Mr Bearded Truth 19 – Everyone is equal, some are more equal than others.

Mr. 'Murica: The Bearded Truth


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Jason breaks down the Justin Amash situation. Robert Mueller holds his second public press conference. We “touch” on the Joe Biden’s broken oath.


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was an abrupt quick of ending of the
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music wasn’t it sorry about that guys
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well nonetheless welcome in everyone my
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name is mr. merica the beard of truth
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Jason Lyon thank you guys all for being
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here it’s been a week it’s been a week I
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suck I suck I know I’m only human I’ve
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had quite the absence lately and I
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apologize for that but but there’s still
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some shame that needs to be spread over
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to you guys because while we’ve been
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while I’ve been sitting here for the
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last two two months with some
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insufferable back pain none of y’all
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absolutely none of y’all we’re reaching
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out to me going hey man well you just go
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see a chiropractor again get a couple
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quick manipulations and you’re gonna
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feel brand new the next day so that’s
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what I did yesterday and and boy can I I
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can feel the juices flowing whether it’s
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it’s whether the juices are the blood
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flowing through my back to down my legs
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I’m feeling good or whether it is just
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the brain flowing much much better now I
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would say than it has been in the recent
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past so welcome in everybody and welcome
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in Sandra how are you doing today thank
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you guys all for being here once again
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and thank you to muddy waters media for
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allowing me to have a platform to reach
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out to you guys to give you my views my
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opinions and my perspective on the
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politics and social issue issues going
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on in this country and around the world
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if this is your first time here I am
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your neighborhood friendly libertarian
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bringing these topics and bring it back
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to the individual bring it back to
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transparency and control of a small and
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limited government as I say so
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it’s welcome in dr. gonzo woohoo we got
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we got a special guest in the room so I
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want to talk to you guys today I promise
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you guys from last Friday that we would
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be talking a little bit about the
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convention of states here in South
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Carolina that blew open some headlines
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and some controversy here um so I want
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to talk about a convention of states
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we’re also gonna be talking about Justin
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Amash Justin Amash if you guys don’t
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remember from all the way back from last
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week he’s he spun up the world got
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Democrats excited about him Republicans
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hated him and it was all because of
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tweets involving the robert mueller
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investigation so we got to get into that
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a little bit and of course robert
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mueller finally came out second time
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talking to the to the people that’s
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becoming special counsel and so we got a
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we got a break through that and cover
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that big story and then i have two two
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stories that people might want to
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disassociate themselves from yes yes
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spike owen the beard the beard is back
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and I must say the beard looks better
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this week than it did last week I’m
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excited for that so two stories that
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people would want to disassociate
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themselves with the first one I want to
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say is Joe Biden makes history because
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Joe Biden does what Joe Biden does and
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after he says hey guys I’m gonna I’m
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gonna respect the women I’m gonna
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respect women their personal spaces I’m
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not gonna get all up in their their
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grill I’m not gonna be touching them you
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don’t have to worry about me because I’m
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Joe Biden I’m a man of my word well Joe
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Biden told a ten year old girl that
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she’s good-looking it touched her
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shoulders a month after vowing to
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respect women spaces movie boy Joe Biden
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he really knows how to touch some girls
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he really touches them way too often
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it’s just sick why why is he why is it
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leading why is he in the front right now
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Democrats you really need to look at
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this are you really gonna take on a man
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that just says nah right after the me to
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movement it’s okay I could still I could
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still go and talk to a little
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ten-year-old girls and be like what’s up
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good-lookin
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former Vice President Joe Biden is
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facing criticism after telling a
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ten-year-old girl she’s good-looking and
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placing his hands on her shoulders
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roughly a month after pledging to make
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more of an effort to respect women
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spaces at a rally for his 2020 campaign
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in Houston on Tuesday night he just
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needed a touch of good luck the girl
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asked Biden a question about divided
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state of the country and you know what’s
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really good about dividing the people is
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having people touch though girls Biden
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in response touched on the nation’s
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immigrants heritage I love your response
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touched on it before saying I’ll bet
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you’re as bright as you are good lucky
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hmm what a charmer that Joe Biden is
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whoo girls Jill Biden don’t worry
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whether he’s married or single at the
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time he’s trying he’s still trying to
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pick you up don’t worry just accepted it
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was the vice president of Obama you want
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some change here you go here’s Joe Biden
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lead in the polls Democrats what are you
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doing look at yourselves look at
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yourselves the girl then told the former
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vice president her favorite subject is
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journalism and they took her to the back
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of the room of the press area placed his
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hands on her shoulders at one hmm you
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know how those politicians you know the
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government is always trying to touch in
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on the on the journalists they’re always
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trying to you know get the special touch
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and Joe Biden continuing on down that
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continue on down that path Joe Biden the
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only person shooting themselves in the
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foot is you right now I know you want to
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spin this on Trump and all the ways you
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want spend this on other Democrats but
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you haven’t really been doing a despite
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the fact that there’s 23 other
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candidates out there but Joe Biden
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really yeah just tie your hands to your
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side just just walk out hogtied up and
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just do your speech and then walk out
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you might not bode well for you the
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second one is a bit more serious the
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second story and and it has to be done
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because I’m a man of principle I’m a man
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of not taking a party more I there’s no
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party out there that’s involuntary oasiz
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‘m and certainly no person is
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invulnerable to those and so there’s a
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nasty individual that we’re gonna be
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covering here in a second but within his
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name within his weight not his name but
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with how he affiliates himself he does
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tie himself to libertarianism and so I
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want to take a moment in interest part
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Nathan Larson a 37 year old accountant
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from Charlottesville Virginia is running
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for Congress as an independent candidate
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in his native state he is also a
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pedophile as he admitted to HuffPost on
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Thursday who is bragged in website posts
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about raping his late ex-wife it’s
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people like this people like Nathan
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Larson that not only destroy what it is
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to be a libertarian because
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libertine right somebody who doesn’t
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have morals on anything somebody who
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doesn’t value others but they they value
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their own ideals over over everyone and
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anyone and willing to violate the
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non-aggression principle willing to
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aggress upon others or willing to do
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things that are just fucked it such as
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what what he’s bragged about and what
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he’s spoken about and
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ledged
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these are things that are not based in
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libertarianism does these are not based
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on the Libertarian Party these are
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things that disgusting people are unfit
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to really unfit to live in a civilized
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society I’m not saying the tax society
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I’m saying in actual civilized society
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the there’s no these people don’t belong
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the way that this individual has labeled
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himself is as a quasi Neo reactionary
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libertarian and and certainly I think
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that the entire thing is dishonest
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because his political party is
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I mean if he wants to label himself as a
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libertarian the libertarian party has
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already disavowed him and will not
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support him they will be voting Noda if
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he runs for their their further ticket
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but nonetheless I wanted to make sure
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that you guys don’t think that I’m
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somebody that says I’m a libertarian
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therefore I can’t criticize libertarians
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this is all that we really do if you’ve
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never been in a libertarian circle we
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tear apart other libertarians this is
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what we do
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and and certainly this is one where
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libertarians across the front a very
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very heavy majority of them have
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denounced it and the ones that haven’t
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they are Libertines themselves and they
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they get the criticisms and the hatred
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and and are disavowed constantly as well
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it’s horrible
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it is absolutely horrible so hopefully
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he loses his race with negative ten ten
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percent votes creepy pedophile
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candidates is the price we pay to live
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what said what sad spike is that that
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may be much more accurate than some of
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the other things that people have said
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for the prices we pay we live in a
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civilized society one other thing I
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wanted to drop on you guys was Julian
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Assange before we get into the big heavy
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hitting stories Julian Assange when he
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was wrapped up originally from the
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embassy when he was drugged out carried
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out I had called that he would be
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somebody that is going to serve out the
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rest of his life in prisons whether it’s
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the US prison whether it’s Europe
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wherever it is he’s gonna live out his
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days there or he’s gonna get executed on
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May 7th so I had missed this story and
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I’m really sad that I did on May 7th
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they actually came out with report that
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United or retired United States Air
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Force lieutenant colonel Karen but we
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had Kowski
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maybe writes in an article posted on Lee
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Rockwell’s website that Julian Assange
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is receiving the same treatment as
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suspected terrorists while in captivity
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at Her Majesty’s Prison Service at
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Belmarsh the FBI Pentagon and CIA are
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interviewing Assange interviewing is the
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wrong word she writes I’d like to say
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doctoring him because it would be more
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accurate except that the word implies
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some care for a positive outcome and
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chemical gina has her hands in with this
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one we’re being told that Assange is
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being treated reap three things known as
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B Z BZ is a powerful drug that uses that
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produces hallucinogens soldiers on BZ
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could remember only fragments of the
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experience afterwards as the drug wore
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off the subjects had troubling
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discerning what was real many
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experienced anxiety aggression and even
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terror The New Yorker reported the drugs
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laden or drugs effect lasted for days at
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its peaks volunteers were totally cut
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off in their own minds jolting from one
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fragmented existence to the next they
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saw visions little Lille Putin baseball
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players competing on the tabletop
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diamond animals or people or objects
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that materialized and vanished Assange
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is being chemically lobotomized
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prior to being extradited to the United
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States is stand trial on bogus computer
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hacking charges that in the corporate
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media won’t tell you this past the
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statute of limitations three years ago
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now this is this is a blog from Curtain
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mode blog they actually do call out that
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the the the actual US code there in
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order to substantiate the statute of
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limitations forget about the statute of
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limitations the US government has long
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violated both domestic and international
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law it is rogue nation led by ignorant
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clown who opened the back door and
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ushered in neocon psychopaths notorious
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for killing million millions in normal
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times these criminals would be at the
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dock of The Hague standing trial for
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crimes against humanity but we don’t
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live in normal times so this is all
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about Julian Assange and we’ve gone over
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Julian Assange plenty of times some
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people call him a traitor some people
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call him the enemy of the people and I
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think that really when it comes down to
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Julian Assange when it comes down to
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chant or Chelsea Manning or Bradley
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Manning whichever way you want to call
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that everywhere the care I’m I call it
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Chelsea and Snowden the three of them
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released information in order to provide
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information for the public so the public
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knew what was going on to be able to
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hold the government accountable I don’t
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really find that as treason when the
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bogus computer hacking charges that was
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referenced in this what they were
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talking about was chelsea manning was it
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was extracting information from the
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computers and being incapable of getting
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through the passcodes and everything
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else Julian Assange allegedly had
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supported her and being able to get
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through on a why NIC system and be able
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to pass that and be able to collect that
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information that’s really what they’re
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going after they’re going after the
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Espionage which as we covered last time
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when we covered Julian Assange up to 170
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years 170 years so I’m being vindicated
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once again this is not this is not in
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the deeper servants of the First
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Amendment right freedom of press this is
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not in the pursuance of limited
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government this is not the pursuance of
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a transparent government this is not the
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the pursuance of a good government right
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they should be able to take these
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criticisms and say babe hey
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we fucked up they can’t do it instead
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they’re gonna they’re gonna kill the man
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um a pretty decent man that’s been
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calling out plenty of different plenty
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of the different
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country’s area oh wow how is that so
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difficult so
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mmm welcome in chips threats of Alaska
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so I think I’ve got the little side
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stories out of the way now it’s time to
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get into the big story now it’s time to
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get into the Julian Assange you’re not
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joining us on Wow
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Justin Amash the jasi just getting
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flipped up over here so Justin Amash
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made made a huge and say he made a large
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tweet storm and he’s had two of them and
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these have been taken by people on the
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right and on the left and libertarians
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and you’ve just got a mountain of people
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just throwing insults at each other
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they’re not really talking about what
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Justin Amash was saying himself and so I
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thought this is something that we
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actually need to go through because when
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you as much as we criticize the
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mainstream media it’s more than just the
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mainstream media when we are when we are
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lazy as an individual and we don’t go to
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the source of the information we say
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well this person said that Justin Moss
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said this and so I’m gonna I’m going to
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defend against or attack against Justin
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Amash as stances based on what you said
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you know we get down this this crazy
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loophole or this rabbit hole and we
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never never actually get to what he was
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saying
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originally the the first big tweet storm
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of course I was saying that Trump had
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committed impeachable acts right
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impeachment what is impeachment of
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course everyone knows that impeachment
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is how you get somebody out right you
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have the the House passes it and the
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Senate convicts them on it but if we if
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we are looking at this and we’re trying
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to understand what actually makes it to
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the threshold of what is impeachable you
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have to look at what the definition of
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treason is and your nut trees and Wow
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impeachment getting all my words mixed
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up tonight I apologize for that what we
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have to actually look at what
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impeachment is an impeachment is the
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removal of office because of high crimes
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and misdemeanors effectively and what
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does high crimes and misdemeanors mean
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doesn’t mean you have to have a high
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crime or misdemeanor no it doesn’t it
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means that from the English law we’re
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derived from you basically do something
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that’s unbecoming of the office you do
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something that loses the credibility or
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the respect of the office and so
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certainly it’s a very vague term and it
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was meant to be a powerful move and so
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they wanted to keep it vague the
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founding fathers did or the framers they
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wanted to keep it vague to where you
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could still utilize it in order to keep
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people from from reaching out and
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grabbing a bunch of power so you can
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impeach somebody because you don’t like
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their hair
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somebody looks completely ridiculous
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compared to the societal standards of
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that day you could arguably find a way
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in order to justify an impeachment
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really absolutely vague in legal terms
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so when Justin Amash actually talks
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about the impeachable acts that
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President Trump had committed he’s not
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saying that there was collusion I’ve saw
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I’ve seen a lot of people saying a
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Justin wash was was accusing President
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Trump of colluding with Russia I have
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never seen anything substantiate that
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and all of the tweets and all the
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responses and everything else I’ve seen
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from him he’s just never never gone out
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there here is from Justin Amash himself
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here are my principled conclusions
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there we go here are my principled
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conclusions attorney general bar has
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deliberately misrepresented Mueller’s
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report the way that that one works is
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when you look at volume 2 volume 2 was
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the obstruction of justice volume of the
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Mueller report when you say that you
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deliberately misrepresented it he was
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talking about William bar had come out
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and said that President Trump was
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exonerated there was no collusion no
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obstruction of justice
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right he had made that determination
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there was no obstruction of justice if
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you look into it you can there is actual
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a legal argument maybe not a logical
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argument but that’s not how the law
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works right there’s plenty of logical
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things that are illegal in this country
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but
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in the legal sense there is a potential
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for obstruction of justice when it comes
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to this matter and so deliberately
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misrepresented it or misrepresented this
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is justin amash as opinion on what or
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legal stance on what obstruction of
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justice is versus William bars we see
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this all the time I don’t want people to
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think that Justin Amash is taking a
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stance because it’s against Trump I I’m
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tired of hearing about all he’s got
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Chinese attachments and investment so
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he’s gonna take the side of the Chinese
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you can have different values or
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different views on the same thing this
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is why you can have two lawyers in the
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courtroom battling it out and they both
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inherently or they both believe that
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their case is the correct side um this
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is one of the the abominations that is
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our legal system of our law structuring
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is that you can actually have depending
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on who the judges if he had coffee that
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day if he had nice a nice donut how he’s
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feeling what’s going on with his wife
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and this that any other can really
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determine on which one of the laws he
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wants to pick on in order to make it fit
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for the narrative that he wants now I’m
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not accusing Justin Amash nor my
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accusing William bar of really trying to
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manipulate the laws in order to make
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them fit it but I think that they both
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come from a different basis or a basis
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for where obstruction of justice is is
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acceptable here is the big thing of
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where misrepresentation has been coming
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from the public generally President
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Trump has engaged an impeachable conduct
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now if with that he leaves it very vague
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President Trump hasn’t has engaged in
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plenty of impeachable conducts the first
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one would be when it comes to the War
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Powers Act of 1973 that is an
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unconstitutional declaration or
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unconstitutional act right the
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Constitution declares on how the powers
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are delegated and so that is a power for
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Congress that is not a power for the
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President and so for him to take actions
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of war against countries that we do not
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have a declaration against that is
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unconstitutional and therefore
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impeachable Congress should be held in
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contempt just in the same way for that
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but what he’s talking about here is the
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obstruction of justice partisanship has
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eroded our systems of checks and
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balances this has been true I’ve been
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calling this out for forever take it out
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of just the series of points take it out
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from that oh I guess I got flop it over
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for you guys again a partisanship has
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eroded our systems of checks and
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balances this is something I’ve been
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talk to you guys for a long time about
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right Democrats don’t want to hold
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Democrats accountable Republicans don’t
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want to hold Republicans accountable and
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and so you worried more about the team
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winning rather than the your values
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money your principles winning the
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Constitution winning the people winning
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and so this is this is a blanket truth
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of their few members of Congress I’ve
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read the report that yes still I think
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even to this very moment but we can go
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through these these tweet storms and we
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can find out is he actually speaking out
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of his ass or is he speaking from his
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mind and I think that when I read
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through this when I read through all
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those tweets I didn’t find very much
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that I said you know what he’s
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absolutely off base or he’s he’s out in
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the in the and the nethers with as logic
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but this has created yet another big
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issue outside of just these tweets and
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that is the idea that President or
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Justin Amash is gonna run for president
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now there’s been the rumor mill has been
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that he was going to run into
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24 and now it looks as if he may be
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running in 2020 now
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the problem is the problem is is that I
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think Justin Amash has shot himself in
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the foot I think I would say that this
24:38
is the most if you could take it from a
24:41
point of principle you could take it
24:43
from the point of trying to contain
24:46
government don’t worry about if you take
24:49
Trump out of the equation if you had
24:51
somebody doing this and trying to fight
24:53
for this your principle through actually
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explaining and not just going with the
24:57
Maxine Waters service that is just
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saying pH and pH and pH and pH and pH
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Beach but actually talking about things
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and actually trying to explain it and
25:06
trying to provide information in order
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to create a discussion Justin Amash
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right now I think is going through a
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political suicide it’s the most
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beautiful political suicide that you
25:19
really can from those from those values
25:21
from that from those principles and
25:24
because he’s lost the Republican base
25:27
the Republican bases is mostly for Trump
25:32
and so you go against Trump and suddenly
25:34
you’re lefty or a Democrat here or just
25:36
a socialist or a communist we’ve seen
25:39
all the attacks go against Justin Amash
25:41
so he’s not gonna win when it comes to
25:43
the Republican base is he gonna win with
25:45
when it comes to the libertarian base
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absolutely not it doesn’t look as if the
25:48
Libertarian Party is willing to accept
25:50
somebody who has been running on or who
25:53
has been an office under the under the
25:56
Republican team and just because they
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come in and and throw out or create a
26:03
firestorm doesn’t mean that they’re
26:05
necessarily acceptable it also comes to
26:09
the principle of well let me finish that
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with the libertarian party so with the
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libertarian party
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people just aren’t accepting of it and
26:19
they don’t want the Libertarian Party to
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be a trampoline for people right just
26:25
come along we’ll bounce you off and
26:27
we’ll throw you back into office we’ll
26:29
keep you in office and and and so the
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Libertarian Party I think is going to be
26:33
completely disenfranchised with with
26:35
Justin Amash and I happen to be a fan of
26:37
Justin Amash wall he’s in office while
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he’s sitting in Congress and and
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fighting for the Constitution
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there’s also another bigger problem when
26:48
it comes to what it is to be a
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libertarian versus to be a Republican
26:53
light or a Republican libertarian
26:54
conquer part of the RLC the Republican
26:57
liberty caucus or even the freedom
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caucus and that is that if we were to
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compare Justin Amash with Ron Paul Ron
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Paul has been the guy that has brought a
27:10
lot of people to libertarianism he’s the
27:12
guy that went out and fought for the war
27:14
on drugs or against the war on drugs
27:16
he’s the guy that went out and fought
27:17
against the fed you know in the fed when
27:20
he was running as president our
27:22
presidential candidate he was the guy
27:24
that comes out and talks about you know
27:27
getting government out of your decisions
27:30
out of your life and and Ron Paul has
27:33
been one of those guys that’s taken
27:35
people from the right and the left they
27:36
see him they look at him they do a
27:38
little bit of research and they pivot
27:40
and they go and they they understand
27:42
what Liberty is about they understand
27:44
what libertarianism is about and so Ron
27:47
Paul’s this great monolithic figure when
27:50
it comes to the libertarian movement
27:51
because he was saying things he was he
27:55
was making moves or hearts and minds
27:59
around the country when it wasn’t
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popular
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there’s a there was videos um done I
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believe uh spike and Matt had it on
28:09
their show might not been them I think
28:13
that they’ve referenced it but I think
28:14
it might have been Dave Smith’s show
28:16
part of the problem and they had played
28:20
a video clip somebody had I’m one of the
28:23
podcasts on to one of the podcast I
28:25
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28:41
nonetheless so Ron Paul while he was
28:44
campaigning when went on to a TV show
28:47
and it was it was one of those like
28:49
shock-jock TV shows where you know the
28:52
crowds getting into it they’re yelling
28:54
it’s almost like Jerry Springer except
28:55
for there’s political figures up on on
28:57
stage and so during this during this Ron
29:02
Paul basically calls out the war on
29:04
drugs and says look if drugs were
29:07
illegal right now what you want do drugs
29:09
people like no and then they were put
29:11
there were like you’re just an idiot you
29:12
just want people to be high you just
29:14
want to destroy people’s lives to send
29:15
the other and so that’s why we need
29:17
government and so Ron Paul even though
29:20
everybody in that room everyone in that
29:22
auditorium or whatever room you want to
29:24
call that everybody was viciously
29:28
against him and he looked at one kid
29:32
that was a little bit overweight that
29:33
was at the microphone talking at the
29:35
time and he says hey you look like you
29:37
don’t take very good care of your diet
29:40
you don’t take care very good care of
29:42
your nutrition so the government come in
29:43
and make that decision for you as well
29:45
and instead of stopping and pausing and
29:49
thinking about when Rand Paul Ron Paul
29:51
said people who became outraged of
29:53
course that’s who Ron Paul is Justin
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Amash let’s look who Justin Amash is
29:58
Justin Amash is that guy that he talks
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about the Constitution he talks about it
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very eloquently he talks about it very
30:04
beautifully he hits the nail on the head
30:06
when it comes to the Constitution and
30:08
what the purpose what the tenor is in
30:10
the background of it and the small
30:12
limited government he is all over that
30:14
Justin Marsh is great for that
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Libertarian Party is not on the Morton
30:20
Downey jr. yes there we go yep new spike
30:24
knew it when it comes to actual
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libertarianism the Libertarian Party is
30:29
not the constitutional party there is a
30:31
constitutional party even though it’s
30:32
been disenfranchised across the country
30:34
that would be a much better place for
30:35
Justin Amash and and many libertarians
30:37
see that and while he advocates for a
30:40
smaller government it’s not it’s not
30:42
just fighting for a smaller government
30:43
that people are advocating for but it’s
30:46
more based on the party
30:48
so Justin Marsh is is going through this
30:51
political suicide he’s he’s damning
30:55
himself from the Republican Party is
30:56
damning himself from the Libertarian
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Party and I think I honestly think out
31:02
of all those I have a tremendous amount
31:04
of respect for Justin Amash I think that
31:06
the best thing that he would do is to be
31:07
able to go out and start reaching out to
31:11
different campaigns helping them out
31:12
I know Kimbrough and john phillips are
31:15
looking for some help any of the
31:19
libertarian presidential candidates they
31:21
could use some justin amash help have
31:24
him help them out show them the ropes
31:26
show them give them the the inside
31:29
baseball for them and i think that that
31:31
would be the best thing for justin amash
31:33
there um he got you know 15 minutes on
31:38
Justin Amash is is adequate enough if
31:40
you guys if you guys want to let me oh
31:43
hey hey didn’t realize you guys were
31:46
still on that yep all right if you guys
31:49
would like to it’s Justin Amash is
31:52
something that you guys get all fired up
31:54
and fury
31:57
if you wanna call in about Justin Amash
31:59
feel free to call in about him we’re
32:01
also going to be talking about the
32:02
Mueller report that’s the next big topic
32:04
and so I want to I want to give you guys
32:05
that opportunity to to be able to all in
32:13
and disagree with me because I’m sure a
32:15
lot of you will or agree with me and I
32:17
would be absolutely shocked because I
32:19
think right now I can’t if I’ve heard
32:23
that stands before I disagree with it
32:26
and so I I think my my views on this are
32:29
entirely different than everyone else
32:32
but I’m gonna take a quick break I will
32:37
be back in and momentarily but I I’ve
32:41
got the phone number up there right now
32:44
take that down and and I will accept it
32:47
in one second but in the meantime I want
32:49
you guys to get a good listen to the
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intro music once again so I will be
32:54
right back
32:55
if you guys want to call in as soon as
32:57
we get back I’ll give it about two
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minutes and then we will move on to the
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to the Robert Mueller on his statement
33:06
and everything else Ben’s going down
33:07
with there and then we’ll also talk a
33:09
little bit about Trump’s tariffs because
33:10
Trump’s threatening some more of those
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so be right back guys
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all right everyone welcome back all
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right sorry about that I do apologize
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having to do this stuff solo my wife my
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wife took my daughter out I went out to
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the movies and they left me here alone
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to take care of myself it’s not
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I’m just a yo one man how am I supposed
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to do this on my own
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but whoo sorry about that
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loud noises yes so the call number line
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is right there if you guys would like to
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call them the phone number is eight zero
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two six seven one five three two eight
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but in the interim we will be move on to
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Robert Mueller so Robert Mueller has
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been rubber Muller comes out and he
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actually makes a response
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he made a response on the topic of
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what it is that he
35:28
wants to do in the future so Robert
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Miller comes out and he spins this he
35:32
spins in in a way that I think anyone
35:37
who sits down and thinks about it is the
35:39
only way that Robert Mueller could do it
35:42
so Robert Mueller comes out and
35:46
basically says I can’t or I’m not gonna
35:49
go and testify before Congress and give
35:52
any more information than what I
35:54
providing those 448 pages that’s the
35:57
smart decision because if he goes beyond
36:01
that if he messes up something that’s
36:06
not in those right he potentially could
36:08
put himself into a trap something that
36:10
he may have been going along and doing
36:12
against some of the people he had
36:15
indicted so he learned the lesson that
36:17
he provided himself but he also
36:20
basically said he left this this aura of
36:23
miss mystery and so he comes out and he
36:30
basically says look if we found no
36:33
evidence that President Trump had
36:36
committed obstruction of justice we
36:39
would have said it
36:42
now everybody came in a flurry over
36:47
but he also in the same in the same
36:50
statement pointed out that there’s DOJ
36:54
law that prevents you from in dieting a
36:58
sitting president this has been
36:59
something we’ve been discussing about
37:00
and and pundits on the left and the
37:02
right have been talking about this for a
37:04
long time right the protection of the
37:06
president United States because if you
37:07
have a president who is being indicted
37:10
on criminal charges
37:12
it’s absolutely destructive to the
37:13
nation so you want to get them out of
37:15
office right impeach them and then you
37:17
can can indict them on that this is
37:19
something we’ve talked about for a long
37:20
time so he’s not able to say there is
37:23
there is evidence there is enough there
37:28
in order to di’t President Trump and so
37:31
he used that DOJ law as a scapegoat in
37:35
order to basically leave that cloud of
37:39
mystery there and say well if we
37:41
couldn’t find evidence we would have
37:43
said we didn’t find any evidence so go
37:45
ahead and read that information and and
37:49
you know it that’ll be it right then
37:54
Congress can go through and they can
37:55
make their decisions that they want it
37:57
to now of course following the history
38:01
of this William bar got in front of that
38:02
and said look no collusion and and now
38:05
we have the congressional debates and
38:10
whoo flinging at each other over this so
38:15
Robert Mueller it’s 40 million dollars
38:19
spent on him and his investigation
38:21
investigating thousands of people didn’t
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couldn’t come out and clearly say yes
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there was enough evidence there or no we
38:31
didn’t find evidence
38:34
input you it really does with way Robert
38:38
Miller came out on the statement it
38:40
really does put in a way that nobody
38:43
gets an answer as president Trump in
38:46
Robert Mueller’s investigation was he
38:49
found to obstruct justice
38:52
this is something we will never know
38:55
this is something that we can argue
38:57
until the cows come home
38:58
and it won’t change a damn thing cuz
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Robert Mueller also closed down his
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office I think it’s either great great
39:06
idea Robert you should be closing down
39:07
that office because there really wasn’t
39:09
any work to be done it wasn’t any work
39:12
that was done you’d found a couple guys
39:14
that were guilty of a lot of things some
39:16
of those things I really don’t agree
39:18
that they are a crime and that people
39:20
should be paying with their life for
39:23
them such as going to jail for avoiding
39:27
taxes but he spent two years two years a
39:34
fine something on President Trump and
39:37
you leave us with a cloud of mystery
39:41
you leave us without defined answers and
39:45
so
39:47
you have you have your Sean Hannity’s
39:51
you’ve got your alan dershowitz you’ve
39:57
got some liberals and you’ve got some
39:59
some conservatives out there that are
40:01
just vilifying robert muller once again
40:05
over this and they’re they’re taking the
40:09
stance that everything that was provided
40:11
means that President Trump was
40:14
absolutely clear to this and then you
40:16
have the left and some liberals as well
40:19
who are just going
40:20
Robert wheelers left it open in order to
40:22
impeach the president Mueller played the
40:27
smartest move that he could have as the
40:30
biggest boot licking
40:33
statist thing that you could possibly do
40:35
you don’t say anything of value
40:38
you don’t actually you exonerate them on
40:41
on something that is unequivocally true
40:44
from what it looks like and that is that
40:46
Trump President Trump and his campaign
40:48
did not help collude with Russia in the
40:50
2016 election you say that but then you
40:54
just mer let these people fight amongst
40:58
themselves
40:58
let the divide continue let let’s build
41:01
the divide because this is gonna swing
41:03
it for Democrats is it going to swing it
41:04
for Republicans this is gonna swing it
41:06
someway somehow
41:09
but I think that
41:12
so he made the best move that he could
41:14
and certainly people say people are
41:16
still pointing out the robber Muller is
41:18
a is a Republican and that’s great
41:20
that’s fine be a Republican I don’t care
41:22
I don’t care but can we can we at least
41:26
acknowledge that there’s plenty of
41:27
Republicans out there that absolutely a
41:30
bull or president Trump and that they
41:33
would rather work with Democrats in
41:34
order to get rid of it I’m not saying
41:36
that that’s what Robert Mueller is doing
41:38
but I’m saying that Robert Mueller
41:40
probably made may be doing that because
41:45
all of this right you have somebody that
41:48
was the director of the FBI you have
41:51
somebody that worked within these
41:54
agencies that we have seen ample amount
41:58
of evidence ample amount of information
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saying that these are some crooked
42:04
crooked thugs
42:08
within these departments and that they
42:10
their narrative their will is what
42:13
happens and so Robert Mueller is not a
42:19
good person right he is a big government
42:22
guy which means he’s a small individual
42:24
gun smaller the individual the happier
42:26
he is and and so when you have people
42:30
like that don’t expect honesty from them
42:34
don’t expect them to really be
42:36
forthcoming with this information and
42:39
certainly when you when you provide this
42:44
information and the statement that
42:47
Mueller did he also ended it by going
42:50
I’m not gonna be answering any questions
42:52
either
42:55
it’s kind of telling it’s kind of
42:58
telling when you won’t go and testify
42:59
before people you won’t actually
43:03
exchange information or answer questions
43:05
that are provided to you from the press
43:11
it just it really does look as if robber
43:13
militias trying to punt the football you
43:16
get other people fired up and just get
43:18
him out of it so he can move as he said
43:21
back to the private life
43:26
it’s so it’s just so
43:31
it’s just such a disheartening thing to
43:34
see who Robert Mueller do this and
43:39
nobody questions it nobody questions
43:42
what Robert Mueller is is doing outside
43:45
of partisanship right they say oh he’s
43:48
going out for Trump or all he’s trying
43:50
to defend this or that
43:51
look at him clearly look at him clearly
43:55
look at look at James Comey clearly look
43:59
at all these people within these
44:01
alphabet agencies that routinely show
44:09
that they are not in any way interested
44:19
how about that oh absolutely you can
44:22
call in absolutely you can call it
44:26
they’re not interested in in upholding
44:29
law uniformly they’re not interested in
44:33
actually providing the protection serve
44:38
as what the officers say on their their
44:39
cars but they’re not willing to do that
44:42
what they will do is they will weaponize
44:44
and they have weaponized in the past
44:46
their agencies in order to push the way
44:49
that they want to in order to get people
44:51
that may may otherwise be innocent or
44:55
may otherwise not be committing the
44:59
crimes but they’ve weaponized the
45:00
government in order to push the
45:03
government’s will the government’s way
45:04
and and this stuff right here it’s just
45:07
completely unconscionable and
45:12
eventually we have to look at that
45:14
eventually we the people have to look at
45:16
our governor and go it’s not just the
45:18
FBI it’s not just the CIA it’s not just
45:21
the ATF it’s not just the FDA it’s not
45:24
just the DEA is not just the judicial
45:27
branch it’s not just the the Congress
45:29
it’s not just the president that’s
45:31
messed up it’s every single portion of
45:34
this government works in a way that if
45:36
we the people were to act if we the
45:38
people were to have a kangaroo court and
45:40
to hold these standards we would be we
45:45
would be handled white ashle but for
45:49
some reason when it comes to the
45:50
government they’re free to do as they
45:52
want
45:58
the auntie auntie antifa welcome I’m
46:44
offended that you mentioned against my
46:47
religion I’m deeply offended
47:39
oh yeah absolutely I think certainly
47:42
timing of doing that is is always
47:45
difficult but if if we’re waiting for
47:48
the left to not be unhinged on something
47:51
we’ve been waiting two years now and
47:53
it’s if there’s no signs of stopping I
47:56
don’t know when a good time to hold
47:58
president Trump accountable certainly
48:01
after after going around Congress just
48:04
recently for the Yemen or the Saudi
48:08
Arabia deal that would be some a good
48:11
point for just
48:12
for Thomas Massie Rand Paul and the
48:15
likes to step up because the left has
48:19
accepted it for some reason for some
48:21
reason I think that the left and the
48:23
right have both moved to the to the
48:26
neocon position and no war is bad war
48:30
but every war is a good war you know
48:32
what I’m saying it’s it’s scary it’s
48:37
cool it’s frightening
48:50
yeah I don’t know my biggest my biggest
48:57
gripe is that the more that we see the
49:00
left and the right unites on the on the
49:05
principle right and so they both agree
49:08
with war let’s just use that they may
49:10
not agree with every war and everything
49:13
else but they agree with war as a
49:14
principle we have this where the left
49:18
and the right starts molding together
49:20
and and the question is is
49:24
how are we gonna break away from that
49:26
what kind of a political world we’re
49:28
going to be living in what do you what
49:31
are your thoughts on Justin Amash
49:32
running for president
49:35
ah it would it would be kind of crazy I
49:39
mean if he were to run he certainly
49:41
wouldn’t win and it would be for another
49:43
purpose maybe to bolster himself and I
49:46
don’t know that now would be the right
49:47
time because the country is so yeah oh
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yeah absolutely
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um oh yeah one last question I got for
50:14
you sure you are a complete Looney for
50:19
this hypothetical who is your is your
50:29
yes I would put in I put in the black
50:54
lady and just be like to just play the
50:57
race card and the female card and just
51:00
go completely nuts with that and you
51:02
know that would harm the president as
51:06
much so the other other option is to run
51:10
which i think is probably more realistic
51:12
of what they’re actually going to do is
51:13
to run somebody from the right to come
51:15
in and just try to like cut em off at
51:17
the pass if you will them from the right
51:20
side they’re trying to alienate his base
51:22
you know just throw a bomb in there okay
51:25
yeah now now you are yourself and I’m
51:30
not gonna use your name since you didn’t
51:33
put it on there but you are yourself who
51:35
who are you most afraid of for Democrats
51:41
Oh Who am I most afraid of
51:44
oh wow I’m afraid of the Democrats who
51:47
are alarming on the right because of the
51:49
less doesn’t have anybody with a pirate
51:51
Pelosi’s done right Biden’s done it did
51:54
nobody has any charisma or inability to
51:56
market themselves senders of you it’s
52:05
like three quarters the yep yeah I think
52:23
a lot of people were cheering about the
52:26
the blech sick movement the walk away
52:29
movement where Democrats are waking up
52:31
to the atrocities as the Democratic
52:33
Party and they’re walking away and
52:35
they’re coming to the Republican Party
52:36
and while everyone’s been cheering for
52:38
that I sit there in the background I’m
52:40
like you know that means that the the
52:42
Republican Party is now shifting to the
52:44
left like you’re accepting people that
52:46
are on the Left embody those views in
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everything else and so I share your
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concern with here to make me get sick of
53:31
my own show talk about government health
53:33
care come on man absolutely man thank
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you and you’re always free to call in
53:43
join in and I was always appreciate your
53:45
insight man so nantan Tifa always a
53:48
great time in really helped me out with
53:51
the start on things so I owe you I owe
53:53
you tremendously you’re a great guy and
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thank you man
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absolutely you have a good night man all
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right that was uh the ante and Tifa
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always a good time you guys if you guys
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just recently got involved with a beard
54:12
and you wondering about my past the ante
54:16
and Tifa used to have a great show and
54:19
we had a panel of people that would come
54:22
on I would be a pretty frequent guest
54:24
and we would talk about politics when we
54:25
talk about what’s going on in the
54:26
country and I was that radical
54:28
libertarian and so I got some exposure
54:31
there so if you guys remember me all the
54:33
way from back then it’s it’s great to
54:36
have old connections coming back always
54:39
a good time so with that guys I’ve got
54:44
to call the number up there right now
54:46
I actually I don’t think I’m gonna
54:47
actually take another call so I
54:49
apologize for that
54:50
I’m
54:52
I’m an Indian giver you can call me that
54:54
he’s fun mr. Saturdays nights yes I do I
54:57
missed those but hopefully he’ll start
55:02
those up again here soon
55:03
but with that guys I’m gonna I’m gonna
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be hopping out of here I hope you guys
55:07
have a great night
55:08
it’s Friday night so don’t drink you
55:09
drive a ride with those who do you have
55:10
family friends who care about you and
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love you deeply they want you to stay
55:13
safe and to get back here
55:16
for Monday night when I’ll be coming
55:18
back again start off the week Monday
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night 7 p.m. Eastern actually I
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apologize physical therapy so Monday
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night probably closer to 8 p.m. we’ll be
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starting off we’ll be starting off as
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soon as I get into the house but get
55:32
ready for that Monday night make sure
55:34
this week you guys are tuning in to
55:36
muddy waters you’re catching up with all
55:38
of our old episodes you can find us at
55:39
muddy waters media or muddy waters of
55:42
freedom calm you can also find our
55:44
podcast too where you can take us on the
55:46
go take us to work take us to school
55:48
take us to the gym anchor FM is the best
55:52
place to get our podcast we can also
55:54
find us so basically anywhere out there
55:56
in the podcast world check us out there
55:59
we’re also on Facebook we’re on
56:01
periscope and if you’re following me
56:03
from the mr. beard of truth periscope
56:05
make sure you’re following us over there
56:06
on the Muddy Waters periscope I did
56:09
share it out only on that one today but
56:11
we are streaming through both of those
56:14
we’re also on YouTube finest muddy
56:16
waters of freedom over there and
56:19
facebook.com slash muddy waters of
56:21
freedom where we have a large audience
56:24
and we are looking for you to get
56:26
involved with us there so I hope you
56:28
guys all have a great night thanks Dave
56:32
and I will see you guys are a great
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weekend I apologize
56:36
have a great weekend and I’ll see you
56:37
guys back here Monday I am mr. America
56:40
the beard of truth Jason Lyon have a
56:42
great night
56:43
I’ll see you guys soon


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Jason Lyon
Jason Lyon
Jason Lyon - USN Submarine Vet -Minarchist/Constitutionalist - #Liberty advocate - Principles over party - Constitution over Idolatry