Episode 190 – Joe Biden Wants Chipman the Way Usher’s Strippers Want Real Money

The Muddied Waters of Freedom with Jason Lyon and Spike Cohen


One cop gets fired, another cop “accidentally” opens fire, and Usher is throwing around the C-notes (that’s ‘C’ for fake). Biden wants to put the most terrifying man alive as the head of the ATF, and Tim McMaster and Magnus Panvidya join us!

Plus: Personal Injury Attorney Chris Reynolds Attorney at Law Anchor Call in Moment (not really trademarked)

References:
https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/statements-releases/2021/04/07/fact-sheet-biden-harris-administration-announces-initial-actions-to-address-the-gun-violence-public-health-epidemic/
https://www.c-span.org/video/?464471-1/house-judiciary-committee-hearing-assault-weapons


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definitely not going to but let’s see if
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i cannot stand skype i hate skype so
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much
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we we hate skype here at muddied waters
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when we nope nope nope they can’t hear
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you now here we head yep yeah
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but this is be nice to a lawyer day yeah
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student day bud because that’s
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i doubt there is such a thing
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now i know what there is though such a
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thing of and that’s the nope
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yeah no we do we do the guess first we
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do the guest first
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we do the guests first i know it is real
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and that’s our next guest that’s right
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he’s running for the uh be the next
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lieutenant governor
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of pennsylvania along with this guy
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right here
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he’s running with joe soloski who’s
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running for governor he’s running for
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lieutenant governor nope that’s the
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wrong thing right there
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and he is running for lieutenant
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governor of the great state of
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pennsylvania
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he’s running for state senator
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why do my notes say lieutenant go oh no
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because i copied he’s running for
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state senator representing district 48 i
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knew that
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because i just wrote something about him
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but i relied on my notes
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which were wrong ladies and gentlemen
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district
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48th district of pennsylvania i think
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you should run for well
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i can no i don’t say that um
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welcome to the show tim mcmaster
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thank you so much for joining us from
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york it’s good to be here guys
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um i i don’t know if i’m quite ready for
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the upgrade to lieutenant governor
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just yet although i am supporting nicole
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schultz for that position
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yes that’s who’s running for that
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position
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i had nicole on my episode on thursday
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she
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she is fan she is wonderful yes she is
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and i actually we just did a town hall
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in lebanon which is the seat of lebanon
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county
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in the district here with joe and nicole
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and myself so that was uh
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that was quite quite an outstanding
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afternoon we had nice
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yeah that’s really good and again i know
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that you’re running for
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the special election in district 48 i
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literally made a video
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encouraging people to vote for you among
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others that were in the special election
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yeah there’s there’s four of us on four
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of us libertarians um
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for the special elections this year so
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you should that’s awesome sir yes i know
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i should have remembered this
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no you guys are great you know i i it
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speaks to the
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amazing nature of the the whole molten
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maneuver thing
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where pennsylvania libertarians are
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leading the way
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in running for these local offices and
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winning a lot of them
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and there are more pennsylvania has i
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believe
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more elected libertarians at the state
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level than any other state and that
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correct
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it absolutely does yeah state level and
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local offices as well
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i just i love it i’m so happy about that
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and pennsylvania is i mean it’s not a
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small state but it’s a little thing
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yeah and it’s pennsylvania is not a
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small state but it’s not i mean it’s not
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one of the larger states
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and they’ve done an incredible job with
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that hopefully we’re going to replicate
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that across the country so tim
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tell us a little bit about yourself and
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tell us why you’re running for uh
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the for the state senate spot so a
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little bit about myself i am a former
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heavy metal drummer
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former professional wrestler current i.t
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analyst and goat farmer
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i’m not a politician i really don’t ever
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want to be accused
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of being a politician i’m just the guy
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who’s fed up with the
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bs and the bureaucracy and the cronyism
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that i see in harrisburg and with the
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passing of
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the former senator for this seat david
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arnold in january
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um it seemed like a great opportunity to
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just sort of put some of those
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liberty-minded principles that i have
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into action on a state level and um go
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in there and
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pardon the expression kick some ass
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that’s awesome
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you certainly don’t have to pardon that
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expression here
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i think i try to keep it pg because my
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kids are watching that’s fair
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i think uh the question that is
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immediately upon all of our viewers
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uh minds is um what was your wrestling
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name
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um when i first started out it was
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simply loco because i was
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sort of crazy and then it was porter
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p-o-r-t-e-r
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which was kind of patterned i don’t know
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if you ever saw the movie payback
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with mel gibson his character was named
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porter he was a bad guy
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but he had morals so that was kind of my
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gimmick when i wrestled
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okay i wasn’t very good at it if i if i
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was better at it i’d probably still be
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doing it
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but you did it and that’s what counts
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yeah yeah
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that’s what matters is you did it
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like we literally did not do that so you
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got that on us if nothing else
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and you were you’re a heavy metal
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drummer yes yes i was
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like i know i say this a lot but you
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might be my favorite candidate out there
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right now
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well i appreciate it but i also raise
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goats too so
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and everybody loves baby goats that’s
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true there’s nothing
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about you that isn’t cool like you were
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a wrestler
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and a heavy metal drummer oh and you
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raised goats like the least interesting
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thing about you is that you’re running
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for this office
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like that’s yeah probably i t analysis
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yeah yeah the day job that’s
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yeah that’s funny
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so what are some of the things that
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you’re running on what are your main
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issues for
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uh for for running for the speed this
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seat so some of the big things
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that that i want to really stress is i
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want to lower on the path to
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outright eliminating our pennsylvania
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state income tax
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to create pennsylvania as a tax haven so
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we can get attract more businesses
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we can attract and return better
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employees i also
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am working going to be working with if
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i’m elected with
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a republican actually on a
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constitutional carry amendment
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to make pennsylvania the 18th
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constitutional carry state
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in the u.s that would be something i’d
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be very proud to uh
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to sign on to i also want to decrease
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government spending
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and try to force this legislature that
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actually already only works about half
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the time
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into being a part-time legislature with
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a 50 pay cut
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starting at the governor and going all
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the way down to me
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i know there’s going to be resistance on
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that but uh i think it’ll be pretty
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popular with the voters and it’s
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something yeah
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passionate about i can see there being
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some resistance in the
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legislature about that yeah but uh we’re
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going to like here guys i got
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i got this bill for you to sign what’s
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it say i mean it’s a thing you just
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gotta
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you know just like some odds and then
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stuff i’m gonna take half your money and
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give it to
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you know uh nobody we’re just not gonna
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spend it sign it anyway yeah
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yeah here just sign up a bunch of money
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and we’re not switching car
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insurance all you have to do is sign
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this don’t read it just sign
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don’t worry about it it’s going to save
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a bunch of money
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involved yes yeah sign this no one gets
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hurt
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i love it man listen this is the kind of
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stuff that is going to get libertarians
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elected
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you know that’s a very short and concise
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message that you just had there
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you know let’s create a tax haven so
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that businesses come here
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and new businesses can grow in
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pennsylvania let’s
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um uh let’s cut the the salary of these
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you know
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politicians in in harrisburg right
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that’s where
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absolutely yes yeah across america
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pennsylvania has
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one of the highest paid legislatures in
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america our governor
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now makes almost 200 000 a year 200
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000 a year and he works maybe on a good
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month
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12 days a year or 12 days a month and
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that’s a good month for him
19:29
good good work no no he can get by on
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less than that
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he can get buying about a hundred
19:35
thousand or you know honestly even less
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to that
19:38
i mean when i was wrestling i was
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getting by on like 20 30 bucks a night
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plus a couple of hot dogs
19:43
at the concession stand on the way out
19:45
so it can be done
19:47
include that in your med like seriously
19:49
if you’re not already saying stuff like
19:50
that when you’re campaigning you have to
19:53
like this is the stuff that makes people
19:55
go yeah wait a second i used to live on
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30 bucks
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it also shows you’re relatable like it
19:59
shows that when people are like how
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could i possibly live on 100 000
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no you could easily do that schmuck like
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that’s a lot of us are doing that
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it’s just a matter of priorities and
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their right now their priority in
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harrisburg is
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taking money from us to give to them and
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i i refute that i’m going to stand in
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the way of that and i’m going to fight
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against that tooth and nail
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and constitutional carry i love that i
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i’m that makes me do
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all of those things were music to my
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ears man yeah well here’s something else
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you may not have known
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i am the first libertarian to challenge
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for the seat this century
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now grant the century’s only 21 years
20:33
old at this point even still
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yeah still still it’s a factoid it
20:38
sounds
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so much so somebody it sounds so much
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cooler to say that
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some libertarian ran for that seat in
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the previous century
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no we just couldn’t so here’s another
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thing that i’m kind of running on is
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this is the third or one of the top
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three worst
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gerrymandered districts in this state
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like it is
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utterly ridiculous it doesn’t look
21:02
anything at all like a legislative
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district
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it looks like a county is it has like an
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elephant arm and a trunk
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like it’s just wholly bizarre so
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this district has been gerrymandered and
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rigged so much that it’s it
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it’s constantly changing shape so right
21:19
around the year
21:20
19 the 99 2000 time frame is when they
21:24
extended it to extend probably about
21:26
half as many people as it
21:27
as it currently had so that it it
21:30
technically doubled in size
21:32
population wise but it like tripled in
21:34
size geographically
21:36
which is i i don’t even know what their
21:38
logic is to try and do that like how
21:40
could they
21:41
possibly explain doing that and yet they
21:44
did it because that’s harrisburg and
21:45
that’s what they do
21:47
yeah i’m actually pulling up what the
21:49
map looks like so you can see it looks
21:51
yeah it’s ridiculous that was a good
21:53
description that you gave there it’s
21:54
like a weird elephant
21:56
nose thing yeah and then like a
21:59
third arm or something yeah there it is
22:01
yeah so it’s part of
22:02
the baby’s county there in the middle
22:04
and then york county
22:06
down the side it’s like a baby’s arm
22:08
holding lebanon county
22:11
yeah if you zoom in on it at one point
22:12
uh it looks kind of like a zombie face
22:14
but you gotta squint really hard to see
22:16
it
22:18
yeah that’s weird
22:21
so you clearly are the best person
22:24
running and i haven’t interviewed anyone
22:26
else in your district but anyone who
22:27
wants to
22:28
lower taxes uh who wants to uh
22:32
or actually eliminate taxes eliminate
22:34
the income tax eliminate the state
22:35
income tax
22:36
we’re gonna lower property taxes we’re
22:38
gonna we’re gonna push through
22:40
constitutional carry and on the back of
22:42
all that once that’s done
22:44
to celebrate we’re gonna decriminalize
22:46
victimless crimes
22:47
nice i love it this is the good stuff
22:49
and again you’re a goat farming former
22:51
wrestler
22:52
heavy metal drummer and i am so there’s
22:56
nothing about you that isn’t cool
22:58
i mean i guess the i.t thing is kind of
22:59
whatever but it’s honestly
23:01
you know what the fact that you’re an
23:02
i.t guy and you do all that that
23:03
actually makes that cool too
23:05
so honestly how can the most i.t guy
23:08
i.t guy you’ve ever met like if i could
23:10
go back the most
23:12
or smoke signals and carrier pigeons i
23:14
totally would if i could go completely
23:15
off the grid
23:16
and just farm and hang out with my goats
23:19
all day i totally would
23:21
that’s actually a lot of it people
23:22
though i’ve noticed like
23:24
especially once they know like all the
23:25
spying and stuff that’s happening they
23:27
use
23:28
like you know the old nokia phones
23:31
and they you know they they break them
23:34
every month and replace them with
23:35
another one and
23:36
like they don’t really do they they kind
23:37
of live off the grid and they’re
23:39
they’re in i.t but i think it’s because
23:40
they know when you have a faraday cage
23:42
next to your bed
23:44
yeah yeah do you have a faraday cage
23:47
next to your bed
23:48
i can neither confirm deny or comment on
23:50
that oh that’s so
23:51
cool he totally does that’s what’s so
23:53
cool about it so tim how can people help
23:54
you with your campaign if they want to
23:56
get involved
23:57
so the big thing to take away from this
23:59
is there are actually
24:00
four candidates in this particular race
24:03
there’s a republican a democrat as well
24:06
as an independent and myself
24:07
the cool candidate um so we’re kind of
24:10
fighting an uphill battle but
24:11
i think we got him on the ropes but we
24:13
need a little more help pushing over the
24:15
finish line
24:16
so anybody that wants to help can go to
24:18
tim2021
24:20
dot com slash donate tim2021.com
24:25
donate tim2021.com
24:29
donate right and
24:32
i’m going to add some work timothy
24:33
mcmaster for pa48 you know the usual
24:35
channels but
24:37
oh timothy that’s why it wasn’t coming
24:39
up when i was trying to tag you
24:40
um the uh i’m going to add some more
24:43
uh metaphors there that because you had
24:45
the the on the ropes analogy
24:47
we’ve got him on the ropes and we want
24:49
to get you to the
24:50
your drum solo so
24:54
i have to get up the drum riser up the
24:56
drum riser artworks can happen
24:59
and goats
25:04
and goats the goat in harrisburg oh help
25:07
him be
25:07
the goat by going to tim2021.com
25:12
donate i was practicing for this
25:14
interview tonight by doing a lot of food
25:16
puns
25:17
with my 12 year old so that was a that
25:20
was good practice
25:21
that was good tim before we let you go
25:25
uh there’s been a lot of questions in
25:27
the comments
25:28
of who is your favorite drummer
25:33
wow that’s a deep question i mean how
25:35
does one how’s one great musical
25:37
composition
25:38
skill showsmanship longevity uh
25:42
just remember it’s a two-hour show
25:44
probably combining all those aspects
25:46
uh top of my head you’ll burn
25:50
i i knew i was man i was gonna say who
25:53
is your favorite drummer and why is it
25:54
neil pert but i do
25:55
not want to assume that i mean it’s not
25:58
i mean there’s neil pert stands alone
25:59
i mean i one time i tried to play yyz
26:02
and
26:03
i felt like my arm was going to fall off
26:04
and i was like i’m going to go raise
26:06
goats now
26:09
i never drummed again i became a goat
26:11
farmer after trying to do that
26:13
that’s funny man well hey tim thank you
26:15
so much
26:16
everyone tim2021.com uh slash donate
26:19
uh timothy mcmaster for state senate
26:21
pennsylvania 48 if you
26:23
start typing that in it’ll come up on
26:25
facebook and
26:26
uh and thank you so much for coming man
26:28
and good luck with your campaign
26:30
all right thank you very much guys have
26:31
a wonderful evening you too
26:33
thank you man that’s cool hey thank you
26:35
for not getting mad when i said you were
26:36
running for lieutenant governor
26:38
um what’s so crazy is i knew that
26:41
and as i’m saying it i’m like
26:44
wait you kept saying it i was like i
26:45
just kept going and i’m like
26:48
i mean it it’s i wrote it down in my
26:50
thing but then i when i was copy pasting
26:52
i put
26:53
the thing by the way speaking of people
26:55
right what in the hell
26:57
is wrong i don’t know which i don’t know
26:59
why it does that
27:00
why does it do that anyway keep talking
27:03
anyway
27:04
uh no yeah we have now had joe soloski
27:08
who’s running for governor
27:09
um we have had um
27:13
we have had um oh my goodness why am i
27:16
blanking on my new best friend’s name
27:19
nicole schult who is running for
27:20
lieutenant governor
27:22
um she was on my show last week she also
27:24
has a etsy store
27:26
for her farm called ugly acres
27:29
and we have jam on the way to the
27:32
right ander anderegg household that
27:36
sarah is very excited about i’m excited
27:38
about my shirt
27:39
but she’s excited about the jam um
27:42
hey i like things
27:46
well go on to her etsy store and order a
27:49
bunch of jam
27:50
and she will print that shirt for you
27:53
that’s how you do it
27:54
that’s how you do it and uh now we’ve
27:57
had tim mcmaster like we we have had
27:59
like
27:59
a pennsylvania gauntlet
28:02
of libertarian uh activists running for
28:06
office
28:07
yeah but this is how it is this is how
28:10
it is in pennsylvania they’re
28:12
killing it there they are running and a
28:14
few of them are going to win those races
28:16
like they’re running they pennsylvania
28:18
if every state we’re going like
28:19
pennsylvania
28:20
and i’m not calling out other states
28:22
there’s some other states are doing
28:23
great jobs too but if every state we’re
28:24
operating like pennsylvania
28:26
we’d have thousands of elected
28:27
libertarians already like we wouldn’t
28:29
just have hundreds we’d have thousands
28:31
of them
28:32
um they’re absolutely good they’re
28:34
they’re doing incredible and it’s
28:35
it’s named after i think chuck moulton
28:37
it’s called the moulton maneuver
28:39
and his whole thing was just run a bunch
28:41
of people in races across the country
28:43
and i i’ve
28:44
seen in the data that the states that
28:46
have the most
28:47
uh libertarians running across the the
28:50
ballot
28:51
they actually do better in the
28:52
presidential race the the presidential
28:54
ticket does better joe and i did better
28:55
in those states that had more candidates
28:57
running
28:58
um and the the idea that the theory is
29:01
that
29:01
the more people are seeing that l seeing
29:03
libertarians the more
29:04
likely they are to go i wonder who they
29:06
have running for i wonder if they have
29:07
someone running for president and so who
29:08
it is
29:09
and they look us up and go oh wow
29:10
they’re way better than anyone else and
29:12
we’re more likely to get votes so it’s
29:13
it’s you know it’s good stuff for
29:14
everyone to run it
29:16
it’s it’s it’s akin to um
29:20
the old eddie murphy movie the
29:21
distinguished gentleman
29:24
for anybody who knows that movie um yes
29:28
he runs he runs for uh congress
29:32
and he’s running as in his district but
29:35
he has the same name as the guy who was
29:39
in
29:39
office who died and he just assumed that
29:42
people didn’t know that the guy had died
29:45
so he runs
29:46
under thomas jefferson the name you know
29:49
and he just runs for that and he ends up
29:52
winning because they knew the name
29:55
and if you know the name people are more
29:57
likely to vote for the name
29:58
that’s why so many people get reelected
30:00
because they already know the name
30:01
that’s in
30:02
office if you continually see the
30:06
l you start recognizing the l and you
30:08
start learning about what the people who
30:10
have the
30:11
l stand for then you’ll start looking
30:13
into it more the more you see it the
30:15
more it comes into your brain the more
30:16
you think about it and that’s why
30:18
in places where they run a lot of
30:19
libertarians
30:21
spike did well during the presidential
30:27
folks you’re watching a special episode
30:29
of muddy waters of freedom with henry
30:30
mcmaster and ron desantis
30:32
uh we are happy to
30:35
have you here uh this
30:38
well if it’s with your understand this
30:40
is getting pulled off of youtube
30:43
oh yeah you didn’t hear about that no
30:47
ron desantis did a round table
30:49
definitely not in our notes but uh
30:50
ron desantis did a round table with a
30:52
doctor from harvard
30:54
uh one from oxford and one from
30:57
somewhere else and they were talking
30:59
about whether or not kids should wear
31:01
masks and the doctors were like
31:04
no you don’t have to wear masks uh they
31:06
they should they don’t have to wear
31:07
masks you know their kids whatever in
31:08
desantis was like so you’re telling me
31:10
that i don’t need to make my kids the
31:12
kids in my state
31:13
wear masks to go to how he talks yes
31:16
um to have him go to school and
31:20
uh they were like no that’s completely
31:22
unnecessary and um
31:25
yeah youtube pulled it it was doctors
31:27
that were saying you don’t need to do it
31:29
it was doctors from like harvard and
31:31
like not not
31:32
university of phoenix sochi
31:36
um wait is fauci a phoenix
31:40
i don’t know i honestly don’t know oh
31:43
that would be so
31:44
funny that would be so funny america’s
31:46
doctor i’m dr
31:47
fauci and i rise
31:52
um so from the ashes
31:56
um does am i the only one that remembers
31:58
the university of phoenix ads where
32:00
they’re like
32:01
i’m such and such and i rise
32:05
and they like would all do this yeah and
32:07
it was like i
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i got my their most famous graduates
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it’s good cut like it’s good coffee it’s
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32:56
i am so overly caffeinated today i did
32:58
not have any mud water today but i had
33:00
so
33:01
much i had two cups of coffee
33:04
a a a bar that was made out of pure
33:07
coffee
33:09
like a chocolate bar but it’s not
33:10
chocolate it’s pure coffee
33:13
is it is it cacao no
33:17
it had it had literally none of those
33:19
ingredients
33:20
so are you like that time that i had
33:22
like uh
33:24
what did i have i had something like a
33:25
bubble tea or something like that
33:28
and i was that was with me you and josh
33:30
smith and i was like
33:32
hey guys hey hey i’m just hurt
33:35
is that how you feel right now uh well
33:38
no i’m on the tail end of it and i’m
33:39
gonna start
33:40
oh you’re gonna start crashing oh good
33:43
that’s perfect
33:44
shortly before the show but uh
33:47
all right well magnus is gonna be coming
33:48
up shortly so uh he can just fill in for
33:51
you when you start to like really just
33:54
nod off so that’ll be perfect timing so
33:56
uh
33:58
speaking of nodding off oh god
34:05
in windsor virginia
34:09
windsor police officer joe gutierrez
34:11
wait
34:12
hang on former windsor police officer
34:16
joe gutierrez has now been fired
34:20
well that’s good that is but this
34:25
yes this is our this is the result of a
34:28
traffic stop in december
34:29
uh in which former cop joe gutierrez and
34:32
current cop daniel
34:33
crocker pulled over second lieutenant
34:36
caron nazario
34:40
and here’s what happened they pulled
34:41
just just to
34:43
right here so they pulled him over
34:46
for the fact that his license wasn’t
34:48
visible even though it was visible
34:51
he didn’t he had just bought the car so
34:52
we didn’t have permanent plates
34:54
he had the cardboard plate taped to his
34:56
window the inside of his window
34:57
you could see it they pulled him over
35:00
he drove for about i don’t know like a
35:02
half mile at the speed limit
35:05
to get to a well-lit area and so they
35:07
call that a felony traffic stop
35:09
and here’s what they did because of that
35:15
i have not committed any crimes you’re
35:17
being stopped by a tribal violation
35:18
you’re not cooperating at this point
35:19
right now
35:20
you’re under arrest for trafficking
35:21
you’re being detained okay you’re being
35:23
detained from
35:24
the traffic violation i do not have to
35:26
get out the vehicle you haven’t even
35:27
told me why i’m being stopped
35:33
everything he’s saying is correct by the
35:34
way he does not have to get out of the
35:36
car
35:36
uh for a traffic violation at no point
35:38
did they even tell him what he was being
35:40
detained for
35:41
uh they said that he was resisting
35:42
arrest and obstructing justice at this
35:44
point but they never actually
35:46
they pointed guns and threatened him but
35:47
they never actually told him
35:49
why they were doing this so he was he
35:52
was actually
35:53
well within his rights to do everything
35:55
he was doing and they were violating
35:57
uh their uh the law and their code of
36:00
ethics by doing what they’re doing so
36:02
heads off media please
36:03
get your hands off me you know what get
36:05
your hands off me get your hands off me
36:07
back up there don’t do anything now keep
36:10
in mind when someone uses
36:12
pepper spray or a taser the only reason
36:14
you’re supposed to use it
36:15
is if you feel that your life or safety
36:17
are in danger
36:18
this officer is looking away from
36:21
the person that supposedly has him in
36:23
such danger that he has to pepper spray
36:25
him
36:25
this is purely listen to me or i’m going
36:27
to hurt you
36:28
like there is no actual he’s just
36:31
punishing him
36:32
for actually obeying the law and telling
36:35
him what he’s supposed to be doing
36:38
don’t do that sir get out of the door
36:39
and do that
36:41
now i’m trying to talk to you okay i’m
36:44
trying to come home
36:45
can you please relax can you please
36:47
relax get out of the car right now
36:50
this is not how you treat a vet uh i’m
36:52
actively serving this country and this
36:54
is how you’re going to treat me
36:55
i didn’t do anything whoa hold on what’s
36:58
going
36:58
hold on watch it
37:06
airport
37:08
get out of the car get out of the car
37:11
now
37:15
car now sir just get out the car i’m
37:18
trying to breathe
37:20
get out of the car now it’s [ __ ] up
37:22
that’s really [ __ ] up
37:24
yeah oh get out of the car and get on
37:26
the ground now you’re gonna get again
37:28
i i don’t even wanna reach my seatbelt
37:30
can you take your seatbelt off and get
37:32
out of the car
37:33
now he’s told him to put his hands up
37:36
and
37:37
to also take a seatbelt off and get out
37:39
of the car while keeping his hands up
37:40
anyone who’s watched the daniel shaver
37:42
movie knows where that goes right when
37:45
the police give you conflicting orders
37:46
and they tell you to do something that
37:48
results in you not putting your hands up
37:50
after all this
37:51
yeah that’s how you get shot so he’s
37:52
doing exactly what any normal
37:55
reasonable person would do in this
37:56
situation get out of the car now
38:02
listen take off your seatbelt and get
38:05
out of the car
38:07
look i’m just gonna just please you’re
38:09
gonna do what you’re told get out of the
38:11
car
38:12
look take your seatbelt off and get out
38:14
of the look take your
38:15
seatbelt off look my hands are out
38:18
take your seatbelt off and get out of
38:20
the car
38:22
my hands are out please
38:25
please look this is really messed up
38:29
my dog is in the back my dog is choking
38:31
right get out of the car
38:34
take your seatbelt option what are you a
38:36
specialist corporal what are you
38:37
i’m a lieutenant lieutenant get out of
38:39
the car take your seatbelt off and get
38:41
out of the car
38:42
you made this way more difficult to have
38:44
to be you just complied
38:46
get out of the car
38:49
so before because some of you are gonna
38:51
already hear it what happened
38:53
before this video did you hear me when
38:55
that was going on
38:57
no okay i didn’t think so i kept saying
39:00
things and i was like there’s no
39:01
response happening so
39:02
okay yeah no i couldn’t i couldn’t hear
39:04
what you were saying um
39:06
the i there is the full video is
39:09
available
39:10
it’s like seven minutes long and i i
39:13
actually have it on my
39:14
social media and it shows the whole when
39:16
they first
39:17
start turn the car on to turn the uh the
39:19
camera on because they’re
39:20
start following him all the way through
39:22
it literally
39:23
all we left out was boring parts where
39:25
they pull them over and then pretty much
39:27
to where they get out and pull
39:28
pull weapons on him and say call in that
39:31
it’s a felony traffic stop
39:32
and then start making threats to him
39:34
that’s literally all that’s not missing
39:35
from this all that’s missing from it
39:37
did you see the video uh did you see the
39:40
end when the paramedics are there
39:42
yep when they were
39:45
when they were saying you don’t tell
39:48
anybody about this or we’ll make your
39:49
life really hard
39:50
if you tell anybody that this went on
39:52
like we will press chart like
39:54
they were intimidating him by saying
39:55
that we will end your career in the
39:56
military
39:58
and i all like i didn’t see that until
40:02
this morning
40:03
and i almost included that today but i
40:06
didn’t have time to make it
40:08
um i didn’t have time to make it in
40:10
between working
40:11
doing this but yeah when i saw that
40:14
the fact that uh joe gutierrez’s job
40:18
lasted as long as it did is beyond me
40:21
and now uh lieutenant uh
40:24
nazar nazarillo not nazario
40:28
i think it’s cesario yeah thank you
40:30
sorry lieutenant nazario uh
40:32
is suing the windsor police department
40:34
for like a million dollars
40:37
good good yeah good no good yeah no he
40:40
he keep in mind you know because people
40:43
will say oh well
40:44
he was just paper pepper straight
40:46
imagine a situation
40:47
where you have two officers of the law
40:50
making violent threats to you because
40:52
again
40:52
some of the worst parts of this weren’t
40:54
in the video like at the beginning when
40:56
they’re literally
40:56
he’s asking them why have i been pulled
40:58
over why have i been pulled over
41:00
and they’re saying you’re about to ride
41:01
the lightning which is a threat of t
41:03
well i’ve heard that it’s a threat of
41:04
tasing and a threat of execution
41:06
whatever they’re making threats to them
41:07
of some kind um they’re
41:09
holding they’re pointing firearms at him
41:11
the entire time while he has his arms
41:12
out
41:13
uh they’re screaming at him and you know
41:15
just imagine being in that situation and
41:17
then being pepper sprayed when you’re
41:18
doing everything you’re supposed to do
41:20
he correctly and calmly explained to
41:22
them these two cops that are freaking
41:24
out on him
41:25
they’re the ones holding firearms he
41:27
should be the one that should be able to
41:28
freak out in that situation because of
41:30
how frightening that is
41:31
but he’s calmly and rationally
41:33
explaining to them that in a traffic
41:35
stop he is not required to get out and
41:36
he doesn’t feel
41:37
oh that’s the part that was left he says
41:39
uh they said get out of the car and he
41:41
said i’m honestly scared to get out of
41:43
the car
41:44
and the officer says yeah you should be
41:46
well that confirms that i shouldn’t get
41:48
out of the car then
41:49
i’m not getting out of the car now i’m
41:51
definitely not getting out of the car
41:52
i’m going to keep my hands
41:54
here outside of the window
41:57
yep so that way you can see them and you
42:00
have no reason to think that i am
42:01
reaching for anything
42:03
i think the main reason he wasn’t going
42:05
for his seat belt
42:06
is because he was afraid if he reached
42:07
back for his seatbelt he was going oh
42:09
yeah
42:10
daniel shavered all over the inside of
42:12
it exactly
42:13
yep that’s exactly that is exactly what
42:17
would happen we all saw
42:18
anyone who watched the daniel shaver
42:20
video and first of all if you haven’t
42:22
seen it yet
42:23
warning you’re going to watch someone
42:24
get murdered who’s crying and begging
42:27
to not get shot and the police make him
42:29
the the officer that kills him
42:31
make is is holding a uh um is holding a
42:34
a
42:35
rifle to him and is you know giving him
42:37
these weird conflicting orders telling
42:39
him to crawl
42:39
but also have his hands up and to put
42:41
his hands back
42:43
behind his uh back but also to put his
42:45
hands up
42:46
and it was like this weird game of simon
42:48
says with conflicting orders
42:49
at no point was this guy a threat he’s
42:52
sobbing uncontrollably and the officer
42:55
shoots him dead
42:56
when he when when he finally did one of
42:58
the things he was told to do
43:00
he shoots him dead so no yeah no my
43:02
hands are staying up
43:03
if if i’m getting that kind of treatment
43:05
i don’t care what they tell me to do my
43:06
hands are staying up no
43:08
no way at all now thankfully uh joe
43:10
gutierrez does have
43:12
some uh people who are saying this was
43:14
perfectly fine
43:20
yes right but not yeah i thought you’re
43:22
gonna put up the graphic
43:23
yeah not everyone uh saw this as an open
43:25
and shut case
43:26
uh that it appears to be based on the
43:28
body cam footage that we all just
43:30
watched
43:30
um as greg kelly of newsmax
43:33
attempts to say that he’s racist without
43:36
actually saying the words i’m a racist
43:40
more little tidbit the bad lieutenant
43:42
nazario
43:43
had a loaded gun on the floor of his car
43:45
in the front seat by his leg
43:47
something the corrupt folks in the media
43:49
won’t say for some
43:51
quote-unquote reason i don’t know maybe
43:53
because he’s an
43:54
active duty milita uh army lieutenant
43:59
yeah the fact he had a legally owned
44:03
weapon he had a legally owned weapon he
44:06
was in the military
44:10
he had a gun the bad luck he had a gun
44:13
i assume this is a a second amendment
44:15
supporting constitutional conservative
44:17
on newsmax right
44:18
100 that guy is because the second
44:22
amendment
44:22
ain’t for hunting folks is for fighting
44:25
against tourney
44:26
unless you’re brown
44:29
or unless you’re an afro latino army
44:32
lieutenant and then i don’t want you to
44:34
have one
44:34
who’s being pepper sprayed by the police
44:38
he had i have to look at this this is
44:41
beautiful
44:44
the bad lieutenant nazario had a loaded
44:47
gun he had a gun folks he had a gun
44:50
in virginia yes
44:53
open kerry state virginia this active
44:56
duty military officer
44:57
who remained calm while being while
44:59
having firearms pointed at him
45:01
off obviously also of course folks the
45:04
police
45:05
joe gutierrez being a esp
45:09
telepath knew that there was a gun on
45:12
the car which is why he was freaking out
45:14
and some people might say well you know
45:16
spike they can’t possibly
45:18
know yeah you’re right they should
45:19
definitely do that to every person they
45:21
pull over
45:22
that is 100 how they should treat every
45:25
person
45:26
that they pull over on the odd chance
45:28
that they might have a capital gun
45:31
in their car that tweet i want to frame
45:33
this tweet
45:34
and put it up next to my photo of ronald
45:36
reagan signing the mulford act
45:38
this is amazing yeah that
45:42
that when i started seeing that tweet
45:44
get shared around and i was like
45:47
why do i know the name greg kelly and i
45:48
looked it up and i was like
45:50
oh b
45:54
it it literally is the meme
45:57
of uh the the guy who’s having trouble
46:00
making the decision on which button to
46:02
push
46:04
and it’s oh yeah yeah yeah the mag of
46:06
people and they’re like
46:07
yep you know back the blue or support no
46:10
he slammed the back the blue button yeah
46:12
he slammed back the blue he had no he
46:13
said which one’s darker
46:16
oh the the the army boom
46:19
back to blue gutierrez is that a oh he’s
46:22
light skinned boom
46:23
that’s wow yeah
46:29
wow yeah gutierrez uh
46:33
what he did in that in that encounter
46:38
was atrocious because yeah the dude uh
46:40
uh
46:41
nazario had the um he had the plate
46:44
in the back of his window and i was
46:46
telling somebody this story the other
46:48
day
46:48
i was i may have been telling it on the
46:50
show actually i’m not even 100 sure
46:51
anymore
46:52
um i was driving home one night i just
46:54
switched my license plates over
46:56
from uh virginia to tennessee and i was
46:58
driving home and i was nearly blackout
47:00
and i get pulled over
47:04
for not having plates on my car and the
47:07
cop walked up and i was like
47:10
well this is it i’m going to jail i i’m
47:12
100 going to jail
47:14
and he saw that i had the plate in the
47:15
back window and i rolled down the window
47:18
and before i
47:19
even got a word out he goes never mind
47:20
you’re good and you just let me go
47:22
and so literally the same situation as
47:25
this guy
47:26
no plates blackout windows
47:29
but something was as greg kelly did it
47:32
for some
47:33
reason
47:36
you were like oh yeah can’t figure out
47:39
what that one was
47:42
but it’ll just remain a mystery forever
47:45
oh and this was in virginia right this
47:48
was in uh no this one no it was
47:49
tennessee oh okay okay but yeah i was
47:53
like
47:54
and i was definitely breaking the law i
47:56
was well
47:57
over the legal limit for alcohol well
48:00
over it
48:02
oh yeah and nazario uh incidentally uh
48:05
uh no
48:06
drugs no nothing in the system and the
48:08
cops knew that they screwed up
48:10
when they were sitting there going
48:11
listen we can ruin your career if you uh
48:13
if you tell anyone about that they knew
48:15
what they had just done they realized
48:18
how much they had just screwed up
48:21
and yes they knew he had a gun by then
48:23
because he had the right to
48:25
it’s virginia which is an open carry
48:27
state he’s an active duty military why
48:29
the hell wouldn’t he have a gun of
48:30
course he would
48:31
this in fact would be weird if he didn’t
48:32
have a gun he’s active duty military
48:35
guys and he’s off base so yeah no he
48:38
would definitely have a gun
48:39
and i love that i this
48:42
is the best tweet i’ve ever seen in my
48:44
life ever
48:46
that tweet is gold
48:50
that tweet is so gold this is a
48:57
i want to retweet this without context
48:59
and just be like here look at that you
49:00
everyone has to see this
49:04
this is i’m not even going to tell you
49:05
what i think just here look look at this
49:07
honestly the most important tweet of our
49:09
lifetimes this is a this is peak 2021
49:12
tweet here i think
49:14
that’s incredible that’s incredible so
49:16
we have another situation
49:17
with an officer that is much more tragic
49:20
unfortunately
49:21
uh this is in a minneapolis suburb
49:22
because of course minneapolis hasn’t had
49:24
enough issues with police brutality
49:26
recently
49:27
i want to i want to point out before we
49:29
go any deeper on this
49:31
brooklyn brooklyn center brooklyn center
49:34
is a suburb of minneapolis this did not
49:37
take place in new york
49:38
i’ve seen a lot of people online saying
49:41
why did he have the gun charged with the
49:42
new york laws and everything brooklyn
49:44
center right
49:45
right suburb of minneapolis okay okay
49:50
i just want to point that out for
49:51
anybody who did not realize that as of
49:53
yet
49:54
so in a suburb of minneapolis um
49:58
an officer who as of yet has not been
50:02
identified
50:02
there is actually a video of this which
50:05
actually has now
50:06
um oh i meant to put that in the notes
50:09
today too
50:09
i will look that up i know so
50:15
so there is video of this but
50:18
uh if we were to show it uh we will 100
50:21
be demonetized
50:22
um an officer uh whose name
50:26
matt is getting shot duante wright who
50:29
was 20 years old
50:31
mr wright had been initially pulled over
50:33
because of an expired registration on
50:35
the vehicle he was driving big serious
50:36
criminal stuff
50:38
um the police did release the body cam
50:40
footage so you can’t find it online
50:41
um in the video the officer appears to
50:44
shout taser
50:45
before firing the gun the video is
50:49
not sure why she would shout that so
50:54
uh kimberly potter is her name
50:57
uh kimberly potter she is a veteran of
50:59
the force of 25 years she was actually
51:01
training
51:01
somebody that night um you know the way
51:05
that they do in minneapolis
51:08
what are training so
51:13
apparently in minneapolis the way that
51:14
they train you is that your gun
51:17
is on your dominant side and your taser
51:19
is on your non-dominant side so for me
51:20
the taser would be on the left and the
51:22
gun would be on the right
51:24
right and
51:27
and they um according to
51:31
chief tim gannon of the brooklyn center
51:33
pd he said this appears to me
51:36
from what i viewed in the officer’s
51:38
reaction and distress immediately after
51:40
that this was an
51:41
accidental discharge that resulted in
51:43
the tragic death of mr right
51:45
because they are saying in the video she
51:49
everybody’s so what happens you see what
51:51
happened was
51:53
uh duante wright got pulled over because
51:55
his tags were expired
51:58
while they were running uh while they
51:59
were running the tags they realized that
52:01
he had
52:02
uh two warrants out for his arrest one
52:05
for
52:06
uh possession of illegal possession of a
52:08
firearm
52:10
and the other for aggravated robbery
52:14
okay um so they were arresting him
52:19
they did they were going to arrest or
52:20
not it wasn’t for aggravated robbery it
52:22
was for failure to appear for aggravated
52:24
robbery
52:25
and so they were arresting him there on
52:27
the spot they had left his door open
52:30
uh they had left his car door open and
52:32
the keys in the ignition
52:33
and he saw a moment where he jumped into
52:36
the car
52:37
and they were trying to hold him back
52:38
and she reached in and pulled out her
52:40
gun and she yelled taser taser taser
52:44
so everybody would back up and then she
52:46
fired the gun
52:47
and she said oh bleep i just shot him
52:52
she didn’t say bleep she said [ __ ] i
52:55
don’t know why
52:56
right yeah i was gonna say yeah i don’t
52:58
know why i did that
52:59
um so that is why
53:03
chief tim gannon says that the officer’s
53:06
reaction to stress immediately after
53:08
uh that this was an accidental discharge
53:10
that resulted in the tragic death of mr
53:12
right now
53:14
personally i’m not saying that this
53:16
wasn’t an accident
53:17
i’m not saying that i’m not saying it
53:18
wasn’t it might very well be yeah
53:21
but if you have a police officer
53:24
who can’t tell the difference between
53:26
her taser and her
53:27
gun while holding it while holding it
53:30
and pointing it yeah
53:32
she should not be on the force this is
53:34
the thing
53:37
now i don’t care about his uh weapons
53:40
charge because
53:41
if he should be shall not right the
53:44
right of the people to keep and bear
53:45
arms shall not be infringed
53:47
the aggravated robbery in which he
53:50
choked he choked some woman and tried to
53:53
steal her rent money and held a gun to
53:54
her head
53:54
okay that crime get it yes that’s a
53:57
crime 100
53:58
crime yeah uh yep he got released on
54:01
bail on 100 000
54:02
bound um and he was supposed to show up
54:05
for court and he didn’t
54:06
so yes he deserved due process
54:11
for that crime yep yep he deserved due
54:14
process for that crime
54:15
and he should have gotten it yeah you
54:18
knew where he lived
54:20
granted he tried to run during the he
54:23
tried to run
54:24
and he knew he had a gun you don’t know
54:26
if he had the gun on him but you know he
54:27
has one because of the guns charge
54:29
but but if you had just let him drive
54:33
away you could have gone to his house
54:35
and arrested him you could have gone to
54:36
his girlfriend’s house who was in the
54:37
car with
54:38
them right he wasn’t gonna do a
54:40
multi-state thing yeah
54:41
yeah yeah right yeah like and also
54:46
go ahead like jacob says in the comments
54:48
uh cops are not the judge or jury and
54:50
they aren’t
54:51
exactly or not if she was in fear of her
54:56
life
54:57
whether uh kimberly potter was in fear
54:59
of her life or not
55:01
she would well she wasn’t in fear of her
55:02
life because she thought she thought she
55:04
pulled the taser and not the gun
55:06
exactly according to her you should just
55:08
let him go and gone to arrest him
55:11
yeah or maybe know your your arms better
55:15
because
55:16
there is no taser that feels like a gun
55:19
and she had to know what her equipment
55:22
felt like i
55:22
again in the heat of the moment you do
55:24
whatever and that but but here’s what i
55:26
will say
55:27
in a similar situation if one of us
55:29
accidentally shot someone and killed
55:30
them instead of tasing them
55:32
we would be arrested we there would not
55:34
be this
55:35
you know internal investigation and put
55:38
them on desk duty
55:39
that we would be arrested while they
55:41
determined like that this is
55:45
this is the thin blue line that we
55:47
constantly are hearing about and that is
55:49
making people increasingly angry and
55:51
frustrated
55:52
you cannot have two sets of standards
55:54
for justice in this country
55:56
if we are held to one standard the
55:58
police need to be held to that standard
55:59
too
56:00
if the police are held to one standard
56:01
we need to be held to that standard too
56:03
you can’t
56:03
have it where oh she’s a cop so we have
56:05
to give special difference no you don’t
56:07
if anything if there were going to be
56:09
any double standard it should be that
56:10
their standards higher
56:12
because they’re the ones that are
56:13
actually authorized to use deadly force
56:14
in cases that we’re not
56:16
or not deadly force but use force in
56:17
cases that we certainly would not be
56:20
so they need to be held more even more
56:22
accountable at the very least they need
56:23
to need to be held as accountable not
56:25
much less accountable that makes no
56:27
sense at all
56:28
the fact that joe gutierrez got fired
56:32
shocks like it shouldn’t surprise me
56:35
yeah i was surprised
56:37
got fired but i was shocked that he got
56:39
fired
56:40
and my first thought when i read it was
56:42
i bet he still gets his pension
56:45
oh he might that was my very first
56:48
thought was i bet he still gets his
56:50
pension
56:50
as opposed to being fired with no
56:52
pension no benefits just gone
56:55
and that is a problem yeah we need to
56:58
end qualified immunity yeah we need to
57:02
end qualified immunity we need to
57:04
really look at these police unions we
57:06
need to look at public employee unions
57:07
in general
57:08
public employee unions are basically
57:10
organizations that use taxpayer money to
57:12
advocate for more taxpayer money and
57:14
less accountability for their members
57:16
uh but when it’s police
57:20
people can die so that is a special
57:24
edition a special level of what we have
57:25
oh good a moth
57:26
i have a moth here uh so there’s gonna
57:29
be a tiny moth flying around me for the
57:31
rest of the show apparently
57:32
um we need to be looking at police
57:35
unions and deciding if that’s even
57:37
something that we truly need that that
57:38
seems to be increasingly unpopular
57:40
across the board to police unions um and
57:42
uh we also need to a very interesting uh
57:45
suggestion that was made at a uh at a
57:47
justice forum that i attended
57:49
last week um someone suggested in
57:52
atlanta
57:53
that you know we’ve heard the thing
57:54
about that the police officers should
57:56
have to carry
57:57
liability insurance but here’s the
57:59
kicker to that it needs to be private
58:01
insurance
58:02
and if they can’t get covered they can’t
58:05
serve so if they have a complaint
58:08
against them
58:08
no insurance company is going to touch
58:10
them
58:12
so it’s not just they’re held
58:13
accountable and they have to pay for it
58:15
and not the taxpayer but it’s also yeah
58:18
no they never get to be a cop again
58:19
probably
58:20
depending on how bad how severe the
58:21
charge was and even if it wasn’t that
58:23
severe of a charge they might take a few
58:24
years before
58:25
they decide and they may they may force
58:27
them to you know it’s like when you
58:28
drive and you get in trouble more than a
58:30
certain number of times they won’t
58:31
insure you unless you do training and
58:32
stuff like that
58:33
they may make them do like anger
58:34
management and stuff like that before
58:36
they’ll ever even consider insuring them
58:37
again and if it’s something real
58:38
egregious they’ll just never insure them
58:40
again
58:40
that’s a great way to take police off
58:42
the force make it where they have to
58:43
have insurance and they have to get
58:44
covered to be able to even serve
58:46
kimberly potter would need training
58:48
courses and what a taser feels like
58:50
versus a gun
58:51
yeah no she’d never get caught after
58:53
that there’s no
58:54
way that they would ever ever ever cover
58:57
her again so that’s
58:58
a perfect example of that has she brings
59:02
up a point uh that we’ve actually talked
59:03
about
59:04
on the show um about uh how if they get
59:07
private how if they get uh liability
59:09
insurance it would
59:11
it would cost us more as taxpayers
59:14
yeah yeah and yep it would cost
59:19
well but here’s the part of that we
59:21
could make it i mean
59:23
there’s no perfect solution here we
59:25
could say
59:26
but here’s the thing though andrea the
59:29
cost of them having to cover insurance
59:31
even if it there was a
59:32
a modest boost to their pay it’s going
59:34
to be far less than when the
59:36
city of louisville has to pay out 45
59:39
million dollars
59:40
to the family of brianna taylor not just
59:42
because they’re the ones having to pay
59:43
it through the insurance companies
59:45
but also because when the cops do much
59:46
other stupider like dumber smaller stuff
59:49
because very rarely does a cop go from
59:51
zero to kill someone in their house
59:53
or mistake their taser for their gun
59:56
usually there’s a bunch of other stuff
59:57
like derek chovin before he killed
59:58
george floyd there were like 17 other
60:00
complaints against him
60:01
um and uh you know long before he would
60:04
have gotten to that point
60:05
the insurance companies would have been
60:06
like no we are definitely not covering
60:08
you
60:08
um so that that would be a very powerful
60:10
thing you know some people are saying
60:12
just n cops eliminate the governments
60:13
you’re talking to two anarchists here we
60:15
are 100 behind that
60:16
we’re talking about kind of the mid
60:18
steps in between that could happen in
60:19
the meantime
60:20
uh we we’d say but we certainly agree
60:22
with that um
60:24
so there is no good way to segue
60:28
from a police shooting to this silly
60:30
story
60:31
because it’s i mean one was a tragic
60:33
killing of duante right and the other
60:35
one is a silly thing so i’m not even
60:37
going to try to segue we’re just going
60:38
to say
60:39
that that was a very tragic thing and
60:40
hopefully the police are held
60:41
accountable
60:42
and now we’re going to talk about
60:43
something really really
60:45
just i’m actually a little impressed
60:50
so usher
60:54
the the the famed
60:59
multi-platinum artist yeah would you i
61:01
love
61:02
he’s so ra and producer this man has to
61:05
be worth
61:06
like nine eight nine figures
61:10
nine figures easy nine figures
61:14
easy easily he is under
61:17
fire for paying strippers with
61:20
fake money with his face on him
61:24
with his face on it this is just giving
61:27
these bills out to strippers
61:30
and like making it rain at the club
61:35
and with this oh he’s got different
61:38
denominations
61:39
i only saw the hundred he has 20s
61:43
there’s also 50s but the 100 was the
61:46
clearest picture
61:50
yeah he made different denominations of
61:53
these bills and he was handing them out
61:55
to strippers
62:01
i’m gonna look up his net worth i mean
62:02
this is a multi-platinum artist
62:04
who also has done some acting and is a
62:06
producer
62:07
usher network these aren’t really all
62:10
that great but
62:11
yeah so yeah he has roughly a net worth
62:14
of around 180 million
62:17
this man is worth nine figures
62:20
yeah and he is walking out here handing
62:25
fake i mean all money’s fake but money
62:27
you can’t
62:28
that has no you know in value at all
62:31
even even less money than a fiat note to
62:34
strippers
62:36
this is not you know i’m not gonna i’m
62:38
not willing to say that
62:39
i bet an usher dollar is worth
62:42
more than an american single dollar bill
62:47
a single dollar bill yes but if you
62:49
think you’re getting hundies
62:50
then no you’re not gonna get hundys but
62:52
it it is worth more than some fiat money
62:56
that’s fair yeah that’s worth more than
62:57
a dollar i’ll give you that that’s worth
62:59
more than a dollar but
63:00
it’s not worth a hundred it’s not worth
63:02
whatever he was getting for it
63:05
well it’s worth what he was getting for
63:07
it i mean
63:09
it was worth the lap dance or whatever
63:11
it was he was getting
63:14
i guess so well i mean he might have
63:16
been
63:18
that’s incredible
63:21
that is just
63:24
that is amazing now many people do think
63:26
it’s a publicity stunt for his
63:28
new single that is coming out love
63:31
passing fake bills in this club
63:34
featuring young jeezy
63:42
word
63:45
i haven’t used that one in a long time
63:47
that one in a long time
63:48
and i could that was what um oh gosh
63:51
yeah you can’t even hear it they can
63:53
though
63:54
wow that’s a palette cleanser
63:58
i went through usher’s entire catalog to
64:00
look for that joke
64:03
i mean you did as good as you could i
64:05
mean really
64:06
i was i really wanted to do you could
64:08
have done like confessions
64:10
but he hasn’t confessed so
64:15
you remind me of a bill that i once knew
64:19
yeah maybe i don’t know i think that was
64:21
about the best that you could do
64:24
once um
64:27
see my face whenever i look at you
64:29
actually that’s kind of that one has
64:30
legs
64:31
that one does have legs that one has
64:33
legs so i’ll tell you what also has legs
64:36
sometimes except when he’s going
64:38
upstairs to an airplane
64:39
is joe biden uh has issued six
64:42
executive orders on gun control on
64:45
thursday
64:46
uh dead he started
64:49
strong he started strong nothing
64:53
nothing i’m about to recommend in any
64:56
way impinges on the second amendment
64:58
they’re phony arguments suggesting that
65:01
these are second amendment rights at
65:02
stake from what we’re talking about
65:05
but no amendment no amendment to the
65:08
constitution is absolute
65:11
i’m just going to stop real quick there
65:16
if this is the case i want to talk about
65:19
the 16th amendment
65:20
if no amendment is absolute then i want
65:22
to have some conversations about some of
65:24
the other amendments
65:25
you can’t yell crowd you can’t yell fire
65:27
in a crowded movie theater we call a
65:29
freedom of speech
65:30
from the very beginning you couldn’t own
65:32
any weapon you wanted to own
65:36
very beginning of the second amendment
65:37
existed certain people weren’t allowed
65:39
to have weapons
65:40
i’m going to just put that i’m going to
65:42
play that part again
65:44
call the freedom of speech from the very
65:46
beginning you couldn’t own any weapon
65:48
you wanted to own
65:50
your beginning the second amendment
65:51
existed certain people weren’t allowed
65:53
to have weapons
65:54
certain people weren’t allowed to have
65:56
weapons we’re going to go back to that
65:58
in a bit so the idea
66:00
is just bizarre to suggest that some of
66:02
the things we’re recommending are
66:03
contrary to the constitution
66:13
now when joe biden
66:16
says that no amendment is absolute
66:19
immediately
66:22
we all think the 16th as spike as many
66:24
of you have done
66:25
in over facebook and twitter and we even
66:28
have a question coming about
66:29
coming up about it in the uh personal
66:31
injury attorney chris reynolds attorney
66:32
at law
66:33
anchor colin moment
66:36
for joe biden and i believe this
66:39
wholeheartedly
66:42
the amendment he was thinking of the
66:43
most was the 13th
66:59
wow yeah i don’t have a compelling
67:02
argument against that
67:04
yeah i i when i came up with that
67:06
earlier
67:07
uh like yesterday when i was doing the
67:09
cut when i was doing the notes
67:11
i was like huh i bet his favorite one’s
67:13
the 13th and then i sat there and i
67:15
didn’t put it in the notes because i was
67:17
like that’s a really dark joke and
67:19
unfortunately it’s probably true no
67:21
especially after what he said
67:23
uh and and we’re going to slaves right
67:25
most of us are talking about slaves
67:26
black people right and that’s certainly
67:28
one of them
67:28
uh malik trump says uh i would be one of
67:31
those certain people
67:32
uh nalika’s uh indigenous person in
67:34
alaska
67:35
that was the other certain people
67:38
yeah slaves and natives
67:43
hey guess why it twerked to keep them
67:46
safe
67:49
i actually was looking for a shirt that
67:52
you gave me
67:53
to wear on today’s episode
67:57
yes and i had a picture of the native
68:00
americans
68:00
and it said turn in your guns they said
68:02
trust us they said turn in your guns
68:04
we’ll protect you i don’t remember what
68:05
it says
68:06
i couldn’t find it yeah yeah turn in
68:07
your guns it works for the
68:09
turning in turn in the guns to stay safe
68:11
that worked for the great for the
68:12
natives or something like that
68:14
yeah something like that yeah i was
68:16
gonna wear that on today’s show but i
68:18
couldn’t find it in time
68:20
but um right when he says that not
68:24
everybody could have a gun back then he
68:25
is talking about
68:26
native americans and slaves yeah
68:32
yeah and i got some pushback on this on
68:35
twitter
68:35
oh you’re just filling that in who else
68:39
yeah name somebody who else the only
68:42
other group i know of was
68:43
very uh temporarily during the whiskey
68:46
rebellion
68:47
george washington ordered the
68:50
confiscation of guns
68:51
from veterans who were uh who were
68:55
demanding that they get paid what they
68:57
were owed and uh did not want to have to
68:59
pay a tax to pay off war debts for
69:01
foreign countries when they were still
69:03
not getting paid for their debts for
69:05
what they paid what they did
69:06
fighting um but again that was a
69:09
temporary gun seizure that wasn’t even
69:11
where he was saying he could they
69:12
couldn’t own them
69:13
like long term that was just they
69:14
couldn’t have them then because they
69:16
were actively protesting which is kind
69:17
of funny
69:18
that that’s one of the first things that
69:19
happened when this country was founded
69:20
was a gun seizure of veterans
69:23
um but yeah no i can almost guarantee
69:25
you that’s not who he was talking about
69:27
and again that was just a temporary
69:28
thing in terms of certain people
69:31
not being allowed to own weapons that
69:34
was
69:35
black people and natives
69:38
and not just black people slaves and
69:41
natives
69:42
because if you gave guns to slaves and
69:45
natives or
69:46
not even gave them if you let them have
69:48
them all of a sudden
69:50
folks yeah no a lot of what happened
69:53
wouldn’t have it’s hard to do a trail of
69:55
tears on a bunch of people who will
69:57
shoot you
70:01
it’s hard to and he literally said that
70:03
as a justification
70:05
he yeah when he said that i was i just
70:07
stared for a minute
70:09
and i said he had to have misquoted like
70:11
he
70:12
he did not read his teleprompter
70:15
correctly
70:16
because you know he did not do that
70:18
speech front to back there’s no way he
70:20
read that
70:21
and i was like he had to have misread
70:24
that
70:25
and wow you’re right there is that was a
70:28
that was gave him that to say
70:31
he they somebody wrote that and put it
70:34
in there for him
70:39
somebody on his woke progressive team
70:42
wrote that line they said how can we put
70:45
something in that’s pro gun control but
70:47
still
70:47
shows that joe biden is kind of like
70:50
like soft racist
70:51
that occasionally says the quiet part
70:54
right
70:55
i mean it’s on brand i’ll give them that
70:57
it’s very joe biden
71:00
like there’s they’re channeling joe
71:02
there but i don’t know how helpful
71:03
that’s gonna be
71:04
uh you know and let okay let’s go to the
71:06
logical conclusion here because i’ve
71:08
heard people go well but it’s true you
71:09
know
71:09
it’s always always been infringement
71:11
okay well that’s not a reason to do more
71:12
of them but let’s do it let’s say okay
71:14
great
71:14
that means that they should do that now
71:16
uh for as long as the constitution has
71:18
existed
71:19
there have been certain people who
71:20
haven’t had any rights
71:22
in this country they were
71:26
treated as cattle or they were
71:29
uh routinely moved around from their
71:31
land and
71:32
shoved onto new land which also then was
71:34
taken from them and they were subjected
71:37
to regular attacks and abuse
71:40
and harm and again then there’s the ones
71:43
that were just treated like animals and
71:45
cattle and weren’t given the rights of
71:46
humans
71:47
yep so using that same line of thought
71:51
that means that
71:52
as he said no amendment is absolute and
71:55
the bill of rights is really just
71:56
garbage actually i mean what he’s saying
71:58
is
71:58
really true the government violates
72:01
your rights whenever they want to and
72:02
they find whatever justification the
72:04
article one that they possibly can which
72:06
there’s plenty of them and uh
72:08
but that’s not good that might be a
72:12
feature and not a bug but that’s not
72:14
something you trumpet
72:15
that’s the thing you’re not you’re not
72:17
supposed to say that you’re supposed to
72:19
point that out
72:20
like yeah right now arguably
72:24
we have the third amendment intact
72:29
for now for now for now although i
72:32
cannot wait
72:33
to like really become aggressive on that
72:36
one like drive by troops with my fist
72:38
raise and say
72:38
shall not quarter and then drive you
72:41
know
72:44
yeah uh yeah like that’s the only one
72:46
like of the bill of rights
72:48
that is the only one
72:51
that we have not just completely
72:53
trampled on and
72:55
with the first you saw it massively
72:59
uh over the course of the last year
73:00
because of coven can’t peaceably
73:04
can’t peaceably uh assemble yep yeah
73:07
cohesively assembled the freedom of
73:09
religion people were arguing because uh
73:11
they were closing churches also under
73:12
the
73:13
closing churches yeah um freedom of
73:16
speech
73:17
your government government really hasn’t
73:21
hit you on freedom of speech for
73:22
anything but man they are promoting it
73:25
they’re wanting to they’re setting the
73:27
groundwork for that to be the next thing
73:30
but they absolutely hit your right to
73:31
assemble last year and i know because i
73:33
went all over the country and was
73:34
multiple times told they couldn’t
73:35
assemble
73:36
peacefully with people who just wanted
73:37
to stand outside and talk about politics
73:39
and most of the time we did it anyway
73:41
because it seems like 30 of us had guns
73:44
and what were they going gonna do um
73:46
and uh and in miami it was just we had
73:48
such numbers we were like
73:49
okay we’re gonna do it anyway so what
73:51
are you gonna do
73:52
uh but in new york city yeah there
73:54
wasn’t really much we could do that was
73:55
like a place where we were outnumbered
73:57
by the police
73:58
new york’s different y’all like new york
74:00
is
74:01
manhattan is there’s a lot of cops
74:05
especially when everyone’s staying
74:07
indoors because they’re kind of trying
74:08
to get everyone not to go anywhere
74:10
during covet
74:11
there’s just a lot of there were a lot
74:13
of cops
74:14
that’s probably how many cops are
74:15
usually out there but then there’s way
74:16
more people but
74:17
nah they were still out there even
74:18
without the people there’s a lot of them
74:21
uh caboose georgia a
74:24
caboose ga on youtube says i thought the
74:27
third was violated because they took
74:29
some empty hotel rooms for the guard
74:30
last year i’ve forgotten about that
74:33
oh gosh yeah they did do that
74:36
they took empty hotel rooms in some city
74:38
and put the national guard in them
74:40
and they’re just like no we’re gonna
74:41
take these and they’re gonna stay here
74:43
that’s right yeah yeah yeah
74:44
i knew we were there was some kind of
74:46
third amendment thing now that’s not
74:48
you know to the extreme of like going
74:50
into someone’s house but that’s
74:51
someone’s private property
74:53
this is someone’s private property
74:56
wow yeah that was good
75:00
that was good that was a good yeah good
75:02
good
75:03
catch their caboose yeah i know it’s and
75:05
i mean we’ve seen multiple things here
75:07
um references to oh yeah no
75:10
bad you know bad things happened in the
75:13
past therefore should we we should be
75:14
able to do more bad things it’s like the
75:16
worst argument ever
75:17
i just can’t believe you said it certain
75:20
people
75:23
i wish he had said it you know what have
75:24
the have the stones to say
75:26
who well you know we’ve never let the
75:28
blacks have guns like that
75:31
we’ve been arresting them like seven to
75:33
one
75:34
that over white people
75:38
there was a time we didn’t never let
75:40
corn pop have a gun
75:42
not everyone was allowed to have a
75:45
firearm
75:46
you know who i’m talking about you know
75:49
you know
75:50
you know the blacks and the indians and
75:53
then
75:53
you know kamala gets up and says i was
75:55
the little girl that couldn’t have a gun
76:01
oh a breaking news bitcoin is crashing
76:04
uh to let’s see what bitcoin’s crashing
76:05
to thank you joshua for the heads up
76:07
there joshua mccoy
76:08
bitcoin is crashing down to a a record
76:10
low of 63
76:13
288.40 oh it’s a record high
76:18
oh bitcoin crashing folks to a record
76:22
high of 63 288 bitcoin is dead and i
76:25
wish you people would just acknowledge
76:26
it
76:28
it’s dead dead it is dead dead it’s as
76:32
dead as a thing that’s worth sixty three
76:34
thousand two hundred and eighty eight
76:35
dollars
76:37
forty cents as of print time
76:40
which is a little time live time
76:45
yeah yeah uh uh uh is it nalik or nalic
76:49
and now you’re gonna have to explain
76:50
that you know in text but uh yeah we
76:52
went from something else to certain
76:54
people
76:57
by the dip yeah by the dip it’s down
76:59
it’s real low right now it’s 63.
77:00
meanwhile
77:01
i will say this and this is i’m not this
77:03
is not financial advice i am just a jew
77:05
on the internet
77:06
it’s talking i just like the coin okay
77:09
i’m not
77:10
it’s not financial advice more
77:11
financially sound than pretty much
77:13
anybody i know in real life
77:15
right but i’m not licensed i’m not a
77:16
licensed jew i’m just
77:18
i’m an unlicensed jew
77:22
that’s i should have said that
77:29
i mean i am but
77:32
anyway what’s that
77:35
you’re not a card-carrying jew that’s
77:37
weird
77:38
i’m sure i have a card that’s very
77:40
jewish somewhere but i’m not licensed
77:42
with the state
77:43
i’m a member of the private jew
77:46
organization
77:47
of course the civic
77:51
you know but the political part not the
77:53
military part
77:54
i just need to stop talking i uh
77:57
i think that you can add a zero
78:01
at the end there and that’s probably
78:02
about what this thing’s gonna end up
78:04
being worth when it starts
78:05
hitting an equilibrium somewhere between
78:07
500 000 and a million that’s just my
78:09
opinion
78:10
um so i still say you’re buying low if
78:13
you if you buy in now
78:15
and i say this is someone that bought a
78:16
lot lower than this but
78:18
not but i could have bought it in 2010
78:27
i’d be so rich anyway uh some
78:31
executive orders yes some of the
78:33
executive orders that joe biden put in
78:35
place
78:35
for certain people for certain people
78:39
um yeah
78:43
now like is my yup
78:46
well that doesn’t help out at all
78:53
right but how is it how’s it print now i
78:54
need to know how
78:56
yeah by the way i’m going to be meeting
78:58
her uh on saturday
79:00
actually friday friday and saturday i’m
79:02
going to be in wasilla alaska for gold
79:04
rush
79:05
um if you want to find out more about
79:06
how you can attend online you don’t have
79:09
to be in alaska
79:10
love you to come up there but it is a
79:11
schlep so if you can’t get to alaska by
79:14
saturday then go to lpalaska.org
79:17
gold rush and you can find out how you
79:19
can be a part of it
79:21
pick you pick you pick but then
79:25
is that is it nalik nalik nalik
79:28
nalik
79:32
anyway joe biden’s executive order is
79:34
within 30 days the justice department is
79:35
going to come out with a rule that will
79:37
close right
79:38
a regulatory loophole that allows
79:41
ghost guns to be purchased without a
79:43
background check
79:44
now for anybody who isn’t god our
79:47
audience already knows
79:48
but for anybody who out there who isn’t
79:50
a regular listener
79:52
of ours a ghost gun uh is
79:55
often times like when you buy the lower
79:57
third kits
79:59
or you 3d print them
80:02
and joe biden stood there in front of
80:05
god and everybody
80:07
and he said we need to make sure that
80:11
they have serial numbers on them when
80:13
they go out
80:14
and i was thinking uh nobody’s gonna 3d
80:18
print a serial number
80:20
yeah a ghost gun um the lower thirds
80:23
they’re probably not going to do that
80:24
either because then you’re going to end
80:26
up
80:27
potentially with guns with separate
80:29
cereal numbers you’re there you’re just
80:30
going to scrape yeah
80:34
all it seems like all of these rules are
80:37
written by people
80:38
who have almost no concept of how guns
80:41
work
80:42
like you’re going to have a gun with
80:45
multiple serial numbers
80:47
which makes it worse yeah
80:51
it’s going to be impossible to track
80:52
because there’s going to be multiple
80:53
real numbers
80:54
possible to track it is incredible this
80:57
is the fusion center of gun tracking
81:00
now like this is you know they’re
81:01
they’re going to have so much
81:02
information be like this gun had 17
81:04
serial numbers
81:05
that helps us not at all where is it
81:08
from it’s from
81:09
four different states oh thanks for that
81:11
one johnson that helped
81:15
um he also said that within 60 days they
81:18
will propose a rule
81:19
that makes a makes it clear a device
81:22
marketed as a stably
81:24
stabilizing brace which effectively
81:27
allows a pistol to operate as a
81:29
short-barreled rifle
81:30
is subject to the requirements of the
81:32
national firearms act the nfm
81:35
which means that having the pistol fine
81:38
having the thing that puts it right here
81:41
to stabilize it
81:42
so like if you’re an amputee who can’t
81:45
stabilize it
81:46
with the other hand then you
81:49
are now in violation of the nfa
81:53
or if you’re a small person that doesn’t
81:55
have the strength to deal with recoil
81:57
that that’s also
81:58
that that’s actually how those are used
82:01
often is i mean there are some higher
82:02
caliber pistols or just like smaller
82:04
like for example women who are trying to
82:06
protect themselves
82:08
that are not able to do that now because
82:10
of this
82:11
it’s and then he also urged congress to
82:13
pass a
82:15
national red flag law as well as
82:18
legislation
82:18
incentivizing states to pass red flag
82:20
laws of their own
82:22
uh in the interim the justice
82:23
department’s published model legislation
82:25
will make it easier for states that want
82:26
to adopt red flag laws to do so
82:28
in case you were wondering what a red
82:30
flag law is imagine if one of your
82:32
friends
82:32
or just someone who doesn’t like you
82:34
actually not your friend someone who
82:35
doesn’t like you knows you have a gun
82:37
so they call the police and say you’re a
82:38
danger and instead of you having
82:40
any right to due process or even knowing
82:42
what’s going on they just come to your
82:44
house early in the morning
82:45
with the swat team and tell you to give
82:47
them your guns
82:49
now what i learned uh today i didn’t
82:52
i did not know about this story there
82:54
was a man i believe it was in texas
82:57
who had a red flag order called on him
83:01
by a doctor
83:04
and the doctor called the red flag order
83:06
on him because the guy did a bunch of
83:08
terrible yelp reviews
83:10
on his doctor practice wow
83:13
and he had a red flag order served to
83:16
him
83:18
you could have you could have all of
83:20
your guns and rights taken away
83:22
because of yelp reviews and if somebody
83:25
went back through
83:26
my yelp review history especially when i
83:29
was drinking
83:30
my guns would all be gone yep
83:33
this is this is scary stuff like this is
83:37
the kind of stuff
83:38
that
83:43
it could be anything it could just be
83:45
hey you said something mean to me on the
83:47
internet
83:47
i’m telling like you know swatting where
83:50
people would call the police and say oh
83:52
there’s an active hostage situation and
83:54
they would get there and hear the person
83:55
yelling stuff because they’re playing
83:56
like call of duty or something
83:58
and they would swat the person because
84:00
they wanted them off the game and like
84:01
people were getting
84:02
killed this is swatting but for
84:03
everything
84:06
you could so yeah you could even do that
84:09
it would be red flagging and some kids
84:12
in there
84:13
some 12 year old kids in there you call
84:15
in a red flag order on the 12 year old
84:17
kid
84:17
they’re taking the parents guns they’re
84:18
taking everything in that house yeah
84:20
that’s not that kids
84:23
yeah this is just it’s
84:26
it’s go it and keep in mind for those
84:29
who are very upset but support trump
84:30
donald trump started this he was the one
84:33
pushing for this at the federal level
84:34
he was pushing for red flag laws in all
84:36
50 states he was demanding him
84:38
this was when he famously say you take
84:40
that said you take the guns first
84:42
due process later that’s not how due
84:45
process works
84:46
and now when joe biden guarantee you if
84:49
joe biden
84:50
or his team have even an ounce of
84:52
political sensibility when they push for
84:53
the red flag stuff they’re going to say
84:55
well donald trump said it
84:57
and they’ll be right
85:00
yep red flag laws are a blatant
85:03
disregard for the second amendment for
85:05
your personal freedom and
85:06
uh your rights as a human being yeah
85:09
your fourth amendment fifth amendment
85:11
really
85:11
most of the bill of rights is
85:13
disregarded by the uh
85:14
by red flag laws and a national red flag
85:17
law would 100 be a violation of the
85:18
tenth amendment
85:19
because there is no justification this
85:22
is not a national red flag law
85:25
i want to i thought it said that he’s
85:26
urging them to pass one
85:28
it is that he is urging them to give out
85:31
a template
85:32
to the states for the states to pass
85:35
ah so it is it is not a national red
85:38
flag well
85:39
now okay okay as we have seen in the
85:41
past you don’t really see it that much
85:43
anymore but we’ve seen it in the past
85:46
where let’s say that uh i don’t know
85:50
reagan we’ll just say for fun
85:53
for funsies we’ll say reagan he wanted
85:56
the drinking age across the country to
85:57
be
85:58
21. uh hypothetically hypothetically
86:02
all of this hypothetically he wanted the
86:04
drinking age to be 21
86:05
and he’s like well i can’t do that
86:06
because you know the states get to make
86:08
their own laws but
86:09
man that would be really great and he
86:10
goes oh wait i have an idea
86:13
what we can do is we can
86:17
not give them any highway funding unless
86:19
they make their
86:20
drinking age 21 and george bush was
86:23
there going
86:24
excellent excellent idea sir and that
86:28
thank you and yeah i know that was good
86:31
thanks um i worked on that so much today
86:35
that was good no that was really good
86:36
stuff and uh
86:38
so if joe biden wanted a national red
86:42
flag law he could go well yeah
86:43
but you won’t get school funding if you
86:46
don’t pass this national red flag yeah
86:48
yeah yep he’s not making a national red
86:51
flag law
86:52
you’re passing it in the state
86:55
it’s federalism folks yep
86:59
so this is that was a good reagan i i do
87:02
want to say that that was a good reagan
87:04
um so other things other actions include
87:07
directing
87:08
five federal agencies to make changes to
87:10
26 different programs to direct here’s
87:12
where the slush fund stuff comes in
87:14
to direct vital support to community
87:16
violence intervention programs
87:18
as quickly as possible here’s what that
87:20
really means take taxpayer money
87:22
and give it to a bunch of crony groups
87:25
uh crony non-profits and pro
87:27
for-profit groups uh to uh
87:30
uh to because the groups want much more
87:32
than this
87:33
and they’ll get upset so instead they
87:35
get money and then they pretend that
87:36
this is a good thing
87:38
uh incidentally this is really a bunch
87:40
of uh
87:41
screwing around on the margins except
87:43
for that red flag thing and it’s it’s
87:45
security theater oh we’re gonna make you
87:47
safe with this and they’re just chipping
87:48
away at your right to keep and bear arms
87:49
but the reality is
87:50
none of this is going any there’s not a
87:52
single person who can seriously look you
87:54
in the face
87:55
and tell you that this is gonna do a
87:56
single damn thing to stop a shooting or
87:58
make anyone safer
87:59
it’s just to punish people who didn’t
88:01
vote for joe biden
88:04
the justice department is also going to
88:06
issue an annual report on
88:08
firearms tracking and thankfully
88:11
this schmuck is gonna be
88:15
is being nominated to head
88:18
the atf and if you think this is a
88:20
punchable face
88:22
what’s that joe biden called it the aft
88:26
nice the aft if you’re looking at this
88:30
guy and thinking man this guy
88:31
seems like he has a punchable face well
88:35
wait till you hear some more about david
88:37
chipman
88:39
chipman david chipman is a 25-year
88:43
veteran
88:43
of the aft uh or the atl that’s really
88:46
all you need to know at this point
88:48
that’s pretty much it that’s really it
88:51
um he testified before congress uh that
88:55
current owners of ar-15 should be
88:57
treated like owners of machine guns
89:00
and you know what i agree
89:04
yeah because machine guns should be
89:05
illegal right because they should just
89:07
be
89:08
treated like everyday people that you
89:10
see walking on the streets
89:12
um simply reinstating the 90s era ban on
89:15
assault weapons is not enough
89:17
chipmunk said in his 2 thousand 200 nope
89:20
2019 testimony
89:22
um one option would be to require the
89:26
registration of
89:27
all existing assault weapons in civilian
89:30
hands under the nfa
89:32
the nfa imposes an excise tax
89:35
and registration requirements to possess
89:37
certain weapons
89:38
applicants must pack pass a background
89:40
check provide fingerprints and a photo
89:43
and pay 200
89:44
transfer tax and register their weapon
89:45
with the atf attempting to set up the
89:47
national registry for anything that uh
89:49
is a
89:50
weapon because nobody defines what an
89:52
assault weapon is
89:54
yeah because they can’t because there is
89:56
no such thing
89:57
in the industry there’s no such thing as
89:59
an assault weapon and you could
90:00
technically argue that any weapon
90:02
including not just firearms are assault
90:05
weapons
90:05
so you want to go the path of uh great
90:08
britain which is making anything that’s
90:10
not like a steak knife
90:11
uh uh illegal including many longer
90:13
blade knives yeah go this way
90:15
this will be a lot of stuff and you’re
90:17
saying no that could never happen
90:19
it says firearms yeah no that’s how
90:22
government works
90:23
think of all the things you do that are
90:24
called something but yet they have
90:26
nothing to do with that thing
90:27
that’s called mission creep that’s
90:29
exactly how government works
90:30
if you think about england where they
90:32
got rid of guns and now you can’t have a
90:34
screwdriver or a hammer
90:36
yep or a butter knife yep
90:40
because it can be used to shank people
90:42
uh you can be used to hurt people
90:44
and the reason that they had to do that
90:46
was everyone started stabbing each other
90:47
well that’s because they didn’t have
90:48
guns anymore
90:50
right now when he was serving
90:53
as a case agent
90:57
many a year ago
91:00
he was a case agent in the branch
91:02
davidian trial before eventually rising
91:04
to serve as the first uh
91:06
head of the agency’s firearms he said
91:08
that the people
91:09
inside the branch davidian compound in
91:11
waco used two 50 caliber barrettes
91:14
to shoot down two texas air national
91:16
guard helicopters
91:18
these are people he helped burn to death
91:20
and then posed in front of their
91:22
corpses and then he slanders their
91:25
dead shitty person yeah this
91:28
is someone he literally made up
91:31
something saying that they were shooting
91:32
down helicopters with 50 caliber
91:34
uh barrett’s that is 100 false
91:38
they didn’t do any of that they did get
91:41
burned alive
91:42
at the helicopters but they didn’t have
91:45
50 caliber
91:46
barretts or else those copters wouldn’t
91:48
have made it
91:50
yeah they didn’t shoot anything down and
91:51
if they had had barrett’s they would
91:52
have 100 shot those
91:54
those helicopters down just making stuff
91:57
up and he can make it up because they
91:58
can’t respond
91:59
because he killed them because he killed
92:01
them all
92:02
now he did say this like many people
92:04
might be like oh well
92:05
he might have said that back in the 90s
92:07
before the internet no he said that in
92:09
an
92:09
ama on reddit last year yep yep
92:14
he is terrible um
92:19
at the beginning of the pandemic the
92:22
coveted 19 pandemic
92:24
he was on some show i don’t know which
92:27
one and he said
92:28
if we can imaginal imagine how horrible
92:31
this crisis is
92:33
the people who hoarded the guns might
92:35
decide six months from now
92:36
once they see no zombies around but
92:38
they’ve run out of tuna and beef
92:40
jerky that they need the money to buy
92:43
food
92:45
now in the full quote that i watched he
92:48
said
92:49
i don’t know maybe i wish i had a
92:51
chipmunk impression but i honestly don’t
92:53
i’ll get to that part later um he said
92:56
keep it unloaded hide it behind your
92:59
beef jerky and canned tuna
93:00
and stare out your windows waiting for
93:02
the zombies to come even though they
93:04
won’t and he went on this long rant and
93:05
then he ended it with that
93:07
because he thinks anybody that wants to
93:08
own a firearm anybody that wants to own
93:10
a weapon
93:11
is some slack-jawed yokel who believes
93:14
that
93:15
the government is going to try to come
93:17
and take the gun away from him
93:18
which he is actively working to do as he
93:22
sits on the board of like two
93:25
separate massive uh
93:28
uh gun control lobbies yep yep
93:32
he also uh is a he’s also in a part
93:36
a partner in a company uh that is
93:38
selling equipment that can detect
93:40
gunfire so he’s double dipping of course
93:43
he’s double dipping yeah he’s double
93:45
dipping from the atf he started working
93:47
in the lobbying business to get rid of
93:48
guns
93:50
yeah no this guy is a uniquely terrible
93:52
person i mean this
93:54
is these are the people when they go
93:56
we’re no children to take your gun yeah
93:57
no they are 100 trying to take your guns
94:00
they see the they see you being able to
94:02
defend yourselves against them even
94:03
remotely as
94:04
the problem this is a man who set
94:07
children
94:08
on fire because their parents had guns
94:13
this is a man who set children on fire
94:16
because the atf needed
94:17
funding let’s get that that’s true too
94:20
yeah
94:20
yeah the atf because janet reno needed
94:23
funding
94:23
yeah janet reno and the atf needed
94:25
funding and they were going to close
94:26
down the department they said oh well we
94:28
need to show that we’re worth something
94:29
so
94:29
let’s go after this guy and not arrest
94:32
him while he’s going
94:34
out for coffee every single day we can
94:37
get him while he’s in town but instead
94:39
let’s take all of the resources of the
94:41
atf
94:41
and of the texas national guard and
94:43
we’re gonna storm this compound in waco
94:46
and we are going to burn women and
94:49
children
94:49
and men and david koresh to the ground
94:52
and then we’re going to tell everybody
94:53
that they were stockpiling weapons
94:56
yeah and we’re going to do such do it in
94:58
a way that gets some of our own agents
95:00
killed to start off just so we can get
95:01
the public behind us burning them all to
95:03
the ground so they don’t even care about
95:05
their own agents this is about
95:06
getting to do this to people with your
95:09
money
95:10
for your safety and these are the people
95:13
incidentally that are telling you
95:14
that they really have a serious problem
95:17
with you having a firearm because
95:18
you might use it for violence that’s a
95:20
wreckage that used to have 100 something
95:22
people in it
95:26
there are actually bodies in that
95:28
picture oh yeah yeah no there’s bodies
95:30
there are charred bodies
95:32
somewhere in that photo that he is
95:34
proudly standing at
95:36
i just pointed to him like people could
95:38
tell where i was pointing like i’m john
95:39
madden
95:40
but no you can’t um
95:43
but yeah they’re like kind of dead
95:44
center in that photo yep
95:48
he also wants to get rid of basically
95:50
any magazine that holds more than like
95:52
five
95:54
kind of on the lower end of the things
95:56
that is most egregious about him but
95:58
still terrible yeah
96:00
yeah no it’s still terrible because it
96:01
makes it that much harder for you to
96:03
fight back
96:04
against him we just completely lost our
96:06
signal no it’s back
96:08
okay this is uh you know anyone who
96:10
wants to stop him
96:11
from doing this to you
96:14
is what it’s about so are we doing
96:18
uh our next guest or are we doing chris
96:20
reynolds next
96:23
let’s do chris reynolds and then we will
96:26
do our next guest
96:28
okay cool so our next segment is the
96:31
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96:33
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96:34
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96:36
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96:45
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96:46
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96:48
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96:50
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96:52
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97:22
question
97:24
comes from alex from virginia
97:28
hello hello alex from virginia calling
97:31
in on the personal injury attorney chris
97:32
rounds attorney law anchor
97:34
calling moment i have a question today
97:36
for the two of you about
97:37
qualified immunity and the 14th
97:39
amendment
97:40
i think it’s the 14th amendment i’m not
97:43
sure i’m driving right now i’m not
97:44
really gonna
97:45
take the time to look it up but section
97:47
1 of the 14th amendment
97:49
if i’m right says something along the
97:51
lines of all citizens are grant equal
97:53
protection under the law
97:55
and if that’s the case shouldn’t
97:56
everyone have qualified immunity
97:58
thank you and uh stay tuned i’m having
98:01
another constitutional question for yous
98:04
guys
98:06
uh so you know stay tuned for that bye
98:09
personally i really like how alex from
98:11
virginia use the term
98:12
use guys instead of the
98:18
colloquial y’all that they use
98:21
in virginia especially where he’s from
98:24
um
98:27
yeah no he made a good point if uh you
98:30
know equal protection under the law and
98:31
they get to have this qualified immunity
98:33
do we not get to say hey
98:35
we thought that that was perfectly
98:36
reasonable given what our job is
98:43
equal protection like
98:46
it’s a great it’s a great uh
98:51
observation
98:56
yeah i mean let’s i’m good with it i’m
98:59
good with
99:00
if if we all get immunity then we can
99:03
just
99:03
i mean then they’ll have to de-qualify
99:05
the immunity and make it where we don’t
99:06
have it
99:08
they’ll defund immunity once once we get
99:10
it as well that’s a good question
99:12
it is uh here’s our next question from
99:14
alex from virginia
99:16
how many questions we have hello hello
99:18
alex from virginia calling in on the
99:20
personal injury attorney
99:21
chris reynolds attorney at law anchor
99:23
calling moment
99:25
and as promised i have another
99:27
constitutional amendment question
99:29
and our beloved president joseph r biden
99:33
said that no amendment is absolute and
99:36
he was referring to the second amendment
99:38
of course
99:40
and with this in mind that no amendment
99:43
being absolute and the federal
99:45
government coming along and
99:47
infringing on our rights to self-defense
99:50
and
99:51
the ownership of guns
99:54
can i infringe on the federal
99:56
government’s 16th amendment right to
99:58
levy an income
99:59
tax stay tuned to find out whether or
100:01
not i go to prison for tax evasion
100:04
thank you when one day we stopped
100:06
getting messages from alex from virginia
100:09
and we
100:09
will know that he tried to say that the
100:12
16th amendment wasn’t absolute
100:14
listen i support saying that the article
100:16
one is an absolute that would solve a
100:17
lot of these problems
100:19
um but yeah no they’ll they’ll
100:21
definitely
100:23
first they’ll just try to find you and
100:26
then it’ll
100:26
escalate from there unfortunately uh i’m
100:30
gonna skip the next one for
100:31
time but alex that’s a great idea you
100:34
know what i’m talking about
100:35
um i may use that idea
100:39
here’s our next question from jorge
100:41
mendoza
100:43
cool i just heard this story of a blind
100:46
woman who lived across from a park
100:49
she would go over and hand out little
100:51
pamphlets
100:52
of the gospel of john
100:55
and she was
100:59
told that she couldn’t do that and she
101:01
was kicked out of the park
101:03
as well as the library that i guess was
101:06
on
101:07
the park property um
101:11
and this was really devastating for her
101:14
uh i believe from what i understand it
101:18
went to court and
101:19
it was ruled that she had the right to
101:22
be there
101:23
um do you feel like this was
101:27
the correct call from the court system
101:31
and
101:32
um could you just
101:36
talk about how important the freedom
101:39
of religion is to everyday americans
101:45
so i think i understood that right a
101:49
blind woman went to a park across from
101:50
her house and was handing out the gospel
101:52
of john and
101:54
she was told by the library that was on
101:56
the park that she couldn’t do that and
101:58
then she was banned from the park in the
101:59
library
102:00
and then the court says yes you can do
102:02
that yes the court made the right
102:03
decision there
102:04
yes that’s correct absolutely made the
102:06
right decision there and i don’t care if
102:08
that woman was handing out the gospel
102:09
john the gospel of john smith
102:13
the koran the the
102:17
motorcycle riding i don’t like
102:19
motorcycle reaper whatever that’s called
102:21
i don’t care what i don’t care what i
102:22
don’t care if they were handing out my
102:24
book
102:24
like they have a right to do it how to
102:27
talk to your dogs about
102:29
communism and homosexuality like it
102:31
really doesn’t matter what book was
102:33
being handed out
102:34
um you have a right to peacefully
102:37
assemble
102:38
on public property and to into freedom
102:40
of speech
102:41
and handing out if if someone doesn’t
102:43
want it no if she’s making people take
102:45
it that’s one thing but if she’s saying
102:47
hey can i give you this and people are
102:48
going yeah no thank you i mean she’s
102:49
blind so i don’t think she’s being too
102:51
terribly aggressive
102:52
um just like overly because she doesn’t
102:54
know that they’re going no please no
102:58
yeah that that could be possible yeah
103:00
more than likely she’s just being a kind
103:02
old lady standing there asking people if
103:03
they like her
103:04
you know tracks or whatever and they’re
103:06
going yeah sure or no thank you
103:08
that’s yeah no that was the courts were
103:10
absolutely correct
103:11
and you have a right to it’s not you
103:14
know the right to
103:15
religious uh uh observance is really
103:18
just an extension of the right to
103:20
free speech and the right to free
103:22
expression
103:23
you know in in the same token that you
103:25
should be able to give out uh gospel of
103:27
john tracks
103:27
you should be able to give out i here’s
103:29
why here’s something i wrote about why i
103:31
think
103:31
god’s not real or whatever or why i
103:33
think that you know
103:36
here’s my take on why everyone’s wrong
103:37
about the new testament or whatever
103:39
like it doesn’t matter as long as you’re
103:41
not threatening
103:42
anyone or hurting anyone or trying to
103:44
harm anyone then
103:45
they can choose whether they want to
103:47
take it or not and you’re being peaceful
103:48
about it and you’re on public property
103:50
so yeah no that was 100 correct it
103:53
wasn’t establishing a religion
103:55
she wasn’t going there and saying this
103:56
is the new religion of this city
103:58
and everyone has to follow it she’s
104:00
following her own faith and sharing
104:02
stuff with people yeah no that’s 100
104:03
protected
104:05
yeah every everything that she did was
104:07
okay and the courts made the right call
104:11
yes here’s our next question from
104:14
the gravy king himself matt laser legend
104:18
hicks
104:20
hey guys this is matt hicks calling in
104:22
on the personal injury attorney chris
104:24
reynolds attorney of law anchor colin
104:26
moment
104:28
with your south carolina spotlight
104:32
in recent news governor henry the [ __ ]
104:35
mcmaster
104:36
signed an executive order forbidding
104:39
state uh social services to take in
104:44
any migrant children in spite of the
104:47
fact
104:48
that this program is fully funded
104:50
already by the federal government
104:52
and the checks have already been written
104:54
and cashed
104:56
one would think that a devout christian
104:58
who
104:59
recently signed a six-week abortion ban
105:02
bill
105:03
because it was what god wanted him to do
105:06
would consider matthew chapter 25 verse
105:10
40
105:11
that says don’t do bad stuff to people
105:14
because it’s the same as doing bad stuff
105:16
to jesus
105:19
laser legend i got cut off he went past
105:22
the one minute yeah
105:23
yeah he didn’t but no he’s right i mean
105:26
you’re if you take money for something
105:27
then you gotta spend it for that
105:30
especially if you already
105:31
spent it so as i learned
105:34
on a thursday the pennsylvania governor
105:38
uh wolf governor wolf he took
105:42
just just a butt load of money uh for
105:46
uh something that i don’t have
105:49
in front of me because i don’t have the
105:50
notes uh it had to do with kogit it was
105:52
one of the kovid
105:53
relief things and he took just a butt
105:55
load of money
105:56
and then made the uh
105:59
the threshold for the people in
106:01
pennsylvania to get that money so high
106:03
he just ended up taking that money to
106:05
cover a debt that uh the department of
106:08
corrections had
106:15
yeah and in any other application this
106:17
would be called
106:18
uh uh um what’s it called mingling of
106:21
co-mingling of funds or embezzling like
106:23
there’s so many different
106:25
if any other organization did this where
106:27
they raised money or took money in
106:29
for a specific stated purpose and used
106:31
it for something else
106:32
at the very least it would be seen as a
106:33
clear glaring ethics violation
106:36
and almost almost certainly something
106:39
illegal
106:39
it is just amazing it’s just not that
106:42
they can get away with this kind of
106:43
stuff
106:44
yeah i can’t remember how much it was
106:45
like one point
106:47
man i don’t remember how much money it
106:49
was but it was a lot of money
106:51
it’s a lot of money um
106:54
but yeah you’re i mean you’re right like
106:56
they take the money they can do whatever
106:57
they want with it even though they
106:59
shouldn’t be able to
107:02
now here’s our next question again from
107:04
the laser legend himself
107:06
hey guys and spike this is matt hicks
107:09
calling in on the personal injury
107:10
attorney chris reynolds attorney of law
107:12
anchor calling moment
107:14
with your minnesota minute so
107:17
as you uh i’m sure are well aware
107:22
cops in the minneapolis area have killed
107:24
another black man who was
107:25
unarmed go figure
107:29
i think it’s telling that when the
107:32
police chief was making a statement
107:34
about it immediately after the incident
107:36
he very stern faith said we’re going to
107:38
investigate ourselves and find that
107:40
nothing was wrong
107:42
and we’re going to get to the bottom of
107:44
this
107:45
and instead of apologizing that somebody
107:48
was killed at the hands of police
107:51
without an admission of guilt of course
107:52
or responsibility
107:54
he instead decided to institute a curfew
107:58
that’s the world we live in folks laser
108:02
legend
108:04
pretty much yeah yeah i mean there’s not
108:07
really anything you can say
108:09
other than that
108:16
yeah that’s pretty much it yeah no you
108:18
they’re they’re
108:20
it’s it’s a situation where they’re like
108:22
yeah i know everything’s gonna be fine
108:23
and then it’s not so then they lock
108:25
everything down because it turns out
108:27
no you can’t just keep doing this what’s
108:29
happening is the police departments are
108:30
having to adjust to the fact that an
108:32
increasing number of the population is
108:33
like
108:34
no yeah i know you can’t do this and no
108:36
we aren’t more concerned about the
108:38
protest we’re concerned about you
108:39
killing people stop doing that
108:41
and uh and it’s giving rise to people
108:44
becoming more and more
108:45
uh you know incredulous about this stuff
108:48
and you know as we say
108:49
we condemn riots what’s that maybe we
108:53
wouldn’t be having these protests if
108:54
your officers would stop
108:55
killing people stop killing people that
108:57
might help and
108:59
we as always we condemn the rioting we
109:01
can down any damage to private property
109:02
people’s lives anything like that
109:04
um a that’s a great reason to end the
109:07
war on guns and to allow people to
109:08
protect themselves against people that
109:10
are
109:10
you know hurting them or looting them or
109:12
attacking them and b
109:14
maybe stop creating the catalyst that
109:16
allows these types of things to happen
109:18
and then c if people are out protesting
109:20
maybe focus on the looters instead of
109:22
the protesters that might help huh
109:27
might help here so how many more do we
109:30
have left
109:31
last one this is our last one last one
109:33
here’s our last one
109:34
uh it’s it’s very short too so i’m
109:36
assuming that i already know what this
109:38
is
109:38
uh from josh mchoves in alaska
109:43
hey matt and spike josh mccoy’s here
109:46
it’s just gonna remind spike to uh that
109:49
he better be on a fast for
109:51
to prepare for this weekend when he
109:53
gorgeous himself with all the salmon
109:58
yeah well first of all don’t
110:01
tell me what to do um i’m assuming you
110:04
started that fast like
110:05
a week ago oh man i have been
110:08
intermittent fasting so hard
110:10
people don’t realize how much i’m gonna
110:12
hurt my own body
110:14
just to prove a point like they don’t
110:17
get it they don’t get how bad this is
110:19
about to be
110:20
i am going to 100 abused my body
110:24
up there with so much smoked fish oh my
110:26
gosh
110:27
salmon wild caught alaskan salmon that’s
110:30
like feet away from where they died
110:34
that’s so deli like straight off the
110:37
boat
110:38
just straight off the boat and then
110:41
right in the smoker
110:44
what’s that you can say straight off the
110:46
boat in this situation and it’s you’re
110:49
not being like
110:50
xenophobic or racist in any way
110:54
no yeah no gosh no
110:57
this is when it’s a very appropriate
110:59
time to use this is an appropriate use
111:01
of the term
111:03
sure um and we oh
111:06
yeah there is also caribou which i know
111:08
you can’t eat
111:09
i can’t have caribou unfortunately oh it
111:12
is so
111:13
oh it is so good reindeer tastes
111:15
delicious a reindeer hot dog
111:19
is just glorious it is some of the best
111:22
food
111:24
and folks if we raise a thousand dollars
111:26
between now and my uh time
111:27
in alaska uh we will do a live stream
111:30
where i get hit with a caribou hot dog
111:32
in the face
111:38
and the sound of that the sound of that
111:41
laughter
111:43
was our next guest our next guest
111:46
our next guest ladies and gentlemen
111:48
please welcome
111:50
mr magnus penvillia
111:53
yes magnus panvidia i hope i did yep you
111:56
got it right
111:57
sweet and he’s in beautiful mud redacted
112:00
uh
112:00
magnus thank you so much for coming on
112:02
the show
112:04
yeah it’s nice to speak to you again
112:05
spike it’s it’s almost been like a year
112:07
since you were in flint almost that was
112:09
what like late june july
112:12
so gosh was that a year what no so it
112:15
was
112:15
what like two days after um i hate that
112:17
the benchmark is
112:19
like a couple days after i put my dog
112:20
down because that’s when i know
112:22
i remember when the bus tour started so
112:24
that would have been
112:26
august 20th okay the last time i saw you
112:29
yeah i don’t know we’ve seen each other
112:32
on some like zoom chats and stuff like
112:34
that but yeah we haven’t gotten to see
112:35
each other but i will be up there
112:37
uh at the end of june for the uh the
112:38
michigan convention so that’s
112:40
that’s good i will be there too i might
112:42
be giving a presentation on practical
112:44
anarchism those can be super fun
112:46
i like it i like it man and it’s gonna
112:48
be awesome we’re gonna be on
112:50
uh native grounds uh because of the
112:52
lockdowns
112:54
they’re having to have it on a native
112:55
reservation because it’s the only place
112:56
in michigan where you can actually have
112:58
an event
112:58
because of these the lockdowns that
113:00
they’re going to keep through the summer
113:01
after everyone’s
113:02
or most everyone’s vaccinated you have
113:05
an incredible governor up there by the
113:06
way oh yeah
113:07
you know lovely lovely woman done
113:10
nothing wrong and hasn’t caused
113:12
any kind of you know drama that would
113:14
make people come from up north with guns
113:16
to the capitol or anything like that
113:18
but uh right shout out to obviously all
113:21
the tribes because they’re
113:22
always the most based uh the first place
113:24
i ever shot a fully automatic weapon was
113:26
on the reservation it was illegal they
113:28
were growing weed there 11 years before
113:30
it was legal
113:31
and now they’re just ignoring the
113:32
lockdown so i love you yeah no the
113:34
tribes are
113:36
the tribes are you know it’s it’s kind
113:37
of you know it’s it’s
113:39
hit or miss with some tribes some tribes
113:41
are so reliant that there’s not much
113:43
they can do
113:44
bureau of indian affairs is all over
113:45
them some tribes are like nah we’re in
113:47
control screw you we’ll do whatever we
113:48
want it sounds like the ones you’re
113:50
dealing with up there are in that ladder
113:51
category
113:52
it’s awesome definitely michigan is like
113:54
borderline like anarcho-capital
113:56
capital stand or whatever you want to
113:57
put it like it’s pretty nice
113:59
and cat what what do you know what is
114:01
the tribe there
114:02
oh i mean we got like seven here we have
114:04
the odawa chippewa potawatomi
114:06
blackfoot cherokee they’re like all over
114:09
michigan oh okay
114:10
okay yeah so it’s whatever it is i
114:12
forgot where exactly we’re going to be
114:14
at what tribe
114:14
that is that right in chippewa stan or
114:17
whatever it is yeah
114:18
that’s so tell us what you’ve been up to
114:20
so you were just you just did a big
114:21
event
114:22
uh up there and uh a big protest there
114:25
tell us some of the stuff you’ve been up
114:26
to uh yeah so i’ve been doing this kind
114:29
of crazy idea called the unity coalition
114:32
where i’m trying to get uh anti-fascist
114:34
and black lives matter
114:36
members and all these different militias
114:38
to kind of unite together around
114:40
common issues and common causes and it’s
114:43
working out surprisingly well i think
114:45
everybody’s kind of startled at how good
114:46
it’s working
114:48
and i was i was in louisville for the
114:51
year anniversary of
114:52
brianna taylor’s death and then i went
114:54
to washington dc for
114:56
a jillian free jillian assange event and
114:58
then a [ __ ] censorship event
115:00
and then most recently we’re in lansing
115:02
michigan for
115:04
the year anniversary of anthony hulin
115:06
who
115:07
was a man who died in lansing jail under
115:09
like the same exact way
115:10
george floyd did and then the lansing
115:12
government like covered it up for two
115:14
months
115:15
while they were running around talking
115:16
about how because they’re democrats of
115:17
course
115:18
how awful what happened to george floyd
115:20
was and everything while they were
115:21
burying a story
115:22
that they did the exact same thing wow
115:25
in their jail
115:29
what was it anthony houlin h-u-l-o-n
115:34
i’m gonna have to post quite a lot about
115:36
that soon
115:38
yeah that’s it nobody talked about it or
115:40
nothing and they
115:41
i’ve never heard of them yep
115:46
i have not heard that story that is
115:47
mind-blowing yeah he was in jail too and
115:50
there was five cops instead of one cop
115:51
and they just
115:52
put their knees on him for like i think
115:53
it was like nine minutes straight until
115:55
even the coroner ruled it as a death by
115:57
a fixation
115:58
and they they buried it
116:02
i mean i wish i could say i was
116:03
surprised they’re out there defending
116:06
george floyd and saying derrick’s show
116:07
yeah because the mayor of lansing is
116:09
like a close friend with whitmer and
116:10
whitmer was running around all last year
116:13
you know democratic party line yeah yeah
116:16
he didn’t say nothing about it and he
116:18
didn’t say nothing about it and yep
116:21
you know someone needs to make a meme
116:22
where it shows them kneeling on
116:24
uh you know on on anthony houlin and it
116:27
says you know in this
116:28
murder scene we believe that black lives
116:30
matter
116:31
science is real climate change you know
116:33
the whole like you know the different
116:35
have you have you seen that one meme
116:37
where it’s like it’s like republican
116:38
police policy and it’s
116:40
uh derek chavin kneeling in this
116:42
democratic police policy and it’s the
116:43
cop
116:44
staring at derek chavin it’s morbid
116:47
pretty much that’s that is that’s
116:49
actually 100
116:51
accurate so it’s awesome what you’re
116:52
doing you know you’re bringing different
116:54
disparate groups together to show
116:56
that you know this is not the caricature
116:59
that we’re being given
117:01
of these groups of anti-fascist groups
117:03
and of
117:04
you know black lives matter groups and
117:06
of the the booger the cnn or whatever
117:09
whatever you all are calling whatever
117:10
we’re calling ourselves today we’ve
117:12
we rebanded so many times that we got
117:14
back to our original name
117:15
just going back to boogaloo you know i
117:16
was kind of using boogaloo from the
117:18
beginning i’m like listen i’m
117:19
normalizing the boogaloo like we’re
117:21
we’re going to just go back to boogaloo
117:23
and and you know we’ll we’ll you know
117:25
all this other stuff was fun
117:27
but you know they’re banning like entire
117:28
part i love that they were abandoning
117:30
like cnn and stuff like that yeah
117:32
it was amazing but you know i think like
117:34
one of their official affiliate pages
117:36
got taken down because they assumed it
117:38
was a boogaloo group on facebook
117:41
i love that good job getting cnn
117:44
tampa knockdown or whatever um but so
117:47
this is
117:47
really good stuff that you’re doing
117:49
because whenever i talk about the book
117:51
whenever i talk about people
117:52
you know the right to keep and bear arms
117:53
without fail here come the people going
117:55
oh you know the cooper bureau that’s
117:57
just a bunch of white people that want
117:59
to say the n word with the hard r
118:00
and it’s like no this is about so much
118:02
more than that in fact
118:04
the people being the most
118:05
disproportionately harmed by the war on
118:06
guns
118:07
are marginalized communities it is black
118:09
and brown communities so to have you and
118:11
other folks like you
118:12
that are actually actively working to
118:14
work with black lives matter groups
118:15
black guns matter groups black panther
118:18
groups
118:18
uh even even groups on the left you know
118:20
anti-fascist groups and things like that
118:22
it’s really good to see that that that’s
118:24
happening you’re building this sort of
118:26
anti-authoritarian unity coalition it’s
118:28
fantastic man
118:29
yeah in louisville there was john brown
118:32
gun club
118:32
black panthers nfac us
118:35
and then i think like one more group all
118:38
like together same mission same goal
118:40
nothing but peace and love and it was it
118:41
was awesome like
118:43
i i get real warm fuzzies whenever stuff
118:46
happens like that and that’s kind of the
118:47
more it goes on the better i think it is
118:49
because
118:50
i really do believe in my heart that
118:51
things are so bad now
118:53
because if you think of like the last
118:55
unified like working class
118:57
normal american sort of uprising was
119:00
occupy wall street
119:02
and ever since then it it’s it’s well is
119:04
it the right or the left protesting you
119:06
never hear of
119:06
protesting together you never hear them
119:08
marching hand in hand equally angry
119:10
even though there’s tons of stuff that
119:12
everybody agree upon
119:13
that’s totally wrong but it’s so divided
119:16
and segregated now to where
119:18
even in lansing at the anthony houlin
119:20
event there was a republican stop asian
119:23
hate rally on one side of the street
119:25
and then a victim of police violence
119:27
rally on the other side of the street
119:28
and nobody intermingled or talked to
119:30
each other at all and it’s like they’re
119:32
literally arguing the same thing
119:36
right it’s absurd it’s absurd to me that
119:40
that
119:41
so often we have to go with this and i
119:43
you know i’ve had my own kind of
119:44
political awakening and stuff like that
119:46
of going to these events and being like
119:48
hey you know
119:49
despite what the media and and you know
119:51
twitter goblins will tell you
119:52
most people are really like good people
119:54
and and they’re good at heart and they
119:56
have good intentions and
119:57
if you can kind of get past all these
119:59
stupid labels we might actually be able
120:00
to like accomplish something again
120:03
yep exactly exactly it’s fantastic that
120:06
you’re doing that man
120:07
so what so you just did this thing in
120:08
lansing what do you have any stuff that
120:11
you’re
120:11
are you are are you okay with saying
120:13
what you’re what you’re doing up front
120:14
or do you prefer to just show up or or
120:16
how
120:17
how do you do that oh yeah we keep it
120:19
open um we’re going we’re going to
120:21
ohio soon because uh i’m i don’t
120:24
remember his last name i’ll have to look
120:25
it up but uh there’s an event for a man
120:27
named casey who was also killed by
120:28
police that’s going to be another like
120:30
joint event
120:31
with like everybody involved and then
120:34
um i definitely might like i have so
120:37
many possible summer plans it’s just the
120:38
issue is that i’m
120:40
unemployed due to lockdowns and kovids
120:43
so it’s just
120:43
financial things but michigan yeah
120:47
because i i was i was a commissioned
120:49
painter and i traveled around like
120:50
renaissance festivals and stuff and sold
120:52
like statuettes and and
120:54
home decor and stuff so obviously can’t
120:56
do that anymore
120:58
and then uh i used to i sold it on
121:00
facebook instagram and etsy and then we
121:01
got banned off of
121:02
literally everything including all of my
121:04
business pages so
121:06
yeah thank you facebook for that one i
121:09
even
121:09
keep in mind what off of uber eats
121:13
uber so you can’t eat either no yeah not
121:16
allowed
121:17
can’t you can’t go to the store can’t
121:19
carry out and can’t order it to my house
121:21
because i
121:22
shared an igloo meme or something
121:26
so keep in mind this is someone who for
121:28
his work
121:29
he makes paintings and home decor at
121:32
renaissance fairs and on etsy he’s
121:35
clearly the most
121:36
dangerous man in the country like yeah
121:39
this is his dnd statue oh no whatever
121:42
will the government do
121:43
to stop the nerds yeah this is
121:46
this is what this is the face of the
121:49
book and that’s what i try
121:50
to tell people i was across i was i was
121:51
in flint i was i went across this
121:53
country
121:54
and i’m seeing uh you know aloha shirt
121:56
enthusiasts across the country
121:58
and they’re all just normal people
122:01
they’re all just
122:02
normal everyday people not all of us no
122:05
no no matter how much they want to tell
122:07
us and it was just hilarious to me it
122:08
was like okay who is spike cohen’s like
122:10
unofficial
122:11
security team on his entire tour you
122:13
know jewish spike cohen
122:15
oh it’s it’s a bunch of like ethnically
122:17
and racially and you know like
122:19
sexual sexual sexually engendered
122:21
diverse people
122:22
yeah this must be a white supremacist
122:24
movement
122:26
yeah it’s that meme of the guy with the
122:27
butterfly and it’s you know
122:29
it’s you know the media and a bunch of
122:32
you know black and queer and trans
122:33
people and white people and straight
122:35
people and everyone just a bunch of
122:36
people
122:37
is this a white supremacist group it’s
122:39
the most absurd thing and i i’ve gotten
122:41
into it so many times with people where
122:43
i’m like
122:43
guys you can see me at black lives
122:46
matter events
122:47
with the boog you can see multiple ones
122:50
you can see me at black panther events
122:52
with the boog and you intentionally crop
122:55
every black person you can
122:57
to come up with these weird hackneyed
122:59
vertical you know
123:01
uh uh diagonal shots of me with three
123:04
white people and be like look
123:05
at these white supremacists it’s like
123:07
well i’m a jew so white supremacists
123:09
don’t consider me
123:10
white but second of all why did you crop
123:13
it that way i think it’s because you
123:15
wanted to leave out all of the other
123:17
people that are in that photo all of the
123:19
people that are lgbt
123:20
and and black and brown and everything
123:22
else and again there’s nothing wrong
123:23
with being white or straight i’m white
123:25
and straight
123:26
but this is a a very very degree diverse
123:28
group of people
123:29
that are com that are coming together
123:31
under the common thread of the right
123:33
of the people to keep and bear arms
123:34
shall not be infringed and that’s our
123:36
hard line
123:37
yeah and it’s the two worst examples i
123:40
ever saw of that was a
123:41
new york times i think it was did an
123:43
article about the virginia gun rally and
123:46
they literally took
123:47
pops who’s like a black gun owner like
123:49
he’s wearing like an
123:51
i can’t breathe hat and uh was it colin
123:53
kaepernick’s shirt
123:54
they literally lightened his skin to
123:56
make him look like a white dude
123:58
so you want to talk about racism hello
124:00
and then uh
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at the unity event way back in in july
124:04
or whatever it was
124:05
in lansing uh i mean like only
124:08
i think it was like barely two-thirds of
124:10
us there were white people
124:11
like we had time every single race was
124:13
represented tons of women and everything
124:15
and every single news camera was like
124:17
allergic to filling any of them and you
124:19
can if you go back and look at all the
124:21
footage of that they’ll literally tuck
124:22
the camera down and go away and the same
124:25
thing happened in lansing when i gave my
124:27
speech on the 17th to where
124:29
they were filming me and i was talking
124:31
and they’re like well
124:33
some of your favorite who is who’s some
124:34
of your favorite politicians and i go uh
124:37
you know vermin supreme and spike cohen
124:38
and they literally turn the camera off
124:40
immediately
124:43
they don’t want me to know that that one
124:44
of my favorite politicians is an
124:46
anarchist who runs around the boot on
124:47
his head they didn’t want people
124:48
yeah and another anarchist who ran
124:51
around you know the whole country
124:53
you know uh pushing for you know
124:57
ending police brutality and ending the
124:58
war on drugs and ending systemic harm
125:00
against marginalized communities
125:02
in no uncertain terms like saying
125:03
specifically that not coded references
125:05
to it
125:06
but like actually saying it it is it is
125:09
mind-blowing can you imagine for a
125:10
second
125:11
being that reporter or that editor
125:14
who is sitting there and so scared of
125:16
the fact that they’re having to feature
125:18
that a black guy is
125:20
supporting gun rights that they had to
125:21
lighten his skin
125:23
like just the mindset of that of how
125:25
that’s
125:26
this is a journalist who has been taught
125:28
went to school taught ethics taught
125:30
about how you should always
125:32
try to find the truth in the story and
125:34
here they are lightening someone’s skin
125:36
to desperately try to make it look like
125:37
a white thing
125:38
it’s it’s incredible if you want to go
125:40
all progressive on that that’s literally
125:42
erasing minorities this is literally a
125:43
racing piano
125:44
white washing and like a literal white
125:46
whitewashing like
125:48
by definition you’re you’re going to
125:49
photoshop and whitewashing his skin
125:52
like what you are erasing people of
125:54
course yeah it is the definition of
125:56
erasure i didn’t even realize that yeah
125:57
that it is erasure you know i knew we
126:00
would get no mainstream media coverage
126:02
when i did that event with the black
126:03
panthers in richmond i’m looking around
126:05
there’s no cops there we’re killing
126:07
every single narrative
126:09
about gun ownership and people of color
126:11
like
126:12
at all at once right there were more
126:15
armed black
126:16
women than there were armed white men
126:18
there like that’s how
126:19
many black people that there were that
126:21
were armed and again there’s nothing
126:22
wrong with white people with guns but
126:24
anyone who wants to say oh this is some
126:25
kind of right
126:26
wing far right white was surprised these
126:28
were the black panthers
126:31
and not and the original black panthers
126:33
the huey p newton gun club and the
126:34
original black panther party were there
126:36
with the it’s black lives matter 757 so
126:39
they’re the ones out of
126:40
virginia beach but you know a somewhat
126:42
local uh black lives matter group
126:45
and you know we’re there in the middle
126:46
of the you know in between i think it’s
126:48
the state capitol
126:49
and the supreme court building and we’re
126:50
giving i’m giving a speech and we’re
126:52
getting all people all excited about it
126:53
and i’m in i’m talking to people there
126:55
and everything
126:56
and you know there wasn’t a cop to be
126:58
seen we actually played a game of find
126:59
the cop afterwards
127:00
and we walked around we finally saw one
127:02
like five blocks away
127:03
behind their patrol car doing this just
127:05
to see what was going on which was fine
127:06
i’d get there to make sure everything’s
127:07
okay
127:08
but they didn’t need to be there and
127:09
they knew they didn’t need to be there
127:10
no one was brutalized no one was even
127:12
sniffed at by a cop because we were so
127:15
heavily armed
127:16
and you know it killed every single
127:18
narrative about
127:19
gun rights that the the mainstream
127:21
neo-liberal neo-conservative
127:23
and apparently newsmax as well that did
127:26
you see the hot take that we put up
127:27
earlier
127:28
about that he had a gun
127:31
like i i i tweeted earlier of like
127:33
you’re seeing the difference between
127:35
like
127:35
the boogaloo second amendment and like
127:37
the republican second amendment in real
127:39
time
127:40
because you have like firearm policy
127:42
coalition and like phoenix ammunition
127:44
and all of these like people that are
127:45
closer affiliated to me like fpc’s even
127:47
selling hawaiian shirts and everything
127:49
all coming out and being like look at
127:51
look at these they don’t support the
127:52
second amendment they’re racist
127:54
they’re full of [ __ ] they boot lick to
127:56
the extreme and then you have
127:57
tweets like that and you know plenty of
128:00
other awful
128:01
hot takes i’ve seen particularly around
128:03
what happened in in minneapolis
128:05
well you know brooklyn center where i’ve
128:07
just it’s it’s absurd to me that
128:09
the police officer herself admitted she
128:11
screwed up these
128:13
police chiefs said she screwed up the
128:15
police they’re still defending it
128:17
and people are still defending her and
128:19
and
128:20
like you know other people have takes of
128:22
like oh this it was a rookie mistake
128:24
this is a 26 year old veteran who’s like
128:26
on the count like the top
128:27
board of the police union and was
128:29
training people in that moment like
128:32
yeah she was training she’s been she’s
128:34
been a cop one year less than i’ve been
128:36
alive
128:38
yeah yeah that’s yeah
128:41
during the time that you’ve been able to
128:43
grow that impressive beard she has been
128:45
pleasing
128:46
and far past that and far i mean back
128:48
when you were babyfaced
128:50
she although i’m convinced she came out
128:51
like that i think that i think you may
128:52
have had that from the beginning but
128:54
regardless you know she she’s been doing
128:56
this for you it’s
128:57
getting worse i said i wouldn’t even
128:59
trim it until lockdowns are over so
129:01
it’ll probably be down to like my
129:02
oh gosh so you went and turned yourself
129:04
into gandalf because of the
129:05
throwing at this point where you are
129:08
pretty well
129:09
wow that’s but i mean so this is a cop
129:11
that you know
129:13
and here’s the thing make a mistake okay
129:15
fine made a mistake and it resulted in a
129:16
tragic death
129:17
if you or me or this guy up here
129:20
did anything even remotely similar we’d
129:23
already be in jail and we’d be
129:24
awaiting the exact charges that we’re
129:26
facing and then we would end up in
129:28
prison for it because you can’t just
129:30
accidentally kill people it doesn’t work
129:32
out even even less than that if i if i
129:34
grabbed that rifle over there and was
129:36
fiddling around with it
129:37
and accidentally put a bullet into the
129:39
wall and hurt no one but the drywall
129:41
the police would come and arrest me yeah
129:43
so it’s you know
129:44
rules for thee but not for me and that’s
129:46
the biggest issue we’re facing right now
129:48
yeah some some pigs are more equal than
129:50
others so tell us about so you know
129:52
you’ve got
129:53
uh you’re gonna be doing that in ohio do
129:54
you have anything else going on and how
129:56
can people stay in touch with you to
129:57
find out more about the the unity
129:58
movement
129:59
unity movement or unity coalition unity
130:01
coalition
130:03
how can people be more involved and what
130:05
some other stuff you guys are doing
130:07
yeah so um you can get on my twitter
130:09
obviously magnus panvidia and then i’m
130:11
starting a podcast
130:12
thursday that is going to be the unity
130:14
or death podcast it’s kind of
130:16
kind of taking this idea and going more
130:19
online with it instead of just local on
130:21
the ground stuff
130:22
but definitely just how to get involved
130:24
we kind of have like this growing
130:26
network of friendly groups
130:28
like we’re we’re really close with the
130:30
georgia panthers now we’re obviously
130:32
really close with everyone in virginia
130:34
ohio kentucky
130:35
and a lot of us just show up and kind of
130:37
you know see what’s going on yourself
130:40
events and get involved and kind of you
130:42
know
130:43
stop stop especially if you’re a
130:45
libertarian or even you know some form
130:47
of conservatives if
130:49
if you call yourself an individualist
130:50
then you need to treat everyone as an
130:52
individual
130:52
so if you see someone who’s a blm person
130:54
or an antifa person or whatever and you
130:56
just immediately reduce them to their to
130:58
their label
130:59
you’re not an individualist so go out
131:01
and talk to people one-on-one and find
131:03
people one-on-one because like they’re
131:05
there is awful scumbags and every
131:07
movement and political party and
131:09
ideology
131:10
but there’s amazing people in all of
131:12
them too and if we can just get all
131:14
those amazing people from every corner
131:16
of the spectrum and form our little
131:18
avengers team
131:19
we might be able to bring some real
131:20
change and that’s kind of my hope right
131:22
now
131:23
absolutely absolutely man we are being
131:24
told by the way we are told to shout out
131:26
tower gang
131:27
to you power gang i also want to shout
131:30
out uh my my friend olivia rondo
131:32
she has a podcast she’s a big fan of
131:34
yours so you make happiness out here i
131:36
know olivia
131:37
cool yeah so cool i would like that i
131:40
would love to be on it
131:42
yeah go go ahead man you have the
131:44
alexander rios memorial event may 8th
131:46
in mansfield ohio at noon
131:49
how did you find the last name before i
131:51
remembered it
131:52
because someone put in the comments yeah
131:54
darth typhon says
131:56
star typhon put it in the comments yeah
131:58
he’s one of my boys
132:01
breaking news uh in columbus we’re being
132:04
told jimmy lee is saying that columbus
132:06
police headquarters protests have
132:07
entered the headquarters
132:09
so that’s that’s going to be fun that’s
132:12
interesting
132:13
i might have to go but uh uh i guess
132:16
you got to go now real quick also um
132:20
while we’re on the subject of police
132:22
before i go uh an entire i think it was
132:24
like 32 different sheriffs and police
132:27
representatives are in texas right now
132:29
lobbying against constitutional carry
132:31
so there you go gun owners there they
132:33
yeah
132:35
yeah yeah they’d never they’d never
132:38
violate our right to keep and bear arms
132:40
first of all they do every day with
132:42
every gun law that’s on the books at
132:43
both the state and federal level and
132:45
second of all
132:46
i live in south carolina one of the most
132:49
gun friendly states on earth in terms of
132:51
what the population wants
132:52
we are fighting just to get open carry
132:55
right now
132:56
because there’s one lobby that’s against
132:58
it well there’s many but there’s one
133:00
influential lobby that’s against it the
133:02
police lobby and they keep putting out
133:04
this police propaganda about
133:06
you know this could make it where
133:07
there’s more people with guns and they
133:09
we wouldn’t even know who’s licensed we
133:10
couldn’t look it up when we’re pulling
133:12
people over defending people’s lives and
133:14
get home safe to our friend and people
133:16
eat it up and they go oh well then i
133:17
guess we can’t do it
133:18
and the main proponents and in fact the
133:20
gun control groups
133:21
work with the police groups here in
133:23
south carolina to push to stop it
133:26
if it wasn’t for them we’d have the i
133:28
mean this is a very very gun-friendly
133:30
group of people that live here
133:31
in south carolina and every single
133:32
person that runs for governor anything
133:34
else even the democrats are pretty act
133:36
pretty gun friendly here
133:37
and the republicans oh yeah all a
133:39
constitutional carry and then they get
133:40
in and go well
133:41
after speaking with the police uh i’ve
133:43
determined that you actually don’t have
133:45
the right to keep and bear arms
133:47
it’s so funny because they always say
133:48
like oh the cops just enforce the law
133:50
they don’t make them it’s like well they
133:51
sure lobby for them
133:53
a lot yeah so how about that yeah yeah
133:56
they have no problem with that justico
133:58
mitchell
133:58
uh shout out to justinico for the
134:00
generous donation
134:02
and the message fan character bouncing
134:05
their heart-shaped ponytail with stars
134:07
in their eye
134:08
that is a sticker and it is describing
134:10
to you what the sticker looks like
134:13
oh yeah
134:17
he he sent me unintentionally
134:20
instead of showing us the sticker i mean
134:23
i’m reading the thing and the thing with
134:24
just eco is he would write something
134:26
like that
134:27
so that’s why i was kind of like maybe
134:30
he wrote that but no
134:32
that’s that’s a very specific
134:35
description of that
134:37
i read it three times and i was like huh
134:40
interesting and then i thought oh that’s
134:42
a sticker from
134:43
youtube fan character bouncing their
134:47
heart-shaped ponytail with stars in
134:49
their eye
134:51
i’m gonna have to look up what that
134:52
looks like a title of a song off the
134:54
mixtape
134:56
it should be it will be now this is
135:00
i gotta look i’m sorry i gotta look this
135:01
up so magnus i think you already told us
135:04
but just in case
135:05
uh how can people find out more about
135:07
you oh it’s a jojo siwa thing
135:09
that’s even weirder okay um tell us
135:13
oh let me see that was a jojo siwa thing
135:16
because i just googled it
135:19
where is it that is exactly what that
135:22
described
135:25
the how about that they’re getting too
135:27
smart
135:28
really yeah how do yeah why do they know
135:31
what that
135:31
is that accurately is is there something
135:34
like is there a description for
135:36
the blind where it’s like middle-aged
135:37
jew with ms and bad haircut
135:40
in bright shirt spreading anarchist
135:42
agitator
135:43
domestic terrorists with beards no
135:45
domestic terrorists homosexuals white
135:47
supremacists
135:49
oh man so okay sorry so how can and i
135:52
think you did answer this but just in
135:53
case how can people find out more about
135:54
you and how they help and
135:56
and all about the unity coalition yeah
135:58
so yeah uh
135:59
definitely check out me on twitter at
136:01
magnusfanvideo and then on youtube was
136:03
where my podcast will be the unity or
136:05
death podcast and then if you want to
136:07
see me you can show up to columbus to
136:10
the alexander rios event or i will be at
136:12
the michigan lp convention
136:14
possibly giving a presentation i’m not
136:16
sure but i really want to i think uh
136:18
it’s all about about agora ism which is
136:20
super fun to talk about
136:22
yes literally sitting in a room and
136:24
telling people to break the law it’s
136:25
great
136:27
well you know you don’t tell them to
136:28
break the law you just say how to break
136:30
the law and if they want to do that
136:31
that’s on them
136:33
exactly see you’re not i didn’t you’re
136:36
much
136:37
i didn’t say you should do that this is
136:40
why you you ran for lp and i got put on
136:42
a domestic terror watch list this is
136:46
i mean how you know porque no nostos
136:49
um hey man thank you so much for coming
136:52
on
136:52
and uh we really appreciate it you are a
136:54
great friend of muddy waters and uh
136:56
i will uh hopefully we’ll get to talk to
136:58
you soon i’ll see you in michigan
136:59
absolutely you all have a good night
137:01
thanks man
137:04
i love him uh yeah no it’s it’s
137:07
fantastic yeah exactly joe hackman
137:09
breaking the law is bad okay like you
137:11
know we don’t
137:12
breaking those
137:16
um that’s funny uh
137:19
j adam wags tells us that missouri is
137:21
about to pass the second amendment
137:22
protection act which is basically not
137:24
just constitutional carry but actually
137:26
they will uh they’re basically
137:28
nullifying federal all federal gun laws
137:31
in the state despite opposition from the
137:33
sheriff’s association i wish
137:35
that we had as much uh of a grassroots
137:38
movement here
137:38
uh as you clearly do in missouri because
137:40
every time i mean we are fighting just
137:42
to get open carry past
137:43
and they’re trying to add all these
137:45
restrictions to it you know open carry
137:46
but with background checks and with
137:48
you know educational stuff and all these
137:50
things it’s like let people pre if
137:52
if the police can be walking around here
137:53
who you forget what their taser is
137:56
uh and can be carrying a gun then the
137:57
rest of us should be able to carry it
137:59
too
138:00
oh just eco he just selected the 20
138:02
sticker hey it’s a nice sticker
138:04
and it was an accurate description and i
138:06
just enjoyed picturing you writing that
138:09
that’s literally what it was you
138:10
described it very well
138:12
yeah no it’s that fan heart-shaped
138:14
ponytail like what the hell is that and
138:15
then i looked and like
138:16
huh they were bouncing their
138:19
heart-shaped ponytail
138:24
literally literally quite actually and
138:27
literally
138:29
quite literally literally so is this
138:31
this is the
138:32
show we’ve done the whole show that’s
138:34
that’s that is the whole kit and
138:36
caboodle
138:37
we literally kitted and caboodled each
138:40
and every one of you and we are grateful
138:41
to you
138:42
for being here also shout out to youtube
138:44
this is an episode where we had almost
138:46
many as many youtube
138:47
viewers as facebook viewers really
138:50
which is good because that’s where we
138:52
actually make money thank you yeah
138:54
thank you madness i know that that is
138:56
probably why
138:58
probably i am sorry hey listen whatever
139:01
it takes
139:01
if we have to do more crossover stuff
139:03
with youtubers
139:06
because i got kicked off with them yeah
139:09
no yeah you how did you i’m the one out
139:12
there with them with their
139:13
signing everyone’s half the boog have
139:16
like rifles and and plate carriers and
139:18
freaking uh um panoramic infrared uh
139:22
goggle helmets whatever those things i
139:24
keep forgetting what those are called i
139:26
keep being told and i forget
139:27
you know signed by me they got this
139:28
freaking my autograph on them
139:30
and you’re the one that gets kicked off
139:32
as a domestic extremist it just doesn’t
139:34
seem fair
139:35
but it’s not like i don’t understand it
139:40
like i’m still out here walking around
139:42
despite that yeah
139:44
and we are on float judith reuter we are
139:46
on float float dot
139:54
yes and in fact we go live on there as
139:56
well so yeah float.app slash muddy
139:59
waters media and
140:00
if you click on live now you’ll see us
140:02
on there right there you can give us uh
140:04
you can even donate uh crypto
140:08
that’s right yeah you donate i need to
140:10
do a huge shout out to uh
140:12
stephenvit stephen witt
140:15
yes stephen witt stephen witt yeah he um
140:19
donated money for today’s show and i was
140:21
gonna say that this show
140:22
in the title that this show was brought
140:24
to you by stephen witt but the show
140:26
title is so long it wouldn’t have fit
140:29
and that rhymes so
140:32
stephen whitt’s a great guy he’s going
140:33
to be he’s running for state rep in uh
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in south carolina and i’m working
140:37
directly with him to help him with
140:39
uh with his messaging and strategy i
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think he’s going to do a great job so
140:42
i’m really excited to be working with
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them
140:43
and thank you for being a friend of
140:44
muddy waters it means a lot to us man
140:46
yeah it really does
140:49
so so tomorrow
140:53
oh yeah tomorrow i have eric peterson on
140:55
he is a
140:56
an expert in all things internet and we
140:59
are going to be talking about net
141:00
neutrality
141:01
uh there is increasing despite the fact
141:04
that ending net neutrality is one of the
141:05
few things that the trump administration
141:07
did that was just unequivocally good
141:09
uh and has led to you know great
141:12
improvements of of
141:13
internet and has made things better
141:15
after a few years of backlog and
141:17
development because of net neutrality
141:20
the my administration is at least making
141:22
noises about reintroducing it and we’re
141:23
going to talk about what that
141:25
means exactly and why it’s bad and then
141:28
you have a
141:29
someone on thursday i do but really
141:31
quick uh
141:32
cj westfall thank you for being a friend
141:34
of the show and also south carolina’s
141:36
constitutional carry bill 3096 has the
141:38
second amendment preservation act
141:39
amended to it
141:41
past south carolina house and is headed
141:43
to senate before across every deadline
141:45
um that deadline is the big one there
141:48
and the senate unfortunately and i hope
141:50
that i’m wrong
141:52
historically the senate is where these
141:54
bills go to die
141:56
a death of deadline so we’ll see that
141:59
there is some momentum behind it
142:00
i really really hope this passes um
142:03
there is no
142:04
i’m not gonna definitely not say that
142:07
but
142:08
if someone were to own a weapon
142:12
without ever having done anything to
142:14
have it
142:16
that would be good for that person
142:20
hypothetically
142:23
so we’ll see and then on thursday eight
142:25
fish a muddied waters eight
142:27
um i have scott schleder
142:31
schluter yeah scott schluter yeah yeah
142:33
thank you scott schluter is coming on my
142:35
show he’s uh the lp candidate for
142:37
governor of illinois and he will be
142:39
joining me
142:40
thursday at you know muddy waters eight
142:43
muddy waters day and then uh and then on
142:45
friday and saturday i will be in alaska
142:48
for the gold rush event
142:50
if you live anywhere in alaska or i
142:52
guess you can’t say near alaska because
142:53
you’re either in alaska you’re nowhere
142:54
near it
142:55
uh but if you live well i guess if you
142:58
live in
142:58
canadian viewers northern bc yeah
143:02
or none of it then i guess you’re
143:04
somewhat close to that if you live in
143:05
alaska or anchorage or wasilla then come
143:07
on out and see because then it’s not
143:09
even if you live near wasilla you either
143:10
live in anchorage or wasilla or nowhere
143:12
near them
143:13
uh but if you live in in anchorage or
143:14
wasilla come on out to wasilla we’ll be
143:16
doing a great event this weekend
143:18
uh in alaska my first time in alaska and
143:20
i’m gonna eat so much fish my stomach’s
143:21
already bubbling thinking about what i’m
143:23
about to do to it it is not happy
143:25
uh and uh and come and hang out if you
143:27
aren’t near alaska you can still take
143:29
part
143:29
uh by registering you can actually watch
143:31
the entire live stream if you’ve ever
143:32
considered running for office as a
143:34
libertarian
143:35
this is a not must not how do you must
143:38
see
143:38
cannot miss event i don’t know why i had
143:40
a hard time saying that but you should
143:42
watch it and you can register uh
143:45
must-see it’s must-see tv if you ever
143:47
wanted to run uh go to
143:48
el alaska lp.org
143:52
gold rush and then we’ll be right back
143:55
here
143:56
next tuesday for another magical episode
143:58
of the muddy waters freedom where matt
144:00
right and i parse through the week’s
144:01
events like the sweet little 20 20 20
144:03
wonder boys 20 wonder 21 am i
144:05
20.
144:09
uh no i’ll be back okay
144:12
yeah yeah no i i hold on i don’t now
144:15
you’re making me wonder
144:17
i just want i just want to know i’ll be
144:18
yeah no i’ll be back i’ll be back yeah
144:20
i’m getting in i’m getting i’m getting
144:23
an
144:23
early early morning uh
144:27
or i guess no i’m getting in in the
144:28
afternoon on monday so yeah no
144:31
i can definitely do two tomorrow next
144:32
week okay and remember everybody out
144:34
there please please please
144:36
if you happen to be in the mansfield
144:39
ohio area on may eighth day of
144:41
remembrance
144:42
73 east 2nd street in mansfield ohio 12
144:46
p.m at the jail it’s the
144:47
anthony rios in remembrance of those
144:49
that the police killed
144:51
and please bring flowers yep absolutely
144:54
absolutely yeah if you can attend that
144:56
please do and
144:57
uh matt if someone were looking for us
145:00
on the internet is that even possible
145:02
and if so how
145:03
you know that is possible if
145:07
let’s say somebody let’s say somebody
145:12
has a terrible taste in
145:16
what good humans look like and want to
145:18
see the beautiful faces in front of them
145:21
that you could see on float or yes
145:24
anywhere else on the internet and just
145:26
wanted to hear the sweet sultry sounds
145:29
of ours yes
145:30
their voices of us our voices yeah
145:32
voices
145:34
yes our voices fm
145:37
anchor fm
145:41
where you can leave us messages that we
145:43
will play
145:44
live on the air we will do it and you
145:47
can also delete it
145:49
we love you we do we love you give us
145:52
money
145:52
give us money we love we love you more
145:55
we don’t give us money
145:57
we love you you give us we love a lot of
146:00
you know what we love about you
146:03
is when you give us money we love that
146:05
we really love
146:06
jack casey who he’s donating to us twice
146:11
just in this show no on
146:14
monthly oh yeah we love him yeah oh yeah
146:18
i forgot about him yeah
146:19
we like the darth tarpon guy too and
146:22
justinico mitchell
146:23
and justin wakes and cj westfall
146:27
yeah i think i’m just kidding just so
146:30
many people
146:31
that we love my app pulling up today so
146:34
you can see people think all extra
146:35
special next week and we’ll thank you
146:37
all because of all so much
146:41
and you can find this in every other
146:42
episode at muddywatersmedia.com
146:46
well that settles it i’m going right
146:48
there right now folks thanks so much for
146:49
tuning in
146:50
we will see you tomorrow on the muddy
146:52
waters of freedom we’ll see you the day
146:53
after
146:54
on uh the writer’s block nope we’ll see
146:58
you tomorrow and my fellow americans
147:00
what’d i say budget water is freedom oh
147:03
god no
147:03
no that’s not true at all we’ll see you
147:06
tomorrow
147:06
on my fellow americans we’ll see you
147:08
thursday for the writer’s block we’ll
147:09
see you friday and saturday for gold
147:11
rush and we’ll see you right back here
147:12
next week
147:13
for the muddy waters of freedom folks
147:15
thanks so much for tuning in
147:17
we love you and where we’re going we
147:19
don’t need
147:20
roads
147:24
the wind of god is even better then
147:27
saying moses and the children of israel
147:31
this song
147:33
under the lord we are about to have it
147:38
[Music]
147:42
again
147:44
[Music]
147:50
from the state of washington to the
147:52
state of maine to brownsville
147:54
texas and the triple floor today
147:57
we speak to this atmosphere to today
148:00
today
148:03
this virus hates heat you just burn this
148:06
thing
148:06
burn burn
148:09
i call for a supernatural heatwave
148:12
straight out of hell
148:14
burn burn 19.
148:26
[Music]
148:28
i heard the lord say this to me several
148:31
weeks ago kenneth
148:32
what you believe me for a heatwave i
148:35
walked out in my backyard
148:39
i speak to this atmosphere i call for
148:43
a strong south wind
148:48
i call for a supernatural heatwave
148:51
straight out of hell
148:52
burn burn call it 19.90
149:01
[Music]
149:20
i’m telling you it gets hot down there
149:21
just have a car down there
149:23
ah turn the air conditioner it gets hot
149:26
down there
149:26
hot fire and it’s hot oh florida
149:29
all right goodness it’s hot in here
149:36
[Music]
149:55
get out of here
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[Music]
150:15


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Spike Cohen
Spike Cohen
Local Jew. Contrarian stoic sentimentalist. Antidisestablishmentarianism. 2020 Libertarian VP candidate. Will pet your dog.
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