they are um
43:52
oh it’s Ray Charles all roads lead to
43:55
Georgia that old chestnut it’s got to be
43:59
Georgia on my mind oh well he might he
44:02
might have also written all sorts of
44:04
Georgia theme songs because he’s from
44:07
there he was banned from Georgia
44:11
any from Georgia oh I haven’t seen rain
44:18
along time but he got banned from
44:19
Georgia because he refused to play a
44:20
show there once because of segregation
44:25
it wasn’t yeah there was segregation
44:28
yeah it was because of segregation you
44:32
refused to play a show until they
44:33
desegregated their schools and Georgia
44:35
said you will never play here again and
44:36
he was banned from Georgia too like the
44:38
eighties when they finally reversed it
44:40
they’re like yeah this is kind of dumb
44:42
that he’s still not allowed to play and
44:43
then they also now that they have like a
44:45
Ray Charles day which is it
44:48
that’s a reversal speaking of reversals
44:51
some Republicans out there that want you
44:55
to know that they are not happy about
44:57
guns
44:58
now suddenly they’ve already been
45:01
elected actually Peking who we’re about
45:04
to talk about this isn’t really a
45:06
reversal for Pete King Pete Kings got a
45:09
long history of being anti Second
45:15
Amendment for his people the people who
45:19
vote him in because he has not that well
45:23
I’m gonna get that later but not that
45:25
this will come as a shock or not that
45:27
the NRA is anything to write home about
45:29
for being Pro Second Amendment but he
45:33
gets an F from them so that shows you
45:36
exactly where he stands on the Second
45:39
Amendment yeah if you get an F rating
45:41
from the NRA you really don’t like guns
45:45
I believe Bernie Sanders has a D so
45:49
Bernie Sanders oddly enough
45:51
he’s from well he’s from Brooklyn but he
45:54
represent Vermont up until recently
45:56
Vermont was one of the most pro-gun
45:58
states in the Union and he came from
46:01
that you got a toe the pro-gun line if
46:04
you want to keep getting votes from
46:05
Vermonters that has changed over time as
46:08
it’s basically all the other New Yorkers
46:10
have also moved to Vermont to join
46:13
Bernie but um I have a lot of family in
46:16
Vermont so I I have watched things
46:19
changed there a lot um it’s it’s it’s
46:22
New York in the woods now up in the
46:24
mountains whereas it was not before but
46:27
yeah so he introduces a bill that makes
46:30
it a crime to Peter King Pete King makes
46:33
it a crime to he so no he did not sorry
46:36
I shouldn’t put any more notes he did
46:37
not introduce the bill he signed on to
46:39
the ball okay so he was the first
46:40
Republican to sign on to the assault
46:43
weapons ban which makes it a crime to
46:47
knowingly import sell transfer or
46:50
possess a semi-automatic assault weapon
46:53
or large capacity ammunition feeding
46:56
device which i think is probably
46:58
anything over like 10 rounds usually
47:01
they call high-capacity right even
47:04
though that’s standard capacity yeah
47:06
when asked about it
47:08
PPD PD King said
47:12
they are weapons of mass slaughter I
47:14
don’t see any need for them in everyday
47:17
society I think the assault weapons ban
47:19
is timely now especially in the view of
47:22
the shootings in El Paso and date yep
47:27
and of course he’s been joined not on
47:29
assault weapons bans but he’s been
47:31
joined on the gun control front by many
47:34
other Republicans like Dan Crenshaw Rand
47:36
Paul and Ted Cruz who are pushing for
47:41
red flag laws which are arguably worse
47:45
than actual gun bans so a gun ban is the
47:49
government says you can’t buy this gun
47:51
anymore usually it says if you’ve got
47:56
the gun oh well you got the gun not
47:58
always but usually it does and if and if
48:00
you can’t have the gun that’s usually
48:02
like so please turn it in but they’re
48:03
not really actively looking for people
48:05
that that already own these my best
48:06
guess is that any assault weapon ban if
48:08
it were passed would grandfather an
48:10
existing ones at least for now a red
48:13
flag law is essentially any person who
48:17
dislikes you can call the police and say
48:20
that you’re acting as a threat to others
48:23
the police will secretly go to a judge
48:25
without you having a chance to defend
48:26
yourself or even know what’s happening
48:28
and get a red flag warrant which is
48:31
about the easiest thing on earth to get
48:33
then they come to your house usually
48:35
early early in the morning and either
48:37
knock on the door or in some states
48:39
break into your house and tell you to
48:41
give up all of your weapons
48:43
not just your assault weapons your if
48:46
you got a revolver you got a flintlock
48:49
pistol that you got that’s a historical
48:51
item got any big knives I’m gonna take
48:53
those from you brass knuckles Tasers
48:56
they want it all and if you react the
48:58
way most people would react to police to
49:00
someone bursting into their house at
49:02
5:00 in the morning not really knowing
49:04
who it is they’ll kill you with their
49:06
large capacity semi-automatic assault
49:08
rifles so that’s what a red flag law is
49:12
so when a Republican says well I’m not
49:15
in favor of banning guns I just think
49:18
the police should murder you for having
49:20
them that was the story God when they
49:26
I post that I kind of wish that I know
49:29
about that one I don’t remember who I
49:33
stole that from because that would make
49:34
it a lot easier you keep talking I’m
49:39
gonna fun well Matt’s looking for that
49:40
guy’s if if the police ever do burst in
49:42
your house and murder one of your loved
49:45
ones I am certain that personal injury
49:47
attorney Chris Reynolds attorney at law
49:49
if you’re in Florida anyway can help you
49:52
I don’t know about that he could at
49:55
least refer you to someone you can at
49:57
least refer you to somebody he could
49:59
definitely refer you to somebody I’m not
50:01
sure if that is his uh his forte this
50:04
forte which I also found out that’s not
50:07
how you pronounce that there it is Eric
50:09
breaky Eric breeki from Maine yeah he
50:14
wrote a great post the other day in a
50:16
knock knock knock it’s 5:00 a.m. and you
50:18
are awakened by a loud knock on your
50:20
door that was unnecessary would the
50:22
knock knock knock at the beginning Eric
50:23
but I still love you anyway you’re a
50:25
great guy you grab your firearm and see
50:29
what’s going on government agents are
50:32
there with a red flag order to seize
50:33
your firearms but you’ve done nothing
50:35
wrong you haven’t broken any laws so how
50:37
could this be
50:37
and you think Ramon why should I comply
50:40
with this clearly unconstitutional the
50:42
man still groggy and confused you are
50:45
shocked as they try to force their way
50:47
into home into your home so you resist
50:49
and you are shot dead in your doorway
50:50
your name is Gary Willis you live in
50:53
Glen Burnie Maryland or anywhere else
50:56
that has red flag loss that’s not how
50:58
that ended but that is what happens that
51:00
is going to happen to literal thousands
51:06
of people who have never broken the law
51:09
but because somebody said they need they
51:15
need to turn in their weapons that is
51:18
going to happen cops are gonna die
51:22
people are gonna die I did not mean to
51:28
have that come off the way that they
51:29
came off human beings cops are gonna die
51:33
human beings are gonna die
51:41
cops are gonna die you citizens are
51:46
going to die regular citizens are going
51:49
to die and people everywhere are going
51:52
to defend these red flag laws because
51:55
they feel as though this is what we need
51:58
to do in order to protect them you are
52:00
turning it for all of your Republicans
52:02
supporting this for all of your
52:04
Republicans supporting this you are
52:05
turning your back on every veteran that
52:08
you sent off to a war that we should not
52:11
have been involved in yep absolutely all
52:14
of them are coming back with some sort
52:15
of PTSD or some sort of mental disorder
52:18
that now make it incapable for them to
52:20
carry and protect their second Amendment
52:22
rights the rights that they allegedly
52:25
fought for over in the sand against
52:27
brown people that apparently kept our
52:29
freedoms from us well apparently the
52:32
Taliban still has that particular
52:34
freedom guys because we’re still getting
52:36
killed over here for you know having
52:38
people dislike us and possibly owning
52:40
weapons which I don’t I don’t and I’ll
52:43
never go on a boat again I’ll tell you
52:44
that much and top fan top fan Sarah and
52:50
reg says what happens when a police
52:52
officer gets red flagged will they get
52:54
taken off the job on top of their
52:55
weapons being taken and to sarah and reg
52:58
i say probably not probably not probably
53:03
not probably not I mean we do know
53:06
multiple studies Chris Reynolds just
53:08
tuned in by the way yeah I know I texted
53:10
him oh good because I messaged him too
53:15
cuz this is the Chris of course you just
53:18
tuned in this is the Chris Reynolds
53:19
attorney-at-law episode of muddy waters
53:22
of freedom that’s right Chris Reynolds
53:25
attorney at law official t-shirt and the
53:28
Chris Reynolds decide the Chris Reynolds
53:31
attorney at law semi-official t-shirt my
53:34
official should be official this should
53:36
be an official t-shirt Chris have you
53:37
sold a shirt like this I’d buy one for
53:39
every member of my family we if you give
53:42
us permission we will sell them on the
53:43
muddy waters a free store yes if we
53:48
absolutely this guy’s this will be if
53:51
Chris Reynolds allows this will be a ha
53:53
we will share the profits of it with not
53:58
even a question I I’ll be the first
54:01
person to buy one in Ashe medium and so
54:06
in Ashe medium so yeah no I I don’t I
54:08
don’t know I’ve seen the the means that
54:10
are like yeah you know we should start
54:13
reporting politicians and and and cops
54:17
cops have a 40 percent domestic abuse
54:19
rate and there’s still cops so I don’t
54:24
think that’s gonna I don’t think it’s
54:27
gonna work III think we sometimes get
54:30
caught up and we see this a lot where
54:33
people we get so caught up in thinking
54:37
well the law says this so we’re gonna
54:39
use the law to our advantage and if you
54:42
can do that I mean there are many a
54:43
defense attorneys that you know work
54:46
hard to do that but the reality is
54:47
politicians and police often ignore the
54:50
law because who’s gonna stop them and
54:54
they stand up for one another and
54:55
protect them from the law yeah yeah the
54:59
thin blue line is actually a barricade
55:00
where they circle the rag wagons around
55:03
their own when one of them is accused of
55:06
wrongdoing we’ve seen the videos a a cop
55:09
is clearly assaulting a human being and
55:12
another cop comes up and is a good cop
55:15
but they just kind of stop that other
55:17
cop from doing it well that’s not what
55:19
they’re supposed to do because if they
55:21
saw me assaulting someone dat arrest me
55:23
right but they’re not going to do that
55:26
to their their friend and their body so
55:29
Chris Reynolds just comedy said spike
55:31
cops beat their spouses no actually that
55:33
comes from a survey from cops yeah no
55:39
I’m just quoting the survey that was
55:40
actually a commissioned study study
55:43
where they asked 340 different police
55:47
officers if they’ve ever beaten their
55:50
wives and it was between severe it was
55:53
minor and severe and the minor was
55:56
anything with a closed fist slapping
55:59
kicking where severe was beating them
56:03
which I’m not really sure where the
56:04
differentiation was between those two
56:06
right
56:07
what the severe was beating them choking
56:09
them throwing them in something else I
56:14
don’t remember what the other one was
56:14
stabbing him like I mean my god oh yeah
56:17
and it may have been something like the
56:19
threatening with a gun something along
56:22
those lines so what they do for a living
56:23
um so they so yeah I was it was it was I
56:27
think just over 40% that that did that
56:30
and that was so for ported yep anonymous
56:38
answers yeah what about the ones who
56:40
said no but they did right the ones that
56:45
lied the ones that lied so that forties
56:48
the floor basically so yeah no I don’t I
56:52
don’t see that working um so yeah so
56:55
that’s that’s what’s been going on with
56:58
with our friends in the Republican Party
57:00
so I want to talk about that I have a
57:02
lot of respect for Eric breaky I want to
57:04
talk about the unconstitutional thing
57:05
because I of course oh right
57:10
it’s my shtick like this is my thing um
57:13
I talked about this on my show last
57:19
night with TJ Roberts which by the way
57:22
can fantastic episode just the side note
57:27
there but so I talked with TJ and we
57:29
talked about the fact that let’s say
57:31
something’s unconstitutional okay
57:34
something is unconstitutional still kill
57:41
you over it or take your weapons over it
57:45
and make you comply you’ll still be on
57:47
your record you’ll still have to go to
57:50
court and fight to get your your weapons
57:51
back you’ll still be presumed guilty
57:54
which is a violation of we talked about
57:56
red flag laws are a violation not just
57:58
of the Second Amendment but of the
58:00
Fourth Amendment of whichever Amendment
58:03
is the right to a speedy trial because
58:05
you know there’s gonna be a backlog on
58:06
red red flag cases um at least five or
58:11
six amendments as clearly written are
58:13
being violated and you could argue that
58:15
the First Amendment’s being violated too
58:17
because you’re often having this happen
58:18
because you said something to someone
58:19
that they
58:20
didn’t like but even if you don’t want
58:23
to say that one at least for at least
58:25
five or six other ones are being
58:26
violated that’s like at least half of
58:30
the Bill of Rights quote-unquote that is
58:33
being violated okay now what unless you
58:38
can get pollen us enough political will
58:41
to get politicians to repeal these laws
58:44
or to not pass them in the first place
58:46
it doesn’t matter what the sheet of
58:47
paper says so Lysander Spooner once said
58:51
and I’m paraphrasing here whether the
58:53
Constitution is was designed to create
58:57
the overbearing and ever increasingly
59:00
infringing government that we have or
59:02
whether it’s powerless to stop it it
59:05
kind of makes it unfit to exist or at
59:09
least for us to to lean on and say well
59:11
this is unconstitutional okay great
59:13
that’s like a cop speeding by you and
59:17
you pull up next to him and you go hey
59:19
you’re speeding and that’s against the
59:22
law and then they pull you over for
59:25
going the same speed as them that is the
59:28
equivalent of telling the police that
59:29
something is unconstitutional
59:31
they do not care years ago years ago I
59:34
got pulled over for my for not using my
59:40
blinker okay I’m certain that’s not why
59:43
he pulled me over I’m certain he thought
59:45
that I had drugs in the car right and he
59:50
so he pulled me over and he was like you
59:52
didn’t use your blinker back there and I
59:54
don’t know about you but I have to use
59:56
my blinker cuz it’s the law and I said
60:01
oh I thought I did and like the next day
60:11
I saw a cop make a left-hand turn no
60:14
blinker and I wanted to chase him down
60:17
and my friend in the car convinced me
60:20
not to because we had drugs this is a
60:29
bad idea
60:29
don’t do that I didn’t have drugs in the
60:32
card the first time I
60:33
the second time Chris Reynolds asked do
60:37
libertarians even care about the
60:40
Constitution – Chris Reynolds yes
60:45
libertarians care about the Constitution
60:47
most of them believe in the Constitution
60:49
they think that the Constitution should
60:51
be the only especially the Bill of
60:54
Rights should be the only ten laws there
60:56
are and that the laws should dictate how
60:58
the government acts and not put any
61:01
restrictions on the people right yeah
61:03
you’ve got so there are different types
61:05
of libertarians you’ve got your men
61:06
artists and your anarchists basically
61:09
and the men are kiss believe that a a
61:13
minimal government is needed to protect
61:15
everyone’s basically protect everyone’s
61:18
property rights and to protect their
61:20
their their the property and that’s
61:21
about it not even it really try to do
61:23
much else
61:24
um and that that is necessary anarchists
61:27
believe that any existence of government
61:31
requires infringing on people’s property
61:33
rights through taxation through laws and
61:35
things like that and that therefore it’s
61:37
unable to protect something our rights
61:41
if its existence is a violation in the
61:44
first place um so it’s it’s it’s a it’s
61:47
and then there’s an even more fun group
61:50
of men arcus who don’t like the
61:52
Constitution they like the Articles of
61:54
Confederation that the Constitution
61:55
replaced which they say was an actual
61:58
attempt at limiting government my
61:59
argument to that is and look what
62:01
happened to it
62:02
they got rid of it the first time they
62:03
felt like it is it’s a sheet of paper
62:10
um yeah Joe John Liberty said I’ll buy a
62:15
shirt that says cops have a 40 percent
62:16
domestic abuse rate and they’re cops
62:19
with spikes face that’s probably gonna
62:21
be on the aisle probably on there I’ll
62:25
make it tonight Chris Reynolds says if
62:28
you wear a bootleg Chris Reynolds law
62:29
shirt you definitely won’t get pulled
62:31
over that’s true you might get pulled
62:35
over but you got a better chance of
62:37
getting off officer what could possibly
62:39
be the problem I have a Chris Reynolds
62:43
attorney at law sure done drugs of
62:46
course not I would never do drugs I’m
62:50
wearing Chris Reynolds local sporting a
62:53
beautiful Chris Reynolds shirt that I
62:57
made I meet I don’t do drugs I get high
63:00
on my hobbies like making Chris Reynolds
63:02
shirts yeah that’s right so real quick
63:07
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63:12
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63:16
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63:20
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63:22
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63:23
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63:25
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63:28
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64:45
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64:54
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65:00
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65:02
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65:03
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65:05
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68:15
the AOC Millenial one of the more
68:20
interesting stories recently that I’ve
68:21
seen is where Jay Z has partnered with
68:26
the NFL to essentially discuss help with
68:32
cultural issues
68:34
issues regarding race and many people
68:38
are super pissed off about this calling
68:41
jay-z a sellout Uncle Tom you name it on
68:45
all that kind of stuff and you know this
68:48
has been one of the more interesting
68:49
things in the last few years that I
68:52
found where we have the private sector
68:55
in the public sector kind of coming
68:57
together and trying to figure out a way
68:58
to work and it just it never seems to go
69:02
away so I love the guys thoughts on
69:05
Kaepernick’s and this move by jay-z and
69:07
you know any other thoughts on this
69:09
issue do you have anything before it I
69:14
have some okay so if God so many people
69:19
are gonna get mad at me about this one
69:20
um all right so if you don’t stand for
69:26
this special song the magical sky cloth
69:29
will get mad that’s just a known fact
69:33
that flag died for your freedom that’s
69:36
right that flag which the flag died for
69:40
the freedom and you know when you don’t
69:42
stand to do the Pledge of Allegiance
69:43
that was written by a socialist in order
69:45
to get kids more used to being to pledge
69:52
their allegiance to their country as
69:53
opposed to anything else but anyway so
69:55
let’s uh let’s talk about Kaepernick
69:57
right that’s Kaepernick have the right
70:00
to kneel at the special song yes
70:04
Kaepernick has the right to do it but
70:07
when you’re employed by the San
70:08
Francisco 49ers or anybody else and they
70:12
tell you to stand
70:13
they are your employers so if they say
70:17
stand you stand up or you lose your job
70:23
do I think he has a right to do it
70:25
absolutely do do his employers have the
70:28
right to say you have to stand for that
70:32
portion yes they do and if they say if
70:36
you don’t keep standing we’re gonna fire
70:38
you yeah what what are you in here okay
70:45
situation
70:47
wife was trying to be quiet and it just
70:49
became so much louder and then the dog
70:51
came in and it’s just there’s the whole
70:52
thing happening here yes if you if you
70:55
don’t if you don’t stand for the sky
70:57
cloth and your employer tells you to you
71:01
can be fired um I don’t remember all the
71:04
details with it I think there were some
71:06
allegations that that wasn’t actually
71:08
required and I know we got a settlement
71:10
with the NFL but I don’t remember all of
71:12
that okay luckily you got me for sports
71:15
but I’m gonna ask you about jay-z and
71:17
minute because I’m not even 100% sure
71:18
who that is okay so I’m kidding I’ve
71:23
seen him in concert three times so he
71:32
got he didn’t stand for this special
71:34
song and then sky cloth got mad right
71:37
and so sky cloth got all mad and then
71:40
President Trump was like this the NFL
71:44
ratings are down and it’s because people
71:46
like Kaepernick and they don’t the NFL’s
71:48
not making them you know if I was like
71:49
well maybe Trump’s right so we’re gonna
71:51
make them stand for the special song so
71:53
sky cloth doesn’t get mad anymore
71:55
and so they made them do that and they
71:59
said no you have to do it now Kaepernick
72:01
was not a good quarterback he was not a
72:06
good quarterback right to it right he
72:08
was he was a mediocre at best
72:12
quarterback and I don’t know what you’re
72:16
doing but sub-district want these
72:18
strawberries I’ll be right back you keep
72:20
talking you’re looking out the corner
72:23
your eye and like reaching I’m like what
72:25
are you doing I’ll be right back
72:27
something very important came up yeah
72:29
you get your strawberries he was a
72:31
mediocre quarterback the first year
72:33
nobody knew how to stop him he just can
72:36
he would just run around and eventually
72:40
something would happen then that 49ers
72:42
got rid of Alex Smith once they got rid
72:44
of Alex Smith think they said Kaepernick
72:46
is our guy he’s about to be a star
72:47
that’s what’s gonna happen
72:51
that’s what’s gonna happen like I act
72:54
like you know that or heard that he’s
72:59
the star he’s going to be our guy and
73:01
so they got real Alex Smith Alex Smith
73:02
went over to Kansas City Kaepernick was
73:04
the main guy over in San Francisco in
73:07
two years he proved that he could not
73:09
pass a football well enough to be the
73:13
starter because he can’t just keep
73:14
running around they kept giving him
73:16
passing plays so he kept trying to throw
73:17
it and he kept throwing interceptions
73:18
and kept throwing incompletions he got
73:20
through him pass balls he said like
73:23
everything that you don’t want your
73:24
quarterback to do and he just eventually
73:27
start running and hopefully something
73:30
would break out but they had figured him
73:31
out but by that point he is not a good
73:34
quarterback then after that after he got
73:38
cut from the 49ers he was offered three
73:41
backup quarterback positions one in
73:43
Seattle one in Denver and I think one in
73:44
Baltimore I don’t remember where the
73:45
third one is though and he turned them
73:47
all down because he said no I should be
73:49
a starter I should be a starter he it’s
73:52
not that he was blackballed from the
73:54
league it was that he felt he need to be
73:56
a starter and he wasn’t taking it any
73:58
other way
73:59
so he took me on three bit didn’t he was
74:01
like an absurd amount of money probably
74:04
and everybody had to take it on the same
74:06
thing that Kaepernick when he was the
74:09
starter in the in San Francisco he was
74:11
pretty much quiet nobody really heard
74:13
from he became the backup and then he
74:15
started doing the kneeling thing and he
74:17
sucked all of the media attention to him
74:19
nobody cared about Garoppolo I think
74:22
that’s who the quarterback was at the
74:23
time I’m a hundred percent sure
74:25
no it wasn’t Garoppolo Garoppolo came in
74:27
later it was somebody that was awful it
74:29
was somebody that was almost as bad as
74:31
Kaepernick but they he sucked all of the
74:35
media attention in him so everybody knew
74:36
if you’re bringing him in as a backup
74:38
you were gonna be sucking all the media
74:41
attention to him even third string
74:42
second string whatever all of the media
74:44
attention is going to go to Kaepernick
74:45
and go away from the people you want the
74:47
media attention going through the people
74:48
that are actually playing in the games
74:50
and he kept going on being blackballed
74:52
by the league because nobody wants me as
74:53
a starter because he wasn’t good enough
74:54
to be a starter and then he sued the
74:57
league for people for being blackballed
74:59
with a couple other people who melt two
75:02
of which are playing now two of which
75:04
got contracts and are playing again and
75:07
he isn’t and it’s not because he should
75:12
be a starter and he’s being blackballed
75:13
it’s because he’s
75:15
not good enough to be a starter and he
75:18
refused three backup positions and
75:20
everybody knew that he would be a media
75:22
nightmare and instead of just being let
75:28
go a year or so later because he wasn’t
75:30
a great quarterback anymore instead he’s
75:33
got this sweet Nike deal and a huge
75:36
settlement from the NFL and he said if
75:40
he really just cared about the game he
75:42
would have taken the backup position and
75:43
been like okay maybe I’ll be a starter
75:44
again one day but he was like no or he
75:46
could have gone and played in the
75:47
Canadian Football League or he could
75:48
have gone to play in the Arena Football
75:50
League where people who loved the game
75:52
go to play if they can’t make it in the
75:54
NFL or the new XFL or whatever it’s
75:57
called that I don’t know what that new
75:58
things called the new Football League oh
76:01
the Vince McMahon thing yeah yeah
76:04
so yes the Jay Z thing is that Jay Z has
76:11
partnered with the NFL to supposedly to
76:17
help them with social justice issues cuz
76:20
I know if I want to work on social
76:23
justice issues I’m gonna do it with Jay
76:27
Z really what happened here is that Jay
76:29
Z wanted to be a one of the team owners
76:33
become a part owner of a football team
76:34
and the only way you he could do that
76:36
and not look like he was selling out was
76:39
by doing this social justice he thing to
76:46
listen
76:52
no one had a problem with jay-z when he
76:56
was rapping about victimizing black
76:59
people for the better part of 20 years
77:04
gosh no more than that 30 years almost
77:07
no 20 years yeah better part of 20 years
77:10
at Liang way over 20 years he was
77:15
rapping about black woman more bitches
77:19
black men wear the n-word I’m gonna kill
77:22
anyone that gets in my way I’m gonna you
77:24
know do this I’m gonna do that basically
77:26
just rapping a lot about harming other
77:28
black people
77:30
he started shifting where now he he
77:34
couples talking about harming black
77:36
people with talking about growing black
77:40
wealth and he did a song called the
77:42
story of OJ and in part of that song he
77:45
taught I was like 1 or 2 lines he talked
77:47
about the fact that essentially that
77:48
Jewish people came to New York penniless
77:53
and now owned large parts of it because
77:57
they built up their wealth and focused
78:00
on in-group preference and built
78:02
something from it and he basically said
78:04
let’s do that too and all of a sudden
78:08
here came all the groups to say oh no
78:10
you shouldn’t say that that’s a con
78:12
that’s a anti-semitic trope that Jews
78:14
own things that’s apparently a trope not
78:18
a factual statement um and so he got a
78:22
lot of flack again were they mad when he
78:25
was saying I’m gonna kill this N and F
78:27
this bitch and what up no they were mad
78:29
when he said let’s replicate what Jews
78:31
are doing and build something for
78:32
ourselves now here he is again saying
78:36
I’m gonna go join part of the NFL and
78:40
essentially change it from the inside
78:41
that we’re told that you know you had to
78:43
change things from the inside he got in
78:45
trouble because he said something along
78:46
the lines of the the days of kneeling
78:48
are over and what he was saying is
78:50
instead of kneeling before the things
78:52
that threatened us stand on top of it
78:54
and start owning these things so that
78:56
now we’re the people that own these
78:57
things and we’re not being victimized
78:59
and and instead of just being subject to
79:04
what’s happening let’s actually own
79:06
so that we’re helping direct what is
79:08
happening well that wasn’t good enough
79:10
because for the professional grievance
79:13
industry their whole shtick is we have
79:20
to express extreme discontent appeal to
79:26
good white people to do something about
79:28
it and then step one it repeat that’s
79:35
that’s their stick is let’s say things
79:38
are bad and let’s go tell white people
79:41
that they need to change it and he’s
79:44
saying no let’s build our own and not be
79:47
subject to the whims of white people or
79:50
whomever else well that’s an
79:52
unacceptable so that’s what that’s about
79:56
in a nutshell just so everybody knows
79:59
personal injury attorney Chris Reynolds
80:00
attorney at law has never rapped about
80:03
the n-word or called women would be word
80:06
in his raps ever no Chris Reynolds
80:09
attorney at law
80:10
personal injury Will Smith he’s the
80:14
white attorney rappers yes better than
80:20
anything I could have said so here is
80:23
our next message
80:25
what’s that glad I could come up with
80:28
that yeah no thank you
80:29
the Will Smith actually thank you to our
80:32
opening music that we are allowed to use
80:35
without copyright claim is the zoo be
80:39
white attorney rappers I see that yeah I
80:44
don’t think Zubr curses in his raps I
80:48
hope not he talks about if he does then
80:53
we go back to the Will Smith thing it’s
80:56
back to Will Smith so here’s the next
80:58
question from from Chris personal injury
81:04
attorney Chris Reynolds here with
81:06
tilapia time so obviously you guys are
81:10
libertarians or anarchists but I would
81:15
love to hear what you all would consider
81:18
to be
81:19
the least objectionable laws or areas of
81:23
laws probably is a better way to put it
81:26
so for example if you were in some weird
81:32
universe put in charge of creating a
81:35
government and your choices were a a an
81:40
extremely socialist government with tons
81:42
of regulations and tons of laws or B you
81:45
had to create a government with say five
81:49
areas of laws that you would regulate
81:50
what would those five areas that would
81:53
be least objectionable to you beep
81:56
thanks bye
81:57
I like this question I’ll let you go
82:00
first um that is a good question I would
82:06
say that there needs to be laws that
82:11
have to do with victim like there’s a
82:14
victim so right no murdering no raping
82:18
no no murdering no raping no theft no
82:26
selling of people so law laws where
82:32
people’s personal properties and their
82:34
personal bodies are being treaded upon
82:40
would would be a big one pretty much
82:49
every law that I can think of that I
82:51
would support stems from that ideal
82:54
though right right yeah that’s pretty
82:59
much what I would say too I mean Chris
83:01
so when I hear you know a pedophile got
83:05
arrested or something like that I’m not
83:06
like why you know the state is well I’m
83:08
like good like you know I mean or out
83:11
here you know a pedophile got killed in
83:13
prison I don’t start a soliloquy about
83:15
how you know the state is you know
83:17
turning people into criminals in the
83:19
stupid I’m glad that the pedophile was
83:21
dead like that not just a pedophile but
83:23
some pedophile that actually victimized
83:25
children to like actually acted on their
83:27
attraction is dead
83:29
great I hear a murderer guy executed
83:31
awesome like
83:33
I the state has what’s that become
83:37
murderer get like if a murderer gets
83:38
executed by the state I not like I’m not
83:41
I’m not a fan of it I’m not a fan of it
83:43
but when Dylan roof gets killed I’m not
83:45
gonna get terribly upset about it I
83:47
don’t I don’t support the death penalty
83:49
am I gonna get upset about it no no um
83:52
so with that said if I were to create if
83:56
I were told that either it like you said
83:58
it either has to be this heavily
83:59
socialist government or you could you
84:03
make your own and and you know come up
84:04
with your area it would it would be like
84:07
Matt said protecting people’s lives
84:10
rights and property and of course this
84:13
isn’t anarchists I believe there is no
84:14
such way for government to do this but
84:16
that in this you know this hypothetical
84:18
that that’s what it would be that you
84:20
know the police are stopping people from
84:22
committing murder or arresting people
84:24
who commit murder trying to stop people
84:26
who were assaulting people trying to
84:28
stop people who are raping people
84:31
kidnapping theft
84:33
these types of things and that would be
84:36
it
84:37
it would not be oh well you’re doing
84:41
drugs and you know people who do drugs
84:43
are more likely to do X so we have to
84:45
arrest you for doing drugs it wouldn’t
84:47
be red flag laws it wouldn’t be oh these
84:49
types of guns aren’t allowed it would be
84:51
if you are either harming someone or
84:55
actively working to harm someone now
84:57
you’re gonna be in trouble right and
84:59
that would be it I would also have a lot
85:01
of devotion if we’re talking federal
85:05
government there would be massive layer
85:07
and I’m not even sure how this would
85:08
work but there would have to be massive
85:10
layers of accountability on the police
85:13
and I think I would probably if the
85:17
police weren’t completely unarmed they
85:19
would at least not have this militarized
85:22
you know we’re you know the average cops
85:25
driving around with a freaking 12-gauge
85:27
or an ar-15 and and you know they have
85:30
easy access by making a phone call to a
85:32
freaking army or armored personnel here
85:34
like there’s no need for that there’s
85:36
need for the citizens to have that stuff
85:38
not for the police um so that that’s
85:42
what it would look like to me um so he
85:47
is the third of four questions from
85:51
Chris personal injury attorney Chris
85:54
Reynolds here with Trump time so the big
85:56
news recently is the field attempt to
85:59
purchase Greenland and I guess the
86:04
subsequent strained relations between
86:09
Denmark and the United States because it
86:14
seems like there may be some insults
86:17
going and so I would just wanted to know
86:25
what the what the people at muddied
86:27
waters media thought about all of this
86:29
and specifically number one do we even
86:33
want Greenland number two what is
86:35
Greenland worth and number three was
86:38
this really something that the don’t
86:41
Trump thought was on the table or is
86:43
this just something for ratings and all
86:46
of that thanks so I think first of all
86:49
it would be helpful if someone told
86:50
Donald Trump that Greenland isn’t
86:54
actually that big it’s just the
86:56
projection that makes it look like that
86:59
that they’re taking a spherical image
87:01
and projecting it out so that anything
87:03
on the corners looks much bigger that
87:06
Greenland actually isn’t that size that
87:08
might that might might help might not
87:11
help but I think it might help um but I
87:15
is it I thought it was bigger than it
87:18
looked
87:19
because no everything is so the closer
87:24
you are to the equator the more exact
87:27
the sizes well further away you get the
87:30
bigger it’s been made to look because
87:32
you guys if you picture like a orange or
87:34
something and you remove the peel and
87:37
you try to flatten it out into a into a
87:40
rectangle you’re not going to be able to
87:42
there’s gonna be edges missing and so
87:43
basically what they’re doing is filling
87:46
in those edges by expanding those
87:48
corners and so what ends up happening is
87:51
the further up into the sides you get
87:53
the the bigger stuff looks so like
87:56
Canada looks bigger than it really is
87:57
russia looks bigger than it really is
87:59
Australia looks bigger than it
88:00
and Greenland looks but it’s still the
88:03
biggest island on earth I from what I’ve
88:05
read it has a lot of strategic
88:06
significance it has a lot of rare earth
88:10
metals and all sorts of rare earth
88:12
minerals and oil and and and things like
88:15
that it also has a relatively small
88:17
population and it also in Greenland all
88:21
land is government-owned so if the US
88:24
were to purchase Greenland they to
88:26
actually own all the land there um I’m
88:31
Matt I have a hot take theory on this
88:33
but I’ll let you go first
88:35
I know your how to take theory and I was
88:39
gonna rip it off but so since it’s yours
88:41
oh let you have it I don’t think he was
88:48
actually serious about buying a dream I
88:51
think that he just put something in the
88:55
news cycle because I mean everything’s
88:57
been about not him right so I think he
89:00
wanted something in there he’s like oh
89:01
President Trump wants to buy Greenland
89:03
oh god what is he thinking oh god
89:06
doesn’t he understand that you can’t
89:07
just buy a country like I know your
89:15
heartache and that’s all so I kind of
89:17
like your hot take – I think it’s it’s
89:19
some of it is real basic so we we get
89:22
into this stuff with Trump where we’re
89:24
trying to figure out his seven DHS
89:26
because he keeps winning and so you
89:28
assume there’s like this you know master
89:31
plan and I think he it’s a much more
89:33
visceral thing with him if you think
89:36
very simple on any subject is is Donald
89:40
Trump what people are talking about
89:41
right now and if the answer is no then
89:45
the next question is how can Donald
89:47
Trump make this about everyone talking
89:48
about Donald Trump again and the reason
89:50
that works is because if you can suck
89:52
all the air out of the room and we’ve
89:53
talked about this countless times if you
89:56
can suck all the air out of the room and
89:57
you’re the only person anyone else knows
90:01
no one else can really get any traction
90:03
and a lot of people will just go I’ll go
90:07
with Donald Trump then and it has worked
90:10
for him as we’ve said no Democratic
90:13
candidate
90:14
is going to beat him the only thing that
90:17
is going to beat him is if the economy
90:20
goes south between now and Election Day
90:21
especially the closer it happens to
90:23
Election Day and that’s looking like
90:27
that might happen but but anyway so I
90:30
think it was that you know like matt
90:32
said kind of this you know no one’s no
90:36
one’s talked about me since that whole
90:37
thing about you know a lot whatever the
90:39
last thing I lost my mind what was to
90:41
send him back or whatever and so that
90:43
the next thing is I do think he was
90:47
asking about Greenland um you know about
90:49
you know buying it or whatever I think
90:52
he let it leak because he wanted the
90:55
attention but also because if you look
90:57
at the scheduling Trump was scheduled to
90:59
go there this month and then Barack
91:04
Obama was scheduled to go there like two
91:06
or three weeks later now Donald Trump is
91:09
incredibly unpopular everywhere but also
91:12
in Greenland and Barack Obama is
91:16
incredibly popular in Greenland and so
91:20
if you think of the optics of Donald
91:21
Trump visits gets a a polite sterile
91:25
reception from the the grand it was a
91:27
state visit so that the the Queen of
91:29
Denmark who you know that the Danes own
91:31
Greenland technically he’s going to
91:34
Denmark Denmark I’m sorry and I meant
91:38
Denmark he’s he’s thank you because I
91:40
was gonna keep saying Greenland he’s
91:42
he’s incredibly unpopular in Denmark and
91:44
in Greenland Obama is incredibly popular
91:46
in Denmark so he’s gonna go there on a
91:49
state visit get a very sterile but
91:51
cordial courteous and cordial reception
91:54
from the the the Queen and the
91:57
government of Denmark with protests all
92:00
over the place and the general public
92:01
booing and hissing and then bra
92:03
Barack Obama’s gonna go there to open
92:06
arms and row I like that when I do this
92:08
oh yeah rest of the show so Obama goes
92:15
there and is is what’s that get your
92:19
Christ’s on yeah so Obama goes there to
92:23
rapturous applause and you know being
92:25
beloved by the entirety of the Danish
92:27
people
92:28
and those optics aren’t good Trump likes
92:32
being the center of attention and he
92:34
does not like be like being made to feel
92:36
small or weak and that those optics make
92:41
him look small and unpopular and so I
92:45
think he and and there was no real like
92:48
plus to him going there but he’s not
92:50
gonna just cancel out of the blue so
92:53
this kind of gives a really weird flimsy
92:56
pretext well since you’re not gonna let
92:58
me buy Greenland from you which I never
93:00
actually asked you if I could I’m not
93:03
gonna visit no more so that’s my hot
93:06
take I don’t think he really wanted to
93:11
buy Greenland I think he asked some
93:12
people about it and they explained why I
93:15
wouldn’t work and he probably was like
93:17
all right and I don’t know if he really
93:20
does truly want to buy Greenland then
93:25
that that could be possible that could
93:28
be possible but my my my I think this
93:30
was an example of maybe not chess but
93:34
checkers where he thought okay if I
93:36
float this thing and get them to say
93:39
anything negative about it I can say oh
93:41
well then I’m not going but that’s my
93:44
that’s my opinion on that and so here is
93:49
our last of four from personal injury
93:53
attorneys Chris my personal injury
93:54
attorney Chris Reynolds here with your
93:56
AOC millennial minute so I think we’ve
94:00
been running under the assumption for
94:03
quite a while now that Donald Trump will
94:05
get elected into his second term however
94:10
we have had at least some indicators
94:13
recently that we might be headed for
94:16
somewhat of economic recession but I
94:29
just wanted to know what what the good
94:33
people of muddied water’s media thought
94:35
about if we if we were to enter into a
94:38
recession
94:39
would that be enough do you think for
94:43
one of these Democratic candidates to
94:46
win or as Trump still gonna win
94:48
regardless Thanks okay so yeah you’ve
94:54
heard a lot of people saying you’ve
94:57
heard a lot of people say that
94:59
economists have been saying that we are
95:02
looking at a recession sometime in 2021
95:04
now if you looked at the study it says
95:08
that 34 percent of economists think that
95:10
we’re heading towards toward a recession
95:11
in 2021 as late as early as September of
95:14
2021 I think so a study said 34 percent
95:18
that means that 66 66 66 percent of
95:23
economists don’t think that now but
95:28
let’s say the 34 percent are correct
95:30
let’s say that one-third of the
95:32
economists are correct that means that
95:39
we’ve always said well I’ve always said
95:41
I think spikes always agreed with me I’m
95:43
not 100% sure I barely listen to him now
95:45
he says that we’ve always said that it’s
95:50
the economy that is gonna keep Donald
95:53
Trump in office right no matter it’s the
95:55
economy I will throw in the caveat that
96:00
if he goes with red flag laws he is
96:02
gonna lose a big portion of his base a
96:06
big portion but the economy is gonna be
96:09
the main thing that’s gonna get him
96:11
re-elected if by the 2020 election by
96:15
November of 2020 if they believe that if
96:19
more economists believe and like people
96:21
are only saying that we’re heading
96:22
toward recession there is a chance that
96:24
he would lose but you would have to see
96:26
definite trends of the economy doing
96:28
poorly and Trump being the type that’s
96:32
gonna suck all the media out of the room
96:33
suck all the air out of the room he is
96:35
gonna point to job numbers she is going
96:37
to point to GDP he’s gonna point to
96:40
whatever it is that makes it look like
96:42
the economy is doing great and because
96:44
Donald is saying it that is what’s going
96:46
to be reported yeah yeah now
96:51
I don’t think that we are heading toward
96:53
a recession the way that a lot of other
96:55
people think we are I’m also not an
96:57
economist however right now I don’t
97:03
think we are at a bubble point that I
97:06
that is going to come crashing down on
97:09
us quite yet I think that we are still
97:11
building up to that and I think that is
97:14
gonna screw whoever’s next yeah I so the
97:20
next couple months will tell a much
97:22
bigger picture because right now we’re
97:24
in the middle of stock crashes and and a
97:27
lot of talk about war with a trade war
97:32
with China and and and stuff like that
97:35
um and we’re in a trade war with China I
97:38
think that I personally think that we
97:43
will probably be facing if not a
97:45
recession at least a a slowdown that’s
97:49
gonna point to a coming recession
97:52
sometime next year um and I hope I’m
97:56
wrong not because I particularly care
97:59
who wins the election but just because I
98:01
hope I’m wrong because when they can’t
98:03
you know that when the economy takes a
98:05
downturn
98:05
you know people people are harmed by
98:08
that so I I hope that isn’t the case but
98:10
I tend to think it is for two reasons
98:12
one the the bond yields have inverted
98:16
meaning that the I think it’s the
98:18
two-year and the 10-year yields have
98:20
inverted and that’s a typically an
98:23
indicator of recession not always but
98:25
usually and then the other reason is
98:27
because the rate of margin trading so
98:31
that’s people taking out short-term
98:33
loans just to buy stock um is at that
98:38
the percentage of stock trades that are
98:40
being traded on margin is at or near
98:43
actually above the highs that were
98:46
reached just before the the the last
98:49
recession started in in the end of the
98:51
middle – what September of a wait so I
98:55
tend to think that we’re looking at
98:58
something happening soon I will say this
99:01
if it crashes right
99:05
after he gets reelected like if it stays
99:07
up enough so he gets reelected and then
99:10
it crashes you’re going to have what I
99:14
would argue is a worst case scenario
99:16
which is a lame-duck Donald Trump with
99:19
Democrats controlling both houses of
99:21
Congress and that my friends will look
99:27
like every nightmare you thought was
99:29
gonna come from Obama um
99:33
because he’ll have Democrats in the
99:35
majority and Republicans largely
99:37
unwilling to fight against him because
99:39
he will still have the cult of
99:41
personality around him we have all
99:42
watched Trump supporters who used to use
99:45
how pro-gun Trump was explained to you
99:49
why red flag laws are okay assault
99:51
weapons bans are okay and pretty much
99:53
anything he says is okay or they’ll say
99:56
those things are bad but they’ll come up
99:58
with these weird mental gymnastics about
100:01
how well you know it’s not really his
100:04
fault you know he’s being pressured by
100:06
the Rhinos or whatever they’ll make
100:09
whatever excuse they can or even just
100:11
outright refusing to acknowledge that he
100:13
said that he supports taking away guns
100:15
without due process or whatever else he
100:17
said they’ll they’ll literally just say
100:19
no he didn’t um and and that’s what a
100:21
cult of personality looks like it looks
100:23
like massive cognitive dissonance and
100:24
pouring your hopes and dreams into an
100:26
empty suit who doesn’t even know you and
100:29
so I think that yeah so if it is gonna
100:33
crash I hope it does it soon before he
100:37
gets a lot pretty elected because right
100:40
after he gets reelected is in or I hope
100:42
it happens in after 2022 so that we’re
100:48
not dealing with Donald Trump and a
100:50
Democrat controlled Congress because
100:52
that would be an absolute nightmare so
100:57
that’s my take on that
101:01
so speaking of so real quick the kick
101:10
bass okay bad song bass on the youtubes
101:14
said you guys do understand that
101:15
pedophiles are anarchists no they’re not
101:19
no because most of the anarchists I know
101:24
do not want to do harm to another person
101:28
well pedophiles strictly and sexually
101:33
want to harm somebody else yeah I mean
101:39
Jeff Epstein wasn’t an anarchist Bill
101:42
Clinton who might be a pedophile
101:45
definitely wasn’t an anarchist um Prince
101:48
Andrew not Andrew is literally a
101:50
monarchist yeah no I’m not I’m not
101:55
seeing that are their inner kiss who are
101:56
pedophiles absolutely are there is that
101:59
what makes an anarchist no I mean
102:02
anarchism is built around the concept of
102:04
self ownership so like raping kids is
102:07
not within that paradigm now I won’t say
102:10
that you have to be a you know a
102:12
pedophile to be a statist either but
102:14
that certainly doesn’t jive with a
102:17
anarchism Fotini Henderson says but
102:18
Trump is taunting the Fed by name all
102:21
other presidents have been hands-off
102:23
timid sycophants with the Fed I’m
102:25
thinking maybe Trump and his dreams
102:26
wants to end the Fed but hasn’t come out
102:28
no actually the exact opposite he’s
102:31
blasting the Trump the Fed for not
102:34
lowering the rates and printing out
102:36
endless streams of money even faster
102:38
than they already are
102:39
he’s criticizing the Fed for the exact
102:42
opposite reason that the rest of us
102:44
criticized the Fed we criticize the Fed
102:46
because they print out endless reams of
102:49
money and devalue our currency that were
102:52
forced to use and use it to prop up
102:55
endless government spending what Trump
102:58
is upset about is that they’re not doing
102:59
it at an even faster rate so no he
103:03
definitely there was a lot of talk that
103:05
he was gonna end the Fed or audit the
103:07
Fed or the gold stand he’s done none of
103:09
that he wants to print out endless
103:11
endless reams of money if he could
103:14
tomorrow print out a quadrillion dollars
103:16
and spend it all he absolutely would and
103:18
he wouldn’t care who who told him the
103:21
opposite so no actually his criticism of
103:24
the Fed is a perfect example of what I’m
103:26
talking about you will have Trump
103:28
supporters complain about the Fed and
103:31
when I’ll say yeah but he wants to fret
103:32
had to print out more Hills though I
103:35
literally had someone say to me yeah but
103:38
they didn’t have to so they were upset
103:39
that the the Fed had just lowered the
103:42
interest rate and that that was gonna
103:43
cause inflation I said yeah but you know
103:44
why they did that because Donald Trump
103:46
pressured them for the better part of a
103:47
year and a half to do so and he said
103:50
yeah but they didn’t have to
103:53
so it wasn’t Trump’s fault for
103:55
pressuring them politically to do it it
103:57
was their fault for doing what he said
104:01
for them to do just and that that is the
104:04
same type of person that when Trump
104:07
passes a red flag well say well that’s
104:10
not Trump’s fault
104:11
right he was pressured to do it the
104:14
Rhinos voted for it the Rhinos and the
104:16
and the Marxist Democrats voted for it
104:18
okay but then he signed it yeah but you
104:21
know he can’t he can’t just stop
104:24
everything you know he’s not perfect I
104:27
mean they’ll come up with the most
104:28
absurd and they’ll start explaining you
104:30
know well you you got a you’re gonna
104:31
break eggs to me you know no other
104:33
president could have resisted gun
104:35
control the way he has except maybe
104:37
Obama who didn’t sign any gun control
104:41
into law and in fact his atf deregulated
104:48
actually actually reversed some of the
104:50
previous decisions they had about what
104:54
types of accessories were allowed we
104:55
actually had an expansion of gun rights
104:57
under obama despite all of his rhetoric
105:00
we had an expansion of gun rights a net
105:02
expansion of gun rights at the state and
105:04
federal level under obama not because he
105:06
wanted it but because republicans
105:08
actually pretended to care now we have
105:11
trump now imagine if we have trump who’s
105:14
getting defended left and right by
105:16
republicans and democrats who can
105:18
leverage that that’s a nightmare
105:23
speaking of nightmares i guess that’s
105:27
that’s the best segue I have that’s uh
105:32
speaking of I I don’t I don’t know so
105:37
we’re gonna end this on talking about
105:39
Hong Kong the protests that are going on
105:42
in Hong Kong if you’re like me you’re
105:45
possibly
105:46
what are they protesting exactly um
105:49
besides just communist rule but they’ve
105:53
been under communist rule since 1999 so
105:55
why why right now are they protesting so
105:57
Matt why don’t you tell us a little bit
105:58
about that all right so these are my
106:06
favorite segments this is this is the
106:11
Matt defends Joe Biden segment right so
106:17
back in February the Hong Kong
106:19
government proposed the fugitive
106:22
offenders and mutual legal assistance in
106:25
criminal matters legislation amendment
106:27
bill 2013 ok this this was caused
106:36
because security officials cited a
106:38
recent incident in which Hong Kong
106:40
residents suspected of murdering someone
106:42
in Taiwan could not be extradited to
106:45
Taiwan to stand trial for murder okay so
106:51
they created this bill that would send
106:53
that because Hong Kong has a no
106:56
extradition policy so they created this
106:59
bill that would allow them to be
107:00
extradited to other areas I think just I
107:05
think just in that region so China
107:09
Taiwan areas like that right this was
107:14
the reason for it because somebody that
107:16
murdered somebody in Taiwan was a Hong
107:18
Kong resident and went back to Hong Kong
107:20
couldn’t be extradited now we’re not
107:22
gonna do it so they created this bill
107:24
critics have argued that this bill would
107:28
reduce the region’s judicial
107:31
independence from Beijing and that it
107:34
would open the door to what some
107:36
demonstrators have described as
107:38
legalized kidnapping and Chinese
107:41
authorities would then pursue
107:42
extradition of political dissidents
107:44
people who are against communism under
107:46
the guise of trumped-up charges ok I see
107:49
here so part of what has been protecting
107:52
Hong Kong from the rest of the Chinese
107:54
government besides their limited
107:57
autonomy is the fact that
108:00
the Chinese government can’t just
108:02
extradite you know say oh well we want
108:04
this person for X Y Z and then you know
108:07
have the Hong Kong authorities arrest
108:09
them and bring them to China on yeah on
108:11
trumped-up charges oh this person raped
108:13
someone and they didn’t but you know
108:15
they spoke poorly about communism so now
108:17
they get they get brought over now I’ll
108:19
go to the Chinese version of the gulag
108:21
right exactly right so I’m not gonna say
108:25
it so you’re gonna say goo rug weren’t
108:30
you nope
108:30
sure was not so so yeah so that’s when
108:34
the protests began and kind of back in
108:38
February February March right right yeah
108:40
they’ve been going on for a while
108:41
they’ve only been kind of catching on in
108:45
the Western media in the last couple
108:46
months right Hong Kong’s chief executive
108:51
Carrie Lam suspended the legislation
108:54
indefinitely suspended the legislation
108:57
and even apologized saying that our
109:00
explanation and communication work has
109:01
not been sufficient or effective but
109:04
when she indefinitely suspended the
109:06
legislation she didn’t end it so at any
109:09
point what a lot of people are thinking
109:12
is that at any point they can put this
109:15
legislation back in they figured the
109:17
protesters would die down and then they
109:19
would put it back in right right people
109:21
rallied twice is almost impossible right
109:25
so they were saying no it’s only in it’s
109:28
only suspended indefinitely they can
109:31
still put up they need to end it they
109:33
need to throw it out they need to vote
109:34
it they need to say we’re not voting on
109:36
this ever
109:38
they’ve also called for lambs
109:40
resignation but in addition to lambs
109:42
resignation the protesters are calling
109:45
for quick the complete withdrawal of the
109:47
proposed extradition bill right the
109:49
government would draw the use of the
109:51
word riot in relation to the protest
109:54
because that makes them criminals in the
109:56
eyes of Beijing ah the unconditional
110:03
release of arrested protesters and
110:05
charges against them dropped so that way
110:07
they can’t get extra day the Beijing and
110:12
an independent and
110:14
curry into police behavior and
110:17
implementation of genuine universal
110:20
suffrage suffrage this is what they are
110:24
wearing this is the picture that you see
110:26
on your screen if you’re listening to us
110:28
on anchor fm or any other podcasting you
110:30
have check this out on youtube or on
110:35
Facebook because you’re gonna want to
110:38
see this picture this is what the
110:39
protesters are wearing
110:41
it’s a blindfold looks like is soaked in
110:43
blood fake blood I think maybe I’m not
110:46
sure yeah I don’t know yeah it says Hong
110:49
Kong police murders Hong Kong citizens
110:52
Hong Kong police murders Hong Kong
110:55
citizens this started because police
111:02
have used a wholly unnecessary force
111:04
against largely unarmed protesters and
111:07
there was a video that came out that we
111:11
have pictures of the video up these are
111:13
two police officers I think if you watch
111:15
the entire video it’s an eight-minute
111:17
video yes we can even have been along
111:18
video yeah no these are two police
111:21
officers I think there were three in
111:22
total if you watch the entire video who
111:25
arrested a 60 year old man I believe he
111:29
was 60 arrested a 60 year old man who
111:31
was not actually a protester just
111:33
happened to be there but they detained
111:36
him and he got injured during the arrest
111:39
they took him to the hospital he was
111:41
being repeatedly punched in the crotch
111:43
and stomach and they have some weird
111:45
like torchlight and they’re flashing it
111:48
in his eye like right next to it you can
111:50
see it in the video it’s being held
111:52
right up against it and just flashing it
111:54
right in his eye
111:56
personally I think the crotch punch is
111:58
worse that’s just me but it’s eight
112:01
minutes of them doing this just be
112:03
watering them yeah yeah wait do this 60
112:05
year old guy who is strapped to a gurney
112:09
the video went viral
112:12
and the protesters started picking up a
112:14
lot of steam initially Beijing they were
112:17
ignoring all of it they were ignoring
112:20
the entire thing but once all of this
112:22
started happening they started treating
112:24
the protesters with extreme hostility
112:27
they labeled
112:27
rioters which again is a crime in the
112:31
eyes of Beijing right right like if it
112:34
wasn’t for the internet and it wasn’t
112:36
for this catching on in Western media
112:38
this would be Tiananmen Square all over
112:40
again oh yeah yeah yeah it would have
112:42
never gotten to this point it would have
112:43
never gotten to this point no right
112:46
Beijing is seeing according to a China
112:49
Chinese specialist Adam knee Beijing now
112:54
sees the unfolding crisis as something
112:56
that is really destabilizing and
112:58
challenges its rule and control so these
113:03
protesters in Hong Kong are being seen
113:06
as people that are challenging the
113:09
communist government of Beijing you know
113:12
you know and now so we’ve actually got
113:14
some good news from social media we
113:17
don’t get it often but Twitter is saying
113:20
that it has it was suspended nearly a
113:23
thousand accounts that they’ve suspected
113:25
of being linked with the Chinese
113:27
government and part of what they called
113:28
a coordinated state-backed operation and
113:31
Facebook has announced the removal of
113:34
several pages and accounts that they
113:35
said were involved in coordinated
113:38
inauthentic behavior as part of a small
113:40
network that originated in China and
113:42
focused on Hong Kong this is a so the
113:46
Chinese government is an interesting
113:49
animal because they call themselves
113:52
communist but if you look at how they’re
113:54
actually set up there are actually a
113:56
fascist government they’re actually
113:58
somewhere between fascism and communism
114:00
because in fascism property is privately
114:04
owned but heavily heavily controlled by
114:06
the states so the state picks the the so
114:09
called national champions the winners of
114:10
lose and losers within you know within
114:13
the corporate world it’s called the the
114:16
economic plank of it is corporatism they
114:18
heavily censor and and and and rigidly
114:21
control the speech of the citizens and
114:24
they tend to you know they tend to use F
114:29
no nationalism or some kind of large
114:32
group preference to try to scapegoat the
114:34
smaller groups which the Chinese
114:35
government is the Chinese people are
114:37
like ninety something percent Han
114:38
Chinese so they often are treating the
114:40
the ethic might
114:41
very poorly um there is a little bit
114:46
more public ownership or government
114:48
ownership of things in China than there
114:52
would be in a classic fascist state but
114:54
they’ve been actually working to what
114:56
they call economic reforms which is
114:57
essentially trade basically selling
115:00
those off to preferred Chinese
115:03
billionaires and then rigidly
115:04
controlling it so they are transitioning
115:06
into being the largest fascist state in
115:09
history they are not doing what the US
115:14
does which is you know engaging in war
115:16
around the world yet but they’re laying
115:18
down the groundwork economically and and
115:21
industrially to be able to do that in
115:23
the future if they so chose to they are
115:25
focusing more on controlling their own
115:28
people so they have this social credit
115:30
system where you know if you speak
115:33
poorly about the government or if you
115:36
you know act in what they consider
115:39
antisocial ways which is usually just
115:41
anti-government ways you can’t even get
115:43
a loan it actually affects your ability
115:45
to do things there’s a guy I forget his
115:47
name but he um he did these videos he’s
115:51
uh he’s a Chinese mixed martial artist
115:53
and he did these challenges where he
115:56
would challenge the practitioner as the
115:59
experts in these different um and guys
116:02
if you’re watching anyone watching this
116:04
if you want to comment if you know the
116:05
person I’m talking about but he would
116:07
challenge people who practice these
116:09
ancient Chinese martial arts to show
116:11
that like just a standard MMA like
116:14
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and so forth was way
116:16
superior and you know he would go and
116:18
you know basically beat these guys up
116:20
and say you know kung fu is no match for
116:22
you know MMA or I don’t know whatever
116:25
whatever whatever other Chinese martial
116:28
arts there are is nothing you know no
116:30
match for MMA he can’t get alone for a
116:32
car much less a house or anything else
116:34
they’ve ruined him he didn’t actually
116:36
commit any crimes he didn’t do anything
116:38
wrong but because he was seen as
116:39
disparaging the Chinese culture he can’t
116:43
get alone the Hong Kong people who live
116:46
in the the richest area on earth largely
116:50
because of a FA of a market that has
116:53
been for the most part left alone
116:55
and and and rigid protections of that
116:58
sees the writing on the wall that yes
117:01
we’re the Golden Goose but China doesn’t
117:04
necessarily want to kill us but they
117:05
definitely want to control us and
117:07
they’re they’re not taking it lying down
117:11
and and and I mean I’m at they’re there
117:15
they’re out on the streets and they
117:16
don’t stay it seems to just be getting
117:18
more and more intense it doesn’t seem to
117:21
be de-escalating at all no it’s it’s
117:24
getting each passing moment it’s getting
117:28
worse like you you may have seen the
117:31
anybody who’s been paying attention at
117:33
all to it if you haven’t you probably
117:35
haven’t but like you haven’t seen this
117:37
but you may have seen pictures of the
117:38
Hong Kong protesters and they’re all
117:40
wearing are all carrying umbrellas yep
117:43
now apparently it does it does rain
117:47
there a lot at this time but the main
117:49
thing that they’re doing is they’re
117:50
shielding themselves from police cameras
117:52
the deployment of pepper spray and tear
117:54
gas that is being used to disperse the
117:56
crowds they’re using the umbrellas as a
117:59
protection against police surveillance
118:02
and police overreach yeah no umbrellas
118:06
because that’s all they have access to
118:09
and I even saw it so I saw this really
118:11
interesting video which I wish I had
118:12
thought until now to actually put it to
118:14
get it but um if you look online you can
118:16
find it um where it was showing
118:19
protesters that were having teargas shot
118:21
at them and instead of running away from
118:22
it which is what you would usually do
118:23
they would run out they had people that
118:25
were wearing like these like you know
118:26
surgical masks and they would end
118:28
goggles and they would go up with road
118:30
cones with like the orange road cones
118:33
and and plug it up and and put their
118:35
hands on top of it and that apparently
118:38
stops yeah it stops the teargas and so
118:41
they would if they couldn’t get to it in
118:43
time to throw it back at the police they
118:44
would put the the they put the road cone
118:47
on top and hold it there for a few
118:48
seconds and then and then let it up in
118:50
the things in earth and they and they
118:51
throw it back or whatever um so because
118:57
of police brutality and fear of and
118:58
justified extradition they’ve been
119:00
calling for their own Second Amendment
119:01
and you have to think these people who
119:03
are huge a number and are able to
119:07
effectively stop
119:09
the Hong Kong police in their tracks
119:11
with umbrellas imagine if they had guns
119:18
that would force massive immediate
119:22
change if only there were a country that
119:29
had well over a hundred million gun
119:31
owners and in a government that
119:37
infringed on their rights on a regular
119:39
basis because they’d definitely be able
119:41
to stop that if only if only did sad sad
119:51
thing that that doesn’t exist so for
119:54
anybody like that out him hey watching
119:55
this is sorry get rid of the Second
120:00
Amendment but maybe but for anybody out
120:03
there who’s like oh there’s no reason
120:05
that you need the the P kings of the
120:07
world who’s like we don’t need these
120:08
weapons we don’t need these weapons look
120:10
at Hong Kong look at what’s going on
120:15
over there
120:16
these people are fighting for their
120:18
lives because a law is being passed that
120:20
they disagree with you know and there’s
120:22
do not do this this is our place – this
120:25
is our country – this is our city do not
120:28
and they are fighting literally with
120:32
their fists and with umbrellas umbrellas
120:35
and they are stopping the police if they
120:38
had guns this law would be dead yeah it
120:41
would be that it wouldn’t be
120:42
indefinitely suspended it would be dead
120:46
dead and there would be no question
120:50
about it they want their rights to
120:53
second Amendment for the same reason
120:56
everybody in America should want their
120:58
rights to the Second Amendment and
120:59
shouldn’t try to give it up every time
121:03
something awful and terrible happens
121:07
yeah I’m two things that I will say
121:11
about this one imagine if the people of
121:15
Hong Kong had the guns that the American
121:17
people had and then the second thing I
121:20
would say is imagine if the people of
121:22
America
121:23
had the grit and refusal to back down
121:29
that the Hong Kong people had or even
121:32
better yet that the the American
121:34
original American people had or I
121:37
shouldn’t say original America be the
121:38
original revolutionaries had right
121:43
if only but but they don’t bass says are
121:48
we going to get a Hong Kong Boogaloo or
121:50
are we gonna get Tiananmen Square 2.0 I
121:52
don’t I’m not sure I don’t know I don’t
121:55
know that we’re not gonna get Tiananmen
121:57
Square 2.0 because of the internet and
122:00
because yeah new now travels so it’s not
122:04
gonna be like people are gonna know
122:05
about Hong Kong gentleman square
122:08
it wasn’t major news they kept that
122:11
quiet it it got told about afterwards
122:16
got right but it wasn’t while it was
122:18
happening
122:18
it wasn’t while it was happening and the
122:20
China’s economy wasn’t so this was
122:23
before Chinese free trade China’s
122:26
economy was not as heavily dependent on
122:31
the West as it is now the Chinese are
122:34
growing a middle-class you don’t have to
122:37
go to war with China you just have to
122:39
have enough consumers who say yeah no I
122:41
don’t want to buy anything from China or
122:43
politicians who say you know because of
122:47
the humans rights abuses we’re gonna
122:49
start whatever labeling stuff more
122:52
closely that comes from China or you
122:54
know requiring that these changes be
122:55
made or we’re not gonna allow these
122:57
things to be imported or whatever any
122:59
because China’s economy is built on
123:02
massive speculative government debt and
123:05
in order for it not to crumble they have
123:08
to have double-digit economic growth
123:11
every single year pretty much in
123:13
perpetuity if you saw anything that
123:16
really put a halt forgetting a recession
123:18
if you even saw a fairly decent downturn
123:22
on it China would have to make the
123:25
changes necessary in order to stop that
123:29
it’s what Trump I think thinks he’s
123:32
gonna be able to trigger with these
123:33
trade wars but it’s so far has not been
123:36
happening that way um because all it’s
123:39
really doing is just adding attacks for
123:41
us to have to pay when we buy stuff from
123:43
China if if governments were saying or
123:45
if individual people were saying I’m not
123:48
gonna buy that because it’s from China
123:49
and I’m not gonna buy it from people
123:51
that are you know abusing people’s
123:52
rights or you know doing what they just
123:54
did in Hong Kong that would be way more
123:56
powerful than any you know domestic
123:58
consumption tax that would be put on it
124:00
um I don’t think you’re gonna get Hong
124:02
Kong Boogaloo because there are many
124:03
guns right nope
124:06
and we posted something a while ago oh
124:13
yeah yeah we posted something a while
124:16
ago where somebody said it was a picture
124:22
of the guy in the girl in bed and just
124:23
like I think he’s thinking of other he’s
124:25
thinking of other girls and he’s like
124:26
how do I airlift guns too and we had
124:31
somebody and they said we don’t need to
124:34
get involved in another war that’s not
124:36
what that’s not what that was saying
124:37
yeah no no we’re not talking about US
124:39
government intervention we were talking
124:41
about like individual people sending
124:43
crates of guns to comes to Hong Kong so
124:49
they can fight this battle right yeah if
124:52
you if someone could airlift even a
124:56
thousand semi-automatic rifles it would
125:00
completely change all of this now
125:04
consider the fact that Americans own
125:06
something like 10 million
125:11
it’s like semi-automatic rifles it’s
125:14
like one third of the world of the
125:16
entire world’s stockpile of small arms
125:20
is held by private American citizens and
125:25
we’re all for it we are not saying
125:27
anything bad about that no that’s a
125:29
great thing
125:30
great thing my problem is that most of
125:32
those people have Fraternal Order of
125:35
Police stickers on their car anyway blue
125:40
line the thin blue line I mean it anyway
125:45
next to there don’t tread on me a bumper
125:48
sticker right
125:50
I like the don’t I saw one it had don’t
125:53
tread on me and the snake had a thin
125:54
blue line and I’m like who who is our is
125:59
it a cop saying don’t tread on me with
126:01
your you know wanting to know if you’re
126:03
being detained I I didn’t I didn’t I
126:05
don’t get it I don’t get it guys I don’t
126:13
get it but I’ll tell you what I do get
126:15
anchor fm No
126:17
so that’s right that was like are we
126:20
doing another anchor anchor FM we’re
126:21
just doing like five anchor FM’s I do
126:23
get you know what I get is a hankerin
126:26
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126:29
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126:31
any time I have a personal injury issue
126:32
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considered southwestern Florida Tampa
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Bay area will the Bay Area the Tampa Bay
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area Florida I go to personal injury
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126:46
that’s right I get the protection I need
126:50
and deserve so I think do we confirm
126:56
that Jason’s having an episode tomorrow
126:57
I don’t know okay so tomorrow shabbat
127:03
shalom we may or may not have an episode
127:07
of if Jason doesn’t have his show
127:09
tomorrow I’m airing mine that I did
127:11
today okay so tomorrow night you’re
127:14
either gonna get an episode of mr.
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America the bearded truth with Chris
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lion or you will be getting as this
127:19
week’s episode what I say Chris Jason
127:23
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127:25
keep seeing Chris’s face it’s messing me
127:27
up with with Jason look away Chris mr.
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127:32
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I’m probably to some one of these the
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Jason to just so we’ll all have them or
127:46
you’ll be having an episode this week’s
127:48
episode of the writer’s block with Matt
127:51
right and his guest Aaron Nakamoto
127:54
that’s right and then tune in next
127:57
Monday possibly for an episode of Miss
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America the bearded truth it’s so you
128:02
know you have a baby and you
128:04
you can just take all this time off work
128:06
and then suddenly oh like granny it’s
128:10
the job that doesn’t really pay you but
128:12
you do this like well I gotta throw that
128:13
one away
128:14
when he has a new job too so you get a
128:15
new job and a human being that you’re so
128:19
like while I not solely you and your
128:21
wife are solely responsible for it right
128:24
and all of a sudden the other child you
128:27
have oh I don’t have several hours a
128:29
week to do a show on Facebook and
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YouTube and float don’t app slash muddy
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podcasts so that might happen Monday and
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then on Tuesday be sure to tune in next
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Tuesday for an all-new episode of the
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muddy waters of freedom with this guy
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over here and this guy over here and
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this guy right here are gonna parse
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through the week’s events with the joy
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and love of a sweet summer boy and then
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next Wednesday is an episode of my
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fellow Americans my 48th episode I may
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or may not have a guest I may just do it
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ask me anything I do want to talk about
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not now but on my show what’s that am a
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yam I am a I do want to talk about the
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surprisingly Marxist history of the
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founding of the Republican Party you
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won’t believe what I’m gonna say next
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Wednesday that’s right and then next
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Thursday join me for an episode brand
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new episode of the writer’s block with
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Demetrius miner from AFP project 21
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local minister he’s just like this guy
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he is truly he must work harder than
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anybody ever
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he works for he doesn’t work for
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conservatives concerned with the concern
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about the
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uh-uh inna cocks he does work with AFP
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on campus free speech project 21 where
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he tries to give black people a voice in
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the conservative movement like and he’s
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a minister and he’s a pastor – yeah yep
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that dude is constantly constantly
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working and yet he was able to carve out
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an hour for you two to two because we
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got lunch together first he wanted to
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interview me before he came on the show
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Oh cuz he’s that’s that’s actually smart
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yeah yeah so he said I was actually ever
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vetted me ya know he vetted me he was
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like yeah let’s get together for lunch
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and I was like okay so we got together
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we went to this place in downtown st.
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Pete called bodega for Cubans and we had
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lunch we talked and it’s like yeah okay
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I’d love to come on your show and I was
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like great Cuban Cuban sandwiches by the
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way that’s right yeah we didn’t like
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steal Cubans it’s not Miami oh so not
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the keys it’s not the keys so Matt if we
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were so that’ll be really don’t I’m
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looking forward to that too those are
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two writers blocks that are coming up
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back-to-back boom boom boom um so Matt
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if someone were on the world wide web
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and we’re looking to find us is that
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even possible
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and how luckily for people who have
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internet access they have the ability to
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find us they can find us on Facebook
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facebook.com slash muddy waters of
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freedom they can find
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nope they can find us on facebook at
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facebook.com slash muddied waters media
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they can focus on twitter at muddied
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underscore waters you can find us on
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instagram at muddy waters media you can
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find us on youtube at youtube.com slash
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on float at float dot app float that app
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slash muddied waters media and you can
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find us on anchor fm at anchored FM /
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and you can find us find this in every
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other episode at Muddy Waters Mediacom
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that’s awesome so as Jacob LaBelle said
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it is time for Jeff to nuke Beijing guys
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for those who don’t know real quick
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before we go so according to the
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Federation of American scientists
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roughly 15,000 nukes are in existence in
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the world the vast majority of which are
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owned by either the Russian government
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or United States government that they
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developed during the Cold War then there
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are several hundred that are owned by
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France and China and the United Kingdom
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and others and then then down there at
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the bottom somewhere between one and
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nine nukes are owned by Jeff do you know
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you don’t know who Jeff is I assume he’s
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either in Florida or South Carolina
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that’s fair that’s fair but Jeff I’m not
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saying I want you to nuke Beijing I
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don’t want you to new phasing no but the
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protesters I’m just saying you could
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nuke Beijing well you have nukes it’s
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another thing to say you could actually
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get them to Beijing but uh all I’m
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saying is if you know a Jeff in your
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life leave him the hell alone
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yeah cuz Jeff Jeff has nukes there is a
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Jeff who has possibly more nukes than
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Kim jong-un
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and my best guess is he’s somewhere in
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the u.s. Jeff is in the US that’s good
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old Jeff so guys thanks again for tuning
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in we will see you tomorrow and where
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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.