Episode 116 – Democrats Inquire About Impeachment

The Muddied Waters of Freedom with Matt Wright & Spike Cohen


About This Episode

Nancy Pelosi calls for impeachment on Trump over a phone call to the Ukrainian President. Talks of treason, bribery, or other high crimes are being floated around the beltway, while outside the beltway, way, way, outside the beltway American troops are landing in Saudi Arabia to help fight for our freedoms which are still in the Middle East


Episode Transcript

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today my message is that you will be
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have you seen
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and angry I am
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now morning good afternoon or good
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evening and welcome to the vanguard with
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me as always is
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I forgot the fucking intro with me as
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offices spike the silverback gorilla
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Cohen hey my buddy that’s that’s Matt
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right there sings mighty waters of
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freedom hey everybody man that intro
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what in the shit I liked it
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I like silverback gorilla and I like you
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being flustered so I’m good with all of
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that I had everything planned out and
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then that started and I was like did
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this grete metal Berg read a metal bird
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brett-o Middleburg man if you need to
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make that girl any less appealing to me
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you did it hey guys how are you doing I
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hope you liked our intro and if you
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didn’t catch it we might play it about
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halfway through that’ll be our new plug
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yes this climate change activism and
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Swedish death metal so guys funny thing
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we were supposed to have an episode on
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Tuesday and I couldn’t find all of my
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equipment so we didn’t have one I was so
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curious on that by the way how do you
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lose equipment couldn’t find him well
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that’s not true it was in the car and I
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didn’t know where the car was so
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technically I lost a car found it though
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so anyway so we’re now here on Thursday
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and boy are we happy to have you on boy
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howdy are we happy to have you guys on
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great day in the morning great day in
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the morning oh yeah
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Oh oh hey and allow me to thank oh yeah
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Kroger for this delicious purify
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drinking water right and allow me to
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thank Justin for this delicious non
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purified mud water Kappa tell Anaka well
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of anaka pool of anaka to you and yours
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so speaking of of annoying children we
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had a situation just north of us are our
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neighbors to the north the beloved
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frozen socialist Tundra of Canada yes
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Liam that I love land of my love your
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second your second home my second home
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literally my literal place I own no home
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with my love who was Canadian and so we
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had a situation where anyone who doesn’t
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know Justin Trudeau is has basically
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made a career out of being the poster
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non-gendered specific person of whatever
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the flavor of social justice is for the
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day um when he first came in in 2015 he
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made sure to have more women than men in
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his in his they don’t call it a cabinet
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they call it a government but basically
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his administration and he was asked why
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and he grinned and said cuz it’s 2015
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and that gives you an idea of what it’s
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been like to have Justin Trudeau as a
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Prime Minister because it’s only gotten
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worse he has basically been a massive
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social justice warrior he is the blue
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checkmark Twitterer
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in chief he is the virtue signalling
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Minister of the world of the world yes
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world he is the global leader if there’s
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a if the US president is the leader of
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the free world he’s the leader of the
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triggered world and has basically made a
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political career he so for those who
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don’t know Justin Trudeau’s dad
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Pierre Trudeau was Prime Minister for
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many many years he is the reason why the
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Canadian dollar is like 70 cents on the
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US dollar but that’s a whole other story
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he has been you know he was he was at
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his time the progressive hero for Canada
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so now Pierre Trudeau has basically or
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Justin has basically you know ridden on
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on those coattails but he had to add to
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it by being the biggest cancel culture
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sjw on the planet or at least the most
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powerful one and so he has made a very
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big deal out of destroying people for
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things they said or did or tweeted or
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were found doing years decades ago and
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he’s famous for saying that you know it
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doesn’t matter how long something
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happened ago there’s no context for it
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being acceptable to do something of
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racist or great or xenophobic or sexist
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or something like this and no I’m sure
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you guys have already seen this no but I
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would imagine that I would imagine that
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everybody’s already seen the very very
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culturally insensitive photo oh that’s a
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feather on that turban by the way oh
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I mean he’s dead like he’s got to be
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going for Prince Ali right Arabian
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Nights thing right so for some context
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he was a teacher at this very very
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exclusive private school because he’s a
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man of the people and he was a professor
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there and the theme was Arabian Nights
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and this was his interpretation of that
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cuz you couldn’t just put on a turban
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you had to go this has been described as
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black as brown face that is the darkest
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Arab I’ve ever seen ever I’ve never seen
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that is a they don’t really come that
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dark typically but unless they’re also
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black it’s like Morgan Freeman as a moor
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and
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that is right that is the mores of Robin
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Hood there who are decidedly not Arab um
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and yeah that’s that’s everything and
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this didn’t happen in the 70s up this
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was like 2004 or something like I mean
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that no one everyone there’s very
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uncomfortable in that photo especially
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the one he’s grappling right yeah our
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good friend on YouTube bass is saying
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that he is more concerned about how he
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has his hand around that lady’s neck
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yes yes because Wesley Snipes he is
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getting ready just like choke that one
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out this is not a good this is kind of
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like 50 shades except he’s only the one
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shade shade of grey otherwise known as
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charcoal sharpie
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I guess shoe polish black or as bass
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said Wesley Snipes black this is
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actually possibly darker than Wesley
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Snipes this is very very that is Donald
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Trump sharpie black that is that is an
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Arab who is headed to Alabama I’ll tell
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you that much and so that is corn pop
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black there is corn pop black this door
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pop black so it gets better guys because
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and I’m sure you’ve seen this as well
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you know he came out and said well
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that’s you know it’s terrible and I did
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that I can’t believe I did that
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how insensitive of me to have done a
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thing like that when I am in fact me I’m
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paraphrasing slightly and so he said
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this and people thought okay it’s he
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gonna ride this out and then this
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happened so and this has been confirmed
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to be him because I was the first one to
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say we don’t really know that’s him but
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his own campaign team he’s a really
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smart when that came out I was watching
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it and I was like you don’t know that’s
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him and then immediately the newscaster
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said his campaign team confirmed it okay
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well yeah so we never know that we do
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know that’s him you know we literally
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know that that is in fact him because he
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said it was and so he’s been on a bit of
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an apology tour in Canada and and and
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for those who don’t understand Canada
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they’re conservative party is to the
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left of the Democratic Party on things
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like health care the US Democratic Party
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on things like health care and and some
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other and some social issues and things
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like that and there may be to the right
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of that they’re basically at the same
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level as the Democratic Party that is
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Canada’s political right is our
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equivalent of the Democratic Party and
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then their equivalent of something to
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the left of the Democratic Party is the
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Liberal Party that Justin Trudeau is the
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head of and also Prime Minister of
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Canada they’re considered the centrist
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party or center-left party right there
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are then other parties that have some
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decent size
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decent sizes in both the federal
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parliament their legislature and the the
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provincial their version of state
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Parliament’s which are the the Green
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Party and the new democratic party which
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are like our Green Party except they
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actually have seats and so a Canada is
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decidedly to the upper you know on the
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the pump the political compass they are
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decidedly to the upper left of the US in
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terms of their political center and it’s
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in this context that they are seeing
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this one and this one and and so he’s
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trying to come out ahead of it at this
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point he’s just really pivoted a lot and
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at just shifting he’s pretty much just
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started talking about guns and the need
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to restrict gun violence which is funny
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cuz there’s been I don’t think anyone
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has actually been killed by a gun in
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Canada this year and so it’s just a
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really weird look for did you see the
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press conference that he was doing on
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the guns
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I saw it long enough to comment it was
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one of the most popular comments on that
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post I said finally Canada has a strong
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person of color leading them and so that
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was so I have a buddy that you can
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technically call him an international
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arms dealer
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but they bring in guns from other
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countries and sold them here but they
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were very interested in the in that
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announcement so they were watching it
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and he was he sent me the link to it so
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I started watching it and he was this is
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really funny watch about this time so I
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started watching and gets to the end
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where he’s like yeah we’re about to get
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rid of all of the guns and you know
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we’re really sure you know the people
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whatever and then as soon as the press
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conference was over everybody started
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asking them about the black guy serious
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well that doesn’t have anything to do
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with what’s going on here today you know
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and every but yeah we want to know about
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the three cases of blackface one when
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you were in high school the one where we
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don’t know how old you are and the one
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when you were 29 right yeah and I but
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he’s like that’s not the subject now the
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subject is the very very low gun murder
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rate right that and and and by the way
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Canada’s gun murder rate is low because
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Canada’s murder rate is low it’s not a
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function of gun control it’s a function
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of the fact that Canadians say they’re
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sorry to each other for talking just
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talking not even I mean it’s just an
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incredibly almost terminally polite
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society I’m sorry I’m sorry about that
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like people will literally walk up and
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go sorry and then start talking and I’m
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like why are you sorry like you’ve done
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nothing wrong friend and and then and if
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you say that the wolf sorry and like
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it’s like I mean this is a very sorry
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like so we have a so I didn’t mean to
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bother you there a well sorry sorry and
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then okay to come in and so like when
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I’m at the store I find that I have did
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myself kind of do this because if you
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just kind of walk through and even just
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say excuse me
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they’re like he didn’t apologize for
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existing near me and they think it’s
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it’s like it’s a very they’re just an
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oddly I think they’re very cold and I
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think that that makes you you know kind
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of question like what’s going on I don’t
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know I have no theory but socially there
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and incredibly and I say this in a good
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way and incredible
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I guess meek people a very kind of calm
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and and you know live-and-let-live type
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of people all that to say he’s riding
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you know this new gun control thing
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which according to the comments anyway
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in any of his social media post is
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wildly unpopular because they already
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have gun control so we’re gonna control
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it even more basically like no hunting
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pretty much so anyway so that’s uh the
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interesting thing is that the polling he
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has gone down in the polling but he’s
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still the favorite his party is still
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the favorite to get the most seats even
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if they don’t end up with a majority
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they’re still the favored to get the
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most seats because of where their
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support is in the Greater Toronto Area
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and of Ontario and in the Greater
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Montreal area of Quebec which is where
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most Canadians live so he’ll probably
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still be Prime Minister unless more of
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these come out which would be hilarious
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well then he said that he couldn’t
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guarantee their work he said he don’t
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know how many there might be out there
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that was that was my favorite part is
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well there might be more like a lot more
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yeah he’s you don’t know how many times
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you you did this this indicates to me
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that this was like his shtick like he
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did this this was a I’m like hi I’m
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Justin who likes to dress up in shoe
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polish this is like this isn’t someone
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like so it’s so people tried to compare
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it to Robert Downey jr. jr. in Tropic
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Thunder where he played an Australian
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character who was playing a black
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character right he was made to look like
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a ton actually his skin texture his skin
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tone was that of like a unbelievable
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skin tone for a black gentleman this is
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like
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I believe shoe polish that is definitely
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if you go and this which is supposed to
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be an Arab which the woman he’s trying
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to strangle there in the middle she
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could potentially be Arabic she might
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her I have no idea who she is or what
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her her you know her ethnicity is but
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that is a believable skin
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for an Arab so he could have literally
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just worn the getup maybe even without
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the feather and been a believable no one
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would have said oh you’re not staying
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true to character Justin look the Asian
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didn’t feel any need to change anything
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she’s just wearing a little I guess a
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hijab or a veil there she didn’t feel
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any need to like black it up and and the
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two the two white women that are in that
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photo didn’t do anything it doesn’t look
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like they dressed up at all no that is
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the typical Canadian response into an
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ethnic dress themed party would be
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showing up like that and going oh I’m
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just happy to be here she’s glad you
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invited me but Justin no Justin Justin
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Justin no still went all out for this
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Justin you got to give him that he we
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know I won’t give him that because the
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outfit I’ll give him that he went all
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out on the outfit there was zero need
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for him to go blue black for this event
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this was not I don’t I I I can only
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pause it that he’s never met an Arab
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which he was in Canada at the time
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except Canada is a massively I was good
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I was about to go wait no that’s not
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right that’s the thing like so the areas
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so Canada’s like 92% white or something
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like that but the metro areas like where
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I am I’m the only white person in our
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neighborhood it is a very re as a very
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what they call Brown neighborhood a lot
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of Indians a lot of Bangladeshis a lot
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of Pakistanis there’s also a lot of West
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Indians people you know Caribbean people
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most of them who more black there’s a
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bunch of Asians I’m the white guy just
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me and I’m Jewish so according to a lot
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of you know white nationalists I’m not
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even the white guy so that’s not
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uncommon so I I have to think he’d met
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an Arab before this this here and I’d
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have to think he met an African person
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person of African descent for this one
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right right here so that was a lot of
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fun and I don’t I you know
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I don’t I don’t I think that’s pretty
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much all that can be said about it
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speaking of brown people who are lovable
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tulsi gabbard Matt so tell us about told
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I have a Tulsi man Tulsi Gabbard because
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the truth becomes the 12th Democratic
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candidate to qualify for the next debate
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Tulsi they’re good I think well how many
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were on the last stage we don’t know
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because we weren’t allowed to live
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streaming and I think it was 10 I think
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it was 10 okay so we got two more we got
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two more on this time then last time
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Andrew yang recently has taken over a
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mayor PD in the polls yeah Elizabeth
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Warren now appears to be the
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front-runner Marianne Williamson
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dear Marianne the orde mother mm-hmm
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what is she gonna do spike Oh Marianne
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is sadly not going to be there live to
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fight the collective eyed the dark
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psychic force of collectivise hatred
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that’s right she won’t be but she’s
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still trying to fight the dark psychic
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forces of collectivization base so
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Marianne just needs to get two percent
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or higher in at least three more
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qualifying polls because you need four
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so not looking like Marianne’s gonna
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make that next cut by October 15th and
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we are happy to announce yeah that will
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be live streaming this debate on
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exclusively exclusively on float app
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exclusively so that we don’t get blocked
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from streaming on the Internet
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right so we don’t get killed on the
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Internet we’ll be on the one platform
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and then we will oh that doesn’t care
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about you know share the because we can
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we can upload it afterwards we can
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upload it places afterwards that’s legal
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I’ve looked into that okay yeah we just
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can’t live streaming so as long as we
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record it in the background and
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then recruited I don’t like the look
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you’re giving me right if you say so
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it’s it that is a hundred percent legal
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I did I’ve looked into that as it can’t
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be live except on float where they don’t
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care so at the very least guys we will
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be on float and your favorite podcasting
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app that’s right if you are watching us
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right now
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on any of the social media platforms
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that we are on right now I included a
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link on where you can find it because
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you can watch this show there right now
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is yeah you can watch anything we’re
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doing live yeah but and also the quality
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on that is just so much better than
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there it’s it is as good as what I see
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on my streaming software there is ZERO
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buffering or anything else or
23:52
compression or anything it is just
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straight up
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it’s an rtmp I sort of know what that is
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but basically it’s it just looks really
24:03
really good and they don’t care what we
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do there um which is really good and so
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once they offer the ability to archive
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our live videos I might just leave all
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other social media platforms and just be
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on there yes because it’s just it is a
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really good experience
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float dot app FL OTE app so yeah you’ll
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be able to find us there on October 15th
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which is coming up really quick that’s
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Gemma getting three second blood I’ll
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come up with a better
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so speaking of primaries and debates
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bill weld recently had a Republican
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debate against joe walsh you may not
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have known about it because it wasn’t
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really widely reported bill weld in this
25:06
debate said he supports red flag was
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said that he I should written these down
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in the notes he sports red flag laws he
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supports universal background checks
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what basically means Joe Walsh also
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supported the universal background check
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yeah
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anyone who’s thinking that there’s in
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the Republican Party this you know hyper
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you know conservative constitutionalist
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that’s running against Trump I guess
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Mark Sanford you could call him that
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he’s kind of a Liberty leaning
25:40
Republican he has about as much chance
25:43
as bill weld and and and and and Walsh
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do but between Walsh and weld there
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pretty much every bit as progressive as
25:52
Trump is they just don’t want to say
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mean stuff although Joe Walsh is one of
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the most inflammatory I’m not sure what
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his why he doesn’t like Trump honestly
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you know he would like I don’t know what
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happened there I’m not sure what
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happened there not sure what happened
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there but bill weld the bill weld who at
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for those who know below go ahead the
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life of the lifelong libertarian bill
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will lifetime member
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the original libertarian original gun
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grabbing drug warrior bill weld who oh
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he also doubled down on his defense of
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Hillary Clinton yes that was the other
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one
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cuz he’s super libertarian and so he was
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a Republican governor of Massachusetts
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who introduced gun control and many
26:44
other really libertarian things as his
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times a Republican governor then he’d
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went over to the libertarian party where
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he ran as the running mate for Gary
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Johnson that literally no one but Gary
26:57
Johnson wanted and nobody and they
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literally voted him on because Gary
27:03
Johnson asked for him yep as I was at
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that convention yeah so Matt can tell
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you no one wanted him they they just did
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it because they liked Gary they didn’t
27:17
want Gary as they’re running as their as
27:19
their candidate and he said I want bill
27:21
weld they went okay
27:24
and so bill weld thanked them for that
27:27
by becoming a Hillary Clinton apologist
27:29
for roughly three months although pretty
27:33
much all the way up to the election
27:35
destroying any chance of the Libertarian
27:37
Party getting five percent of the vote
27:39
and winning and so then he continued to
27:45
stay on with the party until he then
27:47
decided to also lose as a Republican
27:50
again what she’s doing now and you know
27:53
the Liberty assess of doing yeah he’s in
27:56
the process of losing and the
27:58
Libertarian Party is not taking this
27:59
sitting down at all let me tell you in
28:02
fact no less than the chair of the
28:04
libertarian Knicks our walk has said
28:05
he’s gonna vote for weld in the primary
28:10
because that’s what you want from a
28:13
party leader is to vote for someone else
28:16
to vote for somebody else another party
28:19
who was not libertarian who is not
28:22
libertarian and so I’ve heard so many
28:25
different arguments on this cuz
28:27
libertarians don’t a look don’t nominate
28:29
their presidential candidates the way
28:31
that most of us do right like right the
28:33
parties do I’m not a member of any party
28:36
so I can now don’t nominate anybody but
28:41
they send people to a convention and the
28:44
people at the convention vote on who it
28:46
should be right they don’t hold
28:48
primaries they don’t they don’t have
28:51
elections like that you send delegates
28:53
to the convention the people the
28:55
delegates vote on who it should be and
28:56
that is how they choose so they’re
28:59
saying since if you are in an open
29:00
primary state why not vote for people
29:03
that you want to see against your your
29:06
preferred candidate okay so if his
29:11
thought process is okay I’m gonna vote
29:12
for weld so that weld will potentially
29:17
win New Hampshire won’t but just so our
29:27
candidate will be will be able to beat
29:30
him like I don’t understand it’s it’s
29:34
it’s you don’t understand it cuz it’s a
29:36
terrible argument so
29:38
like that that’s that is the only
29:40
closest that is the closest to a good
29:42
argument I have heard right so here’s
29:45
the problem with that argument it would
29:48
make sense because some people have made
29:49
the comparison to libertarians who
29:51
supported Ron Paul when he was a
29:54
Republican when he was in office the
29:57
difference is that Ron Paul was a strict
29:59
libertarian he was not only the most
30:01
libertarian person in Congress or really
30:04
in the federal government as an elected
30:07
official he was libertarian and I’d say
30:13
at least half of the people I’ve spoken
30:15
with who joined the libertarian party in
30:18
our age range or a little bit younger a
30:21
little bit older it was Ron Paul that
30:23
brought half of them here so there’s not
30:26
really a comparison between Ron Paul and
30:29
someone who is somehow less libertarian
30:33
than Trump or at least pretty much as
30:37
libertarian as Trump just not
30:39
libertarian he is a neocon he supports
30:44
the wars overseas he supports the war on
30:47
drugs
30:47
he supports escalating the war on drugs
30:50
I can almost guarantee you he supports
30:53
the VAP ban and I think my understanding
30:56
is he’s somewhat libertarian on
30:59
immigration and specifically weed but
31:06
not the other drugs other drugs so if we
31:09
were talking if there were a Liberty
31:11
candidate on the Republican Party who
31:14
also has no chance of winning but is at
31:16
least spreading let’s say Rand Paul
31:17
broke off and said I’m a libertarian
31:19
again after the last couple years of
31:21
bullshit but I’m now a libertarian again
31:23
guys rest assured I’m totally not gonna
31:26
do what I did four years ago and so he
31:29
or three years ago and so let’s say he
31:33
jumped in and nixed our walk or whomever
31:36
said okay well I’m gonna vote for him
31:38
because he’s more libertarian and it
31:40
doesn’t affect my voting in the
31:41
libertarian primary da da da da still
31:44
not a great idea and here’s why you were
31:46
the chair of a party you
31:51
suppose supposed to be partisan because
31:55
you are the head of that party the
31:58
Libertarian Party already has a
32:00
perception problem that it is a place
32:03
where failed Republicans go to die it is
32:08
a place where washed-up
32:09
former Republicans who you know want to
32:13
give it one last loss and when I talk to
32:18
people and tell them I’m a libertarian
32:19
they’ll go oh you mean like Rand Paul or
32:22
oh you mean like Gary Johnson oh how do
32:25
you know we’re a leper Wiz I bet you
32:27
like weed huh
32:28
that is already the perception and when
32:31
you go I’m gonna vote for the next
32:34
Republican retread who doesn’t like
32:36
Trump a lot and I’m the head of the
32:40
party that gives a pretty big signal to
32:43
people who are interested in finding out
32:44
more about the Libertarian Party that
32:47
even its own chair is really kind of
32:49
just more interested the perception is
32:51
that he’s more interested in what the
32:53
Republicans are doing which would make
32:56
me wonder why I’d give a crap what
32:57
they’re doing so not we could optics
33:02
right guys it awful optics but next our
33:06
work is awful at optics he can run a
33:10
meeting though Matt yeah no he can’t he
33:13
can literally show him and he is I
33:19
dislike this Matt this is our show go
33:22
off so I want to at the Florida
33:26
libertarian convention back in 2016
33:27
where we had the debates and Gary
33:29
Johnson Austin Peterson the McAfee Perry
33:35
Oh what was that Jewish guys think he
33:37
was really cool oh yeah and he died um
33:41
I’m that libertarian he’s the one that
33:44
coined that Feldman Feldman they were
33:48
all doing their debate there and at the
33:51
end of it Nix our work was closing out
33:55
he said one last thing seven different
33:59
times I was on like four hours of sleep
34:04
it’s a libertarian convention none of us
34:07
sleep during it I had to drive back
34:09
across I had to try it back across the
34:13
state after that and I couldn’t leave
34:16
early because I was doing the sound so I
34:19
was sitting here listening to the smarmy
34:23
little fuck Nix our walk going off and
34:28
every time he said one last thing I was
34:31
like I’ll thank God and then he would
34:33
say his one last thing and I was like
34:34
yes I’m like getting ready rip the
34:36
headphones out so I can go get 5-hour
34:39
energy and drive home and then but one
34:41
last thing when you go to the airport
34:45
avoid the scanners make them give you
34:48
the TSA rub-and-tug make them earn that
34:51
tax money yeah he said that and I was
34:55
like okay whatever
34:56
maybe he didn’t realize he said one less
34:58
thing five more times he said one last
35:00
thing and I said I hate this person I
35:02
want ID I want him out he is now
35:07
aggressing on my time he’s he’s violated
35:12
your one last thing nap yes and I was so
35:15
mad at him and I have hated him since
35:17
and then after that was the first time I
35:19
ever like learned anything about him and
35:20
then he just got worse in my eyes every
35:23
time he opened his mouth so guys but
35:27
don’t worry he’s totally redeemed
35:28
himself because he’s gonna vote for Bill
35:30
well bill whoa oh and he was in a debate
35:35
recently with Dave Smith where they
35:38
argued so that it was an Oxford style
35:42
debate where they have a question posed
35:44
and then one side argues for the or they
35:47
have a statement posed and one side
35:50
argues the affirmative and one side
35:52
argues the the negative and so the
35:56
statement was the libertarian party’s
35:58
should no longer run candidates such as
36:01
Gary candidates like Gary Johnson and
36:04
and Bill weld and Dave Smith argued for
36:08
the affirmative of that that the
36:09
Libertarian Party should definitely not
36:10
do that anymore and so our work argued
36:12
the negative that the absolute we should
36:14
definitely do that again
36:15
and in that debate
36:17
NIC’s our work said among other things
36:19
that he’d also support Dick Cheney
36:21
running as a libertarian he said that
36:24
the endless wars do not affect us here
36:27
at home they just don’t somehow and
36:32
magic war just a magic war doesn’t
36:38
affect us and any argue that we needed
36:41
to take baby steps which apparently
36:43
includes voting for the worst
36:45
Republicans we can find as long as they
36:49
dislike Trump basically and Justin Amash
36:53
Justin mashed which just in a match yeah
36:57
I’m not you know if I had to pick a
37:00
congressperson to say that you know I
37:03
agree with him more than most others
37:05
congresspeople that would be just in a
37:07
mesh and he often is is is you know
37:10
principled and correct when it comes to
37:12
that kind of stuff I don’t agree with
37:13
them I also don’t seem really as a
37:14
libertarian as much as a strict
37:16
constitutionalist which is a completely
37:18
different thing but regardless Justin
37:21
Amash is not build weld and he’s also
37:25
not a libertarian that’s how bad it is
37:26
you’ve got your actual libertarians then
37:29
you’ve got your Justin Amash who it’s
37:31
got some Liberty stuff and then you have
37:33
bill weld who we might as well nominate
37:35
Hillary Clinton or at Robert or almost
37:39
anybody else that has run Alexandria kzo
37:42
Cortes what the hell why yeah when she
37:44
doesn’t like Trump so so that happened
37:49
AOC fails that in the in the Democratic
37:53
Party
37:53
like people get sick of her she might
37:56
lose right she ends up losing to a
37:58
Republican she like needs to rebuild her
38:01
so she joins the Libertarian Party of
38:03
New York Knicks are work Kremes himself
38:06
and he’s like oh my god we have a OC
38:09
let’s just push her everywhere and then
38:14
now he’s saying you have to support this
38:17
woman who wants the green new deep baby
38:19
steps mat it’s baby steps you have to
38:21
take we’re gonna get the one thing
38:23
that’s gonna make a god he’s a more baby
38:25
step one lay I’m not a member of the
38:29
Libertarian Party anymore I left a few
38:31
years
38:32
but if you are a member of the
38:34
Libertarian Party Joshy Bear Smith is
38:37
running for chair vote for him bear down
38:43
on Joshy bear we’re down on Joshy by
38:45
2020 oh so we like Joshy we’re here I’m
38:53
we’re good friends we’re bear bears
38:56
we’re bear heads over here but I don’t
38:59
think we’re bear bears the bear who
39:01
cares just bears man Joshy bear the bear
39:04
who cares the bear so so speaking of I
39:11
don’t have a speaking of a country bill
39:14
weld probably wants to bomb I don’t know
39:17
sure oh one other thing about this are
39:20
work thing so so our work presents a
39:23
false dilemma that you have to choose
39:28
one or the other you either have to pick
39:30
some libertarian who might win a million
39:33
you know a million and I’m actually
39:36
paraphrasing Dave Smith here’s for those
39:37
who have watched the debate so you
39:39
either have to find someone who you know
39:41
picked a meal you know who can maybe
39:43
convert a million people to
39:44
libertarianism or you have to pick
39:46
someone like bill weld who can get
39:48
seventy million votes and you know
39:50
that’s the pragmatic position the the 1
39:52
million people that’s the that’s the
39:54
radical position and that the 70 million
39:56
votes is the pragmatic position because
39:58
it’s definitely pragmatic to think that
40:00
bill weld can get 70 million votes that
40:04
is absolute pragmatism and being very
40:07
realistic as well you’re never gonna get
40:10
70 million anything’s unless you
40:13
actually convert people to what you
40:16
believe and if we believe that with a
40:19
bill well unless you want to just be
40:22
another Republican party in which case
40:23
people are gonna say why don’t I just a
40:25
Republican why am i splitting the
40:27
Republican vote with the Republican
40:29
light party if I can just vote
40:32
Republican and have a better chance of
40:33
someone like that winning right whereas
40:36
if you actually present a real stark
40:38
alternative to those two things you’re
40:41
still going to lose probably for at
40:43
least a few elections but you
40:45
actually build something there you can
40:47
actually build a real thing that even if
40:50
it doesn’t win elections it can at least
40:51
influence the elections or something if
40:54
you even believe that elections can fix
40:56
any of this which is debatable but if it
40:59
is gonna fix it ain’t gonna do it with
41:01
damn bill weld so speaking of white
41:05
people being troublesome I I don’t
41:12
there’s it there is no do you have a sec
41:16
wait for the true yeah I did okay good
41:19
that’s better than now and okay good
41:20
people trying to build something ah in
41:23
the Kratz are working hard to build a
41:25
case to impede strim yeah that’s a good
41:27
one thank you so on Tuesday we were
41:34
supposed to have a show as we mentioned
41:36
before and we ended up not having it
41:38
because spike left something in the car
41:43
really sure how that worked out but that
41:47
did so obviously the biggest news on
41:56
Tuesday was that Nancy Pelosi the
42:02
Cryptkeeper
42:03
arose from her grave just as the Sun was
42:06
going down as to not burst into flames
42:10
and I just made a creek keeper and a
42:14
vampire reference in the same sense that
42:16
was a nice I like that to announce that
42:21
the Democratic Party is opening a
42:24
impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump
42:29
now this seems like it has been on the
42:37
this seems as though it has been on the
42:40
docket for quite some time and they’ve
42:42
been just continually looking for a
42:44
reason to do it
42:45
they’ve just constantly okay we’re like
42:47
basically from day one it has been
42:50
they’re looking for a reason to impeach
42:52
Donald Trump oh yeah yeah yeah from day
42:55
one day one at heaters
42:58
stroke stroke stroke
43:02
Peter strain old Peter Striz aaaghh
43:04
Peter stroke whose name looks like it
43:06
was written by somebody having one we
43:23
said the only way we’re gonna get Donald
43:25
Trump out of office and defeat him is to
43:27
impeach him and it seems like all of the
43:29
Democrats went let’s listen to this
43:31
drizzly lot guys and you had the you had
43:37
the Russian investigation that didn’t go
43:39
anywhere that turned out to be a huge
43:41
nothing burger yeah meeting up and to to
43:45
the pinnacle on July 24th when Mueller
43:50
testified in front of Congress and gave
43:55
his whole thing gave his whole testimony
43:58
and then it just sort of went away
43:59
because he was like yeah there’s really
44:01
nothing I mean he showed up a tired
44:03
broken man he did who just it was like
44:08
why am I here I already told you
44:11
everything that I had to tell you I said
44:15
that he was it he was the oh there was
44:19
only a question as to whether or not he
44:22
was potentially liable for obstruction
44:27
and I leave that up to the Attorney
44:29
General to decide that and the Attorney
44:31
General said it wasn’t and that’s really
44:34
the end of it so if you’re gonna do an
44:37
impeachment then do it and if you’re not
44:39
then don’t because that we’re not gonna
44:41
arrest him right basically that was July
44:45
24th correct Donald Trump felt he was in
44:48
the clear everything’s gonna be fine
44:50
bright pink came July 25th where Donald
44:55
Trump made a phone call he made a phone
45:01
call to the no one can read this I’m
45:04
taking this down don’t get worried about
45:05
this no one can read damn it this
45:10
happened when you asked me for
45:12
like why like how she’s gonna read
45:14
segments put it up there I just a
45:18
journal of record here you go right so
45:21
on July 25th he said thinking he’s
45:24
invincible he calls the president of
45:25
Ukraine to congratulate him on his
45:28
party’s winning of their parliamentary
45:30
system and in this phone call
45:35
oh so before that phone call what’s we
45:38
have to go back just a little bit before
45:41
that phone called Donald Trump withheld
45:42
four hundred million dollars in military
45:44
aid to Ukraine for a week withheld for a
45:52
week waiting until after the phone call
45:54
originally he stated that it is because
45:56
he feared bureaucratic corruption within
45:58
Ukraine’s government more recently he
46:01
has shifted that saying it was because
46:03
there wasn’t similar financial
46:05
contributions by other Western powers
46:07
like Germany which he does bring up in
46:08
the phone call now a week what he says
46:14
in the phone call is hang on
46:18
I should have highlighted the the where
46:22
does he talk about it’s right here yeah
46:26
it’s right there it’s right there he
46:28
talks about he talks about Angela Merkel
46:32
and saying how they aren’t actually
46:33
doing anything Angela Merkel isn’t doing
46:36
anything with a with it but we’re here
46:38
to help you and then he says I know that
46:40
you know that we’ve been going through a
46:42
lot here I know you know that we’ve been
46:45
going through a lot here and we’d like
46:47
your help assumably he is talking and
46:51
all of this is allegedly there this is
46:54
all being inferred right this is what
46:56
people are saying he is saying here we
46:59
really don’t know but his his legend is
47:02
being alleged that he is saying because
47:05
of all the stuff that’s been going on
47:06
with Russia the country’s been going
47:08
through a lot so we need your help now
47:12
quick flashback to 2,000 volts 15 ish
47:18
Joe Biden who at the time
47:23
was the front-runner for the Dems now it
47:24
seems to be a little bit worn you know
47:26
it’s kind of going back and forth right
47:27
Joe was the vice president he called up
47:31
Ukraine and demanded that he ended an
47:36
investigation that they ended an
47:39
investigation into the natural gas
47:41
company that was paying his son $50,000
47:45
a month the natural gas company was
47:50
being investigated by the Ukrainian
47:52
government and he called him up he goes
47:54
hey stop that
47:55
except you know in his southern charm
47:57
which is weird for a guy from Delaware
47:59
right and his weird southern Delaware
48:01
Cory mob accent yes right and they said
48:06
okay fine we’re not going to do it later
48:08
Joe Biden bragged about bribing them
48:12
which I actually saw that video shortly
48:14
before we went on the area I didn’t have
48:16
time to uh plane load it would have been
48:20
great
48:21
not even awesome yeah that would have
48:23
been great but yeah so he bragged about
48:26
he bragged about bribery talking about
48:28
Ukraine and that’s what people think
48:29
that was in reference to a lot of this
48:33
is just stuff that’s being inferred
48:34
right so Trump says I need a favor from
48:38
you I need a favor from you
48:41
you’re surrounding yourself with smart
48:43
people if if you could do something for
48:47
us that would be great and the and the
48:51
President or the president of Zimbabwe
48:53
president szalinski who I believe is the
48:56
youngest person ever elected as a
48:59
worldly I believe and he’s also a
49:02
comedian yes so he got his start this I
49:06
just need to give this aside because
49:08
this is like what would be in a movie it
49:11
was like that movie with Robin Williams
49:14
where he was running for president he
49:15
was actually a comedian um so this guy
49:20
szalinski is a very like well-known
49:22
comedic actor in the Ukraine and he did
49:24
a show which in in the show he was a
49:29
comedian who ran for president and won
49:31
and how ridiculous that was it was
49:33
either a show or a movie I think it was
49:34
a show and he was so pop
49:36
I think uranium what’s that with Robin
49:40
Williams yeah was Robert I think it was
49:42
Robin Williams Robin Williams and when
49:44
Lewis Black it was called man of the
49:47
year okay and he ended up winning
49:49
because of voter fraud that messed up ah
49:52
the computer program that was supposed
49:54
to get like it was supposed to
49:56
automatically spoiler it was supposed to
49:58
automatically send in if you haven’t
50:02
seen this movie if it’s seen man of the
50:04
year spoiler spoiler alert for the
50:07
people out there many of you who haven’t
50:09
seen this movie there was a voter there
50:13
was a there was a computer bug that was
50:16
put in it like a program that was put
50:18
into the voting system so that people
50:20
would vote for a certain amount of votes
50:22
would automatically switch to the first
50:25
person alphabetically but when he came
50:27
in his name was I think Abramson with
50:30
two ways and then the next person was
50:32
like a Adams or something like that so I
50:35
ended up being the votes and he ended up
50:37
winning and then because he was the
50:40
stand-up comedian okay great
50:44
since he was the stand-up guy he you
50:47
know back down so in this show he was
50:51
Solinsky was running for president as a
50:54
joke and won and because you know
50:58
Ukrainian politics was so corrupt I’m
50:59
having a glasses issue by the way guys
51:02
so just bear with me
51:05
don’t mind me oh so then so it was so
51:08
popular the show and Ukrainian they were
51:12
so fed up with their their main two
51:14
parties that they went and voted for
51:15
this guy so now he’s the president of
51:17
the country right and so he’s the
51:21
president of the country his party now
51:23
is in charge of all of the government
51:25
well yeah it’s in charge of the
51:27
Ukrainian government his party like in
51:29
Donald Trump’s like you’re surrounding
51:31
yourself with very smart people and you
51:34
know cuz you hear that a lot for
51:36
comedians
51:39
they’re well-known for surrounding
51:41
themselves with smart right exactly so
51:43
he calls them up to make sure that they
51:45
don’t have any any corruption going on
51:48
in that government if
51:50
he’d give some 400 million dollars in
51:52
military aid right and he says the
51:56
former ambassador for United States
51:58
the woman was bad news and the people
52:01
she was dealing with in the Ukraine with
52:02
bad news so I just wanted to let you
52:04
know that the other thing there’s a lot
52:06
of talk about Biden’s son that Biden
52:09
stopped the prosecution and a lot of
52:11
people want to find out about that so
52:13
whatever you can do with the attorney
52:15
general would be great
52:16
Biden went around bragging that he
52:18
stopped the prosecution so if you can
52:20
look into it it sounds horrible to me
52:22
now nowhere in there does he say I were
52:25
I’m not gonna give you the money right
52:27
is it inferred like is it implied
52:31
possibly it really depends on whether or
52:33
not you want to infer that from this
52:35
conversation the president Zielinski the
52:39
stand-up comedian he said yeah no
52:45
absolutely uh wanted to tell you about
52:47
the prosecutor I can’t do a Ukrainian
52:49
accent so I might even attempt to tell
52:53
you about that but uh yeah absolutely I
52:55
can look into that and right the
52:57
president says well I’m gonna have mr.
53:00
Giuliani
53:00
and the Attorney General William bar
53:03
contact chip and he says great look
53:07
forward to talking to you again
53:08
can’t wait always love it when you call
53:12
okay
53:13
so then and then on on Tuesday Nancy
53:19
Pelosi rises from her crypt like Rita
53:23
Repulsa of Power Rangers Fame this is
53:25
finally I am free we are going to I’m
53:29
not gonna do my Rita Repulsa
53:30
impersonation but she and she announces
53:34
that she’s going to impeach the
53:37
president or start an inquiry into the
53:42
impeachment of the president right now
53:45
this is a not a second hand but a third
53:48
hand account from the whistleblower
53:50
correct so the whistleblower who was
53:52
outed today he is a CIA agent that was
53:55
working at the White House which is
53:59
great because I watched I watched the
54:02
entire
54:03
three and a half hours of that hearing
54:07
today god yeah I know it was awful it
54:11
was so awful how many times can you
54:13
listen to one guy go I followed the
54:15
chain of command and I took it to the
54:17
department of legal at the White House
54:19
and then to the department of legal at
54:21
the Justice Department and have Adam
54:24
Schiff go but the people in the
54:26
complaint word member it was the leader
54:29
of the white house and the leader of the
54:30
Justice Department don’t you think that
54:32
this was a conflict of interest yes but
54:35
I followed the chain of command oh my
54:38
god like so it was like I’m Kafka okay
54:41
right but the one thing he said in there
54:43
was he is dedicated to making sure that
54:45
the whistleblower stays anonymous and
54:49
moments after we’ve ended whistleblower
54:53
revealed to be CIA who was working at
54:57
White House David Ballentine says our IP
55:00
to that CIA agent and that’s maybe
55:03
although I don’t know I mean unless he
55:06
comes up with something he comes up with
55:08
something for the Clintons he’s as good
55:10
as suicide it did Trump I he’s gonna
55:15
trump’s gonna like destroy this guy on
55:19
twitter so RI me there’s a nice Twitter
55:22
mentions he hittin this dude on Twitter
55:24
yeah yeah so alright people guys Twitter
55:25
mentions yeah at the very least he’s
55:29
gonna call up Bill how do I get so a
55:48
third hangin account makes a person who
55:53
heard okay so that the phone call
55:55
happened right the phone call happened
55:57
and people took notes because that’s how
56:00
those things go right and people took
56:02
notes the people who took the notes
56:04
we’re having a conversation that
56:06
somebody overheard somebody the person
56:09
that I overheard it made the complaint
56:12
and he said that bro
56:17
so Trump so Trump said something to
56:20
someone which Giuliani then said that
56:22
someone that took notes who then was
56:25
overheard by this person who’s telling
56:28
us right so it’s like a game of
56:32
telephone exactly and if you they say
56:36
that in the call Trump pressured the
56:38
Ukrainian president three times to open
56:42
an investigation on buying erodes he
56:43
wasn’t going to get the money now I read
56:46
the transcript of the call which isn’t
56:48
really a transcript it’s like it’s more
56:51
of an account it’s more of really an
56:56
account of the phone call the best that
56:59
the note takers had taken it right
57:02
because allegedly the transcript had
57:05
been moved from the normal computer to a
57:07
super-secret spy computer is the best
57:09
way to put that and they moved it over
57:13
there so nobody would be able to hear
57:14
that phone call because maybe possibly
57:16
allegedly it’s violates a bunch of balls
57:21
what you might yeah right so the people
57:26
turned over the transcript or the notes
57:28
of the transcript and the transcript
57:30
doesn’t I read it and I was like okay
57:33
this is not as damning as they are
57:39
saying it is in the news right it’s not
57:44
like you’re gonna do this or word you’re
57:47
not gonna get this money like it’s it’s
57:49
never stated as obviously right it’s
57:51
kind of an implied it quid pro quo II as
57:55
she type whoa yeah we want to give you
57:58
the money but hey hey hey by the way
58:00
right totally unrelated we’d really like
58:06
if you look into this and talk to my
58:07
personal attorney Rudy Giuliani I would
58:11
discuss pas of picking Rudy Giuliani as
58:16
your attorney because Michael Cohen
58:21
worked out beautifully right that worked
58:25
out just now so clearly the next option
58:30
Rudy Guiliani who cannot help but
58:34
incriminate himself on a regular basis
58:37
in front of many it on international
58:41
television that is definitely who I
58:44
would want as my attorney yes Rudy
58:48
Giuliani America’s mayor a marriage yet
58:51
true the mayor of america america’s
58:55
lawyer that’s not sure Chris Reynolds
58:58
personal injury attorney Chris Reynolds
58:59
attorney at law is actually America’s
59:02
and American lawyer big shout-out to
59:04
Chris Reynolds for explaining so much
59:06
stuff to me over the last three if any
59:11
show was brought to you by personal
59:13
injury attorney Chris Reynolds attorney
59:14
in law this guy right here that way this
59:19
is definitely the Chris Reynolds the
59:20
muddied Chris of Reynolds later on we’re
59:23
going to be referring to the muddy
59:25
waters media legal team and that would
59:27
be Chris right that would literally just
59:28
be Chris Reynolds that’s right so Chris
59:32
Reynolds was talking to me about about
59:35
whether or not this is a quid pro quo
59:39
which is now something that so many
59:41
people have in their lexicon it’s a quid
59:51
pro quo what’s that mean I you know
59:53
people apparently did not watch Silence
59:55
of the Lambs cuz that’s where I learned
59:57
it when I was like 13 years old and my
59:59
parents said don’t watch that so he
60:05
explained it to me as in okay let’s say
60:08
that I am I Chris Reynolds and renting
60:11
you your house and I am paying your I’m
60:15
reading you your house but I’m paying
60:16
all of your bills and I am buying many
60:20
copies of the books that you write that
60:22
no one reads direct quote from Chris
60:25
Reynolds I know
60:28
because okay it’s done
60:31
it’s stung a little bit but I was in the
60:33
middle of a consult so I was just I’m
60:36
gonna let that go because I need to
60:38
finish this consult and he said
60:44
usually and I buy a lot of the book so
60:46
many people that nobody reads and you
60:49
know I’m kind of supporting you in many
60:51
different ways blah blah blah right all
60:52
you two do is John sterner is giving me
60:59
a hard time I just need you to take care
61:00
of that I don’t say what I need you to
61:02
do I don’t you know I don’t say what I
61:04
don’t say anything else
61:06
you take upon yourself to kill him it
61:10
could I could still be culpable for that
61:15
it depends like he said that the defense
61:18
attorney would have a great time trying
61:20
to defend that because he’d be like well
61:23
no he never said that but I never said
61:25
killed him he never yeah right yeah
61:27
attorney-client privileged information
61:29
according to Chris Reynolds that only
61:32
goes one way I believe Chris I’m not a
61:33
hundred percent sure how ya decided to
61:41
share that but uh but ouch
61:44
also right alrighty Matt’s feelings
61:48
right I mean he did that during the
61:51
meeting so whatever free constant Matt
61:55
so what is happening here is whether or
61:58
not you are going to be able to convince
62:00
everybody that what Trump did was trade
62:04
these two items the four million dollars
62:08
for investigating Biden and his son
62:10
mm-hmm so that is where the issue is
62:14
going to come up now in the Democratic
62:17
house that we have there’s 235 Democrats
62:20
in the house you need 217 people to vote
62:22
YES for impeachment for the management
62:25
in Multan I’m getting to that part Chris
62:29
I promise
62:30
and so you need you need that 217 people
62:35
that is 98 percent gonna happen oh yeah
62:43
98 percent chances yeah yeah yeah yo no
62:46
that’s definitely gonna happen for the
62:49
house to vote to impeach em yes
62:52
definitely happening I’m only giving the
62:56
two percent just
62:58
just because you know I don’t want to
63:01
vote 100 I don’t want about a hundred
63:03
percent on that because then it won’t
63:05
happen but it this is gonna happen like
63:10
III will say the odds of it not
63:12
happening are infinitesimal and it would
63:15
take something really horrific that
63:17
would put everything else on the back
63:19
burner because this is there they are
63:22
convinced that this is good Pelosi is
63:25
not convinced that this is a good idea
63:27
because Pelosi has been around DC for a
63:30
while and she understands how elections
63:31
work and we’ll get into that later but
63:33
she steering the ship right now right
63:37
now the stupid ship is being steered by
63:39
progressive activists but what Pelosi
63:42
does know what Pelosi does know is that
63:45
she does have the votes to get the
63:48
impeachment oh yeah yeah she knows that
63:50
I think that every time before this any
63:53
time anything else has come up she
63:55
didn’t have the votes which is why she
63:57
never brought it no she has the votes
63:59
now what this this definitely has the
64:02
votes now now but what Pelosi also
64:05
understands is that there are many areas
64:08
like Michigan Pennsylvania outside of
64:11
Philadelphia Michigan Pennsylvania
64:13
outside of Philadelphia lots of places
64:15
in the Rust Belt that are traditionally
64:18
democratic states right went for Trump
64:21
in 2016 but then went back and voted
64:24
Democrat into the house in 2018 and 2018
64:27
right don’t that don’t support
64:30
impeachment right this cause she
64:34
understands may cost them to lead in the
64:37
house in 2020 so she’s actually banking
64:40
a lot but she also wants to be the
64:43
oldest Speaker of the House in history
64:46
is she not if she wins this next time
64:50
she will be who was older than her I
64:53
have no idea I didn’t look that part oh
64:55
my god let me look that up so she knows
65:00
she needs to do this for the party to
65:02
elect her again so she’s going forward
65:07
with the impeachment in order to keep
65:10
pushing
65:11
her agenda as long as they have control
65:14
which quite possibly will only be until
65:17
January of 2021 because of the
65:20
impeachment right now because of I lost
65:31
where I wasn’t my notes so because this
65:36
is going on she is because of this is
65:39
going on she’s pushing that now a lot of
65:42
people think ok once he’s in peach he
65:44
can’t run that’s not entirely true
65:47
because first of all he needs to be get
65:49
convicted by the Senate right as I was
65:53
discussing with muddied waters maybe a
65:57
legal team earlier today also known as
66:00
personal injury attorney Chris Reynolds
66:02
attorney at law also known as the
66:04
feeling Smasher yeah Chris Reynolds the
66:08
the dream killer Chris have your life
66:11
Reynolds attorney personal injury
66:15
provider a Chris Reynolds attorney at
66:18
law um anyway I’m sorry going so as I
66:24
was talking with him about this today in
66:25
order for the Senate to convict you need
66:27
three fools in order to convict which is
66:31
67 members of the Senate to vote to
66:34
convict him which isn’t gonna happen
66:37
what’s 3/4 it’s 3/4 two-thirds sorry
66:43
okay I was gonna say I’m like wow that’s
66:45
definitely not gonna happen
66:45
but even two-thirds not gonna happen you
66:48
need 67 out of the hundred to vote not
66:51
gonna happen it’s not gonna happen
66:53
nope you I think you need 20 Republicans
66:58
to flip yep not happen and then that’s
67:00
not gonna happen not on this no no not
67:04
on this by the way Sam Rayburn of Texas
67:07
currently did record for the oldest
67:10
speaker now Sam Rayburn
67:20
fun fact for everybody out there Sam
67:22
moneybags sam rayburn
67:26
so that’s not gonna happen but let’s say
67:30
let’s just say that two-thirds were
67:33
going to the reason the the criteria for
67:37
conviction in the Senate has absolutely
67:40
no rule there is no defined rule on what
67:46
it takes to convict got rule of proof of
67:50
law proof of Chris Reynolds if you can
67:53
comment and tell me what word I’m
67:55
forgetting here
67:57
proof of crime or proof of guilt or
67:58
something like that there is no there is
68:02
no there is no defining there is no
68:08
definition on what it needs to be for
68:10
them to convict so let’s say that Kamala
68:13
Harris says okay I can see both sides of
68:18
this which she doesn’t but let’s say
68:20
since I see both sides of this but 51%
68:23
of me is saying he’s guilty he’s guilty
68:25
and Mitch McConnell says well I learned
68:29
the proof burden of proof the proof
68:32
thank you Chris burden of proof so and
68:35
Mitch McConnell says well I would really
68:39
if this was Obama like this would
68:41
definitely be a slam dunk he’s guilty
68:43
but Strom so like I see it 75% but that
68:47
25% leaves me with some sort of doubt in
68:50
my mind on his guilt so I’m gonna vote
68:52
no right there since there is no
68:55
definition on this he has the ability
68:58
like people can vote however they want
69:00
and then the right choice when they’re
69:03
explaining their decisions it’ll be all
69:05
over the map right all right it can be
69:08
anything from the preponderance of the
69:10
evidence to beyond a shadow of a doubt
69:12
and everything in between
69:14
whether anyone or and obviously a lot of
69:17
its just gonna be I’m a Democrat so yes
69:19
and I’m a Republican so no and they
69:21
don’t have to
69:22
there’s no recrimination for them
69:24
choosing whatever they want because
69:25
there’s no rules now the one thing that
69:28
everybody kind of wonders is what is he
69:30
being tried with
69:33
what is he being tried in what is it
69:36
like what what is the crime he has
69:38
committed to go into the impeachment
69:45
inquiry quid pro quo that’s not a crime
69:50
no petals
69:52
he’s quid pro quo oh well I I can answer
69:57
that or were you gonna go you’re gonna
70:02
go sorry go ahead no I was reading Chris
70:04
Reynolds uh explanation of it can be
70:06
preponderance of the evidence 51% or
70:09
beyond reasonable doubt 90 to 95 right
70:11
right well I’ll tell you guys there’s
70:14
someone who has an answer for what his
70:15
crime is no less than Nick’s our work
70:20
the the hope and dreams of libertarian
70:23
party chair Nix our work bill well and
70:25
himself has said that this is no less
70:30
than treason he said talk about
70:32
pressuring a foreign country to
70:34
interfere with and control a u.s.
70:36
election it couldn’t be clearer and
70:38
that’s not just undermining democratic
70:40
institutions that is treason it’s
70:43
treason pure and simple and the penalty
70:47
for treason under the US code is death
70:51
that’s the only penalty is death I want
70:57
to make a Swedish metal version of Bill
71:01
well talking about treason yep now Chris
71:05
and I were we were talking about this on
71:08
Tuesday when I didn’t get the quid pro
71:10
quo of showing up and and so he says
71:18
that the issue is not that they colluded
71:21
together the but that they potentially
71:23
conspired to commit treason bribery or
71:26
other high crimes and misdemeanors which
71:29
was so conspiracy to commit treason now
71:33
according to Chris Reynolds the official
71:37
muddied waters media legal team
71:38
conspiring to commit a crime is just as
71:41
bad as committing the actual crime so if
71:45
you and I are having a conversation
71:47
here live stream right and we’ll talk
71:50
about okay we’re gonna Rob this Bank on
71:52
this date doing this right but we never
71:56
meet up to do it we are just as guilty
71:58
if we did it really yes
72:01
we couldn’t say your honor that was
72:03
performance art I mean I guess we could
72:09
I mean probably say that how do we make
72:13
our like Chris Reynolds we might get off
72:20
sit down and plan out a crime with
72:22
somebody right and then you decide not
72:25
to go in go through with it at the on
72:27
the back end you are guilty of
72:31
committing that crime in the eyes of the
72:32
law Wow so let’s they keep my mouth shut
72:37
I think I’m not I did not ask Chris this
72:40
question at all but I think that this is
72:42
a lot like so you and I plan a crime
72:45
together I back out you follow through
72:47
with it
72:47
I am guilty of you committing that crime
72:49
Oh even though I had nothing to do with
72:53
anyone anymore right no not absolutely
72:56
not
72:56
hey you want to know okay so Chris you
72:59
have to take a step to do it okay so
73:01
okay so we okay alright so like if we
73:04
say okay we’re gonna Rob this gun using
73:06
rob this bank using these guns and then
73:08
we went out and we purchased those guns
73:10
that would be a decided movement towards
73:14
that right or like started casing the
73:16
bank but we can actually do it by the
73:18
way we’re not actually talking about
73:19
doing this I’d never take definitely not
73:22
to the PNC in Myrtle Beach definitely
73:27
not and I didn’t even know that there
73:31
were banks in Myrtle Beach I don’t so so
73:41
I just want to be accused of treason
73:45
that’s you know bill Wells out to oh
73:47
he’s um proposed yeah bill well doubted
73:52
he wants the murder of the president for
73:54
treason so in the eyes of the law
74:01
the question is did Trump do something
74:03
illegal or did he not write everything
74:04
that you’re looking at no quid pro quo
74:07
was stated in the conversation
74:11
explicitly is it inferred possibly yeah
74:15
well actually is it inferred that
74:18
depends on who you are and whether or
74:19
not Sanford is it implied possibly it
74:20
depends on you right and that’s the
74:22
thing is it’s really up to your
74:24
interpretation of whether this was you
74:27
know yes we’re gonna give you this money
74:30
oh by the way we also want to talk about
74:32
this or if he’s implying you’re gonna
74:34
get this money if you do this here’s the
74:39
thing an argument tore in favor of
74:42
Trump’s position is that they still gave
74:44
them the money without any other thing
74:48
happening that we know of that we well
74:51
and that’s the thing so it’s it’s really
74:52
like the investigation may be going on
74:54
your way and that’s the thing so it
74:56
would really there’s like a lot of guys
74:59
look this is gonna be like the Russia
75:04
thing I think right like this is gonna
75:08
say this is this is a political
75:11
Rorschach test on where you stand right
75:13
right it’s a litmus test right he’s hate
75:15
Trump you see that he has done
75:17
everything wrong and he is guilty if you
75:20
love Trump you say he didn’t do anything
75:22
wrong if you’re in the middle or you
75:26
don’t care you’re like I mean it could
75:29
go either way whatever yeah but 100
75:33
percent guarantee like 98 percent
75:35
guarantee he’s getting impeached and I’m
75:38
90 he’s not getting convicted right and
75:41
and here’s why that plays well for Trump
75:44
an impeachment of Trump is going to fire
75:49
up his base and anyone who leans towards
75:51
him already
75:52
he has raised five million dollars in
75:54
the twenty four he raised five million
75:55
dollars in the twenty four hours after
75:58
the impeachment inquiry was announced
76:00
it’s gonna fight I think it’s it’s been
76:03
48 hours since then now and I think that
76:06
he has raised something like 14 million
76:08
yeah which is more than a lot of these
76:12
other candidates have have major
76:14
candidates have raised at all and he
76:17
already has a pretty sizable war chest
76:19
Rand is a billionaire not that he’s
76:23
really used much of his own money to
76:24
begin with but anyway the this is it’s
76:29
gonna fire that it’s gonna fire his side
76:30
up it is firing his side up and the more
76:32
goes on and looks like kind of a another
76:35
Russia
76:36
nothing burger it’s gonna fire him up
76:39
even more the Democrats are just
76:40
opposing our president or her brother on
76:44
the left side they’re gonna get all
76:46
worked up he’s definitely guilty he’s
76:48
definitely guilty he’s definitely guilty
76:49
and then he’s not gonna get prosecuted
76:52
or he’s not gonna get convicted and
76:56
that’s right around the time whatever
76:58
crap sandwich the Democrats have put
77:00
together are gonna be shoving that down
77:02
their throats and going oh yeah by the
77:03
way you got a vote for you know Biden or
77:05
Warren or something
77:08
so their sides gonna be deflated and
77:12
feel like the Democrats are a bunch of
77:15
you know feckless morons and the right
77:18
is going to be completely fired up and
77:20
feel victorious and vindicated and the
77:22
whole thing just in time for election
77:26
day
77:29
who is that look like that’s gonna help
77:34
yeah the entire the entire 2020 debates
77:39
between Donald Trump and whoever is
77:45
gonna be you were in peace yeah I wasn’t
77:49
convicted you were impeached I wasn’t
77:51
convicted you were impeached yeah I
77:52
wasn’t convicted you were impeached yeah
77:54
you got them to stop investigating your
77:56
son and I wasn’t convicted you her
77:59
impeached yeah you pretended to be
78:01
Native American in order good jobs hey
78:03
oh yeah it’s gonna be a knot yeah it’s
78:05
just me guard it’s not gonna be as 1%
78:08
that you’re railing against yeah it’s
78:11
not gonna be a substantial debate at all
78:13
it’s gonna be you know bromide sword
78:15
against each other constantly and the
78:17
word quid pro quo completely Latin will
78:20
again become a dead language it will be
78:24
wreak illed
78:25
by the the ad
78:28
there’s another one abuse of quid pro
78:31
quo it will be ad hominem well it isn’t
78:37
that hominem it’s an ad hominem and
78:39
being used ad nauseam yeah it will be
78:44
Panem at circuses so the yeah so it’s
78:54
gonna be that and I don’t it’ll be that
78:56
and it’s gonna be that for a very long
78:59
time the most interesting thing that I
79:00
learned from today’s hearing though of
79:05
three and a half hours all of it every
79:10
second of it one last thing Matt the
79:14
Director of National Intelligence
79:16
Joseph McGuire also okay real quick
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he became the Director of National
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Intelligence on August 16th this report
79:27
was filed on the 13th okay
79:32
he’s only been director for a month and
79:35
a half and this is the first thing he
79:37
has had to deal with so this just was
79:39
dropped on his lap actually he inherited
79:41
it it was already there like a couple
79:42
days before right but I think the
79:45
original guy was already on his way out
79:46
at that point so I think he just was
79:48
like and then he and he’s I can’t
79:50
remember that guy’s name but he said
79:51
would you have taken the job if you
79:52
known this was there and he said no
79:58
while I was trying to figure out what to
80:01
do about this what to do about this by
80:04
following the rules that this committee
80:05
wrote and right then I was within the
80:08
boundaries of the law of this committee
80:09
and also learning a new city I was still
80:15
using my Garmin to get to work who uses
80:19
a Garmin
80:20
right the Director of National
80:22
Intelligence uses a Garmin to get around
80:24
DC what’s he get that was the burden
80:28
that was the part I was the most
80:30
interested in I was like whoa what how
80:32
is that possible who uses a garment do
80:35
they update those is this even a thing
80:39
that exists anymore
80:40
right that’s all
80:42
I had to think about what it was for a
80:45
second guys drop comments if you’re
80:47
still out here using standalone GPS
80:50
systems in your personal vehicle because
80:52
I I didn’t know right yeah no that blew
80:57
my mind
80:58
look maybe it’s installed in his car
81:01
still I don’t know I forget I’m Tom Tom
81:07
Tom Tom that’s perfect
81:14
well I did mention Tom Tom but I a
81:19
garment garment yep I stalled my
81:24
Magellan somewhere but I haven’t used
81:26
that since I don’t know 2013 2012 maybe
81:32
is this what we’re doing it we got the
81:36
Director of National Intelligence out
81:38
here using like an 8-year old GPS map
81:40
right and somebody said maybe it can’t
81:43
be hacked and that’s a man that’s
81:44
actually that’s the only thing that I
81:46
can really like maybe it can be hacked
81:48
but nobody is looking for him anymore
81:50
and they’re thinking the Director of
81:51
National Intelligence definitely isn’t
81:53
using it I don’t know but hacks for what
81:55
like is it is it classified that he’s
81:58
like going to sonic to get something to
82:01
eat like I mean I guess so just I mean
82:04
just so you don’t know where the
82:06
Director of National Intelligence is
82:08
Sarah Sarah Branyan otherwise now known
82:12
as serotonin is she said she uses a
82:16
globe which is pretty old-school and I
82:18
actually respect you for that
82:19
yeah it would get kind of precise ticket
82:23
from like you know get across town with
82:27
your globe but um I used to I used a
82:32
trip tik once kind of aging myself there
82:35
I used a trip tik those were fine from
82:39
triple-a or whatever yeah they bring you
82:41
the thing and you have to flip through
82:42
it and go up until next exit yeah every
82:47
room it’s new Arizona from DC wow that
82:52
was a big trip tik huh yeah
82:55
yeah I only did it going up and down the
82:57
East Coast I thought I was impressive
82:58
but I did not go cross country yeah like
83:02
just using the exact same map flipping
83:05
backwards
83:05
yeah that’s how that’s how you do it
83:09
so yeah trip stick so we’ve definitely I
83:11
said she said mobile sundial in my
83:15
camera to keep time ya know that’s good
83:17
so that’s apparently with the National
83:19
Director of intelligence that is funny
83:21
yeah that was the most interesting part
83:23
of today it’s Adam Adam Schiff out of
83:27
God every question every question he
83:32
asked today was do you agree that and
83:37
then he would say something that the
83:39
person might not agree or you should you
83:41
agree or he wouldn’t say do he would you
83:43
say you agree that the investigation
83:46
should happen and the guy he wouldn’t
83:48
answer that question he was like now
83:49
that’s I’m not saying that I’m saying
83:52
that’s up to you guys right yeah be a
83:54
crime has been committed
83:56
well I’m not saying that that’s up to
83:59
that’s not up to me that’s up to the
84:00
Department of Justice and they said no
84:02
but you guys are like well no you can’t
84:03
ask them and that it was this for three
84:07
hours it’s gonna be this for a year and
84:09
a half – the Garmin the Garmin was nice
84:13
I would have liked if they had just like
84:15
made fun of them for that for three
84:16
hours
84:17
right this is the preview of what the
84:19
next year is gonna be like so is just me
84:23
and the muddy waters media legal team
84:25
the the Nixon impeachment hearings
84:32
lasted about a year a little bit under a
84:35
year the Nixon impeachment hearings
84:39
lasted about a year a little bit under
84:41
the Bill Clinton ones the investigation
84:44
lasted a long time but the Bill Clinton
84:46
impeachment inquiry and to the boat was
84:49
only like two and a half months because
84:52
with Bill Clinton it was did he do it
84:54
did he did he say it and did he do it
84:56
and they had if that he did it and he
84:58
had proof that he said it yeah social
85:00
relations that he did and we all
85:05
remember when Monica Lewinsky was just a
85:07
young tyke crawling around
85:09
Whitehouse The Oval the center of mass
85:12
now she’s all groans dub and and the
85:23
question here is did Trump say it was it
85:27
a crime and that’s gonna be where the
85:28
big question is right was it was what he
85:31
did a crime and they’re gonna have to
85:32
try to prove that I think it’s gonna
85:33
take longer than the Bill Clinton but
85:35
not as long as the next so I’m thinking
85:38
six to eight months is when they’ll
85:39
actually vote which will be right in the
85:41
middle of elections right in the middle
85:43
of the Democrats being told what Garbage
85:45
Pail they’re gonna have to vote for
85:47
who’s Sarah better than Trump right sir
85:51
yes Nixon did resign and that was
85:53
actually what brought those two in there
85:55
yeah that would have been even that
85:57
probably would have been even longer but
85:59
they were gonna vote to convict that was
86:00
I mean he he he backed out because he
86:03
was about to be the first president
86:04
removed by Congress um in my mind that
86:09
and may you may disagree with me and I’m
86:10
not even a hundred percent sure that I
86:12
agree with me but I think that the best
86:14
case scenario for Democrats is that
86:16
they’re able to stretch this out past
86:18
election day because if he gets if he
86:22
gets cleared which he will just because
86:26
of the makeup of the Senate
86:27
if he gets cleared before that it’s
86:29
gonna be a huge boost to him and a huge
86:31
letdown to the left and anytime they go
86:34
well you did whatever he’s gonna be oh
86:35
you mean like the Russia gate and and
86:37
the impeachment that you know I was
86:38
found not guilty I was you know
86:40
vindicated in both cases it’s just gonna
86:42
really put a lot of wind in the sails
86:44
and it’s gonna really really piss off
86:46
the left and he already knows how to
86:47
piss off the left they’re gonna be hyper
86:49
pissed off and they’re gonna make a lot
86:50
of stupid mistakes which is what they do
86:52
when he pisses them off whereas if it
86:56
continues dragging on I still think that
86:59
helps him more than them but it also is
87:02
like well you know we’re gonna get you
87:04
and you know guys we don’t even have to
87:07
do this anymore if we can just get him
87:09
out of office whereas if they if they’ve
87:11
already found that he’s not guilty that
87:14
sort of sort of destroys that so I’m not
87:16
sure what do you think would be better
87:17
that they finish it before or that it
87:19
just drags on so honestly I think that
87:23
I think that they will try to get it
87:25
done as quick as possible they’re
87:26
already talking that they want this like
87:27
gun today okay they they want to take it
87:30
to a vote tomorrow if they can I don’t
87:33
think they’d I don’t think they’ll be
87:35
able to I think that for the Democrats
87:39
it’s best to do it early because it
87:43
gives them opportunity for him to do
87:45
something else so they can just move
87:47
past it and try to build something else
87:49
right now we since we know he’s not
87:53
getting convicted he’s probably getting
87:55
impeached like almost definitely getting
87:57
yeah yeah both of those are pretty much
87:59
definite right it this could all end
88:05
before the Iowa primaries okay and if so
88:14
you’re gonna have the candidates there
88:17
left and the Democrats going on about
88:19
how we need to get this president we’ve
88:23
never had a president who was impeached
88:24
because this is the first time this has
88:26
ever happened to a president in his
88:27
first term everybody else it was in
88:30
their self oh that’s right cuz Clinton
88:32
he had already been reelected
88:33
yeah and had already been reelected
88:35
Nixon it was because of what he did
88:38
during the re-election cranberry
88:40
election and got him into the
88:42
impeachment inquiry and Andrew Johnson
88:44
was he was already he was it was
88:48
something that he did during the
88:49
re-election campaign ugly yeah I know it
88:51
has to do with federal judges I’m not a
88:53
hundred I think he fired him all or
88:55
something so this would be the first
88:57
time a first-term president was being
89:01
impeached right okay so this is so
89:04
they’re gonna say we’ve never had a
89:05
president be elected who was impeached
89:08
is this the kind of president that you
89:11
want in then he’s gonna think that he’s
89:13
invincible because the Senate didn’t
89:15
convict he’s you know anything that
89:17
we’ve ever tried to stick to him has
89:19
fallen off of him we got the impeachment
89:21
the Senate wouldn’t follow through even
89:23
though that’s what the people want which
89:26
is what though that’s how they’ll say it
89:27
that’s how they’ll spin it and they will
89:29
show clips of Joseph Maguire I won’t
89:33
call that guy Jerry Maguire so that
89:34
shows that show me the money
89:37
Seana my garment show me my garment so
89:42
they’re gonna have Joseph the quotes
89:43
from Joseph McGuire saying that this is
89:45
unprecedented they’re not going to say
89:46
that it’s unprecedented because he was
89:48
only in there for like three days before
89:50
he first saw this that he tried to
89:54
figure because of the timing of which he
89:57
came in made it difficult for him to hit
90:00
all of the times that he needed the hit
90:03
based on the laws set by the
90:05
Intelligence Committee right and he’s
90:08
like this is all unprecedented this is
90:10
all in precedent and they’re just gonna
90:11
say he finds this to be unprecedented
90:14
they’re just gonna constantly use these
90:16
these big quotes these micro quotes from
90:19
from everybody and push that we now have
90:24
a president who has been impeached who
90:25
is running for reelection this is who
90:27
you don’t want that’s gonna be the
90:30
Democrats the new thing moving forward
90:33
right and his argument will be they
90:35
found me not guilty and they found me
90:37
not guilty for or I was you know as he
90:40
said exalt folios honor rated for the
90:42
Russia thing and all you have is just
90:44
constantly investigating me for things
90:45
that I didn’t do anything wrong
90:47
and vote for me because I’m you know
90:49
doing all the great stuff mom completely
90:51
lost in this entire debate is that
90:53
neither side actually does anything
90:55
different they both just grow government
90:57
they both just tax you more the average
91:00
American is paying more taxes thanks to
91:02
all these new tariffs now than they were
91:05
prior to when Donald Trump was president
91:07
it’s just now not being done in the form
91:09
of income taxes it’s now being done in
91:11
the form of price added to the things
91:13
that they purchase right but they’re
91:15
paying more to the government and then
91:18
they were when he came in
91:19
so more taxes more well the more war
91:22
it’s actually the same amount of war so
91:24
that hasn’t gone up but no less war
91:26
right more government more debt more
91:29
taxes more laws more will get to the no
91:32
more war in a minute okay fair enough
91:34
but yeah Sarah Sarah tonin says that
91:38
they do not want pence yeah that’s
91:40
accurate they don’t want pens pencils
91:42
more of what they don’t want then Donald
91:44
Trump is what they do oh yeah hens is at
91:48
least establishment so they know what
91:49
they’re dealing with
91:51
right so it’s easier for them to deal
91:53
with it now if let’s say Donald Trump
91:57
gets reelected and then the they impeach
91:59
him and something else comes up and he
92:01
has to resign there I’m pretty certain
92:03
that they get pence
92:05
even if it’s before inauguration that
92:09
they do get pence I’m not sure I see
92:14
pence getting especially in the wake of
92:16
Donald Trump resigning I don’t see pence
92:18
getting elected president no I’m saying
92:21
if it’s after election day something
92:23
else comes out they’re like oh he oh he
92:26
colluded with Ukraine and Russia which
92:28
that makes no sense but we’re going with
92:29
it because he was son Russia and really
92:32
kind of thing I think we had the whole
92:35
invasion issue right like an actual hot
92:38
war between them yeah you know so Donald
92:42
Trump was at one point colluding with
92:44
Russia but now he’s colluding with the
92:45
people that they’re enemy with Russia’s
92:47
enemy yeah so you’re saying if something
92:50
comes up that makes him resign after
92:53
after November before January 21st but
92:58
assuming he got reelected
93:00
assuming he got so if he got reelected
93:03
and then resigned you get essentially
93:07
four yeah you would get four years of
93:09
Pence yep yeah even though we didn’t win
93:15
an election you get a full pence term
93:17
you’d get all of the pence not just the
93:20
tip of the pence you get the full pence
93:22
right you know you know just trying out
93:26
the tip we’re not just the table you get
93:29
full penetration that’s right
93:32
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93:43
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94:03
course the
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94:06
attorney at law anchor callin moment
94:08
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94:10
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here with your speiser segment we had
94:50
good ol John Spicer the notorious press
94:56
secretary for treating the journalists
95:00
like school children for I liked him
95:04
going on and on and on about the size of
95:07
the crowds at the inauguration too many
95:11
other things that he did great fodder
95:14
for Saturday Night Live of course and he
95:20
comes out on Dancing with the Stars and
95:21
looks like a literal and I was wondering
95:27
is there anyone else in the Trump world
95:31
that has left Trump world and has so
95:35
thoroughly debates themselves I love
95:38
some sort of ranking system maybe like a
95:40
top five thanks he always wants five
95:44
things Chris you you’re a high-fidelity
95:47
one too many times like my you’re
95:52
dealing with two recovering drug addicts
95:54
your trusted our ability to withhold
95:58
short-term memory is commendable I’m not
96:02
sure it’s realistic I want to say
96:03
something before we get into our top
96:05
five he understands how much attention I
96:07
had to pay today to be able to say
96:09
everything I said today I mean you know
96:12
kudos to you for you know giving us
96:14
these these you know brain teasers to
96:16
keep us you know fresh and
96:18
sharp especially me I mean I need
96:20
cognitive stuff but I so before we get
96:24
into ranking former Trump embarrassments
96:28
or current Trump embarrassments I have
96:31
something to say about Sean Spicer and
96:34
about the continued abomination that is
96:40
the way Latin dance is treated on
96:43
Dancing with the Stars Matt also
96:46
believes very strongly in this but I’ll
96:48
be the one speaking about it so the
96:52
thing with so and maybe this is true of
96:58
other dance forms as well
97:00
I don’t know ima Salsero Yale budget at
97:04
OU and I want to see a video of Spike
97:10
dancing message me and that will send
97:12
you one is it actually a clip of me
97:15
dancing or is it like my head on it okay
97:17
good I mean I consider myself a good
97:21
salsa dancer you are
97:23
I mean you can dance much better than I
97:25
can I don’t know if that makes you a
97:27
good salsa dancer but I know it makes
97:30
you a lot better than I am and there
97:32
have been many a women that I have shown
97:35
that to who have said spike has very
97:38
good feet working and I think that’s a
97:40
good thing
97:41
thank you I try I try to have good lines
97:43
but so Dancing with the Stars
97:48
again maybe they do this with the other
97:50
dances as well every time they go and
97:52
dancing the salsa and people will share
97:55
it with me because I don’t watch Dancing
97:57
with the Stars I don’t watch much TV at
97:58
all but people will share it with me go
98:01
oh you do salsa what do you think of Lou
98:04
Diamond Phillips or Sean Spicer or
98:07
freaking what was the last one Oh Morris
98:09
Chestnut what do you think of this
98:10
Morris Chestnut salsa routine and I look
98:15
at it actually I don’t think Morris
98:17
Chestnut was Dancing with the Stars but
98:18
regardless it’s the same thing they go
98:22
and they’re not really doing salsa steps
98:24
and they’re just basically it’s a
98:27
professional pretending that the star is
98:30
tossing them around
98:31
it’s just not good it’s really really
98:34
not good they almost never use actual
98:36
salsa music they used like some Beyonce
98:38
abomination and it’s just it’s not good
98:43
and that is an embarrassment and that is
98:50
the first rant you’ll hear from spice
98:52
that is number one number two is coming
98:55
later number two any minute now
98:57
number one is whatever I just said Matt
99:02
so uh Chris Reynolds says he’s
99:05
negotiating he’ll settle for three ok so
99:09
Sean Spicer the thing I said sure he he
99:15
went he went on Dancing with the Stars
99:17
he got upset apparently thanks to my
99:20
legal counsel he got upset because he
99:23
felt as though that he got poorer scores
99:25
because he’s conservative I’m not sure
99:28
how Dancing with the Stars works but
99:31
well it’s people vote in they Colin and
99:34
they did the vote texting thing but I
99:37
mean you had that Palin kid a couple of
99:39
years ago who everybody was voting for
99:42
her because she was conservative so his
99:44
argument there but she also was like he
99:47
said he said he was a garbage dancer but
99:50
I don’t watch it man he and Chris Kattan
99:53
can do their dance off at which one was
99:57
worse now it in Chris Kattan defense he
99:59
has like a neck injury Sean Spicer just
100:02
dances like that Chris Kattan that used
100:05
to be on SNL uh-huh yeah he was on I
100:07
think one episode we used it for what’s
100:09
that Corky Romano Corky Romano the guy
100:12
that did this can’t do that anymore by
100:14
the way he he broke his neck in a taping
100:21
something had surgery to try to fix it
100:24
didn’t want to tell people he was bad
100:26
off and ended up having really really he
100:29
was almost paralyzed it’s a it’s a
100:31
wonder that he can walk it’s a fun fact
100:33
when I fled about this time last year
100:35
when I fled hurricane Florence Chris
100:37
Kattan stayed in the same hotel as me
100:39
and had something like a nervous
100:41
breakdown at the pool and I didn’t have
100:44
my phone
100:47
Sean Spicer so yeah okay so since
100:52
leaving since leaving and I’m not is
100:57
this
100:58
Donald Trump’s Lake White House staffer
101:01
is this Donald Trump’s like personal
101:03
staff because Scott Moochie obviously oh
101:07
yeah
101:09
the mooch the mooch he had MA I mean you
101:15
want to talk about a meltdown yeah that
101:17
was a flameout that was beautiful that
101:20
was a dumpster fire oh my lord
101:23
on live television I remember he said he
101:26
wasn’t gonna suck his own yeah thing
101:30
live television today yeah which I think
101:38
that’s a lie
101:39
cuz if you could don’t don’t lie you
101:45
wouldn’t you wouldn’t if you could well
101:49
I wouldn’t that goes against my religion
101:52
so of course not but other people I mean
101:58
I am certain there are people yes that
102:01
they would but I would think that the
102:04
vast majority of guys still wouldn’t I
102:07
certainly would I wouldn’t and at one
102:13
point in my life I was that flexible I
102:15
really yeah I don’t believe I ever was I
102:20
certainly am NOT now I never tried but I
102:28
I I could tell you I mean even just
102:32
touching toes and stuff like that I had
102:34
so if I if I was having a difficult
102:36
enough time with that it’s the other
102:37
things certainly won’t happen uh so yeah
102:40
I know scare Moochie scaramouche how
102:42
recent the mooch he uh he’s dead he
102:45
might be number one that was a that was
102:48
and it was quick all of a sudden he was
102:49
one of the top people in the
102:50
administration and then he was losing
102:52
his mind and he was gone I mean number
102:57
ones Michael Cohen oh man yeah number
103:02
one has to be Michael Cohen if you count
103:05
if you count like he wasn’t like member
103:07
of the White House staff that’s why I’m
103:08
not really sure which one he’s looking
103:10
at oh yeah personal counsel yeah right
103:13
so if you’re counting anybody that has
103:16
done dealings with Trump Michael Kohn by
103:20
far with a bullet number one yeah cuz
103:22
he’s actually in prison right Omarosa
103:27
has to be somewhere up there because she
103:31
was actually dragged out kicking and
103:33
screaming we don’t have footage of that
103:34
but like multiple sources say that it
103:37
was a real it it’s a shame that that
103:39
wasn’t recorded like she came that it
103:43
wasn’t recorded that she killed Michael
103:45
Clarke Duncan yes
103:47
r.i.p we will never forget I hope I want
103:51
to get the narcissist cookbook guy to
103:53
make a song called Omarosa did it really
103:59
even just the same song but just Omarosa
104:02
did it go Ambrose he killed Michael
104:05
Duncan
104:06
he says Cowan is a great pick for number
104:08
one so we’re gonna count that yeah yeah
104:10
that’s probably number one oh my Rosa
104:13
and the mooch I would say those are the
104:15
three yeah it was even really on that
104:18
yeah so when on Dancing with the Stars
104:20
and he got mad that he got voted off
104:22
yeah I mean maybe he’d be top five I
104:27
Sara Huckabee’s kept somewhat of a low
104:30
profile I know I’m forgetting people
104:33
it’s like I say you know Rex Rex
104:36
Tillerson
104:37
he didn’t really embarrass himself
104:38
though no like he went like he went off
104:42
he went on after he left but he he I
104:45
don’t really see it as an embarrassment
104:47
yeah yeah he just he just went off
104:48
what’s his name did the Mad Dog mad
104:52
Maddox Maddox I said Maddox yeah general
105:00
Maddox anyway he did a book I wouldn’t
105:03
call that an embarrassment like I yeah
105:05
those are definitely the top three would
105:06
be Coen mooch and Omarosa yeah who
105:11
should be in prison for
105:12
murder of an additional measure of one
105:23
of the best people to ever live of
105:24
William coffee how do you kill William
105:31
coffee and then I mean Terry Crews who I
105:35
also like owes his entire career to the
105:39
fact that Michael Clarke Duncan was
105:41
murdered by Omarosa there’s a collusion
105:43
to investigate Nancy Pelosi so here’s
105:48
here’s the second question
105:50
um Chris personal injury attorney Chris
105:55
Reynolds here with Trump time recently
105:58
there have been some issues going on
106:02
over there with Iran we’ve got Jared
106:06
Kushner over there seems like he might
106:18
have out sourced it to Saudi Arabia and
106:23
now we’re in this weird spot where we’ve
106:26
pulled out of the Iran nuclear agreement
106:28
and people are blowing up oil fields and
106:37
and now it seems like President Trump is
106:40
saying that Saudi Arabia is kind of
106:43
calling the shots on whether or not
106:44
we’re gonna go to work yeah so I love
106:46
your guys thoughts on that whole
106:48
situation
106:49
Thanks so this is the absolute best
106:53
segue we’ve ever had into our next set
106:56
of notes yes yes it’s not so thank you
107:04
Chris for that awesome segue into what
107:06
was actually the next thing in the notes
107:08
yes
107:09
so yeah Jared Jared Kushner Oh
107:15
Little J rod Oh Jeff Oh Jeff Rizzy J
107:20
cush MC Jacob
107:28
he’s like mother’s yahoo but not
107:31
talented or yeah or anything he’s
107:35
without any of the charmer talent it’s
107:38
just the Jewish scrawny part right
107:41
Matisyahu Oh
107:43
Jake Jake cush so yeah he’s been over in
107:49
Iran doing doing the diplomat thing
107:51
which is register bizarre which is just
107:58
bizarre and everything in the Middle
108:02
East has I would say destabilized but
108:07
has it ever been stable it’s this is
108:11
know and this is the at least not in you
108:14
know since the sykes-picot agreement I
108:16
mean ever since the European power
108:18
started you know carving out chess
108:22
pieces chess board blocks in as the
108:24
Middle East and saying up this is a
108:26
country we just created among what was
108:29
before that actual like tribal and
108:35
ethnicity lines no it hasn’t been stable
108:40
in our lifetimes or even our
108:42
grandparents lifetimes Saudi Arabia is
108:45
calling the shots to the point where
108:47
Trump actually tweeted we covered this
108:49
last week where he tweeted you know
108:51
we’re basically essentially we’re
108:53
waiting on confirmation from the Saudis
108:56
confirmation of what of what they want
108:59
you to do or as Tulsi said you being
109:02
Saudi Arabia’s bitch Justin Amash said
109:07
something similar but just without in
109:09
saves bitch didn’t say bitch he said J
109:12
cush is Saudi bitch right now
109:16
Pentagon recently has approved
109:18
deployment of US forces to Saudi Arabia
109:20
which will be primarily focused on air
109:22
and missile defense you know how pretty
109:26
much all wars are exactly that was the
109:29
oh it’s not offensive it’s just air
109:33
resources that’s all of our wars now
109:36
like when was the last time
109:39
you saw a a lot of I mean it’s been
109:43
several years now that we’ve seen lots
109:46
of ground movement with US forces they
109:50
use foreign forces for that like more
109:53
like local you know forces for that and
109:56
they do the air support and the drone
109:57
bombing and all of that stuff so yeah
110:00
that would be offensive so Angela Merkel
110:05
of Germany that the mark home of France
110:10
and the soon to be ousted Boris of the
110:12
UK all blame Iran for the attacks in her
110:15
hand system huh
110:17
I wouldn’t us dog that also wasn’t us
110:20
that took the British steamer oil tanker
110:24
wasn’t us either and he definitely
110:28
didn’t fire anything at your drones they
110:29
were you were flying in our well so we
110:33
did fly it we did fire things that your
110:34
drones that you flew into her into our
110:36
airspace and I thought they did claim
110:38
the the British thing to no good thing I
110:41
didn’t think they did I thought they
110:43
said that could be wrong yeah I don’t
110:45
remember on that but I don’t believe it
110:50
reinter war right they want nukes and
110:53
they can’t say that they want nukes but
110:56
they want nukes for the same reason any
110:57
reasonable government leader would want
111:00
nukes so that this that’s going on right
111:03
now can never happen again right the US
111:09
you may want an ar-15 in your old pretty
111:12
much and the same reason that nuclear
111:15
powers don’t give up their nukes for all
111:17
their talk about nuclear disarmament
111:18
they never talk about them getting
111:21
nuclear disarmament it and it’s because
111:25
no one wants to bomb a nuclear power cuz
111:29
it could go nuclear so you just sort of
111:33
leave them alone you get into you know
111:36
political chess piece stuff you get into
111:39
you know economic fighting and and and
111:42
that kind of stuff and you fight proxy
111:45
battles in other countries but you don’t
111:48
actually attack that country so we had a
111:50
cold war with Russia which if you looked
111:53
at
111:53
one in World War two if the powers the
111:57
belligerents in what was essentially
111:59
World War three the Cold War hadn’t had
112:02
nuclear weapons it would have been a
112:05
really bad hot war because that’s how
112:07
wars used to be fought millions of
112:09
people would be killed nukes changed all
112:13
that
112:14
because if you go super hot it’s not
112:17
just millions of people die it’s
112:19
billions of people die it’s maybe
112:22
everyone dies because you have created a
112:24
nuclear winter and enough sunlight can’t
112:27
get in and we all freeze to death or we
112:30
all die a few years later of radiation
112:32
poisoning none of these are good options
112:36
that’s why I would want a nuke and I’ve
112:38
said this before if I were the head of
112:40
state of a small country I would
112:42
immediately announce that I’m starting a
112:44
nuclear program I would continue that
112:45
nuclear program and I would negotiate
112:47
with bigger powers for concessions to
112:49
end that nuclear program and the very
112:51
second I got those concessions
112:52
I would announce that we now had nuclear
112:54
weapons and then I’d go about my day
112:56
because what are they gonna do then it’s
112:59
why North Korea is doing it it’s why
113:01
Iran is doing it it’s why Israel did it
113:04
and they don’t no one gets to say that
113:06
they have nukes but they do it’s why
113:08
Saudi Arabia is probably gonna do it
113:09
eventually because then people leave
113:11
them the hell alone but they don’t want
113:15
war in front of the UN over the last few
113:22
days where so much happens
113:25
Trump slams the bloodlust regime of Iran
113:31
in front of the UN that is irony right
113:34
yeah as we’ve been send troops there to
113:38
kill people now personally the blood
113:43
lust of Iran who is currently has zero
113:47
Wars that they are prosecuting right to
113:50
our what six or four or five now what
113:55
are we at right now more than zero yeah
113:58
more than more than three and personally
114:06
I just have to say that I really just
114:10
wish that the people of the Middle East
114:12
would give us back our freedoms and our
114:15
liberties really so we can stop going
114:19
over there yeah to try to rescue the
114:22
freedoms and the liberties that our
114:24
soldiers are fighting for our freedoms I
114:27
just wish that these countries wouldn’t
114:30
stop hating us so much for our freedoms
114:33
that they continued to put their
114:35
children in the way of our bombs and
114:38
missiles so so like I know we we talk we
114:46
talked about this last week but Saudi
114:49
Arabia is a separate Kingdom as Trump
114:56
called it the Kingdom why is it still
115:01
why are we taking orders from them why
115:03
why why is he why is he waiting for them
115:08
to say what we can and can’t do and why
115:10
is he worried about cuz he’s a bitch so
115:14
I I just so and this is a guy who
115:19
typically acts like you know out the
115:21
Alpha you know he wants to present
115:22
himself as the Alpha of alphas there’s
115:25
that video were like he and a bunch of
115:27
other European world leaders are walking
115:30
up to cameras and he like pushes one of
115:32
them out of the way because he had to be
115:33
in front of them because he’s like
115:34
hypersensitive to whether he looks like
115:36
the boss at all times anything you’re
115:38
tweeting about we’re waiting for the
115:40
kingdom to tell us what to do that is
115:42
some dad is bitch nism there and bitch
115:48
made straight bitch made bitch nism x’
115:51
as tulsi gabbard put it i’m paraphrasing
115:54
slightly like i I don’t get it so you
115:59
know that the US ambassador to Saudi
116:00
Arabia or I guess currently he was the
116:04
former US ambassador to Saudi Arabia
116:06
said that Congress is helping Saudi
116:09
Arabia destabilized the Middle East and
116:11
it needs to stop
116:12
because it was super stable before them
116:14
right super stable it was like way it
116:16
was so stable they actually called it
116:18
the stable East
116:22
so nope real quick bass says imagine
116:27
chastising our leader for being readily
116:29
present to defend our allies now our
116:34
allies Saudi Arabia our so our our ally
116:46
in question here is the one who is the
116:50
largest financier of radical Islamic
116:53
groups Wahhabist groups like al-qaeda
116:58
I’m not sure about with Isis but
117:00
definitely with al-qaeda with many other
117:03
radical Islamic groups and not just the
117:05
groups themselves but Saudi Arabia is
117:07
the main sponsor of the Wahhabist School
117:10
of Islamic jurisprudence so prior to the
117:16
era of of the u.s. giving massive
117:19
amounts of money to Saudi Arabia because
117:21
they found oil there in the nineteen
117:23
well in 1942 or something like that
117:24
prior to that there were competing
117:27
schools of thought within Islam Islam
117:29
was going through a very a modernization
117:32
process that was very similar to what
117:34
other faiths were going through and
117:35
because they were 700 years newer than
117:38
the other Abrahamic faiths they were a
117:43
few hundred years behind in the in that
117:44
in that modernization but it was
117:47
happening and and we see it in what if
117:50
you look at pictures of what Iran looked
117:53
like in the 1940s 50 60s if you see what
117:57
Afghanistan looked like what Lebanon
117:59
looked like Beirut was called the Paris
118:02
of the east if you look at how these 95
118:05
99 percent Muslim countries were living
118:08
at those times they looked every bit as
118:11
modern as the Europeans as Americans
118:15
they were going through a modernization
118:17
that ended when the when Saudi Arabia
118:22
got these massive amounts of money and
118:25
started funding the Wahhabist School of
118:27
Islamic jurisprudence which is an
118:29
incredibly radical think basically like
118:32
if if all of a sudden
118:33
uh a government got a bunch of money and
118:36
was able to give to fund you know
118:39
Westboro Baptist Church as the way of of
118:42
Christian thinking and and what that
118:44
would lead to within the the the
118:46
majority Christian world that is what
118:49
the Saudi Arabia what Saudi Arabia has
118:51
done that is what the the Kingdom of
118:53
Saudi Arabia with the Royal the Royal
118:55
Saudi Arabian family has done to Islam
118:58
into the world and it has allowed for
119:00
the festering of that coupled with the
119:02
blowback from Western military
119:05
intervention ISM in the Middle East and
119:07
Central Asia and other Islamic areas has
119:09
led to the creation and also the u.s.
119:14
funding and training terror groups is
119:17
what has led to the the ripe environment
119:22
for these radical Islamic terrorist
119:23
groups we can thank Saudi Arabia and the
119:25
CIA for that so I guess they’re allies
119:28
of the CIA I’m not sure that you could
119:31
argue that they’re allies of any of us
119:33
standing sitting here also responsible
119:39
for a huge genocide going on right now
119:41
in Yemen in Yemen are currently giving
119:44
them the weapons to do so so again if
119:46
you’re arguing that they are allies of
119:48
the US military intelligence industrial
119:51
complex sure but I wouldn’t call that
119:54
complex an ally of us we have to fund
120:00
them but I’m not sure we’d call that an
120:03
ally they’re certainly not making us
120:05
safer or more free a lie to the
120:07
government sure I guess so but uh I mean
120:11
they are why 9/11 happened they created
120:14
the movement they created the the the
120:16
groundwork for it to happen
120:18
they demanded that we come over to
120:20
protect them which is what helped spark
120:22
the the massive influx of people into al
120:25
Qaeda in the first place was US
120:26
occupation of this the Muslim holy lands
120:29
like Mecca and Medina even though US
120:31
troops weren’t there they were in the
120:32
country that had Mecca and Medina that
120:34
led to al Qaeda going from being a bit
120:36
player to the main terror group what was
120:40
it nine out of the 19 out of the 20
120:42
eighty-one hijackers on 9/11 were Saudi
120:46
citizen
120:47
um I mean yeah our allies sure I guess
120:52
that they’re the the CIA’s allies I sure
120:55
I guess sure
121:02
so speaking of horrific stupid things
121:05
happening at the UN if you missed our
121:10
intro be sure to listen to the intro
121:15
again to this this episode because we we
121:19
did a nice thing for us for everybody
121:23
so speaking of just unstable stuff
121:28
happening at the UN uh uh
121:30
Greta thunder who is a sixteen-year-old
121:35
who has some strong opinions that her
121:38
parents said to her was at the UN and
121:42
then also I guess at some point
121:44
testified to Congress and then and then
121:48
recorded her hit that we that we had on
121:50
the intro
121:52
she had the media she also had the
121:57
meeting with our Dharma she she is
121:59
becoming just a huge player in the
122:01
political world at the right so so she
122:07
wants to talk about climate change with
122:09
Obama so I’m sure they talked about the
122:12
the climate impact of Obama dropping
122:16
something like a hundred thousand bombs
122:17
in just his last year in office I’m sure
122:21
that came up but he is she is here to
122:24
tell us that we have stolen her dreams
122:29
her childhood and her future because she
122:36
is because the I guess we used straws no
122:44
that’s not her thing she don’t care
122:45
about the straws global I’m sure she
122:48
does I’m sure she has very strong
122:49
opinions about plastic straws even
122:52
though something like 70% of the Garbage
122:53
Patch is Japanese and Chinese fishing
122:56
nets but whatever it’s definitely the
122:59
straws in South Carolina that’s country
123:01
to the Pacific Garbage Patch anyway so
123:04
she’s really upset about climate change
123:07
guys the climate is changing and it is
123:11
definitely it’s changing and um she’s
123:13
not happy of course the problem is
123:17
people making money and providing for
123:21
their families and not wanting to have
123:24
their quality of life destroyed it is
123:29
not happening because of the near
123:32
tripling of carbon output by China alone
123:36
which was already the largest polluter
123:38
on earth it was not because of India
123:42
more than doubling almost tripling as
123:45
well their carbon output they’re the
123:47
second largest polluter it’s not the
123:51
fact that something like 80 percent of
123:52
the carbon output that’s happening right
123:54
now is just India China and Brazil it’s
124:00
definitely not that it’s not that the
124:02
the pollution that’s happening is mostly
124:04
in areas that are rapidly
124:10
industrializing and are not using
124:13
cleaner forms of energy like nuclear
124:14
they’re switching instead to the cheaper
124:17
fossil fuels it is not that the air
124:19
quality in Africa in most of sub-saharan
124:22
Africa is at crisis level at all times
124:25
because thanks to the fact that they
124:27
have been forced into not using nuclear
124:31
and other forms of energy most families
124:34
are burning manure for heat which
124:36
greatly contributes to localized
124:39
pollution as well as climate change if
124:41
you thought any of that if you thought
124:45
cow farts were bed and that cow farts
124:47
needed to be taxed imagine burning cow
124:50
mooed great yeah so and then imagine
124:54
doing that in your house and then
124:56
wondering why it’s stunk so she’s not
124:59
mad about that she’s mad about mostly
125:02
Western people enjoying their lives eat
125:09
there’s actually a photo I wish I had it
125:11
of her doing what she’s mad at people do
125:15
she’s like in a Toronto train eating all
125:18
these different foods that have been
125:19
packaged shipped from all over the world
125:22
wasn’t concerned about the carbon
125:24
footprint at that moment cuz gosh darn
125:27
it she wanted a banana and go ahead and
125:33
since she did her UN appearance you see
125:35
all of the theories that you know and
125:37
she’s with auntie fo and she’s a George
125:41
Soros playing slinging together and all
125:48
of these things none of that matters
125:50
none of that matters even if it’s true
125:55
right
125:56
it really doesn’t it really doesn’t none
125:58
of that makes a difference in this world
126:01
and what does matter is she’s out there
126:05
and she’s promoting it’s not that she’s
126:07
promoting that we need to like take care
126:08
of the environment cuz okay sure why not
126:12
it’s the weight he wants to do it’s the
126:16
way that she wants to do it it’s what
126:17
she wants
126:18
enacted in order to do it and she wants
126:22
everybody in the West to pay more money
126:26
to pay more taxes to give it more of
126:30
their income to ensure that things start
126:35
turning around I guess is the best way
126:38
to put that right well there is no way
126:41
there’s no guarantee that the countries
126:42
like India China what was the other one
126:44
it’s it’s so they call them the BRIC
126:47
countries Brazil Russia India and China
126:48
but almost all of it is India and China
126:51
most of it is just China yeah and if
126:56
they aren’t holding true to the
126:58
standards of the Paris Accord or
127:00
anything else there’s no way they’re
127:03
gonna hold true to this and you’re not
127:05
gonna make a communist country like you
127:08
can’t take more of their money they’re
127:10
not even being asked not that they would
127:13
say okay but they’re not even being
127:15
asked to hold to these standards now I’m
127:17
pulling up a chart right now that is why
127:21
I it there are two reasons why I really
127:25
don’t care much what most supposed
127:29
climate activists have to say the first
127:32
is that if you’re having a serious
127:34
discussion that isn’t also about ending
127:36
wars and ending ending and introducing
127:39
more nuclear energy then you’re not
127:41
taking it seriously you haven’t looked
127:42
at the numbers and you don’t really care
127:44
about the environment because renewable
127:45
energy actually leads to more fossil
127:48
fuels being burned to offset the times
127:50
that the renewables when it’s not windy
127:53
out or the sun’s not out instead of
127:55
being able to have a reliable nuclear
127:56
based grid that burns all that that
127:59
meets your energy needs all the time if
128:03
you’re relying on renewables which had
128:05
to use fossil fuels to be created the
128:08
machinery and so forth on their off time
128:10
you have more fossil fuels being burnt
128:12
so that doesn’t help the other reason is
128:14
this chart in the last 20 years the US
128:20
and Europe have seen a net decline of
128:23
carbon of kossal fuels of greenhouse
128:29
gases carbon emissions other countries
128:33
outside of the US and Europe have seen a
128:35
53% increase China has seen a more than
128:39
tripling they’ve gone up more than 200%
128:41
and India is seen an almost tripling
128:44
they’ve gone up a hundred and and
128:46
because this is plus two hundred and
128:48
eight percent so there are three hundred
128:49
and eight percent higher India’s two
128:52
hundred and fifty five percent higher
128:54
other countries are 53 percent higher I
128:57
think I’m wrong about that yes yes so
129:02
China has more than doubled India has
129:04
almost doubled other countries have gone
129:06
up over 50% the US and Europe the
129:08
country she’s suing now have gone down
129:12
and their share is already not all that
129:16
high so if she’s not talking to China in
129:20
India and I don’t blame her for talking
129:22
to China and India doesn’t know what
129:23
she’s talking about
129:25
yeah if but if you’re not talking to
129:27
those two countries you’re not actually
129:28
doing it from a serious standpoint
129:30
exactly yeah you’re all you’re doing at
129:36
that point is virtue signaling and
129:39
you’re virtually signaling yeah you’re
129:40
virtually signaling that you are
129:44
your virtue signaling about climate and
129:47
you’re only hitting the people that will
129:48
listen you’re not India and China
129:50
they’re not gonna listen to you on this
129:51
they don’t care don’t care they don’t
129:53
care
129:53
India and it’s not because they’re
129:55
terrible people we come from an
129:58
incredibly privileged standpoint where
130:00
you can be poor and still have your
130:02
needs met your basic needs your food
130:04
your basic housing and things like that
130:07
they will starve they don’t care about
130:11
your feelings when it comes to the
130:13
environment because the alternative is
130:14
that they will die there are over a
130:16
billion of them in each of those
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countries they are poorer than us and
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they need to make money so that they
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don’t face starvation they’re finally
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seeing something that looks like a
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middle class they don’t give a crap they
130:31
don’t give a crap if you tell them the
130:32
environment is gonna go to hell in
130:34
twenty thirty years if you don’t stop
130:36
they’re gonna say we’re all gonna die
130:37
before that if we don’t if we don’t
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continue so if you’re not presenting
130:41
them with options that allowed them to
130:42
continue to grow economically like
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nuclear if you don’t present them with
130:48
those options nothing’s gonna change and
130:51
again this is assuming the worst of the
130:55
climate climate activists rhetoric being
130:58
true assuming it’s true you’ve been
131:01
doing it all wrong and stop it there
131:04
Sarah brings up a good point India
131:07
doesn’t eat cows so the methane gas
131:09
coming out of there yeah they let the
131:12
cows fart all over the place
131:15
cows are so in in Hinduism the highest
131:18
they believe in reincarnation and there
131:20
are different castes and tears that you
131:21
reincarnate up or down to based on your
131:23
how good of a person you were each time
131:25
the top level you can reach before I
131:28
guess ascending into whatever is a cow
131:33
so not only don’t they eat cows they
131:36
basically let cows do whatever the hell
131:37
they want to including farting you know
131:41
every we’re not sure why they have cows
131:50
like to treat them like gods
131:54
it’s quite an industry yeah so yes no
131:59
they don’t that would that would help
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things
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so all this to say now a little birdie
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tells me one of our commenters a little
132:09
birder little birdie says Chinese people
132:12
are super rude I think they just have a
132:14
different mentality than we do like when
132:16
you come from a country of 1.4 billion
132:18
people and everyone’s just trying to
132:23
make ends meet and I think it’s just we
132:26
have a a and I hate using SJW terms in
132:30
general but we do we come from a
132:32
privileged mindset we have a level of
132:34
prosperity that will say stuff like well
132:39
but you could do it in a cleaner way or
132:40
you could be nicer about it then no we
132:42
couldn’t because we only have a certain
132:44
number of seconds in the day and we’re
132:46
trying to like build something and make
132:47
ends meet they are our ancestors 150 so
132:51
years ago when they were industrializing
132:53
they don’t have time for your feelings
132:54
and they don’t have time for caring
132:56
about climate output not for something
132:59
20 30 40 however many years from now so
133:03
you know Greta I I guess I appreciate
133:06
the fact that you care about something
133:08
but you’re looking at the wrong people
133:10
to get upset at and good luck doing that
133:15
stick in in the countries where it
133:17
actually matters that wish you luck
133:21
that’s not what in what’s in the notes
133:23
but I wish you luck that’s definitely
133:27
not what’s in the notes but I wish you
133:28
luck I think I did a good job with that
133:34
you did you did you you followed the
133:36
instructions I said follow the
133:38
instruction was I don’t I don’t
133:40
so I’ve conversed with Matt expressing
133:44
some of my frustrations about this girl
133:45
but it’s really not this girl it’s the
133:48
fact that people keep trotting out
133:52
children and she’s 16 so she’s not you
133:56
know a 5 year old but they’re trotting
133:59
out youths to talk about important
134:03
policy things which
134:04
is fine if a 16 17 18 year old has a lot
134:07
of stuff to say great I just had TJ
134:10
Roberts on my show he’s 20 it’s been
134:11
doing this since he was like 18 but you
134:14
can’t then when people maybe go a little
134:19
too far and mock them as we mock people
134:22
in in in socio-political discussions and
134:24
go well they’re just kids that kid chose
134:28
to be the figurehead of an entire global
134:32
movement or David hog he was the
134:34
figurehead of a national movement you
134:37
don’t then get to go on just the kid
134:40
[Music]
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don’t make fun of me I’m just a kid why
134:44
are you like maybe picking fights with
134:46
Trump on Twitter right making fun of a
134:50
kid for the way that they look or
134:52
because they have Asperger’s or whatever
134:54
like that whatever yeah that’s adorable
134:56
that’s awful don’t do that yeah don’t
134:59
there are ideas and telling them that
135:00
they’re just ridiculous that’s fine do
135:03
that all day long if they’re willing to
135:05
put it out there make fun of it
135:08
yeah make fun make them question their
135:10
make them have to defend it and if
135:13
anything else if no if nothing else it
135:15
will make them better at arguing their
135:17
points and it might make them reconsider
135:20
if they want to do this right now
135:22
because it’s one thing for if I get up
135:24
and I mean if you’re a kid and you’re
135:26
getting up and saying you know I want to
135:28
end gang violence let’s try to talk and
135:31
end gang violence you know don’t attack
135:33
the kid right but like if a kid gets up
135:36
and starts pushing not only pushing
135:39
policy prescriptions but is getting in
135:41
people’s faces and and David hog did the
135:43
same thing accusing adults of ruining
135:46
their lives and you know I mean hog was
135:48
I mean he was picking fights with people
135:50
like picking online arguments with
135:52
people but then when they argue back you
135:59
just hear on my bike we mean look it’s
136:02
one or the other and and meanwhile it’s
136:05
wrong to make you know I hate when
136:07
people you know they start with little
136:09
troops orange okay he’s Orange did that
136:12
help you like I think it’s stupid in
136:14
general regardless of age or whatever
136:16
picking on
136:18
ad hominem quid pro quo ad hominem is
136:22
the tool of someone that doesn’t have a
136:24
real argument and so in general I just
136:27
don’t like it but that doesn’t change
136:29
because of their age and and again
136:32
knowing that in political spheres that
136:34
some people will insult you because of
136:36
your looks or your the way you talk or
136:38
whatever why would you put a kid in that
136:43
unless it’s because you want to chat you
136:46
want to silence people actually
136:49
challenging what they have to say and
136:51
just going oh it’s the truth in the
136:54
mouths of children but also don’t dare
136:57
challenge anything they’re saying from
136:59
themselves for the bath of babes that
137:02
was the truth very obviously coached and
137:06
what to say and how to say it yeah it’s
137:09
it’s just it’s not good and again if she
137:14
wants to do this great do it where it
137:18
matters don’t be like the adults behind
137:20
you who just uselessly virtue signal and
137:22
tried to turn this into a partisan thing
137:24
to score partisan points if this is
137:27
something that is an existential threat
137:28
to all of us why are you making this
137:30
partisan look why would that even matter
137:35
anyway so that is that is my thought on
137:42
that so don’t do that so don’t do it
137:50
you know last week we were talking about
137:57
how it was the beginning of fall this
137:59
week yeah and we were gonna go from
138:02
being sweet summer boys to sweet autumn
138:03
boys adorable autumn boys adorable Adam
138:07
boys and I was waiting to see if you
138:10
were gonna bust out your sweater vest
138:12
like you said we were gonna drown yeah I
138:20
don’t I loved it in my car I know I I
138:25
have I I don’t have my I’ll have to get
138:27
my sweater best
138:28
I got a scarf so I could be like extra
138:32
hipster that would be appropriate I
138:35
could probably get a little pumpkin and
138:37
put it put it here yours is probably
138:42
back because you have an actual desk in
138:43
front of you so it’d probably be better
138:44
if you did the pumpkin but I will do oh
138:48
you actually have a scarf right they oh
138:49
wow because if you’re wearing the
138:57
sweater vest I was gonna wear the scarf
138:58
but I’m glad you didn’t because this
139:00
room gets from really hot
139:01
cuz so guys it’s autumn but we’re both
139:04
in the south I mean I’m in Myrtle Beach
139:07
and he’s in Florida so like it’s still
139:10
hot here I went to the beach yesterday
139:13
and I waited till it was a little like
139:16
later so I wouldn’t get so hot like it’s
139:19
hot it’s hot it’s the summery like it’s
139:22
still so I’m still a sweet summer boy
139:24
I’m a sweet summer boy until well into
139:26
October yeah in which case this year I’m
139:30
probably I’m fleeing so I’m going closer
139:32
to the equator this year I can’t do it I
139:37
don’t want to do the cold
139:38
I don’t want sweet summer boy to ever
139:41
end well he better go to more South than
139:44
here then ya know often like hit so we
139:49
have family in Barbados so I may just go
139:51
there yes a year international do i yeah
139:56
I’ll be an international I’ll be I’ll be
139:57
a West Indies Jew yes you will
140:01
that’ll be nice so I don’t have an
140:03
episode well
140:04
this is Thursday this is Thursday yes
140:07
our next show is on Tuesday that’s our
140:10
next show was on Tuesday so tune in next
140:12
week for the muddy waters of freedom
140:15
with me and Matt right and then on
140:18
Wednesday I believe that I will be
140:21
having an episode of my fellow Americans
140:22
with my guest John Phillips jr. he is
140:25
the running mate – Kim ruff they are
140:27
running for president and vice president
140:29
for the Libertarian Party nomination
140:32
Nick’s our walk voting for Bill willed a
140:35
little birdie that’s my favorite comment
140:37
anybody has ever made on this show ever
140:44
thank you
140:45
I’ll read this sure money he doesn’t
140:51
know when it my name is spike by the way
140:52
but thank you a little birdie says muddy
140:54
Beach all you need is some TLC and some
140:57
vitamin P what I’m trying to say is I
140:59
find you sexually attractive
141:01
I’ve thank you I’m actually happily
141:04
married to a woman but I’d be lying if I
141:06
said that that didn’t flatter me I try
141:09
my best on here so that’s good it is
141:11
appreciated I will put it that way it’s
141:13
appreciated thank you
141:16
so today so to book in this episode my
141:21
money at waters so Matt if someone were
141:23
to look for us on the Internet is that
141:26
even possible
141:27
you know that is possible oh yeah you
141:30
can find us on Facebook at facebook.com
141:31
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141:33
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141:35
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141:40
on float at float FL OTE the app slash
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muddied waters media you can find this
141:48
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141:56
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every episode at muddy waters Mediacom
142:01
and we are like I mean except for
142:04
Pinterest we’re pretty much on
142:07
everything yeah pretty much
142:08
Muddy Waters media is on we ever here we
142:12
are around we are we we in here we are
142:16
we are definitely not
142:18
humble we are not on tumblr no I don’t
142:21
even want to try to learn tumblr we
142:23
should get on reddit we should get on
142:26
reddit but we’re definitely not on
142:27
tumblr because when I was signing us up
142:29
for a tumblr account
142:30
I made the age too young because I just
142:33
kind of made up in age and they said no
142:35
they and we’re we are banned from
142:38
totally banned from tumblr for our age I
142:41
like that form I like being bombarded
142:44
for the next 14 years we are banned from
142:47
I like being carted and I like that I’m
142:51
banned from Twitter until I’m in my 50s
142:53
well 40s no 50s oh my god I’m old so
142:58
guys thanks again for tuning in we will
143:00
see you next Tuesday at our regular time
143:01
and where we’re going we don’t need
143:04
roads mic check yo
143:14
[Music]
143:20
I will not go pop I will not go stop
143:25
gonna say no means no just this is true
143:28
hip hop I do not flip sup I’m gonna say
143:30
blow me
143:31
this is perseverance perseverance
143:36
perseverance
143:39
[Music]
143:48
this is perseverance
143:50
this is perseverance this is
143:53
perseverance
143:56
this is perseverance I’ve been on the
143:58
romm since I made a first appearance
144:00
I’ve been on the grind never beta for
144:01
the clearance life is all the time so
144:03
I’m gonna live a fearless yeah and
144:05
people gonna hear this made a little
144:07
name with addition incoherence never
144:08
been a lane now I’m closer to a genius
144:10
knowledge of my brain chocolate
144:12
experience still I’m not rich but at
144:14
least I’m broke never sell dreams cuz I
144:16
better sell hope hope people so lost in
144:18
the mirrors and the smokes think I’d be
144:19
a real a bloke if I said I sold dope no
144:21
but my friends will tell you that I’m
144:22
awesome awesome I started selling and
144:24
they bottom bottom I told him get him
144:26
and I got him so if you want dough cause
144:28
that’s not a prize it’s time to put the
144:30
noodles on the wax rock-hard like I got
144:32
the Beatles in the back go soft make it
144:34
easy living off the map or I can go hard
144:36
like you’re freaking shooter on the
144:37
track I’m grinding from a zero to a
144:39
stack and I’m talking about the nero
144:41
getting jacked if what kind of needs a
144:43
new king i’ma go hard to be the leader
144:45
of the pack a needle in a stack and I’m
144:47
feelin to attack not a bala no touch
144:48
Allah but a hero and a black I’m an
144:50
eagle to arrest ruble demon on a tractor
144:52
and the scholar in a brawler you don’t
144:53
feel it if you
144:54
you’re always talking neutral in your
144:56
rap and I’m trying to fill my minutes on
144:58
the map to give your dog votes for life
145:00
and kept my room clean
145:01
I’m the Jordan Peter center fat I will
145:04
not go pop
145:05
I will not go stop gonna say no means no
145:07
this is true hip-hop
145:09
I’m not flip flop blow me flow this is
145:12
perseverance appearance I will not go
145:21
pop I will not go stop when I say no
145:23
means no just this is true hip-hop this
145:29
is perseverance down towards this is
145:31
perseverance
145:32
this is perseverance
145:37
and I believe what I prophesize so I
145:39
don’t apologize unless I do wrong I
145:42
don’t bow to the mob I don’t live to
145:43
antagonize but they say I’m too
145:46
outspoken smoke they wonder if I’m
145:48
joking look a little bit its chest but I
145:50
say what I feel man I’m feeling I’m open
145:53
trust in God my to live in the physical
145:54
selfish thoughts but I give in the liver
145:56
go doc cops hot want my speech to be
145:58
criminal lies get fired when I speak the
146:00
political I am NOT left-wing I am NOT
146:03
right-wing I just know all these things
146:05
I know yeah you cannot label me you
146:07
can’t put shame on me when I say go
146:09
means go fresh I step into the premises
146:11
kicked off rounds in the left arm
146:13
expressing it hop online and reply to
146:15
all the messages got to spend time and
146:17
I’m grateful let’s cherish it
146:18
don’t talk crap no I’d rather be
146:19
irrelevant can’t play those people know
146:21
that I’m intelligent see me up Lakes not
146:23
big beard let them in 12 your teeth now
146:25
flowing like your favorite boots your
146:26
love now I’m moving up an eminence a
146:28
girl show love she’s a feeling all the
146:30
Pleasant listen got huge streams I can
146:31
never be a pessimist too much love I can
146:33
never be a feminist girls to stop
146:35
looking on credulous I am not a bad man
146:37
I am NOT your nemesis always had a man
146:39
contrived take it back to Genesis worked
146:41
so hard time to remember benefit
146:43
I will not go pop I will not go stop
146:46
gonna say no means no just this is true
146:48
hip-hop I’m not flip-flop if they blow
146:51
me flow this is perseverance and this is
146:54
perseverance
146:55
this is perseverance I will not go pop I
147:02
will not go stop when I say no means no
147:04
does this is true hip-hop I do not flip
147:06
when I say blow me flow this is
147:09
perseverance this is perseverance
147:12
this is perseverance


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