EPISODE 129 – Rallying Before Impeachment

The Muddied Waters of Freedom with Matt Wright & Spike Cohen


About This Episode

After spending the weekend with the Georgia Libertarians at their state convention Matt and Spike are back in studio to tell you about their weekend, fill everyone in on Virginia and all that happened there Monday, as well as all that is happening with the Impeachment Deus Ex Machina in the Senate. Also Vermin/Spike campaign updates.

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Kava from Justin
Water from Kroger
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Episode Transcript

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I’ll carry one
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I really don’t I’m gonna take her to ha
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whoo I’m gonna take her to hot glue I’m
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gonna take her to ha I’m gonna take her
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the Honolulu I’m gonna take her to rule
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I’m gonna take that a hot whoo yeah I
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wanna take you to Honolulu baby I want
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to go on a vacation wanna chill wanna
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sit on the beach chill wanna drink over
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on a beach chill yeah put the vine and
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the drink stop and think look at your
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face man you’re beautiful
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no you’re beautiful never seen nothing
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so beautiful
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make the beach look I guess nothing like
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it stop make everything look like it’s
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nothing god I love you I love you I
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didn’t notice around but I love you so
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much
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I want to be with you forever
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never ever I’m gonna take her to
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Honolulu
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I want to take her to Honolulu I want to
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take her to Honolulu Honolulu yeah I
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want to take go to Honolulu
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I want to take her to Honolulu I wanna
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take her to Honolulu Honolulu
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I remember back in day when I used to
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work you you paid I set my whole check
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on you girl you were my whole world my
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voice kind of fucking trashed but you
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didn’t give a shit about that we used to
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light it up and burn ash but now you’re
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gone and I’m here all alone my life is
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nothing but yeah yeah I wanna take her
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to Honolulu Honolulu Honolulu wanna take
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her to Honolulu Honolulu your this is
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for everybody who’s in love right now
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man
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it’s for everybody I want you to tell
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that special someone you want to take
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her to Honolulu Dawg y’all gonna be some
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fucking chill man this is for y’all man
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you love love one love that’s it that’s
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all we got to do from there we should
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want to show everybody that we mean
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everything everybody everybody somebody
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somebody everybody somebody’s everything
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thank you for the support peace
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you
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good morning good afternoon or good
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evening and welcome to the vanguard
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force spike please dear God what was
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that song oh and I am that right and
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together we are traversing the muddied
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waters of freedom hey everybody and
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shout out to Matt Hicks and his friend
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whose name I forget for blessing us
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blessing us blessing that song Honolulu
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yeah that was a that was a blessing that
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was a blessing that is a great song I’m
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you’re what you’re all welcome for that
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ah it’s been about 30 hours since you
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and I on were last together it’s been
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forever it has been it’s been the better
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part of two days since we’ve seen each
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other I’m kind of sad
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I’m actually pretty sad me too
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if you if you notice like I’m Florida
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cold right now I’m I am Laird I am much
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more Laird now than I was in Georgia
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over the weekend you didn’t bring cold
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weather clothing no no God no and I’m
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not 100% sure why because I didn’t check
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the weather yeah you were dressed like
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you didn’t check the weather and had no
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way to adjust now because all of your
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clothes were far from home or far from
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where you were because that’s
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essentially what happened yeah you
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basically so for the better part for
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those who don’t know guys we were in
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Georgia for the Georgia Libertarian
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Party convention and debate and
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after-party which was that night but he
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it was even cold during the day and our
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friend Matt here was freeze was dressed
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for you know 50s 60s not 30s now I will
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admit the one jacket that I was wearing
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is made out of wool and there’s a lot
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thicker than it looks
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yeah it does look like it’s ready for
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sub-freezing
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pictures to put in perspective how cold
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it was I don’t think that we were in
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sub-freezing temperatures oh it went
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below 32 at night and when we were out
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there was like 36 37 something like that
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it was you were putting on your brave
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face guys to put it in perspective I
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left one of my Kruger purified drinking
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waters out in the car then that night
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and when I came out to go back to see
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Matt and the rest of team supreme the
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following day it was frozen it was
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frozen there was it was mostly ice
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because it had gotten down about 26 that
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night I guess the point I’m trying to
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make is that it was really really really
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cold and Matt was wearing a business
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jacket or oblate what was it a blazer
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and a blazer and a t-shirt so it was fun
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so we had a good time and we’ll talk
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more about that later but Matt was cold
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and I’m glad that you are now bundled up
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there you know the entire weekend I did
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not have kava given to me by Justin like
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I do or what seems to be every single
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episode of this show and I did have and
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have now Kroger delicious pure Kroger
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purified drinking water hey and I drink
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or two for over on float how are you hey
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do you eat for two for how the hell are
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you
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hello bula vinaka ola wanaka now you did
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actually bring kava this time so I did
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it for you
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I didn’t really use it that much though
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I did not use it as much as I was
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expecting to because you were so cold
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yeah it was uh you were cold I could
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feel how cold you were it was it was
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pretty bad guys so speaking of frigid um
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one of the candidates in and in Georgia
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and and before let me preface this by
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saying
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that she bought matte pizza
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she’s long she pizza she bought pizza
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she actually bought all of us pizza I
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just can’t eat pizza or hot wings but
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she did buy pizza and hot wings for
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everybody
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Joe Jorgenson and her and her campaign
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manager Joe Hauptmann I think his name
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is Hoffman Oh Joe’s yeah so hot man I
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think nice guy uh and she seemed nice as
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well um but uh Joe Jorgenson was there
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she came in second in the debate second
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to Adam Koch ish and vermin came in
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third it’s actually almost a tie of 26
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to 29 between vermin and and Joe but she
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so she came and she did a pretty decent
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job with her debating skills and so
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forth and I was really appearing to try
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to line up that VP spot for lincoln
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Chafee and okay I know we’re gonna get
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into Georgia a little bit more that’s
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true yeah um but man she was just she
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was going to town on that Chafee yeah
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trying to get that trying to get that VP
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nod she felt that she she felt the chief
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yeah and she was she was pretty I mean
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it was obvious she felt like Chafee was
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gonna get the nomination and she was
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just sliding him for that VP spot or
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she’s sure she’s gonna get it and she
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wanted Chafee to have the VP spot I’m
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not sure what they were possibility
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that’s also possible you never know but
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he was looking for Chafee on her cabinet
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in some some way shape or form or for
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her to be on yeah they were angling to
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be on the same team which seemed to have
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worked well for her cuz she came in
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second did not work well for Chafee who
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I believe got zero votes I was gonna say
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did not place did not place anywhere
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near anywhere but so anyway in her
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materials because everyone hands out
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these yeah we’d you know everyone hands
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out these different campaign materials
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for the tables for people to see Joe’s
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was pretty good it talks about being a
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Switzerland and all this stuff but it it
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has some interesting stuff there doesn’t
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it matter
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it does it doesn’t say anything about
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Switzerland on here
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on the back on the back it mentions
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being like Switzerland armed and neutral
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or something that’s the back yeah no
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well no not on the one I got anyway
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that’s weird might had a whole thing on
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that you’re sidin have anything on the
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back no my head nothing honey mine had a
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whole thing on the back yeah mine was
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only the front okay well that doesn’t
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matter anyway so well on the front
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there’s some interesting stuff there huh
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Matt on the front it gives you it gives
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you a little bit of her bio it says the
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Libertarian Party VP nominee with Harry
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Brown 1996 Libertarian Party candidate
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for South Carolina’s fourth
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congressional district men – yeah
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life member of Libertarian Party and
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then there are a few adjectives that her
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campaign team chose to describe her and
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they’re listed right there it’s gonna be
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hard to read because you’re gonna get
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the light this is a very glossy yeah so
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I see Flemish on this so the word in
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question well principled mm-hmm
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persuasive sure one practical courageous
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excited now all of those can be debated
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in their own way sure the word that’s in
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question is the word vivacious vivacious
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vivacious vivacious that is a that is a
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word that is a word so we wanted to show
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a video and let everybody decide whether
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or not she is vivacious yeah this is
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from the South Carolina convention not
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much has changed in terms of vivacity
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and so this is a good barometer of I
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Bassett II barometer if you will our
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vibe acid ometer
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to determine if you think she’s
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vivacious or not you can listen for
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yourself I would say that’s not an issue
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that I’ve heard the voters are
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interested in let me tell you what my
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platform is and I would probably talk
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about the income tax or something
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because can you see yeah you can see my
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face down in the bottom they’re
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recording it but we’re all just a little
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geeky and that we’ve got answers for
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everything and we’ve got great answers
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for everything and we just can’t wait
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for our answers for everything I was on
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the campaign trail 1996 for the VP
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nomination and somebody asked me a
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question about Bureau of Land Management
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and by golly I just read the book the
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leaf before and I could tell them all
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about the Bureau of Land Management the
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problem is the average person out there
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doesn’t care and so as libertarians I
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think we need to restrain ourselves and
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to persuade people or find the people
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who agree with what we do agree with oh
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I have a position that’s not part of the
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I’m part of the campaign to outreach to
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bring new people into the party I would
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the short answer is No
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Wow okay so now you’re afraid to ask so
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you can’t really hear it that well the
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crowd their response was like it was
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like inaudible oh and it’s a video of
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somebody getting hit in the nads
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yeah people it was a cringe it was a
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collective cringe from about a hundred
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people going and then one guy at the end
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goes wow like it was I mean it was that
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vivacious that was vivacious that was
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vivacious as Renzo Martinez the author
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of the great books stay away from the
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Libertarians and how to succeed in
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politics and other forms of
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devil-worship says my vivacity sense is
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not tingling yeah I bet it yet no that’s
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a good describe of Renzo Martinez author
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of how to worship Satan by a voting
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Republican is the is correct 100%
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correct there it’s a great book by the
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way it is it’s a great black away the
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ending you should actually how to
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succeed in politics and other forms of
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devil-worship it’s it’s a really good
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book I do like the book I worship Satan
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I hail him in all times in ways it’s I
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don’t want to give away the ending but
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it has quite a hook at the end right
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it’s actually I did actually read it
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it’s a good book it’s a good book but um
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ya know it’s it’s it’s not vivacious
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ramza no definitely not vivacious it’s
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not a word I would use to describe her
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definitely not speaking of vivacious
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great syrup debate we are at I guess a
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truce on the syrup debate dispute fair
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so that’s what the comment says dispute
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no did I say what I say to be yeah okay
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fair so Matt and I went to Waffle House
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right before I dropped him off as we are
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want to do as we are want to do before
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the long sad goodbyes and by long sad
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goodbyes I mean I entered every single
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wrong entrance into the Atlanta Airport
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before finally finally finding the one
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that Matt actually needed so it
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literally took 40 minutes but before
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that we went to Waffle House and Matt
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did this to a waffle well that’s that’s
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literally the picture of the waffle that
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Matt decided to put the entirety of the
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container of syrup atop you can’t even
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read Waffle House on the waffle anymore
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so drown in it that was not the entirety
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of the bottle don’t it was was it not if
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it was if it would know there was a half
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a bottle left it’s a big bottle then so
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it literally needed he needed a bowl or
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some kind of like rim around that the
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plate because it’s it was almost came
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out of the plate this triggered a near
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mutiny in the Waffle House caucus isn’t
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happening well here’s what I know in a
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near mutiny I mean I’m the only admin so
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not all that worried I just want to say
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but it was it was it got pretty
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contentious because it was perceived
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that I was judging
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Matt which as we know libertarians don’t
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do the batarians do not judge Matt but I
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wasn’t judging I just had some questions
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like for example who does that
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that was one question and a good number
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of people did and that’s true and I
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thought okay fine good number of people
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do this to their waffles and their
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bodies
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chris Christie Kendrick oh we are we
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getting totally accept yeah okay listen
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fine fine I see I see in and Tom team
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Matt great wonderful good for all of you
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I’m happy and glad for each of you but
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yeah so that’s what happened there and
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then so it was resolved as well as one
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could expect what am I missing
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Tom Arnold exit Waffle House exit what
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waffa waffa waffa suggest what wek
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siddhis Exodus with what Jackson
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Christie wants to know where the butter
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was okay so Christie and all fairness
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the reason there is no butter on that
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waffle is strictly and only because they
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did not give me butter nor did they give
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me syrup spike had to grab the syrup
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from the shelf behind the counter in
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order for me to get that and which I
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regret
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butter who is not within reach no but we
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do know there are some people who bring
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their own stick of butter to avoid all
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of that so I mean you know modern
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problems require modern solutions it’s
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true and speaking of modern solutions a
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man in where it’s where’s the Seattle no
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yes this one sorry this one was in
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Seattle yeah a man in Seattle tell us
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about the man in Seattle Matt um sorry I
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got an update for something later in the
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show and I was trying to read it really
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quick no Thomas
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oonh thomas croon from seattle bought a
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firehouse at a seattle auction for seven
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hundred and twelve thousand dollars
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after seeing the ad featuring the words
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unique residential dwelling back in 2012
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he purchased it he purchased it thought
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it was gonna be make a very cool
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residential dwelling spent thousands of
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dollars and years remodeling it into a
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place his family could spend holidays
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have parties fundraisers and whatever
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else until the land use no defeat land
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use Notice of Violation
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arrived in July of 2016 now that means
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that he bought it
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2012 bought it for action 2012 under the
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guise that it was going to be for
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residential and he and and four years
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later after he spent all the money in
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the time and everything else that was
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when they’re like oh wait what are you
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doing you can’t do this with the house
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that you bought from us the notice said
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this continued on all unauthorized uses
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including but not limited to office and
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residents because the legally
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established use of the property is as a
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public facility and then in parentheses
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fire station because God knows there
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were a number of people looking to buy a
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fire station for the purpose of being
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the local fireman that just happens all
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the time honey let’s recreate ourselves
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I know you were wanting to retire but
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instead let’s move to Seattle and be
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firemen now but not over there however I
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mean I think if he’s the fire station
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you could probably live there well he so
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so the only problem is that he wasn’t
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out fighting fires
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probably like it if they if he had a
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fire truck it was fighting fires like I
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could see a libertarian actually
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purchasing this could be a private
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firefighter
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right definitely start charging there’ll
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be twenty dollars well it’d probably be
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a lot more than that but like
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read me on retainer and be like if your
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house catches on fire call me I will
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come help put it out I mean I’m fine
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with this business model I’m just not
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fine with the how and this was how many
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years later he bought it he bought it in
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2012 so four years later yep sanity so
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he was also sued by the City of Seattle
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for alleged violations of city municipal
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code for using fire station 38 as
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something other than a fire station and
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according to Tom croon the city’s
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lawsuit against him was accruing
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penalties of $500 a day for a total of
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someplace around $400,000 in a Weir’s
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$400,000 in arrears when he purchased a
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house for residential purposes and they
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never told him that that wasn’t allowed
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make things worse in the ad this is
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gonna come later but we’re gonna say it
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now in the ad for the for the auction
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mhm it says that it was a did I not put
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it in there maybe I didn’t put it in
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there in the ad it says that is for a
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quirky resident a quirky residential
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purchase right so he had every reason to
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think that great so a guy named David
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Graham who was a residential dwelling
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that’s a unique residential dwelling it
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is unique its unique in that it looks
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like a firehouse and you’re gonna get
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sued for half a million dollars right in
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about four years it’s very unique that
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way so David Graham kroons attorney
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signed on to help him and thankfully the
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City of Seattle immediately dropped the
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suit and started working on changing the
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paperwork so now he’s so I guess he’s
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suing for his legal fees now yes what
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what happened was the city suit as soon
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as Graham got signed on and they’re like
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look you advertise this as a unique
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residential right based on that and the
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fact that nobody said anything to him at
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the time
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just or at the time of settlement that
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oh yeah by the way you’re gonna have to
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change this to a residential dwelling in
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the city’s tax code right right there’s
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no like every one every month now
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yeah there’s it with the Zoning Board
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because none of that was told to him and
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they said that you have it advertised as
25:35
this and nobody ever told us any
25:37
different that’s on you because if it
25:41
were citizen to citizen and it was
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advertised as a residential dwelling and
25:47
somebody purchased it based on that and
25:49
then bought it and then it’s like oh
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yeah you can’t use this as residential
25:52
the person who sold it to them would be
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culpable right right so in the same way
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it would be here so they said okay screw
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it we’re just gonna go to the Zoning
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Board we’re gonna get this change so now
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it’s residential and he is allowed to
26:06
use it however he sees fit and currently
26:11
he is working on getting back roughly
26:13
fifty to eighty thousand dollars in
26:15
legal fees for croon from the city so it
26:21
looks like it’s it looks like it’s
26:22
ending as good news it is but what is
26:26
she good thing to happen for it to begin
26:27
with
26:28
right it is it was a win on personal
26:33
property rights for somebody right but
26:39
it it started as a loss to begin with
26:41
because they were going in that had me
26:43
cuz I mean this has been going on since
26:45
2016 and we’re now in 2020 right so this
26:50
has been it’s been going on for it for
26:52
almost a decade yeah yeah yeah no pretty
26:55
insane stuff and now you’re probably
26:59
thinking now that’s probably the last
27:01
story they’re gonna give us about
27:02
government harming people for no good
27:04
reason
27:05
well you must not have seen this show
27:07
before so another great story was where
27:13
the DEA seized the life savings of
27:17
someone who is kidding who has dementia
27:20
is that correct no suffers from mental
27:24
decline
27:25
does not say to mention the article so
27:27
okay okay so let me say that okay so
27:30
he’s a guy named Terry Rowland
27:35
I think I’m saying that correctly Terry
27:37
Roland pictured here with his daughter
27:39
had saved over a lifetime and he had
27:44
eighty two thousand three hundred and
27:47
seventy three dollars stacked in a large
27:49
Tupperware container um he’d had never
27:53
used a bank before but he asked his
27:56
daughter Rebecca brown pictured there to
27:58
open a joint savings account because he
28:00
was worried about having too much cash
28:01
on hand she was traveling back home from
28:04
Pittsburgh not stopping at the bank
28:06
first and ten minutes before she takes
28:09
off she is approached by the DEA now
28:12
here is here is her mistake they asked
28:21
her questions and she answered them
28:26
right
28:28
she said she explained the situation to
28:34
who she thought were reasonable normal
28:36
people that were just trying to figure
28:37
out what was going on and so she
28:39
explained that were the exact waiting
28:41
we’re here to help we’re the government
28:42
and we’re here to help and so she said
28:44
oh officers this is a perfect
28:46
misunderstanding you know I’m just
28:51
carrying this cash from my dad he’s you
28:54
know suffering from mental decline and
28:55
he you know he asked me to open a joint
28:59
savings account because he’s worried
29:01
about having too much cash because he
29:03
doesn’t want to forget it so they called
29:06
him well he suffers from mental decline
29:12
he was confused wasn’t sure what they
29:14
were talking about or possibly he
29:17
possibly didn’t trust him either that’s
29:19
the other thing it might be that his
29:20
mental was good enough to know what I’m
29:24
about to tell you which is don’t talk to
29:26
the police so for whatever reason he
29:29
didn’t say the same thing she said and
29:31
so they seized all of the cash right
29:35
then and right there and as of right now
29:39
they still have it is that correct Matt
29:41
yes they still have it as of right now
29:44
now the way that this entire thing
29:46
played out is when she was going through
29:49
TSA the first line of annoying us she
29:57
was going through TSA it came up on the
29:58
standard they hold her bag out talk to
30:02
her for a little bit they talked to her
30:03
for interrogated her as much as TSA can
30:07
actually interrogate somebody
30:10
interrogated her for awhile and then ten
30:12
minutes before she needed to be on the
30:15
plane they said okay you can go
30:17
so she’s rushing to the plane she’s got
30:20
all of her stuff she thinks she’s in the
30:21
clear
30:22
the moment she gets there she is met by
30:26
DEA agents begin interrogating her on
30:29
the spot right in that moment ten
30:34
minutes or less before she has to be on
30:36
this plane and she is now stuck trying
30:39
to answer these questions worried about
30:41
missing her plane worried about her 80
30:44
2,370 well her dad’s 80 two thousand
30:47
three hundred and seventy-three dollars
30:51
faced with being interrogated by the
30:56
federal government by the DEA the DEA
31:02
took it because the dad didn’t
31:04
corroborate the story that she gave yep
31:07
and the DEA hasn’t given it back hasn’t
31:12
gotten back and now the the loss of the
31:15
savings has prevented Terry that’s right
31:18
name name right Terry wrong yeah Terry
31:20
from getting treatment for painful tooth
31:22
decay and gum disease
31:24
it has kept him from being able to fix
31:26
up his pickup truck which is his only
31:28
means of transportation he’s living on
31:30
retirement benefits from a job as a
31:32
railroad engineer again I’m not trying
31:37
to victim blame here because they’re in
31:39
the wrong not her and she like she like
31:43
most people thought that when the
31:45
government when the police when the
31:47
agents would ever come up and ask you
31:49
what’s going on they’re just trying to
31:50
get to the bottom of it they just
31:53
no they want to do the right thing and
31:54
make sure everything’s okay so she told
31:57
them but that’s the problem they aren’t
32:01
just trying to get to the bottom of
32:02
things and find out you know what’s the
32:04
right thing that’s going on they want to
32:06
have callers they want to show that
32:08
they’re getting money they want to work
32:10
their way up the ranks they don’t care
32:13
what it does to your life if it ruins it
32:15
they’re fine with that they actually
32:17
like to be able to show how many lives
32:19
they’ve ruined that’s part of the whole
32:21
incentivization of working your way up
32:22
the ranks when you get approached by law
32:25
enforcement in any scenario I don’t care
32:28
if it’s getting pulled over for a
32:30
speeding violation or whatever or
32:34
something like this you say I don’t
32:38
answer questions I want to speak to my
32:41
attorney and then you shut up and
32:46
they’re gonna say all sorts of stuff to
32:48
you because they lie and they’re gonna
32:51
say oh no we’re not trying to arrest you
32:53
we’re just figuring out you listen you
32:54
got a lot of cashes in a tupperware
32:55
thing we’re worried we’re just trying to
32:56
make sure it’s shut up shut up don’t
32:59
talk to them I’ll just shut her up shut
33:03
up I want to speak to my attorney and
33:06
then shut up yep now interestingly back
33:11
in 2017 the DEA made more than 8,000 850
33:16
seizures no worth five hundred and
33:19
thirty nine million you know this is the
33:22
latest agency late latest agency agency
33:26
stats man that is difficult to say
33:28
latest agency statistics for a full year
33:31
right a 2016 USA Today investigation
33:34
found that DEA agents seized at least
33:36
209 million in cash from travelers at
33:40
the nation’s 15 busiest airports over
33:43
the previous decade so that’s nearly 600
33:45
million dollars in a given year
33:48
just to what not even three years ago so
33:51
I mean that’s probably indicative of how
33:53
much they’ve been seizing if anything
33:54
that’s probably gone up yes
33:57
Sara Branyan has a good question there’s
34:00
no amount of money that’s illegal to fly
34:01
with no no however what
34:06
I’ve learned from researching this story
34:09
the government can take anything over
34:12
$5,000 even though it’s not illegal yeah
34:19
even though it’s not illegal if they
34:22
think that you are possibly using it for
34:24
anything illegal they can just take it
34:29
the US government in 2015 or 2016 put a
34:34
hundred and fifty billion dollars on an
34:38
airplane to send to the Islamic Republic
34:41
of Iran whom we are told owns taxpayer
34:45
money whom we are told is our enemy you
34:50
can’t bring more than five thousand
34:52
dollars onto an airplane if they ask you
34:56
anything tell them you want to speak to
34:58
an attorney and then shut up an attorney
35:02
can deal with this and you’ll more than
35:05
likely be able to keep your money and
35:07
you may even have a nice little lawsuit
35:09
depending on how they treat you shut up
35:12
shut up stop telling them things they
35:16
don’t want to fix the problem they or
35:19
the problem the problem isn’t anything
35:21
so we’re just trying to figure this out
35:23
there’s nothing to figure out
35:24
you had money it’s none of their
35:27
business
35:27
but there doesn’t stop them from robbing
35:30
people to the tune of what 209 million
35:33
dollars from just from the nation’s 15
35:35
busiest airports right the federal
35:38
government is the biggest thief it’s
35:40
also the largest murderer and the
35:42
biggest kidnapper but it’s the biggest
35:43
thief in the country bar none serotonin
35:48
has another good question how long can
35:50
they hold it with no further evidence
35:51
well after all of the work that Rebecca
35:57
Rebecca brown put in to making sure like
36:02
trying to get the money back because
36:04
that’s her dad’s life savings in October
36:06
she received a notice that the DEA plan
36:09
to permanently seize the cash citing its
36:11
authority to make such moves to combat
36:13
crime this is a woman who has never
36:16
committed a crime whose father
36:17
wellokay possibly has never committed a
36:19
crime problem
36:20
nothing on the DEA level of crime and
36:23
her father who same same deal the DEA
36:29
just took all of their money
36:30
well his money yeah took all of his
36:32
money took his entire life savings
36:34
because they had that authority to make
36:39
such moves to combat crime not that she
36:42
did anything wrong just that they can
36:46
right just let they can do it they did
36:49
it can can you imagine saying to someone
36:53
well I was a little concerned about this
36:56
money situation how where you got it
36:58
from so I stole it from you and you’re
37:01
never gonna get it back because I can do
37:04
such a thing that’s what the government
37:07
does and we’ve become so conditioned to
37:10
think that that’s perfectly normal
37:12
yep I mean there were there are
37:14
literally people that you know and
37:16
respect I guarantee you that there are
37:20
people out there that you know and
37:22
respect on this the day after happy
37:27
national cheese lovers day who will tell
37:31
you that it is perfectly normal
37:35
they’ll say oh well you know this this
37:37
this situation was sad this situation
37:41
was sad but you know you know you never
37:44
know why do she might have criminal
37:45
connections and even if she didn’t you
37:47
know they got a they got they got to
37:48
protect us from the criminals you know
37:50
like the people who will rob you when
37:52
you’re just trying to live your life
37:56
like the people who would try to I don’t
37:58
know
37:59
take your mentally declining father’s
38:02
entire life savings because they can
38:06
because they can because why not just
38:10
cuz they can and like I think was Hampi
38:12
on said in the comments you got to sue
38:14
to get it back right which you guys you
38:16
have to spend money to get your own
38:18
money back it’s your own money back and
38:22
is that gonna cost you more than eighty
38:25
two thousand three hundred and seventy
38:27
three dollars that’s more of a question
38:30
for Chris Reynolds I don’t know I mean
38:33
ever at cost because here’s the thing
38:34
you can possibly win and then you can
38:36
have a lawsuit try to get your money buh
38:38
bah blah blah blah
38:39
and you may even come out whole and even
38:41
get some additional you know money back
38:44
from it you know to pay for your costs
38:46
or whatever or at least be made whole
38:47
having spent years fighting it and who
38:50
knows what other threats they put on you
38:52
in the meantime because the federal
38:53
government in just the DEA it’s also the
38:55
IRS and all sorts of other agencies the
38:57
State Department that if in case you
38:59
want to get your passport renewed end up
39:01
on a no-fly list accidentally I mean
39:03
this is the federal government and it’s
39:07
this kind of stuff that people that you
39:12
respect will defend entirely based on
39:16
conditioning that well you know it’s bad
39:18
that they did that but they’re just
39:19
trying to protect us from whom people
39:21
that would rob you and tell you that
39:22
they can because it sounds like that’s
39:26
what they are legitimately is a mob
39:29
scheme yeah it’s protection it’s a
39:32
protection racket yeah it’s a protection
39:34
racket and unfortunately for Terry
39:38
Roland and his daughter Rebecca brown
39:41
they fell victim to the scheme to the to
39:44
the protection racket of the federal
39:46
government no no it is it is an
39:49
absolutely thieving and disgusting
39:53
organization and speaking of disgusting
39:55
thieves Hillary Clinton Mac murderer to
39:59
says in an interview said in an
40:01
interview recently that nobody likes
40:05
Bernie and nobody wants to work with him
40:08
and then she backed Warren’s obvious lie
40:11
about Bernie saying that a woman can’t
40:13
be President by stating that’s
40:15
particularly true with what’s going on
40:16
right now with the Bernie campaign
40:17
having gone after Liz the Native
40:21
American Warren with a very personal
40:23
attack on her then this argument about
40:25
whether or not or when he did or didn’t
40:28
say that a woman couldn’t be elected
40:29
it’s part of a pattern if it were
40:31
one-off you might say okay fine but he
40:34
said I was unqualified I had a lot more
40:36
experience than he did and got a lot
40:38
more done than he had but that was his
40:40
attack on me Hillary Clinton pictured
40:42
here not liking Bernie
40:46
so the knives are out for Bernie Matt
40:48
yeah the knives are definitely out for
40:51
Bernie and so when I when I start
40:55
writing this portion of the notes today
40:57
Hillary Clinton says in an interview
40:58
that nobody likes Bernie and nobody
41:00
wants to work with him there were so
41:01
many different punchlines I decided just
41:04
to use her own quote as the punchline
41:06
yeah because I did I couldn’t choose a
41:13
comprehensive list of people who like
41:16
Hillary right she is the woman who lost
41:21
to Donald J Trump she is not a
41:26
well-liked individual Donald Trump at a
41:31
time when America was discovering what
41:34
he was gonna be like as president like
41:36
now people are used to it they become
41:40
somewhat like desensitized to someone
41:42
acting that way right no this was pre
41:45
all of that yep yeah this was people
41:49
going oh my gosh he’s gonna he can
41:52
potentially be our president for the
41:53
next four years and then they look at
41:56
her and go I guess whatever and a lot of
42:05
them just stayed home and then they
42:07
might have looked at Gary Johnson and
42:08
then you know Gary Johnson’s running
42:09
mate bill weld goes oh you should vote
42:12
for Hillary and they go well that option
42:13
isn’t there and so he got elected that’s
42:17
how much people like Hillary she lost a
42:21
Donald Trump at the easiest time to beat
42:24
Donald Trump it’s definitely Bernie’s
42:29
fault Matt 100% and in the great battle
42:33
of the most unlikable Hillary won so I
42:42
guess she is a winner in one sense she
42:44
did win that she won that she won both
42:46
the electoral college and well she
42:48
didn’t win the popular vote on that but
42:49
she didn’t win the electoral college and
42:51
whose least likable between between
42:54
Trump and Hillary between the two most
42:58
hated people on earth which one was
42:59
truly
43:00
the champion of being hated and it was
43:03
Hillary but no one likes Bernie the
43:05
number one most hated and it’s Hillary
43:10
Clinton won so this is happening at a
43:13
time when Liz Warren’s accusation fell
43:16
pretty flat her approval rating dropped
43:18
like fourteen percent from a previous
43:20
poll Bernie’s now possibly picking up
43:23
the steam and collecting the votes from
43:26
the left the support from the left to
43:28
run a real challenge against Biden and
43:30
become the front-runner knocking them
43:31
out if not in Iowa then in in in and
43:34
well possibly in Iowa but also in Nevada
43:36
and and New Hampshire and then here
43:39
comes Hillary to do the me to you no one
43:45
likes Bernie stick it do you think it’s
43:50
gonna work I saw a great meme earlier
43:56
not a meme it’s a article from a satire
43:59
site in Canada the Beaverton or
44:02
something okay and it said Bernie
44:05
Sanders relieved to not get Hillary
44:07
Clinton endorsement and I think this
44:09
kind of more along the lines of the
44:10
terms what this is like yeah I feel like
44:13
he’s like I’m good she’s not she’s not
44:15
backing me you know I’m glad she said
44:21
that no one likes me I’m like I’m very
44:23
happy about that I mean listen III don’t
44:26
I don’t know if this is gonna how much
44:30
if at all this is really gonna hurt him
44:32
because if anything it kind of shows
44:34
like this to me seems pretty open and
44:38
brazen that the you know establishment
44:41
wing of the Democratic Party is just
44:46
gonna do war with Bernie and anyone who
44:50
tries to get in the way of Biden to lose
44:53
to trump like I I he’s gonna lose to
44:57
trump he’s got this to trump and as
45:01
someone who’s running for and is
45:02
increasingly likely to be the vice
45:05
presidential Libertarian Party it’s
45:07
weird even saying that the vice
45:10
presidential nominee for the Libertarian
45:11
Party and with my running mate
45:14
in that case more than likely to be
45:15
vermin supreme having Joe Biden and
45:19
Donald Trump as the main competitors to
45:24
us is kind of ideal for us like it would
45:29
be harder for us to make headway amongst
45:32
you know the youth and politically
45:35
unaffiliated if a more brash outspoken
45:38
somewhat outside-of-the-box politician
45:40
type like Bernie were to come on and be
45:43
the nominee or even a gosh really anyone
45:48
but Biden and Joe Biden is as bad as the
45:52
Democrats will allow to still be a
45:55
Democrat from their perspective every
46:00
matlin if he hadn’t been Obama’s VP
46:03
president he wouldn’t be but never shot
46:07
wouldn’t have this is shot this is a
46:09
thanks Obama moment because if Obama
46:12
hadn’t done that
46:13
Biden wouldn’t even be in contention
46:15
right now it would probably be Warren or
46:17
Bernie it would be either Warren or
46:18
Bernie we can literally think we can say
46:23
thanks Obama to Biden being the being
46:26
the one because he’s got nothing all he
46:30
has to do is say I was Obama’s VP and
46:32
most people who don’t fully pay
46:34
attention to the ins and outs of this
46:36
stuff are like alright good enough for
46:38
me he seems like he’s gonna return us to
46:40
the Obama years or whatever right as
46:45
someone who potentially is gonna be
46:47
running against whoever the Democrats
46:51
nominate and Trump and Mike Pence this
46:54
is kind of ideal for us it’s also
46:56
horrifying as someone who might have to
46:59
live under the governance of either
47:02
continue under Donald Trump or under a
47:04
Joe Biden but uh I mean from from a
47:08
political standpoint it couldn’t
47:10
underscore the point we try to make more
47:12
that this whole thing is a joke
47:16
was that Michael malice says that it
47:18
doesn’t matter who you vote for you get
47:20
John McCain and this really underscores
47:22
that that like I think it was Michael
47:24
malice who said that but it really
47:26
doesn’t matter
47:28
you’re gonna end up with the same
47:29
garbage every single time so vote for me
47:32
instead but uh yeah so yeah so that’s uh
47:38
so so what let’s make a prediction here
47:40
Matt do you think that Bernie’s numbers
47:42
are going to go up or down in the wake
47:43
of this so as we were saying as you and
47:49
I were talking about that yesterday
47:50
um which nobody else was here for
47:53
Elizabeth Warren is Bernie Sanders
47:58
female Bernie Sanders light light yeah
48:00
yeah so I think that I think Elizabeth
48:04
Warren is gonna get hurt by this and her
48:06
numbers are gonna go down and those
48:08
numbers are gonna transfer to two Bernie
48:11
it’s a Bernie I don’t think it puts him
48:14
over the clock I don’t think it hurts
48:15
Liz wore in that bad she just got the
48:18
New York Times she and Amy Klobuchar
48:20
just got there and I think that I think
48:28
that you are gonna get a large number of
48:31
female voters who want the female
48:35
president they want their woman
48:36
president
48:37
so they’re gonna back those two and
48:40
since of Elizabeth Warren has a much
48:42
better shot of winning than Amy
48:45
Klobuchar close right right sad to say
48:48
because neither one of them have a shot
48:50
at all I don’t know not even a little
48:54
bit I don’t think it’s gonna hurt him
48:57
that bad I honestly don’t think it’s
49:00
gonna it’s not gonna hurt him and I
49:01
don’t think it hurts her all that bad
49:03
either
49:03
like she’s gonna take a dip and she’s
49:07
gonna take a dip and a few of the
49:09
younger generation the Millennials in
49:13
the one after that selenium or whatever
49:15
Zoomers Zoomers yeah the Zoomers that
49:18
are on the liberal side of things who
49:22
are backing those who are backing these
49:24
people right they are going a few of
49:27
those female and male are gonna switch
49:29
over to Bernie fair enough anybody over
49:33
that anybody over gen-x and up if if
49:38
they’re backing one of them they’re not
49:40
changing their mind on
49:41
now that’s what I was thinking I don’t
49:42
think it’s gonna make a huge difference
49:44
I think if it makes any difference
49:45
Bernie you’ll get a little bit of a bump
49:47
from it oh it’s not gonna be enough to
49:49
take him up above bite no no I think
49:52
Biden’s the prohibitive favorite at this
49:54
point like I think he he has already
49:56
withstood calling black children
49:59
cockroaches and talking about how he
50:02
liked how they they themselves
50:04
volunteered to go underwater and rub his
50:07
leg hair they chose to do that they did
50:13
those little cockroaches and then they
50:16
enjoyed sitting on his lap and he loved
50:19
having them there and then after that he
50:21
threatened to wrap a chain around a
50:25
black man’s neck for playing on the
50:28
diving board his words yeah the best
50:33
part about Biden is we don’t have to
50:34
make anything up no his words nothing
50:37
absolutely nothing gets made up with him
50:39
these are all the master words to it is
50:44
insane
50:46
yeah I know I love it too no I love it
50:49
it’s hilarious and it does help my
50:51
electoral prospects too so there’s not
50:55
it’s all upside for me
50:57
so speaking of everything is coming up
51:01
spike everything is coming up spike poor
51:06
Joe Biden always the spikes made and
51:09
never the spike that’s right
51:12
speaking of odd segues something
51:15
happened in Virginia Matt back on an
51:19
annual national cheese lovers day
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national cheese lovers day rally in
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Richmond it was it was great it was a
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great national cheese lovers day every
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Monday the 20 what is it every is it
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every third Monday or every 21st or
51:35
every 27 20th every 20th every day’s the
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20 Bitcoin every January 20th is as we
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know national cheese lovers day fun fact
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it’s also national penguin day is it it
51:51
is well you know who likes cheese
51:56
virginians tell us about that rally that
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cheese rally met yesterday thousands
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thousands of protestors of people
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showing their disdain for proposed gun
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laws by governor blackface and the newly
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elected Grimek democratic assembly
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showed up to rally in Virginia as you
52:24
can see here by this photo estimates I
52:27
put those in there no estimates put it
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somewhere between 22 and 35 thousand
52:34
holy hell
52:37
so tens of thousands of people showed up
52:39
to this most of them armed heavily oh
52:43
yeah the peep so can you put the can you
52:47
put the graphic back up sure thanks the
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people inside of that fence they are not
52:54
armed everybody outside of that fence
52:59
probably armed probably armed now of the
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people in the fence you had to go
53:06
through security you had to go through a
53:07
metal detector in order to be inside of
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there and I think he I think he got
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searched she went to remote the sector
53:15
and then he got searched as well most of
53:17
the people that were in there appeared
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to be in the media in some way right
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yeah so that was actually the the
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spectator area for the most part our
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friend Ford Fisher would news to share
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went into that area where they told him
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he couldn’t have a helmet and they also
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confiscated his tripod because that’s a
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weapon the helmet was actually listed on
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the Brit Milah high notes yeah and no
53:45
helmets were in the state of emergency
53:47
no helmets no shields so not only can
53:52
you not have a weapon to shoot you can’t
53:54
try to stop from being killed that’s
53:57
right that is true because that’s
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literally I mean you can’t really it’s
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hard to kill someone with a helmet or a
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shield a helmet and a shield are
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effective in
54:08
trying to stop from being killed yeah so
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in in in Virginia governor Ralph
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blackface Michael Jackson Northam the
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only man who decided to play Michael
54:21
Jackson by putting shoe polish on his
54:24
face decided that it was illegal to not
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be killed that’s right or have a tripod
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there was also a counter protest going
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on at the same time from the March for
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our lives crowd which was yeah which I
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as we all know is led by the never
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ending showed David Hogg was never
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ending Chodas oxymoronic in which and he
54:56
went on a Twitter rampage Virginia’s in
54:58
the state of emergency because white
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supremacists and lot C’s are using their
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second Amendment rights to shut down the
55:03
First Amendment rights of students
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veterans and clergy here is a
55:07
comprehensive list of people whose First
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Amendment rights were shut down by the
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rally yesterday right so here was his
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second tweet he said the gun extremists
55:19
made it to unsafe today for young people
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to rally and practice our First
55:23
Amendment rights so a March for our
55:26
lives and others spent the night in the
55:28
Capitol building to make our voice heard
55:30
and reduce the chance that we were
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assassinated here’s the translation to
55:36
that somewhere between 22 and 35,000
55:41
heavily armed people were in a smallish
55:44
City and no one died and one person was
55:51
arrested for covering her face with a
55:54
bandana 35,000 people one arrest
55:59
getting to the spoilers sorry probably
56:03
probably one of the safest days in
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Richmond history ever easily easily one
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of the safest days in Richmond history
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one person was arrested in the city of
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Richmond with 35,000 well-armed people
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possibly because if you’re a criminal
56:21
that one
56:22
a good day to crime not a good day if
56:29
you were looking at crime someone a day
56:33
when almost everyone is walking around
56:35
like they’re ready for the freaking
56:37
civil war to pop off is probably not the
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day or time for such a thing very true
56:45
which arguably sort of does away with
56:50
this whole argument that it was unsafe
56:52
for people and that they risked being
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assassinated so hid okay let’s go on and
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then I’m gonna go back to David Hogg
57:04
because there I have some other things
57:06
that I want to bring up about him I want
57:08
to get through the rest of the I want to
57:10
get through the good stuff before I make
57:11
fun of him more oh yeah the media along
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with David Hogg called the people in the
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rally the far-right white white
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supremacist white extremist was you know
57:23
all of that yeah and we have some
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pictures of the white supremacist and
57:27
Abbeville Trump tweets as you hump does
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the Democrat Party in the great
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Commonwealth of Virginia are working
57:36
hard to take away your second Amendment
57:37
rights as though he hasn’t been working
57:39
on that his on his own right this is
57:41
just the beginning don’t let it happen
57:43
vote Republican in 2020 yeah now we can
57:48
forget Reagan because Republicans will
57:51
never listen to you when you talk about
57:53
rigor Trump has done more to hurt the
58:01
Second Amendment than Obama yep that is
58:04
that is fact that is a factually
58:07
accurate statement it was a factually
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accurate statement that requires a very
58:11
little research to even find out or know
58:13
in the first place that’s true it’s not
58:15
even like yeah that dig real deep there
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was a net relaxation of gun restrictions
58:19
at the federal level under Barack Obama
58:23
under Trump there has been a net
58:25
increase in restrictions including a
58:27
reversal of some of the relaxations that
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happened under Barack Obama’s be ATF and
58:34
he’s been pushing for more
58:36
state regulations on well everything but
58:39
especially guns including red flag laws
58:43
and different accessory bans and stuff
58:44
like that so there has been an
58:46
across-the-board net increase on
58:49
restrictions now let’s say something
58:50
about Trump whatever you want to say
58:52
about him he knows how to exploit a
58:55
crisis he does know how to explore his
58:58
own personal political gain and he has
59:00
nailed it on this one ou killed it this
59:03
is so good for his optics so good for
59:06
his optics Trump if nothing else you
59:09
know knows how to sell himself knows how
59:12
to promote himself and he kinda knows
59:16
good optics every once in a while he
59:18
does a big swing and a Miss but optics
59:22
yeah yeah yeah but in this case he
59:25
knocked it out of the park because every
59:27
one of his followers is gonna eat that
59:29
one up all the way to Election Day yeah
59:32
and there were Trump flags all through
59:36
the rally these are people who probably
59:40
not that long ago were very upset about
59:43
the infringement being placed on them by
59:45
Donald Trump’s administration and now
59:48
because of this they’ve rallied right
59:53
back around the mag oflag so in an
59:57
election year in a swing state that has
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become increasingly blue it was purple
60:05
and it’s becoming blueish purple or
60:07
purplish blue and he’s just repurposed
60:10
it a little bit he just he just reread
60:14
it that purple some look okay so I will
60:16
say that governor Northam governor
60:19
blackface he has repurposed it
60:22
he has repurposed it he has not helped
60:26
Trump took from the reaper palang and
60:31
kind of added to it a little bit to make
60:33
it more of a mob right I think I don’t
60:38
really know reddish a reddish a in
60:42
exposed blood purple sure Governor
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Northam and
60:50
his friend lieutenant governor serial
60:52
rapists have not helped much in in
60:57
Virginia but so there were people
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protesters walking the streets of
61:02
downtown Richmond open carrying all
61:04
sorts of weapons there are people in
61:05
Hawaiian shirts to do the Boogaloo
61:07
didn’t happen but they did do the
61:09
Boogaloo Alex Jones showed up with a
61:12
battle tank and then even our good
61:15
friend and pret LP presidential
61:17
candidate Daniel taxation is theft
61:20
Berman showed up with his signature hat
61:23
and put some stuff on
61:26
hey that’s Alex Jones tank Oh even
61:31
though it says Virginia State Police
61:32
that’s Alex’s yeah Alex bought that that
61:35
is his tank he was very happy that he
61:40
was very happy that he left it on there
61:42
all day long he actually has a video of
61:46
him following Alex Jones and he said
61:48
Alex Alex taxation is taxation theft and
61:52
he goes without representation yes and
61:55
you know is it is it that – yeah it’s
61:58
definitely tough and so he let him put
62:02
the stickers on his on his tank they’re
62:05
met they’re magnets oh and he left let
62:08
him put it on there and left him there
62:10
all day that is funny well good for Dan
62:12
yeah that was some good optics there for
62:15
that day there were people chant
62:18
chanting shouting chants such as we will
62:20
not comply once it was time for the
62:24
rally to end the protesters dispersed
62:25
there were no reports of violence
62:27
there were even demonstrators picking up
62:29
trash off the streets of downtown
62:31
Richmond as they left a pro
62:32
second-amendment rally saying that it
62:35
was a birthday present for governor
62:36
black face and and to show that you know
62:38
they they they come in and you know
62:40
leave it cleaner than they came right
62:43
again no no violence it was incredibly
62:46
dangerous situation with all these guns
62:48
around each other and there was one
62:52
arrest as spike said earlier and it was
62:54
a girl that was wearing a bandana over
62:56
her mat over her face and she was
62:58
arrested under the anti mask law that
63:00
that in Virginia but Hampi Anse
63:03
commented it was two cities over though
63:05
so it wasn’t even in Richmond
63:07
oh well then and we’d have to
63:11
double-check that but if what HAMP is
63:13
telling us is true as far as that arrest
63:17
then there were no arrests no arrests in
63:20
Richmond that day that day in the entire
63:22
city of Richmond
63:24
so if hams correct then there were none
63:27
and if it was in Richmond there was one
63:30
in a city in the capital of Virginia
63:33
with 30 some odd thousand visitors most
63:37
of whom almost all of whom were heavily
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heavily armed now here’s what I heard
63:41
from the left today and when I say the
63:44
left I mean like the Democrat left the
63:48
far left the true far left are actually
63:51
as pro-gun as we are not necessarily for
63:54
the same reasons but they are pro-gun in
63:56
fact some of the best pro-gun quotes
63:58
you’ll ever read are from Karl Marx all
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that aside the left the Democrat
64:04
neoliberal whatever left there their
64:10
message for yesterday’s was that
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yesterday on Martin Luther King’s
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birthday on national cheese lovers day
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and Martin Luther King’s birthday in the
64:21
capital and what was the capital of the
64:23
Confederacy a bunch of white
64:26
supremacists showed up to say that they
64:28
cared more about their guns than about
64:31
dr. King’s legacy or the safety of our
64:34
children that’s what they went with yet
64:37
today in yesterday now
64:41
now first of all let’s let’s here’s a
64:43
picture of some of the neo-nazis that
64:46
showed up for the rally I was wondering
64:49
what you didn’t and there were more
64:54
pictures like this there were Asian
64:57
people there were black people that were
64:59
gay and trans people there was an
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anti-fog
65:02
there were people across the spectrum of
65:05
color race religion and even political
65:09
ideology to say we don’t want to be
65:13
disarmed by the government
65:16
most of them white right-wingers
65:19
probably but there were a lot of people
65:23
there and it was organized by a group
65:26
called the gun owners of America who are
65:29
outspoken when the police kill
65:34
law-abiding gun owners including
65:36
law-abiding gun owners of color like
65:38
falando castile when he was killed this
65:43
was not a neo-nazi rally where there’s
65:45
some bad actors there in a group of
65:47
30,000 people sure were they the main
65:49
people no can you stop them from coming
65:52
go ahead
65:53
one of the speakers at this rally was I
65:57
think I didn’t still call her a friend
65:59
of the show
66:00
Antonia Okafor okafor yeah
66:03
Antonia Okafor who I believe she works
66:06
with the NRA she did work with the NRA
66:09
she’s with the gon รด รด is she’s with the
66:12
geo way now and yeah I’m thrilled I’m
66:16
thrilled cuz we crap all over the NRA
66:17
and I’m so happy she’s with me away now
66:19
yeah and Antonio Okafor who is a
66:23
twenty-something I would think Nigerian
66:26
American yeah well Darian American and
66:29
she said on her Facebook page this was
66:33
the worst white nationalist rally ever
66:35
they even let me speak hmm no violence
66:39
well in it all of that’s accurate this
66:43
was not a white nationalist rally this
66:45
was a bunch of people who believe that
66:48
they have a right to own weapons and
66:51
carry them in Virginia as allowed by the
66:53
Virginia Constitution let’s talk about
66:58
the folks sorry go ahead go ahead I was
67:02
just gonna say and the governor and his
67:06
newly elected assembly is trying to get
67:08
rid of the Virginia Constitution right
67:11
let’s talk about because the opted of
67:14
what I kept hearing was well this was
67:16
the capital of the Confederacy as though
67:18
that’s why they picked this place right
67:20
it’s the capital of Virginia were
67:23
governor black-faced decided to it
67:29
and his you know fellow thugs in in
67:32
government are trying to disarm the
67:35
populace of Virginia that’s why they
67:37
picked Richmond it wasn’t like oh let’s
67:39
go to the former Confederacy and relive
67:42
the Confederacy with Antonia Okafor and
67:44
our neo-nazi friends pictured here it
67:48
was that’s why they picked it and then
67:51
the other thing was well why on national
67:55
cheese lovers day why on Martin Luther
67:58
King Day did they choose it was that the
68:01
day well because that’s the only holiday
68:05
weekend for over a month and this is
68:10
when they’re passing these bills are
68:11
proposing these bills if they wait also
68:14
there is usually in Virginia a pro-gun
68:19
rally every Martin Luther King Day no I
68:21
didn’t know that yeah well I think ten
68:25
years in a row or something yeah so this
68:27
wasn’t some isolated case it was not a
68:29
bunch of white supremacists saying let’s
68:32
spread white supremacy on Martin Luther
68:33
King Day that’s nonsense especially when
68:39
you consider the fact that gun control
68:44
is very closely tied to oppressing
68:49
people of color the very first gun
68:51
control laws in this country were passed
68:53
to stop freed slaves from owning weapons
68:56
after they were let go the white people
68:58
thought holy crap all these people that
69:00
we’ve been enslaving are now free we
69:03
better not let them own guns because
69:04
they might I don’t know get upset kill
69:06
us so they passed laws making it illegal
69:10
for them to own weapons and as a result
69:11
it was easy to kill them and that’s why
69:13
people join groups like the Ku Klux Klan
69:15
and attacked black people and black
69:17
families with little to no fear of any
69:20
real retribution because they knew that
69:22
for the most part they didn’t have any
69:23
guns because gun ownership was illegal
69:25
that is the history of the beginning of
69:27
gun control and since then every single
69:30
major law in this country including gun
69:33
and drug laws are disproportionately
69:35
enforced against people of color white
69:37
people are far more likely to own
69:40
weapons and to use drugs and yet the
69:42
vast majority of
69:43
people that are in state and federal
69:44
prison on gun and drug charges are
69:47
people of color any new law especially
69:51
gun and drug law is going to be
69:55
disproportionately used against black
69:58
people what better day than the day of a
70:02
man who fought for the civil rights of
70:04
people of color to say we don’t want
70:07
more restrictions that are going to be
70:10
disproportionately used against people
70:14
of color now someone said to me well the
70:18
thing is in this country gun rights have
70:21
always been primarily white gun rights
70:23
and that’s true that’s true of all of
70:27
them the country is 70 percent white
70:30
white people own something like 90% of
70:33
the wealth in the country the US
70:37
government has a long history of
70:39
enforcing and entrenching white
70:41
supremacy every right is going to be
70:45
primarily about benefiting white people
70:47
and every law is going to be primarily
70:49
about harming marginalized people like
70:51
poor people and people of color that is
70:54
not a reason to support more
70:56
infringement to be enforced against poor
70:59
people and people of color it’s a reason
71:04
to fight against the other thing and to
71:07
actually try to push for less of an
71:10
oppressive structure primarily for
71:13
people of color right and what better
71:15
day then Martin Luther King Day and what
71:18
better place in Richmond where it’s
71:20
being governed by a man who freaking
71:23
wore blackface – multiple times multiple
71:28
times multiple times to play Michael
71:31
Jackson one of those times at least one
71:35
of those at least one of those times but
71:39
the problem here is definitely people
71:40
that want to own guns Matt right now
71:43
back to David Hagen his ilk are we going
71:48
back to the tweet you don’t have to go
71:51
back to this week okay
71:54
if you were to look at David Hogg’s
71:56
Twitter last night it’s a 9:30 Eastern
72:01
and I know this because that’s when I
72:03
was scrolling through it
72:06
he considered today a big win for March
72:10
for our lives hmm because they stood up
72:15
to them and were peaceful even though he
72:17
said in the tweet we were afraid so we
72:21
went inside because we didn’t want to be
72:24
assassinated right but he said we were
72:27
we were peaceful to them and they didn’t
72:29
use violence against us this is a big
72:30
win for us is it a lot of people a lot
72:35
of people on the left are taking this as
72:38
a win for the left and it’s only because
72:41
they can’t spend this any other way it’s
72:44
hard to spin it that way the entire
72:47
argument like that is some backwards-ass
72:50
mental gymnastics that he is using the
72:53
entire argument for common Suns gun
72:55
control is that the average person just
72:58
simply cannot be trusted with these
72:59
kinds of weapons if you have this many
73:02
people with these kinds of weapons we’re
73:04
going to have large numbers of murders
73:06
people are gonna get killed innocent
73:08
people children students are gonna get
73:11
killed on mass if you allow say twenty
73:15
to thirty five thousand people to go
73:18
into a city all of them with weapons and
73:21
all of them angry with weapons too and
73:25
all of them there to say with their
73:28
weapons that they’re angry and to
73:32
demonstrate how dangerous that was there
73:36
were no crimes committed that day at all
73:41
not even just related I mean no one was
73:43
there was what like Hampi on said it was
73:46
a great day for crime two cities away
73:47
yeah one arrest but that one arrest in
73:55
Mechanicsville or whatever yeah I mean
73:58
it’s it’s it’s absurd like that
74:00
according to tried Quetta 331 over on
74:05
try Quetta 331 over on
74:07
YouTube we had Barrett Brandon and no
74:11
one died Oh Barrett Brandon oh man let
74:17
me find his picture hold on I think I
74:20
have it give me a second talk about
74:22
something and I’ll find his picture okay
74:24
but David Hogg March for our lives all
74:27
of these organizations all of these
74:29
people who are these neoliberal but if
74:32
socialist neo liberals they are all
74:36
taking this as though they have one the
74:39
fact that nobody committed an act of
74:42
violence the fact that nobody died the
74:44
fact that nobody the fact that nobody I
74:48
mean one person got arrested it was two
74:51
cities over according to ham fianc again
74:53
have to fact-check that but right nobody
74:57
got arrested in the city of Richmond
74:59
having to do with the protests on that
75:01
day and they’re trying to take it
75:05
because nobody died because no acts of
75:08
violence and said are peaceful ways one
75:10
know the fact that you had 20 to 35
75:14
thousand Second Amendment protestors out
75:19
there showing that the vast majority of
75:25
gun owners are not violent people you
75:28
know that’s why you were saying so that
75:30
they cleaned up the streets safer Kanchi
75:32
cleaned up the place you cleaned up the
75:33
streets it’s so absurd the people from
75:37
March for our lives have probably I’m
75:40
not gonna say they’ve never but have
75:41
probably never cleaned up the streets
75:43
after one of their rallies I can’t
75:46
guarantee it I don’t know even though
75:48
they even if they did no one has ever
75:50
claimed that March for our lives is
75:52
dangerous that the actual protesters are
75:55
dangerous I mean they’re trying to take
75:58
away Second Amendment rights under the
75:59
guise of protecting children right but I
76:02
mean they’re they themselves doing their
76:03
march aren’t gonna like directly try to
76:05
harm no one asserts that that’s gonna
76:06
happen but you know this gun rally was
76:08
gonna be incredibly dangerous and yeah
76:10
and yet you know we had to save
76:14
ourselves from being assassinated by
76:15
going inside of a building I have news
76:17
for you David if 22 235 thousand people
76:21
that were
76:21
armed wanted to kill you and they were
76:25
all in a city there is no building that
76:28
would protect you from that No
76:31
anywhere is not a single building in
76:34
Richmond that would have protected you
76:35
you could go into a NORAD base they’re
76:38
gonna get you yeah so this is what NORAD
76:41
would give them to you
76:45
this is Barrett Brandon so there’s a guy
76:48
as a gun shop owner and I believe West
76:49
Virginia and he showed up with this
76:51
Barrett 50 caliber sniper rifle which is
76:56
used to it’s actually well I mean it’s
76:58
used for many things but it’s it can
77:01
also be used to take down some tanks if
77:04
the sniper is good enough with it
77:05
and can hit the tank in the right spot
77:08
and he walked around with that he was a
77:11
crowd favorite people were taking photos
77:13
with him left and right they loved
77:14
Barrett Brandon crowd favorite
77:16
he was a crowd favorite now if Barrett
77:18
Brandon had wanted to kill someone in
77:21
that building they’d be dead he himself
77:26
could kill as many people in that
77:28
building as building as he wanted to
77:30
until someone took him out and yet
77:33
everyone made it home fine except for
77:37
the one chick two towns over who
77:40
wouldn’t take her mask off her beat her
77:43
before her bandanna off right which
77:46
there’s a whole subject that it’s now
77:48
against the law in sub-zero temperatures
77:51
or sub-freezing temperatures to cover
77:54
your face but it’s definitely the
77:59
problem gun owners are the problem not
78:00
an overbearing government it’s
78:01
definitely the gun owners that are the
78:03
problem there Matt yep side note on
78:08
Virginia that I realized today
78:10
everybody’s out there protesting gun
78:13
laws and there’s a bunch of other laws
78:15
on the books that some of us some people
78:18
might find a porn others of us are like
78:20
okay you know what I kind of agree with
78:21
that even as libertarians anarchists
78:24
whatever right but they’re two that I
78:26
found interesting and I find them
78:31
interesting only because they’re in the
78:32
same cycle
78:35
granted one is introduced by a
78:38
Republican the other is introduced by a
78:39
dimmer the one introduced by a Democrat
78:42
is the national national popular vote
78:45
compact in which whatever the popular
78:48
vote of the country is Virginia will put
78:50
its electoral delegates toward that
78:53
mm-hmm
78:54
toward that whatever the national
78:57
whoever gets the popular but the other
79:00
one was introduced by Amanda Chase who
79:03
is a Republican as I said would form an
79:05
electoral college in the state where
79:07
each one of the eleven congressional
79:09
districts gets one vote toward governor
79:11
in the majority vote in each district
79:13
would decide oh oh so instead of a
79:19
popular vote in Virginia it would get
79:21
rid of that it would be an electoral
79:23
college in the state in the state II
79:26
which would I’m guessing help
79:30
Republicans yeah because it would take
79:35
like the vast majority of the vast
79:39
majority highest concentration in
79:41
Virginia is is gonna be like your
79:43
Alexandria Arlington Fairfax the Nova
79:46
area that the notice you know where and
79:49
you know and then down near Virginia
79:52
Beach those are going to be the two
79:55
highest areas of concentration maybe
79:56
Richmond as well and the rest of the
80:01
state for the most part is very very
80:07
conservative right so that would give it
80:11
typically if I if I were to guess right
80:13
now seven to four Republicans every
80:17
single time now there are many different
80:21
debates about what’s better a national
80:23
popular vote or you know uh or state
80:27
popular vote electoral college drawing
80:30
straws whatever well ultimately you know
80:32
as an anarchist last week was it’s been
80:37
a week since I said that right been a
80:39
week as an anarchist I will tell you
80:42
that these are basically different
80:43
arguments about shuffling deck chairs on
80:45
a sinking ship that’s on fire filled
80:47
with people that are trying to murder
80:48
you
80:49
but the bottom line is I don’t know
80:54
about the one about how legal the the
80:56
one that would form an electoral college
80:58
in the state is I assume it probably is
81:00
legal I would assume that would depend
81:03
on the States Constitution that’s what
81:04
I’m saying I I don’t know I don’t know
81:06
how it is here’s what I can tell you the
81:09
national popular vote compact is
81:11
actually prohibited by the Constitution
81:14
there is something called a prohibition
81:17
on interstate compacts which is an
81:20
attempt by States to make a compact
81:23
between themselves without updating or
81:26
amending the Constitution to do it it’s
81:32
called the interest it’s it’s it’s a
81:33
prohibition on interstate compacts this
81:36
is literally called the national popular
81:39
vote compact because it is a compact
81:42
between the states now the person who
81:45
came up with NPV claims well it’s a
81:47
compact a name only it doesn’t actually
81:48
work that way and yet it is an agreement
81:52
that all of these states will agree to
81:55
do the same thing if everyone else
81:58
that’s signed on to it does the same
82:00
thing too it’s sort of a we’re all gonna
82:03
jump off at the same time agreement or
82:07
compact
82:09
that’s what a compact is leave it to an
82:14
anarchists to have to explain to lawyers
82:16
and politicians that this is blatantly
82:19
unconstitutional now does that mean that
82:21
the Supreme Court would actually nut up
82:24
and buck the states and say you can’t do
82:27
this if you want to have a national
82:28
popular vote you got to change it with
82:30
the Constitution that remains to be seen
82:32
but in terms of how it’s actually
82:34
written in the unfit to exist document
82:38
that governs us this is illegal
82:42
that mean it won’t happen but it is
82:44
illegal right yeah I just always enter
82:49
because both of these are in this cycle
82:51
granted I think one of them has a much
82:53
better chance of winning passing than
82:55
the other one right however if all of
83:00
these states who do the National Pop
83:02
compact if Trump somehow gets the
83:05
popular vote I’m like guys what He wills
83:11
Tweep he would sweep in that case what
83:15
happens if Trump gets the popular which
83:17
I don’t see happening but just imagine
83:19
the fever dream nightmare scenario for
83:21
every Democrat in this country if Donald
83:24
Trump gets wins Colossae I want a
83:30
hundred percent yeah because he will
83:32
yeah not only will he win not only will
83:36
he get your blue states electoral
83:39
college votes he’ll remind you of that
83:43
constantly he’ll be the one he will he
83:48
doesn’t win gracefully he will say
83:51
thanks to the you know the daffy
83:54
democrats or whatever he’ll call them
83:56
signing away their votes for the
83:59
national popular vote pot compact I got
84:03
100% of the of the electors that would
84:09
be hilarious and again we’re not Trump
84:11
fans on this show but that hilarious
84:14
kachra 331 said California’s got struck
84:17
down was that at the federal level or
84:19
was that at the like appeals court level
84:21
or by the Supreme Court I mean my again
84:23
my understanding from my understanding
84:29
from from you know how it’s written in
84:31
the Constitution is that this kind of
84:34
compact which would be an interstate a
84:36
compact specifically designed to subvert
84:39
the original process set forth in the
84:41
Constitution by them all just agreeing
84:44
to do something outside of that would be
84:47
okay so it’s at the state level yeah III
84:49
again we’ve seen how many times the
84:53
Supreme Court goes oh is this popular
84:56
okay well we’ll just do what that we saw
84:59
it when they first made after about 50
85:03
years of trying to pass immigration
85:05
restrictions that were ruled
85:07
unconstitutional by the Supreme Court
85:09
because they were the Democrats were
85:11
finally able to get enough of their
85:13
favored justices in place to look
85:16
at the Chinese Exclusion axe and say oh
85:20
yeah no this is fine because people are
85:22
commerce and that same skewed definition
85:25
is caught of Commerce has been used as a
85:27
excuse and rationalization for
85:29
everything from the Obamacare mandate to
85:31
all sorts of different gun control laws
85:32
all of these things are very exclusively
85:34
not allowed explicitly not not allowed
85:37
as per the Bill of Rights in the 10th
85:39
amendment but they do it so could happen
85:42
it could absolutely happen
85:43
great so speaking of things that can
85:47
happen it’s time now for the personal
85:51
injury attorney Chris Reynolds attorney
85:53
at law
85:53
Aker calling moment Matt well great day
85:57
in the morning great day in the morning
85:59
great day in the morning so we finally
86:03
after what 2 3 weeks I think this is the
86:09
first time chris has called in this year
86:11
well that’s it this decade this decade
86:14
it’s been a decade it has been a decade
86:17
since we last heard any questions from
86:20
personal injury attorney Chris Reynolds
86:23
attorney at law Chris Reynolds how the
86:25
hell are you I have it’s been a decade I
86:28
ain’t seen you in a junebugs age no no I
86:36
combine two things there you did I
86:39
haven’t seen you in a
86:40
oh no no don’t
86:45
so let’s go with this first one from
86:50
Chris Reynolds personal injury attorney
86:55
Chris Reynolds here with your AOC
86:57
Millenial minute
86:59
so as a trial attorney myself watching
87:02
the impeachment trial makes me think
87:07
that I’m watching something that really
87:08
doesn’t resemble a trial in so many ways
87:12
more ways than I can fit on this 60
87:14
second message that I’m allowed to give
87:16
so I guess really my question would
87:20
would be more of you know I guess one
87:24
why don’t we have codified rules about
87:28
something so important
87:30
and two what rules would you all use to
87:36
do this to to govern the impeachment
87:40
hearings so thanks I’ll let you go on
87:44
this one first Matt cuz my answer is
87:46
simple so I mean we’re gonna get into
87:52
the impeachment right here in a minute
87:55
and we’re gonna we’re getting deep into
87:57
this yeah buckle in if you thought this
88:02
but we um so you’re right there are no
88:07
codified rules on how impeachment works
88:09
ibrehem each minutes gonna be different
88:11
from the impeachment before it because
88:15
of that a lot of arguing and bickering
88:17
happens beforehand as we’ve all been
88:20
watching I’m assuming that everybody
88:21
that’s watching us right now is kind of
88:24
up to date on everything that’s
88:25
happening because we have a higher than
88:30
average intelligence I guess we have a
88:34
very high intelligence a intelligent
88:38
number of intelligent people watching
88:40
the show we have a very hyatt I don’t
88:44
even want to say high IQ they’re just
88:45
super brilliant and and and and pretty
88:48
too beautiful P I’m on the pulse of
88:51
what’s happening in this world thumb on
88:53
the pulse and just looking looking on
88:56
fleet up at all times just just gorgeous
89:00
just freakin ravishing wake up in the
89:03
morning don’t even have to put on any
89:04
makeup just like this audience out there
89:08
best-looking and smartest audience in
89:11
history yes easily
89:15
so you’ve seen all of the turmoil that’s
89:17
going on with the impeachment Oh should
89:20
we use these rules should we not use
89:21
these rules we want new rules whatever
89:25
as to why there’s never been any rules
89:28
written down for this I can’t answer
89:30
that that makes no sense to me you
89:32
didn’t think that it would have put
89:33
something together but that never
89:39
happened now had they’re like what rule
89:41
should there be I’d
89:43
I know it’s all a charade it really
89:52
doesn’t matter yeah like this is a
89:54
purely political
89:55
this is puke today today’s is purely
89:58
Plitt Italy today so purely political
90:03
however yep even the ones in the past
90:07
purely political um all of its been
90:11
purely political and it’s just been a
90:12
way to try to gain support for one
90:15
particular party and right yeah it kind
90:17
of backfires on them now as far as what
90:23
roles there should be I would say you
90:25
should need an actual judge mm-hmm there
90:31
isn’t one that’s interesting like them
90:34
that will get into that more but I would
90:38
say at bare minimum at bare bare minimum
90:41
you need an actual impartial good luck
90:47
judge that would be a fun one because
90:53
then you get a how are you gonna pick
90:55
who that judges there’s my answer
90:57
could you imagine trying to get somebody
90:59
passed the Congress yeah exactly like
91:04
who is the Senate and agree don’t happen
91:07
by now nobody would get selected right
91:09
exactly
91:10
so my answer Chris is that the reason it
91:14
set up this way is because it’s entirely
91:17
political this is not to find out if
91:20
someone committed a crime even if that
91:24
might have been the intention it’s to
91:26
find out if they have the political will
91:28
in Congress to remove the president and
91:32
they do their best to you know influence
91:35
public opinion to try to put pressure on
91:37
wavering politicians to either support
91:39
it or not support it depending on which
91:41
side you’re on that’s literally all it
91:44
is it’s a big it is the definition I
91:47
don’t know if it’s a definition but it
91:49
is a prime example of a true kangaroo
91:52
court where it’s just all about the
91:54
political unless you have a clear
91:57
case of murder or fraud or something
91:59
like that something like obstruction of
92:02
Congress is or contempt of Congress or
92:07
whatever it is that’s how pretty like
92:09
what you didn’t help Congress I mean I
92:14
don’t know I mean is that not considered
92:17
a checker balance I I I’m not I’m not
92:19
sure but but regardless it’s it’s a
92:22
purely political process so they
92:24
intentionally keep it super vague so
92:26
that whoever is in charge can make the
92:28
rules in a way that befits them as much
92:31
as possible my solution to it is anarchy
92:37
it’s in Turkey now I do have an
92:39
impeachment plan as part of its plank
92:43
number nine of my verbal agreement for
92:46
an even better America that is part of
92:49
my platform with vermin supreme is to
92:52
impeach every member of the Supreme
92:54
Court and replace him with the janitor
92:56
whose name is Reginald and he will be
92:59
our King now I am NOT against extending
93:02
that to the executive and Congress I am
93:06
fine with the I believe that the the
93:12
rule of King Reginald will be fair and
93:15
firm as needed and so I’m fine with that
93:20
go ahead and we’re gonna get into this
93:24
in a minute but literally this is gonna
93:27
be breaking news but you’ll be able to
93:31
see just how much of a political show
93:32
this all is all right here’s next with
93:37
the breaking news when we talk about
93:39
breaking news coming soon personal
93:42
injury attorney Chris Reynolds here with
93:44
Trump time so as Trump is the defendant
93:48
in his impeachment trial he of course is
93:53
halfway around the world at the Davos
93:56
summit fighting with good old Greta
94:00
which I know that the
94:02
mutti use waters media aren’t a huge fan
94:05
of Greta either I would love your all
94:09
his thoughts on the the summit the World
94:13
Economic Forum summit and the fact that
94:17
Donald Trump doesn’t have to attend his
94:20
own trial
94:21
Thanks oh the impeach betrayal I mean
94:27
listen Davos is an attempt of large
94:33
established governments presiding over
94:36
developed economies to basically
94:38
entrench themselves and so then what
94:40
happens is you have special interests
94:43
like environmentalists like Greta Thune
94:46
Berg or the I should say the people who
94:49
are behind Greta Thune Berg to go and
94:52
pressure them to pass restrictions and
94:55
and and and pledges like the Paris
94:57
Accord that day themselves will not
94:59
actually abide by but they convert you
95:01
signal back to their constituents that
95:03
they’re doing something which they’re
95:04
actually not and which ultimately
95:06
accomplishes nothing because even if the
95:09
entire Western world stopped producing
95:11
carbon that entire loss of carbon output
95:14
would be completely offset by gains in
95:17
China and India within the decade and
95:23
that and the Trump trial thing I mean
95:26
that’s wealthy and powerful people
95:27
rarely have to attend their trial they
95:29
usually just let the trial commenced
95:32
while they’re off doing something else
95:34
and this isn’t really a trial it’s a
95:35
political exercise so did you have
95:41
anything to add to that no I can’t maybe
95:43
I mean kind of hid everything there okay
95:48
so now we have one more from John Gould
95:53
actually nobody it’s Chris runnel
95:57
personal injury attorney Chris Reynolds
95:59
here with your baseball break by the way
96:02
I’m liking Chris you know I I think he’s
96:04
he’s got his own podcasting rig his is
96:07
uh he’s getting a bit of a radio voice
96:10
there yeah he’s getting good in it that
96:12
the quality sounding good to know he’s
96:14
not doing it in his
96:15
anymore he’s being serious about this
96:17
I’m liking it I’m like he’s becoming our
96:20
third our third co-host I’m cool with it
96:22
so with the recent revelations that we
96:29
have had some cheating going on with
96:31
both the Houston Astros and Boston Red
96:35
Sox there’s been a petition okay first
96:40
of all we know that there was cheating
96:41
with the Houston Astros there’s been an
96:43
investigation we know that this has
96:46
happened mm-hmm
96:47
there is no evidence that the 2018 world
96:51
champion Boston Red Sox cheated even
96:53
though they had the person that was in
96:55
charge no investigation has happened
97:00
that I am going to hold off on for all
97:03
of eternity because they didn’t cheat
97:11
you can continue and I believe Los
97:15
Angeles for the Dodgers to actually have
97:21
the the World Series title for the last
97:26
couple of years vacating the titles for
97:28
the Red Sox and for the Houston Astros
97:31
and I’d love to hear your guys’s
97:34
thoughts on whether or not you think
97:36
that it was wrong what what was done by
97:39
the Astros and Red Sox or if it was
97:44
perfectly permissible thanks so a couple
97:50
things wrong with what Chris said one
97:53
day already said that the titles are not
97:56
going to be vacated so the Houston
98:01
Astros get to keep their World Champion
98:03
World Series championship 2017 but they
98:07
have a series of fines and something
98:11
about international trading I can’t
98:13
remember what it was they ended up
98:15
firing a bunch of people in their
98:17
organization and they have a whole new
98:21
staff from that but they get to keep
98:27
their they get to keep their chain
98:29
in ships so they’re not gonna be
98:31
vacating any other Championships okay
98:33
especially because the players on the
98:36
Astros have all gone oh yeah we were
98:38
doing that they headed this whole
98:40
trashcan thing figured out and the Red
98:45
Sox have not been found because there’s
98:46
been no investigation yet so and they
98:49
already fired the manager who they hired
98:51
from Houston so they’re getting out
98:55
ahead of that one now should it be
98:59
allowed they were stealing signs they
99:05
were figuring out what people signs were
99:08
and then when through use of video
99:13
cameras and through use of other
99:15
electronic devices and using Apple
99:19
watches they were like sending what
99:21
pitch was coming next
99:24
should it be allowed I don’t have even
99:29
they’re doing the signs out there in the
99:32
open if you figure out what the sign is
99:34
can you really blame them should it be
99:39
illegal I don’t know it doesn’t matter
99:40
it’s baseball I’m certain that sign
99:44
stealing has been going on for literally
99:48
since the beginning of baseball over a
99:50
century now Matt Wright did this to a
99:54
waffle there is nothing wrong with that
99:57
either
100:04
Chris thanks again for this amazing
100:06
personal injury attorney Chris Reynolds
100:08
attorney at law
100:09
Anker Colin moment I always knows he
100:11
signs out shortly before we start those
100:13
and I wonder if he ever goes back to
100:15
listen I hope he does cuz he sounds
100:17
great
100:18
he does he’s sounding really good unless
100:20
he I was he’s stepping his game up for
100:24
this new decade guys um twenty twenty
100:27
twenty Chris so speaking of I don’t know
100:32
cheating that doesn’t matter and the
100:37
impeachment trial officially began today
100:42
right on Tuesday okay today Donald
100:45
Trump’s impeachment that was voted on a
100:50
month ago begun today today his peak
100:57
attorney team consists of oh I should
100:59
have gotten pictures of these people
101:01
Alan I helped get oh joy off Dershowitz
101:04
so that’s actually I mean that’s pretty
101:05
good pic actually Ken I successfully
101:08
impeached Clinton Starr they apparently
101:11
work for the star der schwarze a law
101:14
firm with the slogan we got Epstein the
101:17
best deal in the history of paedophile
101:19
deals he didn’t kill himself
101:23
you didn’t kill himself that’s the end
101:25
of that slogan right the media has been
101:28
hit and Trump a little bit for choosing
101:29
Epstein’s lawyers but the media seems to
101:32
have forgotten they have been defending
101:33
him for years you know and covering up
101:37
the story counts as defending him yeah
101:40
like like now they hate him right now
101:43
it’s like Oh everybody hates them so
101:45
it’s fine it’s fine like we’ve been
101:48
literally covering up any reporter who
101:50
tries to expose this we just squash it
101:54
and refused to publish it right but now
101:57
he sucks we hate him but always really
102:00
report on whether or not he killed
102:02
himself they’re just like no no you have
102:07
to go to like frickin British newspapers
102:09
and you know conservative media and
102:12
libertarian media to find anything about
102:15
that even though there’s a whole
102:17
evidence and reason to think that either
102:21
someone murdered him or he didn’t die
102:25
and he’s now living wherever would you
102:28
know facial reconstructive surgery they
102:30
certainly have the funds and the means
102:31
to do something like that either way he
102:33
didn’t kill himself he definitely did
102:35
not kill himself
102:36
so the Democrats chose their a-team to
102:39
convict Trump consisting of Adam Schiff
102:48
who I am convinced is Andy Kaufman it
102:53
would not surprise me engaging in like
102:56
the longest lead-up to a punch line ever
103:00
yeah yeah honey a person if anyone would
103:05
do it it would be him if anyone would
103:07
fake their death like 40 years ago so
103:10
that they can come back 30 he didn’t die
103:16
in 19 he died in like 80 he died like 80
103:18
in the 80s or late 70s all right no I
103:21
thought it was late 80s it was like 88
103:27
we’re not doing this show until I find
103:29
out 84
103:31
okay 46 year 36 years Matt 36 years to
103:39
come back as a congressman to punch
103:41
Donald Trump’s impeachment I telling you
103:45
I think it’s so Adam chef
103:47
Jerry Naylor which by the way I refuse
103:51
is that Dressler isn’t it I don’t know
103:54
if it’s knave learn Adler I’ve always
103:56
said an idler boom
103:57
regardless I don’t trust any man who
103:59
wears his pants above his nipples Hakeem
104:03
Jeffries Zoe Lofgren Val Demmings Sylvia
104:08
Garcia and Jason Crowe the a-team Hakeem
104:14
Jeffries of course being mr. T of the of
104:17
the impeachment trial put that man on a
104:21
helicopter and see how he reacts uh but
104:23
it’s not pretty no and legitimately when
104:25
I was looking at this lineup the only
104:27
thing I could think of was that they
104:30
were picked by the casting director
104:31
of an ABC Family TV show from the 90s
104:36
yeah no this really looks like oh that
104:39
looks so much better than yeah no diet
104:41
wasn’t I would have tried to make the
104:42
real house managers of impeachment trial
104:44
a little bit more 90s style fair because
104:49
that looks today yeah I did that ten
104:52
minutes before going alive so you’re
104:53
welcome thank you yeah cuz this is that
104:57
out there was oh I tried man no you did
105:00
you tried you did try but this is this
105:05
is better oh that’s that’s a lot better
105:07
I’m really glad you went with that one
105:08
thank you
105:10
no it it it feels kind of it feels like
105:15
a terrible episode of friends
105:16
it really does it’s like on this special
105:20
episode of nothing about white people
105:24
this looks like a terrible episode of
105:29
like this looks like something that was
105:31
on ABC Family back in the day when they
105:32
were like we need diversity and
105:34
everything give me one of each it’s like
105:36
a really bad Seinfeld
105:39
living single mashup that no one asked
105:45
for wanted or needed so that’s that’s
105:52
certainly how that happened to Ted Cruz
105:56
had something to say he said I think
105:58
it’s certainly possible that this trial
105:59
could go could last one or two weeks on
106:02
the other hand if the Senate makes the
106:03
decision to go down the road of
106:05
additional witnesses that could extend
106:07
it to six to eight weeks or even longer
106:09
and I’m the Zodiac killer my dad killed
106:13
John Kennedy now a man I sent anthrax to
106:16
myself go ahead now imagine you are
106:23
senator Sanders Warren Klobuchar yep I
106:27
think that yeah that’s all that’s all of
106:30
them now you were one of those three
106:33
senators you are stuck in DC you have to
106:38
be there every day you can’t have your
106:42
phone
106:44
oh you can’t have a phone no oh yeah
106:50
you cannot have a phone uh-uh you can’t
106:53
have like a tablet nothing like that you
106:55
were there for this this is what you
106:58
were focusing on you have no contact
107:02
anything that you want to send out you
107:04
give to a page and a page we’ll run it
107:06
out to your staff and the staff can do
107:07
it but you can’t do any of it they want
107:12
Joe Biden to get this so bad why did
107:16
they wait a month this is primary season
107:22
I know one Biden Buddha judge possibly
107:33
stay steyr yeah yeah like again like we
107:43
said political theater this is all a
107:46
circus I think it’s in you’re watching
107:49
the guy with the spinning plates over
107:51
here
107:51
yeah well the I’ve never been to a
107:57
circus don’t describe it what happened
108:03
for the others
108:04
the circus met I get the spinning plates
108:09
guy here big hit at the circus way down
108:11
over there over there you’ve got the
108:13
trapeze artists whatever reasoning
108:16
plates guys over here distracting us cuz
108:18
one just felt it was stuff oh that’s
108:20
terrible
108:21
I know awful right they should just
108:23
bring back the elephants I know they
108:25
said it was cruelty but I mean no they
108:28
don’t elephants are all stuck in this in
108:31
it no that’s true
108:34
oh the elephants are in the Senate no so
108:40
I am I gonna be debating Tom Steyer yeah
108:48
either Tom Steyer or Pete Buddha judge
108:53
possibly Bloomberg but I’m down
108:58
dad these are all like you said this is
109:03
all coming up spike guys for those who
109:06
don’t know and this is not a joke
109:08
I am the prohibitive favorite to be
109:11
nominated vice-president for the
109:14
Libertarian Party right now yeah like
109:17
that’s real not a joke not a joke
109:23
like that’s probably 70/30 what’s gonna
109:28
happen right now so all that said I say
109:38
for those who don’t know it’s probably
109:39
why you’re watching all that said just
109:44
in case you didn’t know this guy’s I
109:49
could be debating Tom Steyer this is
109:52
freaking crazy
109:53
so what else out in here tweets two
109:56
weeks before Iowa two weeks before is
110:01
gonna go through Super Tuesday
110:04
hopefully cry they are starting this and
110:11
they’re arguing for more witnesses they
110:17
don’t want this over quick
110:20
think about it the Dems don’t want this
110:23
over quick they don’t want this over
110:26
quick the Republicans a lot of them are
110:27
like hey let’s get this over over with
110:29
the Dems are like no let’s drag this
110:31
thing out let’s stretch it Super Tuesday
110:34
through Super Tuesday let’s make it that
110:37
the only people that can campaign are
110:42
not Bernie or Warren or what’s that so I
110:51
was saying the only people who can
110:53
campaign are but you were going the
110:55
opposite way yeah no I’m yeah you know
110:57
Tom not Bernie not Klobuchar are not
110:59
Warren basically the most importantly
111:01
not Bernie or Warren right only Biden
111:05
Buddha judge steyr freaking Bloomberg if
111:08
he meant
111:10
hooker just drop out record okay okay he
111:13
dropped out but he’s in the Senate
111:15
anyway he’s gonna send it anyway so I
111:16
mean this marianne williamson should
111:21
unsuspended because holy crap like Tulsi
111:26
Tulsi he’s got a shot too like Josie
111:33
that’s on phone for a month on on the he
111:37
tea the most hot part of the of the
111:40
primary the most critical part they
111:42
can’t even call anyone
111:43
right now once they get out of jury duty
111:49
they got jury duty right once they once
111:54
they get out of session they can they
111:55
can get on the phone they can do
111:56
everything okay okay okay so it’s only
111:59
while they’re there but but still yeah
112:01
these things they’re all day they’re all
112:05
day and they’re talking about these
112:07
things starting in the morning and going
112:09
to like 2 or 3 in the morning it’s it’s
112:15
insane like anybody who is paying
112:17
attention sees that the Democrats are
112:22
going provided they want it so obvious
112:25
at this point it is so obvious now this
112:27
procedures no go ahead this is a very
112:32
odd procedure yeah the way that like as
112:34
Chris said in his comment like there are
112:37
no rules this is the Thunderdome John
112:43
Roberts presides over the hearing but
112:45
his power is absolutely minimal and I’m
112:50
gonna get to that in a minute but that
112:52
doesn’t lessen the amount both parties
112:54
are leaning on him about witnesses
112:56
because as I said Democrats want more
112:59
witnesses Republicans don’t which is so
113:02
weird if I were a Republican I’m like I
113:07
want to talk to everybody
113:08
oh yeah I want to get everybody in here
113:13
I want to drag this through November if
113:17
I’m a Republican I’m gonna wrap this
113:19
thing up about October you’re not late
113:23
so Democrats say sample a trial can’t be
113:26
fair with can’t be a fair one without
113:29
witnesses right which is true yeah you
113:32
are on trial for something
113:34
witnesses are gonna be coming in to give
113:37
their side of the story to try to get
113:39
you in jail right
113:42
Republicans counter that if Roberts
113:44
rules not Robert’s Rules is in the
113:48
proper order right that we but so John
113:51
Roberts if he rules that witnesses can’t
113:55
like there are gonna get new witnesses
113:57
he will have to recuse himself from
113:59
every Supreme Court case on Trump’s
114:02
claims of executive privilege over
114:04
potential witnesses like former national
114:06
security adviser john bolton and acting
114:07
chief of staff Mick Mulvaney which takes
114:12
somebody out of the Supreme Court for
114:14
these rulings but it takes Roberts out
114:19
who if anything would be sympathetic to
114:21
Trump so woody Trump said that he was a
114:25
disgrace oh but the whole thing’s
114:33
ridiculous anyway because no matter
114:34
which way he decides the Senate can vote
114:36
to overturn the ruling with simple
114:37
majority and arguments on whether or not
114:40
Roberts should be allowed to vote in
114:41
case of ties have taken over right
114:44
because so let’s say Roberts decides for
114:48
witnesses right he’s like yeah we’re
114:50
gonna do witnesses put it to a vote to
114:52
the Senate right a simple majority 51
114:55
senators says no we’re not gonna allow
114:59
it
115:00
Roberts ruling is overturned and there
115:07
are no witnesses so what’s the point of
115:09
having like it’s such a weird process I
115:13
don’t know like this is literally
115:14
gestate like this is literally just set
115:18
up to like obfuscate things so that Joe
115:21
Biden can get the nomination it’s such a
115:23
mess in 1999 when judge Rehnquist was
115:27
presiding over the Clinton impeachment
115:31
at one point he went to say something
115:35
and he hit the button on his microphone
115:37
and he went to the sergeant of arms of
115:41
the senator or whatever it’s called and
115:43
he said hey my microphone button isn’t
115:45
working he is oh you don’t control that
115:46
we do you only get to speak when we say
115:50
you can speak oh wow like the only time
115:55
that John Roberts is allowed to speak is
115:58
when the Senate gives him permission
116:05
that’s like the jury now granted in the
116:09
Senate it’s a little bit different
116:10
because they in the Senate they act as
116:12
judge jury and executioner right all
116:15
right yeah yeah right but this is sort
116:20
of like the jury sitting there going
116:25
sorry judge you can’t say anything
116:27
during this entire thing until we say
116:29
okay you can look you can now speak you
116:31
can now voice your opinion if we don’t
116:34
like what the defendant what the defense
116:39
says but we if we don’t like that we
116:42
might let you speak if we like what the
116:44
prosecution says we’ll let you speak
116:46
like it’s the weirdest it’s the weirdest
116:49
procedure that’s a weird thing and
116:51
Republicans are saying they don’t even
116:52
think that the Chief Justice should be
116:54
able to break a tie with with a vote
116:57
that just that if there’s a tie vote it
117:00
doesn’t win because it’s a Senate
117:02
proceeding right and in the Senate if
117:05
you get a tie if you get so if you
117:10
depending on the type of oh if you don’t
117:12
get 60 votes it doesn’t matter if you’ve
117:14
got 50 or 51 doesn’t matter either and I
117:16
guess in committee if there’s a tie vote
117:19
you don’t have the vice president come
117:21
in it just fails you have to get a
117:22
majority so what a weird thing in Trump
117:27
is his legal teams arguing that the
117:29
houses articles of impeachment were
117:31
frivolous and dangerous and should be
117:32
swiftly rejected by the Senate offering
117:34
a detailed legal defense for why he
117:36
shouldn’t be removed from office back on
117:38
national national cheese lovers day
117:40
right now throughout today’s hearing
117:45
there were three amendments put up by
117:51
Chuck Schumer to the impeachment
117:54
presiding resolution how this entire
117:58
things going on all three of them were
118:01
struck down 53 to 47 which for all of
118:04
those out there counting is dead along
118:07
party lines all three of them mm-hmm now
118:13
the breaking news that I’m going to be
118:18
reading directly from MSN fake news
118:22
because that’s the update that I got
118:25
several Senate Democrats are privately
118:27
discussing the possibility of calling
118:29
Republicans Bluff on witnesses weighing
118:32
an unusual trade in president Trump’s
118:34
impeachment trial they are bargaining
118:38
witnesses the testimony of hunter Biden
118:43
for the testimony of John Bolton what if
118:53
you’re a Democrat anything that results
118:59
in some of your main competitors for the
119:04
primary nomination being taken off the
119:06
field for an interminable amount of
119:08
interminable amount of time and also you
119:13
have to have hunter Biden explain the
119:15
whole Purisima thing there is no good
119:19
trade off it seems to me it’s so weird
119:21
that it’s the Democrats pushing for the
119:24
trial to be longer and the Republicans
119:26
pushing for it to be shorter it’s almost
119:29
it almost strikes me as a Brer Rabbit
119:32
you know don’t throw me into the briar
119:35
patch type of situation it’s like the
119:37
Republicans are saying oh no please
119:39
don’t take the candidates you have that
119:42
are the most likely to beat hours off
119:45
the field indefinitely during the most
119:50
crucial part of the primary season and
119:53
leaving instead the most hated ones and
119:58
people who –
119:59
to to campaign he hated he so we he’s
120:04
his his problem is he’s relatively
120:07
well-liked except with black people and
120:11
if you’re a Democrat he’s not liked by
120:15
Bernie people he’s not liked by well
120:16
that’s true no you’re right the
120:18
left-wing like yeah that’s true he’s
120:20
like bye-bye more people yeah Chloe
120:23
charter people yeah that’s about it he’s
120:27
liked by boomers he he’s the the the
120:33
boomer Democrat caricature for what a
120:35
respectable gay person would be like
120:37
right and so they’re comfortable with
120:39
that and it will allow them in the same
120:41
way that they want I’m not racist all I
120:42
voted for a black president they’ll be
120:44
able to go I’m not homophobic vote for
120:46
Pete Buddha change right
120:50
it is so astounding this entire thing is
120:54
so obviously a farce okay so first of
121:00
all you’ve got Nancy Pelosi who came out
121:02
and said we’ve been working on this for
121:04
four years meaning that they’ve been
121:06
trying to impeach Donald Trump for four
121:08
years they did not care for what that
121:11
does not mean that this is an impartial
121:13
thing we’re so we’re trying to protect
121:14
the Constitution no trying to get rid of
121:17
Donald Trump for four years right you
121:19
said it you said it only yeah and so
121:23
many people wouldn’t care is this Nancy
121:26
Pelosi’s for DHS that she wants Donald
121:30
Trump to get reelected and for the
121:32
Democrats to take over the House and
121:34
Senate because she thinks probably is
121:37
correctly so that she’d be able to get
121:39
more progressive agenda passed by a
121:43
Republican president and a Democrat
121:46
Congress than by a Democrat president
121:48
and a Democrat Congress or am I just is
121:51
this black helicopter so because I don’t
121:56
think that them going into impeachment
121:58
helps them in the House or Senate no but
122:03
structurally this is the six years after
122:07
the 2014 Republican landslide so the
122:11
Republicans are assured ly going to Lucy
122:13
in the Senate they would have to do they
122:15
would have to massively over over
122:17
perform because they have way too many
122:19
seats so even if it’s a normal election
122:21
cycle where they do evenly they’re gonna
122:23
lose at least eight two or three seats
122:25
so if you think so if you think about it
122:28
going back to earlier to the Virginia
122:30
stuff with Trump’s tweet yeah Republican
122:33
to protect yourself from us you said
122:36
it’s going to bolts you said it’s gonna
122:38
bolster his people it is it’s certainly
122:41
that will definitely help I don’t know
122:43
if it’ll be enough to help them over
122:45
over perform that much but it’ll
122:46
certainly help more than if hadn’t
122:47
happened
122:48
no personal prediction right now okay
122:51
this definitely has room to change yeah
122:54
depending on what happens throughout the
122:56
rest of this year right now based on the
122:59
fact that they’re going ahead with this
123:01
impeachment the fact that is obviously a
123:03
farce then personally I think that she’s
123:05
doing it because she wants Biden to get
123:06
the nomination
123:07
hmm I see that the Republicans regain
123:11
the house and stay even maybe gained one
123:15
in the Senate this election Wow that is
123:18
a bold prediction no it’s okay it’s a
123:20
bold prediction actually and actually
123:22
I’m not sure if they regained the house
123:23
but they gained seats in the house would
123:25
be a better way to put that okay okay in
123:27
the house and they gained one to lose
123:30
one to stay even plus or minus one they
123:33
are no my prediction is that they lose a
123:38
negligible number of seats in the House
123:40
and possibly keep their their Senate
123:48
Majority maybe not but possibly keep
123:51
their Senate Majority and Vermont
123:54
Supreme and I are your next president
123:55
and vice president if Furman Supreme and
123:59
I do not get the nomination then I see
124:01
Trump getting reelected that’s my
124:04
prediction but in terms of the House and
124:06
Senate I do think that the Republicans
124:07
will lose I think they might lose less
124:09
than they were going to um actually they
124:12
might gain in the house I mean that
124:13
that’s that’s an every two year cycle so
124:15
it’s it’s possible that they might that
124:17
they might gain or just a I think it’s
124:19
not gonna be a big difference one way or
124:20
another I don’t think it’s gonna be
124:22
enough to change who’s in control yeah
124:24
the Senate’s gonna be the Republicans
124:26
are gonna gain
124:27
especially in Trump heavy like Trump
124:29
states where Trump is very popular right
124:32
with Democratic congressman yeah
124:36
that’s where they’re gonna have their
124:38
biggest swings
124:39
I can see Virginia heavily voting for
124:45
Republicans dad I can see I can see
124:47
Virginia L poor outperforming for
124:49
Republicans but again keep in mind if
124:51
you look at the states that Republicans
124:53
won in 2014 that they were not expected
124:55
to win in they’re now having to defend
124:57
that in 2020 III do think they’re gonna
125:00
lose in the Senate but I mean it’s gonna
125:02
be it’s gonna be hard to tell I mean
125:04
again you know we’ve got yeah we’ve got
125:08
a long way to go to tighten these up
125:10
yeah but based on based on this like
125:14
when when the Republicans did the
125:17
impeachment of Donald Bill Clinton when
125:21
the Republicans did the impeachment of
125:23
Bill Clinton in 99 mm-hmm the Republican
125:26
won the presidency but the demo but the
125:33
Democrats did or no sorry in 98 mm after
125:36
the impeachment had started yep when
125:39
they were first going through with it
125:40
the Democrats outperformed everything
125:43
that they thought Democrats were going
125:45
to do that’s true that’s true
125:46
and I’m basing it strictly on that on
125:48
why I believe this okay and and it could
125:51
very well be yeah like you said I mean
125:53
it’s very far out so we will see but ya
125:58
know this is a total circus with all the
126:00
plates spinning one would expect at the
126:02
circus I not the ones I was at but but
126:07
all the clowns are getting in the car do
126:10
they do that they do the clowns and they
126:12
do the elephants well the trapeze artist
126:14
is falling yeah yeah and then maybe
126:17
maybe they do maybe they do the plates I
126:19
don’t that’s more of a on a variety show
126:21
thing than I than a circus but maybe
126:23
they do that at the circus – I’m not
126:24
sure
126:24
speaking of circuses I’ve got some
126:28
campaign updates for the Fuhrman spike
126:31
twenty20 campaign that’s been just
126:34
picking up all sorts of steam Matt it’s
126:39
a real thing that’s really
126:40
happening it’s a real thing that’s
126:42
really evident like it’s really
126:43
happening I will say if I’m gonna
126:46
interject on your campaign update here
126:47
sure Georgia first big shout out to Ryan
126:52
and the rest of the yes where do Georgia
126:55
got a great job their convention good
126:58
time was very well put on very
127:02
professional yeah big shout out to Tom
127:05
Arnold and the rest of 3l yes they did
127:09
fantastic the bait amazing
127:12
yeah just awesome awesome job by them
127:18
big shout out to the convention center
127:20
for keeping that coffee flowing because
127:22
thank you
127:24
that was a good venue I mean that was it
127:26
that’s a really nice man that was nice
127:28
and there was plenty of room it was I
127:30
was very happy the Tennessee one was
127:32
that you weren’t at that but the
127:33
Tennessee one was nice to these four
127:34
good places for conventions now
127:36
absolutely and but yeah it was great the
127:40
debate the debate was fantastical rific
127:44
yeah the debate was fantastic the the
127:48
entire panel was entertaining in some
127:56
way yes correct
127:58
that will give you everyone there had
128:01
every everyone in that panel was
128:04
entertaining in their own special way
128:05
yes our own special way everybody was
128:07
manning wittingly or not what a couple
128:10
of people I had never heard of that
128:11
really impressed me with their
128:13
performances
128:13
mhm there were people that I had heard
128:16
of that did not impress me but I wasn’t
128:19
expecting them to yeah I’m not gonna
128:21
name names no chafing
128:25
we talked about one earlier but all in
128:31
all it was it was a great convention
128:32
nice job to Ryan and the rest of the
128:34
crew up there in Georgia yeah Eric
128:37
Fontaine is watching right now he is one
128:39
of the delegates very fine thank you to
128:43
everybody who turned out thank you to
128:44
everybody who showed up and again good
128:48
job by the entire party the state party
128:51
of Georgia that was that was well done
128:53
yeah
128:54
that was very well done that was one of
128:55
the best conventions I have been to this
128:59
year yeah no it was it was this decade
129:03
this decade it was the best one this
129:05
decade Tennessee was great too Georgia
129:08
was great again yeah 3l productions did
129:11
it does incredible work they are really
129:14
helping to professionalize the content
129:15
that’s put out by the various state and
129:17
national libertarian party it really
129:20
taking us into the twenty twenty first
129:22
century with this stuff the into the the
129:25
social media and Internet age with
129:27
amazingly high quality video the
129:31
Libertarian Party of Georgia terrific
129:34
job with their convention had an
129:36
absolute blast even during the boring
129:38
parts they kept it interesting um so I
129:41
mean really really good job shout out to
129:43
Joe Jorgenson for the pizza and hot
129:44
wings the vivacious pizza and I went Mae
129:47
Bassett E um
129:50
shout out to mark Whitney who apparently
129:52
hosted a barbecue that we missed the
129:55
night before but uh real quick if
129:58
anybody doesn’t know who mark Whitney is
130:01
yeah go research this guy yeah
130:06
not not endorsing anybody I’m not
130:09
endorsing anybody at all through yeah
130:11
yeah entire thing but he’s a really
130:15
interesting guy that and he had he used
130:19
to be a stand-up he was a stand-up
130:22
comedian yeah and he’s actually think he
130:24
still is I think he still is a stand-up
130:26
comedian yeah he might be yeah and he’s
130:28
got a one-man show that I don’t remember
130:30
in the name of fool for a client yes
130:34
fool for a client that was really good
130:38
yeah it was funny it was funny it was
130:40
good funny and it was a great story yeah
130:45
and it’s all true you know and it’s it’s
130:49
good yeah it’s good you should
130:52
definitely check it out yeah and he did
130:53
a good job at the performance I wish I
130:55
he didn’t stick around for the after
130:57
party so I didn’t get to talk to him
130:58
much but ya know it was a great
131:01
performance um as we said before the
131:03
debate went very well vermin spring came
131:05
in third
131:07
Choa Jorgensen came and second Adam
131:09
kokachin first the southeast is very and
131:13
and this was part of why I was picked as
131:17
vermin asked me to be his VP nominee or
131:20
his VP candidate was because the South
131:24
East is where vermin support is is is is
131:26
the weakest he’s strongest in the
131:28
Northeast and out west and in the
131:30
northern states and we’re trying to kind
131:32
of get him more support in the South
131:33
given that a lot of people who came
131:36
there who were incredibly skeptical of
131:37
vermin walked away if not being him
131:40
being there they’re number one their
131:43
number one pick at least them giving him
131:46
a second look and saying that they’re at
131:47
least okay with him getting the
131:48
nomination and he might even now be
131:49
there their second or third pick so it
131:52
worked well and we did actually convert
131:53
a couple of people to being team supreme
131:55
and they’ve actually joined the team so
131:57
it worked very well everything went
131:59
great I did not give a speech I had one
132:02
already but we ended up not going that
132:04
way I just schmoozed people on the on
132:07
the edge on the periphery during the
132:09
business cut session got to got to
132:13
interview one of my absolute heroes
132:15
actually two of them Joshy beer Smith
132:18
who’s who’s my hero in a wind beneath my
132:21
wing
132:23
but I got to interview him that’s on the
132:26
money waters page under the red carpet
132:28
interviews and then I got to interview
132:29
one of my absolute heroes and she was
132:31
also the opening keynote speaker at the
132:33
convention one Kathryn Bernard of
132:36
Spartacus legal who has she’s fantastic
132:42
she is fantastic it’s fantastic go look
132:45
up on Muddy Waters media after this is
132:47
done go look up my red carpet interview
132:49
with Kathryn it’s not that far down or
132:52
even just search in in in in in Facebook
132:56
for for red carpet interview Kathryn
132:59
Barnard it will come up she is terrific
133:03
she has had clients who were caught on
133:08
camera selling weed and growing weed and
133:14
she has gone into court and explained
133:18
jury nullification to the jury
133:20
and gotten not guilty verdicts not once
133:23
not twice but three times and it’s
133:27
reached a point now where when where
133:30
when she gets a drug crime charge you
133:34
know at a drug trial a client that’s
133:36
being charged on drug charges and she
133:39
shows up to court the prosecutor
133:42
dismisses the case they do whatever the
133:46
procedure is called where they were they
133:47
were they nullified the chart failed to
133:50
prosecute and dropped the charges
133:52
because at this point they’re scared
133:54
that she’s gonna do enough of these
133:56
where it sets a case precedent and
133:58
effectively nullifies all drug laws in
134:02
Georgia
134:04
this woman is if there were a thousand
134:07
of these women in the country the war on
134:10
drugs would be over if there were a
134:13
hundred of her the war on drugs would be
134:15
over she is absolutely terrific
134:20
and she also we gave her special gifts
134:25
because we also auctioned off a
134:27
libertarian dad bought calendar they’re
134:29
giving the gift
134:30
well she I mean she we gave it to her
134:34
with a donation she was the highest
134:38
bidder so we gave it to her you gave it
134:42
to her for money yeah that’s true wasn’t
134:44
for us though it was very you know
134:45
worthwhile cause for the Libertarian
134:47
Party but so she so she did that we all
134:51
signed it and I wrote her a very
134:52
heartfelt note about how awesome she is
134:54
and how she’s my hero
134:56
I was really fanboying around her a lot
134:58
because she says and then turns out
135:00
she’s a fan of the show and she loves
135:02
muddy waters and like we’re her favorite
135:04
people so that was kind of cool so no it
135:07
was really it was really really great we
135:10
had a terrific time I can’t wait to see
135:13
the people there again great job for
135:15
team supreme I gave Eric Fontaine my pin
135:21
for doing such a great job I blocked the
135:25
entrance way as we were told by some
135:27
folks yes
135:28
Hampi ons yes that is correct what’s
135:32
that
135:33
she is vivacious yes yes she she the
135:39
definition of vivacious catherine
135:42
Bernard is vivacious yes oh and by the
135:47
way she’s a Republican she’s not even a
135:50
Libertarian Party member no she’s a
135:52
Republican actually I think she might be
135:55
a libertarian party member too but she’s
135:56
a Republican right now for it’s for
136:00
strategic reasons but she’s a Republican
136:02
oh not only is she a Republican she was
136:05
the one who refused to vote for Mitt
136:08
Romney she was an elector a delegate to
136:10
the RNC in 2012 and she refused to vote
136:13
for Mitt Romney she voted for Ron Paul
136:14
she was that one
136:17
so she’s just a hero all the way around
136:20
all the way around no she she is amazing
136:24
the work that she does is incredible and
136:27
if you’re in Georgia and you get
136:29
arrested especially for a drug charge
136:31
for cutting thing call her I don’t know
136:34
what she costs pay it whatever it costs
136:39
to get her to represent you in court in
136:41
Georgia do it yes sell your blood if you
136:45
have to I don’t I I believe she’s
136:49
affordable too I think she should
136:50
because she tries to work with you know
136:51
cases that are what doesn’t matter
136:53
because a million dollars paid off the
136:56
rest of your life it’s about those
136:59
people are not rich people yeah they
137:01
were not wealthy people one of the guys
137:03
was unemployed he went there to look for
137:04
a job yeah yeah so one of them was a guy
137:06
named Roberto Williams or until Antonio
137:09
Williams yeah the guy had fallen on hard
137:11
times was looking for a job and the
137:16
people advertising the job were Georgia
137:19
state police Georgia narcs who you know
137:23
did this horrific Cheech and Chong
137:24
impersonation when he showed up to get a
137:27
job and they’re like yeah we’ll get you
137:29
a job but can you sell us some weed man
137:31
and so the guy went and found weed to
137:33
sell them so we could get the job I mean
137:36
pure entrapment but the bottom line was
137:39
he sold them weed that’s completely
137:40
against the law in Georgia and they had
137:41
they had video evidence of it and she
137:43
caught him off that charge not just
137:46
because how they did it was crook
137:47
kid but because she got them to judge
137:50
whether the law itself was moral or not
137:54
she’s a jury nullification defense
137:57
attorney she is
138:00
Yorick that is that is touching
138:05
she says she loved the love the show
138:08
can’t believe I sat still this long you
138:11
guys loved Christine Kendrick is with
138:14
the Thank You Kristy by the way thank
138:16
you so much she is with the Libertarian
138:18
Party of Kentucky who is having their
138:20
convention March first I believe and I
138:24
am almost certain that I’m gonna be
138:26
there the plane is to be there
138:28
representing team supreme in Kentucky
138:31
they’re gonna be having their convention
138:33
at a national park
138:36
fun fact their national park so go ahead
138:44
no National Park man yeah so anyway so
138:51
yeah so it was a great fortnight for
138:54
team supreme winning the New Hampshire
138:56
primary just cleaning up him ruff
139:00
endorsed me can I just say that again so
139:05
did John Phillips let’s not yeah well so
139:07
he actually didn’t oh he didn’t know
139:10
because he’s with the LNC oh yeah you
139:14
can’t endorse people right I thought
139:20
that he did that publicly I did not
139:22
realize ya know he actually can’t
139:25
there’s not it would be and I don’t
139:27
think it breaks any rules but it’s it
139:28
you know it’s a level of propriety that
139:31
he remember he did not endorse you he
139:34
did not endorse me I haven’t even
139:36
endorsed you I know when you have no
139:40
excuse and you’re even a member of the
139:42
party again because of becoming a
139:44
getting entry into the paying entry into
139:47
the Libertarian Party of Georgia makes
139:48
you a one-year voting member so we get
139:50
to vote there even though we’re not
139:51
Georgia residents that’s how their rules
139:53
are so Matt right guys for the first
139:56
time in four years is a member
140:01
the Libertarian Party I am it didn’t
140:05
even know it ever yeah I didn’t know it
140:07
when I paid the fee to go in and then
140:09
they told me I was yeah
140:11
so it was like entrapment anyway still
140:17
won’t endorse me still won’t endorse me
140:21
so uh so yeah no John did not endorse me
140:24
because he can’t but we’re really good
140:28
friends and he does love me
140:31
and I’ll let you decide what that means
140:33
but he didn’t endorse me
140:35
but Kim Roth freakin endorsed me Kim
140:39
ruff who in my mind was potentially the
140:42
front-runner definitely one of the top
140:43
competitors for the race dropped out and
140:47
made one endorsement me so guys be sure
141:02
to tune in tomorrow night for my fellow
141:09
Americans or my special guest is vice
141:12
presidential candidate spike Cohen we’re
141:19
gonna be giving a little bit more
141:21
detailed synopsis of the goings-on that
141:25
I’ve had this past fortnight in
141:30
Tennessee and Georgia including video of
141:31
my speeches excited two of them video of
141:37
my red carpet interviews and all sorts
141:39
of fun stuff that happened while I was
141:42
out of town campaigning for Team Supreme
141:45
your next vice president and also being
141:49
asked me anything you can ask this sexy
141:52
boy look at that team chest beard
141:57
hashtag Harry gang look at the reaction
142:04
from the public there yeah they they
142:06
look in throw that guy that’s in the
142:09
background
142:09
don’t take that down the guy that’s in
142:10
the background and all right in the red
142:13
yeah in the cowboy huh he is
142:15
Kenneth Blevins yeah that is Blevins
142:19
Kenneth Levin to you
142:20
Emmitt Blevins maybe Steve is one mr.
142:23
Blevins yeah he is a professional bull
142:25
rider and he is one of the candidates
142:27
that was running for president yeah at
142:29
the debate
142:30
yep and he he showed us some of his bull
142:34
riding scars as well as his bull riding
142:39
championship belt buckle yeah that
142:42
dude’s pretty hardcore right there yeah
142:44
I wish he had mentioned that he was a
142:45
bull rider in the debate that would have
142:48
given him so many more cool points I
142:49
thought I’d he he went up like 15 points
142:52
on the 20 point cool scale the man they
142:55
don’t collar bones that you can see
142:58
because they’re all just like that like
143:02
great it just like does this yeah yeah
143:05
it’s just like does a thing and on he’s
143:09
ridden on a freakin I think Brahma bull
143:13
for eight seconds yep
143:23
I think that was even fast it was close
143:27
it was really close but yet no matter
143:29
what
143:30
that dudes hard cold hard core go when
143:35
this is over and after you’ve watched
143:37
the crafter and Bernard I’m giving you
143:39
some homework after you watch the
143:41
Kathryn Barnard interview in the Joshy
143:42
bear Joshua Smith interview red carpet
143:45
interview on Muddy Waters media go check
143:47
out what it looks like to ride a
143:50
freaking bull for eight seconds for any
143:53
number of seconds but yes for eight
143:55
seconds and he’s done it a few times
143:59
three dude his hardcore I’m hoping he
144:03
calls him I might you know I reach out
144:04
to him and ask him to cool odd to
144:06
because he was freaking hardcore he’s
144:09
very nervous during the debate even said
144:10
you know he’s not used to this kind of
144:12
thing and he said that it was way more
144:13
terrifying him and I actually went up to
144:15
him before I even knew him as a bull
144:17
rider I was like hey listen man I could
144:18
tell you were nervous and you stayed
144:20
through the whole thing and I’m really
144:21
proud of you great job and he’s like
144:22
yeah that’s way harder than riding a
144:24
bull for eight seconds at a time yeah
144:27
and I’m like hold what I think because
144:32
seriously if I had the choice of writing
144:36
a bowl for eight seconds or sitting down
144:39
for a presidential debate for about an
144:42
hour
144:42
a little bit yeah hour hour and a half
144:46
and every debate 100% of the time Oh
144:51
easily
144:52
yeah no there’s no way I’m not built for
144:55
that I mean call me a middle-aged Jew
144:57
with MS but I’m certainly not going to
145:00
choose the bull riding but you know
145:05
that’s how he’s built he kept saying I’m
145:06
a blue-collar guy I’m not into this type
145:08
of thing and I respect that but uh oh
145:12
that’s some hardcore stuff there guys
145:15
yeah and after go find fool for a client
145:20
by Mark Whitney yeah go find full fur
145:22
client Brooklyn and watch that you know
145:24
that’s funny it’s good that’s good yeah
145:28
it’s good it’s funny yeah I’m looking
145:31
forward to to hanging out with him
145:32
somewhere at these conventions also
145:34
shout out to John mons who decided to
145:35
jump into the race former
145:37
Libertarian Party gubernatorial
145:39
candidate in Georgia and apparently a
145:40
state favor he’s a local guy people like
145:43
him and if anybody ever has the
145:46
opportunity to hang out in a hotel room
145:48
at one o’clock in the morning with
145:52
vermin supreme and members of his
145:54
campaign team do it I highly recommend
145:58
it you are gonna hear stories that I am
146:04
not at liberty to repeat but this is a
146:10
recommendation and we don’t do drugs
146:14
yeah we don’t do drugs yeah this isn’t
146:17
like a oh go get high with vermin thing
146:19
I’m sure that’s an experience too we
146:20
both been sober for quite a number of
146:22
years right this is just being around
146:25
him and his team is an experience it’s
146:30
an experience it is definitely an
146:33
experience and it’s one I recommend to
146:35
everyone everyone this is ideal for all
146:39
ages above probably 18 yeah I’d say just
146:44
to be safe maybe 16 but let’s just say
146:46
18 yeah he he’s the hilarious guy his
146:52
his team is increasingly populated with
146:54
hilarious people it’s an absolute blast
146:56
every time I get to hang out with really
146:58
the libertarian peeps in general but
147:00
especially team supreme an absolute
147:02
absolute blast so yeah be sure to tune
147:03
in tomorrow night spike Owen boom boom
147:05
boom and then be sure to tune in next
147:12
week on Tuesday are you doing are you
147:14
doing do you have writer’s block this
147:16
week no okay maybe for Jason on Monday
147:21
oh that’s right I keep forgetting about
147:22
you so and then because I mean he was
147:24
gone so long so then next Monday
147:26
probably possibly a an episode of mr.
147:31
miracle the bearded truth I need to get
147:32
that graphic to put on here now that
147:34
he’s back on mister we’re going to be
147:36
Sara Berman is gonna be in he’s gonna be
147:40
in Florida right oh yeah yeah yeah
147:43
Berman’s gonna be in Florida and I’m
147:47
gonna be in Florida you know it’s good
147:50
in Florida Alex NIT Kerr formerly of the
147:55
republican liberty caucus also former
147:58
libertarian part what is it formally
148:01
yeah still involved with them but
148:04
formally of but also a former vice chair
148:08
of the Libertarian Party of Florida and
148:10
also a former twenty I think 2014
148:13
Libertarian Party Senate candidate boom
148:18
endorsed vermin supreme on not one not
148:20
two but three episodes in a row of his
148:23
show you’ll be seeing plenty of that
148:26
because we’re blasting that everywhere
148:28
so he’ll be in Florida helping us out
148:30
and possibly joining team Supreme guys
148:35
so that was quite an endorsement and
148:40
yeah so so yeah be sure to be sure to
148:43
check out on Monday I believe there’s
148:45
gonna be mr. merica the bearded truth
148:47
with Jason Lyon and then on Tuesday next
148:52
Tuesday be sure to tune in to the muddy
148:55
waters of freedom where Matt Wright and
148:57
I will sit down with our dulcet tones
149:00
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149:05
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149:09
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150:51
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150:55
you about the news this impeachment
150:58
thing I was once I had about it’s like a
151:01
circus with plate-spinning
151:07
control it’s like a this is relaxing as
151:17
soon as I heard circus that would’ve
151:18
been like turn down hey guys
151:23
are you uh what is this do for is this
151:28
vivacious does this feel fine I type a
151:30
chest you Joe Biden ish you smell
151:35
amazing is that Pantene pro-v you look
151:41
like you’ve got a pro-v guys thanks
151:45
again for tuning in to this episode of
151:49
the money wires freedom and where we’re
151:51
going we don’t need roads
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[Music]
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I don’t care anymore
152:09
I really don’t I’m gonna take her to her
152:13
room I’m gonna take her at a hot glue
152:16
I’m gonna take her to ha I’m gonna take
152:23
her the Honolulu I’m gonna take her to
152:26
ha
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I’m gonna take care of hot yeah I wanna
152:33
take you to Honolulu baby I want to go
152:36
on a vacation wanna chill wanna sit on
152:39
the beach chill you wanna drink cold on
152:41
a beach chill yeah
152:44
put the vine and the drink stop and
152:47
think look at your face man you’re
152:49
beautiful no you’re beautiful never seen
152:52
nothing so beautiful
152:54
make the beach look I guess nothing I
152:57
guess not make everything look like it’s
153:00
nothing girl I love you I love you I
153:03
didn’t notice the round but I love you
153:05
so much I want to be with you forever
153:09
never never never I’m gonna take her to
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Honolulu
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I want to take her to Honolulu I want to
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take her to Honolulu Honolulu I want to
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take go to Honolulu
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I want to take her to Honolulu I wanna
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take her to Honolulu Honolulu
153:36
I remember back in the day when I used
153:40
to work you get paid I said my whole
153:43
check on you girl you were my whole
153:46
world my voice is kind of fucking
153:49
trashed but you didn’t give a shit about
153:51
that we used to light it up and for Ash
153:54
but now you’re gone and I’m here all
153:57
alone my life is nothing but yeah I
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wanna take her to Honolulu Honolulu
154:12
Honolulu wanna take her to Honolulu
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Honolulu yo this is for everybody who’s
154:19
in love right now man it’s for everybody
154:21
I want you to tell that special someone
154:23
you want to take her to Honolulu dog
154:25
y’all gonna be some fuckin chill man
154:27
this is for y’all man you love love one
154:30
love that’s it that’s all we got do for
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men we should want to show everybody
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that we mean everything everybody
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everybody somebody somebody everybody
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somebody’s everything thank you for the
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support peace
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