Mr Bearded Truth 18 – Aborting deals before they become viable.

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About This Episode


On this episode, we trudge through the news from the week. A representative from Mississippi allegedly beating his wife because he wanted to get it on. Trump was accused of attempting a coverup and handles the situation with Iran and the Middle East. Twitter bans more people from its platform. The war on drugs leaves a two year old dead. All of that and of course a discussion about abortions/life.


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welcome in everybody hope you guys are
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doing well my name is mister my name is
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Jason line mr. America the period of
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truth as I go by I want to thank you
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guys for being here it’s been it’s been
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a while let’s be honest right it’s been
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a while it’s been two weeks so thank you
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guys for coming in thank you guys for
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for popping around and joining in with a
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beard tonight I’ve got a jam-packed
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filled show for you guys I’ve got an
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abundance of stories and information
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that we have to go through in order to
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make sure that we get all of the big
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stories out there that we need to get
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covered we’re gonna be talking about a
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lot of things such as the Alabama bill
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the Missouri bill Colorado working with
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a private company in order to write
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condom nations we’re also gonna be
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talking about Trump and the tariff Wars
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also Trump circumventing the Congress
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today in order to get eight billion
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dollars in weapons sales we’ll talk
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about that and a whole what ton of other
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stuff I don’t know if I could say but
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time but i’ma say but but time and so
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we’ve got quite a bit of stuff to get
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through the Alabama bill said that
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coming to so we’ll get through that
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we’re also gonna get into the Equality
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Act what’s going on there Twitter just
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banned two people today and there’s not
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really that much outrage from the right
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so obviously it was a lefty getting hit
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on there we’ll get into that we miss the
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beer thank you thank you I missed you
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all as well we’re also going to talk
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about subsidies coming on here in this
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country you know because we’ve got a we
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got a after punching yourself in the
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face you gotta make it a little bit
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softer on yourself so we’ll get that of
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course will be with the tariff
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discussion and Justin Amash got a lot of
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blowback this week and so we gotta get
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into the facts and into the situation
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there oh man and we’re we’re still not
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done we’re still not done with the topic
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I want to start off with this one on
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Saturday last Saturday so almost a week
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ago Mississippi lawmaker allegedly
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punched his wife this is representative
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Doug mclee odd now this is these are
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allegations right now but I’m gonna give
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you guys what the authorities have said
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during the situation and it’s kind of
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telling that uh you know it’s not been
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it’s not a big hubbub but this the
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entire the entire situation with this
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really does make you wonder like how
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this is how this is not bigger news and
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why the media hasn’t been jumping all
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over this
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so authorities were alerted to go over
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to the house of the representative and
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when they showed up Doug mr. mr. Doug
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representative ethnically hood was drunk
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holding a glass of alcohol and was was
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zigzagging and having to hold on to the
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rail so the man appeared to be quite
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intoxicated from the reports from the
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wife who had a bloody nose from the
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authorities seeing that there was blood
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on the bed as well as around the bedroom
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this seems like a pretty pretty quick
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case now the representative was arrested
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released on bail bond the next day for
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$1,000
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the wife did not go by ambulance to to
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seek medical treatment but she did say
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her daughter will be taking her there to
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ensure that the authorities will have
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reports but the whole entire reason
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yes the beard is back the entire reason
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why this situation went down where you
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have potentially allegedly a member of
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Congress attacking his wife and
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physically assaulting her was because he
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wanted to have sexual intercourse with
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her and she was not going quick enough
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so he didn’t rape her
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um you he didn’t rape her he just beat
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her because he wasn’t having sexual
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intercourse with her so of course right
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disgusting behavior whether it was right
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whether it was just sexual assault or I
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guess in this one just allegedly assault
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this should have been making much bigger
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news because if you’re mad that your
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wife isn’t getting it on with you quick
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enough
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is it it you have to wonder you have to
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wonder if it’s just because you know you
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wouldn’t be able to last that long
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regardless on who it is you just the
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excitement’s overbearing and yeah you
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shoot your load a little bit too quickly
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so maybe maybe time was a factor for him
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and and you know my apologies to him and
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his wife if that that happens to be the
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case but in no way in no way is this
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need closed-captioning laughs we we we
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can work on the closed captioning but in
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no way is this acceptable tolerable and
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and I’m kind of upset that the media
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hasn’t been jumpin on bigger on a bigger
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soapbox about this especially right
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after the me tube movement right after
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we had a you know the left-wing coming
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after the right wing for for the stupid
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things that many people on the right
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have done and the right wing going off
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the left people or the left wing for all
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the stupid things that they’ve done or
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grudges on both sides but this wasn’t
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this didn’t even hit the news right what
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was more important than this what was
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more important than an actual
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representative somebody who represents
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multiple people not just himself beating
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his potentially beating his wife or
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allegedly beating his wife what was
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bigger news than that well of course we
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have to argue about transportation or
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sorry we have to talk about Colorado
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putting in a transportation ban a state
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if you were being funded by the public
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by taxpayer money then you are not being
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able to move over there to Alabama we
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have to talk about Hollywood and their
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heartfelt virtue signaling about how
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they’re not going to go to Georgia and
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they’re not going to go to Alabama
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they’re not going to go to these
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pro-life states those are bigger
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discussions meanwhile tensions in Iran
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is building up right and absolutely
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absolutely right the Iran thing is a big
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deal but but what we’re more focused on
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is is it acceptable is a tolerable are
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we allowed to as a culture to end the
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lives of people within within the womb
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of others that’s been the big point of
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contention and so we will we will get
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into that we will dive into that story a
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little bit later we will get into the
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entire abortion hubbub and and I will
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encourage all of you guys I have the
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callin number open right now I will
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encourage all of you guys if you guys
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have to use you guys got something you
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guys would like to bring up during that
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topic or during other topics drop a
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comment let me know hey I want to call
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in I want to talk about this I will open
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up that phone line for you guys but
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towards the end I do want to finish up
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the show with the abortion topic and so
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Kate get your Alabama Bill’s out there
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get your Missouri bills out there get
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your Ohio bills out there get your New
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York bills out there and let’s let’s
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have a good discussion about that
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towards the end of the show but in the
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interim we have to talk about we have to
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talk about a two-year old there was a
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two-year old low low miss Alex Alex
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Hilda was killed
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she was killed by her foster parents and
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the entire premise behind this was why
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was she with foster parents why was she
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pulled away from her families what was
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it was her dad her mom and dad in the
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prison system no were they people that
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were going out there and just being
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destructive and you know just absolute
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criminals in some way in some fashion or
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committing atrocities against others no
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the mother in this situation she had
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seizures in the father recreationally or
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medicinally utilized marijuana after the
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daughter was would go to sleep at night
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and so Little Miss heard it out little
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miss Alex hill did end up getting pulled
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out by a social worker from her home and
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being put into foster care now during
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this foster care she did go she lived
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with Cheryl small and her husband and
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July 2013
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Cheryl took the life of Alex Hill now
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the way that she did this
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um the way that she did this was through
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just blunt force trauma she had actually
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a beaten alex is so so badly that she
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had been the trauma to her head she was
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hemorrhaging on the brain she was
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hemorrhaging in both eyes she she had
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bruising all around her body now the
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reason why this happened was because
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marijuana has been in cannabis or
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whatever you want to call it the Mary
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Jane’s the 420 the cush whatever you
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want to call it the sticky icky is kind
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of one of my favorites that was deemed
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to be bad enough in order to pull a
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daughter from from her parents who was
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reported as I even the caseworker as
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being healthy and happy with the family
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with the parents so you took them out so
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the state comes in and decides that you
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are too reprehensible you are your disc
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disgusting person by by utilizing
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marijuana that we’re gonna pull your
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child away from you and where they put
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them to mrs. smalls husband is a
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recovering crack addict who admitted to
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multiple drug charges so let’s just
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let’s let’s just think about this for a
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second marijuana
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let’s rip your kids away from you crack
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addict it’s okay we’re gonna go ahead
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and let you have this other person’s kid
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don’t worry we know that you guys went
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through a lot of pain and heartache you
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guys went through nine months of
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pregnancy for this kid you guys are
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actually gonna genuinely care about this
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kid a little bit more than those people
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that I don’t know smoked the pots they
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injected the marriage on us and so this
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this young little girl moves in and is
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killed tragic tragic tragic horrible
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situation where a two-year-old is killed
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because the state thought that the Mary
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Jane’s the injecting of the marihuana’s
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means that you’re unfit but go ahead and
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smack that crack Go Go
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smack the way check I will use the PC or
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the more family-friendly term for that
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but it just it just reeks of the state
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being too involved in the lives
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injecting the marijuana yes if you
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inject the marihuana’s you instantly
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become addicted and and from the way
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that the reports have gone right if you
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are a person of color if you’re a person
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of minority you go after the white
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woman’s if you if you touch the mary
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Juwan a–‘s you suddenly have
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hallucinogens you you know you just you
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transform into a whole separate being as
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a reports go which is exactly why this
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caseworker
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take out hell when they smoke the mess
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all right I want to read through the
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comment section it will progress on
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hasten sounds like domestic violence yes
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so I’ll watch all these pro-life
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abortions from dudes how come girls
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don’t make them must have been the roses
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that’s a good question why is it that um
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pro-life abortions from dudes I believe
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that you were talking about pro-life
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abortion videos or discussions disputing
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it there was actually was a great
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article if you guys know whose Quigley
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lyin guy is you guys need to check him
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out if you guys have not he wrote a
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really good article where he was
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actually reaching out to grab pro-life
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women and to grab quotes from them and
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threw them into a beautiful article I’ve
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shared that on my Facebook page and in
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sharing that because it’s there’s
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actually is more women that I’ve seen
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that are adamant about being the
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pro-life movement and and certainly
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that’s that’s something that is not just
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the dudes that are on that side
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how come girls aren’t making pro-life
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scopes just dude I don’t know I can’t
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control the women that’s not something
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I’m in favor of I mean it’s really
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surprising he’s Republican – the media
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loves reporting our Republican
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misconduct and he beat his wife for not
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having sex fast enough how was that not
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blasted all over exactly exactly right
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spike
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alcohol is legal so in my opinion weeds
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should be i don’t smoke or drink neither
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yeah I mean I’m I’m of the elk I’m of
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the the mindset that all drugs should be
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legalized so that we can actually help
17:27
people who are addicted or utilizing
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instead of treating them like criminals
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we treat them with a with an addiction
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problem we treat them with somebody who
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has a problem potentially and we can
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help provide an avenue for them to get
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help and to be able to make themselves
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better
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you can’t inject marijuana that’s news
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to me
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weren’t the legislators who wrote the
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Georgia bill all women I am not familiar
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with who it was I I’m so far out of the
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identity politics that I don’t even care
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if it’s if it’s a man or a woman if it’s
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a white person a person of color or
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whatever it is whoever is doing it I
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look at the content of it that I’m not
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sure it potentially could have been
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alright baby
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so the craz enstein brothers if you guys
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know who the Krassin seemed brothers are
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if you guys don’t know who they are if
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you go on prior to this week if you
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would gone anywhere absolutely anywhere
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on Trump’s feed on Twitter you would
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have found them they are the brothers
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that are in lockstep with one another
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and they tweet at each other on the
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reply section of Donald Trump’s tweets
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and other right-wing voices talking
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heads and and so it’s fine to be able to
18:50
left it’s fine to be outspoken as they
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were they they made a lot of accusations
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I know one of the brothers I believe it
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was Edie Edie krasin seen the one with
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the bigger the bigger following he was
19:03
about 900,000 followers there on Twitter
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he had said that if the Mueller report
19:07
does not indict President Trump then his
19:11
account would be he would he would shut
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down his Twitter account and after the
19:18
mural report dropped he remained on it
19:23
and he said look I don’t have to keep up
19:24
my word and that’s fine it’s okay but
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Twitter comes along
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so it’s not not bra we are gonna take
19:32
care of your account and because you’re
19:34
such a person of low interest to us
19:38
we’re also going to take after brother
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so now we have both of the brothers Edie
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and Bryan krasna seen have been
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permanently banned off of the Twitter’s
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off the Twitter platform and so
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I have to applaud them for a quick
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second because they have remained
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consistent being okay with this our
19:57
stance this is a quote from them our
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stance still remains the same Twitter as
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a private company has every right to ban
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whoever they choose including us so they
20:05
are on board with this there there they
20:07
want Twitter to actually publicly point
20:10
out the problems that they did the the
20:13
violations of the terms and services in
20:14
order to either point out the Twitter’s
20:18
messing up and just going after them
20:20
because they were too big of a following
20:22
or whatever it is the justifications
20:26
from Twitter on this was the fact that
20:27
they will the alleged facts that they
20:32
not only were handling multiple accounts
20:34
which is against Twitter’s terms and
20:36
conditions but they were also paying for
20:38
interactions so hey you you hit the like
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button I’ll give you five cents I’ll
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give you ten cents you you know we’ve
20:45
got plenty of tweets you hit the likes a
20:47
bunch of times we will get you that and
20:48
so you you form out your like you farm
20:51
out your retweets and you build up your
20:53
platform in that way you really make
20:55
yourself look more of somebody of value
21:00
more than what you are by doing that and
21:03
so both of those things are against
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Twitter’s terms and conditions or terms
21:06
of services and so now they’re having to
21:08
fight against that and it’s it’s always
21:12
interesting it’s always interesting to
21:14
see people getting removed and to see
21:15
how the how the backlash of the left and
21:17
backlash of the right really comes
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through and how that all gets involved
21:21
but I do have to agree with that right
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this is Twitter’s platform and when
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Twitter decides that they don’t want to
21:27
provide a service or good to somebody
21:28
else they don’t have to provide them
21:30
with that I have no problem with that I
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think that this is the grounds where we
21:34
we try to utilize the free market we
21:37
utilize the smartness of the people that
21:39
are out there because I don’t believe
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that the people that are running Twitter
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without a running Facebook that are
21:44
running Instagram that are running
21:45
snapchat or whatever social media
21:47
platform is out there I don’t think that
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they should have a monopoly on this and
21:53
and certainly when government gets more
21:55
involved on the legislation on you know
21:57
things like putting back in net
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neutrality or whatever kind of
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regulation or burden
22:05
any law that they put in they prevent
22:08
competition but while we still have what
22:10
we have this should be a demand there
22:12
should be a drive that we should be
22:13
moving towards building up new platforms
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and having more areas for us to express
22:19
our voices and hopefully as more
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platforms come out we’re able to
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actually push out free speech platforms
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much like what gab day I did last year
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or was it the year before we need we
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need to have some pretty heavy pushes
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that way we need to open up and to allow
22:37
more speech and allow more things and so
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you know terms and conditions like that
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well I can I understand the mindset of
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why that’s wrong and why why a platform
22:49
would disagree with that right making
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yourself artificially bigger than others
22:56
it doesn’t have to be that way and and
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so there another another lefty getting
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banned off of the Twitter’s we’ll see if
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they they get hit on other platforms I
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really don’t see it but nonetheless this
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is not another call for government
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getting involved all right
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women want to control my uterus yes
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spike I want to control that ughter
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how was your best friend doing there
23:25
spike I mean if you crumble it up and
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put it under some water and mix it
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around and put a needle oh yeah
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inject in the marriage you wanna still
23:34
sounds like a fulfilling life feels bad
23:36
man how do you feel about the push to
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make it public utility like phone lines
23:39
I disagree with it I disagree with
23:41
publicizing anything with nationalizing
23:43
anything with whatever it is that you
23:46
want to say where it’s a common common
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thing where where it so the problem when
23:54
it comes to this entire topic of what do
23:58
we do with the internet because it’s
23:59
unlike the roads because it’s unlike
24:02
electric or whatever it is because of
24:05
just the the way that it’s it’s
24:09
transferred from from the public from
24:10
the housing from communities and
24:12
everything else there’s a lot of issues
24:14
where the infrastructure there has to be
24:17
upgrade it has to be changed out and so
24:19
are we going to give that entire
24:21
platform over to the government and say
24:22
look you’re gonna have to maintain these
24:24
cables you have to lay down fiber once
24:27
once that technology is available to
24:29
everyone you have to provide us with
24:30
this that and the other do you think
24:32
that that’s the best way and if you
24:34
think that’s the best way I would
24:35
encourage you to come down here to South
24:36
Carolina check out our roads and and and
24:38
check out any of our roads other than
24:40
Florence and you’ll be like all right
24:42
they do a crappy job of applying this of
24:46
implementing these programs or these
24:48
ideas or this infrastructure I don’t
24:50
want them to do that with my internet so
24:52
I think on that way I would much rather
24:55
as stay with the free market I want to
24:57
see it actually be opened up I want to I
24:58
want to see some of the protections and
25:00
the controls over the infrastructure
25:02
there of the grids and all that the ISPs
25:06
I want to see that opened up I want to
25:08
see it become freer and allow for more
25:10
competitors to get involved yes it is
25:12
one of those inherit markets where the
25:16
bottom line or that the the initial
25:18
hurdle to get in is quite a bit higher
25:20
and I think that’s he even if we were to
25:22
have an absolute free market that would
25:24
still be inherent there but I would
25:27
rather have more Internet service
25:29
providers rather than fewer
25:32
my roads yes oh I missed it I can’t
25:43
believe I missed it while we’re talking
25:45
about Twitter bans I reference to the
25:51
second ago so spike Cohen they’re in the
25:53
youtubes right now handling the comments
25:56
section there he has been banned off the
25:58
Facebook for 30 days for imitating a
26:01
Boomer and I must say his age is really
26:05
showing because his boomer impersonation
26:07
is spot on if you guys have never
26:09
interacted with a Boomer there on
26:10
Facebook land and the Twitter feeds and
26:12
is somebody that will use utilize all
26:15
capitalizations misspelled every other
26:17
word and just basically go straight from
26:20
I’m a much more superior person than you
26:23
you’re inferior and you will be smitten
26:26
you’ll be smited whatever the term might
26:30
be submitted ed and so spike is 30 days
26:35
on his band so his best friend is back
26:38
in action and everyone loves the mr.
26:40
Russell Shackleford
26:42
so getting around the Zuckerberg having
26:45
a good old time
26:46
that’s what spike Owen and you know
26:49
who’s not about having a good time
26:52
the UK so over there in the UK this last
26:56
week there was a there was a crime being
26:59
committed a crime against society a
27:01
crime against the government when a man
27:03
walking down the street decided I’m
27:06
gonna cover my face and the reason why
27:09
he covered his face the reason why he
27:11
covered his face was because there was a
27:13
surveillance van driving around the
27:16
streets and wonderful land of the UK and
27:20
they were taking pictures for facial
27:23
recognition purposes and so this
27:25
individual puts his shirt and pulls it
27:27
up over his face in order to cover ups
27:29
my eye to bear scopes I am Jessie
27:31
Kelowna and as a result the police go
27:36
and find this traitor this absolutely
27:40
disgusting individual how dare you cover
27:42
your face and in they they come up
27:48
and they attempt to arrest him and they
27:50
end up finding this dude
27:53
this individual was fined a hundred and
27:55
fifteen dollars or ninety pounds are
27:59
covering his face and you know what they
28:00
still did not only did they find him but
28:04
they also snapped the picture right in
28:05
front of him
28:05
right right right them in there so what
28:08
the government is saying now you’ve done
28:10
us wrong pay us your money peasant and
28:13
we’re still gonna get what we want and
28:14
if you refuse this time we’ll double it
28:17
well triple it those of you who like the
28:21
National IDs those of you who like a
28:24
National Registration or like the
28:27
surveillance program or like the the
28:29
Patriot Act the National Defense
28:31
Authorization Act of 2012 or 2002 I
28:34
apologize all these things because if
28:37
you just like those things right you
28:38
would be on the side of saying oh yeah
28:40
if you cover your face on the streets
28:41
out on the public you you covered your
28:44
face I would have a disgusting person
28:45
you deserve this fine
28:48
deserve this fine hmm no absolutely not
28:54
you have a freedom of walking down the
28:57
street not being harassed by police here
28:59
in America they have to actually expect
29:03
you of committing a crime and and what
29:05
sad is regardless of the society even
29:08
here in America where you there doesn’t
29:10
have to be a victim for there to be a
29:12
crime and I’d shared this video but
29:18
there was a police department in Oregon
29:21
where two female officers stopped an
29:25
individual on a skateboard and man’s not
29:28
resisting not doing anything at all and
29:30
but during this interaction
29:34
they rip off his book bag and they start
29:36
to hand come from looks like he was in a
29:38
college campus area and they start to
29:41
arrest him and one of the people
29:44
standing there by one of the people
29:46
standing right next to this situation
29:47
who was recording the situation says
29:49
what did he do
29:53
the police respond with he was
29:55
jaywalking Oh whoo
29:57
not jaywalking don’t tell me he was
30:00
jaywalking on the streets on those busy
30:03
streets of Oregon
30:05
it was jaywalking and so not concerned
30:09
with his own safety he could have poked
30:11
an eye out he could have started World
30:14
War 3 and he needed to be arrested
30:17
absolutely
30:20
when who when you have something as
30:21
stupid
30:24
as as jaywalking and that’s a reason to
30:27
be detained
30:29
are you being arrested for your safety
30:31
or what is the premise of this wait what
30:35
is honestly the premise that you’re
30:37
going to detain somebody prevent
30:39
somebody from from freely traveling
30:41
because they freely traveled across the
30:43
road not where you told them that they
30:46
could
30:48
ah these victimless crimes are just
30:51
ridiculous we really need to
30:54
fundamentally look at the laws in our
30:56
country whether it’s the locality laws
30:59
or if it’s at the federal level we need
31:02
to look at these and actually handled
31:04
because they’re not they’re not in any
31:06
way benefiting us they’re just merely a
31:09
revenue plot or ploy just absolutely
31:14
horrible
31:17
alright pull all this Segway Thank You
31:19
spike that’s why I’m here for if it
31:22
pleases the crowd may be exempt from
31:23
your Terminator registration no it does
31:27
not please the crown you shall pay us
31:30
and give us the picture again the nerve
31:32
hang him for his own good
31:34
absolutely that’s insane that’s nuts
31:36
welcome in welcome in Pat welcome in
31:41
trucking with norm if you guys I’ve been
31:42
following truck with norm follow him
31:43
he’ll see you down the road always a
31:45
fantastic time a very logical and
31:47
constitutional thinker found out to
31:50
Arkham with norm all right I want to go
31:55
to some news from today so over the week
31:59
there’s been a rumor there’s been
32:01
tremors there’s been a scuttlebutt if
32:05
you will if I can use the nautical term
32:07
with you guys that the president was
32:10
about to declare another national
32:12
emergency another national emergency in
32:15
order to protect this country in order
32:18
to help make sure that the American
32:20
citizens were more safe that we would be
32:23
able to sleep at night with all of our
32:25
rights and freedoms and intact
32:28
if this national emergency had to happen
32:32
and and sure enough today just a just a
32:36
couple hours just a couple hours before
32:38
I wouldn’t live today it broke free the
32:42
the national emergency declaration has
32:45
come through so President Trump now has
32:47
another declaration of a national
32:50
emergency and and this one again just
32:53
brings me back to the point that the
32:55
national security at the national
32:57
emergencies act of 1973 needs to be
33:00
destroyed it needs to be abolished it
33:02
needs to be ripped out because the
33:04
entire premise of this the premise the
33:06
intent of this national emergency is to
33:09
say look Iran’s tensions are growing
33:12
we’ve got some concerns there the people
33:14
of Iran don’t want to fight with us the
33:15
American people don’t want to fight with
33:16
them nobody wants to fight with each
33:17
other but the governments are saying hmm
33:20
can we do it do we want to do it of
33:23
course you got john bolton in there and
33:25
the mustachio he’s saying look there’s
33:29
there’s brown people there and and I
33:31
like bombing brown people we toppled the
33:34
regime could we nation-build for the
33:36
rest of ever what can we do with Iran
33:38
I’ve got boots
33:40
I’ve got troops let’s put him on the
33:42
ground so far Trump has been kind of
33:47
wishy-washy on this but he’d nonetheless
33:49
with the Iran situation building up with
33:51
that boiling and simmering and
33:54
Trump saw a plan of action so he
33:59
executes the national emergency and a
34:01
part of this he is circumventing
34:03
Congress so he declared national
34:05
emergency for the tensions and with Iran
34:08
swept aside objections from Congress on
34:10
Friday to complete the sale of over
34:12
eight billion dollars worth of weapons
34:16
to Saudi Arabia United States of emergen
34:21
in Jordan so he’s bypassed congressional
34:25
review of major weapons sales which is
34:28
the precedent and as you guys know me I
34:29
don’t care much about precedents but
34:31
he’s bypassing Congress nonetheless and
34:34
this this is just one more time
34:39
this is just one more event this is one
34:42
more occurrence in which
34:45
the president is selling weapons of
34:49
actually I’ll pull them up I’ll give you
34:52
guys the specifics on these
34:57
so
35:01
you
35:04
so we are selling they include Raytheon
35:07
precision guided munitions P GM’s
35:10
support for Boeing Company at fifteen
35:12
aircraft and javelin anti-tank missiles
35:15
which are made by Raytheon and Lockheed
35:16
Martin corporation other companies will
35:18
benefit include General Electric now
35:20
General Electric now cleared to sell
35:23
engines for the use of the f-16 fighter
35:25
jets operated by the UAE and the US unit
35:29
of french firm sales which was clear to
35:32
sell a fusing system for pathway or
35:35
precision-guided bombs to Britain the
35:37
United States of Emirates
35:39
so with this with this what do we expect
35:44
whenever we give Saudi Arabia weapons
35:47
what did we expect whenever we give any
35:49
support military support to Saudi Arabia
35:52
what we should expect and what has been
35:54
happening since 2015 is that President
35:58
Trump is making these sales just the
36:00
same way Obama did and these weapons are
36:03
going to be utilized in order to help
36:05
push into advance and to continue the
36:08
genocide being attempted there in Yemen
36:13
this is the exact thing that Congress
36:16
had passed and trumpet vetoed his second
36:18
veto was to denounce what is going on
36:23
there in Yemen by Saudi Arabia to say no
36:27
we don’t continue to support this we get
36:29
out of supporting an attempted genocide
36:33
now there are many people out there that
36:35
believe that because of the petrodollar
36:37
because of familiarity and because of
36:40
our past relationships then we do not
36:43
get a stand on the ground of saying we
36:45
oh do not take part in terrorism or
36:47
attempted genocides now we cannot take
36:50
that stance because it would be
36:51
destructive to our economy because it be
36:53
destructive to our way of life and they
36:56
have bought into this notion that as
36:58
long as we have the petro dollar being
37:03
backed by the US dollar as long as we
37:05
have that there is nothing that we can
37:08
do against Saudi Arabia and so we openly
37:12
advocate and we openly call it a
37:15
national emergency in order to make the
37:17
sale of eight billion dollars worth of
37:20
weapons to be utilized in Yemen this is
37:22
disgusting this is where Trump goes
37:24
wrong right Trump campaigned on anti-war
37:27
rhetoric he campaigned on getting out of
37:30
these conflicts and and yet the dollar
37:33
speaks louder than the character speaks
37:36
louder than the virtues and so this is
37:38
one of those this is one of those events
37:41
where civil people will look at Trump
37:44
and say you are aiding and abetting
37:46
genocide you are a war criminal you are
37:50
a disgusting person for doing this and
37:52
they are not in the least bit wrong for
37:54
taking that stance the people that
37:57
justified the people that apologized the
38:00
people that try to figure out a way in
38:02
order to swindle this event in order to
38:04
say Trump’s not doing anything wrong
38:06
because oh Obama did this before oh
38:09
because the petrodollar because of the
38:11
economy no no you we should be a much
38:15
smarter country and be able to figure
38:19
out a way that we can stop supporting an
38:22
attempted genocide and if we really want
38:24
to keep that relationship open
38:26
then we should be able to work with them
38:27
in order to stop that but we we flop on
38:30
our backs lay belly-up and just go man
38:35
whatever happens happens as long as
38:38
we’re gonna make money off of this as
38:40
long as we can tariffs this as long as
38:41
we can get involved we can make our
38:43
money our businesses are happy who cares
38:46
how many little boys and girls are being
38:48
killed in schools and school buses
38:50
hospitals and who cares about the
38:53
humanitarian crisis let’s forget about
38:55
the sanctions that are being involved or
38:56
being imposed preventing humanitarian
38:58
aid food water and everything else being
39:00
provided let’s ignore all of that it
39:03
really does speak to somebody’s
39:05
character when this is something that
39:07
they can accept and I’ve been I’ve been
39:09
a a vowed a loud and vocal opponent to
39:14
be conflict between Saudi Arabia and
39:17
Yemen and I’m so I am so disgusted at
39:20
the fact that our government doesn’t
39:22
take the same side
39:26
all right now that I’ve been outraged
39:27
now that I’ve got the blood boiling now
39:29
that I’ve got you guys all built up
39:30
let’s go to a better side of the world
39:32
just north just a little ways north of
39:36
where we were just a second ago of a
39:37
Saudi Arabian Yemen
39:38
you have the Ukraine new Kane they just
39:42
elected a comedian somebody who was in
39:45
in the the Hollywood sector of Ukraine
39:50
somebody who gets in front of TV and he
39:52
was on one of the shows that he was on
39:55
he was actually was elected to the
39:57
President and he stirred up some some
40:01
good eyes from that and from that
40:03
publicity from that situation he
40:06
actually became the president of the
40:09
Ukraine and his first act I have to
40:12
applaud this man the first act of he
40:14
took while in office his first action
40:18
will be to dissolve Parliament
40:22
fulfilling a campaign promise zalinsky
40:25
announced the snap election to choose
40:27
new lawmakers government is not the
40:30
solution to our problem government is
40:32
the problem
40:33
Solinsky said in his inauguration speech
40:36
quoting Ronald Reagan another actor
40:38
turned president from his 1981 inaugural
40:41
address as zalenski
40:43
dismissed the supreme supreme Rada he
40:46
said the new national election will be
40:48
held in two months and that politicians
40:50
should use that time to prove their
40:52
worth he called on legislators to adopt
40:55
anti-corruption laws including measures
40:57
that would strip legislators of their
40:59
immunity from prosecution and increased
41:01
transparency this is what we need here
41:05
in this country we need somebody to step
41:07
up and say look let’s chop it all down
41:10
let’s uh let’s start impeaching mow
41:14
froze let’s start getting people out
41:16
that have been proven to be corrupt that
41:18
have been utilizing the taxpayer dollar
41:19
for for their own slush funds or their
41:23
own corrupt ideas that have been using
41:27
the office with great malice
41:30
and let’s actually make it to where
41:33
people have to show their worth
41:38
a hard part about this of course is that
41:40
we have our election process is not
41:43
built up on who’s the best candidate our
41:47
election process is not built up on who
41:49
knows the most about this information
41:50
not about who follows the Constitution
41:53
not about anything other than popularity
41:56
contests and while we talk about
41:57
popularity contests yes there’s more
41:58
states that have signed onto the idea
42:00
that a national popular vote is more
42:02
important than their own States people
42:04
believe in Nevada was the last one this
42:06
week to join in they’re nearing that 200
42:09
mark 200 mark threshold once it gives us
42:12
that 270 that means that it will be a
42:14
national vote a national public vote so
42:16
it doesn’t matter what state you’re in
42:18
all about that public all about the
42:22
strict straight and narrow democracy so
42:26
with that though over there in the
42:28
Ukraine pop it out their old corruption
42:30
and bringing in new putting more more
42:34
regulation more control over the
42:36
government officials sounds like a great
42:38
idea it sounds like something we need to
42:40
implement here and certainly the
42:43
convention of states or commonly called
42:47
the con con
42:49
they recently here in South Carolina
42:53
created a big hubbub but that is
42:55
something that is being discussed about
42:57
within the convention the state’s
42:58
article 5 of the Constitution coming
43:00
together having the states basically add
43:03
amendments to the Constitution in order
43:04
to rein in the powers we will get I’m
43:08
sure that we will get much further into
43:09
that on Monday’s night’s show I think
43:12
though that would be a good topic to
43:13
really to really get involved with on
43:15
that one and I would love to hear your
43:17
guys input because we will go through
43:18
the actual specifics on that but
43:22
congratulations to the comedian for
43:25
getting elected to being president and
43:26
for taking a good stand against the
43:29
atrocities that is the government
43:35
hmm all right what about ISM is gonna
43:39
get us all killed bill burr 20 20 Maho
43:41
bill burr
43:42
good move Ukrainian elect as a comedian
43:44
who starred in a show about a common guy
43:46
who got elected to president amazing
43:49
it’s amazing what you could do I mean I
43:52
I mean if we look at if we look at
43:54
president drop rate it was just some guy
43:55
that got involved with a lot of
43:57
businesses because he would have a lot
43:58
of connections made wearing a couple TV
44:02
shows and then from there ran a couple
44:04
pageants and then from there became
44:07
president United States like the stories
44:08
that here are just I wonder what it is
44:11
about the 21st century
44:13
but I think that situations are getting
44:15
much more weird rather than normal and I
44:20
don’t know what normal is anymore right
44:23
though do we know what normal is what
44:26
what is gonna be normal for the 2020
44:28
what is gonna be normal for 2030 I
44:31
wonder I wonder who’s gonna top the
44:34
Trump because eventually is gonna happen
44:35
who’s gonna top Trump on the most
44:37
bombastic or the most outlandish thing
44:39
that just comes from behind and just
44:41
swings the election and you know just
44:44
leaves the media gassed over what
44:48
happened and just blow the minds of
44:50
pundits and everything else because that
44:52
was the same thing that happened here in
44:53
the Ukraine
44:56
just a crazy crazy store all right that
45:02
one covered that one covered up
45:04
all right
45:08
you guys know what a tariff is of course
45:10
you guys knew what the tariff is the
45:11
tariff is a tax on the consumer you the
45:13
consumer when Trump raises the taxes on
45:16
China that means that you the consumer
45:19
when you buy good whether it’s Chinese
45:22
goods you’re gonna pay that tariff or if
45:24
you buy from American now that they’re
45:27
more competitive you’re gonna spend more
45:29
in order to get the competitive rates of
45:32
the American product because it is more
45:34
expensive on on along the markets here
45:37
as a result from that right when you
45:40
have a lower supply because you cut off
45:42
some of the supply by artificially
45:46
infringing upon the market the commerce
45:48
and everything else through these
45:49
tariffs we can get into the to the
45:52
intent there in a minute but when you
45:54
get involved with that right you’re
45:56
reducing the supply and so therefore
45:58
natural supply and demand curves what
46:01
you’re gonna see is a higher cost what
46:06
happens from tariffs every time that
46:08
they’re implement is that smaller
46:09
businesses businesses that relied on
46:11
that trade that was was cheaper at that
46:14
point these businesses start getting
46:17
hurt they start getting affected right
46:19
you have businesses that closed down
46:20
it’s the same thing as when we raise
46:22
minimum wages same things when you raise
46:24
what the benefits required by the
46:28
employer to the employee happen there
46:31
are just some company some some small
46:34
businesses that are just on that cusp of
46:36
making it or breaking it and it’s it’s
46:39
the final kick off the ledge it’s the
46:41
final final nail in the coffin for a lot
46:44
of these and so President Trump has been
46:47
doing Terra force he’s been doing tariff
46:49
Wars or he was doing them with Canada
46:51
with Mexico with the UK with I believe
46:55
with Germany and then and then China of
47:01
course China has been the big one the
47:03
intentions on this if you if you’re on
47:06
the side of Mogga if you’re the side on
47:07
the president the intentions of this is
47:09
that we’re gonna impose these tariffs
47:12
it’s going to hurt the Chinese market
47:14
enough to where the Chinese remove their
47:16
tariffs and then America will remove
47:18
theirs
47:21
and so understanding what the tariff is
47:24
understanding the basis behind this I
47:26
mean trying to raise his tariffs or I’m
47:28
sorry
47:29
initially president Trump raised tariffs
47:30
trying to raise tariffs Trump raised
47:32
tariffs China wait raised tariffs that’s
47:34
really complicated to say and and as a
47:37
result what this is is the American
47:40
government punched their people in the
47:41
face Chinese government punched their
47:43
people in the face and you just had this
47:45
punching match we’re just the consumers
47:48
are just getting beaten to a pulp you
47:52
know our way of life has increased
47:54
because of the tariffs and the way that
47:56
they’ve been implemented that eventually
48:00
this is going to be the betterment now
48:05
in order to help these markets President
48:09
Trump is now done his second round I
48:12
believe this was only a second round his
48:14
second round of subsidies this he’s got
48:16
to subsidize those farmers he’s got to
48:18
help them out they’ve been negatively
48:20
affected by these tariff Wars by by by
48:25
too much and so here comes government to
48:28
solve the problem that government
48:29
created in order to help make sure that
48:32
people can thrive and survive and that
48:33
is by taking your money
48:34
so not only if they artificially taken
48:37
your money through the tariff but now
48:38
they’re gonna take more and they’re
48:39
gonna allocate money but they don’t have
48:41
to these farmers in order to help
48:43
provide and to protect you so this is
48:46
all with the best intentions axing
48:48
taxing and then taking more from you
48:51
I I don’t see a win on this this has
48:55
been one of those things that I’ve been
48:56
pretty adamant against the people on on
48:59
Twitter and on Facebook because we’re
49:01
following me there
49:02
I’m mr. beard of truth on Twitter
49:03
Facebook you guys can just find me Jason
49:06
buying
49:09
it there’s there’s just no it’s just
49:12
nonsense to believe that these tariffs
49:15
that these tariff Wars are gonna end
49:18
with different results than all the
49:19
other tariff wars in the in the history
49:21
of ever and and so the pushback is
49:26
always what do we do to stop these
49:28
tariffs Wars what do we do instead of
49:30
these tariff oars how do we solve it
49:31
well there’s there’s many issues that it
49:33
comes with China and China is not only
49:36
have they been and found guilty of
49:40
currency manipulation not only are they
49:43
stealing intellectual property not only
49:46
are they subsidizing some of their
49:49
markets in order to make their their
49:51
sales be more sought after by other
49:57
markets or other countries they there’s
50:00
there’s a bunch of things there and
50:02
certainly these are all issues they’re
50:03
all issues because it’s government
50:05
involvement it’s you know it’s bad
50:07
contracts being written contracts not
50:09
being followed through sunlight is the
50:12
best disinfectant and so we push this we
50:15
allow this to go and and we say hey hey
50:18
if you guys want to do business with
50:20
China you may not be able to get your
50:22
product back and you may have your your
50:25
product stolen from you right they may
50:27
steal your intellectual property they
50:29
may be able to replicate it they may
50:30
provide it at a lower rate and you may
50:32
be helping out with your competition if
50:35
you decide to go that way if something
50:37
is subsidized right you go hey look
50:40
they’re they’re propping up this to
50:43
where it’s more more beneficial for you
50:45
to buy from them you’re gonna save money
50:47
we can help out the small guys but the
50:49
big guys you know you can you can try to
50:50
encourage them other ways without doing
50:52
the force of going through these tariffs
50:54
and causing more problems in this
50:56
country but but then apart from that
51:00
right I don’t think that it’s and I
51:03
understand that the constitutionality of
51:04
tariffs is how the government was
51:06
supposed to make their money but it was
51:08
not supposed to be in the way that they
51:10
utilized tariffs in order to control the
51:12
market it was all it was it was set up
51:16
in the way that they’ve always were
51:17
utilized in the in the very beginning
51:19
was to fund for
51:22
a small amount of whatever it is that
51:25
the government was spending right it was
51:26
to in order to help balance the budget
51:27
they would utilize tariffs whiskey
51:31
whiskey travelers or whiskey sellers
51:33
where the first wants to be tariffed in
51:34
this country and and so we’ve gone away
51:37
from that we’ve gone away from
51:39
principles we’ve gone away from from a
51:40
lot of the good ethics of what a
51:43
government was supposed to do and I
51:45
think that this is once again one of
51:46
those times where the intentions may be
51:48
pure the intentions may be good but when
51:51
you look at actual involvement from the
51:54
government it’s not about the intentions
51:56
about the actual outcome and I don’t I
51:58
don’t see this being more beneficial for
52:00
the American people and I this is one of
52:03
those things where I really do genuinely
52:04
hope that I’m wrong
52:08
alright great leader put tariffs on them
52:11
Chinese’s that will show them call me
52:14
freeloaders wait why is my beer koozie
52:16
ten bucks now exactly exactly
52:19
all right while we’re talking about
52:27
some things that I hope on that I’m
52:29
wrong on
52:31
julian assange it’s when Julian Assange
52:35
was picked up when he was
52:39
handedly removed from the Ecuadorian
52:42
Embassy I made a comment very quickly
52:49
to make it known exactly what my
52:51
thoughts and my intentions are
52:58
and
53:00
my the basic premise of what I said was
53:03
Julian Assange will either be executed
53:06
or he will rot in a prison cell for the
53:08
rest of his life
53:11
all right hold on before we get further
53:13
into that I do want to read spikes
53:15
comments because spike is always on
53:16
point with whenever he talks about
53:17
economics we’ll talk about salmon later
53:21
tariffs are the belief oddly enough
53:23
among Republicans that government should
53:25
raise taxes on us to come at income
53:28
inequality yep
53:29
US manufacturing and exports are at an
53:32
all-time high but the pro tariff people
53:34
are mad that China’s exports are going
53:36
up faster this is like when progressives
53:38
get mad that Jeff Bezos is getting rich
53:40
faster than most yeah I mean there’s
53:43
there’s really not much economic
53:47
follow through or thought through when
53:50
it comes to most portions of economic
53:54
um certainly it’s back to Julian Assange
53:56
so I made it very clear that he was
53:58
either a gonna rotten cell for the rest
54:00
of his life or he was going to be
54:02
executed
54:04
he is now being indicted on 17 charges
54:07
with each one of those charges doing up
54:10
to 10 years acts each one of those so
54:13
we’re looking at two up to 170 charges
54:16
and one of those charges happens to be
54:17
espionage now this would be the first
54:20
time the first time then a non
54:22
government agent non-government entity a
54:25
non-government personnel for the United
54:28
States American government would be
54:30
having the Espionage Act being pushed
54:33
against him now of course all right
54:35
going through Julian Assange is history
54:37
the founder of WikiLeaks big may bring
54:40
big brain behind the WikiLeaks he is
54:45
notorious for taking information that
54:50
puts the eggs on the faces of all the
54:53
government’s out there if you do
54:55
something wrong Julian Assange wants to
54:56
get it and he wants to expose you
55:00
and when it comes to this
55:02
when it comes to this whole entire
55:04
situation
55:07
julian assange
55:10
if you read the First Amendment of the
55:12
American Constitution the US
55:14
Constitution says the Free Press
55:18
the entire intent the tenor of the First
55:21
Amendment the free press portion of it
55:23
was that if somebody was speaking ill of
55:27
the government
55:30
you could not
55:32
hold them accountable that we the people
55:36
are rights to speak about the government
55:40
are is much more important than the
55:42
government’s feelings getting her for
55:44
having truth being spread about
55:49
and to go after Julian Assange for what
55:53
he did it truly is an attack on
55:56
journalism it truly is an attack on the
55:58
First Amendment
55:59
now the journalism claim that’s that’s
56:01
something that we see from a lot of the
56:03
the big government lovers on the right
56:07
or on the left and they say Julian
56:09
Assange was not a journalist he was not
56:12
a journalist and therefore the First
56:13
Amendment does not apply but when you
56:16
look at the intent of the First
56:18
Amendment when you look at the way that
56:19
it’s it’s it’s structured and the entire
56:21
premise of the bill of rights this is
56:23
the Bill of Rights does not be afforded
56:26
to only the militia that it’s not
56:29
afforded to just the bankers not just
56:31
the journalists it’s it’s for anyone and
56:35
everyone
56:38
the entire premise of the Bill of Rights
56:39
was a prevention of the government from
56:43
being able to have friends upon the
56:45
people a notice that I won’t say the
56:47
citizens notice I don’t say the illegals
56:50
I don’t say any of that but the people
56:52
the judicial system and the way that
56:54
they structure in the laws that they
56:56
were supposed to create we’re supposed
56:58
to be prevent it to be restrained or
57:02
constrained to just what was enumerated
57:06
within the Constitution and to go no
57:08
further so Julian Assange he’s not a
57:12
journalist doesn’t matter when when
57:15
people push that what they’re saying is
57:17
is that they would rather silence they
57:19
would rather have it to where you can’t
57:21
say things that criticize or that open
57:28
the transparency of the atrocities being
57:31
committed by the government and you
57:34
shouldn’t be able to do that because the
57:35
government has determined they knew or
57:38
others are incapable or not supposed to
57:41
be able to see the information that is
57:43
so damning about them and so I wanted
57:48
Manning is still sitting in jail now to
57:50
for not for not going in front of the
57:54
grand jury in order to testify against
57:56
Julian Assange this situation is just so
58:00
incredibly grotesque in
58:04
it’s at a time where Donald Trump just
58:06
tweeted last week that he was in fan of
58:08
the First Amendment that he was a an
58:10
advocate for it in that you know these
58:13
social media companies are silencing the
58:15
First Amendment and it’s just like there
58:17
really is a tweet for everything when it
58:19
comes to Trump and this is one of those
58:21
events where President Trump needs to
58:24
come out in Arden Julian Assange the big
58:29
portions of when people have actual
58:33
criticisms of Julian Assange so when he
58:36
was working with Manning at the time
58:38
Bradley Manning now Chelsea Manning when
58:41
he was working with Manning in order to
58:43
collect the information he had to help
58:44
Manning back into by utilizing Linux
58:50
hack into a military intelligence
58:52
computer in order to extract the
58:54
information that was one point in which
58:56
people were saying that’s not okay
58:58
that’s not accessible or that’s not
59:00
acceptable that’s something that we can
59:03
dispute
59:04
the other portion is the fact that once
59:07
the information was released there were
59:09
innocent people that had their
59:12
information provided and so that put
59:14
them at risk as well as it released
59:19
movements as well as positions of some
59:22
some military personnel and equipment
59:25
both of those things are attic ly wrong
59:29
and agree on that but the problem
59:34
becomes that no one’s life was
59:38
negatively altered by this no one’s
59:42
actual physical being no one was killed
59:44
no one was harmed no one was hurt the
59:47
only thing that was heard were the
59:49
feelings of the government
59:57
so Bill of Rights for Americans it’s our
60:00
rights Assange is not America now
60:02
obviously don’t agree with him facing
60:04
death penalty the Bill of Rights was
60:07
ruled by SCOTUS to be universally
60:09
lickable
60:10
absolutely Wow okay well that makes my
60:11
football sorry for reading it but no you
60:16
you asked a good question right there
60:18
there’s many
60:22
I would rather you ask the question
60:23
because there may be other people that
60:24
have that same questions the Bill of
60:25
Rights purports that acknowledgement of
60:27
Rights that all people are endowed by
60:28
their creator has purred the declaration
60:30
of intent from violating them though
60:34
exactly and like I said we’ll get into
60:37
the convention of states on Monday well
60:39
we’ll talk a little bit more about that
60:42
so with this really there’s those two
60:46
points right the way that the
60:48
information was collected and the
60:49
information was distributed without
60:51
redacting and a simpie the first one
60:59
I’m torn on I’m genuinely torn on is it
61:02
worth 170 years absolutely not the
61:05
second one is potentially there could
61:08
have been bad things right this this
61:10
goes back to the Las Vegas shooting
61:13
right when Hillary Clinton goes imagine
61:15
he fiat a suppressor as if suppressors
61:17
really make it quieter right but but
61:19
when you go well potentially there could
61:21
have been more damage done right then
61:23
you’re just trying to justify a more
61:25
harsh punishment rather than the actual
61:27
act and and the results of those acts
61:29
and the way that they they happened and
61:33
occurred
61:34
oh good old Spooner so julian assange up
61:40
to a hundred seventy years President
61:43
Trump says he supports the First
61:44
Amendment but we have not seen the
61:46
pardon yet so we will see we will see if
61:49
President Trump really does support the
61:50
First Amendment or if he would rather
61:52
hide up and cover the atrocities of the
61:55
government by setting a precedent that
61:57
you shall not speak against the
62:00
government less want to be we progress
62:05
on to more president Trump news
62:07
president Trump made a strong bold move
62:11
when it comes to Democrats so earlier in
62:13
this week they the Democrats wanted to
62:16
sit down and talk about infrastructure
62:18
but before they could do that Nancy
62:20
Pelosi had to suck on her teeth in front
62:22
of the media she had to say that because
62:24
of the investigation the Mueller
62:27
investigation did provide them with the
62:28
results that they wanted to because
62:30
Trump has not rolled over and just
62:33
resigned because they cannot go through
62:37
the impeachment process because it would
62:38
be destructive to the parties and to
62:40
America because there’s nothing that
62:43
they can do
62:47
that President Trump must have been
62:49
doing a cover-up President Trump is
62:51
doing a cover-up by releasing more
62:54
information that it was required to him
62:56
never utilizing presidential privilege
62:58
in order to classify information and
63:01
prevent even Robert Mueller from seeing
63:04
it himself the man who was extremely
63:08
transparent during this entire
63:10
investigation the 22 month investigation
63:13
that found out that President Trump did
63:16
not collude with the Russians he is now
63:20
being charged with covering it up
63:25
so so she says this and then they go to
63:29
sit down Nancy Pelosi Chuck Schumer and
63:34
President Trump
63:36
she’s spry for for all sit down to talk
63:40
about infrastructure and president Trump
63:42
sits down says you guys got two choices
63:45
you can’t go down two paths you can’t
63:48
trust you to walk and chew bubble gum we
63:50
can’t trust you two to be honest and
63:53
uphold your oaths
63:55
we can’t trust you as far as we can
63:58
throw your dentures Nancy Pelosi and
64:00
nobody’s picking those things up
64:03
so you’re either gonna have to choose
64:06
between this infrastructure bill which I
64:09
have I President Trump have endorsed and
64:12
advocated for two trillion dollars of
64:14
money that we don’t have to be spent to
64:17
fix the roads because my roads arguments
64:20
are not doing so well across this
64:22
country because when the roads aren’t
64:24
doing well and the people who claim my
64:26
roads point at the roads and people say
64:29
yeah they’re crappy Domino’s is taking
64:31
care of them better than the government
64:33
then we lose supporters of who we are so
64:37
two trillion dollars sounds like a good
64:38
time sounds like a good deal if you you
64:41
want to make that deal if you want to
64:44
make that deal and you have quit these
64:49
investigations you have to stop you got
64:51
to stop going down these rabbit holes
64:53
we’ve been through multiple
64:54
investigations you guys have found
64:56
nothing
64:57
I’ve been transparent I’ve been helpful
64:58
and for you to come up and accuse me of
65:02
covering up
65:04
huh you’re gonna have to end these now
65:06
and these now and you can have your two
65:08
trillion dollars if not we’re walking
65:11
away and walk away he did and so Nancy
65:14
Pelosi comes out and she’s like I don’t
65:15
understand why he was so upset I don’t
65:20
understand why he walked away I can’t
65:23
imagine him not being okay with me
65:28
making bombastic remarks about him so if
65:34
you guys want to give me a clue I’ll
65:36
take the clue but until that I know no
65:39
idea whatsoever just to show you how
65:42
stupid some of the Democrats can be
65:45
and and so beautiful see Nancy Pelosi
65:48
Nancy Pelosi for for the next two years
65:51
fantastic time there for the house we
65:53
will see if she maintains control in
65:56
2020 something that was pointed out to
65:58
me Republicans are not campaigning on
66:00
taking back the house maintaining the
66:02
Senate there hasn’t been really big a
66:04
hubbub
66:04
or Republicans out there nationwide
66:06
about being filled with vigor about
66:11
getting more control I think I’ve seen
66:15
more rhetoric coming from President
66:16
Trump than them from the Republican
66:19
members the Democrats are campaigning
66:22
hard right now and so there’s there’s
66:26
Republicans got to step up if they want
66:28
to they want to maintain what we talked
66:30
about maintaining
66:34
I’m gonna read the comment section real
66:36
quick and then we’ll move on
66:37
oh no don’t have much for it I’m dying
66:39
no mark don’t die and I know and that
66:44
was fomented
66:46
so today we had something that passed by
66:49
the teeth suck in Nancy Lucy they’re in
66:54
the house something that passed HR 5
66:57
this is called the Equality Act now what
67:01
is the Equality Act mean what is that
67:03
actually doing well it makes it to where
67:05
everybody is equal of course it means
67:07
that nobody can be discriminated against
67:10
what it used to be was you can be
67:12
discriminated by your nation of origin
67:13
you can be discriminated by your gender
67:16
you can be discriminated for your
67:18
religious preferences and and what the
67:21
Equality Act is doing is open opening
67:23
that up we got it we got a more people
67:26
out there than what falls into that
67:28
category and so two things that they
67:31
wanted to add the two different things
67:36
that they had to add was around sex and
67:39
that is including sexual orientation so
67:41
if you’re a gay you’re bi you’re
67:43
straight you’re asexual and you’re
67:46
pansexual you’re man so many different
67:50
titles there’s there’s literally more
67:52
sexual orientations than letters in the
67:55
LGBTQIA P or I I or a a I P 2 plus
68:03
I think I got that there’s more there’s
68:06
more sexual orientations than that so
68:07
they’re gonna have to expand that out
68:08
here soon so sexual orientation and then
68:11
gender identity gender identity
68:16
what does gender identity mean it means
68:18
that if you identify as a male you’re
68:20
male if you identify as a female you’re
68:22
a female does it require surgery of
68:23
course not does it require actual any
68:25
fundamental changes to you to your
68:27
biological being to your chromosomes to
68:30
your DNA structure to your sexual organs
68:33
to the clothing that you wear to
68:35
anything other than the fact that you
68:37
said that you identify a different way
68:38
no you just gotta identify that’s fine
68:41
that’s fine I have no problem with
68:43
transitioning you have no problem with
68:44
that with gender dysphoria I have no
68:46
problem people wanting to transition the
68:49
problem with this right is not that
68:52
they’re saying you can’t discriminate
68:54
because somebody is of different gender
68:57
than what they say was that this
68:58
actually is is a pointed argument in
69:01
order to basically make every single
69:06
woman record in any sporting event be
69:09
null and void and destroyed just just
69:12
demolish what we’ve seen in the news
69:14
lately around the country within the
69:17
last couple of months as we’ve seen a
69:19
transgender that’s male to female trans
69:23
people that are dominating in the
69:25
wrestling they’re dominating in MMA
69:27
they’re dominating and weightlifting
69:29
they’re dominating and sprinting they’re
69:31
dominating and hurdles they’re
69:32
dominating and javelin throw they’re
69:33
dominating and discus they’re dominating
69:35
and in every single category out there
69:38
because this may be news to some of us
69:41
and this may be may be common sense men
69:45
and women are very physically different
69:48
men tend to be a little bit stronger
69:51
tend to be a little bit faster tend to
69:54
be able to they tend to handle physical
69:58
interactions much differently than what
70:02
women do and as these men to female
70:07
trans people are getting involved in the
70:09
sporting events they’re just blowing out
70:11
the records they’re destroying them to
70:13
the
70:13
demolishing them in comparatively two
70:16
men they wouldn’t even be placing on the
70:18
podium
70:19
so this equality Act is actually is
70:22
making it to where we’ll be making it
70:24
swear in the schools and public schools
70:26
and all these events that you can’t say
70:29
look you got a tallywacker bro you got
70:33
to play with the boys you can’t you
70:36
can’t separate people based on what
70:38
their biological systems are but instead
70:42
you have to keep them by their gender
70:44
identity so
70:49
yeah the question is is where are the
70:51
feminists
70:54
where are the feminists on this topic
70:56
where where is it that women who stand
71:00
up and say women are different than men
71:03
that women are should be given equal
71:05
opportunities than men that should be
71:07
treated equally with men and that there
71:11
are differences between us and those so
71:13
therefore we’re okay with segregation
71:15
when it comes to sporting events or when
71:17
it comes to certain events we’re okay
71:19
with that
71:19
but when it comes to things that are not
71:21
gender specific where it’s not a
71:23
competition between two teams or
71:26
multiple entities then give me the same
71:31
opportunity where are those feminists
71:33
because right now they’re being silenced
71:35
because they’re on they’re typically on
71:37
the left and the left says you told the
71:39
lines and you have to accept this as as
71:41
somehow a much better situation I I used
71:45
to enjoy looking at sporting events I
71:47
used to enjoy that that was a big part
71:49
of my life growing up watching ESPN and
71:54
it really does feel like everything that
71:57
the left touches it ruins
72:00
because now that they’ve gotten so
72:01
involved and they’re so
72:05
there they’ve manipulated and destroyed
72:09
the sporting events with there’s no
72:13
reason to turn on the the women’s
72:17
basketball league there’s no there’s no
72:19
reason to pull on a lot of those cuz
72:22
it’s just not gonna be as entertaining
72:23
it’s gonna be a blowout by it by the
72:25
team of trans and everyone else is
72:28
screwed the women have been complaining
72:30
for years right whether it’s the the
72:33
girls soccer leagues whether it’s the
72:35
basketball whatever whatever sporting
72:37
event it has been in this country
72:39
they’ve been complaining if they’re not
72:40
paid as much as the men now of course
72:42
with the viewership with the
72:43
sponsorships and everything else
72:46
economically sound for them not to be
72:48
making the same one because supplying
72:50
them in but with this when you push this
72:54
Equality Act what you will see is the
72:57
women being paid even less because
72:59
there’s going to be less sponsorship
73:00
there’s gonna be less viewership and and
73:02
it’s only gonna be a bunch of virtue
73:03
signaling social justice warriors that
73:06
are gonna be pushing this notion that
73:08
this is making sports better
73:11
yeah
73:14
I’m completely completely disheartened
73:17
by this equality Act now as I said it
73:20
did pass the house but that it I don’t
73:23
expect it to pass the the Senate and I
73:26
don’t expect it to be passed or brought
73:29
to the President’s desk I think that
73:32
this is gonna be one of those that of
73:33
Mitch McConnell cocaine Mitch will be
73:36
popping into his pocket and leaving it
73:38
there for the pocket veto all right it’s
73:44
a shame that AOC might write to the
73:46
presidency by shaming cauliflower if you
73:50
guys missed that reference a was he had
73:52
a couple videos there was a couple
73:54
trolls and a couple real videos from AOC
73:57
one of the things was cauliflower all
74:00
flowers colonisation it’s racist
74:05
disgusting we need to bring foods from
74:07
Africa bring that and plant them here
74:11
and have them grow despite the fact that
74:13
the environmental differences despite
74:14
the fact that the the culture and and
74:17
everything else where these plants would
74:18
not be sustainable for the plants would
74:20
be much too cold up in the northern
74:21
areas where he wants to implement this
74:23
but having coneflowers racist alright
74:27
guys just racist it that stuff out of
74:29
here I’m the strongest woman in the
74:31
world well your dude so
74:36
second wave feminists are outraged about
74:38
biological males competing us females
74:40
third wave feminists or irate just
74:41
second wave feminists yes second wave
74:43
feminism and first wave feminism the
74:45
only two good famine waves of feminism
74:47
now that we’re in the fourth wave of
74:49
feminism which is mostly intimate or
74:52
internet based feminism it’s just
74:55
screeching painting and saying is this a
75:01
violation of women’s rights no that’s a
75:03
spoon is this one it’s a fork like stop
75:06
trying to find it third wave is pretty
75:08
bad fourth ways it’s just nonsense cool
75:10
it’s just like when you watch a movie
75:13
that’s got like a trilogy or four or
75:17
movies right you watch the first one
75:19
it’s pretty good you watch the second
75:20
one it’s like alright that’s competitive
75:23
with the first one it might be better it
75:24
might be worse for for whatever criteria
75:26
you give to the third one you’re like
75:28
you’re just trying way too hard now
75:29
you’re just really milking us that you
75:31
get the fourth one it’s just like
75:32
nobody’s paying attention aim
75:34
and I think that’s the best way of
75:37
breaking down the the different waves of
75:38
feminism it is just a four series of
75:41
movies and you know the fourth one is
75:43
not not worth it to be getting on too
75:49
hardly I should have grabbed the walk or
75:53
did but nonetheless all right I’m gonna
75:57
say the Justin Amash because we are we
75:59
were running a little bit long today I’m
76:02
gonna save the Justin Amash we’ll cover
76:04
that one on Monday there’s a lot to talk
76:06
about we got to talk about Justin Amash
76:07
and his stances his tweets he had two
76:10
big tweet storms both of those need to
76:12
get too dissected and torn apart and
76:14
then we’re also going to talk about Rand
76:17
Paul and other people within the Liberty
76:19
movement because their opinions are much
76:21
more important than Democrats
76:23
Republicans etc so we’ll cover all that
76:26
and then we’ll also of course cover
76:28
Trump and his views on this horse fits
76:32
into a tweet but we’ll cover all of that
76:34
on Monday along with the convention of
76:38
states so the last big thing that I
76:42
wanted to get into this has been the big
76:44
hub of this is what’s gotten everybody
76:46
extremely outraged and just so upset
76:50
feelings are heard around the country
76:52
over this Alabama this Missouri this
76:56
Ohio whatever state that is pushing
76:59
these
77:01
pro-life bills the cutting off at eight
77:04
weeks bills that has been stirring
77:07
spurring people up and making people
77:10
extremely upset for example here in
77:13
Missouri you guys are more than free to
77:15
call in as well I’ve got the phone call
77:17
line in call in line up eight zero two
77:22
six seven one five three to eight feel
77:24
free to call in guys while I’m covering
77:26
this you guys are more than welcome to
77:28
chime in with your thoughts your
77:30
opinions your views on the abortion
77:33
pro-life discussion the pro-choice
77:35
pro-life how that all is going to
77:38
interact but in the interim I will
77:40
continue on so the in Missouri today the
77:45
governor has signed in signed a bill
77:48
into effect this one is going to have an
77:50
eight week cutoff and this includes this
77:54
includes rape and incest so I’m going to
77:56
break down those two things okay
77:58
rape
78:01
rape is a horrible situation that’s
78:03
egregious it’s a
78:06
it’s something that you know I’m okay
78:09
with castrating I’m okay with with
78:11
taking the life of somebody who
78:12
violently rapes another after eight
78:16
weeks it takes if it takes you more than
78:19
eight weeks to go get a plan B bill
78:21
which is only effective for the first 20
78:23
or 48 to 72 hours if it takes you longer
78:26
than the 72 hours to get an abortion
78:29
after being raped I I don’t know why you
78:32
wouldn’t take that precaution
78:33
again with but you have eight weeks then
78:36
to get tested you’re raped I feel like
78:41
there’s a little bit of an incentive for
78:43
you to go
78:44
should I get checked out should I get
78:46
involved so there’s some personal
78:48
responsibilities there but they they say
78:51
after eight weeks even if you were raped
78:53
this is the cutoff point for incest the
78:56
same thing so if you’re gonna sleep with
78:58
your brother you’re causing your sister
78:59
you’re your father your mother your
79:00
grandma whoever it is right we’re
79:03
talking about Missouri here
79:06
you have eight weeks to nip that in the
79:08
bud as well hopefully hopefully those
79:11
are not mixed up where you’re having
79:13
incest rape but you know there’s a lot
79:17
of egregious things out there they they
79:19
cut it off at eight weeks and the
79:21
doctors will be facing criminal thermal
79:25
charges for going outside of those eight
79:28
weeks and this would be five to 15 years
79:30
in prison but the women the mothers who
79:33
would actually have the abortion minted
79:35
on their their fetus they would face no
79:38
time there would be also exceptions for
79:41
medical emergencies the risk of death or
79:44
permanent physical injuries to a major
79:45
bodily function of the pregnant woman
79:47
would be a justification or for a doctor
79:52
to perform an abortion on them so you
79:55
know there’s there’s gonna be a process
79:57
for that to to happen this has been one
80:00
of those big point of contention bills
80:03
this has been something that Republicans
80:06
look at it and they go well whether I
80:08
agree with their disagreed this is just
80:09
to push the issue on Roe vs. Wade
80:11
are we gonna be able to overturn Roe Roe
80:13
vs. Wade are we gonna get the Supreme
80:15
Court involved on this how is this gonna
80:17
go through we want to see this happen
80:19
and I think that once you get to that
80:20
point where you’re you kind of accept
80:22
anything and everything in order to push
80:24
that agenda push that narrative you’re
80:27
gonna have a lot of people disagree with
80:28
it I am the most pro-life person that
80:32
can be I believe life starts at
80:33
conception I’m very scientific when it
80:35
comes to that scientists say that it
80:37
starts at conception I agree with them
80:39
and I believe with them so at that point
80:43
it’s a life I don’t believe in in taking
80:46
the lives of others
80:47
I’m extremely pro-life I can’t be more
80:50
clear on this but when it comes to the
80:53
government this is where I get torn I
80:55
would much rather change the hearts and
80:58
minds of people I would rather change
81:00
society by by actually making it to
81:03
where people don’t want to have a board
81:05
let’s make the adoption process better
81:07
let’s make it to where the foster the
81:10
foster family process is much better and
81:13
you don’t have people like mrs. smalls
81:15
we referenced earlier killing
81:16
two-year-old because
81:18
uh her father was on those injecting the
81:22
marriage wanted people let’s fix that
81:25
process let’s fix that it’s a part of
81:27
our society let’s make it better let’s
81:30
actually reduce the incentive or than
81:32
necessity for abortions and let’s go
81:35
down that path the problem is the
81:38
problem when it comes to this is that
81:39
there’s so much ground that has to be
81:42
figured out to be handled and to be
81:46
controlled that it does seriously feel
81:51
as if it’s insurmountable is it’s not
81:54
something that we can just will our way
81:56
through and have these solutions but I
81:59
don’t think that sitting here idly by
82:03
wall while millions of people are being
82:05
killed millions of lives are being taken
82:07
by choices by decisions by convenience
82:10
or whatever the reason is that that’s
82:13
not a reason or either I think that
82:16
while that’s occurring that’s a good
82:18
enough reason for us to stand up and
82:19
fight against that we have to we have to
82:23
make this world a better place and and
82:24
sitting back and just pushing
82:26
legislation that’s going to cause people
82:28
to put themselves in more harm caused
82:31
people to flee the states that they live
82:33
in to cause people to fear for their
82:37
lives their jobs their their careers and
82:40
everything else it really does seem in
82:42
my opinion to go further than what
82:46
should be expected
82:51
we have to start changing the hearts and
82:53
minds and changing the laws it’s just a
82:57
way to create a bigger divide we’ve seen
82:59
this time and time again when the left
83:00
pushes their laws and so on this one I
83:02
really genuinely am not a fan of it I
83:06
understand the intent I and understand
83:08
the purpose of it it just you guys know
83:11
me but with that it’s
83:16
I really would like to see Roe versus
83:19
Wade be turned away
83:21
I would like to prefer to be turned away
83:23
and in the sense that the point of
83:27
viability which wildly changes which
83:31
Berry’s based on where you’re at at that
83:33
very moment because if you’re in the
83:36
middle of the woods of Alaska the point
83:39
of viability is basically after like six
83:42
months right it’s after seven months and
83:44
it’s in the third trimester but then you
83:47
have more technological advanced areas
83:51
some of the bigger cities where the
83:55
point of viability there is actually
83:58
reduced down into the fifth month and so
84:01
you have that very of point of viability
84:03
and so I don’t think that necessarily
84:05
the point of viability needs to be a
84:07
point of contention when portions should
84:11
be allowed or should be legal and you
84:13
can leave that up to the states you can
84:14
allow that that decision because it’s
84:18
not a constitutional thing to be pushed
84:20
back down to the states allow the states
84:22
to make their own decisions and if the
84:23
state’s want to throw a big hubbub
84:25
because another state made the decision
84:27
they didn’t agree with well it’s not
84:28
your state fuck it up buttercup
84:32
we can we can start we can start
84:34
migrating as a country allow for some
84:37
states to be more free and allow some
84:38
states to be more worried about climate
84:42
change we can have some states more
84:43
worried about Medicare Medicaid Social
84:45
Security welfare etc etc where you can
84:48
have some states are more worried about
84:49
immigration you can have states that are
84:51
just completely open borders and don’t
84:53
want people leaving you can have these
84:56
different experiments you can allow them
84:58
to survive and to do as they want and
85:00
and when they crumble when they fall if
85:03
the government’s not there propping up
85:07
one at the destruction of another then
85:10
you live your own destiny and the thing
85:14
that that would be a much better way I
85:15
think that was certainly within the the
85:17
intent of when the Constitution wasn’t
85:20
was ratified and put into effect and and
85:25
we’ve gone so far away from that so push
85:28
the Roe versus Wade push it down into
85:29
the Tenth Amendment and say look it’s
85:31
not a constitutional thing it’s not
85:33
there let the state’s decide and then we
85:36
can have our pro-life pro-choice amongst
85:39
our states giving your states more
85:40
authority giving them more power and
85:44
where you have more control over your
85:46
states
85:48
it’s better if you’re if you’re a
85:50
federalist
85:53
it’s much better that way
85:55
um what we’re talking about this Alabama
85:58
who really stirred the pot really caused
86:01
the big controversy the Alabama one that
86:04
passed last week that spurred up all of
86:08
the Twitter hate that spurred up all of
86:10
the Facebook postings and friendships
86:12
being divided and families being split
86:15
up and dogs getting kicked and puppies
86:18
getting punched
86:23
Alabama passed their their abortion
86:26
anti-abortion bill as it’s been labeled
86:28
and so over there in Colorado Democratic
86:33
Secretary of State Jenna Griswold was
86:37
going to condemn Alabama and so she was
86:42
writing a travel ban preventing anyone
86:45
from using public public money were
86:48
public services from traveling from from
86:52
Colorado to Alabama because of these
86:55
this bill she wanted to write a nice and
87:00
well-written well articulated something
87:03
that’s gonna hit home and so what she
87:06
did was she had one of her staffers
87:08
reach out to Planned Parenthood
87:12
reaching out to Planned Parenthood she
87:14
had an agenda
87:21
no um she had the agenda that she wanted
87:24
to make the biggest impact that she
87:26
could so she wrote a first draft gave it
87:29
to Planned Parenthood Planned Parenthood
87:31
took it and said look you have right to
87:34
choose in here that’s good to take that
87:36
out that doesn’t pull very well that
87:37
doesn’t get people excited that doesn’t
87:39
get people and so Planned Parenthood is
87:41
able to manipulate and control the way
87:44
that the government passes out the
87:47
letter passes out information to the
87:49
public and if we just take it for what
87:54
it is a company that is being provided
87:59
money by the public by the federal
88:04
government by state governments is able
88:07
to help right messaging to spur up as
88:11
much emotion as possible involving this
88:15
abortion stuff
88:18
that’s discussing right those on the
88:20
Left who oppose the NRA and I’m right
88:22
there with you opposing all right
88:24
they’re negotiating our rights away
88:27
um if the NRA was was being utilized
88:33
when somebody reached out to the NRA in
88:37
order to write pro-gun announcements
88:40
memos discussions or condom nations
88:44
you would still be hearing the left
88:47
screeching about it years later but for
88:50
some reason whenever you’re gonna
88:51
utilize Planned Parenthood that’s fine
88:54
we don’t hold the same standard I think
88:57
that there’s a fundamental issue there
88:59
where the we already know that the
89:02
government backs supports and is
89:07
flexible when it comes to big
89:09
corporations and ending over to help
89:12
make sure that they keep their
89:14
competitors down and make sure that they
89:16
can continue to be successful in
89:20
everything else this is just another
89:22
instance where they are doing exactly
89:24
just that
89:26
it also is of interest that Jenna has
89:29
received eleven hundred and fifty
89:31
dollars from Emily’s list which is a
89:32
nationwide organization that is all
89:35
about pro-abortion and a thousand
89:39
dollars from Planned Parenthood so there
89:41
is some transactions going both ways
89:43
from Planned Parenthood
89:46
left who is against
89:50
everything that is involved with
89:51
corporatism and corruption they were
89:55
okay with this because it goes along
89:57
with their agenda it just truly is
90:00
remarkable just of how quick and how
90:05
easy it is to get them to forgo any
90:09
value whatsoever
90:16
just disgusting stuff there but with
90:18
that the I wanted a woman I we went into
90:23
the basis behind the abortion and the
90:25
basis behind the legislation and
90:27
everything
90:32
the more that I’ve gotten involved with
90:34
it now was I was pretty pro-choice I was
90:38
fairly pro-choice just a matter of two
90:42
years ago three years ago maybe
90:46
now that I’ve like thought everything
90:49
through and as a secular argument for
90:53
pro-life life should be protected and
90:56
certainly if a government is to exist
90:58
then the government should be there
91:00
protecting the life it protects life
91:02
liberty and pursuit of happiness or
91:03
property that would be one of the roles
91:08
is to prevent abortions from happening
91:10
as it is life as I said scientifically
91:12
annotated
91:15
but the arguments for pro-choice
91:19
I’m struggling to find somebody out
91:23
there that is actually going to have a
91:25
rational discussion
91:29
about the matter and be in favor of the
91:33
abortions I’ve been struggling to find
91:36
that in in the common the common things
91:39
that come from the the anti-life or the
91:43
pro-choice side or the pro-abortion side
91:45
a lot of these things are built upon
91:48
misandry they’re built up on
91:52
being ambiguous as to when life begins
91:55
or saying that it’s just a clump of
91:57
cells it’s not a human quick put a
92:01
couple ways to debunk that it’s not a
92:03
human is it a dog is it a cat it’s it’s
92:08
a human it’s a part of the development
92:10
of life it’s a normal process it is it
92:13
is a human well it’s not a life why
92:15
isn’t in life well because it has gone
92:17
out of the magical connector that the
92:19
magical vaginal canal because it doesn’t
92:21
have a heartbeat because it doesn’t have
92:23
a brain because it doesn’t have memories
92:24
because it doesn’t have consciousness
92:26
because it doesn’t have et cetera et
92:29
cetera
92:31
if it doesn’t have a heart and if it
92:33
doesn’t if it can’t beat its own heart
92:34
people with pacemakers they also don’t
92:37
how hard can you stab them in the chest
92:39
though because they have consciousness
92:41
okay consciousness so you have somebody
92:43
who has a pacemaker that’s in a coma can
92:45
I stab him in the chest no cuz he he had
92:48
memories or he has memories well he does
92:50
he has been able to obtain them at that
92:52
time all of these arguments you can you
92:56
can take all the standards of what the
92:58
pro-choice says or pro-choice arguments
93:01
you can apply them to somebody who post
93:04
going out of the Dajjal canal and you
93:06
can find somebody and you can go can I
93:08
stab them in the chest and sure enough
93:11
they’re never okay with it they were
93:14
never okay with it I think I’ve had one
93:16
person he was like yeah I don’t care I’m
93:19
Pro death I was like I appreciate you
93:21
for your honesty but that’s
93:24
yeah
93:26
ah I would love I would love for if if
93:32
you’re listening this on replay or if
93:35
you’re listening this on the podcast if
93:37
you found somebody that you think gives
93:39
a really good pro-choice argument very
93:42
intellectually and logically sound
93:45
argument for this please do reach out to
93:48
me I would love to have a conversation
93:49
with them or share out their information
93:51
challenge my own views I think that
93:55
would be beneficial in the long run I
93:57
mean I’m here to challenge I’m here to
93:58
be challenged and I want to challenge
94:01
you guys on things that we may disagree
94:02
with and that’s the entire purpose of
94:05
this right to change the world by
94:07
challenging the norm that status quote
94:09
changing your status quo changing your
94:12
normal and so I hope that with time
94:14
we’re able to continue to do that but
94:18
with that guys I’m gonna wrap up the
94:20
show it is Friday night which means that
94:23
we are wrapping up the show or the
94:25
entire week but we will be back on
94:28
Monday night with me miss murk of the
94:30
bearded truth and then we’ll talk about
94:32
the convention the States and we’ll talk
94:34
about Justin Amash and that tweet storm
94:35
or at those tweet storms but then on
94:38
Tuesday night you got money waters of
94:40
freedom with spike and Matt Wednesday
94:42
night you’ve got spike Cohen running the
94:47
my fellow Americans Thursday night Matt
94:50
Wright with the writer’s block they both
94:52
will have wonderful guest on and so
94:54
it’ll be a show you don’t want to miss
94:56
and then of course wrapping up the the
94:58
week next Friday with myself but with
95:01
that guys I’m gonna let you guys go
95:02
thank you guys for for bearing with me
95:04
through the through the episode
95:06
hopefully hopefully you guys got some
95:08
new information out there you got some
95:09
new points of view I will see you guys
95:13
on Monday night 7 p.m. Eastern I am
95:15
mister merica the bearded truth Jason
95:17
Lyon do not drink a driver ride with
95:18
those do your family friends who care
95:20
about you and love you deeply they want
95:22
you guys to get back safe and sound so
95:23
I’ll see you guys see you guys Monday
95:27
night have a good one stay safe and
95:29
don’t get banned on Facebook Mike
95:40
you
95:47
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Jason Lyon
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Jason Lyon - USN Submarine Vet -Minarchist/Constitutionalist - #Liberty advocate - Principles over party - Constitution over Idolatry