Episode 121 – Public Impeachment, Mormons vs Drug Cartels, and Hong Kong

The Muddied Waters of Freedom with Matt Wright & Spike Cohen


About This Episode


Matt is setting the streaming up for the first time in a bit so he isn’t at all stressing in typical Spike like fashion. There was some news, something about graffiti, uhhh, Tulsi and Hillary, and ummm, the whole impeachment thingy is happening, and something about a cartel doing… wait… WHAT? I’m not putting that in here, but we can talk about it, and Hong Kong is seeing an uptick in violence on both sides. Tune in and watch Matt stumble through the streaming side of things.


Episode Transcript

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gonna say no this is true I will not go
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stop when I see no means no this is true
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this is perseverance this is
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perseverance
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this is perseverance
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this is perseverance up in on the
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robsons I made a first appearance I’ve
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been on the grind never waited for the
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clearance life is all the time so I’m
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gonna live in feel it yeah people gonna
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hear this made a little name with
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addition incoherence never been a lane
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now I’m closer to a genius knowledge of
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my brain chocolate to the experience
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still I’m not rich but at least I’m
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broke
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never sell dreams cuz I better sell hope
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people so lost in the mirrors and the
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smoke think I’d be a real a bloke if I
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said I sold dope no but my friends will
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tell you that I’m awesome awesome I
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started selling and they bottom bottom I
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told him get him and I got him so if you
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want dope boss that’s not a prize it’s
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time just with the needles on the wax
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rock hard like I got the Beatles in your
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back go soft make it easy living off the
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map or I can go hard like your freaking
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shoot on the track I’m grinding from a
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zero to a stack and I’m talking about
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the Nero getting jacked if we’re kinda
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needs a new king i’ma go hard to be the
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leader of the pack a needle in a stack
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and I’m feelin to attack not a ball
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another child but a hero and a black I’m
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an eagle to a rash trouble demon on a
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tractor and the scholar and a brother
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you don’t feel it if you
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you’re always talking evil in your rap
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and I’m trying to fill my minutes on the
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map to give you 12 rules for life and
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kept my room clean
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I’m the Jordan pitcher centre-back I
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will not go pop I will not go stop gonna
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say no means no this is true hip-hop is
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perseverance I will not go pop I will
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not go stop gonna say no no this is true
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this is perseverance and this is
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perseverance
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this is perseverance
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and I believe what I prophesize so I
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don’t apologize unless I do wrong I
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don’t bow to the mob I don’t live to
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antagonize but they say I’m too
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outspoken smoke they wonder if I’m
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joking look a little bit of chess but I
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say what I feel man I’m reeling I’m open
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trust in God but I live in the physical
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selfish thoughts but I give in the
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lyrical not cops hot want my speech to
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be criminal lies get fired when I speak
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the political I am NOT left-wing I am
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NOT right-wing I just know all these
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things I know yeah you can’t I label me
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you can’t put shame on me when I say go
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means go fresh I step into the premises
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kick dope rhymes and they love harm
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expressing it pop online and reply to
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all the messages got to spend time and
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I’m grateful that you cherish it don’t
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talk crap no I’d rather be irrelevant
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can’t play dumb people know that I’m
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intelligent you see me up late like big
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beard let them in 12 your teeth out form
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on your favorite boots your love now I’m
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moving up an eminence girl show love
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cause I feel and all the pleasantest got
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cute streams I can never be a pessimist
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too much love I can never be a feminist
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girls stop looking all incredulous I am
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NOT a bad man I am NOT your never since
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you always had a Mega Drive take it back
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to Genesis worked so hard time to reap a
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benefit
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this is true
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you
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girl look holy crap that’s loud I
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haven’t had to do this from my computer
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in a long time
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morning good afternoon or good evening
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and welcome to the vanguard for spike he
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took a break from watching Disney Plus
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all day and please dear God never have
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me do this ever again because I want to
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ball up into a tiny little fetal
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position and cry
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Koen I am that right and together we are
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traversing the muddied waters of freedom
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hi everybody I I don’t ever want to
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stream from my never again I was like
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you had a fun time at it um hey
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everybody I am away in an undisclosed
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location with my wife for one of our
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anniversaries for a little vacation and
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so Matt’s having a stream it from his
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side and guys he had a fun time doing it
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ha Matt oh my god I this was this was
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buggier than the Disney Plus rollout
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today okay I have been I’m he I’m
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catching little glimpses of this from
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others that they’re prolonging issues or
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something but I’ve been safely sconce
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the way the beautiful Abbey tropical
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resort and so I don’t know happen I know
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there was baby Yoda and I know that
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everyone everyone was having problems
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getting on yeah but I could that was
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that was pretty much it was you would
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try to prepare him you you would try to
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play a title and everything would it
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would just say log in again I ended up
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getting mine working because for those
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of you who don’t know if you are a
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Verizon customer you get a year of it
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for free so I signed off yeah so I
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signed up for it and it was given me a
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few issues by the end of the day it was
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fine and then I had to start doing this
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stuff and then this got really buggy and
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I understood Disney’s pain experience
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what Disney’s been going through today
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yes well that’s the bad news guys is
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that we’re running a little late but the
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good news is we’re fine here we’re here
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we’re here
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we were here the only a good place to do
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this was in the bed so here I am making
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a video in bed for you America that’s
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right
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spike missed having me in bed so much he
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decided to do a video this video instead
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I America it looks like you’ve had a
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long day at work how can I help you uh
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first and foremost allow me to thank
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Justin for the kava that I’m drinking on
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today’s episode allow me to thank Kroger
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for this delicious purified drinking
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water that I drink every day of my life
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beloved Akula Wanaka so not only do you
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have to stream you have to read the
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notes I know I like I’ve gotta do yes
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yourself you have to do everything I
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have to do everything this is and I can
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just sit here and be pretty you gotta
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look you you have to at least work
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harder on your a I’m being pretty yeah I
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said you were sexy I never started
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reading oh well see that’s what I meant
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I meant like sassy and pretty Oh is this
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better
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that’s so much better okay I’ll hold
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this for an hour to have alright you’ve
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got I can do this well speaking of
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abominations later a couple of San
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Francisco artists decided that they were
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going to create a six story high Nero of
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Greta Thune Berg to raise awareness
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about climate change battle thanks but
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in doing so they use 700 gallons of
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aerosol spray paint the big hole in the
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ozone layer above were they above where
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were they were they were spray-painting
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credit dune Berg no doubt telling us
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that we cost her her future and her
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childhood how dare you my future my
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childhood so yeah no I thought that was
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interesting kids like your global
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warming like the first thing I remember
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about hearing about we need to save the
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environment and global warming was don’t
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use aerosol and yeah the CFCs yes I
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don’t know if they still have CFCs but I
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can’t imagine that well first of all the
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paint is car is is petroleum base so
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they just sprayed a bunch of oil ones
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out of a building mm-hmm but it made
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them feel better and that’s that’s how
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environmentalism works now that is I
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mean it’s all it’s really about making
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yourself feel better it’s over assistant
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am i sexier with the pillow or without
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it America I’m protecting this is you
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this doesn’t people sexy no it’s
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definitely not if you’re one of our if
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you’re one of our audio listeners today
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feel very happy really
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you’re definitely gonna want to tune in
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you’re very happy but your audio only
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listeners on this day of spike America I
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miss you so much so this is um not
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awkward that’s an important thing
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remember for hmm yeah you’re definitely
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gonna want to tune into the Youtube
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version of this and and also donate
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money bless on anchor yeah donate money
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to us on anchor anchor dot if you donate
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$10 to us on anchor I will make a custom
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video where I pretend this pillow is you
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give it a big squeeze like that I’m glad
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low low price at $10 that’s right I am
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glad that you said anchor cuz I know I
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need to get into that later so credit
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Dubourg what else happened so in other
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news about heinous bitches
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tulsi gabbard has decided to sue hillary
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or threatens to sue hillary clinton over
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calling her a russian spy
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demanding that she verbally retracts
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remarks that’ll be a fun one I think I
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think Hillary’s protected under what’s
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it called that rule where you can say
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whatever you want about politicians it’s
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like an exception in the slander and
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libel laws because Trump keeps starting
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to sue people and they keep saying yeah
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no you can’t anymore cause you’re a
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politician right but in other Hillary
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related issues maybe you have this later
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in the notes I have no idea cuz I’m free
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willing at you know I’m just free
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willing willing with you America
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freestyle um she said that she is under
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tremendous enormous pressure to run
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again in 2020 and crowd actually yelled
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out no you were I imagine I imagine that
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that’s what I would have done if I were
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there I would said no right no one has
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asked you to run for president nobody
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really wants that to happen except for
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now you look Donald Trump does well ya
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know he would love that he would he
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would love to upset her again yes yes
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Elizabeth Warren was old Elizabeth
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Warren she was up on stage telling that
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and she was taking advice from people on
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how she should be able to reach more
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male voters and what somebody
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recommended was that she was told she
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needs to smile more and you’re gonna be
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really upset that you can’t see this
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because I saw it in drive okay and so
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yeah she started smiling and it did not
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go and it did it did not yeah it did not
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go well for her because it kind of drove
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some more people away afterwards that we
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live in a society she did that she
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wouldn’t ask everyone why they were
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being so serious
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right mm-hmm
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she said I’m gonna get a beer so happy
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that my husband could join me in our own
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kitchen today thank you for being here
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thank me I’m gonna get a beer in our
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kitchen it’s 8:00 a.m. no yah would you
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like a beer
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and he’s like no five in the kitchen
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it’s 8:00 in the morning I just got out
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of the shower just brush my teeth no I
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don’t want a beer right that was weird
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that was weird Elizabeth Warren
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reinforcing the stereotype about natives
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and drinking very soon very soon old
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people in technology what that one’s
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true that one is true
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see that one is true she is like the
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definition of okay boomer she really is
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Shirley Oh possibly also related news
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speaking of okay boomer Vermin Supreme
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what our Berman supreme was a former
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roommate friend and former roommate
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Herman supreme was at a Joe Biden rally
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in New Hampshire where he at rich Enzo
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who’s with his campaign shouted okay
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boomer at him through a loudspeaker
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during I believe the entire event yeah
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and then started outing okay boomer at
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some of his supporters which I mean
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that’s sort of the pot calling the
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kettle black there in a very hilarious
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way it is but he’s really only a boomer
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in age yeah no way oh I see a Boomer
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thought process
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yeah Joe Biden’s technically not a
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Boomer he’s a wherever he’s worth
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boomers World War two generation but he
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actually comer he’s see Greatest
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Generation
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that’s what they said when when when
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Vermin Supreme did this he got some clap
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back on Twitter not on you know what he
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did but on the fact that Joe Biden is
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technically not a Boomer because he was
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born in 1837 or where I was born in like
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them go 1837
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yeah 18:37 it’s crazy into antebellum
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era nationally he’s from Wow no he was
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born in yeah I know I didn’t know either
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he was born in the nineteen like late
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1930s or something so he was right so
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boomers are from 46 to 64 something like
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that and he was born before that
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– which Berman said okay Brewer so it’s
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a good time so uh not having absolutely
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no segue Maj Maj Corey every time you
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move your microphone rubs across the
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pillow Oh Maj Tori did he leave or did
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he get kicked out no he left the party
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so here’s what happened guys Maj tour a
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tour not proud to say his last name I
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think it’s Toure yeah what black guns
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matter
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he just ran for Philadelphia City
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Council as a libertarian and lost um
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they went with the top however many vote
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getters and he wasn’t he was in the
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bottom three I think and um he so he
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didn’t make it and there has been so he
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has been slated to be the keynote
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speaker at the National Convention the
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libertarian National Convention next
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year in Austin and there’s been
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tremendous pressure on the on the party
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to rescind his not his invitation
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because he’s put out a lot of
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anti-immigrant talk saying that you know
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you know kind of standard conservative
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talking points that immigrants steal
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jobs and destroy our culture or whatever
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and that you know he even used the
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dreaded do you lock your doors at night
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analogy when talking about immigration
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he’s also in the past made some and the
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not so distant past made a lot of very
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anti-gay homophobic and transphobic
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statements which he has not you know
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apologized for rescinded so as far as we
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can tell he
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still thinks that but the big one and
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there was one other thing I don’t
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remember what it was but basically he’s
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really it would have boiled down to is
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he’s more of a conservative than a
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libertarian and so there was a lot of
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pressure on the on the party to rescind
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his invitation to be the keynote speaker
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I’ve been a mistake his last name’s
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Hayes who was in charge of that
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unilaterally decided to uninvite him
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right from the from the convention
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convention as the speaker still welcome
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to go and I mean cake around there is no
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there’s no actual as we learned with the
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Arvind Vora situation and the end leader
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situation we learned that there is no
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actual device for the Libertarian Party
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to remove someone from the party but
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they did disinvite him from the keynote
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speak and or he or the guy in charge of
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it did maj had already said if they just
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fight me from the keynote
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I’m leaving the party and and he did and
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honestly I’m surprised he did again he
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fits more in the Republican Party than
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in the Libertarian Party he’s not really
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I mean he’s a conservative he’s more of
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a conservative than a libertarian um I
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think he’s stuck around because Michael
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I think it’s hice is how you say his
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name and a few other people in the
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Libertarian Party really worked hard for
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him and helped him and so I think out of
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respect for that he stuck around longer
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than he probably wanted to but he’s
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gonna wake make considerably more money
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and have a lot more fame and fortune
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being a conservative either as an
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independent or a Republican and sort of
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doing the sort of media rounds with
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people like your ex-girlfriend Candace
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Owens and in people like that I think
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you know I think he’s got way more money
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to make as a you know a blex it speaker
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then as a libertarian party guy who lost
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the City Council right but he still do
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he’s doing great stuff black guns matter
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and and we’ll see
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but ya know he left the party right and
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breaking news Matt Hicks has just
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volunteered his services as keynote
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speaker at the convention in Austin and
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nice
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I for one support that I support that
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only if he comes dressed as the dude if
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he’s dressed as the dude from Big
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Lebowski oh man
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or as you thought Jesus and whatever
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whatever year you want to call that
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right and if he’s equally as drunk as he
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was that night I oh yeah I know he has
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to be at least that drunk
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if anyone if you look up on our page it
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would have been on put up on the I think
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the fifth or sixth but if you if you put
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in your facebook search bar if you put
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muddy waters media Matt Hicks you will
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see my red carpet interview of Matt
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Hicks which is possibly the two greatest
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minutes in internet video history so I
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would I would definitely I would
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definitely I second his proposal to or
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yeah I second his proposal to be be the
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keynote speaker at the convention it
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would definitely ride fly it driver fly
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there for them and Matt Hicks has agreed
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to all of our demands so he says okay he
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says done and done so hopefully we can
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get a drunk Matt Hicks dressed as the
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dude is the keynote speaker saying that
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nobody’s radical enough let’s get the
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yeah let’s get that hashtag going drunk
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Matt Hicks LNC 2020 I like it I like it
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in for terror as well honestly I mean
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let’s just do the whole thing let’s just
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put him in charge let’s make him the
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presidential candidate really drunk Matt
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Hicks for everything I like it drunk
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Matt hit you just vote you run from at
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just drunk drunk night head up 2020
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instead of instead of none of the above
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or not voting just vote drunk Mac Hicks
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for everything yes he’s bound to win
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something hashtag drunk
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Hicks 2020 hashtag drunk Matt Hicks
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so last week for everybody that was
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watching it was election day but we
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aired the Libertarian Party of South
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Carolina’s libertarian presidential
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debate the audio of it
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but I wanted to touch quickly on a
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couple of the key things that happen in
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the election that many people on the
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internet freaked out about okay first of
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all Kentucky elected a Democratic
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governor and they how dare they and they
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blame the libertarian for his two
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percent and how that would have been
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reference maker now what everybody seems
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to be forgetting or not realizing not
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really sure which everybody seems to get
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probably the latter probably the latter
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right is that Kentucky has more
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Democratic voters registered than it has
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Republican voters registered so already
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you’re fighting an uphill battle even in
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a reelection season right you had a
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Democratic governor who got rid rid of a
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liberty minded lieutenant governor to
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get somebody who was more trumpian and
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that was gonna lose him his votes and
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those were the people that switched over
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in order to make the change to vote for
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the libertarian and it doesn’t Kentucky
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like have a history like they’ve only
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had two Republican governors in the last
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however many like I mean it’s not
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uncommon for them to have Democrat
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governor right it’s been two Republican
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or yeah two Republican governors in 50
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years right so this will not uncommon
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guys right this is not the biggest shock
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now right as somebody who grew up in the
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Commonwealth of Virginia it’s not a
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state common law but a lot of people
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freaked out because the Virginia State
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Legislature ended up switching to be
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democratic and a lot of people flipped
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out about this we discussed
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we discussed this briefly on the show
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last week but in 2004 George Bush won
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re-election but it was a lot closer than
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people thought that it was going to be
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in 2008 they turned blue for Obama in
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2012 reelected Obama 2016 Hillary
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Clinton in 2017 they voted in governor
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blackface like this has been a slow and
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steady growth for them doing this and a
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lot of it comes from the people that
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have been moving from states like New
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York and Connecticut and Vermont and
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they’re moving down south to escape the
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higher taxes okay Virginia is great it’s
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not as expensive and then they’re
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continuing voting for all the stuff that
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they’ve been trying to escape right this
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is just and that’s also that’s also
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happening the next step step is
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happening like North Carolina is now a
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purple state so I mean it’s they even
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have a Democratic governor right now so
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Virginia I’m still surprised people are
25:51
Virginia turning blue was a 10 year old
25:54
story at this point right it’s just this
25:56
is the first time that they’ve flipped
26:00
like the locals but that’s not that
26:04
shocking that is going to happen
26:06
eventually said we weren’t able to get
26:09
Virginia back to a red state what did
26:12
they blame that on the libertarian stare
26:14
now they didn’t blame that on the
26:15
libertarians they were just freaking out
26:16
okay they were just freaking out about
26:18
it
26:19
I spent a slow steady decline to blue
26:21
for since 2008 this has been 10 11 12
26:26
years running that it’s been going this
26:27
way this was not supported I mean for
26:30
Virginia is two main states I guess you
26:34
could call it the south and west which
26:37
are still very much what you would think
26:40
of when you think of Virginia and then
26:42
the ever-expanding Northeast DC Beltway
26:45
area into the northeast of the state
26:49
which is the the you know Nova or
26:50
whatever the the DC Beltway expanding
26:54
into Virginia plus people moving down
26:56
from you know New York and New England
26:57
and all of that so yeah it’s a blue
27:00
state at this point even though most of
27:02
the state is still
27:04
the main population centers are all blue
27:08
kind of like Illinois hello southern
27:11
Illinois is a standard Midwestern
27:13
purplish red area with Chicago just
27:17
holding on for the Democrats so I mean
27:19
that’s that was gonna happen with
27:22
Kentucky John hick John Hicks is his
27:25
name who ran is the libertarian what the
27:28
people who are freaking out right now
27:29
don’t get is that if you took away the
27:34
ability to vote for third party
27:36
candidates and every voter in Kentucky
27:38
had to pick either a Republican or a
27:40
Democrat most of those libertarian
27:43
voters would just not vote and then
27:46
though of the ones that are have that
27:48
are left they’d split fairly evenly
27:52
between Republican and Democrat maybe a
27:54
little bit more for a republican than
27:55
democrat but not enough to change that
27:57
election outcome and that’s what a lot
28:00
of Republicans and Democrats don’t get
28:02
we saw this in Georgia when Stacy Adams
28:07
lost to Brian Kemp Brian Kemp right
28:11
bring him yeah yeah Brian Kemp last year
28:14
people were freaking out and saying oh
28:17
it’s because you know people voted
28:19
libertarian and in that case I think ya
28:23
know his win would he still he got
28:24
enough votes that it was more the
28:27
difference between Adams and Kemp but
28:31
those people weren’t gonna vote for Cece
28:33
Adams or Brian Kemp or at least not
28:36
enough to make a difference in one way
28:38
or the other and I mean libertarians are
28:41
they know that when they vote for that
28:44
person that they’re gonna come way in
28:46
third they know that they know that it’s
28:49
not gonna be closed in statewide and
28:52
national elections they make that vote
28:54
because they’re so disgusted with the
28:56
other two choices they don’t care which
28:58
side wins so I just I need I even saw a
29:03
lot of you know uh you know libertarians
29:06
who aren’t members of the Libertarian
29:08
Party who were very upset that Bevin
29:10
didn’t get reelected libertarians
29:13
weren’t gonna vote for a conservative
29:14
Republican
29:15
they just weren’t mmm or a Democrat
29:18
and a lot of people were like yeah yeah
29:19
he was endorsed by the RLC he was
29:23
endorsed by the RLC he was the best
29:24
Liberty candidate that was electable and
29:27
they were saying things like that but
29:28
then he got when he got rid of the
29:30
lieutenant governor a lot of people said
29:31
well no he’s just gonna do whatever
29:32
Trump tells him to do right so I’m not
29:36
no just no and that’s he he also
29:41
underperformed all of the other
29:43
Republicans on a statewide by like a
29:47
hundred thousand votes which would have
29:49
been more than enough for him to win
29:50
this was a Bevin problem this was not a
29:53
you know the 40,000 libertarians that
29:56
voted for for a first this was a Bevin
29:59
problem and it was a Republican problem
30:01
oh the other thing is this you’ll notice
30:05
a pattern whatever a Republican loses to
30:09
a Democrat or Democrat loses to a
30:11
Republican in a close election the very
30:14
first people that they go after are
30:16
people that the party they don’t blame
30:19
the the overwhelming group of people
30:21
that voted for the other candidate for
30:23
that vote for you know the Democrat or
30:25
the Republican even though that’s the
30:27
reason they lost they lost because more
30:29
people voted for that other candidate
30:31
then for them they don’t blame they
30:34
don’t blame the large group of people
30:36
who didn’t show up to vote they blame
30:39
the sometimes several hundred or several
30:42
thousand people who voted for a third
30:46
party candidate because they didn’t see
30:48
enough of a difference between the two
30:50
major candidates to bother voting for
30:51
them and even though they would go in
30:54
and what I’ve always said is you know
30:57
because I’ve I’ve campaigned for
30:58
libertarians in the past like I’ve gone
31:00
out there and I’ve done and people have
31:01
gotten mad at me saying you know you’re
31:03
just gonna steal from my candidate or
31:04
you’re just helping the other candidate
31:06
whatever and my argument has and always
31:09
will be if your candidate can’t get
31:12
people to come out and vote for him and
31:13
they’re gonna come out and vote for my
31:15
candidate because my candidate was able
31:17
to do it that’s on you that’s on him
31:21
that’s not on my candidate that’s not on
31:23
me I’m doing the work if they’re not
31:26
willing to do the work they aren’t
31:27
earning your vote
31:30
vote they can’t get them to vote for you
31:32
knowing that their vote for this other
31:35
person is almost certain to not help
31:38
them get elected like they know that
31:40
they’re throwing their vote away
31:41
whatever that’s called they know that
31:44
they’re voting for someone that’s almost
31:45
assuredly not going to win they still
31:47
won’t vote for you
31:48
how much do you suck that they won’t
31:51
vote for you right it is what it is and
31:53
and the the reason that they go after
31:56
those third-party candidates harder than
31:58
they go after anyone else when they lose
32:01
these close races is because it doesn’t
32:03
really come down to which side won it
32:05
came down to controlling your choice
32:06
they want they more important than
32:09
anything else more important than if the
32:10
Republican wins or the Democrat wins
32:12
what’s most important to them is that
32:15
you believe that the only viable choice
32:18
are Republican or Democrat because if
32:20
that ever changed if people said yeah
32:22
you know what I don’t really care I’m
32:24
voting if enough people said I’m gonna
32:26
vote based on who I think should win
32:28
period even if they don’t even if you
32:30
know the media and the major parties are
32:33
telling me that they don’t have a shot
32:34
of winning it probably what they win
32:37
more they’d actually win some elections
32:39
and that would completely destroy the
32:41
Republic rap back and forth of you know
32:43
the two parties pretending that they’re
32:45
opposing each other but they’re really
32:46
just working together to you know
32:48
endlessly grow government and you know
32:50
play to their bases while just doing the
32:53
same thing the other side I would do
32:54
once they’re in office that would all
32:56
die so it is imperative that you be
32:59
blamed for not voting for they’d rather
33:03
you not show up and vote then to vote
33:06
libertarian yeah or to Green Party or
33:09
whatever and what some other party
33:12
they’d rather you not go up except in
33:15
the cases where they lose where they’re
33:16
like what you should have gone out to
33:17
vote well and that’s the thing I mean
33:20
it’s it’s really it’s about control they
33:22
want you to show up and they want you to
33:24
vote Republican or Democrat and in so
33:26
many of these people are the people who
33:28
will go out there and say you need to
33:29
take responsibility for your own actions
33:30
and when you go out and you vote for the
33:32
candidate that you like the best and it
33:35
causes their candidate they’ll lose they
33:37
blame you they don’t blame their
33:39
candidate they don’t blame exactly blame
33:41
you yep
33:44
sarah Branyan on on the old tubes of you
33:47
says where can I get one of those hats
33:49
and I say oh you can get that at
33:51
taxation is theft dot cards first erdf
33:57
yes taxation is theft dot cards
34:01
you cannot card pick one of those up at
34:03
that website you can also get some
34:06
sweet-ass merch from the firm in 2022
34:10
comm it’s really taxation is theft the
34:13
taxation bracelet or the end the drug
34:16
war and the drug war I don’t know you
34:19
can see this yeah but you can you can
34:22
actually see it pretty well well like it
34:23
looks so amazing definitely get it you
34:27
should write and you know they’re really
34:29
fun to have on when you’re at work and
34:31
have somebody read it out and they look
34:34
at you and taxation of stuff and you
34:36
just look at them you gaze into their
34:38
eyes because you don’t realize that they
34:39
read something on your wrist and you’re
34:41
like what’s up girl
34:43
how you doing and we were reading that
34:48
my bad definitely never had that she
34:54
wants me and she’s thinking like how
34:59
would we have things so oh by the way a
35:07
plug for my show tomorrow
35:09
my fellow Americans Dan Berman who made
35:13
all the in sells all this sweet-ass
35:16
merch that I’ve got is gonna be on my
35:18
show completely unrelated to me having
35:20
all of the sweet-ass merch in the first
35:21
place
35:22
Daniel taxation is theft Berman who is
35:25
running for president and wants the
35:28
Libertarian Party nomination to run for
35:30
president gonna be on my show tomorrow 8
35:33
p.m. Eastern yep he was on my show a
35:37
couple months back and he is a fun
35:39
interview he is a suit yeah he’s got I
35:43
really enjoyed watching that he’s just a
35:45
fun interview he’s super smart guy yeah
35:49
he knows what he’s talking about so I’m
35:51
gonna have him on I’m gonna have him
35:53
he’s been saying some blast from his
35:55
comments about Waffle House we’re gonna
35:57
talk about that
35:57
yes and oh by the way guys be sure to
36:00
join my caucus I started a caucus for
36:02
the Libertarian Party the Libertarian
36:04
Party Waffle House caucus that’s right
36:07
um should be going up for that spike is
36:10
the all-star special of the Libertarian
36:12
Party Waffle House caucus which we’ve
36:15
just shortened to ass today
36:17
I’m the a SS it’s also a tan a donkey
36:20
gif sharing caucus yes so if you got a
36:23
sweet donkey pictures or videos or gifts
36:27
you want to share in there be sure to do
36:28
that Libertarian Party Waffle House
36:31
caucus we are applying for the 501 3 C
36:35
which we’re certain to get just as soon
36:38
as I ever actually do that right and we
36:41
want to be a major force in the
36:42
Libertarian Party and the Waffle House
36:46
people will come to us for the forecast
36:48
doggy’s political weather right exactly
36:54
um oh and that’s the that is by the way
36:56
the official Libertarian Party caucus of
36:59
muddy waters media true I just made that
37:02
yeah I’m fine with that I was like okay
37:06
why not really just now I just decide
37:08
Rick Chris Reynolds personal injury
37:12
attorney Chris Reynolds attorney at law
37:13
is very excited that you are doing a
37:15
sensual show lying down yes and this
37:18
nice Chris Chris Oh Chris this is this
37:23
is what I’m really this is how I this is
37:25
the format I’ve wanted the show to go
37:27
into for a while like soft porn and it’s
37:31
really been like where I’ve been pushing
37:33
things I haven’t been really aggressive
37:37
oh but and so I thought like you know
37:40
this time I’ll be clothed because you
37:42
gotta ease into it and also Facebook and
37:44
YouTube and Twitter once where a float
37:48
exclusive show once we’re getting enough
37:51
money from float to be a float exclusive
37:55
program I’m at least gonna be topless
37:58
I guess gonna be topless now you could
38:01
you could always be topless I could be
38:03
topless right so that’s the direction
38:06
we’re going this we’re very sensual you
38:08
know I’m here to muddy the waters in
38:10
there
38:12
Chris Reynolds says to check out his
38:15
libertarian party tilapia lovers caucus
38:17
also known as the libertarian TLC in
38:21
hell and if if Arvind borde joins the
38:27
libertarian TLC keep your 14 year-olds
38:29
away yeah well don’t drive him there
38:33
yeah don’t drive him that cuz it’s your
38:34
fault Jacob Jacob LaBelle no I can’t
38:41
speak for spike but I did not rejoin the
38:43
LP I’ve never been a member yeah no
38:49
spike did not join and I did not rejoin
38:51
the LP no I’m not joining I’m just
38:54
effecting it from the outside with my
38:56
caucus right with my large and ever grow
39:01
and caught yes the Waffle House caucus
39:06
Waffle House caucus so be sure to join
39:10
that we have we have we have only four
39:13
rules
39:14
number one is Waffle House is better
39:17
than everything else yes so you can’t
39:19
pretend that it’s not right to is you
39:25
don’t need a jerk yeah three which is
39:29
very arbitrarily enforced it’s really
39:32
what I decide is okay or not
39:34
three is seems very authoritarian of you
39:38
ya know it’s it’s a total dictatorship
39:40
I’m not even having other admins on
39:43
there it’s just me control everything I
39:45
didn’t even make Matt an admin cuz it’s
39:47
fine
39:47
and so and three is don’t you can’t like
39:51
harass or threaten or murder anyone and
39:53
then also don’t be a naughty so there
39:56
are a lot of rules um but you should
40:00
join yep you should join you’ll get more
40:03
work more pictures and videos like this
40:06
if you join of course you could just get
40:12
those on float where we can do it oh
40:14
that’s true too yeah again depends on
40:17
how much you donate we can really get
40:19
pictures and videos of whatever you want
40:22
I’m just gonna
40:24
gonna start throwing that money at us
40:25
that’s right me us so speaking of
40:31
awkward things debating on being done
40:34
publicly the public impeachment hearings
40:38
are scheduled to begin this week yes and
40:43
pretty much everybody across the country
40:45
has already made up their mind on
40:46
whether or not they think he should be
40:48
impeached or shouldn’t be impeached and
40:50
whether he should be removed from office
40:52
and whether he shouldn’t be removed from
40:53
office and typically you can figure out
40:55
what somebody believes in the first five
40:57
minutes of talking to them and you can
40:59
also guess what news sources they like
41:02
to watch I was talking with some people
41:06
the other day and in five minutes I knew
41:08
that they watched a lot of Vox a lot of
41:13
Vox vo X yeah yeah yeah knew that one
41:17
immediately I’ve talked to a lot of the
41:19
people who wanted those are the people
41:21
who wanted Trump impeached for getting
41:24
elected be fair you know when people ask
41:30
me do you want someone impeached yes
41:32
yes doesn’t matter who absolutely say
41:36
County a trigger yeah they have
41:38
absolutely done something that violates
41:41
the Constitution so yeah I want them
41:43
impeached yeah or just I don’t like sure
41:48
like I just think like literally just
41:50
all the way down top to bottom from the
41:53
janitor if you could impeach a janitor
41:55
I want public impeachment hearings for
41:57
the janitor all the way up to president
41:59
and everything in between at all levels
42:01
so that includes Trump so what I’m sure
42:08
you have some details on this hearing
42:10
but it sounds like I mean it sounds like
42:13
they’re gonna go to impeach them and
42:14
then the Senate is gonna vote not to
42:18
cannot Ted probably not even to centrum
42:21
that’s gonna be funny when they vote not
42:23
even the centrum and they just feel like
42:25
there’s nothing here and then you know
42:27
how goes it wasn’t witch-hunt see that’s
42:30
that that is the next four months is
42:33
gonna help a little cool that’s what’s
42:34
gonna happen
42:35
but this week on a very special
42:37
so dove Congress we are going to be
42:44
seeing the likes of the alleged
42:46
whistleblower whose name is probably
42:50
something along the lines of erred
42:52
Caramella
42:54
maybe possibly Oh is that whose name I
42:57
keep Dean yeah that’s the name that gets
43:00
you kicked off Facebook if you type it
43:01
yeah yeah I was gonna say people like
43:04
type that it kicked off yeah I hope book
43:08
isn’t listening to the show Eric that’s
43:13
why I said something alike for that I’m
43:15
not saying it is that I don’t know um
43:17
let’s just like pronounce it wrong C
43:19
Romila very very actually probably say
43:23
it right Eric caramel au caramel caramel
43:28
Oh Eric caramel au is expected to be
43:31
called to testify Dems are obviously
43:32
fighting it because of witness of
43:34
whistleblower protection acts although
43:38
if you are trying to protect the
43:40
whistleblower if somebody types their
43:42
name on Facebook and you remove them
43:44
from Facebook isn’t it sort of just
43:46
saying yeah no that’s the whistleblower
43:48
you’re not protecting him in this way
43:49
yeah that sort of sounds like not
43:52
protecting them right I feel as though
43:55
that is just kind of saying yes that’s
43:57
who it is stop saying his name yeah
44:00
making matters worse for and then you go
44:04
go ahead and they say don’t they say
44:07
stop saying his name and you’re like
44:09
whose name and they’re like Eric here my
44:11
job
44:11
damn it mm-hmm so making my kind of
44:16
worse as a caramel O’s lawyer is a
44:22
gentleman named Marc
44:23
xayide I believe that’s how you
44:25
pronounce his name I should have done a
44:27
lot more recently Marc is ie he has he
44:31
initially started talking about removing
44:33
Trump from office in June of 2017 and
44:38
the coup had started in June of 2017 I
44:44
said what do you wrote he wrote that on
44:46
Twitter yeah I just like I should have
44:49
had these things yeah
44:50
I should have had these things that I
44:52
hold up but he also know he can’t all be
44:55
me then right I also don’t know how to
44:58
make it look the way that you make it
44:59
look so I was like I’m not gonna put up
45:01
an ugly tweet is this have just leave me
45:07
up you can have me just really free
45:15
swearing I’m looking for marks I eat
45:18
also the cou this coming America reenact
45:25
reenact let me reenact in America hi I’m
45:28
Mark Sayid the coos coming well you
45:31
should reenact this next one because he
45:34
had a tweet from his ties come up saying
45:36
he had successfully gotten security
45:38
clearances for people who had child porn
45:40
issues arvind Vora was unavailable for
45:43
comment
45:46
he got what he got security clearances
45:49
for people who had child porn issues
45:51
tweeted this it’s on Twitter I mean
45:57
great lawyer yeah would you brag about
46:02
it he is 100% going to be called to
46:11
testify oh yeah they’re gonna drag all
46:14
that stuff oh yeah he’s gonna get caught
46:16
satisfied like this is going to be the
46:17
most entertaining impeachment ever
46:19
oh yeah hunter Biden is expected to be
46:24
called and Joe is doing his absolute
46:28
damndest to make it so hunter Biden does
46:30
not have to actually testify yeah the
46:35
Dems are the dims so I don’t think they
46:38
want the GOP put together this long list
46:40
of names of people they want called and
46:43
including hunter Biden and Mark Sayid
46:45
and Eric Carmelo and and there’s no
46:51
guarantee that the Dems will actually
46:53
call these people because the Dems right
46:57
so what we’re looking at is both sides
47:00
are going to be attempting to smear the
47:01
other side with their weakest links
47:03
right
47:03
so right you’re gonna have your Mick
47:07
Mulvaney saying that they don’t want to
47:08
go up there you’re gonna have your Rex
47:11
Tillerson saying that he never
47:12
approached nikki Haley about restricting
47:17
what the president can do because they
47:18
knew right like you’re gonna you’re
47:20
gonna have all of these things going on
47:21
it’s like who’s gonna show up to testify
47:23
and who’s not gonna show up to testify
47:25
and who’s gonna be allowed to testify
47:26
and it’s gonna just turn this thing and
47:29
do a huge circus but the one that I’m
47:32
most curious about is there is rumor
47:34
that Adam Schiff will be called to
47:37
testify and asked about the legitimacy
47:39
of any of his investigations under oath
47:46
isn’t he the head of the impeachment
47:48
yeah yes this is just gonna be a giant
47:55
mess all around this is going to be the
47:58
best circus since Barnum & Bailey join
48:00
forces an elephant started flying right
48:04
this is I like that analogy um but now I
48:09
mean while even if the House Democrats
48:12
vote down calling witnesses the Senate
48:16
can still call witnesses right or they
48:18
don’t do that I believe they can but
48:23
what I learned in researching how
48:25
impeachment happens is that there are no
48:28
rules
48:29
it’s the motherfucking Thunderdome in
48:33
there like it’s just we’re doing it this
48:35
way this time it’s like well no we want
48:37
to call witnesses no you don’t get to
48:38
call witnesses and it’s like all right
48:40
well we’ll just have the Senate call
48:41
witnesses we won’t listen to the Senate
48:43
and we’re just making it up as it goes
48:48
along it’s like it’s like if a
48:50
kindergarten class was trying to
48:53
prosecute somebody for taking the chalk
48:56
I don’t know what happens in
48:58
kindergarten and they’re just like and
48:59
they’re just like losing their minds on
49:02
how to even go about doing that right a
49:05
congressional score fuck is Tom Arnold
49:08
just said yes nice absolutely correct
49:12
Tom yes I guess that they were like
49:15
Marnell by the way wants us to
49:17
go to their convention – in Tennessee
49:22
Tennessee Liberty we’re about where is
49:26
it today what city
49:36
you don’t know dude no in what city time
49:38
where is it oh he hasn’t said I think I
49:42
think it’s Nashville okay well if it’s
49:45
if it’s Nashville I’m down to go I don’t
49:49
know it’s not it won’t maybe only if we
49:52
get to talk for at least 15 minutes
49:57
unscripted I mean we can do that anyway
50:01
onstage oh yeah that would be fun
50:07
I’ll get the bed I’ll bring the bed
50:09
there like this so I can get up there in
50:11
hi Tennessee mmm
50:13
I’m sure that I love that oh yeah I know
50:16
it’s gonna be an absolute blast watching
50:18
this impeachment I can’t wait what’ll be
50:23
hilarious
50:24
oh it’s a rebel decides the city that is
50:27
being held in is Lebanon which is the
50:30
correct way to pronounce that Lebanon
50:34
it’s outside to know where is that it’s
50:36
outside of Nashville it’s like 30
50:38
minutes outside of Nashville okay so
50:41
that’s like your old stomping grounds
50:42
right and tom says we can talk yes when
50:47
is it just let us know when it is and
50:51
just like we’ll look online there
50:55
yeah I’m sure everybody look forward to
50:58
seeing us and see libertarian convention
51:03
solid 15 minutes of talking solid 15
51:06
minutes of us just being of us doing
51:08
what we are doing right now when we
51:10
aren’t talking about anything in
51:11
particular Chris yeah says the
51:13
congressional hearings in secession the
51:15
fantastic HBO show that a random color
51:17
got me to start watching had as much of
51:20
an impact on the world as the upcoming
51:21
impeachment hearings yes 100% accurate
51:25
yes except I was much more upset by what
51:28
happened in me secession congressional
51:30
hearings as opposed to what will happen
51:32
in these Oh Jan you area yeah oh we got
51:38
time for that
51:39
I’ll meet time oh I’ll make that work
51:42
Tom just in time for Tom Arnold Bree you
51:45
Tom to rest up after delivering toys to
51:49
all of
51:49
the children all over the world oh
51:52
that’s right yeah he’s gonna have a good
51:54
delegate in time to to rest relax
51:57
recharge I’ll be perfect timings oh yeah
52:03
I think the funniest thing that could
52:04
happen with the impeachment is if they
52:07
actually remove trunk to watch the
52:10
Republicans freak out and then for Mike
52:14
Pence to become president for everyone
52:16
else to freak out and then the fact that
52:21
he might actually win re-election or
52:25
election election which would just which
52:29
would chest so I so you tuned in for a
52:37
fun time this year but it that way
52:39
it’s no matter what their goal is to
52:42
impeach by Christmas you know merry
52:44
Christmas to you mr. president
52:47
their goal is to impeach by Christmas
52:49
which means that by Thanksgiving of next
52:52
year Trump will be president still I
52:58
still say I know what the polls are
53:01
saying I think Donald Trump’s still
53:03
gonna get 46 47 percent of the vote and
53:05
that’s why me
53:07
great I think that’s what’s gonna happen
53:09
that’s what’s gonna happen he’s just
53:11
gonna his entire campaign is gonna be it
53:14
it was just one way tone after the other
53:16
witch hunt after another witch hunt no
53:19
collusion no conviction his entire
53:24
campaign and whoever gets the nomination
53:27
and half of the Democrat party’s gonna
53:30
eight yep
53:31
those most of them will still come out
53:33
and vote for them but it’s gonna hobble
53:35
them it’s either gonna be Joe Biden who
53:39
is Hillary Clinton with a penis and even
53:42
more racist jokes and/or Liz Warren who
53:48
scares all the Democratic donors or
53:51
Bernie Sanders who half the party hates
53:54
so I don’t see it all those member
54:00
bloomberg is an option at this point
54:03
yeah yeah there’s a breaking news a ray
54:07
shockwave was sent through to shockwaves
54:10
happened in both in one in the Democrat
54:13
one of the Republican side the Democrat
54:14
side Mike Bloomberg getting the exact
54:20
same amount of tremendous pressure that
54:21
Hillary Clinton was get 20/20 decided to
54:25
run in 2020 to the collective amused
54:29
sigh of the Democratic Party and then
54:33
the Republican side a total game changer
54:37
here Mark Sanford has dropped out of the
54:40
presidential race who’s Joe Jorgenson
54:44
gonna pick well yeah jojje organ s’en
54:52
just lost the person that is running for
54:55
one of the other parties to date who’s
54:59
the most libertarian yes out of the
55:02
brook uh Tom is Joe Jorgensen gonna be
55:08
at the Tennessee convention while we
55:13
wait legislate better yeah while we wait
55:16
to hear back from say nothing until the
55:19
answers it’s time for personal injury
55:24
attorney Chris Reynolds Eternia laws
55:26
favorite segment which I don’t have the
55:28
graphic for so he’s very happy about
55:30
that
55:31
oh and I don’t have my nope I I didn’t
55:35
get my I gotta get my career to
55:36
laminated as he got kind of wrinkled up
55:38
yep at the convention I’m terrible about
55:42
um he’s he’s getting older he’s getting
55:48
up there and pasted on a any paint on a
55:50
spring chicken anymore he’s amazed
55:51
amateur seasoned seasoned guilt that’s
55:55
right
55:57
the Chris Reynolds ill he fill the
56:01
personal injury attorney Chris Reynolds
56:03
attorney at law
56:05
anchor FM co-anchor Colin quests
56:12
personal injury attorney Chris Reynolds
56:14
here with some Budaj edge
56:16
so we along are starting to see
56:20
candidates drop out from the Democratic
56:24
primary race and I’m curious as to how
56:30
you think these various supporters are
56:33
going to be reallocated to other
56:36
candidates so you know if Andrew if yang
56:41
drops out or a Booker drops out you know
56:43
where are these people gonna go if we
56:46
were to add these percentages together
56:47
and you know can we mathematically kind
56:50
of figure out who’s gonna end up with
56:53
the most at the end if we accurately
56:56
predict where the supporters of someone
57:00
who dropped out they are going to go
57:02
next so any any insights on that I would
57:05
appreciate thank you that’s actually I
57:10
don’t know yeah you can you start
57:13
tolling because I’m not sure so the
57:15
biggest name to drop out was bet oh but
57:20
oh yeah no I’m trying his supporter I
57:27
don’t know who his single sole supporter
57:30
would go to if I had bright if I had to
57:34
guess I would say that probably what
57:38
Buddha jesh that’s what I was thinking
57:42
probably Buddha Buddha Josh isn’t it was
57:43
progressive as Beto but he’s young and
57:47
he’s white so I’m assuming that that’s
57:50
why they would go there yeah but he’s
57:55
not as gay as robert francis um so
58:03
there’s that no i yeah it was the only
58:09
one that’s dropped out that’s really had
58:11
enough support to really move the needle
58:13
one way or the other and even he he
58:15
dropped out by he was like 2% like I
58:16
mean he wasn’t really I mean he dropped
58:18
out cuz he probably really was in game
58:21
interaction he probably ran out of money
58:23
to buy any but yeah probably he ran out
58:25
of money but he also had no traction I
58:27
mean he had nothing to go on
58:28
right um I don’t
58:29
you’re gonna really see big changes
58:31
until even yang and you know I hate to
58:35
say it but Marianne and Tulsi and the
58:36
rest of them
58:37
like together they have maybe like the
58:41
gangs active done well in a couple of
58:42
polls but overall maybe between all of
58:44
them they’ve got you know five six maybe
58:46
seven percent of the support which is
58:48
gonna be kind of not necessarily evenly
58:50
distributed but I don’t think any of
58:52
them are gonna go heavily towards one or
58:53
another I think a lot of Tulsi
58:55
supporters just aren’t gonna support
58:56
anyone else because she’s so anti-war if
58:59
anything a lot of them might go
59:01
libertarian or green or just not
59:03
participate oh I don’t know man um yeah
59:08
I think so it’s gonna take go ahead I
59:13
would come on was gonna be she’s gonna
59:16
be the first big one to drop out yeah
59:19
yeah which she’s hurting herself because
59:22
she’s saying the reason that she’s not
59:24
doing better is because women don’t want
59:27
to vote for women are afraid to vote for
59:29
a women of color and right now she if
59:31
she was in and she said that yeah Oh
59:33
Mike hi if she was it was about women
59:37
race she’s talking about Democrats she
59:39
is not talking like if it was in the
59:41
Democrat primary God if she was in the
59:45
general election blame that on
59:47
Republican women all day long but you
59:49
said that about different women while
59:51
you’re running yeah she’s gonna be the
59:55
first one to go and that’s who she
59:59
needed she needed the support of all the
60:01
Karen’s out there because she’s like the
60:03
head Karen and Elizabeth Warren with is
60:07
was is and always will be the head Karen
60:12
she has let me speak to your manager
60:15
written all over her face that’s yeah so
60:19
but I guess so Kamala like has just
60:21
locked up more people she she’s not
60:23
she’s not let me see she’s not Karen
60:25
she’s like the bitter cop who like
60:28
plants drugs on you because you cheated
60:31
on her or like swiped left on Twitter on
60:35
tinder or whatever or Twitter um so yeah
60:41
she’s yeah she’s not a
60:44
yeah and so when Harry shadows Karen’s
60:47
she needed those Karen’s and Harris will
60:49
be dropped out in the next she’ll be
60:52
dropped out before New Hampshire I think
60:55
yeah I think she’ll stick around for
60:58
Iowa cuz supposedly she has invested
61:00
heavily in Iowa and I think she’ll just
61:02
cuz what the hell she’ll stick around
61:04
for Iowa and when she comes in fifth or
61:07
fourth or whatever and it’s not gonna do
61:10
well in New Hampshire or South Carolina
61:12
I think she’ll chill she’ll pack it up
61:14
and probably endorse I’m guessing she’ll
61:17
endorse Liz Warren yeah
61:19
cuz she’s got that anti Biden I was that
61:24
girl that you segregated personally even
61:27
though she wasn’t yeah uh-huh
61:29
even though but that’s not even accurate
61:31
any of it like by a few years that
61:34
timelines off but she um yeah I think
61:39
she’ll I don’t think she’ll pick Bernie
61:41
I think she’ll pick Liz yeah I think so
61:43
good then yeah I think Bernie goes I
61:49
think most will go Liz Liz Warren yeah I
61:55
think Booker he’ll go Biden cuz I think
61:58
he’ll see that as being more politically
62:00
feasible possibly I think the Liz Warren
62:08
is becoming the consensus
62:10
I don’t like Biden but Bernie’s too much
62:13
and I think he wouldn’t win in the in
62:14
the general but I think I think liz is a
62:17
weak candidate yeah I think this is
62:19
gonna all the same self Hillary did and
62:22
right now it’s gonna be between Biden
62:25
lives and Budaj I think those are the
62:28
top three to watch right now oh you
62:31
think Bernie’s out I think yeah Bernie’s
62:33
out hmm that’s interesting cuz I mean he
62:40
has if that’s the case here’s the thing
62:43
he has a core group of people that
62:45
they’ll vote for him or they’ll vote you
62:50
know Democratic socialists of America or
62:53
the vote you know American Socialist
62:55
Party or some you know some like other
62:57
other you know a a green party or
62:59
something like that don’t vote some
63:01
other like far-left party that they
63:03
really don’t care what the Democrats
63:04
have to say nor do they care if burning
63:06
it cuz I mean when Bernie endorsed
63:07
Hillary they weren’t I mean a lot of
63:10
them said no a lot of Bernie burrows
63:12
said no so I I mean the fact that Bernie
63:17
has so much weight in theirs is probably
63:19
a big part of why I still think Donald
63:21
I’m just gonna get reelected if he isn’t
63:23
removed and the impeachment right
63:25
because I think alone out of them enough
63:27
of them won’t show up that that Trump
63:29
will be able to get that 46% that he
63:33
needs forty five forty six percent that
63:34
he needs distributed the right way so
63:37
that he can he can win re-election um
63:40
but uh yeah I don’t uh that’s
63:43
interesting that you to booters yeah I
63:45
mean so Buddha says is Biden without the
63:47
baggage plus he’s gay
63:50
yeah since no fighting dropped out
63:53
Buddha Jess would kind of I think I
63:55
think Buddha says could end up winning
63:57
be if Biden just bottomed out somehow um
64:01
and everyone kind of rally around Buddha
64:04
Josh cuz he is truly like Biden – he’s
64:07
Biden + gay – racist joke – and really
64:13
really bad history as a legislator right
64:16
a – being a Boomer you know and there’s
64:25
no proof that Buddha judge has
64:27
plagiarized any of his speeches yet
64:28
that’s not right
64:31
yeah no I don’t don’t I think he that’s
64:34
interesting that you see him in the top
64:35
three I would’ve said not four but I
64:37
still think Bernie’s top three book will
64:39
say um ya know right now that’s how I
64:44
see the top three just because I see
64:46
Buddha – on a slate I’m watching his
64:48
numbers and then going up like he is
64:50
appealing – they’re gone
64:52
yeah he’s appealing to the older
64:53
Democrats because he’s young
64:55
good-looking white gay and he’s
64:57
appealing young because he’s young
64:59
good-looking like gay and you know the
65:02
progressive the progressives don’t like
65:05
him but
65:06
no bill though against ya know they know
65:17
but let’s go to another Chris Reynolds
65:21
call okay okay
65:25
personal injury attorney Chris Reynolds
65:27
here with Trump time the Trump era from
65:32
my perspective has definitely created
65:37
some sort of shift both left and right
65:39
for the Republican Party to the right
65:42
the Democratic Party to the left and
65:47
more specifically much more divisive
65:49
Ness and what I would love to get your
65:54
guys’s opinion on is is this the new
65:57
normal in a in a post Trump world are
66:04
things going to revert back to something
66:09
close closer to what they were prior to
66:12
this where we are worried about TN suits
66:15
and Affairs in the Oval Office or is
66:17
this the new normal and everyone’s gonna
66:19
hate each other for the rest of time
66:21
thanks yeah so I would a first of all
66:28
IIIi think I have a different
66:30
perspective on Republicans becoming more
66:33
right and Democrats becoming more left
66:35
their policies are roughly saying this
66:38
you know although they’re becoming more
66:39
authoritarian so they’re becoming more
66:41
you know government needs to do
66:44
something about XYZ but that’s been a
66:46
steady progression for a long time
66:48
they’re becoming more tribal between
66:51
Republican and Democrat but I mean if
66:53
you want to use the standard left/right
66:54
scale if anything the Republican Party
66:57
has moved very far to the left they
66:58
would have never supported a president
67:01
proposing universal child care or you
67:05
know rebranding Obama care as Trump care
67:09
or you know expanding Medicare or or you
67:14
know you know the being again
67:20
just handing over the national parks to
67:22
the states would have never supported
67:27
this kind of stuff the gun control stuff
67:29
they would have numbers a red flag laws
67:31
and stuff like that they would have
67:32
supported stuff in the at least in
67:34
recent history and they are because they
67:37
become so partisan that if a republican
67:40
poses something and and talks about how
67:43
much they hate democrats then they’re
67:46
right um so and democrats in the same
67:51
thing they can propose whatever they
67:52
want now and as long as they say how
67:54
much they eat Republicans then Democrats
67:56
will say they’re right to so it’s that
67:58
they’re becoming more and more
67:59
tribalists and partisan is that a
68:02
continuing trend yeah and it’s only
68:04
gonna get worse the candidates are gonna
68:06
get more and more outrageous the
68:09
cognitive dissonance on both sides is
68:12
just gonna get worse and worse and worse
68:13
the partisan anger between people were
68:19
some worse which is gonna mean that
68:21
people are going to talk less and less
68:23
about politics around each other because
68:26
if you were it’s no longer okay for a
68:30
close loved one of yours to disagree
68:31
with you with which party’s better
68:34
they’re evil so people will talk less
68:37
and less about politics except they’ll
68:40
only talk politics you’re in smaller and
68:43
smaller partisan groups where they talk
68:47
about how evil the other side is so yeah
68:50
it’s gonna continue it’s only gonna get
68:52
worse politicians there and get away
68:53
with more and more and more because
68:56
again as long as they can keep half of
68:58
the country thinking that they’re okay
69:00
by by saying how much they hate the
69:02
other side they’ll literally be able to
69:03
do anything I mean the whole shoot
69:05
someone in the middle of Fifth Avenue
69:07
well absolutely it already is true but
69:09
it will absolutely be true you’ll be
69:11
let’s see prep politicians doing some of
69:14
the most horrendous horrific things
69:16
blatantly and unashamedly and as long as
69:20
they say how much they hate the other
69:22
side they’ll totally get away with it
69:24
the second that they try to talk across
69:27
the aisle destroy even though again both
69:31
sides in reality are reaching across the
69:33
aisle
69:34
right now Democrats and Republicans are
69:36
working together to extend extend extend
69:37
the Patriot Act the surveillance stuff
69:40
the spying stuff that’s in the Patriot
69:42
Act so they absolutely come together
69:43
when it comes time to infringe upon your
69:45
rights and property and life but in
69:48
terms of actually like their the idea of
69:53
them working together they’ll never
69:54
admit to that the other side has to be
69:56
evil for this left-right rope-a-dope to
69:58
work so no it’s only gonna get worse
70:00
right I can’t say anything on to that
70:03
because Chris Reynolds says I miss
70:06
talking politics in having friendly
70:07
debates I do too and the last time that
70:09
I was allowed to talk politics at of
70:14
family gathering somebody threatened to
70:19
punch me in the face because I thought
70:20
that we should pull all of the people
70:22
out of the Middle East and bring them
70:25
home and somehow that was my fault
70:29
I don’t know how yeah being threatened
70:31
because I didn’t want people to die
70:34
meant that it was my fault and I wasn’t
70:36
allowed to bring up politics I also
70:39
considered that winning the debate
70:41
that’s mark usually when someone report
70:44
reverse the threats of physical violence
70:46
it’s because you’re beating them in the
70:47
actual discussion try being a a Jew at a
70:52
Jew family gathering who wants to cut
70:54
off all aid to Israel and and all of the
70:57
wars in the Middle East but also reminds
71:02
them that Israel was founded by Marxists
71:04
and has no mention of God in its
71:05
constitution or other founding documents
71:07
because it was founded by atheist
71:08
Marxist to try that one bonkers eyes do
71:13
you want to come over to my house for
71:14
Thanksgiving yes yes that will go over
71:19
so well but yeah no I mean the divide is
71:23
just gonna get worse and worse and
71:24
you’re going and yeah you’re gonna talk
71:26
about it less and less like they say not
71:28
the things not talking about nabarro
71:30
religion and politics that used to not
71:32
be the case you could talk about those
71:33
things in a bar because you could have
71:35
similarly and I think it started out in
71:37
as a bar at bars because alcohol makes
71:41
people do stupid things
71:42
so they started fighting okay so it’s
71:44
like okay don’t talk about this stuff at
71:46
bars and now it’s don’t talk
71:47
about these things anywhere and it’s
71:49
just gonna continue to be that way it’s
71:51
gonna be keep your opinion to yourself
71:52
no and it’s just going to it’s just
71:59
gonna it’s just gonna continue making
72:01
the divide worse and worse because we
72:02
are now unable to talk about different
72:04
opinions with each other without being
72:05
threatened to be punched in the face
72:07
right and by people not being able to
72:11
compare and contrast their beliefs you
72:12
know in a in a good faith way it’s just
72:15
gonna empower politicians to continue
72:17
just crapping all over you because if
72:19
you dare to get up and say I don’t like
72:22
politician XYZ doing whatever someone’s
72:27
gonna get up and go oh I guess you
72:29
wanted whatever other terrible
72:31
politician you also don’t like you
72:33
wanted them to win instead cuz you hate
72:35
America or you’re a racist or you’re a
72:37
homophobe or you’re unpatriotic or you
72:42
want the Muslims to take over you
72:44
whatever whatever they’re gonna say I
72:45
bet you hate the flag like what like
72:48
whatever thing that they’re gonna say
72:50
because they’re unable and we see it all
72:53
day long like any of us who make the
72:56
student mistake on a regular basis of
72:57
discussing political beliefs on the
73:00
Internet we they’ll fail even on our
73:02
page we’ll bring up something that Trump
73:05
did people go well you know Democrats
73:06
did I – and we’ll be like yeah we hated
73:09
that when Democrats did it – right
73:11
oh well they did it – I don’t see you
73:14
know guys saying anything you guys
73:15
didn’t say anything when Obama did it
73:17
well we weren’t a page when Obama did it
73:20
so we did it when the Democrat the one
73:24
good thing about whenever the side
73:28
switch for who’s president who’s in
73:31
control of Congress is that we’ll have a
73:33
whole new group of people that will love
73:35
everything that we criticized the curve
73:37
Oh God and we’ll also have a whole new
73:39
group of people who go well you know
73:41
troop 2.2 ya know we absolutely hated it
73:43
when Trump did it so and this end at
73:46
least with that we’ll be able to show
73:47
them like here’s the tweet you know
73:49
here’s our our poster tweeter video or
73:51
whatever of when we specifically said we
73:53
disagree with Trump doing that but uh
73:55
yeah so no it’s only gonna get worse
73:57
right super fan Sarah and or
74:01
says that people were reprimanded at
74:03
work for having a conversation about
74:04
politics there was no animosity just
74:06
healthy debate in someone listening who
74:08
reported it and that is that’s the issue
74:11
is you’re too rational human beings
74:15
cannot have a civil debate without
74:18
offending somebody else yeah I actually
74:24
have found that being an anarchist has
74:26
made it easier for me to debate stuff
74:28
with people because they just kind of
74:29
roll their eyes and like well that’s
74:30
crazy
74:31
but like that’s what it’s like they’re
74:33
okay with me being an anarchist but not
74:35
if I were like a trump supporter or a
74:39
Biden supporter or a Herot supporter or
74:42
a Bernie bro or whatever like that now
74:46
you’re we’re in you know you’re in my
74:48
you know tribal fight and you’re either
74:51
on my side or not but I’m oh yeah I’m an
74:52
anarchist are all a bunch of GART their
74:54
awful ago so what I’ll say here’s what
74:56
I’ll get I’ll say when I don’t want to
74:58
really get into a long thing I’ll say
74:59
you know I think they’re all full of
75:00
garbage and they’ll be like yeah you’re
75:02
right all politicians are liars and
75:04
it’ll be like but you know what I really
75:06
hate and they’ll start talking about
75:07
whatever its side that they hate more
75:09
than the other side that isn’t their
75:10
side and they’ll go yeah I know I know I
75:12
just think they’re all full of crap and
75:14
if they really push me I’m like yeah I’m
75:15
an anarchist I don’t think you know I
75:17
think you own yourself and I don’t think
75:19
anyone has shit
75:22
and they’ll say well that sounds crazy
75:23
but then they don’t really get I don’t
75:26
really get as worked up as me saying
75:27
like yeah I support Donald Trump or yeah
75:31
I support Hillary Clinton or Obama or
75:33
whatever
75:35
Bernie whatever yeah I mean when when I
75:38
would say oh I’m a libertarian which I
75:41
stopped saying but when I was like I’m a
75:43
libertarian that got me so much anger oh
75:46
you’re just trying to ruin the the
75:49
you’re just trying to ruin the election
75:51
for my guy and that came from both oh
75:53
right oh right they came from both sides
75:56
exactly yeah and now that I’m like I
75:58
don’t know I just hate all parties I’m
75:59
not even a member of a party people just
76:02
they tell me what they think and in my
76:05
head I judge them but I just kind of
76:07
listen kind of
76:11
yeah they all shout don’t that one last
76:16
call from personal injury attorney Chris
76:18
Reynolds attorney at law for the film
76:21
favorite AOC millennial minute personal
76:25
injury attorney Chris Reynolds here with
76:27
the aosc millennial minute where we ask
76:30
them
76:31
the difficult questions I’d really like
76:35
to know from both Matthew and Mike their
76:41
opinion okay first of all before we go
76:46
any further if you want questions
76:48
answered on this show and I’m gonna let
76:53
give Chris a pass on this one
76:54
never call me Matthew ever that is a no
77:00
I will not after this there will never
77:03
be another time that that question will
77:06
be finished playing that is that is a
77:10
hard no you are not my mother
77:13
the whole Ukraine scandal specifically I
77:18
understand that pragmatically there’s
77:21
not going to be a removal there’s gonna
77:22
be an impeachment but no removal of
77:24
Donald Trump but what I would like to
77:27
know from each of you is do you think
77:29
that Donald Trump should be number one
77:32
impeached and number two removed based
77:35
on the facts that we know from the
77:37
transcript and other things Thanks
77:41
I’ll let you go first
77:45
do I think he should be impeached yes I
77:48
think pretty much anybody that’s in
77:49
office should be impeached
77:52
should he be impeached for this why not
77:56
why not sure you know if we’re just
78:05
throwing darts anywhere Jacob LaBelle I
78:10
will ban you from this page whoa oh oh
78:15
is he calling you yeah that name
78:17
yes well I bet superfan Sarah and Erick
78:22
would never do that she can she falls
78:24
under a different
78:25
rulz I said beware that no Stowe
78:29
I’m sorry going but yeah should he get
78:32
in peace for I want ya again why not
78:38
like I would have sure sure we haven’t
78:44
really impeached anybody for anything
78:47
important ever
78:49
I mean maybe Johnson back when he was
78:51
impeached not convicted but everything
78:55
out like the other time wasn’t anything
78:58
important you know like what he did is
79:01
not the worst thing he has done but if
79:06
work if you’re gonna do like he’s like
79:07
even that day it’s probably low on the
79:12
low on the level of constitutional
79:16
violations that he probably committed
79:19
that day yeah so my thing is I agree
79:25
with Matt on a percent yes a sharable
79:27
I think Chris’s question is basically
79:31
like do you think that this falls under
79:34
what should be considered Anna people
79:36
offense which I mean I guess yeah again
79:39
also yeah sure why not I mean so is it
79:42
corrupt is withholding something which
79:46
already has been uh has already been
79:50
lagaye he’d spent in a certain way and
79:53
which apparently now they’re saying that
79:56
supposedly I think Bloomberg one at one
79:59
of the news outlets is saying that they
80:02
have proof that Trump never actually
80:04
authorized releasing the the money
80:08
it was the State Department who
80:09
unilaterally decided that the White
80:12
House didn’t even have the authority to
80:13
tell them not to release it so they just
80:15
went ahead and release it and it’s
80:17
possible that it was none other than
80:18
John Bolton who made that decision a
80:20
week before he was told to leave right
80:23
which if that’s the case now you’ve got
80:26
some serious potential impeachment
80:28
fodder for the Democrats
80:30
but regardless is that impeachable to
80:34
the extent of is that a corrupt use of
80:36
office
80:42
here’s the problem
80:43
here here’s the problem with this is so
80:46
it so badly I want to go this is no
80:49
worse than what any president has done
80:51
in the past that we haven’t impeach them
80:52
for but we just stayed a right we can’t
80:54
save that you shouldn’t say that in our
80:58
last second right we said that yeah it’s
81:04
like you know well you must like Hillary
81:07
you must support Hillary or you must
81:09
want the you know you know didn’t say
81:12
anything when Obama said it like we made
81:15
fun of people for saying that but I was
81:17
getting ready to say it knows like crap
81:18
I can’t say that now but it no but but
81:21
but but it is true we’re not we’re not
81:24
uh saying that it’s a reason not to
81:27
impeach him we’re just saying like every
81:30
person that has done something like this
81:32
and worse and then even in terms of
81:34
what’s legal that stuff the worst stuff
81:36
that presidents do here’s my anarchist
81:38
minute uh despite Cohen a Turkish minute
81:41
there were stuff that presidents do were
81:43
completely completely legal they they
81:45
imprison countless people for victimless
81:48
crimes they murder countless people
81:50
around the world for no good reason they
81:52
lock people in cages for daring to walk
81:55
across a line to seek a better life like
81:57
it it it’s those in my mind are the
82:00
things that people should be removed
82:02
from office for for from the top to the
82:04
bottom did he commit a crime according
82:08
to you know the US code of laws when it
82:11
comes to how he handled this yeah
82:14
probably
82:15
and the fact that he did it in such a
82:17
ham-handed way is why it’s even being
82:20
like his biggest the reason he’s being
82:22
impeached is because he did it and or
82:26
facing being impeached is cuz he did it
82:29
in such a stupid way like he wasn’t sly
82:31
about it at all and so many of his
82:34
underlings refused to cooperate with
82:37
some of his worst orders which is why
82:40
it’s all kind of falling upon but you
82:43
know this also speaks to the fact that
82:45
when a coercive entity is able to rob
82:48
you as much as they want to under
82:51
penalty of law
82:52
if you don’t comply yeah you’re gonna
82:55
have some really scummy people doing all
82:56
sorts of scummy stuff with that money
82:58
including refusing to release it unless
83:02
they can you know use it to try to hurt
83:04
one of their political opponents or
83:06
something like that so I mean this is
83:07
par for the course for that stuff but is
83:09
it impeachable yeah and and is the
83:14
Republican Senate going to vote to
83:17
remove him only if they perceive that
83:21
the backlash they’ll get from the
83:23
general public for not doing it is
83:25
greater than the backlash they’ll get
83:28
from their dead voting base of
83:30
Republicans for voting to remove him
83:32
which it’s gonna have to be a lot worse
83:36
for Trump than it is right now to get
83:38
that many Republicans to vote or just a
83:42
lot of Republicans who fall for the set
83:44
minor or don’t care if they get
83:45
reelected or not which I don’t see that
83:47
happening so they’re gonna care about
83:49
their reelection bed more than they’re
83:51
gonna care about their to many even
83:53
Merck wanna get elected or at least have
83:55
a shot at it but is this a crime
83:57
according to the you know the US code of
83:59
laws or what I would probably yeah I
84:01
mean it’s not good if he if he what
84:04
she’s saying at this point he’s all but
84:06
said this was he’ll say no quid pro quo
84:08
but then when he describes what he did
84:10
he’s describing a quid pro quo for
84:12
political reasons so yeah I’d say so
84:15
and also yeah I want to have reached
84:19
yeah well real quick this wasn’t in our
84:22
notes but I read this this morning the
84:24
Supreme Court
84:25
do you read about what they did today I
84:29
did not they decided not to hear on
84:33
whether or not the victims of San Lee
84:35
Sandy Hook could sue Remington which
84:38
means that for the first time ever a gun
84:42
manufacturer is going to be sued for a
84:47
mass shooting
84:54
I think the judge makes absolutely no
84:57
sense to me that the Supreme Court
84:59
wouldn’t hear this and this is this does
85:03
that Republican Supreme Court we’ve
85:06
heard so much about that’s gonna protect
85:07
our rights guess what happens if every
85:11
manufacturer whose guns are used in a
85:13
shooting can be sued guess what’s not
85:16
gonna happen any more guns be made right
85:21
and if that’s the case like you know I’d
85:27
the slippery slope fallacy and all that
85:29
and like I’m willing to use it here but
85:31
I could I see Jack Daniels for my
85:35
alcoholism this slippery slope started
85:42
the tobacco company lawsuits yes and now
85:45
they were able to show that tobacco
85:47
companies were you know intentionally
85:49
trying to release studies you know
85:51
saying that tobacco you know cigarettes
85:53
couldn’t hurt you and stuff like that so
85:54
that there was some dicey stuff there
85:56
but at the end of the day everyone knew
85:58
cigarettes were bad for you everyone
86:00
knew that cigarettes were addictive
86:02
everyone knew cigarettes cause clung
86:04
cancer for at least to last at that
86:06
point 3035 years and now it’s you know
86:08
50 something everyone knew that but you
86:12
know there weren’t enough people that
86:13
we’re gonna stick up for Philip Morris
86:14
and the other one the other one yep
86:22
remember the devout big tobacco no one
86:25
was gonna stick up for big tobacco and
86:27
so they stuck it to them and they’re
86:29
still paying off those ridiculous
86:30
settlements and okay great now it’s the
86:36
gun manufacturers right and then what
86:38
happens when it’s the fucking alcohol
86:43
companies or you know I got drunk okay
86:47
right why are you drinking like instead
86:51
of so let’s say you get you a head-on
86:55
collision drunk drunk driving head-on
86:57
collision you can now blame the alcohol
86:59
or the car and not the person driving it
87:05
the person who decided to join can drive
87:08
right and and and and harm someone ya
87:11
know it’s it’s it’s what’s happening and
87:13
what’s funny is what’s gonna happen as a
87:16
result of this this coupled with the era
87:19
of internet black markets
87:22
additionally coupled with the upcoming
87:25
we’re just in a you know infant stages
87:29
of 3d printing when you make it so that
87:32
there’s not a really good way for
87:34
companies to mass-produce anything
87:36
because they’ll be sued if it’s misused
87:38
by anyone everyone’s just going to be
87:42
illegally 3d printing everything so the
87:45
people who think this is gonna lead to
87:46
to gun control it’s it’s actually in the
87:49
long run gonna lead to the opposite it’s
87:51
gonna lead to a bunch of people you know
87:53
in their basements printing out whatever
87:55
the hell they want that they can get you
87:57
know schematics for which is everything
87:58
um because there’s already all sorts of
88:02
precedent that says that you can’t limit
88:05
the you can’t leave make illegal a
88:08
schematic of something a blueprint for
88:11
how to make something not what it is
88:13
and I mean you’re just gonna see people
88:17
making all this stuff themselves and and
88:20
you know making their own alcohol and
88:22
their own cigarettes in their own
88:24
whatever else and selling it online like
88:26
it’s gonna lead you know all the people
88:29
that will explain how if you ban
88:31
abortion people will just get abortions
88:33
and back alleys with coat hangers kids
88:36
seem fathom that that works for
88:37
everything else do right yeah Chris
88:40
Reynolds said this is a massive defit
88:42
massive decision with huge ramifications
88:44
and it’s like roe v– wade or Citizens
88:47
United level importance and he’s right
88:49
like the fact it’s also been um widely
88:53
underreported I I happen to catch it
88:55
just unlike a random last minute show
88:59
note kind of things and I would add it
89:02
but then that’s when everything was
89:04
breaking on me and I forgot to but yet
89:08
right now the Supreme Court said we’re
89:10
not going to hear this so that means
89:11
that it stays where it was which yes the
89:16
victim and they can move forward with
89:17
the lawsuit yeah
89:18
hope that loss goes down and go ahead
89:26
depending on where this lawsuit is
89:28
taking place will make a massive
89:33
difference on what happens like because
89:38
I think if it happens in Sandy Hook was
89:41
in Connecticut yeah yeah if they say if
89:45
this happens in Connecticut Remington’s
89:50
gonna be found responsible for what
89:52
somebody did yeah a person in a person
89:58
yeah a with a gun that complied with all
90:02
laws related to it so it could still
90:06
what my understanding is it could still
90:07
end up in the Supreme Court and and and
90:10
and that might be what they’re thinking
90:11
is we’re gonna let this get adjudicated
90:13
at the court level and then work its way
90:17
up and appeal either way it’s gonna get
90:19
appeal so if it gets ruled that it’s not
90:24
it it’s gonna get a peel all the way up
90:27
as far as it can if it’s ruled that they
90:30
are at fault it’s absolutely gonna get
90:32
appealed all the way up as far I can’t
90:35
like the people who think this is a good
90:37
idea are not really thinking about and
90:40
this is true in general when people
90:41
celebrate you know government getting
90:46
more power or the private market getting
90:51
less power individuals and and and and
90:54
and and you know companies and
90:55
manufacturers and so forth the private
90:57
sector which includes you getting less
91:00
power they’re not looking at the big
91:02
picture of what’s gonna happen there
91:03
slippery slope there is a fallacy to
91:06
that because but part of the fallacy is
91:08
that it’s gonna slip anyway but the
91:10
reality is when you give government
91:12
power they’re gonna keep taking that
91:14
power and they’re gonna use it they’re
91:16
gonna use that newfound power however
91:18
that well they won’t want so if you
91:20
think that’s not gonna end that it’s
91:22
only gonna end with you know stuff you
91:24
don’t like and they’re not gonna come
91:26
after you next
91:26
then you haven’t paid attention to the
91:29
entire history of government in every
91:31
country ever
91:32
right yeah that’s probably actually the
91:37
biggest news story of the week but
91:38
that’s a huge story actually yeah huge
91:41
story but really I mean there’s nothing
91:44
else do you really say about it other
91:46
than the ramifications for this are
91:50
immeasurable at this point that will
91:53
affect your life so much more than
91:58
anything related to Trump or the Ukraine
92:02
at all right like it those things will
92:05
not affect you this this both in how it
92:08
will relate to gun manufacturers and how
92:11
it will relate to everything else be
92:14
absolutely huge one way or the other
92:16
because hopefully the way it will be
92:18
huge is that this you know however long
92:21
it takes and appeals or whatever else
92:22
that this lawsuit gets defeated and that
92:25
that’s now on the books that you know
92:27
you can’t sue a manufacturer for making
92:29
something that someone you know abuses
92:31
or uses and in a bad because that’ll
92:34
work its way I’m and that’s car
92:35
manufacturers that’s alcohol companies
92:38
that’s a companies big femur if big
92:42
pharma well they’re already is doing
92:44
that with the the opioid companies that
92:45
you know they’ve been making all the all
92:47
these these darn pills and you know
92:50
letting them get prescribed to people um
92:53
the are selling them when doctors
92:55
prescribed them the the big one is gonna
92:59
be when food companies you know start
93:04
getting sued because you know processed
93:06
foods lead to higher rates of cancer
93:08
I mean it’s just yeah you’re gonna like
93:13
it the fast food industry getting sued
93:15
because you’re getting fat yeah cuz
93:18
you’re getting literally cuz you’re
93:19
getting fat like it’s gonna be it is
93:21
gonna be ugly and stupid and depending
93:26
on which side it is that’s you know
93:27
perceived to benefit from it they’ll be
93:31
cheering it on and then when it happens
93:32
to them they’ll be like this is
93:34
happening well that’s udemy in bidness
93:36
right though
93:37
enjoy yeah Chris Reynolds actually just
93:40
met messaged this last week there was a
93:43
local city council meeting up in
93:45
Clearwater
93:46
and they were considering to ban kratom
93:49
which for anybody who hasn’t been
93:52
watching our show a long time kratom is
93:53
kind of one of the reasons this show
93:54
exists mainly color but crimes a big
93:57
part of it but it’s something that the
94:00
DEA band and then reversed the band the
94:03
FDA has been trying to get it banned but
94:05
they haven’t been able to do it and the
94:09
eight-person City Council was
94:10
considering a ban on kratom eight people
94:13
were gonna tell the entire city
94:15
no they ended up not going through with
94:19
it because so many people showed up to
94:22
say no don’t do this and they were
94:24
afraid of losing reelection this is the
94:28
same City Council that
94:30
famously tried to ban a religion and
94:35
then that religion ended up taking over
94:38
the city so ironically if they ban to
94:42
crowd them giving their mr. B Clearwater
94:47
might become the center of kratom
94:49
production that’s already statement like
94:52
that’s already st. pete like we’re right
94:55
down my road and you were thinking about
94:57
doing this it makes no sense Chris
95:01
Reynolds has a counterpoint to our
95:03
arguments in the lawsuits allow people
95:04
to self-govern through juries they sure
95:14
right but but again self-government the
95:16
idea of self-government is self
95:19
government is I decide what I do um any
95:24
government is any any attempt of me to
95:27
impose my will on you is just their form
95:31
of the state or government how or
95:34
whatever words I try to use it’s a
95:37
voluntary thing and I’m making you
95:39
comply with it it’s just another form of
95:42
the state it may be coming directly from
95:44
me and may be a direct democracy the
95:47
direct action as opposed to you know you
95:50
know through a third party or something
95:52
like that but self government is me
95:54
choosing something for me and working
95:57
with others in a voluntary method to
95:59
choose
96:00
for ourselves um that’s my definition of
96:04
self-government outside of the state I
96:07
think lawsuits can be effective tools
96:10
when you’re using them for example to
96:12
sue for your civil rights against the
96:14
state you’re using the apparatus of the
96:16
state that it allows you to sue to stop
96:21
them from harming it um but when you’re
96:24
going after a private manufacturer for
96:27
the fact that just even a private entity
96:31
for the fact that someone used a product
96:34
they made to harm to do something bad
96:38
something that it was not intended to do
96:40
something to harm others what you’re
96:43
effectively doing is an end-run it’s
96:45
just another way of legislating
96:47
something right you’re just so is it is
96:49
itself in that it’s the individual
96:51
individual people doing it yeah but if
96:53
you think that I mean if anyone thinks
96:54
that the Sandy Hook family isn’t getting
96:56
powerful backing from powerful people in
96:58
office that want gun control to happen
97:00
sooner than later then I mean you you
97:03
don’t think Michael Bloomberg and other
97:04
people like that are gonna are gonna be
97:06
instrumental that the the government
97:10
sanctioned and and and sponsored major
97:13
media isn’t gonna you know you know
97:15
promote this as much as they can when it
97:17
starts to really ramp up I yeah III I
97:22
see what you’re saying and and again I
97:25
like the the system of tort or the
97:28
system of lawsuits in general when it’s
97:32
used for people to to appeal for their
97:34
own rights and property from the state
97:36
um it’s really a form of direct action
97:39
that isn’t violent but III think applied
97:43
like this it’s just another way for the
97:45
government to control you in a
97:46
roundabout way yeah
97:53
I was speaking of no segue none that’s
98:00
not speaking of a dead family a Mormon
98:08
community in La Mora Mexico speaking of
98:17
gun violence yep was rocked by the
98:20
slaying of six children and their three
98:22
moms this past week Mexican authorities
98:27
claimed that the cartel who committed
98:30
this heinous act mistook them for a
98:33
rival gang yep that is the official
98:39
statement from the Mexican government
98:41
the three Mormon mothers and their six
98:44
kid – two of which were eight month-old
98:46
twins or was mistook for rival gang
98:48
members and they ended up dying in a
98:52
fiery car explosion how do you mistake
99:02
Mormons six of whom were children two of
99:05
whom are newborns as a rival brain
99:08
Mexican gang it’s a Mexican cartel yep
99:17
that is some bad vision that is some
99:19
really bad vision that is some Bernie
99:22
Sanders 20/20 vision
99:23
I am surprised that they were able to
99:26
hit them but their aim if they if their
99:31
vision takeaway that they got the
99:35
takeaway from looking at them that yep
99:36
this is definitely a rival gang and not
99:39
a deeply religious family of mostly
99:43
children so what were they American yeah
99:48
they were American they were they were
99:50
actually getting ready to go back to the
99:52
States
99:53
one was on her way to Montana to meet up
99:55
with her husband one was on her way to
99:57
somewhere else to meet up with her
99:59
partner and and the
100:00
was going to be going back to the
100:03
community to the community in Mexico
100:07
somebody just told me I was cute thanks
100:09
Dylan but yeah they they were just on
100:15
their way to go drop these people off to
100:17
their respective places and they were
100:20
mistaken for a rival Mexican cartel
100:25
because Mormons as we know really seem
100:30
to fit the stereotypical cartel look
100:33
Mexican cartel your average white Mormon
100:37
if you see a white Mormon walking down
100:40
the street your first thought is I’m
100:42
about to be harmed by a Mexican drug
100:44
cartel yep I uh yeah so that’s that’s
100:49
the thing good after that’s definitely a
100:51
thing so you imagine metro to meet it
100:54
about this right
100:55
imagine Mitt Romney yes being money
100:59
being mistaken for a Mexican cartel
101:04
member that is what mr. Romney Mitt
101:08
Romney known chose oh that’s funny
101:16
yeah the the all-powerful President
101:22
Trump tweeted out if Mexico needs to
101:24
request help cleaning out in these
101:26
monsters the United States stands ready
101:27
willing and able to get involved and do
101:30
the job quickly and effectively this is
101:32
the time to wage war all capsule on the
101:37
drug cartels and wipe them off the face
101:39
of the earth now like the Taliban like
101:45
the Taliban like al-qaeda and immediate
101:47
causes like all of the places we have
101:53
been waging war for the last 50 years 60
101:55
years 70 years and I’m gonna wipe these
102:00
white okay he just said wipe them I was
102:03
going to use the same pejorative but he
102:05
didn’t use one to wipe these people off
102:07
the face of the earth and yet that’s not
102:10
what’s happening the easy no turns out
102:13
that
102:14
yeah the easiest fastest easiest fastest
102:17
and most effective way to wipe out a
102:19
drug cartel is to cut off their line of
102:23
money right so the little history lesson
102:29
guys if you really want to ever make
102:32
your grandparents upset
102:33
ask them about prohibition and they’ll
102:36
tell you a story about time that the
102:38
government overreacted to people getting
102:41
intoxicated in her harming each other by
102:43
banning an entire substance and that
102:46
instead of everyone stopping using that
102:48
substance they instead got it illegally
102:51
and so powerful cartel that smuggled the
102:56
substance they were going around the
102:58
country and selling it became incredibly
103:01
powerful the use of this substance went
103:04
through the roof yep crime overall went
103:07
through the roof yep murder rates went
103:09
through the roof yep and then something
103:13
real magical happen the people and that
103:17
government said hmm this isn’t working
103:20
let’s just make it legal again but put
103:22
some some some let the stage regulate it
103:25
and so they banned it or they they
103:29
repealed the ban by the constitutional
103:32
amendment it was and well they what they
103:36
repealed the constitutional amendment
103:37
banning it yes so they added a new
103:41
constitutional amendment banning old
103:43
constitutional nullifying the old
103:45
constitutional right and something magic
103:49
happened all those cartels dried up and
103:51
went away some of them went legit some
103:53
of them just withered on the vine some
103:56
of them got into doing something else
103:58
that was illegal gambling or
104:00
prostitution or other types of drugs but
104:04
they lost their main source of revenue
104:05
the crime rate dropped the use of this
104:08
specific substance in this case alcohol
104:10
dropped and everyone was happier do you
104:15
have them tell them tell you that story
104:16
and go wow that sounds like when they
104:18
banned alcohol it made it worse and
104:20
they’ll say yes and then you could say
104:22
why don’t we do that with all the other
104:23
drugs too and you didn’t watch something
104:25
weird happen inside the brain
104:27
well they get really mad at you a
104:29
threaten to punch you at Thanksgiving
104:30
like they did to Matt which oddly enough
104:34
that may have happened that during a
104:37
Prohibition conversation at one point to
104:39
with a different family member
104:41
probably so yep but yeah shortly after
104:46
they repealed prohibition and they said
104:49
you know what
104:50
you can drink again states can decide
104:51
how whether or not you you as a specific
104:55
individual are allowed to drink basing
104:57
on age or amount of alcohol or whether
105:00
you’re in Congress Sunday whatever the
105:06
government then when well let’s get weed
105:08
let’s get rid of weed and so they banned
105:11
we don’t shortly after they were like
105:13
okay well they have their alcohol back
105:15
let’s get rid of wheat and then
105:17
everything else started getting banned
105:19
after that and much like with alcohol
105:24
the rates of people using this continue
105:27
to go up and up and up which means there
105:31
needs to be a supply the supply has been
105:33
given to us at one point in my life
105:37
thankfully so from Mexican cartels
105:40
because god bless them for getting me
105:42
through my 20s the easy way to end
105:48
Mexican cartels and Mexican cartel
105:50
violence is to legalize or decriminalize
105:54
all of the drugs and then they’ll be
105:59
made safer they’ll be made here there’ll
106:04
be competition legitimate competition
106:08
where people will continue to try to
106:10
make a better safer product because they
106:12
want you coming back to use their
106:14
product and prices will go down right
106:18
and for anybody out there and I’m
106:20
looking at one specific person who’s
106:22
watching the show right now prices will
106:25
go down from the exorbitant amount of
106:29
cost that you already spend on cocaine
106:33
so and here’s what you know
106:38
and Mexican government who at this point
106:40
is facing cartels that are basically as
106:43
powerful as them New Mexican men it is
106:46
on in I think your – of a five-year plan
106:49
to decriminalize all drugs and they are
106:52
begging the US and Canada to join them
106:55
in doing this and decriminalizing
106:57
legalizing whatever ending the
106:59
prohibition on these drugs because they
107:01
recognize that it hasn’t worked other
107:04
than to make cartels incredibly powerful
107:07
and removing that will completely
107:11
shrivel up the power and money that
107:13
these cartels are getting they’ll have
107:15
to go legit or the wither on the vine
107:16
and die or they’ll get into some lesser
107:19
thing that will make them far less money
107:20
they’ll lose the power that they have
107:22
and and and and things will be some
107:25
things will be better for these poor
107:28
people and these war-torn it parts of
107:29
especially in northern Mexico but really
107:32
throughout Mexico at this point and and
107:34
in some of the border cities in the
107:35
States
107:35
I mean it’s just really really bad and
107:37
there’s no good reason for it um and and
107:40
I mean obviously this can be applied to
107:42
to other stuff as well but ending that
107:44
war drugs would be huge and by the way
107:48
for those who think the government gives
107:50
a crap about you or your safety or your
107:52
health the government sponsors drug
107:56
cartels in Mexico and elsewhere right to
108:01
go against the government-sponsored
108:02
cartels that are sponsored by other
108:04
governments and they use them as like a
108:06
proxy war to create money and revenue
108:10
colleges agencies for clandestine
108:13
operations that they don’t want to have
108:14
to request congressional funding for if
108:17
they gave a crap about you they wouldn’t
108:19
be doing that it’s all about control it
108:20
has nothing to do with your health or
108:22
anything else it’s about controlling you
108:24
the US military is currently in
108:26
Afghanistan right now protecting the
108:28
field the Taliban the reason that the
108:32
opioid epidemic happened started in the
108:35
place because the price of opioids is at
108:37
an all-time low oh because the main
108:40
poppy source of poppies is in
108:42
Afghanistan during the time of the
108:43
Taliban the Taliban who is incredibly
108:45
religious and you know that kind stuff
108:47
is not allowed they destroyed all but a
108:49
few of the pot and they pretty much
108:51
ended the poppy tree
108:52
in Afghanistan which made the price of
108:53
all narcotic hair opioid opium based
108:57
drugs go way up
108:58
military topples the Taliban or takes
109:01
them out of power and it’s now the u.s.
109:03
army your best your your loved ones are
109:06
being sent overseas to protect poppy
109:08
fields it can be brought over here by
109:11
CIA sponsored drug cartels so that your
109:16
loved ones can get sick and die from it
109:17
when they come back as wounded veterans
109:19
with PTSD so they don’t care about you
109:23
they care about controlling you if you
109:25
truly want to see things get better you
109:27
do a uh you you end the war on drugs and
109:31
if you really want to fight you know
109:34
spend government money to fight the drug
109:36
epidemic do a Portugal did instead of
109:39
locking people up for their entire lives
109:41
get them help yeah or you could do with
109:44
your own money
109:45
get them help in in Portugal if you get
109:49
arrested if you get arrested for
109:51
possession cuz they’ll still bring you
109:54
in yeah they’ll bring you in and they go
109:57
do you plan on quitting and you say no
110:00
they go ok and they just release you and
110:02
they take your drugs so if you say yes I
110:05
want help they will put you in a program
110:08
now I’m not a big fan of
110:11
government-sponsored programs but that’s
110:12
still better than throwing them in
110:14
prison that is not shit it’s better it’s
110:19
actually much more effective not the
110:22
private sector doing it would be even
110:24
more effective but that’s a whole other
110:25
subject government action to stop drug
110:28
addiction should look like the
110:31
government actually trying to stop drug
110:33
addiction not throwing Bullington
110:35
because now they’ll be don’t be drugged
110:38
up in prison and if and when they ever
110:40
get out now they’re a junkie who’s been
110:42
in prison for most of their life so it
110:44
comes out to a world that doesn’t even
110:45
look what they went in what it looked
110:47
like when they went in 15 30 40 years
110:49
ago they’re completely unable to adjust
110:52
to that life and often they they commit
110:54
crimes because they don’t know how to do
110:55
anything else and half of them want to
110:57
just go back to prison because they
110:59
don’t even know what the real world is
111:00
like that doesn’t help anyone if you
111:02
don’t run actually wanted to help people
111:04
if you wanted tax dollars
111:05
be used to stop the drug epidemic put
111:09
them in rehab like get them help right
111:13
or better yet just let them do what they
111:16
want and if if they want to get help
111:19
stop robbing them so that they can
111:21
afford to get help or so that someone
111:23
else can afford to help them but at the
111:25
very least I would much prefer the
111:27
government putting a bunch of people in
111:29
reap if to be asked for it then for them
111:33
to you know keep you know filling up
111:35
these prisons endlessly with with
111:37
junkies and and and people who are you
111:39
know are you know a lot of drug dealers
111:41
when we when we hear about drug dealers
111:42
we get this vision in our head of these
111:44
drug kingpins who are you know out
111:47
crushing their competition where most
111:49
drug dealer that are in jail are people
111:52
who had a drug habit and would buy
111:55
enough to sell some of it so that they
111:57
could afford their own drug habit so
112:00
really they’re arresting people for
112:04
being addicted to drugs right and
112:05
putting them in prison for the rest of
112:07
their lives because they care so much
112:08
about them so you want to end the drug
112:12
cartels you want to end the the or at
112:14
least reduce because there’s always
112:15
gonna be people that are gonna have
112:17
addiction problems but you want to
112:19
reduce these problems and get rid of the
112:22
drug cartels in the process
112:24
decriminalized the drugs legalize the
112:26
drugs let people do what they want with
112:27
their bodies yeah and same thing with
112:29
this x-ray and Joe Jorgensen jorgens
112:33
then a lot of people a lot of people
112:36
will argue like if you start arguing why
112:38
drugs should be legal they’ll say well I
112:39
don’t think that children should be able
112:41
to just walk into 7-eleven and buy meth
112:44
okay well when you’re giving a meth
112:46
anyway by this point because seriously
112:48
your kids probably on Ritalin or
112:50
something so you’ve already problem with
112:53
that but on the other side of it
112:55
everybody that is going to go to
112:57
7-eleven to buy meth is going somewhere
113:00
else to buy meth right now right
113:03
including your kids including your kids
113:05
there isn’t a single person out there
113:07
who’s like well this is legal let’s give
113:09
it a shot instead they’re going mad meth
113:14
heroin
113:16
oh well heroin I can pick heroin up at
113:18
CVS let me just go
113:19
pick that up cuz I heard that’s a rockin
113:22
good time and yeah it is but I don’t
113:25
recommend it to people right sex dolls
113:33
in at least most states there is nothing
113:37
banning 7-eleven from selling sex dolls
113:42
do you know why they’re not selling sex
113:44
dolls it’s not because they wouldn’t
113:46
make a bunch of money selling sex dolls
113:47
it’s because most people would say I’m
113:49
not going to that 7-eleven they sell sex
113:52
dolls and I don’t want anyone to think
113:55
that I’m going in there and buying sex
113:59
dolls when 7-eleven sell weed
114:01
probably probably what they sell
114:03
wouldn’t want a lot of them sell weed if
114:05
they could yeah sure probably probably
114:07
would and stuff not but are they gonna
114:11
sell heroin no if they if some of them
114:18
did it who cares and there are they
114:21
gonna sell heroin to kids knowingly Pro
114:24
we live in an era go ahead I was gonna
114:28
say probably not no they are they are
114:30
much less likely to sell a heroin to
114:33
kids than the local street dealer who’s
114:36
like spike said trying to sell to
114:39
support his own habit he’ll sell it to a
114:42
kid right because he’s trying to support
114:44
his own hat 7-eleven has been selling
114:47
beer to support their habits for years
114:50
they don’t need to throw the heroin on
114:52
exactly yeah listen if we live in an era
115:01
we live in a society we live in an era
115:04
where businesses get shut down because
115:07
it’s perceived that they did something
115:10
racist to a customer and that gets put
115:12
on Twitter and whether it was actually
115:14
racist or not what they did if there’s
115:16
enough public outcry that a lot of them
115:18
Europe authorize or fire the person
115:20
involved or go out of business or
115:22
whatever okay we had a guy who’s you
115:25
know a dental practice ended cuz he
115:28
killed a lion in Zimbabwe so if you
115:31
think in that era
115:33
of canceled culture that 7-eleven is
115:37
going to be selling your eight-year-old
115:38
heroin the other night mom they’re not
115:43
they’re not every parent on earth
115:45
wouldn’t rest until that doesn’t that
115:47
your company was was changed their
115:48
practice that’s not going apt and is
115:52
gonna happen is go ahead and odds are
115:55
when you take your child to the doctor
115:57
for whatever malady they happen to have
116:00
they’re gonna prescribe um the medically
116:02
approved alternative that is meth or
116:04
heroin that is meth anyway ritalin is
116:07
literally meth it’s just the dosage
116:10
amount that you’re taking if you took
116:12
that whole bar you die but if you took
116:13
you know five days of your Ritalin it
116:18
would be like you know it’s smoking a
116:20
bunch of meth here’s the thing
116:22
supposedly if your kid does well on
116:25
ritalin then they’d have the same effect
116:28
on meth now that’s fun you to get meth
116:30
for your it is it’s not dosed right and
116:33
you know they’re making it in terror
116:34
toxic condition they’re compelled meth
116:37
is bad but here’s the thing your kids
116:42
not gonna be buying heroin from the
116:43
store or meth from the store they might
116:46
where they are likely to get it from now
116:48
or then is from some junkie who’s trying
116:51
to support their own habit and you’re
116:52
gonna have fewer junkies out there if
116:54
instead of locking them up every time
116:57
you find one using you actually get them
116:59
help
117:00
so the whole addict culture can be
117:03
fought against you know dude opium dens
117:07
everywhere and and and and eventually
117:11
you know people moved on to stuff that
117:12
wasn’t as deadly is or most of the cases
117:14
wasn’t as deadly as opium but for a long
117:17
time you had people like entire cities
117:19
full of people and opium dens like I
117:21
mean you can break you can break cult
117:25
addiction culture by fighting the the
117:28
root causes which are often related to
117:30
mental health issues that caused those
117:33
addictions in the first place not by
117:35
locking up millions of people the u.s.
117:37
at the largest both biker and its in the
117:41
population and just sheer number of
117:43
people the u.s. has something like a
117:45
third of the world
117:47
in population and that’s down from its
117:50
all-time high we have less than 5% of
117:52
the world’s population and nearly 1/3 of
117:54
its prison population we have more
117:56
people in prison than China which is a
117:58
communist dictatorship of 1.4 billion
118:02
people if this works have the lowest
118:07
crime rates on earth which we do not
118:10
we’d have the lowest rates of addiction
118:12
on earth which we do not and we’d have
118:15
the lowest rates of you know property
118:17
crime and and and every and drug use and
118:20
everything else on earth which we do not
118:22
so it’s not working let’s do the other
118:25
thing Michael Ritz wants to know how do
118:28
we force people to get help without
118:30
government compulsion is you don’t force
118:32
people to get help well you don’t but
118:35
they I have never in my and I I know
118:39
hundreds upon hundreds of people who
118:42
have had addiction problems or still
118:45
have addiction problems I guess
118:46
technically we all still have them but
118:48
right people who have either overcome
118:52
whatever they’ve been addicted to and
118:54
they still struggle with it but they’re
118:55
not using or people who still have it
118:58
there is not a single one of them that I
119:00
know that hasn’t at some point said I
119:01
need help
119:02
yeah and they want the help it’s just
119:05
whether or not they can get the help
119:07
yeah you’re talking to two people who
119:10
for various reasons that at various
119:12
times in our lives chose to stop it did
119:17
not take government compulsion to get us
119:18
to do it we had the means and the
119:22
support to do so and so we did and I’m
119:26
Matt you’re going on how many years now
119:28
just past five just past five years and
119:31
I’m coming either
119:33
I forget Mike okay boy it’s like 13
119:36
years now so first of all you don’t need
119:40
government compulsion for a lot of us
119:42
and and a lot lakyn that said there were
119:46
very junkies who were like yeah this is
119:48
great I’m just gonna do this to the end
119:50
most most addicts want help it’s a
119:54
combination of fear of the withdrawals
119:57
which they’ve often had withdrawals just
120:00
from times that
120:00
they were even trying to get the drugs
120:02
and just didn’t get it in time so fear
120:04
of that the fact that even when they go
120:06
through all of that they get sober they
120:08
don’t have a lot of support because you
120:10
know people when their lives have kind
120:12
of you know written them off because of
120:13
the stuff they did when they were
120:14
addicts so now they’re just sort of by
120:16
themselves and sober and dealing with
120:18
that um and the fact that social circles
120:22
are still very heavily in addiction and
120:25
enabling of addiction all those things
120:27
that government compulsion does not fix
120:29
so I think again you do so much more of
120:34
Education and giving people help again
120:36
we don’t like government programs of any
120:39
kind if someone yes tomorrow said let’s
120:42
end the war on drugs and replace it with
120:45
universal universal rehab for anyone who
120:50
wants it i yes easily is that my
120:54
preferred solution no would I take that
120:56
in a freaking heart be absolutely that’s
121:00
gonna do far better in in stopping
121:03
addiction not just on the individual
121:05
level but on a community level way more
121:08
than what they’ve been doing now and the
121:10
proof of that is in places like Portugal
121:12
and Spain who have who have realized the
121:14
error of their ways and have tried the
121:16
other way and seen actual real market
121:19
reductions in in drug use and and
121:22
violence and people like people have
121:24
asked because I’d talk about this a lot
121:28
is one of my favorite subjects to talk
121:30
about people ask they’re like yeah but
121:33
people on drugs they what if somebody on
121:35
drugs goes out and they get into a car
121:38
accident or robbed somebody or something
121:40
like that they’ve committed a crime
121:42
right they have committed a crime if now
121:45
they have committed a crime you can
121:47
charge them and throw them in jail for
121:49
committing the crime not for them being
121:51
on the drugs and the fact that they
121:54
chose and if they argue that the drugs
121:57
made them do it it’s like well you chose
121:58
to use the drugs you committed the crime
121:59
was to use the drugs exactly exactly we
122:02
don’t charge so if someone you know eats
122:05
too much you know each much candy that
122:08
they’re on a freaking you know candy
122:10
bender
122:10
and you know they get in an argument
122:12
with someone and beat them up or
122:13
something like that
122:14
you don’t charge them for eating too
122:15
much candy you charge them for assault
122:18
right so yes if someone’s on drugs and
122:21
does these things yeah it’s really you
122:24
know they they you know drive caused an
122:26
accident they you know robbed someone
122:29
whatever yeah of course those those are
122:31
actual crimes you’ve actually um robbed
122:36
someone of their life their their
122:38
well-being their safety their rights or
122:41
their property um that’s not oh it’s
122:45
it’s pre-crime charging don’t want drugs
122:48
because they might do something else or
122:51
they’re more likely to do something else
122:52
is pre-crime that’s the that’s the whole
122:55
argument of you shouldn’t have a gun
122:56
because you could use it to you know
122:58
commit a mass shooting or something
123:01
pre-crime yes that gun is for shooting
123:04
people no I haven’t actually used it to
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murder anyone no my intention is not to
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use it for anything other than
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self-defense or you know target shooting
123:13
or whatever and and and charging me for
123:15
the possession of something that I could
123:17
potentially use same thing with this
123:19
like Remington lawsuit thing you know
123:21
going after me because I could
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potentially do something with this is a
123:25
terrible slope and it leads to you know
123:29
again if someone if someone using drugs
123:32
being more likely to do something bad
123:34
means that the drug should be illegal
123:35
then a bunch of other stuff that’s legal
123:38
that all of us do that it might make us
123:40
more likely to do something that should
123:42
also be illegal and it shouldn’t charge
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people when they actually do something
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wrong right am I still here yeah yeah
123:54
okay um you just had a great point so I
123:57
was letting it sink in for everybody
123:58
yeah whatever it let that sink in for a
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minute America Kym libertarian 2020
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presidential candidate Kim roughs asked
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if you’re literally l’ainte and lying
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down on this one and yes Kim he is he is
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literally lying down I’m just literally
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lying down hi America
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this uh I ever ran for anything this
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video will be a lot full of a lot of
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blackmail worthy screenshots
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and I accept that I was less or more
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sexy when I was holding the pillow you
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was I didn’t feel more sexy you were
124:36
like it should be more such it wasn’t it
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was so much worse
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what is this worse oh Marik
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I wish pillow yeah I know that’s worse
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uh so uh to close out let’s travel over
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to the Far East oh well – to our
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favorite bastion of freedom in the Far
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East Hong Kong oh god what happened
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there oh yeah yeah
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so yesterday I believe this was
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yesterday yesterday yeah yeah put that
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in the notes good for me the notes that
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I wrote yesterday I wrote yesterday
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because I was like remember this
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remember this was yesterday
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a protester was shot by a police officer
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during a demonstration yesterday we have
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the picture which is a screen grab from
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a video of the event up right now and
125:40
that is of the police officer literally
125:43
shooting the protester point-blank this
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was done during a roadblock protest
125:56
police had shown up to disperse the
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crowds the the protester was standing on
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the sidewalk and he was staring at the
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police officer not willing to move and
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the cop shot him the people who were
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being blocked got out of their cars and
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started yelling at the cop and calling
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him a murderer
126:17
oh the crowd was then sprayed with
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pepper spray to try to get them to
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disperse things in Hong Kong not really
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yeah lessening even a little bit right
126:33
now on the other side of this spectrum
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because we know that with every great
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movement there’s
126:41
be bad people right on the other side of
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this spectrum a middle-aged man
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reprimanded a group of protesters he
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accused them of lacking patriotism for
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the motherland the protesters set him on
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fire
127:02
this situation is reaching just like
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mass I can’t think of the right word
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right now
127:14
but it’s becoming malignant like it’s
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moving past they already got for the
127:21
most part what they wanted initially was
127:23
which was for that extradition to being
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removed and not be voted on and then I
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don’t think they got they had some other
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demands like the protesters that have
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been arrested to be freed and and it’s
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removed and for there to be some kind of
127:43
accountability oversight for police and
127:45
stuff like that um but their original
127:47
thing that they were marching about they
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won and they’re just getting more and
127:51
more I don’t think anything short of
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some kind of a if not a violent
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revolution at least an electoral
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revolution where you know the government
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the Hong Kong government becomes very
128:07
anti Beijing and very anti communist I
128:12
don’t think anything’s gonna make them
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happy at this point no if they’re
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setting people on fire cops cops are
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killing protesters in the street and
128:22
protesters are killing people who are
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faithful to mainland China right so
128:29
what’s yeah there’s no this is this is
128:32
gonna get so much worse yeah sorry go
128:38
ahead
128:38
China may pull the military on their own
128:43
City which would be crazy it’s going to
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be very
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so and also you need to understand so
128:56
we’re used to violent protests America
128:58
like where our place that has violent
129:00
protests um and even here it is uncommon
129:06
for a for example someone against the
129:09
protesters to be set on fire or for you
129:15
know a cop to just shoot someone at
129:17
point-blank range for refusing to move
129:21
and in a place like Hong Kong or Japan
129:25
or you know most of the Far East most of
129:28
the the so-called Orient that’s not what
129:32
they’re like their protests tend to be a
129:35
lot more muted they had already reached
129:38
a high level of escalation just by like
129:40
the fact that they were fighting coughs
129:42
with umbrellas and stuff like that that
129:44
was way more than they usually do this
129:47
is on a different like it’s ratcheting
129:51
up on both with the covered the Hong
129:53
Kong government and the protesters
129:55
mm-hmm and um that’s not gonna
129:58
de-escalate on its own I see one of two
130:03
things happening either there is a and I
130:04
don’t know what their electorate
130:06
election timeline is like or whatever
130:08
either there’s gonna be a huge electoral
130:10
change that makes the protesters largely
130:14
happy I guess one of three things um
130:20
either a large electoral change that
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makes them happy
130:24
um the Chinese government moving in
130:27
because once they move in this is all
130:29
over like though the they’ll bring in a
130:32
level of force that you know even the
130:35
craftiest people with you know III don’t
130:38
see them being able to continue staging
130:41
what they’re staging with with the
130:42
Chinese government you know military
130:44
moving in like that or a violent
130:48
revolution which I don’t they don’t have
130:51
the guns for a violent revolution so it
130:53
would have to be like you know almost
130:55
like a coup situation where that where
130:57
the Chinese please turn on the
131:01
government in favor of the protesters
131:03
which I don’t see happening or some kind
131:05
of like
131:06
Planet of the Apes scenario where the
131:08
protesters pounce upon the police and
131:10
take their guns or something like and I
131:12
don’t see that so I think the most
131:14
likely scenarios are either a you know
131:16
an electoral revolution quote-unquote
131:19
that makes the protesters happy or the
131:21
Chinese military moving in and
131:23
squatching this thing either one of
131:24
those I mean I guess the first one is
131:26
preferable the second but either one of
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those are going to be ugly for a lot of
131:29
people right or Hong Kong getting
131:33
sovereignty or autonomy yeah I mean
131:39
again that’s so Hong Kong is something
131:45
like I think I want to say 11 or 12
131:50
percent of China’s total gross like
131:52
economic output it is Hong Kong like
131:57
it’s double I’m pretty sure it’s double
131:59
digits big if they like to put it that
132:02
way and so I don’t see that happening oh
132:07
I don’t see I don’t I see if that were
132:11
even proposed China moving in with the
132:13
military and I and I don’t see I don’t
132:16
see the US government stepping in to try
132:19
to fight that and I don’t see anyone
132:21
else having the ability to fight that so
132:24
I mean could it happen yeah I think it
132:27
would get squashed pretty quickly I
132:28
think the most likely scenarios are the
132:30
Chinese government pulling a Tiananmen
132:32
Square on all of Hong Kong which will be
132:36
incredibly ugly more and this one will
132:41
be incredibly televised yeah yeah it
132:44
won’t yeah unlike the previous one
132:46
everyone will see what the Chinese
132:47
government’s doing and it will it will
132:50
cause tremendous amount of backlash on
132:52
their government which everyone will
132:54
immediately forget as soon as it’s over
132:55
and move on to whatever the next outrage
132:58
is it’s probably something related um so
133:02
yeah I mean it’s and it’s actually a
133:05
Chinese saying we’re in for interesting
133:07
times so so yeah and if the protesters
133:13
take over at this point I mean if
133:15
they’re setting people on fire that’s
133:17
gonna be that’s gonna have a level of
133:19
ugliness to it
133:20
because there’s definitely gonna be some
133:21
recriminations there so which is gonna
133:23
be immune this is bad blood stuff all
133:25
around I don’t think there’s a happy
133:28
scenario at this point no I definitely
133:31
don’t think there’s a happy scenario
133:32
coming out of this I’m scared you got
133:44
anything else America I wish you could
133:46
he hold me well I’m just cuz I’m scared
133:49
with China
133:51
this really isn’t sexy it feels like it
133:54
should be sexy and then when I do it I’m
133:56
like this is terrible
133:57
no it looks like you don’t feel well
134:03
it’s so comfortable but looks like like
134:07
a like an upset stomach and you’re like
134:09
just holding a pillow up against it for
134:11
comfort no wait tell me I can’t go to
134:16
school tomorrow so we’ve got a couple of
134:20
questions uh okay camera first of all
134:23
said Hong Kong was promised sovereignty
134:25
and autonomy by China and China has
134:28
blessed Hong Kong was promised
134:30
sovereignty and autonomy by China and
134:32
China has been systematically
134:34
disregarding it and then that’s true
134:38
yeah no they were promised autonomy I
134:40
think that you meant like independent
134:42
being their own country yeah all right
134:45
yeah like independence yeah yeah but no
134:47
they were the whole you know there were
134:49
all sorts of anxieties in in you know
134:51
2000 or 99 or whatever year was when
134:53
they went from British control de to
134:55
China and China was like oh no we’re
134:57
gonna let you do your thing that’s not
135:00
what’s happening right Chris Reynolds
135:03
says US population really doesn’t care
135:05
about China like they should know and
135:08
kim ruff libertarian presidential
135:11
candidate 2020 camera asks do you think
135:15
given its size and relative strength or
135:17
lack thereof compared to China Hong Kong
135:19
would need an assist from other nations
135:22
oh if they if they wanted to be
135:28
independent yes yeah that’s what
135:32
meaning and yeah yeah and not just other
135:36
nation and it would have to be the u.s.
135:40
because there’s not any other country
135:43
that could project military force
135:46
there’s no other women that can project
135:48
military force sufficient to keep China
135:55
at bay within China because I mean Hong
135:59
Kong is not like Taiwan where it’s like
136:01
some island awfully it’s it’s it’s you
136:03
know it’s part it like it’s it’s part of
136:06
China so I mean I know it’s an island or
136:10
over but it’s not like some far-flung
136:11
territory right it’s not like oh my
136:13
question go ahead it’s not like Hawaii
136:19
where it’s right right right it’s not
136:22
even like Taiwan like it’s it’s truly
136:25
like right there right and I question
136:27
whether the US military could even
136:29
really effectively keep the Chinese
136:30
military or why they’d even want to I
136:36
mean you know I
136:37
yeah I think they need help and they
136:39
wouldn’t get it I know why they’d want
136:43
to so many of that so much a wall street
136:48
goes through Hong Kong like they they
136:50
would want to protect that right but if
136:53
you weigh that against the the cost of
136:56
doing that and the impact on trade with
137:00
the rest of China and the reality of
137:03
turning into a nuclear hot war I mean
137:07
there’s just not a I can see the CIA
137:11
helping you know anti-communist groups
137:15
within the Hong Kong and China and even
137:18
that they’re gonna do they’re gonna
137:20
tread carefully on that because you know
137:22
China is our largest trading partner so
137:27
to answer your question Kim yes they
137:31
would absolutely need help and when they
137:33
get it in in a way that’s sufficient for
137:35
them to become independent no and I
137:40
think if they could you would have
137:42
already seen Taiwan go independent years
137:45
ago
137:46
so no I I don’t I don’t see that
137:48
happening I see if there’s any path
137:51
towards Hong Kong being free it can you
137:57
through black and gray markets and
137:59
crypto and 3d printing and you know
138:02
arizim and and you know just you know
138:05
becoming free by virtue of being
138:07
uncomfortable um same as here or
138:10
anywhere else I even with the electoral
138:15
process these protesters aren’t calling
138:17
for you know they’re calling for Liberty
138:19
to the extent of you know
138:22
self-government
138:23
you know independence or autonomy but
138:25
they’re they’re democratic protest or
138:27
not so I really see getting really ugly
138:35
yeah I see China doing to Hong Kong’s
138:38
what I’m doing with this pillow but in a
138:41
way that’s I was gonna say I don’t think
138:43
that’s annexed that’s nowhere near the
138:45
same thing well I mean like Hong Kong I
138:58
so spike centum tomorrow guys is that
139:05
what you were gonna ask that was what I
139:06
was gonna ask you yeah
139:07
well perfect so tomorrow night guys and
139:10
Matt I’m having on Dan taxation is theft
139:13
berman he’s gonna be my guest and we’re
139:17
gonna talk about his presidential
139:18
campaign for president he’s running to
139:21
be the libertarian nominee to be these
139:25
the next president of these United
139:26
States we’re gonna talk about I presume
139:31
traveling without licenses that’s I’m
139:34
gonna um we’re gonna talk about his
139:37
blasphemy against Waffle House and the
139:39
Waffle House caucus which he desperately
139:42
needs I mean if you want to win the
139:45
nomination don’t piss off the Waffle
139:48
House caucus all the other presidential
139:50
candidates are members okay
139:52
so except for Joe Jorgenson and Jacob
139:57
Hornberger Oh
139:59
the others yes well I I added them so
140:08
yes okay and I only did um no I did add
140:14
Jacob Forbes yeah no I had a baker for
140:16
work so only Joe Jorgensen and only
140:18
because she’s not on Facebook that add
140:21
her to and asked her about sex work say
140:26
hey Joe what do you think about sex
140:27
workers working at Waffle House so he’s
140:32
gonna be my guest tomorrow night and
140:34
then and and then the following week I
140:40
believe fingers crossed if we can get
140:44
everyone’s schedules worked out I’m
140:48
gonna be hosting Masters of debate –
140:52
this will be a debate from the
140:55
libertarian National Convention chair
140:59
cannabis that Joshua Smith Todd a
141:03
Hagopian hack a peon I think it’s a go
141:06
of Ian and Mike Shipley um we reached
141:11
out to Nick spark the current chair who
141:15
told me that he has not decided if he’s
141:18
running for re-election yet um I told
141:21
him if he decided between now and next
141:24
Thursday or next week to let me know and
141:27
we’ll put him on – otherwise it’s gonna
141:28
be the three that have declared that
141:30
they’re running for election this time
141:32
around and we’ll be debating that so we
141:37
will see if we’re trying to make
141:39
everyone’s schedules work it’ll either
141:40
be this your next but probably or it’ll
141:44
either be next week or the week after
141:45
but we’ll see and then tune in next week
141:49
a day from today a week late Tuesday the
141:55
18th right at 19 yeah we’ll say that for
142:05
right now the 19th 2019 the 19th Tuesday
142:10
to the 19th for another episode of the
142:12
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142:13
that I will be streaming because that’s
142:16
the only way it’s gonna happen cuz I
142:18
don’t think Matt’s ever gonna stream the
142:19
show I mean I will just don’t want to I
142:25
just really don’t want to after today
142:27
hey fun fact for everybody out there
142:30
yesterday yesterday was the two-year
142:36
anniversary of the first time spike
142:38
kohada show he wasn’t a regular cast he
142:42
just co-hosted one of the shows and it
142:44
was the – yeah and I was the guest cost
142:46
that’s right so if you scroll two years
142:52
back in my timeline you can find that
142:54
episode he appeared in voice only
142:58
ya know now you get me in full HD on the
143:04
bed well it’s pretty close to full HD
143:07
we’re going through Google Hangouts on
143:09
your phone I mean it’s it’s 7:20 right
143:15
yes 5 590 yeah we’ll give it to you a
143:19
beautiful five nine yeah 596 622 wait so
143:29
yeah so you’ll get to see me is this so
143:32
I mean now cuz I didn’t want to try to
143:34
do but is this is this sex here I’m like
143:38
this hey America is this even like is my
143:41
head cut off
143:42
no not in a little bit you look like
143:44
you’re posing for a rap video in the mid
143:48
nineties I mean I always look like that
143:51
that’s a valid point
143:53
like that’s my aesthetic that’s my
143:56
aesthetic is like Nelly video um alright
144:00
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[Music]
146:34
[Music]
146:42
this is perseverance sobbing on the romm
146:45
since I made a first appearance a burn
146:46
on the grind never greater for the
146:47
clearance life is all the time so I’m
146:49
gonna be less yeah people gonna hear
146:52
this made a little name with addition
146:53
and coherence never been a lane now I’m
146:55
closer to a genius knowledge of my brain
146:57
chocolate to the experience still I’m
146:59
not rich but at least I’m broke
147:01
never sell dreams cuz I better sell hope
147:02
hope people so lost in the mirrors and
147:04
the smoke think I’d be a real a bloke if
147:06
I said I sold dope no but my friends
147:08
will tell you that I’m awesome awesome I
147:09
started selling and they bottom bottom I
147:12
thought him get him and I got him so if
147:13
you want dough cause that is not a prize
147:15
it’s time just with the needles on the
147:17
wax rock hard like I got the Beatles in
147:19
your back go soft make it easy living
147:21
off the map er I can go hard like your
147:22
freaking shoot on the track I’m grinding
147:24
from a zero to a stack and I’m talking
147:26
about the never getting jacked if what
147:29
kinda needs a new king I’m a girl hard
147:30
to be the leader of the pack a needle in
147:32
a stack and I’m feeling to attack not a
147:34
Bala no to chala but a hero and a black
147:36
I’m an eagle too
147:37
the demon on a tractor and the scholar
147:38
and a brother you don’t feel it if
147:40
you’re wack you’re always talking
147:41
neutral in your rap and I’m trying to
147:43
fill my minutes on the map to give you
147:45
12 rules for life and get my broom clean
147:47
i’m the jordan piss center back I will
147:50
not go pop I will not go stop gonna say
147:52
no means no just this is true hip-hop I
147:55
do not flip flop when I say flow me flow
147:57
this is perseverance perseverance
148:04
I will not go pop I will not go stop
148:08
when I say no means no this is true
148:11
hip-hop this is perseverance and this is
148:17
perseverance
148:18
this is perseverance
148:23
and I believe what I prophesize so I
148:25
don’t apologize unless I do wrong I
148:28
don’t bow to the mob I don’t live to
148:29
antagonize but they sound too outspoken
148:32
smoke they wonder if I’m joking
148:35
look a little bit its chest but I say
148:37
what I feel man I’m feeling I’m open
148:39
trust in God but I live in the physical
148:41
selfish thoughts but I give in the
148:42
lyrical got cops hot want my speech to
148:44
be criminal lies get five when I speak
148:46
the political one I am NOT left-wing I
148:49
am NOT right-wing I just know all these
148:51
things I know yeah
148:52
you can’t I label me you can’t put shame
148:54
on me when I say go means go fresh I
148:56
step into the premises kick dope rhymes
148:58
and they love harm expressing it pop
149:00
online and reply to all the messages got
149:02
to spend time and I’m grateful that
149:03
you’re cheb shit don’t talk crap no I’d
149:05
rather be irrelevant can’t play dogs
149:06
people know that I’m intelligent you see
149:08
me up Lakes not big beard let them in 12
149:10
years teach now flowing like a failure
149:12
lose your love now I’m moving up an
149:14
eminence girl show love cuz I feel and
149:15
all the pleasantest
149:16
got huge streams I can never be a
149:18
pessimist too much love I can never be a
149:20
feminist girls stop looking on credulous
149:22
I am not a bad man I am NOT your nemesis
149:24
I always had a message Drive take it
149:26
back to Genesis worked so hard time too
149:29
I will not go pop I will not go stop
149:32
gonna say no means no this is true
149:34
hip-hop I do not flip sup gonna say blow
149:37
me flow this is perseverance is this
149:40
perseverance this is perseverance
149:44
perseverance
149:46
I will not go pop I will not go stop
149:48
when I say no means no this is true
149:51
hip-hop this is perseverance this is
149:57
perseverance this is perseverance
150:01
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Spike Cohen
Spike Cohen
Local Jew. Contrarian stoic sentimentalist. Antidisestablishmentarianism. Will pet your dog.