Episode 151 – #Scotus Rules, Chief Justice Roberts Plays Both Sides

The Muddied Waters of Freedom with Matt Wright & Spike Cohen


About This Episode

The Supreme Court had its first abortion hearing under the Trump court and it ended…not exactly how people were expecting it to end. They also ruled on whether or not a President could fire the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, while narrowly deciding on whether or not the entire department is legal. Joe Biden continues his gaffe-tastic tour, Iran is looking to arrest Trump, and Colin Kaepernick has a tv show.

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References:Β 

https://reason.com/2020/06/29/why-john-roberts-joined-the-supreme-courts-democratic-appointees-in-an-abortion-case/\

https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/19pdf/18-1323_c07d.pdf

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2020/jun/29/supreme-court-president-federal-consumer-agency

https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/19pdf/19-7_n6io.pdf

https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/12/5491


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mic check yo I’m still here
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this is perseverance subbing on the
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robsons I made a first appearance I’ve
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been on the grind never waited for the
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clearance lapis all the time so I’m
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gonna live a fearless yeah people gonna
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hear this made a little name with
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addition incoherence never been a lame
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Nam closer to a genius knowledge of my
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brain shock it up to the experience
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still are not rich but at least I’m
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broke never sell dreams cuz I better
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sell hope hope people so lost in the
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mirrors and the smoke think I’d be a
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real a bloke if I said I sold dope
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but my friends will tell you that an
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awesome awesome I started filling and
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they bought a bottle I told him get him
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and I got him so if you want door buzz
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that’s not a prize it’s time to put the
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noodles on the wax rock hard like I got
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the Beatles in your back go soft make it
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easy living off the map where I can go
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hard like you’re freaking cute on the
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track I’m grinding from a zero to a
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stack and I’m talking about the nero
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getting jabbed if what kind of needs a
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new king i’ma go hard to be the leader
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of the pack a needle in a stack and I’m
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feelin to attack not a Bala no – Tyler
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but a hero and a black I’m an eagle – a
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rascal demon on a tractor and the
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scholar and a brother you don’t feel it
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if you’re wack you’re always talkin evil
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in your rap and I’m tryin to fill my
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minutes on the map give you tolls for
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life and get my room clean
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I’m the Jordan piss in a rat I will not
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go pop I will not go stop when I say no
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means no just this is true hip-hop I do
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not flip flop when I say Loney
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this is perseverance and I believe what
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I prophesize so I don’t apologize unless
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I do wrong I don’t bow to the mob I
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don’t live to antagonize but they say
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I’m too outspoken smoke they wonder if
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I’m joking look a little bit of chess
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but I say what I feel man I’m feeling
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I’m open
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trust in God but I live in the physical
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selfish thoughts but I give in the
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lyrical cops hot want my speech to be
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criminal lies get fired when I speak
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their political I am NOT left-wing I am
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NOT right-wing I just know all these
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things I know yeah
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you can’t I label me you can’t push
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shame on me when I say go means go fresh
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I step into the premises kicked Oh
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crumbs then they love harm expressing it
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hop online and reply to all the messages
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got to spend time and I’m grateful that
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you cherish it
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don’t talk crap no I’d rather be
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irrelevant can’t play dumb people know
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that I’m intelligent you see me up late
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like big beard Letterman talk your teeth
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butyou’re love now moving up an eminence
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a girl show love she’s a feeling all the
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pleasantest
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got huge dreams I can never be a
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pessimist too much love I can never be a
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feminist
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girls will stop looking on credulous I
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am not a bad man I am NOT your nemesis
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always had a mega trial take it back to
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Genesis worked so hard time to reaping
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the benefits
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I will not go pop I will not go stop
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gonna say no means no just this is true
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hip hop I do not flip flop blow me
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Florence I will not go stop when I say
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no means no this is true this is
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perseverance
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this is perseverance
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you
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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 for
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spike little juicy vert Cohen I am Matt
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Wright and together we are traversing
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the muddied waters of freedom a little
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juicy vert I like that hey everybody how
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are you doing welcome to the muddy
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waters of freedom where Matt Wright and
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I parse through the week’s events like
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the sweet little summer chair of boys
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that we are that’s right
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thank you thank you for your time Matt
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how was your week we did get to talk
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much this week we did not get to talk
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much this week I had a good week how was
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your birthday I did not call I had a
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fantastic birthday Matt I’m so glad you
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brought it up because now I got to pull
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up the thing hold on a second I had a
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fantastic birthday I got to do
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absolutely nothing all like all ball all
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day I didn’t have to do a thing
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I didn’t have to do anything it was
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amazing and I had I just really just
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laid there and did nothing and I went
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out and I laid in the front yard with my
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dog with Axl and with my wife that the
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Sun was shining down
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I had like two phone calls I had a bunch
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of phone calls but they were just like
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happy birthday calls no campaign stuff
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no appearances
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it was fantastic it was like living in a
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dream it was a reminder of what it was
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like back when I was retired and wasn’t
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doing anything and it was great I had a
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great birthday but now I wonder I know
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some of you are wondering what can you
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do to make sure I have the happiest
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birthday possible well folks I am glad
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that you asked that because I have a
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short video I made about exactly that
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and now an important message from the
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next vice president of the United States
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of America spike : hey everybody I hope
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you’re doing well I hope you’re having a
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great weekend I am having a fantastic
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weekend because this weekend is my
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birthday I am turning 38 years old and I
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know what you’re thinking spike
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you’ve looked every bit of 38 years old
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that doesn’t surprise me
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well thank you you’re probably also
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wondering what I’d like for my birthday
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well that’s where you come in
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I am hoping for my birthday to have
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everyone who watches this make a $38
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donation to the Jorgenson Cohen campaign
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as part of the 38 for spike campaign I
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just made that name up right now
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that’s that’s what we’re calling it I
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don’t care it I that’s what we’re
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calling it that’s for behavior spike so
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if you go to 38 for spike dot-com and
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donate $38 or whatever amount you want
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to help the Jorgenson Cowan campaign I
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would greatly greatly appreciate it jo
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Jorgenson is running a campaign to set
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America free and with your help that’s
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exactly what you’re gonna do your
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donation allows us to fight for ballot
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access to engage in tours around the
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country to do viral video marketing and
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everything else in between that we need
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to be able to spread the message of
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Liberty in an engaging and dynamic and
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empathetic way so again go 238 for spike
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calm and give what you can
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I greatly appreciate it and happy
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birthday to me thank you again for
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everything that you do and don’t forget
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you are the power
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38 for spike calm my birthday
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38 my birthday thank you so much um so
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ya know I had a great birthday 38 for
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spike calm and I had a great time and
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now I’m here and I’m ready to talk about
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stuff stuff I didn’t call you on your
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birthday because I figured either you
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were gonna get inundated with calls yes
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or you were gonna get none and it was a
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former it was you got inundated
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inundated I got I got I got a few I got
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a lot I shouldn’t say inundated I got a
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lot of birthday calls and I had an
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absolutely fantastic time and I really I
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get to nap twice twice I just got to lie
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down and do nothing
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for literally like the better part of
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like the better part of an hour twice it
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was fantastic it was everything that I
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could have possibly possibly hoped for
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we’re on everything Muddy Waters India
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is everywhere and speaking of something
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thats everywhere Joe Biden had some
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words about Co vid Matt yes he did in
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his normal gaffe tacular way he talked
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to a crowd of elk ovid and we can’t do
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it justice the way that Joe Biden can do
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himself justice yeah well people
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drastically underestimated is the impact
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on the mental health of people who now
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everything is complicated not only is
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the health care piece but people don’t
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have a job people don’t have anywhere to
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go they don’t know what they’re going to
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do and a lot of people you have
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unnecessarily now we have over 120
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million dead from covent a hundred and
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that’s wrong that’s yeah that’s our IP
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one out of every three Americans yeah
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one out of every three people you know
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is dead also did you catch the number of
13:10
times he touched his face which is the
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whole purpose of why you wear the mask
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so he takes it down and just just all
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just touching him up sniffing his own
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hair yeah joe biden he’s got to have his
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hands on something yeah he’s gonna it’s
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gonna end on someone’s face oh man so
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yeah so he said that and thankfully it’s
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it’s what three orders of magnitude less
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than that it’s one hundred twenty
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thousand which is still a a low one
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hundred twenty thousand which is still a
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large number of people
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it is growing and it’s very sad it’s
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definitely much less than 120 million
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thankfully we are not quite there yet
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and should not be I don’t think even the
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most groom of predictions estimates this
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to kill one out of every three people
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you know so that’s good even the
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original not even the original models
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had yeah none of the models saw unless
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someone with kovat fell over on the
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nuclear button and then launched the
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nukes would possibly that that might
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cause it um and speaking of nuclear
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weapons
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Iran has I’d these segways are not good
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and I apologize for that Iran has issued
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an arrest warrant and asked Interpol
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with help for help with serving the
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warrant on Donald Trump for the drone
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strike that killed Qasem Soleimani
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last year or was that earlier this year
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that was this year was that this year I
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think I have to look that up because I’m
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curious kasym I believe that was this
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year I’m not a hundred percent so much
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has happened over he was killed in
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January of this year this frickin year
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man yeah that was one of the I knew that
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January started off with a bang with the
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fires we had the fires Kobe Kobe died
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and we had issues with North Korea and
15:11
Iran and those used to be big news like
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those things were considered big news
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and then then Co vid just completed that
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did that everything’s kovat now yeah
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everything is good everything is
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learning stuff for this show to talk
15:27
about that’s not kovat is really cool
15:30
it’s been getting slowly easier things
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are starting to kind of slowly open up
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of course now things are starting to
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slowly unopen up again and closed back
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down shout out to the corona bench and
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libertarian party corona Benjen brought
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to you by Purell and the cdc and we know
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we’re just having uh we’re having a lot
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of fun right now trying to figure out
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how things are gonna go but thankfully
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the Iranians are working to get Donald
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Trump with Interpol
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arrest us yes bold strategy there cotton
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I mean that’s that as uh you imagine if
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it works can you imagine like if he’s if
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he’s going to an Interpol shows aha
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we found you and they arrest him that
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home so Interpol has already said no oh
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okay we’re not gonna do that okay
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Interpol has already shot it down and
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the Trump administration said that it
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was a joke I wanted to write a really
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great joke for this one but I there I
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could not find anything it’s there it’s
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there is one either warrant for Donald
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Trump there is one there is one we just
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haven’t found it yet hey if you guys can
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think of a great joke about Donald Trump
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being arrested by Interpol for bombing
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like as I’m saying and I realize there’s
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probably not a good joke but if you can
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get him up with one we’d love to hear it
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there has to be one and in fact if you
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have a good joke about it be sure to go
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F M slash muddied waters and there’s
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something there it says leave a message
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message leave us a message with your
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funniest Donald Trump being arrested by
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Interpol for a drone strike that killed
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Qasem Soleimani
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joke your funniest ones of that when you
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use joke there you’re just the funniest
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thing you can find out about that I
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don’t even care if it has to do with
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that as long as it’s semi clean yeah
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just give us a nice joke
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well you appreciate a nice ha in the
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middle of the show and we’ll do that
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during our callin segment in the middle
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of the show speaking of Netflix is
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producing a series based on the life of
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Colin Kaepernick Matt that’s right if
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it’s anything like his career the show
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will be mediocre but after it’s over
18:05
everyone will say it’s been its ground
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why did we not have Ciara say that
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because I did
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because that’s a sports joke and that is
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not offensive is it a Seward’s joke
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though like I mean yes okay that is a
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sports joke he was a mediocre
18:23
quarterback I mean I guess that part
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granted I probably could have said like
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his football career but I didn’t think
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of that last night and yet he recorded
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so now we’re here and that’s fine and
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I’m fine with that
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well good so speaking of the Supreme
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Court Pat what did that didn’t any of a
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series of things happen with the Supreme
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Court this week no the Supreme Court
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actually had a huge week oh wow
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they had a huge week they ruled they
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ruled on something that we might get to
19:07
later I found out about it literally as
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the show was getting ready to start and
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it’s it’s actually pretty big news but I
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also want to read more about it so that
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we can talk about it and know what we’re
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talking about yeah yeah well so one of
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the things that they rolled on was June
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medical services verse Russo and for
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anyone out there who needs a refresher
19:28
on the ins and outs of Jude Medical
19:30
Services versus Russo listen to it from
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two of the finest minds in media so the
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Supreme Court tomorrow is going to be
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hearing a land mark abortion case why am
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i searching
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I don’t June medical services
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challenging a 2014 law the law requires
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doctors performing abortions to get
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admitting privileges at a hospital
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within 30 miles of the clinic right
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admitting privileges gives now patient
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doctor the right to admit patients to a
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hospital and treat them if any emergency
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occurs so that way if somebody is having
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an abortion and something goes wrong the
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abortion doctor can take them to a local
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hospital where they can get treated
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right by the abortion doctor many
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hospitals will not give in Louisiana I’m
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gonna I’m gonna preface this in
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Louisiana many hospitals will not give
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abortion doctors admitting access
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as their their fundraising would dry up
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yeah June medical services is claiming
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that the law creates an undue burden on
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abortion access in February the
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Louisiana Supreme Court ruled that the
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idea that providers have difficulty
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obtaining admitting privileges ruled
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that the idea that provider abortion
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providers have difficulty obtaining
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admitting privileges and claimed that
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their law does not force clinic closures
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right since this law was first put into
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effect in 2014 it’s gone through a lot
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of turmoil after the Texas ruling it
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ended act 620 in April of 2017 Louisiana
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challenged this law and somehow someway
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the Fifth Circuit reversed the ruling in
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September of 18 then it moved up to the
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Supreme Court and in February of
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nineteen the Supreme Court put a
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temporary stay on the law so for the
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last year this law has been kind of
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resting to the side with the people from
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June medical services trying to make
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sure that they continue to fight it in
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May of twenty and ever started May it
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yeah may of nineteen Louisiana seemed to
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have found a loophole would be third
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parties with third party standing
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stating that abortion providers cannot
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challenge the law in the first place
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because they are not the patient it
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would be affecting this changes the
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landscape of this argument forever
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right portion providers Planned
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Parenthood women’s clinics all over the
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world sorry all over the country are the
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biggest reason that abortion cases get
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challenged yeah you’re not gonna see I
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mean you’ll see some class action
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activity from from women who want or
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wanted to get abortions but the the
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juggernaut behind challenging this stuff
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are the providers are that the health
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the
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the medical providers in the abortion
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providers namely Planned Parenthood so
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before we go on because Chris Reynolds
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has already made comments about it the
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reason that we were stumbling over our
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words and spike was slumped down in his
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chair and yawning was that was at the
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end of a four hour episode in the last
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20 minutes with no commercial breaks no
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bathroom break yeah that was we were
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falling apart physically and emotionally
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Chris we just need some like we just
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wanted to talk about that at the end
23:11
yeah we threw that in and to really go
23:13
let’s talk about I mean I woke back up
23:15
for that yes I had been napping for the
23:18
previous 30 minutes and I was that’s why
23:20
I was stretching and stuff I mean it was
23:22
rough like they these episodes have been
23:24
rough sometimes Chris so thank you for
23:26
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24:23
that everybody’s caught up on what that
24:27
case was all about yeah the ruling came
24:29
through yesterday and in a 5-4 ruling
24:32
with Chief Justice John Roberts joining
24:35
the liberal justices in the decision it
24:39
was shut down which surprised the hell
24:46
out of us yeah we didn’t surprise we did
24:52
not expect
24:52
that so immediately social conservatives
24:57
on social media attacked Roberts and
25:00
since parlor has now become the recent
25:03
bastion for Trump supporters looking to
25:05
escape Twitter and Facebook and where
25:07
you can follow us at muddy waters media
25:10
we went there for the outrage here are a
25:14
couple of the hard ways I don’t know
25:17
what they call them they’re the
25:19
Washington Post New York Times editorial
25:21
board absolutely own Chief Justice
25:23
Roberts he’s a scared little child who
25:25
decides life and death issues based on
25:29
the hope that liberal media won’t be
25:31
mean to him it’s a disgrace these get
25:35
better too here’s the next one
25:37
Hans apparently Hans Herman poppy says
25:42
John Roberts is a disgrace we the people
25:45
most and must invoke article 5 of the
25:48
Constitution to get the Sham Congress
25:50
out of the way and then invoke article 3
25:52
to get the politically charged Supreme
25:54
Court justices out of our way in order
25:57
to uphold the rule of law that was
25:58
specifically written in the Constitution
26:01
what a very consistent thing to be
26:03
written by an anarchist yes and then a
26:08
Southern Steel says POS John Roberts
26:12
votes with the hashtag liberals again he
26:15
votes to strike down reasonable
26:17
restrictions on hashtag abortion just
26:20
requiring that the murderers who work at
26:22
the murder clinics have admitting
26:24
privileges at a local hospital we can
26:27
all thank the last of the hash tag bush
26:30
crime family george w for this idiot and
26:34
then finally i’ll let you read this one
26:36
man and then finally victor Wilcox says
26:40
I would like to apologize to all
26:43
excrement steaming smelly whatever no
26:46
matter what you may be it was uncalled
26:49
for to insinuate that you had any
26:52
similarity with the murderous John
26:54
Roberts and his insane efforts to smack
26:57
down his own arguments to make sure no
27:00
baby gets left on gruesomely rended into
27:04
pieces hashtag SCOTUS
27:06
in no way are any of these things an
27:10
exaction okay so let’s do the next one
27:16
because they even figured out a way they
27:21
well they went as far to try to tie him
27:23
to Epstein who still did not kill
27:25
himself if you’re wondering why Chief
27:27
Justice hashtag John Roberts keep siding
27:30
with liberals he’s compromised
27:32
hashtag Epstein black book hashed I’m
27:35
not doing all those hashtags is he was
27:38
he an pedo island I’m gonna do all the
27:42
hashtags hashtags X beam black book
27:44
hashtag Lolita Express hashtag st. James
27:48
Island hashtag pedo hashtag Epstein
27:52
hashtag but buddy buddy yeah buddy
27:56
Oh Epstein buddy Oh like he’s used to
28:01
different hashtags for it that makes no
28:02
sense
28:03
now the people who are hash tagging for
28:07
like the my buddy toys or something
28:09
we’re gonna stumble across this one
28:11
searching in that problem of hat usually
28:13
it’s like this is my hashtag buddy Steve
28:16
and then like all those and then you get
28:17
this one John Roberts is a pedophile
28:22
hashtag hashtag buddy buddy so for the
28:28
last guy if not the Epstein guy but the
28:30
guy before that because the Epstein guy
28:33
I I have not read Epstein’s black book I
28:36
don’t know I don’t know if that outrage
28:40
is warranted no idea right but for the
28:44
guy that said he was trying to use his
28:46
old try to explain his old arguments
28:48
there was actually some validity to that
28:51
hashtag booty being that in 2016 the
28:56
whole woman’s health versus Heller stat
28:58
which was basically the identical case
29:01
it just happened in Texas as opposed to
29:03
in Louisiana it also failed Roberts
29:08
joined the descent I actually said oh
29:12
good so in his judgement yesterday he
29:16
wrote I joined the descent and whole
29:18
woman’s health and
29:19
continue to believe that the case was
29:21
wrongly decided the question today
29:23
however is not whether whole woman’s
29:25
health was right or wrong but whether to
29:27
adhere to it citing the present case
29:30
hashtag I am a pedo hashtag buddy I just
29:38
love that I I want I want that guy to be
29:44
hash tagging for me yeah I’m certain you
29:47
can find them he’s on par leur spike
29:49
Cohen is the part of the Zionist
29:52
conspiracy hashtag pal hashtag friend
29:59
hashtag friend anyway so yeah so one of
30:03
the aspects of this case that neither
30:04
Roberts or Justice Breyer brought up in
30:07
their decisions was the third party
30:09
standing aspect of the case but it was
30:11
in Crete that freaking Clarence Thomas
30:14
agree with them or disagree he’s on a
30:16
tear we’re gonna take this me it hasn’t
30:19
written a thing he wrote like four
30:22
things in twenty years or twenty thirty
30:25
years and in the last that really this
30:27
year he has just I think he realizes
30:30
that it’s all coming to an end soon we
30:33
got that African dust we’ve got the
30:35
frickin murder Hornets and Co vid the
30:37
Boers are going to begin falling from
30:39
the sky and teaming up with the
30:40
jellyfish and taking over everything and
30:43
he gets it man he gets that it’s all
30:45
over and that his legacy whatever is
30:48
left when the when the aliens come down
30:50
to find the ruins of what once was human
30:53
society on this godforsaken planet they
30:56
know that they’re gonna look for what
31:00
the judicial branches of the various
31:02
governments there were saying and they
31:04
want he wants a legacy there for the
31:07
Mi’kmaq people – that’s the aliens name
31:11
to find to find and they want to see
31:15
they want him to see exactly this kind
31:19
of stuff the meek mocks despite the fact
31:22
that we granted Louisiana’s petition
31:23
specifically to address whether abortion
31:26
providers can be presumed to have third
31:28
party standing to challenge health and
31:30
safety regulations on behalf of their
31:31
patients a majority of
31:33
the core all but ignores the question
31:35
the plurality and the chief justice all
31:38
caps ultimately cast aside this
31:41
jurisdictional barrier to conclude that
31:43
Louisiana’s law is unconstitutional
31:45
under our precedents hashtag pal hashtag
31:50
meet mark meet mark
31:59
it’s the meet marks Alito Justice Alito
32:03
also wrote a dissent most of which was
32:06
focused on the history of the third
32:07
party standing which we don’t have to go
32:09
into today because they didn’t rule on
32:10
it but Alito throws in this mic drop at
32:13
the end the Chief Justice stresses the
32:16
importance of stare and stare II starry
32:20
starry diseases here the CSIs and he
32:24
thinks that precedent namely whole
32:26
woman’s health dooms Louisiana law
32:28
neither waiver nor stare decisis can
32:31
justify this holding which clashes with
32:34
our general rule on third party standing
32:36
the idea that a regulated party can
32:38
invoke the right of a third party for
32:41
the purpose of attacking legislation
32:42
enacted to protect the third party is
32:45
stunning given the impairment conflict
32:47
of interest that no cunt
32:49
that concept would be rejected out of
32:51
hand in a case not involving abortion
32:54
and agree with it or not
32:57
and I’m not sure how many of you read
33:00
Supreme Court briefs I know I didn’t
33:02
start until very recently but that was a
33:05
that was a justice mic drop yeah for
33:10
anybody who and he’s correct whether you
33:13
agree with abortion restrictions or not
33:17
this is precisely what the Supreme Court
33:19
is for is determining these types of
33:22
questions and they pretty much just said
33:26
it’s related to abortion we’re not
33:28
touching it and and they everybody that
33:33
argued that argued for it all the people
33:36
who agree and who agreed that it be
33:38
should be struck down Nelson this is
33:39
exactly like whole woman’s health first
33:41
I wish that this is exactly like whole
33:43
woman’s health first Heller stat even
33:45
even the Chief Justice who said
33:47
I don’t agree with it but this is
33:50
exactly like it like they did not go
33:53
into the one reason that they actually
33:55
decided to take it on which was the
33:58
third party and so we will soon be ruled
34:04
over by the meek mocks the straw
34:07
what is it tough tough times make strong
34:10
men strong men King struck struck tongue
34:17
strong a strong man and strong men
34:19
create I was gonna work in the meek mocs
34:24
there but I don’t remember what I was
34:26
saying anymore so did we get let me see
34:28
if we got any messages so we can do our
34:29
segment no none of the people want
34:33
messages we usually want to be a part of
34:36
this show this our show is growing like
34:40
in leaps and bounds every single episode
34:43
gets you know nearly double the viewers
34:46
as the last one which thank you for that
34:47
but no one wants to talk to us and how
34:52
could you not want to call in and ask us
34:53
random random questions you can ask us
34:56
anything literally anything you could
34:59
ask us I mean we were one time asked
35:03
which sea creature we most identified
35:07
with what did I say Marilla
35:23
you’ve most identified with mail these
35:26
mailers yeah so we’re not doing this is
35:36
usually when we would do the personal
35:39
injury attorney Chris Reynolds Anker
35:40
attorney at law
35:41
anchor callin moment but none of y’all
35:43
wanted to call us no not this week we
35:46
did not we sometimes we get them as
35:48
early as like Wednesday and then other
35:51
weeks we’ll get just a ton right before
35:53
the show the last episode we had like 30
35:55
calls felt like it it was well I mean it
36:01
was like a dozen or more
36:02
and now goose eggs so if you want to
36:09
spend seven minutes on answering
36:13
questions from the audience because I
36:15
know how you can also get run away with
36:17
that a little bit if you want to spend
36:18
seven minutes doing that instead of
36:20
Chris Reynolds we can do that we can do
36:25
that the Chris Reynolds we answer
36:28
questions from the audience from the
36:30
Commons yeah let’s just do that like
36:32
well I mean since no one wants to talk
36:34
to us then you know here we go tough
36:41
times create strong leaders strong
36:43
leaders create good times good times
36:44
create meek marks yeah exactly
36:46
[Laughter]
36:51
okay here’s the Matt Bayne here’s a
36:53
question do you and Mama Joe plan on
36:56
visiting near Raleigh North Carolina
36:59
before November let’s address like a lot
37:04
of people are calling her her mom her
37:06
mama and mother and it’s I mean okay we
37:12
are planning on doing a 50-state tour
37:13
obviously rallies right up the road so
37:15
we hope to be in North Carolina very
37:17
soon and obviously with all of the
37:19
restrictions that are happening it’s
37:20
hard to do that but we are planning our
37:22
tour now here’s the thing in order to be
37:24
able to campaign you know and be able to
37:26
do these tours we do need as much you
37:28
know funding as possible to be able to
37:29
make that possible so I invite you to go
37:31
to 38 for spike comm and you have $38
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for my birthday too
37:35
jorgensen : campaign but ya know we are
37:37
planning on being in North Carolina very
37:39
soon how are we coming on debate access
37:42
any progress the polls are just coming
37:44
out Daniel and so we are really just
37:47
trying to be we’re just trying to be you
37:51
know as the polls are coming up we’re
37:54
doing pressure campaigns to get our
37:55
names included to get Joe’s name
37:56
included so we can get that 15 percent I
37:59
know if we’re at you know the names at
38:03
the names that we you know if we get our
38:05
names on there then if we get Joe’s name
38:08
on there she’s gonna get 15 percent or
38:10
more if you know for no other reason
38:12
that a lot of people are gonna go oh
38:13
there’s a third option I go with that
38:15
one so I I do believe in believe that
38:18
will do very well on that
38:21
Amanda says I’d call what’s the number
38:24
so we don’t have we don’t have a number
38:26
but what you can do is go to anchor dot
38:28
F M slash muddied waters and you can
38:31
leave um you can leave a message for us
38:34
there’s a message button and you can
38:35
leave a message if you did go to anchor
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FM / muddied water slash message it will
38:40
just pull it right up on you oh okay
38:41
well you can do that too
38:44
Oh Brett Robinson says it’s robertson
38:47
says it’s because multiple people
38:48
messaged joe about adopting them and she
38:51
responded with yes so now she’s hashtag
38:55
mama Joe okay well that’s okay Oh Daniel
39:04
Phillips sorry I meant to ask about
39:05
ballot access is it’s still 36 states
39:09
yeah yeah 36 states that we have ballot
39:12
access on and doing we’re engaging in
39:15
suits for lawsuits and the other 14 for
39:17
ballot access relief because it’s
39:19
impossible to meet their petition
39:20
standards when there’s a pandemic in a
39:23
lockdown and no one wants to answer
39:24
their doors and it’s illegal to go door
39:26
to door it’s illegal to have large
39:28
groups which is how you get large
39:29
amounts of petition signs so we are
39:31
suing for relief and we are you know
39:34
every every few few weeks we get another
39:36
state that drops that has given us
39:38
ballot access relief we are confident
39:40
that between now and November we will
39:42
have 50 state ballot access which is
39:45
what we had in 2016 John asked a couple
39:49
of minutes
39:49
are you sponge worthy and that answer is
39:52
yes for both of us yeah yes
39:55
Melissa Maria I mean I’m also married
39:58
but what’s your feelings on narwhals I
40:03
mean our walls are are the greatest
40:05
creatures right there they’re almost as
40:08
good as merciless a male Ursula I think
40:16
melissa Marie has gone through the
40:18
archives of our show I assumed as much
40:20
yes because my stuffed narwhal stabby is
40:25
over over there and I don’t feel like it
40:31
did you want me to get stabby stab he’s
40:34
over there
40:35
and Orton enough he would have been on
40:38
the desk really if he had cared he’d be
40:41
here where I need him that’s right if
40:44
you love your stabby let him go if he
40:48
returns then that’s horrifying because
40:51
he’s a plush toy and shouldn’t be moving
40:54
on his own and if he stays on the table
40:57
where you put him a few days ago it
41:03
wasn’t meant to be it wasn’t meant to be
41:11
Seth Benton says stabby 20 24 and you
41:13
know what that is a ticket I can support
41:15
right now I support that ticket in fact
41:18
I am willing to say a stabby dual op
41:20
Nelson ooh
41:23
ticket done I vote for it
41:26
yeah I’m gonna write that in this year
41:30
actually status tab it what you’re gonna
41:32
vote for stabby over me he won’t even
41:34
get off the off the table to come over
41:36
here and join his daddy and that is what
41:40
I am on and that is what I want
41:45
his daddy merciless resident someone who
41:48
will ignore his own merciless author
41:55
what are your favorite Marvel characters
41:58
Wolverine I like really that the x-men
42:03
in general any of the x-men I like
42:04
Wolverine and gambit and rogue and
42:10
Cyclops and storm I really like storm
42:13
it’s probably not a big surprise maybe
42:19
like a berry no no God no no I’m telling
42:23
berries don’t storm that was a terrible
42:26
casting Halle Berry it was a terrible
42:31
casting but storm let’s see what’s on
42:35
here is this a thing now hashtag daddy
42:38
spiked 20/20 sure julia has a real
42:42
question oh wow
42:44
yeah let’s do a real question we talked
42:46
about the cost of health care
42:47
absolutely the cost of health care is
42:49
ridiculous thank you know the cost of
42:52
health care is through the roof and the
42:53
reason is because of government
42:54
government involvement in the cost of
42:56
health care government regulations
42:58
Medicare red tape Medicaid red tape and
43:02
insurance mandate red tape has
43:05
contributed to roughly 75% of the
43:08
overall cost of health care that is why
43:10
health care is so expensive if you talk
43:12
to doctors offices 75% of the cost of
43:15
what they are doing is related entirely
43:17
to complying with an ever-increasing
43:19
number of regulations from the insurance
43:22
mandates the federal federal and state
43:24
insurance mandates and from Medicare and
43:25
Medicaid and that’s what’s causing the
43:27
the price increases that’s before you
43:30
get into the patent protections on
43:31
pharmaceutical companies that allowed
43:33
them to jack up the price on drugs that
43:35
in some cases have been around longer
43:36
than any of us had been alive such as
43:38
insulin and epinephrine and others they
43:41
can jack up the cost a hundred times a
43:43
thousand times they can charge whatever
43:44
they want because the insurance
43:46
companies will pay for it and because no
43:49
one can make that competing drug even
43:50
though the ability to make it is widely
43:52
available because of federal patent
43:55
protections and then that’s not to get
43:57
it before we even get into a certificate
44:00
of need laws where hospitals and people
44:02
that want to build new hospitals or add
44:04
wings to hospitals or you know bring a
44:06
new MRI machine into an area or build a
44:09
new Medical Center have to scrape and
44:10
beg the local municipalities that
44:12
they’re building them in and get
44:14
petitions signed and basically run a key
44:16
Payne to beg for them to be able to make
44:19
it which takes sometimes months or even
44:20
years to get approval and the
44:22
municipalities don’t want to have to go
44:24
through this they’re required by federal
44:25
law to do so and so this artificially
44:29
restricts the supply and access and
44:31
drives up costs and also leads to for
44:33
example if you’re in I don’t know a
44:35
pandemic a situation where there aren’t
44:37
enough beds and there aren’t enough
44:39
facilities to provide the services that
44:41
we need and also again drives up the
44:43
cost so just those three things the red
44:45
tape the compliance red tape the
44:47
certificate of need laws and the patent
44:50
protections for pharmaceutical companies
44:52
contributes to anywhere from eighty to
44:55
ninety percent of the cost of healthcare
44:56
if you remove that and you allow the
44:59
cost of healthcare to be determined by
45:01
you the consumer the patient and your
45:04
provider on the price equilibrium model
45:08
where they know that if they charge too
45:09
much no one’s going to come and use
45:11
their services the cost of healthcare
45:14
will go down rapidly and exponentially
45:17
as a result of the cronies being taken
45:20
out of the equation and the only people
45:21
making any money being the actual
45:23
healthcare providers that’s how you deal
45:25
with health care anchor FM call for oh
45:28
my gosh let’s go right now to it right
45:35
Thank You Amanda for yeah Thank You
45:39
Amanda
45:39
so here is a question that has not been
45:41
previously vetted from one Amanda and
45:43
we’re always you know the caveat there
45:47
is we don’t know what’s about to be said
45:48
so brace yourselves hi my name is Amanda
45:52
mountain Oregon and I’m calling
45:54
regarding the FEMA National Flood
45:57
Insurance Program mmm you may or may not
46:01
know that flood insurance is federally
46:03
mandated for homes in flood zones across
46:06
the entire United States and it’s only
46:08
been until recently that the private
46:11
sector has been able to come in and help
46:14
bring prices down for many years FEMA
46:18
was the only option of monopoly and the
46:20
cost of flood insurance just was crazy
46:24
high my question to you is how will you
46:27
encourage the continued privatization
46:30
continued private markets to come in and
46:33
combat some of these government
46:34
monopolies and help bring prices down on
46:37
things like flood insurance
46:40
that’s a great question do you want to
46:42
take that first Matt or do you want me
46:43
to take it we both live in flood zones
46:46
so both live in flood zones and I used
46:49
to be in real estate so I’ve had to deal
46:50
with this then I’ll let you take it
46:52
person I’ll get my thoughts unless
46:54
they’re exactly what you just said which
46:56
there’s there’s a good chance it will be
46:58
so one of the reasons that the private
47:02
ended private industry didn’t get into
47:04
flood flood insurance until I believe
47:07
that was six years ago if I remember
47:10
correctly was because they legally were
47:13
not allowed to because of restrictions
47:15
on the market they could not do it so
47:17
allowing them to get in allowing
47:20
removing those restrictions removing
47:22
those barriers and allowing private
47:24
insurance companies to do flood
47:27
insurance as well will definitely open
47:30
up the market and lower the costs
47:32
basically that’s really all you need to
47:34
do right now I think only a few
47:37
companies are able to do it I haven’t
47:40
looked into it in years because I’ve
47:41
left real estate because it’s an awful
47:44
awful business well I think that you I
47:49
think that if you oh sorry I think that
47:52
only a few companies are allowed to do
47:54
it right now but if you were to open
47:55
that up to multiple company company that
47:58
does insurance that would drive the
48:01
price down exponentially absolutely yeah
48:05
and also not require it in the first
48:07
place and that’s a big one there because
48:09
it’s makes sense to get flood insurance
48:13
if you’re in a flood zone but when you
48:16
mandate it you create a captive market
48:19
and then when you restrict the number of
48:21
people the number of options you can get
48:23
it from you create an even worse captive
48:25
market you create a situation where they
48:27
only have one option and they can’t say
48:29
no to it and that’s why the cost went up
48:31
as much as they did and it was built on
48:33
the flimsy pretext that if left to its
48:36
own devices people wouldn’t be able to
48:38
have a sustainable flood insurance
48:41
market well why wouldn’t they the
48:43
and is there and the supply is there so
48:46
let it do its thing so the answer to how
48:49
to make it happen is at the federal
48:52
level Jo Jorgensen would get us out of
48:55
flood insurance because there’s nothing
48:57
in the Constitution that says anything
49:00
about flood insurance or insurance at
49:02
all it has nothing to do with the
49:04
federal government it’s arguable that
49:05
even the state government shouldn’t be
49:07
involved but the federal government
49:08
absolutely should not be involved and
49:10
the skewed definition of Commerce that
49:13
is constantly abused by the supreme
49:15
courts and Congress and the president –
49:18
you know justify ever and create
49:20
increasing infringement on our lives and
49:22
rights and properties and
49:23
decision-making ability and our wealth
49:25
is a direct insult to the Constitution
49:28
and the purpose of restricting the you
49:32
know restricting what government
49:33
supposed to be involved in and if that
49:35
paper is worth anything and if the
49:37
government that it’s governed under is
49:39
worth anything then it should be
49:40
existing only to under within its actual
49:43
limitations and so Jo Jorgenson would
49:45
end the involvement in the flood
49:48
insurance market and simply allow people
49:50
to choose their flood insurance the best
49:52
way to fix things is to get government
49:55
out of it so that now there are three
49:57
ways that people can can cooperate with
49:59
each other or interact with each other
50:01
for the things that they need
50:03
cooperation competition and coercion
50:08
cooperation and competition is the best
50:10
way forward coercion is what government
50:12
gives you forcing you into situations
50:14
that often don’t work and they don’t
50:17
care because they don’t have to they
50:19
don’t have to convince you that it’s a
50:21
good idea they just have to convince you
50:23
that you better do it or you’re gonna
50:24
get in trouble and so get government out
50:26
of it and let the market do its thing
50:27
let people get the insurance that they
50:29
need from whoever wants to provide it
50:31
that will bring down the cost bring up
50:33
the access and allow for a price
50:35
equilibrium that will happen as a
50:36
natural result of the market simply
50:38
doing what it does
50:41
Bret Robertson we are not going to help
50:43
you with your math test and you probably
50:45
don’t you do not want yeah you don’t you
50:48
don’t want that from us yeah
50:53
we’ll do one more question and then I
50:55
think we can move on to
50:57
the second segment let’s see okay Mike
51:03
Johnson why isn’t the Libertarian Party
51:06
split on abortion couldn’t you argue
51:07
that a baby has a right to life liberty
51:09
and the pursuit of happiness so we
51:11
actually do have a split the majority of
51:13
the day the libertarian party is various
51:17
yeah there’s quite a split on on
51:21
abortion now the majority of
51:23
libertarians fall on the set aside of
51:25
saying government should not be telling
51:26
a woman what she can and can’t do you
51:28
know when she’s pregnant
51:29
with her body but there are as a very
51:32
large number of pro-life libertarians
51:34
now here is where I stand on this as a
51:37
former pro-life libertarian and as
51:39
someone who and my wife and I have had
51:41
many conversations about this if she
51:43
were to get pregnant if we were to get
51:44
pregnant we would have the child we
51:45
would not have an abortion here is the
51:47
problem with having the government
51:48
decide that a conceived embryo or fetus
51:55
has all of the rights of a of a fully
51:58
developed born human being here’s that
52:00
here’s the problem with that yes it bans
52:02
all abortion even in the case of rape
52:05
and and incest or even the threat to the
52:09
life of the mother but it also bans it
52:13
also bans in vitro fertilization because
52:15
many many embryos are created as a
52:17
result of that and most of them do not
52:19
do not latch or whatever and most of
52:23
them end up dying sometimes to the tune
52:25
of dozens or even hundreds so that would
52:27
be considered mass murder under this but
52:30
it gets even worse if you are a pregnant
52:33
woman and you have a miscarriage there
52:35
will have to be a wrongful death
52:36
investigation to make sure that there
52:38
was no foul play involved because a
52:41
human just died a human with all of the
52:44
same rights and and and legal
52:46
protections as any other American
52:48
citizen has or any other person in
52:51
America has died and now there has to be
52:54
an investigation for that and it gets
52:56
even worse than that if you’ve had
52:57
multiple miscarriages and are still
52:59
trying to get pregnant you would be
53:01
banned from doing so because continuing
53:03
to get pregnant knowing that it will
53:06
likely result in a miscarriage would be
53:08
considered negligent homicide
53:10
and it gets even worse if you are at a
53:13
high risk of having a miscarriage as a
53:15
pregnant woman you’re probably not going
53:18
to be allowed to do it or you will be
53:19
forced to live a healthier lifestyle to
53:22
make sure that you are able to
53:25
successfully have a child they may
53:26
mandate that you take prenatal vitamins
53:29
they may mandate that you eat a low salt
53:31
diet they may mandate that you eat a
53:33
certain number of carbs every day
53:35
because again this is no longer about
53:36
you trying to have a baby this is about
53:38
protecting a constitutionally protected
53:41
person that is inside of you at the very
53:43
moment of conception and if you set that
53:46
line anywhere other than conception if
53:49
you say that at any other point between
53:52
conception and birth is the moment that
53:55
the fetus is now a constitutionally
53:59
protected person you’re drawing just as
54:02
arbitrary a line as every individual who
54:05
chooses whether or not they want to have
54:07
an abortion and there is no consensus on
54:10
when that line where that line is and
54:13
whether or not abortion is a moral act
54:15
as a result of it given that lack of any
54:19
kind of consensus on where that
54:20
arbitrary line is and given the
54:22
nightmare scenario that none of us want
54:24
to live in if we gave constitutional
54:27
rights to immediately conceived embryos
54:31
at the very moment of conception then we
54:34
can only conclude that government needs
54:37
to be left out of it and as the
54:38
libertarian party platform says that
54:40
while we respect the the the well held
54:43
and strongly held convictions of people
54:46
on all sides of this discussion as being
54:48
in good faith and in a desire to help
54:50
others we also recognize that the
54:53
government should just be left out of it
54:55
and left to the individual conscience of
54:57
the person who is making that decision
54:58
so that is the that is the point of them
55:02
and real quick we do have Chris Reynolds
55:07
since he is the name of this segment I’m
55:10
gonna have to try to piece this one
55:12
together okay he says auto insurance to
55:14
cover another person’s medical bills
55:16
isn’t required in Florida can confirm so
55:18
poor people are our incentive
55:21
incentivized not to purchase it so
55:24
they get to hurt people negligently with
55:26
zero consequence so it seems a
55:28
governmental requirement to have minimum
55:30
auto insurance seems like the most fair
55:32
play
55:34
only people with assets need to get
55:37
insurance poor people with no assets
55:38
aren’t worried about a lawsuit of course
55:41
so what is your position on mandatory
55:44
auto insurance so here’s my thing
55:48
whoever owns the road would probably
55:52
want to have something like that in
55:53
place to protect their own liability now
55:55
in our situation the roads are owned by
55:58
the government which means that we’re
56:00
not just talking about a requirement for
56:03
including you know to being improve
56:05
being put on a allowed to use a property
56:07
or a service in this case roads it’s a
56:10
government mandate if you want to be on
56:11
the roads it’s the law you have to have
56:13
liability insurance to protect on these
56:16
things so I think the answer here is in
56:20
order to create a situation where
56:21
liability is protected and someone who
56:24
doesn’t have to be negligent someone
56:27
can’t be negligent on a road while also
56:29
not having the government require you to
56:31
purchase a product I think the best way
56:33
that and for many other reasons is to
56:36
simply allow have government privatize
56:39
the roads and allow private entities to
56:43
to be good stewards of those or you’ll
56:45
have much better roads they’ll cost a
56:46
lot less you will eliminate the need for
56:50
police to act as revenue collectors and
56:52
and hit you for fines on broken
56:54
taillights and stuff to help pay for the
56:56
upkeep of those roads because they’re so
56:58
poorly managed by the state and cost
57:00
have made run-up major cost overruns
57:02
because of all the bloat and graft
57:04
involved in having government run
57:06
something and then you also get out of
57:08
this out of the sticky question of this
57:10
on you know whether government should
57:11
force someone to fight to to purchase a
57:15
product instead you have a situation
57:17
where now a private owner of that road
57:20
says yeah you’re welcome to drive on
57:23
these roads and in order to do so here
57:25
are the requirements to do so to protect
57:27
both the the people that you may
57:29
accidentally hit and and us from any
57:31
potential liability and that just solves
57:33
many many problems so that would be my
57:35
answer on that
57:37
we did get one more anchor FM call if
57:40
you want to take it sure sure sure
57:42
it’s from Duncan yeah and so I’m gonna
57:46
address cuz Daniels still bringing up
57:47
the stuff on abortion ultimately I’m not
57:49
arguing with you on when personhood
57:52
begins because there is no consensus on
57:54
it and it would be pointless to argue on
57:56
it and you’re saying you know that it
57:59
was the a willful acts a willful action
58:01
that was necessary to justify our murder
58:03
charge you’re 100% correct it also in
58:06
every situation where a fetus dies there
58:09
is some form of a willful action and
58:11
they will have to investigate it and if
58:14
you’ve engaged in a willful action of
58:16
getting pregnant even though you’ve had
58:17
other miscarriages and every time you
58:19
got pregnant or most of the times you
58:21
got pregnant there was a miscarriage you
58:23
are now taking a willful action that is
58:25
resulting potentially in a death which
58:27
would make you negligee of negligent
58:29
homicide or at least being investigated
58:31
for you are a hundred percent correct if
58:33
you give constitutional rights to a an
58:36
embryo at that very moment and call it a
58:40
person with constant constitutionally
58:42
protected rights it absolutely would
58:44
make for murder charges for abortion and
58:46
a whole bunch of other stuff and again
58:49
you’re not gonna find many people
58:51
certainly not many women who would want
58:53
to live in a world like that where the
58:54
government is so in control of our
58:56
day-to-day lives that they’re telling
58:58
women whether or not they can get
58:59
pregnant they’re that because that would
59:01
again you know we look at what
59:02
government leads to government would
59:04
then be create pregnancy licensing
59:07
because you would have to make sure that
59:10
you were whatever their criteria was to
59:13
be able to get pregnant because they
59:14
don’t want to create they don’t want you
59:16
creating a constitutionally protected
59:18
person who then dies so again you’re not
59:22
gonna want to live in that world the
59:24
Pandora’s box of banning abortion leads
59:26
to a much bigger Pandora’s box of some
59:29
very big restrictions on your ability to
59:31
try to get pregnant even if you are
59:33
resulting if you are likely to have a
59:36
miscarriage and that includes me my
59:39
mother had something like seven
59:40
miscarriages and ectopic pregnancies and
59:42
false pregnancies before finally being
59:43
able to have me if this was the law of
59:45
the land they would have never allowed
59:47
her to go that far they would have
59:48
probably put her in jail after the third
59:50
time
59:51
so no this is the problem and so we’re
59:56
gonna take one more call that we have on
59:57
anchor fm one more message that we have
59:59
on the anchor it’s not really a call I
60:00
guess and if spike did not get to your
60:04
questions you’re doing a show tomorrow
60:06
yeah I’m doing an episode of my show my
60:09
fellow Americans so be sure to tune in
60:11
tomorrow at 8:00 and I will answer as
60:13
many questions as I can then yeah and he
60:16
may even be brazen enough to open the
60:18
phone lines I’m I might I’ve actually
60:20
had a pretty good run so far with
60:22
opening the phone lines that’s been
60:23
that’s been a big hit so Duncan Picard
60:25
with a question then we will go on to
60:28
the second section of our discussion
60:32
here of our show hey spike my name is
60:36
Duncan I’m here from Greenville South
60:38
Carolina I was wanting to ask you about
60:41
government involvement in federal
60:43
student loans and federal college
60:46
programs and how we can help drive back
60:50
down the cost of college without you
60:54
know shafting over those of us who have
60:56
already paid into some of the the scam
60:59
if you will thank you for thank you for
61:03
that question so I think it sounds like
61:05
the way you phrase that we both agree
61:06
that the problem with the federal
61:07
student loan system is that they have
61:09
jacked up the pricing by underwriting no
61:11
matter what the cost of the tuition is
61:13
they’re jacking up the price of that
61:15
tuition um and so what has ended up
61:18
happening now as a result is the is the
61:22
colleges can charge whatever they want
61:23
because they don’t have to worry about
61:25
price equilibrium they don’t have to
61:27
worry about if the price goes up too
61:28
high students don’t show up they can
61:30
just keep raising it to whatever they
61:32
want for the most part and the federal
61:34
government they’re underwriting these
61:36
loans which means now you owe the
61:37
federal government good luck getting out
61:39
of that loan even if you drop out even
61:42
if you end up not getting into the job
61:43
you were looking for
61:44
you still got to pay that back and it is
61:46
nearly impossible to get out of it even
61:49
using bankruptcy it is nearly impossible
61:51
to get out of that loan so it is a
61:53
system that has left entire and into
61:56
really two generations of students
61:58
behind and so I think the answer
61:59
obviously is get the federal government
62:01
out of it and when you get the federal
62:03
government out of it
62:04
that will greatly reduce the price of
62:08
tuition because it has to because the
62:10
colleges will know that they can’t
62:12
charge as much because there won’t be
62:14
anyone showing up the students can’t
62:17
afford it so that will end that the
62:20
other thing you do is you remove so many
62:22
of the barriers and burdens and
62:24
educational requirements that are
62:26
completely unnecessary in most cases to
62:29
say that if you want to braid hair you
62:30
have to go to school for two years and
62:31
run up to it five figures in student
62:33
debt tens of thousands of dollars in
62:35
student debt or if you want to you know
62:37
if you if you want to engage in an
62:39
ever-growing number of businesses you
62:41
have to go to school for four years or
62:43
eight years and run up tens or hundreds
62:45
of thousands of dollars in student debt
62:46
in order to be able to do that job
62:49
remove most of those requirements so
62:51
that the demand for public for higher
62:53
education goes down to the actual
62:55
equilibrium of what’s even needed in the
62:57
first place now when you talk about the
62:59
people like you who are already kind of
63:01
caught up in the scam I will defer to
63:04
Joe on what her plan is for existing
63:06
students with existing student debt but
63:08
I will tell you this my personal opinion
63:10
is that when an entity that ran up debt
63:13
under coercion exerts that that the
63:17
collection of that debt I believe that
63:19
debt is is ineligible I think that debt
63:23
is illegitimate and so I personally
63:25
believe that once you have reformed the
63:27
system then the best way moving forward
63:29
is for the government to simply
63:31
eliminate that debt because it should
63:33
have never run it up in the first place
63:34
I had no business doing so it under
63:37
wrote it it under it that under wrote
63:39
that debt on the backs of us the
63:41
taxpayer and the Treasury bond payer so
63:43
I would I would different but I would
63:45
defer to Joe on that in terms of what
63:47
the campaign believes what the best way
63:49
to deal with student loan debt existing
63:51
student loan debt is so thank you for
63:54
all of your questions and we will move
63:56
forward to section two and this is the
64:04
this is another Supreme Court case which
64:06
is also a really really big deal Chris
64:09
or Chris Matt
64:13
Chris Chris hey Chris go together for
64:17
two years I’m I’m sorry I meant Matt I’m
64:20
sorry I was looking at this when I said
64:22
it I was saying that and I said Chris
64:24
because I was looking at this beautiful
64:25
face
64:26
Chris Reynolds attorney-at-law Chris
64:28
Reynolds law.com personally injured in
64:31
Florida he are you like Matt recently
64:35
personally injured in Florida Chris
64:40
Reynolds law calm guy super emotional
64:43
injuries and would you take that case
64:48
would you take that case against your
64:51
next vice president so the Supreme Court
64:58
ruled a bunch of stuff this week and one
65:01
of them has to do with the Consumer
65:03
Financial Protection Bureau so a brief
65:06
brief history the Consumer Financial
65:10
Protection Bureau was created in 2010
65:13
and was the brainchild of a pre senator
65:17
Elizabeth Warren and it was included in
65:19
the dodd-frank banking bill forgetting
65:24
but who doesn’t know about dodd-frank
65:26
look it up oh yeah it’s bad
65:29
the CFPB is just a tip of the iceberg on
65:33
all the bad things about dodd-frank yeah
65:37
that’s just a really bad one now when
65:41
they decide to create it they decided
65:42
that the chief of the CFPB is appointed
65:45
by the President and approved by the
65:47
Senate for a five-year term the idea
65:51
being to fashion an executive agency
65:53
which would be free of presidential
65:55
influence however the last two
66:01
presidents have proven that’s not a
66:04
thing Congress decided that the
66:08
president should be allowed to remove
66:10
the director of the CFPB only for
66:13
inefficiency neglect of duty or
66:15
malfeasance in office there’s no other
66:17
reason that they could do this and
66:19
there’s no way that those are never less
66:21
terms especially in efficiency that the
66:23
president could just clean those things
66:26
I’ll write up that law that section of
66:30
that law to be they had to explain this
66:33
a little bit yep no no they did not
66:35
no that was what it said yep it’s just
66:37
like with uh actually it’s it’s just
66:41
like the you know with um with
66:42
impeachment where it just says high
66:44
crimes and misdemeanors right and then
66:47
doesn’t even bother to say what that
66:50
even means or give examples like
66:53
misdemeanors like jaywalking yep yep so
66:59
so for the very so during the time the
67:03
when Richard Cordray was the director
67:06
and he was appointed to the position as
67:09
a recess II point II inning didn’t go
67:13
through the Senate already breaking the
67:14
rule yep
67:16
breaking the rule right out the gate he
67:17
did get confirmed in 2013 I don’t want
67:20
to say that he was in there the entire
67:21
time without getting confirmed he did
67:26
during that time he obeyed changed those
67:31
notes he issued a civil investigation
67:38
demand to Selah Celia la la la la to
67:45
determine whether the firm had engaged
67:46
in unlawful acts or practices in the
67:49
advertising marketing or sale of debt
67:51
relief services now he did resign the
67:56
position in 2017 because he felt that
67:58
Trump and Mick Mulvaney were out to get
68:01
him oh wow so he resigned now Celia law
68:07
LLC is a california-based firm that
68:10
provides debt related legal services to
68:12
clients I’m going to just say there is a
68:18
relatively decent chance that some of
68:21
the stuff they were doing was shady oh
68:22
I’m sure
68:24
just just saying it I’m not saying they
68:28
are the good guys in this will not say
68:32
that because they probably aren’t but
68:35
they asked the Consumer Financial
68:38
Protection Bureau to set us
68:39
the demand objecting that the agency’s
68:41
leadership by a single director
68:43
removable only for cause violated the
68:46
separation of powers because they’re an
68:52
executive agency yeah
68:56
the CFPB declined to respond and push
68:59
forward on the demand which Celia did
69:02
not see Celia see you see them see see
69:08
the law which they did not which they
69:12
did not want to do the district court
69:14
said they had to comply with the terms
69:15
of the demand and the appeals court
69:17
agreed with the district court having
69:20
had the argument already decided and ph
69:22
h corp verse the CFPB and saw no need to
69:27
replay the same ground which i think is
69:29
just a great phrase for to come out of a
69:32
legal doctrine right there i mean that’s
69:36
way better than be a dead horse
69:38
which is okay let’s real quick why would
69:42
you beat a dead horse that is really
69:44
pointless why would you reap lau the
69:46
same ground you wouldn’t but beating a
69:51
dead horse is also much better than
69:53
beating a live one
69:55
well there’s no suffering anymore right
69:58
but it’s not as well i don’t know if it
70:01
says cathartic but it’s really bad
70:03
whereas just replaying the same ground
70:05
is pointless
70:10
free plowing the same grab my life same
70:13
ground but instead it provided a brief
70:16
explanation for why it agreed with the
70:19
thh courts core holding the court took
70:22
it it took as it’s starting point
70:24
humphrey executor which had approved
70:27
for-cause removal protection for the
70:29
Commissioner of the Federal Trade
70:30
Commission because originally it wasn’t
70:36
like that
70:36
now even though they said yes we kind of
70:41
see your your argument here you still
70:43
have to comply with the demands even
70:46
though they got their point even though
70:49
they even though they understood the
70:50
point they still had to comply with the
70:52
demands
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now that was when it came to the Supreme
70:57
Court it was it was heard I had no idea
70:59
about it otherwise we probably would
71:00
have talked about it but we didn’t so
71:04
this is when Robert says amicus which is
71:10
an impartial adviser argues that the
71:12
demand issue to petitioner is not
71:14
traceable to the alleged constitutional
71:16
defect because two of the three
71:19
directors who have in turn played a role
71:22
in enforcing the demand were or now
71:24
consider themselves to be removable by
71:27
the president at will so the first the
71:31
first person that actually held it who
71:34
was just he was there until they
71:36
nominated somebody who should have put
71:38
his name in the notes but I didn’t he
71:40
knew that he was just gonna be removed
71:41
at will because he was never officially
71:43
appointed right that guy that he was
71:45
being plotted against to get rid of so
71:47
he left and third person who is there
71:51
now
71:51
Kathleen cran agur craning her she has
71:56
stated in the past that she believes the
71:58
president can fire her it will look
72:00
we’re gonna get to that in just a second
72:02
though after that he says amicus
72:06
highlights the government’s argument
72:08
below the demand originally issued by
72:10
former director Richard Cordray has been
72:13
ratified by an Acting CFPB director who
72:17
according to the Office of Legal Counsel
72:18
was removable by the president at will
72:22
so right here we’ve got Richard Cordray
72:24
saying we’ve got him saying yeah I
72:27
believe I was it he could remove me at
72:29
will this is a position that was
72:31
originally set up so that the president
72:34
would not be able to remove him at will
72:36
right right but because the first person
72:39
was just in he was there instead until
72:43
they did appoint somebody he knew he was
72:45
going to be removed it will the second
72:46
person believed he could be removed at
72:48
will and the third person says because
72:55
further observes that current CFPB
72:57
director Kathleen Kramer now responsible
73:00
for enforcing the demand agrees with the
73:03
Solicitor General’s position in this
73:05
case
73:06
her for-cause removal protection is
73:08
unconstitutional so the first two people
73:10
went along with it and then the third
73:14
one is saying no you can’t remove me no
73:17
the third person is saying that is
73:20
unconstitutional
73:23
she’s saying she’s saying no you can’t
73:25
remove me so she can remove me okay okay
73:29
okay so now because of this the entire
73:32
hierarchy and whether or not this entire
73:35
organization is constitutionally legal
73:38
is being brought under fire this doesn’t
73:43
in that way I’m just gonna I’m dashing
73:47
that hope right now this does not end
73:50
the way that you got excited that it was
73:52
going to end uh all right well let’s
73:56
just look at this next one that I’m
73:57
carrying right so well no not yet we we
74:02
have stuff okay so remember Kathleen
74:05
Krieger was appointed by Trump in 2018
74:07
she took the place of core drawer she is
74:14
she has been documented as saying I
74:18
cannot be fired except for for one of
74:23
the reasons above and recently switched
74:25
it while this case was being heard what
74:31
did she know about Jeffrey Epstein
74:33
hashtag buddy and because of all three
74:39
of these people at some point saying
74:41
yeah I believe that I could be fired by
74:44
the president he says in his ruling we
74:47
hold that the CFPB’s leadership by a
74:49
single individual removable for own for
74:53
inefficiency neglect or malfeasance
74:56
violates the separation of powers so
75:01
meaning that it’s it violates it if they
75:06
can’t be removed for any reason or that
75:10
it violates it that there’s only one
75:13
director if I so if there’s going to be
75:16
one director the executive needs
75:19
be able to remove that will okay okay
75:22
okay okay so that’s the co so Congress
75:25
has no business telling the president
75:26
how they can or can’t staff their agency
75:29
right well here’s a good part of that
75:33
that means that the president who will
75:37
next be Joe Jorgenson can just fire
75:42
people everybody and then not rehire
75:46
them as long as it’s an executive agency
75:49
she can fire the whole lava fire
75:51
everyone in the ATF and IRS and DEA and
75:56
we don’t even have to worry about
75:58
legislation changes because he could
76:00
just fire them and not replace them
76:03
because they can’t make her appoint
76:05
anyone and they can’t say she can’t fire
76:08
people because otherwise that would be
76:12
nope that would be a violation of the
76:17
separation of powers
76:18
hashtag buddy hashtag now mocks Chris is
76:24
saying it violates the executive a late
76:27
sit because the executive branch has all
76:29
the power powers aren’t separated except
76:32
except as I’m I’m going to try to get
76:35
into here in a second actually I’m just
76:36
gonna go into it yeah article 2 provides
76:39
that the executive power shall be vested
76:41
in a president who must take care that
76:43
the law be faithfully executed the
76:45
entire executive power belongs to the
76:47
president alone so if something is
76:49
listed as an executive agency he is the
76:52
only person that is allowed to be
76:54
looking at so this ended up being a
76:58
thing that makes me kind of happy right
77:00
because I was I was reading it and yes
77:03
does it expand executive power yes it
77:06
does yeah
77:07
however it also means should we happen
77:12
to get Jorgenson Cohen into office they
77:16
could legally fire everybody in the
77:22
executive branch in the executive
77:24
agencies everyone we want to is gone so
77:28
when they say how do you end the war on
77:30
drugs
77:30
well we D schedule all the drugs and
77:32
then we fire
77:33
the DEA how do you end the war on guns
77:36
well she declines to enforce any federal
77:38
gun laws and then fires everyone in the
77:41
ATF and how do you you know how do you
77:45
stop the federal sir warrantless
77:48
surveillance program fire everyone
77:49
involved in it and not rehire them
77:52
because she doesn’t have to because
77:53
anything less is a nap dammit again
77:58
everything less is a violation of the
78:01
separation of powers so even though the
78:04
Supreme Court came a step shy of calling
78:06
the entire CFPB unconstitutional because
78:09
in this this is one of those what’s it
78:13
called severability right like if if
78:15
that’s how it’s written that would
78:16
necessarily make the whole thing
78:18
unconstitutional right right but they
78:22
did give the president power to fire
78:25
anyone they want for no reason and so so
78:29
here’s here’s the thing that most of us
78:31
were probably hoping for at the
78:33
beginning of this story that they found
78:35
that having the director be fireable for
78:38
certain for certain non defined terms
78:42
made it unconstitutional so they’re
78:44
gonna scrap the entire project that
78:46
would have been much better yes have
78:48
been much much better with him in watch
78:49
back they stopped just a hair shy on
78:52
that and instead they said that the
78:56
president can fire any member of an
78:57
executive department at will and doesn’t
79:00
need cause doesn’t need cause why did
79:03
you fire him wanted to felt like it was
79:07
in a mood don’t worry buddy an executive
79:10
brand or sorry an executive agencies
79:13
probably well not the executive branch I
79:15
don’t think you can I mean I guess you
79:16
can fire yourself if you wanted to but
79:20
everybody can just get fired everybody
79:22
can if you’re in an executive agency you
79:24
are under the purview of the president
79:25
and the president can fire all of them
79:27
doesn’t need any specific reason sorry
79:32
my chair started acting funny doesn’t
79:38
need a nice it doesn’t need a specific
79:40
reason none so I fired this chair I’m
79:44
firing this chair and I don’t need cause
79:46
because that
79:47
would be damn it that would be a
79:50
separation violation of the separation
79:53
of power so so yeah now we still have
80:08
the consumer finance PV until but your
80:18
jorgensen comes in and fires all think
80:21
and then fire everybody in it and it
80:25
would just go away hashtag like what
80:28
money the DPA buddy know which one it’s
80:34
hashtag where’s the one with the thing I
80:37
don’t know hashtag no where’s hashtag
80:40
buddy your screen
80:42
Oh hashtag buddy oh so so silver lining
80:49
there we could potentially have Joe
80:50
Jorgenson come in and completely
80:54
eliminate all the agencies that don’t
80:58
line up with her interpretation of the
81:02
explicit powers granted to the federal
81:05
government now Matt Matt Bayne and Brett
81:09
Robertson are asking is it extended to
81:11
Vice President or strictly POTUS I’m
81:15
certain that it’s extended strictly to
81:17
POTUS oh no he’s saying can it can Kidd
81:21
could Joe fire the the vice president oh
81:24
I thought they were saying cuz the
81:27
question that yeah the way that I read
81:29
it was you know could it could it be um
81:33
the the president could I fire people
81:36
which would be awesome okay that’s how I
81:38
yeah but so no the president can’t fire
81:41
the vice president because it’s a it’s
81:43
an elected role
81:45
something I could be impeached by
81:46
Congress but no I can’t be removed by
81:49
the the president right right
81:56
so you all see I don’t think you can
81:58
fire people that would be on Joe only
82:00
yeah that would be on Joe I can advise
82:02
Joe on who I think should be fired but
82:04
that would be on President Joe president
82:07
Jorgenson to determine a long list
82:09
that’d be a long list and honestly I
82:12
mean wherever shared mine on this stuff
82:14
I think she’d be too busy firing people
82:16
did she’d have two pens going to pens in
82:19
each hand going one firing people and
82:21
the other pardoning people it’d be a
82:23
beautiful beautiful sight which is why
82:25
you have to vote for Jorgenson Cohen
82:28
2020 and the question is well hey how is
82:31
the Jorgensen Cohen campaign going spike
82:33
well we’re going fantastic we are
82:35
beating all of our volunteering and
82:39
fundraising benchmarks that we’ve set we
82:42
are absolutely killing it on social
82:44
media we’re having a daily reach of
82:45
something like 20 million we are doing
82:48
Fanta ya know we’re doing really really
82:50
good on the social media and update on
82:54
my speaking of social media I’m going to
82:56
have a social media manager the amazing
82:58
Caitlyn cloven is bringing the social
83:00
media team over to me to be able to grow
83:04
the message for Jorgenson Cohen via the
83:06
spike Cohen part of the social media so
83:09
that’s absolutely fantastic I will be
83:12
next week right is it next week already
83:15
man yeah next week I will be at arm I
83:20
will next Wednesday I will be at the or
83:23
next Wednesday I’m flying into Orlando
83:25
for the Libertarian Party convention
83:28
assuming it hasn’t been canceled by then
83:31
which might happen so we don’t know and
83:35
then if it does happen and we are we do
83:38
go there then we’ll be going to Freedom
83:40
Fest in Vegas I’ll be playing Caesars
83:43
Palace and being open you know who will
83:44
be my opening act
83:46
just guess Penn & Teller no well it’s
83:53
just gonna be a letdown for everybody
83:55
now Donald Trump jr. what will be my
83:59
opening but it’d be cooler so he’ll get
84:02
to open and then I will go next and
84:04
trash him and his father and their
84:07
policies and beliefs and everything they
84:08
stand for in seize
84:10
palace I’ve never been to Vegas before
84:11
I’m going straight to Vegas to play
84:13
Caesars Palace not unless that gets
84:15
canceled which might happen also also
84:19
true also possible so things are going
84:22
great our campaigns going amazingly we
84:24
are having an absolute fantastic time we
84:27
are planning things left and right we
84:29
are scheduling stuff left and right that
84:30
hopefully doesn’t get cancelled because
84:32
of you know the government stepping in
84:33
and telling people they can’t go there
84:34
and we’ll see what happens but we are
84:37
doing absolutely a fantastic job
84:41
growing the reach getting our message
84:43
out to an impressive and a number of
84:45
people and to give them a non
84:47
watered-down and empathetic and engaging
84:49
and dynamic libertarians message of
84:52
common-sense solutions to solve the
84:54
problems that the Republicans and
84:56
Democrats have imposed upon us in their
84:58
over 160 years of exclusive role rule
85:01
over control over every lever of power
85:03
within the federal government so yeah
85:10
hash tag buddy hash tag buddy and you
85:14
said that you are doing a show tomorrow
85:15
yes I’m doing a show it’ll be probably
85:19
just an AMA show and an update on how
85:21
things are going at that point I will
85:23
also be able to give an update on the 38
85:25
for spike campaign let me go ahead for
85:27
those who didn’t see it earlier here is
85:29
my little birthday appeal because my
85:30
birthday was on Sunday a little bit of
85:32
an appeal on how you can help this
85:36
campaign for my birthday and now an
85:41
important message from the next vice
85:44
president of the United States of
85:46
America
85:47
spike : hey everybody I hope you’re
85:49
doing well I hope you’re having a great
85:50
weekend I am having a fantastic weekend
85:53
because this weekend is my birthday I am
85:56
turning 38 years old and I know what
85:58
you’re thinking spike
85:59
you’ve looked every bit of 38 years old
86:01
that doesn’t surprise me well thank you
86:03
you’re probably also wondering what I’d
86:05
like for my birthday well that’s where
86:07
you come in
86:07
I am hoping for my birthday to have
86:10
everyone who watches this make a $38
86:13
donation to the Jorgenson Cohen campaign
86:15
as part of the 38 for spike campaign I
86:17
just made that name up right now that’s
86:19
that’s what we’re calling it I don’t
86:20
care it that’s what we’re calling it 38
86:23
for spike so if you go to three
86:24
for spike dot-com and donate $38 or
86:27
whatever amount you want to help the
86:29
Jorgensen komen campaign I would greatly
86:31
greatly appreciate it jo Jorgensen is
86:33
running a campaign to set America free
86:35
and with your help that’s exactly what
86:37
you’re gonna do your donation allows us
86:39
to fight for ballot access to engage in
86:42
tours around the country to do viral
86:44
video marketing and everything else in
86:46
between that we need to be able to
86:47
spread the message of Liberty in an
86:49
engaging and dynamic and empathetic way
86:51
so again go 238 for spike dot-com and
86:54
give what you can
86:55
I greatly appreciate it and happy
86:57
birthday to me thank you again for
86:58
everything that you do and don’t forget
87:00
you are the power thirty-eight for spike
87:04
comm you can give any amount you want
87:06
you give thirty-eight and give 380 you
87:08
can give three dollars and 80 cents you
87:10
give thirty-eight dollars and 38 cents
87:12
you can give $13.80 the Sun doesn’t work
87:18
I was born in 1982 so you can give me 19
87:21
dollars and 82 cents you can give me a
87:23
hundred and ninety eight dollars and 20
87:26
cents you give me 1982 dollars and give
87:28
me one dollar and ninety eight rounded
87:32
down from ninety eight point two dollars
87:36
if anybody wants to take a guess in the
87:39
comments the age difference between me
87:40
spike and myself roam in the comments
87:44
we’re actually born on the same day we
87:46
were definitely we’re not kind of I mean
87:51
if you think about it we kind of
87:58
it feels like we were born once it feels
87:59
like it feels like it that’s how close
88:01
we were like it so yeah so we are see
88:07
I’m doing my show tomorrow and I will
88:10
fix my squeaky chair that it’s I don’t
88:11
know if you can you hear the squeak in
88:13
the chair well but I hate it it I know
88:16
you can probably not hear but I hate it
88:18
I will fix that
88:19
it’s my solemn promise to you and we
88:22
will be on here tomorrow on Wednesday at
88:25
8 p.m. Eastern for my fellow Americans
88:28
where I will be trying to get you to
88:30
give me $38 and also answering your
88:32
questions give me $38 and then I will
88:37
continue to be doing multiple
88:38
appearances everyday which I am sharing
88:41
both the live oh I got to do Indian TV
88:43
earlier today Matt I didn’t get to tell
88:45
you that no I get to do what a TV
88:48
interview on Indian TV was an hour long
88:50
a long-form media interview nice yeah it
88:59
was really cool all of those voters
89:02
because you know there be actually based
89:05
in Michigan but they have a large
89:07
audience in the US and Canada and also
89:09
in India um so getting you know reaching
89:12
out to Indian Americans and you know the
89:15
people that like watching Indian
89:16
American television I’m certainly
89:19
certainly not all Denny inception there
89:21
are people that like Indian programming
89:24
so we got to watch that too so it was
89:26
really great and yeah I’m doing multiple
89:28
appearances a day and just really
89:30
getting the word out there and spreading
89:32
the message and so so we will be doing
89:35
that what what are you reading Chris
89:39
Reynolds said the squeaky chair isn’t
89:41
remotely as annoying as the bland wall
89:44
really true picture of man you know no
89:47
but you know what then Chris then you
89:49
contact my wife because what’s above me
89:52
is our TV like this setup is that’s
89:55
right yeah
89:56
like go tell my wife that we need to put
89:59
a bunch of pictures behind me where
90:01
where we watch television with our
90:03
family
90:04
that’s Chris’s job if you can get her to
90:08
do it I will get in your house
90:11
what’s that I have been to your house I
90:15
have spent a week in there you’re not
90:18
watching TV with your family in that
90:19
room tell my wife this this is not a
90:26
spike thing this is not a spike thing
90:30
also when I do this it hits the wall so
90:32
it would end up smashing everything
90:33
behind me but but but yeah because I do
90:37
that here and I need to keep pushing
90:38
this desk out yeah I have to keep like
90:40
getting closer and closer to the thing
90:42
and then I’m touching the mic it’s a you
90:43
know it’s a whole thing happening right
90:44
now so Chris that’s your that’s your
90:47
task for this week so yeah be sure to so
90:51
Chris Matt second time Wow what’s up
90:56
Jason Oh God
90:58
ow he’s not even a top fan he’s not even
91:05
a top fan uh Matt right whom I know very
91:09
well if someone were looking for us on
91:13
the Internet
91:13
Oh so yeah okay we weren’t there yet so
91:16
Wednesday I’ll be on many appearances
91:18
and then Tuesday join us right here
91:20
again for the muddy waters of freedom
91:23
where Matt Wright and I’m parsed through
91:24
the week’s events with the aplomb and
91:26
the joy and Cheer of the sweet summer
91:29
boys that we indeed are now Matt if
91:31
people were trying to find us on the
91:33
Internet is that even possible and if so
91:35
how would they do so it is possible if
91:38
you are a member of the old school who
91:42
truly enjoys listening to our sweet
91:45
sweet sultry buttery smooth voices on
91:48
our way to work and your way home from
91:51
work
91:52
well you’re cleaning I don’t know
91:54
spiking Matt ASMR we do have a spike in
91:59
my ASMR video I’m you can find us at
92:04
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92:06
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92:08
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92:11
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92:15
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92:17
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92:21
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92:25
come can you hear this is this doing the
92:28
thing with your neck I can’t hear that
92:33
at all okay alright well that’s possible
92:36
in my ears right now what’s that it’s as
92:39
loud as possible in my ears and I don’t
92:40
hear that even a little bit okay
92:47
all right so folks thanks again for
92:50
tuning in and we will see you tomorrow
92:53
on my fellow Americans where I will
92:55
continue to guilt you what what what I
92:57
don’t even what is going on Chris
92:59
Randall says don’t involve my face with
93:01
your lurid ASMR consent this is my
93:04
property actually folks thanks again for
93:08
tuning in have a great rest of your
93:11
evening and until tomorrow when I see
93:13
you again and thank you again for tuning
93:16
in and where we’re going we don’t need
93:18
roads
93:19
to come to the McDonald’s at loves on
93:23
the Florida Avenue exit and I waited in
93:27
line to get my food I had already done
93:29
my mobile order so that you know people
93:32
don’t pay for my stuff because I just
93:35
always like to pay for myself but I’m on
93:38
my way home from work when I pull up to
93:42
the window they hand me my receipt so I
93:45
go to the second window to get my food
93:46
and I’m waiting and I’m waiting and I’m
93:51
waiting and so the girl comes to the
93:56
window and asks me what my order was I
94:00
repeat my order and my coffee order and
94:08
they asked me to pull up because my
94:09
foods not ready it’s an English muffin
94:13
meal with a hash brown of coffee
94:16
and I mean I hadn’t eaten since probably
94:19
about I mean I’ve been up for very long
94:21
time but I haven’t eaten in a while so I
94:23
was kinda hungry and I’m still waiting
94:26
and I’m still waiting and they asked me
94:29
to pull up so I pull it forward in
94:32
a girl comes out with my coffee and just
94:36
the coffee and she hands it to me and my
94:39
window down and that’s all she gets me
94:44
as a coffee so I told her I said don’t
94:47
bother with the food because right now
94:49
I’m too nervous to take it it doesn’t
94:52
matter how many hours I’ve been up it
94:53
doesn’t matter what I’ve done for anyone
95:00
right now I’m too nervous to take a meal
95:03
from McDonald’s because I can’t see it
95:06
being made I don’t know what’s going on
95:11
with people nowadays but please just
95:14
give us a break please it was I don’t
95:18
know how much more I can take
95:20
I’ve been doing this for 15 years and
95:22
I’ve never ever had such anxiety about
95:25
waiting for McDonald’s drive-through
95:27
food so just have a heart and if you see
95:31
an officer just doesn’t because I don’t
95:34
care thank you enough anymore
95:44
you


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