Episode 117 – dId ThEy WaTcH tHe TrIaL?!


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Trump praises communism, Schiff commits treason, Warren and Zuckerberg go to war, and Amber Guyger finally gets found guilty for breaking into Botham Jean’s home and murdering him. #CopTears


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[Music]
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good morning good afternoon or good
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evening and welcome to the vanguard for
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spike but did you watch the truck Owen I
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am Matt right and together we are
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traversing the muddy waters of freedom
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did you watch the trial like Lulu wants
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to drive literally watch the trial
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literally watch the trial hey guys I
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hope that you’ve literally watched the
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trial I’m spike Owen good to see you
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again
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uh first and foremost allow me to thank
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Robert Evelyn Carmichael for the cop
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goodness I’d like to thank Nestle Pure
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Life for my possibly French water this
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is from reverse osmosis like to thank
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that for the water below wanaka bula
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vinaka what’s funny is if Bobby sees
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that he’s gonna get so mad I’m Robert
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Evelyn and that’s just gonna make it
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better that’s a fancy
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I mean hey listen if you’re having your
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you’re having your your stuff made by a
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Robert Evelyn that’s pretty loud Evelyn
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Carmichael that’s like Robert devil
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window Robert Evelyn will shout out to
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Robert Evelyn and guys thank you for
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tuning in to this special post the
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bitches guilty episode of the muddy
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waters of freedom did you watch the
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triple in case you didn’t watch the
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trial because a lot of you apparently
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did not watch the trial yeah seriously
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seriously though you obviously didn’t
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watch the trial it’s none of you watch
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the trial but wait Matt apparently
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watched all of the trial all of it
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he watched every inch every inch because
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that’s how you measure time every inch
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of time of that trial would say did you
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watch the trial
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yeah did you yeah every inch of it but
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no he listened to an impressive amount
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of that trial to get some clips for us
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today but so yeah I guess let’s let’s
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get start so speaking of I don’t know
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well anyway so great top in the top of
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the the fold news to start off for
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tonight is of course our president who
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is faithfully fighting against socialism
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around the world he did so today by
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praising Chinese Chinese communism he
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congratulated President G and the
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Chinese people on the 70th anniversary
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of the People’s Republic of China
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picture related there that is a little
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girl being executed by yeah I like it
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well for our audio listeners the tweet
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is surrounded for anybody who’s watching
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us I hope you understand that’s a little
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girl being executed by a communist
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regime I like the guy ducking out of the
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way oh yeah
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that’s some pro moves right there if you
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look the two holding or they know not
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only do you want to get out of the way
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the bullet but of the blast which means
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they’ve done this reform done once or
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twice the first first roll in the hay
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but uh but yeah so Donald Trump praising
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the chai calms who are best known one of
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the greatest hits of course is the Great
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Leap Forward in which somewhere between
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70 and 100 million Chinese people died
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mostly from starvation the pretty much
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every other human atrocity pales in
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comparison to it and it was either it
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really was a toss-up between this photo
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and tank man which is the guy that stood
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down the tanks in Tiananmen Square but
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we don’t know if tank man died we do
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know this girl died so right like this
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was a little bit more powerful so
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congrats to Communist China from us here
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at the muddy waters of freedom because
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you know if if anybody deserves
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congratulations for making it 70 years
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it’s a deadly communist regime a brutal
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police state regime built around the
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worst human suffering that we’ve seen in
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the modern era right
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some of the worst we’ve seen in the
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modern era so congrats to you guys so
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yeah I mean that’s you know we got a
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fight socialism at we got to stop
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socialism unless you I know unless it’s
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in China in which case congrats on 70
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years here’s the brutal socialism 70
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more Bulova knock everyone lovin on
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Trump was was not finished and I’m not
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sure if this happened before or after
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that but before this was before that
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well that make sense so he also speaking
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of I guess people talking like dictators
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Donald Trump went after Adam Schiff
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congressman of for a Democratic
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congressman from the 28th district of
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California fun fact there he because he
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and we’ll get into what he said they got
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Trump mad but Trump said get some words
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for mr. Schiff he said Rep Adam Schiff
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illegally made up a fake and terrible
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statement pretended it to be mine as the
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most important part of my call to the
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Ukrainian president and read it aloud to
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Congress and the American people it bore
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no relationship to what I said on the
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call arrest for treason because that
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would I mean I I don’t know if Chris
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Reynolds personal injury attorney Chris
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Reynolds attorney at law if he’s tuned
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in we’d like to know if that constitutes
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treason
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but I can actually answer this because I
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was looking up definitions of treason
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earlier today that I want to include the
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notes and then I got a phone call and
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stopped but in order for it to be
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considered treason it basically has to
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be an act of war against the country ah
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so just saying that the president said
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something that he didn’t exactly say no
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no no so the answer probably more
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slander possibly so the answer to his
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question arrest for treason would be no
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no now to be fair uh Adam shifts
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statement was a
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he got a little bit he got a little bit
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off the beaten path of what Trump
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actually said this was the summer he
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gave that got Trump mad his summary was
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what he accused Donald Trump of saying
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is we’ve been very good to your country
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very good no other country has done as
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much as we have but you know what I
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don’t see much reciprocity here I hear
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what you want I have a favor I want from
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you though and I’m gonna say this only
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seven times so you better listen good I
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want you to make up dirt on my political
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opponent understand lots of it
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that is what Adam Schiff pictured there
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Democrat of California what he said and
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so that was a bit of a
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mischaracterization of what of what
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Donald Trump said no no that’s that’s
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Adam Schiff he represents the twenty
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eighth District of California he’s a
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Democrat congressman he’s overseeing the
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impeachment probe in Congress so you
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know what he said was a you know he was
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he later said or I guess he said during
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that summer he said you know this was
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meant to be at least part in parody now
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I know what you’re thinking this does
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not look like someone who would you know
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satirise something important like that
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and yet he did that’s and you know when
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you’re starting when you’re starting out
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a congressional hearing it’s good to do
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something in parity I write when you’re
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putting something down in the official
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record as to how a president acted or
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what a president said you want it to be
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in Perry do you would you would Matt and
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I I mean I mean listen you’re bringing
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him up on treason as Adam Schiff has
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done and and you look at this man this
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is the the face of seriousness there but
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the reality is this it’s like Matt said
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you’re about to try to impeach someone
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so you go and you know riff on what he
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said and not just like you know say a
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few words of like summarizing
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he like said an entire paragraph there
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it’s not what he said he didn’t say dig
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up dirt and you know whether you think
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there’s a quid pro quo we should
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probably have a quid pro quo count on
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our episode from now on but uh you know
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whether you think that’s you know he was
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calling for a quid pro quo he never
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actually said that and it kind of gives
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a lack of seriousness to the whole thing
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and if there’s anything we here at
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muddied waters media hate more than
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anything it’s not being serious about
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this Matt that’s true it’s a very
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serious it’s a very serious thing going
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I’m taking it seriously so to make jokes
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about it is it’s just wrong it’s it’s
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absolutely wrong it’s absolutely wrong
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and anybody who is making jokes about it
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should be brought up on treason treason
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charges right so Trump is also demanded
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to face the whistleblower he wants to
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face his whistleblower that started all
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of this and I mean let’s be fair I know
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when someone’s blowing my whistle I want
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to face them that’s right and everybody
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knows the greatest whistleblower in
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White House history is Monica Lewinsky
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Monica Lewinsky who as far as we know
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true
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Bill Clinton was facing her that’s true
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I can’t imagine she’d be a good
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whistleblower if you if you will if he
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wasn’t I’m sure if I look hard enough on
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the internet I can find a photo
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depicting her whistleblowing him not
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without not facing facing away from him
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or him facing away from her which would
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probably be more likely right although I
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guess it’s depending on how you’re
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positioned she could technically face
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away from him but Trump doesn’t want
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that no Trump wants to he wants to be I
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to I with that whistle blower he wants
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to see who’s blowing his whistle which
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is how I like to I want them to look I
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want them to face me too I want I want I
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want the eye contact alone whenever it
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whenever anyone’s whistles being blown
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it’s too many people want to make it an
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in-person
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and I think that that’s wrong and
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frankly I mean let’s let’s let’s be
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clear if you’re gonna blow someone’s
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whistle without facing them I think
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really you should be brought up on
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charges of treason true true I think
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that a you know and everybody is all
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about anonymity when it comes to blow
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and whistles and Cory Booker knows a lot
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about that actually
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t-bone yeah eben Wright but you know
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usually I like to know my whistleblowers
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I like to know my whistleblowers it get
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get that one-on-one contact with the
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whistleblowers well speaking of innuendo
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Liz Warren has been sucking up a lot huh
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hey hey that’s like I put that in the
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notes and I didn’t almost almost it’s
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almost like that happened so Matt you
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actually know more about this so I’m
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gonna let you gonna lead off on what
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happened here
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so back in July there was an inch enter
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office meeting just got a message from
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somebody saying they’d blow my whistle
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it was somebody whose thumb was in my
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mouth oh well I hope he faces you good
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good to see he’s getting over it so in
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July Facebook had an interoffice meeting
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because maybe of the Democratic
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presidential candidates have been saying
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things that it’s a 180 sorry that guy
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that’s a what yeah that isn’t one a that
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isn’t one he he is straight on looking
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me right in the Iowa whistle blowing me
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but uh a lot of the Democratic
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presidential candidates talking about
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breaking up large tech corporations like
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zero Facebook Amazon and Elizabeth
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Warren has been one of the one of the
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candidates that has been kind of leading
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this charge all right in this meeting
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Zuckerberg he had some harsh words about
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what they plan to do and we
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actually have audio of this interoffice
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meeting thanks to some good detective
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work by Stephen our intern Stephen the
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intern did some great work here thank
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good job Stephen so here is Mark
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Zuckerberg CEO and founder of Facebook
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talking about how he plans to to fight
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this fix at the right answer is to break
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up the companies you know I mean she
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gets elected president and I would bet
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that we will have a legal challenge and
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I would bet that we will win the legal
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challenge so it’s so it’s so basically
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it’s and so does that still suck for us
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yeah I mean that’s it you know have a
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major lawsuit against our own government
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I mean that’s not like the position that
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you want to be in when you’re you know I
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mean it’s like we we care about our
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country and I want to work with our
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government to do good things but good
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look at the end of the day if someone’s
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going to try to threaten something that
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existential you go to the map fight so
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was that for my I mean did was this
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leaked or was this intention yeah this
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was this was this was a leaked this was
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leaked from somebody I don’t know where
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it was who leaked it I’m certain the
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Zuckerberg wants to look at that
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whistleblower oh you imagine how much
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Tucker Berg would like to look with like
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the face of that whistleblower oh yeah
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he wants to get i’d i would that
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whistleblower but so what he’s what he’s
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basically saying here is that if they
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try to break up the company he will sue
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the government and the only people who
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are truly working to do this are the
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people that facebook is supported no
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that’s my favorite part about this is
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elizabeth warren and other like she’s
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the main one so what we’re just gonna
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keep there and since she is right now
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the front-runner of the 2020 race if she
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becomes the nominee facebook will be
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supporting the person trying to break
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them up and planning on suing that
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person later which begs the question
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exactly how much are they really gonna
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support her i mean it’s so much of dem
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Kratts hoped hinge on 2016 not replaying
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itself where Donald Trump was basically
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given parody on social media to the
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Democrats and I mean there’s been all
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this talk on social media platforms
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about you know on all the different you
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know the woke people running these
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platforms saying you know we have to do
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more essentially they won’t outright say
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it but basically saying we want to make
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sure the Democrat wins this time and
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what if the Democrat wants to break them
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all up how much are they gonna fight for
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but uh Zuckerberg had more to say he he
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was stating that if you you know break
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up the companies it makes election
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interference more possible because these
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big tech companies can’t work together
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to stop interference which basically
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means what we were just saying you know
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we want to work together to make sure
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Donald Trump doesn’t get reelected and
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you’re you’re fighting us but this way
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he had to say about that
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it doesn’t make election interference
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less likely it makes it more work
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together to coordinate to coordinate
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together to on to not interfere in
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elections i interfere to coordinate to
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not interfere in other words to make
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sure there’s millions right so it’s
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really interesting that you’ve got a
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company or you’ve got a candidate such
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as liz morning saying these things and
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knowing that a company such as sucker
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book is out there doing everything they
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can to silence great voice political
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voices by taking away like buttons and
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now people like pages and hiding them in
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searches like muddy waters media right
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like like this one and she see she’s
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like oh well they’re you’re silencing
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people like muddied waters media we need
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to break them up so that’ll fix it so
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that’ll fix it and sucks going wait a
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minute i’m trying to support you and
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you’re trying to take away half of my
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money yeah and keep
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mind we’re not Republicans we are the
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fact that we’re being targeted and we’re
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not being targeted as bad as others I
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mean other people have had their their
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pages completely removed we’ve we’ve
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gotten essentially a slap on the wrist
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but for nothing we haven’t actually done
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anything wrong they can’t tell us what
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we’ve done wrong
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we have no hits against us and yet
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they’ve taken our like button we aren’t
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one we’ve got one hit
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we had one hit against us yeah just the
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one with a stupid hit oh the Xbox one
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the Hitler playing xbox yeah we have a
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hit for Hitler playing xbox but this and
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this happened way before all of that we
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lost our like button and all of that
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stuff it’s just cuz we’re not Pro
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Democrat if we were Pro Democrat we
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wouldn’t be treated like this anyway all
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that to say it is fun to watch this
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enemy on enemy friendly fryer and may it
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continue well into past the election
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cycle but the real big news here is that
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sadly guys it looks like the
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participants that jurors in the amber
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Geiger trial did not watch the trial um
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because the they and the and the city of
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Dallas at large have avoided massive
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riots in Dallas by finding the former
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cop amber Geiger that’s the white chick
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on the left there white cop amber Geiger
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guilty of the murder of both Amazon who
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was an immigrant who lived in the
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apartment directly above amber and was
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in his home when she broke into it and
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killed him while he ate ice cream and
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yet this woman had the I guess we’ll say
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gall audacity the self-confidence to
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contest this and not CLE down to
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something else
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she said yeah what’s that
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Happy New Year oh thank you
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she broke into his house saying that she
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had confused it with hers even though
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there were multiple visual cues that
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should have tipped her off that she
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wasn’t in her house like for example the
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fact that the door was different and
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there was a welcome mat on the door and
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her key didn’t work and that furnishings
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were different and pretty much it was
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someone else’s property oh and also
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there was a guy on the couch eating ice
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cream eating ice cream just completely
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naked cuz that’s what you do when you
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break into someone’s house oh is he
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I think so I think they said he was
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naked but he was well that’s that is
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really the best way to eat ice cream I’m
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not late I mean seriously okay I respect
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that it’s hot or was hot it’s Dallas
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Dallas it’s always hot I’d be I’d be
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doing if I lived in Texas I’d be buck
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naked eating ice cream too in my home
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and great and so she that was her that
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was her I don’t even know what that was
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what she had to say was that she was a
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sprayed this is actually a bit of her
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three hours of testimony or 11 minutes
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three hours and seven minutes that are
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amazing even pictured here on the left
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watched
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pretty much all of so that he could get
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some of this this primo testimony of
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this chick explaining why it’s okay
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that she broke into someone else’s house
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and killed him
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now and you fire why did you fire inside
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oil is gonna kill
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[Applause]
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[Music]
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[Laughter]
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as she actually cried yet she hates that
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she has to live I watched a lot of that
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yeah with Stephen you watched it with
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Stephen right with Stephen and at
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certain points yes I think she actually
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shed tear okay like you could see like
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I’m looking at it in 720 I was looking
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at it in 720 and for hours watching that
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and I think that yes there were a few
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times that she did the most important
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parts of that word she says
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my training took oak which isn’t in
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there because I just wanted you to see
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the absolute force of an I’m sad face
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what’s that he puts on it’s like she she
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it’s like she watched too many episodes
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of that show lied to me and then was
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like let me try to figure out how to
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look as sad as possible and she learned
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that if you bring the eyebrows in and
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kind of get them to go up while pulling
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the lip down and that’s like that’s all
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she did for like most of that great
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they’re not going yeah they’re not and I
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mean either our bows so he was
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well-known as like people knew him as
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bow
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neither will Bo’s family and he doesn’t
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have to worry about feeling like a piece
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of crap because you killed him while he
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was eating ice cream in his home I see
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okay so she said that my training took
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over and I shot him twice and they were
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like that’s called a double tap right
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and she goes yes that’s a double tap and
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they were like in that you learn that in
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your training and she goes yes I learned
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that in my training and he was okay but
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you said that there were visual clues
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that you noticed that meant that it
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wasn’t your apartment didn’t Matt was
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missing and when you in like him when
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and the key didn’t work right and she’s
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right but I was really tired and people
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are saying that she it’s not that she
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was tired as that she was distracted
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because while she was breaking into this
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man’s apartment she was texting her
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married lover who’s also on the force
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and she was worried about them getting
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caught or something now I mean this is
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one hell of a way to get caught because
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after she broke into this man’s
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apartment pointed a gun at him double
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tapped him she was worried about
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deleting the text messages instead of
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giving CPR another part of her training
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right part of her officer training to
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delete evidence and not give CPR to
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right and they said didn’t you did you
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learn CPR well yeah I’ve never performed
28:55
it on a human still hasn’t by the way
28:59
she’s like I’d never court for him doing
29:01
a human they said that was a part of
29:02
your training and she said yes it was
29:03
part of my training then she said what
29:06
were you doing I said I was on the phone
29:08
giving them my location and it’s in I
29:12
couldn’t give CPR cuz I was on the phone
29:14
and goes they have speakerphone and she
29:18
goes right but I was there were so many
29:20
things going through my mind and they
29:21
said were you deleting text messages
29:23
yeah I was deleting text messages to my
29:27
married lover right and she goes well
29:30
have you deleted messages from him
29:31
before in the past and she said yes and
29:35
she was like why she goes well I feel
29:37
really guilty about it and it’s like
29:39
well if you do why are you doing things
29:42
yeah you’re just gonna keep on doing it
29:44
even though you got that guilt
29:45
building up inside of you baby said I’m
29:47
doing it great and maybe if you weren’t
29:50
dealing with all the guilt and being you
29:52
know exhausted from your hard day of
29:55
finding people for idiotic things that
29:58
aren’t real crimes you wouldn’t um have
30:02
shot an innocent man in his home and
30:04
then beg people to forgive you while
30:07
saying that you don’t deserve
30:08
forgiveness and that you and that you
30:11
wish you had died so yeah you wish this
30:15
man had killed you instead if you wish
30:18
you I’d died didn’t you say you’re
30:21
guilty
30:21
either that or sorry for this one but
30:24
just do it right i I don’t I
30:30
anyway this so she was found guilty now
30:33
ought not to be fair not all of our
30:36
followers are happy with the outcome um
30:37
they were they were not pleased they
30:41
think that we were piling on her because
30:44
she’s a police officer and they thought
30:45
that we were not being fair and that
30:50
maybe we hadn’t seen the trial um Matt
30:54
and I I guess that’s I mean you did see
30:56
the trial I saw the trial
30:59
I watched pretty much all that trial
31:01
just so when somebody says did you see
31:04
the trial like yeah did you I didn’t did
31:06
you see the trial because I watched
31:08
pretty much all of it yeah and ya know
31:12
she did it I don’t care what excuses she
31:15
has you know something and people are
31:19
like well it should be manslaughter not
31:20
murder whatever blah by the way that
31:24
Texas law is written it’s murder
31:28
yeah they dependent it doesn’t matter
31:30
what it’s written like in your state
31:32
everybody matters what it’s written we
31:33
can that one right and another thing
31:35
that they said was you know well you
31:36
know some of the investigators were on
31:38
her side and we’re defending her yes
31:40
that’s called the thin blue line that’s
31:43
called the that’s called please taking
31:46
up for each other do you think that if
31:48
it had been just a random person who had
31:51
gone into some into Ana who had broken
31:53
into an officer’s home and killed them
31:55
while they ate ice cream that those
31:57
officers would be coming up with reasons
31:59
why that was justified oh they’re one of
32:01
the things they said is Oh in that
32:02
building
32:03
a lot of people mad a lot of people had
32:07
um also mistakenly gone into the wrong
32:11
units guess how many of them killed the
32:14
person that was in the unit just tur
32:17
well just the one well one oh yeah just
32:20
one just hurt no one else so that’s not
32:24
really good evidence so and yes a lot of
32:26
people said well you know technically
32:28
it’s manslaughter it’s not murder
32:30
because she didn’t premeditate it but
32:31
like matt said this is Texas it’s a call
32:36
written that they call that murder
32:39
anything call that straight-up murder in
32:41
Texas and just to completely drive home
32:45
the fact that this ha officer was given
32:48
every possible chance the judge allowed
32:54
the jury to consider the castle doctrine
32:58
as exonerating possible possibly
33:02
exonerating her now for those who don’t
33:03
know the castle doctrine is the idea
33:05
that when you are in your home your home
33:07
and someone trespasses or breaks into it
33:11
that you have a right to defend yourself
33:13
against that person using lethal force
33:15
even if they’re not using lethal force
33:17
against you
33:18
the fact that they’re in your poem and
33:20
are refusing to leave and put and that
33:22
you feel threatened by them being in
33:24
your home that you can you can use
33:26
deadly force against them in your home
33:30
going back to the self-confidence we
33:32
were talking about it takes a high level
33:34
of self confidence to go well you know
33:35
because I thought I was in my house even
33:37
though I have no proof of that
33:38
I want to revoke castle doctrine Matt
33:42
you can imagine the pandemonium that
33:45
would happen if any person that
33:47
committed murder could say I swore I
33:49
thought I was in my house this was
33:51
totally castle doctrine your honor
33:53
oh yeah killed that hooker in at one of
33:57
the lake I thought it was at my house I
33:59
know
34:00
thanks to personal injury attorney Chris
34:03
Reynolds attorney at law there have been
34:06
multiple cases here in Florida recently
34:09
where somebody got away they call it
34:13
where they broken into homes that they
34:15
used to live in okay
34:19
I normally normally what I’m guessing is
34:23
it’s because they’re drunk or on
34:25
something and they just don’t they don’t
34:27
there and they get caught there right
34:29
right but it god I can’t remember what
34:32
the term for it is but those people used
34:36
to live in those places they’re still
34:37
going to jail
34:38
there is no castle doctrine for them
34:41
one guy was cooking breakfast and told
34:44
the people to go back to bed like that
34:49
oh wow
34:51
I’ll let you know when the eggs are
34:52
ready that’s fine daddy but yet like you
34:59
could just easily break into anybody’s
35:01
house then be like oh I thought this was
35:03
mine
35:04
and shoot them and castle doctor like
35:07
that would there would be precedent for
35:09
it exactly they would be pressing well
35:11
your honor that other chick she killed
35:14
the guy in his house this wasn’t even
35:16
her house it was the lake I thought that
35:19
was my pool I’m like why is this hooker
35:23
at my pool right so I mean a lot of
35:27
stuff could happen here or even just the
35:29
idea that you can get off of murder
35:31
charges because you didn’t mean to the
35:36
pandemonium that would happen as a
35:38
result of anyone go well Your Honor I
35:39
didn’t mean it I didn’t I didn’t mean to
35:42
I didn’t mean to kill the guy I have
35:43
frickin uh I just I fired the gun
35:48
hide f initely aimed the gun at him and
35:51
I definitely pulled the trigger twice
35:53
I totally double atop that hooker but I
35:56
didn’t mean to kill her but I did not
35:59
mean to kill her everyday I live with
36:02
this regret and that should be
36:04
punishment enough your honor
36:06
I feel like a piece of crap as God is my
36:08
witness I thought hookers were more
36:10
resilient than that there’s a lot of bad
36:13
things that could happen as a result of
36:15
this so this is you know we’re I’m an
36:17
anarchist I don’t know what are we in 30
36:19
35 minutes in but if we’re going to have
36:23
whether it’s a state the status society
36:25
or a stateless society
36:27
there has to be a level of justice for
36:29
something like murder
36:31
yeah and go ahead real what Jenny rant
36:35
Anthony says her actions after the fact
36:39
is what makes it murder and I would
36:41
agree with it if she had just learnt
36:42
like she just went in and she did that
36:44
she did everything wrong after that she
36:49
did she didn’t try to give him CPR
36:51
she started deleting text messages so
36:53
she wouldn’t be caught for her affair
36:55
she didn’t do anything to try to save
36:57
this man’s life and like everything
37:00
after after the bang bang was wrong like
37:05
Yahoo was I need to cover all of my
37:08
tracks right now like if you would if
37:10
you had really truly accidentally killed
37:12
someone you’re not thinking man I got to
37:15
start deleting evidence you’re like holy
37:18
crap I just killed someone and hopefully
37:22
so here so if you still think you’re in
37:24
your property even after killing the
37:28
person you call the police and say you
37:31
know someone broke into my house and I
37:32
killed them and then and then again as
37:34
an officer you’re you know someone who’s
37:35
trained in CPR you use CPR if you
37:38
suddenly realize holy crap them in the
37:41
wrong place then you still you call and
37:44
say I was in the wrong put and you
37:45
perform CPR you don’t say
37:47
man I better get rid of this evidence
37:48
that’s gonna be awful damning of me
37:50
I don’t think cuz I know initially there
37:52
were people that thought that there was
37:55
possibility that she had an affair with
37:56
him and that this was a premeditated
37:58
thing and that she had you know plan to
38:00
do this or whatever I don’t necessarily
38:01
think that’s the case
38:03
I do know that there had been previous
38:04
complaints by her against him supposedly
38:07
and things like that but I think what
38:09
happened here is she came in she saw the
38:14
the you know she couldn’t get in because
38:16
her key didn’t work as it was the wrong
38:18
place so she in the latch was faulty so
38:21
she broke in somehow
38:22
she wasn’t really thinking about
38:26
anything other than sexting sexting this
38:29
guy suddenly she sees someone think we
38:32
were supposed to have a meet up later
38:33
that night yeah yeah she was like
38:35
talking about meeting the guy or
38:37
something like that and she sees someone
38:41
on her on what she thought or what she
38:44
might have thought was a cow she saw
38:45
someone there with ice cream walking
38:47
standing up and and and and walking
38:51
towards her and because her mentality
38:53
was such that she you know how dare you
38:56
exist near me rather than taking the
38:59
time that any one of us would be
39:00
expected to take in that situation and
39:02
look at this and go wait a second this
39:04
is a this is a you know an awful mix-up
39:06
she’s shot first and ask questions later
39:08
and the question she asked after she
39:10
shot was how can I you know make this
39:13
look better for me and right so now
39:16
she’s in jail for murder so right now so
39:22
the sentencing phase of her trial began
39:26
today shortly after the verdict came in
39:28
and she is going to get somewhere
39:30
between five and ninety nine years in
39:33
prison they deliberated
39:35
at around six o’clock Eastern today and
39:40
they are starting up again tomorrow
39:42
morning so we’ll know soon enough how
39:46
much time she face oh another thing
39:47
because the judge it allowed the jury to
39:51
consider castle doctrine her ability to
39:53
appeal this is gonna be garbage because
39:57
if anything this trial was unfavorable
40:00
in her favor what was unfair in her
40:03
favor they pulled out every single stop
40:06
they could to try to get this chick off
40:08
a murder so it’s not like there’s not
40:11
really anything they’re gonna be able to
40:12
claim some of her some of the
40:14
investigators were we’re testifying on
40:17
her behalf
40:19
the judge was allowing them to use
40:21
Castle Doctrine even though she was the
40:23
imagine a situation where police break
40:25
into your home they go into the wrong
40:27
house and you kill them you’re gonna be
40:30
lucky to be able to use Castle Doctrine
40:31
and it’s your home yeah this is the
40:34
opposite scenario where she mistakenly
40:36
breaks into someone’s house and shoots
40:39
the / I mean it’s it’s how ridiculous is
40:43
it that we’re actually surprised that
40:45
she was found guilty of murder anyway so
40:50
we will know soon enough how how much
40:54
time she gets
40:56
but speaking of bad actions by police
40:59
being potentially rectified by the state
41:03
Matt tell us about what happened in Ohio
41:04
we actually do have one phone call that
41:07
came in about just about the time we
41:09
started oh really
41:11
yeah well I got the notification
41:14
literally literally as we are your
41:16
starting well caller thank you for
41:21
calling you just have to pull up anchor
41:24
that oh oh it’s a message yeah
41:30
oh I thought you meant someone called on
41:31
on on the line yeah yeah okay all right
41:37
I’m having man we may have many calls on
41:40
that I haven’t open that long
41:41
oh so we have hey great news everyone my
41:47
favorite segments about to happen it is
41:48
the personal injury attorney Chris
41:50
Reynolds attorney at law
41:51
anchor calling moment where one of our
41:55
our favorite sponsors Chris Reynolds a
42:00
term personal injury attorney Chris
42:01
Reynolds attorney at law
42:02
calls in with his thoughts and questions
42:04
and Matt and I answered them so here is
42:06
the first one from Chris Reynolds
42:09
personal injury attorney Chris Reynolds
42:11
here with your AOC Millenial minute so
42:14
as we go along and we seem to be getting
42:18
more and more confidence and support for
42:22
impeachment proceedings I went back and
42:26
kind of look through the the Nixon
42:30
impeachment and a couple things that
42:34
that I noted most importantly one that
42:38
the Nixons party was was split to begin
42:43
with on on impeachment on whether or not
42:46
he should be impeached and I don’t see
42:48
that with Trump and to Nixon didn’t
42:54
control both
42:56
houses of Congress Congress so that one
42:59
was always gonna be a lot different than
43:01
what we have now so I’d love you guys as
43:04
thoughts on our current status of the
43:07
impeachment so this actually speed
43:09
that’s a great question Chris and this
43:11
actually speaks to the level of hyper
43:14
partisanship and how it’s grown over
43:16
time there was a graphic I wish I I’ll
43:20
try to find it but there’s a graphic
43:21
that shows from like 1900 to now or you
43:26
know a year ago or whatever how much the
43:31
different parties vote across party
43:33
lines and how much they vote just within
43:34
their own parties and what it has shown
43:37
is that over time the two parties have
43:40
become more and more hyper partisan now
43:43
the interesting thing is that they’ve
43:44
also they’re the differences between
43:47
their actual policies have become almost
43:50
identical in terms of they’re both the
43:53
perpetual war party they’re both the
43:56
perpetual spending party they’re both
43:58
the perpetual taxation party the
44:00
perpetual debt party the perpetual every
44:03
terrible thing
44:03
drug war perpetual military-industrial
44:06
complex prison industrial complex were
44:09
any terrible thing you want to throw in
44:10
their party but when it comes to the
44:16
actual partisanship of who should be in
44:18
power they have become more and more
44:20
hyper partisan and so the idea and this
44:23
was kind of similar with the with the
44:25
the whole Clinton debacle all pretty
44:28
much virtually all Democrats were simply
44:30
against Clinton’s impeachment and
44:32
virtually all Republicans were simply in
44:35
favor of it and the facts were basically
44:38
just things that were used by either
44:40
side to jockey against the other it
44:42
wasn’t really relevant to whether they
44:44
were in favor of it or not and we’re
44:47
seeing the same thing now you know our
44:51
our position on whether or not this is
44:52
impeachable is yeah because anything’s
44:54
impeachable it says high crimes and
44:57
misdemeanors in the Constitution so if
44:58
there’s anything that either side
45:00
decides is a high crime or misdemeanor
45:02
they can impeach him and they can remove
45:04
them that’s that that’s that’s how the
45:05
rules are written it’s not set up the
45:08
same as like a jury trial
45:10
where they have very strict definitions
45:12
of how they have to proceed to things if
45:14
they decide that that the president has
45:15
done something deserving of impeachment
45:17
they can impeach him and if the Senate
45:19
if the what two-thirds of the Senate
45:21
decides that he’s done something that
45:22
the president has done something worthy
45:24
of removal they can remove him and
45:25
that’s how it works it’s never actually
45:27
happened although with Nixon it probably
45:29
was gonna happen he would have been the
45:32
first yeah he would have been the first
45:33
which is why he which is why he he
45:36
resigned but it’s just I mean Matt
45:38
that’s just it’s just how partisan they
45:40
are right or do you think differently no
45:41
it it is um I was actually reading an
45:44
article on this earlier today by WWJ
45:50
mess and Antle the third in the American
45:53
conservative is that the guy who major
45:55
kava no no that was Robert Evelyn Carly
46:00
I’m sorry Robert Evelyn Carmichael sorry
46:01
Robert Evan Carmichael not W James Ann
46:04
told the third era now although Robert
46:07
Evelyn Carmichael is Robert Devon when
46:08
Carmichael the third oddly enough but he
46:13
hadn’t he was saying he was in the same
46:15
thing where in the Clinton during the
46:18
Clinton impeachment it was basically a
46:20
few Democrats actually voted in favor of
46:23
the impeachment inquiry right but it was
46:27
basically partisan straight down a line
46:28
and what on to impeach right and it’s
46:33
gonna be the same thing in this in this
46:35
instance against Trump where I think
46:38
maybe one Republican in the House has
46:40
said they he supports the inquiry
46:42
I believe everybody else Justin Amash
46:46
obviously doesn’t count he’s independent
46:48
everybody else all the Democrats in
46:51
Justin Amash are voting for it and
46:53
that’s what’s gonna pretty much
46:54
guarantee that this impeachment is going
46:56
to happen yeah but one of the things
46:58
that he wrote in here and I hate that I
47:02
ever I’m going to quote this person but
47:05
Alexander Hamilton warned concerning and
47:10
I mean is it and do we really
47:12
okay never mind going yeah wrote consist
47:15
one concerning impeachment in the
47:17
Federalist 65 there will always be the
47:19
greatest danger that the decision will
47:21
be regulated more by the comparative
47:23
strength of
47:24
parties than by the real demonstrations
47:25
of innocence or guilt and then which is
47:30
a good point because one of the things
47:33
that George Washington warned about when
47:34
he left office is he didn’t want a
47:37
two-party system because he said that at
47:39
some point in our country’s history
47:40
people will care more about the parties
47:42
than they do about the country right and
47:44
we hit that a long time ago like pretty
47:47
much as soon as he left yeah yeah I mean
47:51
I would I would have roughly put it in
47:53
the early 1800s but yeah it was pretty
47:57
much it was early that that that that
47:59
started happening but he James Ann told
48:03
the third closed it out and he said
48:05
drona an American citizen no worries
48:08
drone on about Joe Biden and a telephone
48:10
and a telephone call constitutional
48:12
crisis the truthfulness of one’s
48:14
testimony about oval oval office and our
48:17
course is likely to trigger an
48:19
impeachment inquiry than the accuracy of
48:21
one’s claims about weapons of mass
48:23
destruction House Speaker Nancy Pelosi
48:25
held off on anti-war Democrats but not
48:28
the resistance and that’s what it is you
48:31
are upset about something that this guy
48:33
said right not so much just something he
48:35
did Obama Obama bomb ar.drone American
48:40
citizens Bush lied about weapons of mass
48:45
destruction when I start a war Clinton
48:50
I’m certain he committed some work I
48:52
don’t really remember the whole thing
48:56
with Serbia and and Herzegovina and all
48:59
of that I mean that that the whole thing
49:01
was it that was garbage right and we got
49:04
him on lying the people about having an
49:07
affair late it’s not anymore about
49:11
what’s right and what’s wrong based on
49:13
the Constitution it’s I don’t like this
49:15
guy I want an out of office what can we
49:17
get that people will be like oh okay
49:19
that’s awful
49:20
right and apparently all that takes is
49:23
lying to the American public about
49:26
having an affair or asking somebody to
49:31
look into a political opponent right now
49:35
he did ask a foreign nation to look into
49:37
a political opponent the same foreign
49:39
nation that somebody that that political
49:41
opponent asked to stop do it stop an
49:43
investigation that was concerning his
49:45
son right
49:46
nobody in this is a good person is this
49:49
an impeachable Act yeah it is
49:51
technically it absolutely is yeah it’s a
49:54
teachable Act but comparatively to what
49:59
other presidents have done even this
50:01
president even an even Trump this is not
50:05
that bad of a thing no but yes is it in
50:09
P chable yeah is he gonna get impeached
50:11
yes is he gonna get convicted no is he
50:13
gonna win reelection probably is it as
50:16
bad as the 30 pine nut farmer farmers
50:18
that he had drone bombed no will that
50:21
ever come up as a reason to impeach him
50:23
no will President Warren president
50:27
Sanders President Biden president
50:30
occasion Cortes president whoever do the
50:33
same damn thing when they have the
50:34
opportunity if history proves yes
50:37
because Obama did Obama was supposed to
50:39
be the change in peace and love
50:41
candidate that was that’s true so was
50:45
Trump Trump was the Trump was the anti
50:47
he he ran on a foreign policy of anti
50:50
war it’s time to bring everybody at home
50:52
we’re not starting any new Wars and I
50:55
mean for the most part he’s better but
50:59
he’s not good yep no he’s not he’s not
51:03
good so a type of partisanship and it’s
51:07
about stuff that ultimately really
51:08
doesn’t affect any of us it affects the
51:10
dam which is why they’re upset about it
51:12
so if you really think about it Nixon
51:17
was trying to get dirt on the Democrats
51:20
yeah when he broke into the when he had
51:22
his people break into a lot of houses
51:24
sorry the Watergate Hotel Watergate now
51:27
yeah yeah yeah Watergate whitewater was
51:29
the Clinton violent thing right yeah
51:31
another example so he was trying to get
51:36
dirt on the Democrat Trump trying to get
51:38
dirt on Democrats Bill Clinton lied to
51:41
the American people under oath about
51:43
getting a blowjob in the Oval Office his
51:45
whistleblower anything is whistleblower
51:49
oddly enough his whistleblower was Linda
51:51
Tripp which you’d never want blowing
51:53
your whistle oh but that was his whistle
51:56
blowers whistle blower that’s true that
51:59
was his whistle blowers was you’ll
52:00
notice that Bill Clinton never asked to
52:01
face her so thanks for that question
52:07
here here’s the next
52:10
first of all injury attorney Chris
52:12
Reynolds here with your from time
52:14
recently Donald Trump voted in a tweet
52:19
an evangelical pastor who who is
52:25
essentially advocating civil war if
52:28
impeachment was successful and so and I
52:32
was talking with with one of the members
52:35
of muddy waters media recently about
52:37
this about the evangelical Christians
52:40
which one they make up about 15% of our
52:43
population and they voted and basically
52:49
about an 80 to 20 split in favor of
52:51
Trump in the last election and I didn’t
52:54
know if this reaching out by Trump now
52:57
is him knowing that he needs those votes
53:00
again and he’s not polling as well with
53:04
evangelicals as before and just any
53:07
thoughts about them as a so I don’t
53:10
think it said he’s not pulling as well
53:11
it’s that he needs all of them to show
53:13
up so evangelical Christians make up 15%
53:16
of the population and that’s actually
53:18
been dwindling for a few years now at
53:20
the same time their share of the voting
53:22
population has actually gone up which is
53:26
interesting because as they’ve gotten
53:27
older their likelihood of showing up to
53:30
vote has gone up so they have less to do
53:34
old people vote old people though it is
53:38
what it is and so they make up as much
53:42
as a quarter of the electorate and they
53:45
vote like like Chris said on you know an
53:48
80/20 sometimes even higher split for
53:50
Republicans because they’ve bought into
53:52
the whole you know argument that you
53:55
know the Democrats are killing the
53:57
babies and the Republicans are the only
53:59
things trying to stop them which is I
54:00
mean plan
54:02
is still being funded but anyway all of
54:05
that to say that the they show up to
54:09
vote Republican if enough of them don’t
54:11
show up to vote Republican then Trump
54:14
loses and sort of Republicans this is
54:16
actually a similar thing with Democrats
54:18
where they have the black vote so black
54:21
people make up about 13% of the
54:23
population and anywhere between 8 to 10
54:25
percent of the voting population and
54:26
they vote something like 90 to 95
54:30
percent Democrat actually I think closer
54:32
to 95 percent Democrat if they were to
54:35
lose not just a share of that vote but
54:37
even the amount of black people who came
54:39
out to vote went down enough Democrats
54:41
couldn’t win any statewide election much
54:44
less a federal one you know a nationwide
54:47
one like a presidential race and so they
54:51
have to whip up constantly the black
54:53
vote against Republicans
54:54
so now Trump is now quoted someone
54:59
basically calling for a civil war which
55:01
I’ve read some people can say it were
55:05
threatening that a civil war could
55:06
happen okay so what he said because I
55:09
haven’t pulled up yeah thank you
55:11
luckily it was in my text messages from
55:13
personal injury attorney Chris Reynolds
55:15
he does some of the best show prep for
55:18
me he is he is our Stephen except I have
55:20
nothing negative to say about him oh
55:22
yeah I got zero negative to say about
55:24
him what the guy Robert pastor Robert
55:29
Jeffery said on Fox News was and the
55:33
Democrats don’t care if they burn down
55:34
and destroy this nation in the process I
55:36
have seen the evangelical Christians
55:38
more angry over any issue more angry
55:41
over any issue than this attempt to
55:43
illegitimately remove this president
55:46
from office overturn the 2016 election
55:48
and negate the votes of millions of
55:50
evangelicals in the process they know
55:52
the only impeachable offense that
55:54
president Trump has committed was
55:56
beating Hillary in 2016
55:58
that’s the unpardonable unpardonable sin
56:01
for which the Democrats will never
56:03
forgive him if the Democrats are
56:05
successful in removing the president
56:06
from office which they never will be it
56:09
will cause a civil war like fracture in
56:11
this nation from which our country will
56:13
never heal so what he was saying wasn’t
56:15
it was gonna start no content creator
56:20
Chris Reynolds yeah top fan content
56:24
creator Chris Reynolds attorney a
56:25
whopper conversation starter but he he’s
56:30
not saying that a civil war is gonna
56:32
break out he’s saying that it was going
56:34
to divide this country so massively that
56:38
we will never get back to the point of
56:40
ever reaching one whole country and
56:43
instead it’s always going to be the left
56:44
verse right battle but like we said
56:46
earlier that’s been going on since the
56:50
early 1800s it has gotten so much worse
56:53
since the early nineteen yea we’ve
56:55
become more partisan but we’ve also
56:57
become more bark and less bite over time
57:00
so I I said earlier today I posted that
57:03
you know I pray each of you have the
57:04
self-confidence of an old man and his
57:06
Hoveround with his life alert bracelet a
57:09
threatening a civil war over Trump’s
57:10
impeachment the the reality is you’ve
57:13
got you know a hundred and fifty years
57:15
ago people were ready to take up rifles
57:18
and kill each other over stuff a lot
57:20
more likely than now where most people
57:21
are likely to like argue on social media
57:24
or you know complain to within their
57:27
group about the other group you have a
57:30
handful of people like anta foe they’re
57:31
actually able or the patriot prayer
57:33
people but even they they go out and
57:35
dress up in costumes and punch each
57:37
other and hit each other with sticks and
57:39
throw and use mace on each other and
57:41
bear spray and you know throw stuff you
57:43
know it that’s not good and it’s violent
57:44
but it’s not them coming out shooting
57:47
each other and so you know in one way
57:51
people become more hyper partisan and
57:52
more likely guys you know screw everyone
57:54
else that doesn’t agree with me at the
57:56
same time people become so defamed by
58:00
the domesticated comfort that we live in
58:02
now that uh the likelihood of a civil
58:06
war like fracture not really will we
58:09
continue to be left versus right yeah
58:11
will that continue to worsen absolutely
58:13
yeah is it gonna be a war no people are
58:16
you know people threaten war every time
58:19
something doesn’t go their way and then
58:21
they go back to you know whatever they
58:23
were doing before you know playing words
58:25
with friends or whatever like I mean
58:26
it’s not you
58:29
it’s something major like that gonna pop
58:31
off it’s like the people that go if
58:33
they’d come to take our guns we’re gonna
58:35
kill them all they probably won’t there
58:37
will be some instances of that happening
58:39
it would take a full on mass all weapons
58:43
confiscation to even threaten that most
58:47
people just aren’t built for it so right
58:50
now I’m not worried about is what he did
58:52
impeach about yes just like anything
58:55
else but so going to the evangelical
58:59
whether or not he’s going at the
59:01
evangelical vote right now trumps
59:06
approval rating is hovering right around
59:08
forty two ish yeah some low to mid-40s
59:13
yeah yeah low to mid-40s I think I think
59:16
the the impeachment kind of bumped him a
59:18
little bit but then it’s taken him back
59:20
down like so like he’s low to mid-40s if
59:22
he’s forty five percent he wins you know
59:25
if he was forty five percent
59:26
a ways that’s not even a question the
59:28
the issue that he’s gonna have is
59:30
whether or not the evangelicals and the
59:34
flyover states are going to be showing
59:36
up to the polls yeah they don’t have
59:41
anything to do one Tuesday Church into
59:43
48 hours ago so they’ve got plenty of
59:48
time on they’ve got that day already
59:49
circled on their calendars yeah it’s
59:52
called Trump day in Iowa and but it
60:01
right now 12 to 15 percent of the
60:05
population Trump won 46 percent of the
60:07
vote and at least 10% were evangelicals
60:11
in 2016 if he loses half of them he
60:14
loses the entire thing but I don’t think
60:16
he loses half of them because no matter
60:19
what they’re gonna be showing up every
60:21
Sunday they’re gonna be showing up every
60:23
Sunday to church and they’re gonna be
60:26
getting reminded that Elizabeth Warren
60:29
was to continue to fund Planned
60:30
Parenthood and you know Elizabeth Warren
60:34
wants to take more of their money if the
60:37
or Biden or Bernie Sanders if the
60:39
evangelicals had demonstrated an inkling
60:42
of
60:43
resisting Donald Trump it would have
60:45
happened during the Republican primaries
60:47
of 2015 when the Republican Party and
60:51
the majority of people in it and a
60:53
majority of evangelical leaders were
60:55
saying that Donald Trump was a morally
60:57
bad person they did not care about that
61:00
because they don’t actually care about
61:03
the average evangelical Christian does
61:06
not care about Christian morality or
61:09
standards or family values they care
61:12
about keeping the brown people away from
61:15
my precious society they keep about mo
61:17
rule of law unless it’s a law I don’t
61:20
like and then I’m gonna completely
61:21
disregard it if they care about
61:26
Republican talking points and Donald
61:29
Trump most easily gave the Republican
61:32
talking points and he also had the most
61:35
name recognition so they showed up they
61:36
said that Donald Trump Republican I’m
61:39
picking him so it’s not gonna happen now
61:41
it is not all of the and this is what
61:44
the left media doesn’t get is that the
61:48
more they talk about Donald Trump being
61:50
bad the more they are assuring that as
61:52
many right-leaning people show up to
61:55
vote for Donald Trump just to spite them
61:58
so we’ve and we’ve said this from the
62:02
beginning the only thing that can be
62:04
Donald Trump is a is the economy going
62:06
south and him not starting a war and if
62:10
that happened those what things are both
62:12
at least somewhat likely to happen if
62:14
those things happen then there’s a good
62:16
then he probably will not get reelected
62:18
if he starts a war a new war or if the
62:21
economy continues to do okay then he’s
62:23
gonna get reelected um so and the rest
62:26
of this is just you know fun fun stuff
62:29
hopefully he’s gonna legalize we’ve in
62:31
like August if he did that that would be
62:34
such an undercut because then you would
62:36
have the left reflexively explaining why
62:38
we shouldn’t be legal
62:39
which hilarity um something I want a
62:42
bright honestly think he’s gonna do that
62:44
in like late August early September of
62:47
next year that would be such a get off
62:49
the federal ban list like states can do
62:51
whatever they want but it won’t be all a
62:53
ban that would be such a gut punch
62:57
anywhere any libertarian by the way who
62:59
you don’t wanted to justify voting for
63:01
Trump they just they just got their
63:02
their wish and in spades it would be a
63:05
complete gut punch to the left because
63:07
now you would have either warrant or
63:08
Biden or Sanders you know reflexively
63:11
going war you know did you shouldn’t a
63:13
bandit because you know they shouldn’t
63:16
take it off the banned list because you
63:18
know what at whatever ridiculous talking
63:21
point they’d have to come up with solely
63:22
because the Republican did it it that
63:24
would be Sutton if he did that that
63:27
would be insane something I want to talk
63:29
about that is not in the notes because I
63:31
forgot to put it there so I apologized
63:32
Matt this is something that happened
63:35
last week there is a something that’s
63:40
been going on a journalist named an
63:42
American journalist named Bulow Abdul
63:45
Kareem he had been killed he was nearly
63:48
killed in a in five different drone and
63:52
missile strikes in Syria the Trump
63:55
administration is claiming that they
63:57
have the right to try to kill him that
63:59
he’s on their kill list
64:00
and they won’t say why or present any
64:02
evidence he has actually and again this
64:05
is an American citizen an American
64:09
citizen who is a journalist filed a
64:12
lawsuit saying that he wants to be able
64:15
to defend himself against these charges
64:17
and say I’m not a terrorist I’m a
64:19
journalist and have his day basically in
64:21
court and and sue them to stop trying to
64:24
kill him murder him while he does his
64:26
journalism the Trump administration has
64:30
invoked their state secrets privilege
64:32
and blocked a release about of
64:35
information about the about their kill
64:37
list they’re basically saying we’re
64:38
gonna try to kill him he’s on our kill
64:40
list and we won’t tell anyone why a US
64:43
judge has sided with the Trump
64:45
administration and thrown out the
64:47
lawsuit saying that it is I’m not going
64:50
to try to say that word but basically
64:52
that he can’t it’s outside of justice
64:57
outside of the judicial branch that the
64:59
executive branch this judge has ruled
65:01
that the executive branch has the
65:03
ability to place any American citizen on
65:05
a kill list without telling anyone
65:09
including the dude
65:10
shiri why that is I’m hope Matt that
65:18
neither of us need to tell our viewers
65:21
how that could end up becoming a problem
65:23
yeah but did you see the trial
65:27
did you see the trial here let me put
65:30
that up so this is for the people that
65:32
are happy that this is how this went
65:33
these are the people that are very happy
65:36
that uh that mr. Kareem is basically
65:42
gonna die I mean he’s going to be killed
65:45
he is again a US citizen he is again a
65:50
journalist he has again gone to court
65:56
saying hey please stop trying to kill me
65:59
I’m not a terrorist
66:01
and the government said no no no we’re
66:02
definitely gonna kill you abdul kareem
66:05
‘he’s
66:05
attorney tara plet shocky take this off
66:09
said for the first time ever a US
66:11
federal court ruled that the government
66:13
may kill one of its citizens without
66:15
providing him with the information
66:16
necessary to prove that he is being
66:19
wrongfully targeted and does not deserve
66:21
to die so he’s not being allowed a day
66:23
in trial he’s not being provided any
66:25
kind of evidence that he can try to that
66:27
his you know defense can try to I mean
66:30
this is the slippery slope this is the
66:35
US government doesn’t like you they just
66:37
put you on a kill list they tell
66:39
everyone you’re a terrorist and most of
66:44
these Schmucks right here simply agree
66:47
because the government said you’re a
66:48
terrorist you never have any opportunity
66:51
to defend yourself against these
66:52
Schmucks here and and eventually they
66:55
kill you and they don’t have to tell
66:57
anyone why and the case gets closed and
66:59
no one ever investigates it that is
67:05
something someone should get impeached
67:06
over but they won’t because the
67:10
Democrats want to be able to do this too
67:11
right for the Republicans that are
67:14
reflexively defending this because it’s
67:15
Donald Trump and knows you know Muslim
67:17
terrorists and whatever imagine if
67:19
President Warren has the power to decide
67:21
who can be put on a kill list
67:24
and killed without any trial or even any
67:30
reason stated not just to the public but
67:33
even to a judge they don’t even have to
67:36
explain to a judge why they can kill you
67:37
and in that situation spike and I will
67:42
both miss you
67:44
we will definitely both miss you you
67:46
will be missed and we will watch your
67:48
trial oh wait there is no trial right we
67:52
will talk about we’d be the ones taken
67:54
oh well I’m a good guy I don’t think
67:59
they’ll take me but if they do I won’t
68:02
get a trial so that’ll be fun
68:04
so this is the kind of stuff that in my
68:06
mind someone should get impeach for not
68:11
so Chris Reynolds personal injury
68:13
attorney Chris Reynolds attorney law
68:14
says for an anarchists spike really
68:16
cares that the journalist was an
68:17
American citizen my point here is that
68:21
it really shouldn’t matter but we’re
68:24
told that you know you’re an American
68:27
you’re protected by the Constitution no
68:29
matter where you are and the government
68:30
blah blah blah this drives home the
68:33
reality that they don’t care who you are
68:35
they’ll just kill you the one thing that
68:39
seemed to protect Americans was a thin
68:42
veneer of the concept of due process in
68:45
front of our government this has been
68:47
completely thrown out the window yes it
68:49
was thrown out the window by Abraham
68:50
Lincoln yes it was thrown out the window
68:52
by Thomas Jefferson but in modern times
68:54
at least they had to have some kind of
68:56
stated reason for doing the things they
68:58
did government now didn’t even bother
68:59
there’s like oh you’re terrible not
69:02
during World War two it’s true so this
69:07
is the first time in modern times and
69:09
and now to hear this attorney say it
69:12
this is the first time that a judge has
69:14
ruled that an American can’t even hear
69:15
the evidence against them but regardless
69:18
that to me is more frightening than
69:21
anything we’ve talked about which is why
69:23
I promptly forgot to put it in the notes
69:25
Matt because I was just so scared back
69:30
to some good news Matt to tell us about
69:32
this thing that happened in Ohio so
69:38
a couple of weeks ago on the writer’s
69:41
block I had axel David on and he was he
69:46
is a red-light camera traffic trip he
69:52
deals a lot with traffic issues and he
69:56
fights massively against red-light
69:59
cameras and when I was spending some
70:03
time with him on Saturday drinking some
70:05
of the delicious mud water that we drink
70:07
together regularly he asked me if I had
70:09
heard about what Ohio had done with red
70:11
light cameras and I was a little
70:14
terrified but then remembered I don’t
70:15
live in Ohio and I wasn’t actually all
70:18
that worried about it
70:19
and then he told me what Ohio had done
70:20
and Ohio has been trying to ban red
70:25
light cameras for quite some time okay
70:28
but they’ve never really been able to do
70:31
it this the localities kept saying no
70:36
that’s all right to put them here right
70:38
you know this is you know this isn’t
70:41
about raising money this is about public
70:43
safety and so Ohio said okay this is
70:48
what we’re gonna do we are going to pass
70:53
a law where if a city is using red light
70:55
cameras and they gain money from the red
70:58
light cameras they lose state funding
71:02
equivalent to what they get in red light
71:05
camera revenue oh wow so if this bitty
71:09
so if a city gets a million dollars a
71:13
year from the state we’re just gonna
71:16
make up numbers here gets a million
71:17
dollars a year from the state and they
71:19
get five hundred thousand dollars in red
71:21
light camera revenue the state only owes
71:24
them five hundred thousand dollars so
71:29
cities are now saying that this is
71:32
unfair and they need that money and
71:33
they’ve been having to fire police down
71:37
which if it’s about public safety and
71:41
not about money you shouldn’t have to
71:45
worry about police staff also you now
71:48
have these cameras doing the job of the
71:50
police
71:52
so you could to raise the money per
71:53
second I are the police that perfect you
71:55
who needs cops by the way whenever I
71:57
hear about the hardships facing the
71:59
people that enforce our police state I
72:01
get out my tiniest keyboard so I can
72:03
press the little F on it this is
72:08
actually kind of a genius way of dealing
72:09
with this it really is Florida’s been
72:11
trying to do it for years and it never
72:15
gets out of committee this is the the
72:19
whole appeal that that the police have
72:22
tried to use with red-light cameras is
72:24
it keeps us safe from those red-light
72:26
runners it keeps us safe it’s making us
72:29
safer well if that’s the case they
72:33
haven’t been penalized for doing this
72:35
the state has simply said whatever money
72:37
you make from it you won’t get from the
72:39
state it will be revenue neutral like
72:41
the type of guy that says penalized
72:44
penalized penalizes by your
72:46
whistleblower right I know when my
72:49
whistle blew nur whistleblower penalizes
72:51
me or I guess I guess technically I’m
72:53
penalizing my whistleblower whichever
72:58
way that goes when the penalization
73:00
happens between me and the whistleblower
73:02
I want to be looking I die I die with
73:07
said whistleblower but this is smart
73:10
because they go you know this is okay so
73:14
what they say is all right great so this
73:16
is gonna be revenue neutral you’re not
73:18
gonna make any additional money and
73:19
you’ll still get to you know keep
73:21
everyone safe and then the cities go no
73:23
no no we need the money or else we’re
73:25
gonna have to fire cops to which people
73:27
go well you’re replacing the cops with
73:29
cameras so great that saves even more
73:33
money yeah now you’re just saving money
73:35
so it really destroys the the whole you
73:38
know police industrial police state
73:39
industrial complex by kind of putting
73:43
the lie what the whole thing is it’s
73:44
about growing the police state having
73:46
more cops and more cameras and more
73:48
surveillance more revenue and more taxes
73:50
and more people going to jail more
73:52
people going to prison and more people
73:54
being prosecuted and more more more more
73:56
MORE this says okay this has nothing to
73:58
do with safety it’s about growing your
73:59
numbers all the way around okay so
74:02
that’s actually really smart way of
74:03
doing it it is and I was I was reading
74:05
an article earlier today on I think I
74:10
found it on the Drudge Report
74:13
but that smart cities are essentially
74:17
all they are becoming massive police
74:19
states which we’ll be talking about that
74:22
next time yeah yeah but but that’s what
74:26
red-light cameras are the beginning of
74:28
they are just massive police states and
74:30
when you have a state and I can’t
74:32
believe I’m about to give Ohio any sort
74:34
of props but when you have Ohio state
74:37
like Ohio going okay you guys want to do
74:40
this you want to do this in your cities
74:42
whatever revenue you raise from that you
74:44
do not get from us forcing them to have
74:47
to fend for themselves without the help
74:50
of the state that is absolutely that’s
74:55
beautiful that leaders are going okay
74:57
look if you guys are gonna do this if
74:59
you’re you are going to impede on the
75:01
rights of people if you’re gonna keep I
75:03
don’t know why their reasoning behind it
75:05
I didn’t go that deep end I just really
75:07
write back but if you are gonna go all
75:11
of if you were gonna to try to trap
75:14
people and put them into more dangerous
75:17
situations because red light cameras
75:19
Cosby cause more accidents right people
75:22
mess with they mess with the yellows
75:24
making them shorter to in order to raise
75:25
more money all that kind of stuff yeah
75:27
causing more accidents causing more
75:29
issues you you have a state that said no
75:33
we’re not gonna deal with that anymore
75:35
don’t do that and they’re really oh is
75:38
for public safety on they go okay great
75:39
well if it’s for public safety you don’t
75:41
need this money you have somebody
75:42
actually standing up to that mindset and
75:44
that is wonderful yeah I mean whatever
75:49
it takes him for whatever reason they
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had for it it’s a net good debt cuz
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again this doesn’t even punish them it
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just says all right you’re not getting
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any more money you’re not gonna make any
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more money from it and they’re panicking
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like no we got to make money from I
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thought this was about safety it’s it’s
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genius and the fact that they were able
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to do this shows they could do it with
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more things you could have more things
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of saying okay you’re doing this but
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saying it’s not for revenue okay great
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any money you make from it you don’t get
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from the state and see you know how much
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this stuff still pans out
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so going now to end the show on an
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example of what can happen when you
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don’t rein in stuff like cameras and
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police states a in Hong Kong a protester
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was shot in the chest on an interesting
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thing before this happened the Chinese
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government threatened that that you know
76:43
Hong Kong protesters were gonna be
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violent
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during the grand National Day
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celebrations that Donald Trump alluded
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to in his celebration of communism
76:54
earlier in the show and so during that
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thing that Trump was super happy about
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right there in fact this is kind of a
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depiction of what happened so I’ll just
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leave that up for a second so I think
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they’re really close
77:05
a protester was was shot in the chest
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in Hong Kong the financial hub of China
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which is why they even tolerate any of
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this and a police officer was shooting a
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protester at close range the student is
77:23
now in or was in critical condition
77:25
after debris from the bullet was said to
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be lodged an inch from his heart so this
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is the the other side of of of what can
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happen if you don’t rein in reigning
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government yeah I couldn’t find a video
77:48
that I could rip of this but the police
77:53
officer the police officer there was a
77:57
group of protesters and the police
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officer was being attacked by one of
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them and the guy had a baton the police
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officer also had a baton he pulls out a
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gun and he shoots the kid in the chest
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the British Foreign Secretary Dominic
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Raab called the use of a live ammunition
78:17
by the police disproportionate and this
78:20
there was another instance where another
78:23
cop was filmed yelling at random
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onlooker threatening to throw Molotov
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cocktails at the proach
78:31
Aster’s well in something very similar
78:34
to some other stories we’ve talked about
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this evening the police spokesman said
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that the officer absolutely had to shoot
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the 18 year old to save his own life
78:42
that’s right he would have absolutely
78:45
been bataan to death if he hadn’t shot
78:48
him not used his own baton but shot him
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right no doubt if an officer had used a
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baton against one of the protesters and
78:57
the protestor shot the officer that
78:59
exact same spokesperson would absolutely
79:01
be defending what the protester did
79:03
absolutely Rick they did ban all
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protests for the National Day
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celebrations and roughly a hundred
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thousand people marched in defiance of
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that band so good on the people of Hong
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Kong oh yeah know this with even with
79:22
Carrie Lam getting rid of the
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extradition law this isn’t going away
79:27
now like this is getting bigger it’s
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just getting bigger and bigger this is
79:32
it will be very interesting to see how
79:35
this plays out especially where the US
79:38
government has a history of exploiting
79:41
tensions in countries with you know
79:45
their geopolitical geopolitical
79:46
opponents it will be interesting to see
79:49
if this continues or if it’s already
79:51
happening especially where you know
79:53
Trump has some issues with with the
79:55
Chinese government if we end up seeing
79:57
some CIA support of these groups and you
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end up with a situation where you know
80:01
Hong Kong becomes a breakaway entity or
80:03
has some kind of a you know a civil war
80:05
or something like that interestingly
80:06
enough Hong Kong is such a financial hub
80:11
global financial hub that if it were to
80:13
have something like that it could
80:14
actually trigger a worldwide recession
80:16
just because of how much money is in
80:18
Hong Kong and how much is generated from
80:20
it so be very interesting to see how
80:21
that plays out right and it if Donald
80:25
Trump has some sort of CIA missions
80:27
planned it’s really ironic but he was
80:32
congratulating them on their 70th
80:35
anniversary of being communist 4d chess
80:39
mat that 4d chess you congratulate them
80:45
for being communist while the CIA
80:49
overthrows them right and all that guy
80:54
that all that protester wanted was a
80:57
little bit of a sweet sweet democracy
80:59
that we all talked about yesterday
81:04
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81:07
luckily that cop was able to be judge
81:09
jury and executioner for him yep well
81:12
you know again
81:13
did you see the trial Matt I actually
81:17
did I saw I know so I I saw both
81:23
actually I I saw the I saw the trial of
81:29
that young gentleman who gets shot by a
81:31
Hong Kong police officer and I got saw
81:33
the trial of uh Geiger amber Geiger well
81:39
Sarah Ann Anderegg is not happy no Matt
81:42
she has said oh my gosh BS and I don’t
81:46
know what that’s in reference to I’m not
81:49
a hundred percent sure she’s not too
81:50
pleased she is none too pleased but I’m
81:53
guessing it has to do with the cops
81:55
threatening to throw Molotov cocktails
81:57
and shooting random eighteen-year-old
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errs in the street well I would hope so
82:02
that’s what I would hope so Matt so yeah
82:07
so guess what this is a really short
82:11
show for us this is a really short show
82:13
for us and I feel I don’t I feel like I
82:15
need to talk about it so I have an
82:18
episode tomorrow who’s your episode hey
82:27
thanks for asking
82:28
so on my fellow Americans tomorrow
82:31
Wednesday night October 2nd 9:00 p.m. my
82:36
guest is none other than Marcus Matthews
82:40
Marcus Matthews Marcus Matthews the host
82:43
the other black guy who likes guns yes
82:46
the other one guy who likes guns show is
82:49
the name of his show Marcus Matthews is
82:52
my guest and we’re going to be talking
82:55
about presumably guns stuff
82:58
presumably I would sanction I would
83:02
imagine that black guy who likes guns I
83:04
mean I would think so that’s what we
83:06
would be talking about and and so we’re
83:09
gonna be talking about guns we’re gonna
83:11
be talking about I think he’s an
83:12
anarchist so I think we’re gonna be
83:13
talking about that gonna be weighing in
83:17
haven’t lettin him weigh in on his
83:18
thoughts about he says he likes guns is
83:21
he talking about like his biceps there
83:24
cuz big dad that dude that dude lifts oh
83:26
oh he lifts he live he likes all the
83:30
guns he done just like the firearms he
83:34
likes he’s brought the gun show he found
83:38
the gun shot gun show loophole and and
83:41
he’s exploiting it so ya know he’s his
83:45
show for those who haven’t watched it it
83:46
shows hilarious and I really look
83:48
forward to having him on I think he’s a
83:50
really cool guy so we’re doing that and
83:53
Jason still cares a lot about his family
83:55
so he’s gone for a little while but then
84:00
be sure to keep him in your prayers him
84:02
and his family because he likes them and
84:06
and be sure his family the prayers he
84:09
appreciates but he appreciates the
84:11
prayers first family because they’re
84:12
like important to him so be sure to tune
84:17
in next week on Tuesday the I think 8th
84:23
no yeah the 8th right here this to next
84:30
Tuesday at probably eight for the next
84:34
episode of the muddy waters of freedom
84:36
where we will parse through the week’s
84:39
events like the little autumn cherubs
84:43
that we are
84:49
so Matt the autumn terms that we are
84:59
yeah so Matt if someone were to go on
85:03
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86:31
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86:38
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86:56
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87:01
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87:19
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87:20
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87:31
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87:33
tuning in but for this short but sweet
87:35
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87:41
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87:45
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87:50
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87:51
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87:54
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88:34
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88:48
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88:54
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88:56
audio only for my fellow Americans where
89:00
Marcus Matthews at 9 p.m. Eastern where
89:03
Marcus Matthews the host of the other
89:04
black guy who likes gun shows will be
89:06
here with me
89:07
spike Cohen me guys thanks so that meant
89:12
I’m sorry that is such a really specific
89:14
name
89:15
because I know who the black guy who
89:17
likes going in gunz’s I know who the og
89:23
black guy who likes guns is and he’s
89:26
already saying I’m the other one like I
89:33
know he I know Marge is the is the black
89:35
guy that likes guns and he’s like well
89:36
I’m the other one I’m not him I’m the
89:38
other one oh I thought it was Corleone
89:40
Noir I thought it was my story see this
89:45
is why you got to market yourself cuz
89:47
then those guys can have to fight over
89:48
who’s the black guy that likes guns and
89:50
he’s like no I’m already the other one
89:52
so one of y’all are getting third place
89:56
marketing genius I’ll bring that up with
89:58
him um so guys thanks again for tuning
90:01
in we love you so much and where we’re
90:03
going we don’t need roads
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Spike Cohen
Spike Cohen
Local Jew. Contrarian stoic sentimentalist. Antidisestablishmentarianism. Will pet your dog.