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Mr. 'Murica: The Bearded Truth


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Jason talks tonight about the border fiasco with Mexico, discusses the flipping and flopping from Joe Biden, and some serious government overreach.


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well buddy welcome welcome I hope you
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guys all doing well I hope you guys it’s
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Friday night it is Friday night you guys
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are here live with me mr. Marco the
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bearded truth Jason line thank you guys
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for joining in tonight hopefully you
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guys enjoyed a week hopefully it was
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fun-filled and the workweek grind was
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not too much for you guys
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I know I know far over here is a little
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bit testing
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no I’m just kidding it was fine um hope
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you guys are doing alright like I said
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thanks for joining in tonight I am mr.
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murk of the beard of truth Jason Lyon I
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hope I hope that you guys are excited
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for tonight’s show we’ve got a lot to
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unpack but first let’s give a big shout
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out to muddy waters media for giving me
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a platform to come out here talk to you
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guys share my views my opinions and and
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what’s going on in my world in my my
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stances sorry I’m trying to fix the gain
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over here a little bit trying to do some
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of that plus or minus thing as dennis
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prager would say on his show there we go
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all right it looks like we’re gonna be
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good no he’s suppression we’re gonna
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turn but you know that was a noise
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compressor there we go um we’re gonna
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turn that up a little bit more there we
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go
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all right we’ve got we’ve got spy code
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in the comment section welcome in man
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um so yes thank you muddy waters Media
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forgive me a platform to reach out to
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you guys from my views my opinions and
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my stances before we get started Janine
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54 says why are American men growing
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Middle Eastern beards I don’t know why
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Americans would would grow would take
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beards from the Middle East and attach
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them to their faces oh but I would like
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to call mine the freedom beard the
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freedom from the Navy the freedom of
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getting out of the military and not
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being required to shave that’s why I
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have my beard and it is not in any way
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reflective of the Middle East and the
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problems that go on over there
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but it was a good question thank you for
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asking with that guys we have a lot to
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get through tonight
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no middle Easterner would have a beard
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that’s straight hmm
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somebody knows the beard strangers been
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getting used oh no I left mine on I’ll
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have to text my wife and let her know
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hey bear with me for one moment please
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everyone while I let my wife know
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there’s a fire hazard in the bathroom
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please turn off a beard straightener
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that’s right even even mr. mark of the
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beard of truth has has issues leaves on
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the beard straightener when the game the
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beard game is too strong to be turned
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off on its own so you got to go and get
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it yourself well so tonight’s show what
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we’re gonna be talking about a little
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bit of Joe Biden Joe Biden flip and
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flopping and having a good old time
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let’s not worry about something worry
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about the principles let’s not worry
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about what you’ve been on for you know
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since it was implemented in 1973 they
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ignore those dances well you got to
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worry about is how are you going to
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satisfy the left those that are on
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hinges on the left you gotta be you
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gotta be on their side so we’re gonna
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talk about that we’re gonna talk a
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little bit more about the the Mexican
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border in that situation down there
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because that right there that right
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there has been spurring up a lot of
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animosity and anger from the Democrats
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from the Republicans from from Trump and
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from the Mexican government themselves
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so we’re gonna talk about that I’m gonna
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leave you guys hanging with a serious
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question with a former aunt Arkansas
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state senator in a situation going on
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down or that recently occurred down
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there and then we will also going to
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talk
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about a grotesque an absolute grotesque
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reprehensible action that the government
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is done in Indianapolis or in Indiana so
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well we’ll start off with this we’ll
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start off with this wonderful little
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tidbit of information so down there in
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the Seventh Circuit the United States
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Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
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they had USA versus Paul Huskisson and
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this was argued January 14th 2019 and
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decided on June 5th 2019 so five months
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to figure this out I want to just read
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to you guys well first let me lay out
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the premise for you guys we all
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understand that everyone has their
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Fourth Amendment rights which is the
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right to your property to have any
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privacy for your your property or papers
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and your facts so you have your own
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little bubble that the government
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doesn’t get it get involved with it
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doesn’t get it go in it and stomp all
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over your stuff and go we’re gonna just
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check open your car we’re gonna break
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open your car we’re gonna go through
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your house we’re gonna see if we can
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make you a criminal that’s not it’s not
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kosher that’s not the way of the
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government now if they were to do that
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if they were to illegally search your
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property your car your whatever it is if
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they were to illegally do so and obtain
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damning information or information that
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would be make you a criminal it would
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actually be what’s called in legal terms
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free fruit of the poisonous tree which
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means basically if you have something
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that was unlawful we’ve talked about
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this when it comes to President Trump in
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the Mueller investigation and the
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unlimited authority that was given to
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Mueller and everything else but bringing
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that to the situation and we’ll get into
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the details here in a second do you have
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the fruit of the poisonous tree all that
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damning information is suddenly now just
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Nolan void it’s it’s it’s debunked it’s
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thrown out and now you because of the
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Fifth Amendment you can’t be charged on
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it again
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well mr. mr. Hoskins or Huskins son here
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in this this situation
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he had his house searched
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he had his house searched
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by the DEA the DEA found drugs within
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the house
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and they found drugs that’s bad right
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drugs are bad if you’re into that kind
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of thing um I’m certainly not one of
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those people but you know let’s just go
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through it from a legal standpoint so
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the government comes in the DEA comes in
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checks out the house finds drugs find
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some drugs in this man’s house and then
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and then they decide to go hmm you know
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how we make this legal we’re going to
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apply for a search warrant after the
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fact couple hours after couple hours
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after they’ve obtained the damning
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information they then go
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and
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apply for a search warrant so here’s
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here’s between the defense counsel in
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Kinney Kinney was a representative for
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the DEA after entering in securing that
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residence you were going to ask for
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consent to search for mr. Huskisson so
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after entering and securing the
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residence
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you were going to ask for consent to
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search for mr. hutchensen yes there
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Kenny responds yes should we find the
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methamphetamine gather it gather a
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consent to search if it was not granted
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obtain a search warrant so they were
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either gonna obtain we’re gonna obtain
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the the stuff ask for permission to
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obtain the stuff and if not we’ll go
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ahead go get a search warrant so the
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defense counsel says okay so if you
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didn’t get consent you were going to
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start the process for obtaining a
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warrant yes
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so no part of the plan was to start the
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process for obtaining a warrant prior to
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the entry into hoskinson’s residence
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that’s correct yes so mr. Kenny here is
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openly saying you have no right to your
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privacy we can go into your home we can
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collect whatever it is that we want to
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even if we have a suspicion of guilt we
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can collect this information and then we
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can worry about due process later kind
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of like that quote that not a lot of
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people like take the guns and worry
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about due process later
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and so this is absolutely 100%
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unconstitutional and it’s a huge
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fundamental issue in the conclusion we
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all agree the DEA DEA entry team entered
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mr. Huskins ins house unlawfully we do
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not condone this illegal behavior by law
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enforcement the better practice is to
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obtain a warrant before entering a home
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this isn’t the conclusion ordinarily the
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evidence found here would be excluded
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but because the government had so much
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other evidence of probable cause and had
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already planned to apply for a warrant
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before the legal entry had already
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planned to apply for a warrant before
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the illegal entry the evidence is
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admissible
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so the government illegally enters
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somebody’s home and says man who might
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start a applying for a search warrant
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later it’s okay all right
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nobody’s over there the judges they’re
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gonna protect us they like the boots
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just as much as we do we’re gonna be
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we’re gonna be so much we’re gonna be so
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high we’re gonna have all these
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methamphetamines
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take the drugs out of it say it’s a bump
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stock say it’s uh I don’t know
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what’s something stupid that’s illegal
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because we already got drugs and I
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already said bump stock you have an
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expired vehicle they go into your home
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and they slap down on your dinner table
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fine
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your cars in your garage and it’s
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expired oh well they illegally went into
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it but they were gonna get into search
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warrant so it’s okay guys don’t worry
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the government’s not here to tread on
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you the government isn’t here to for
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your protection for your safety we are
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here for you
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hmm
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this this is the stuff that is
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absolutely disgusting where’s the SC
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flag don’t you support local control in
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her aqui you asked a great question and
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I have failed you on that one
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we will he’ll get an se flag up there
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okay well I’ll get one up there we will
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be rearranging so I got time for that
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welcome to Morocco g-man all right yeah
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all right sit down there on the southern
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border right Mexico we talked a little
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bit about this on Monday because at the
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time the the stance was was that
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President Trump was going to implement a
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5% tax for a 5% tariff synonomous
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against Mexico in order to make sure
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that they actually took a stand against
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the illegal immigration coming into this
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country now for those of you who have
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not been following it very closely if
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you haven’t seen in the numbers here
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just in May or just this last month in
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May a hundred and thirty two thousand
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almost one hundred thirty three thousand
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southwest border total apprehensions the
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numbers are climbing it is climbing
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rapidly and in October of last year
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51,000 52,000 and November 50,000 51,000
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in December January is 48 and then the
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stark ramp up 67,000 apprehensions of
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the border in February 93 thousand and
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March April had 99 thousand and May a
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hundred and thirty three thousand
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apprehensions at the border there are
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people trying to come into this country
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now we’ve known in the past that
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government officials have been involved
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in South America and in other areas of
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the world encouraging illegal
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immigration to come here saying look you
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come to America we’ll take care of you
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put you on welfare we’ll we’ll provide
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you with the goods and services you’ll
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get health care you get whatever it is
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that you really need be backed by you
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and me the American taxpayer
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now of course we won’t get into the
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weeds of all that but but the point is
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is that there’s a very large increase in
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the number of people trying to transit
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across the southern border and so this
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is one thing that that is got Trump
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really worked up and ramped up and ready
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to to take a stand so he wanted to
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impose the 5% tax down there on Mexico
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and that was going to be effective I
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believe it was on the tenth
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now right wrong or indifferent it’s it’s
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not something right the tariffs are not
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actually something that the president
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has authority over I know that President
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Trump has been pushing these tariffs all
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over the place he’s been pushing it
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against trying to push against the UK
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push some against Canada right Trump has
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been doing this a long time but in
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article 1 section 8 that is actually is
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where the powers are delegated and the
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powers are delegated to Congress which
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leads us to this story
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the hill had an article on Tuesday on
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Tuesday Senator Rand Paul said president
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Trump would solidify opposition to
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tariffs on Mexico if he justified the
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levies by arguing there was a national
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emergency at the border Paul and
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outspoken libertarian said on CNN
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Tuesday that an emergency declaration
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would infringe on Congress’s power of
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the purse and mandate over creating laws
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really tariffs laws have to originate
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with Congress and I think you just can’t
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declare emergencies on spending on
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tariffs that also on arms sales he said
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referring to potential arms sale to
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Saudi Arabia that is face staunch
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opposition in Congress I hope you guys
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remember that one so real quick recap
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because if I don’t mention Yemen on a
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show I’m not I’m not a real libertarian
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so president Trump pushed through and
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said basically it was a national
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emergency that we have to sell a several
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billion dollars worth of arms to Saudi
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Arabia Saudi Arabia then accepts these
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arms intelligence officers and and
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military acts or military support in
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order to keep bombing the people of
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Yemen in order to create a blockade
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preventing them from getting food and
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water to people and preventing them from
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getting medical support so this has
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received a lot of opposition and even
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there in the house in the Senate they
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had actually pushed a bill through and
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they said look we condemn this action
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let’s not support Saudi Arabia anymore
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unless actually support Yemen which
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actually has a couple national
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emergencies which would fall into
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protecting the people of Yemen
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president Trump practiced his second
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defeat Oh in office on just that so so
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we continue so I think what you may be
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finding if we try to run government by
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emergency is it may solidify opposition
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even people like myself who are largely
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supportive of President Trump largely
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supportive of his initiatives I can’t be
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for letting the president have all the
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power that the Constitution gave to
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Congress
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Trump appears determined to slap tariffs
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on Mexico despite the Republican
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opposition saying the move is necessary
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to force America’s southern neighbor to
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take more stringent action to prevent
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illegal border crossings a 5% tariff on
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Mexico imports is scheduled to take
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effect Monday
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and would steadily rise to 25% if Trump
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is dissatisfied with Mexico’s efforts
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now we have had a response we have had a
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response the US and Mexican officials
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are closing in on the deal that would
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dramatically increase Mexico’s
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immigration enforcement efforts and give
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the United States far more power to
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deport Central Americans seeking asylum
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The Washington Post is reporting sources
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caution that the Accord is not finalized
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and the president Trump might not accept
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it now what is in here is actually I
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think is pretty fair on the side of
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Mexico I think that they they’re showing
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that they’re going to be doing something
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they’re gonna be doing more than what
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they are doing the bullet points are as
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follows Central Americans seeking refuge
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will be required to apply for asylum in
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the first foreign country that they set
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a foot upon after fleeing their homeland
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this is international law this is the
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normal process for seeking asylum you
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don’t get a travel all around the world
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seeking asylum and you must go to the
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first first country that you set foot
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upon the US will be allowed to
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immediately deport Guatemalan asylum
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seekers who enter the u.s. back to
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Mexico and could send Honduran and
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Salvadorian Asylum applicants to
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Guatemala Mexican officials have pledged
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to deploy deploy up to 6,000 National
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Guard troops to the country’s border
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with Gamow Guatemala which they will
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make immediate reductions than the
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number of Central Americans heading
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north towards the US border so they’re
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gonna bring their their troops their
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National Guard down to the southern
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border prevent some of the movement
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across no Mexico is not held to the same
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standards as the American troops would
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be a longer so the southern border
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so be interesting to see the way that
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their their logistics would work out if
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if their military is able to detain
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people and be able to arrest people or
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be able to do a little more than what
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the capabilities of apartment of what
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the American troops are able to do
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that’s certainly something we got to
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look at in Mexico will build more
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migrant detention centers and
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checkpoints to catch Central Americans
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and deter their passage well this is all
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around this is all around the idea of
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trying to prohibit
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people coming across our southern border
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so now that we have such high numbers
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we’ve seen some of the media coming out
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and saying hey look there is an actual
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issue there is a little bit of a crisis
21:57
down there on the southern border you
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have Trump who’s been largely or being
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calling for that in a while
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it’s been a while as you strain your
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beard I did straighten my beard thanks
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for asking mark
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I don’t know why again don’t get
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facebook posts on him um I know why
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nevermind
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so they there’s the issue there the
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media has been getting on board within
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that’s been kind of interesting and but
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the Democrats still are not in in
22:29
support of trying to help reduce the
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number of legal immigrants coming across
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the country so Trump is is really
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working not even within the bounds of
22:39
his own country but he’s working outside
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he’s trying to use these tariffs and I I
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do have to agree with Rand Paul on the
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idea that this is not a power afforded
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or delegated to the to the president but
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a power delegated to Congress and so
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therefore he needs to kind of mind his
22:53
own a little bit now he can of course go
22:56
and encourage Congress to pass these
22:57
things but he needs to at least seek
22:59
their counsel and try to push that
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through their way I’m gonna read these
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comments real quick from spike Cohen
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Americans are being taxed to pressure
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Mexico’s government to commit even more
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human rights abuses than they already do
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the crisis created by government
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regulations on migration are the same
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thing as the crisis created by the war
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on drugs remove the regulations in the
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black market goes away mm-hmm that is uh
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yeah I mean there there is a a lot of
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truth to that now certainly I think that
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there’s also when you look at what the
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government has been proven to do and I
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believe the the group was like NGO I
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think it was they would go down and talk
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to people in Guatemala and other South
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American countries and say look come to
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America we’ll take care of you so
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they’ve also encouraged it in the past
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so there’s so maybe the idea that
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America is all about
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freedom I believe that even the Mexican
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President was even talking about hey
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look come to America
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well they’ll take care of you up there
24:03
they want the migrants they want these
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people they want as many people coming
24:08
into the country as possible and so the
24:10
outsiders are also help supporting the
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idea that the immigration is free and
24:15
open and people come here willy-nilly
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and it’s just like it’s just like Sweden
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they’ll take everyone and anyone but ya
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know that the entire immigration topic
24:26
is certainly one that we we need to
24:32
reduce the incentive for people coming
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here and one of those is is the is the
24:37
war on drugs right because when you have
24:39
the war on drugs and you’re not able to
24:41
produce these drugs and you’re not able
24:42
to grow these drugs here in America
24:43
despite the fact that they could be that
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means that you’re gonna be pushing for
24:47
cartels drug cartels will be bringing in
24:49
their drugs to sell it on the black
24:51
market just like what spike was saying
24:53
when you have when you don’t have when
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you have welfare we have to where people
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can live off of one another that is
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another big incentive for people right
25:07
if I could come here and I can get free
25:08
health care why why would I go live in
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another country where I don’t get health
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care right we see this we see this even
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from people here in this country where
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they say look you know America is not
25:18
great because we don’t have free health
25:20
care we we should be like these other
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countries that have free health care we
25:24
want to and we the the left want to
25:28
incentivize people to be here by giving
25:30
them more things and so when we have a
25:33
giant overburdening welfare state or
25:37
system that’s just an incentive for
25:39
people being here
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so that’s two big reasons another big
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reason why people want to come here and
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we we’ve brought in people plenty of
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people from the Middle East as our
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forward policy our foreign policies our
25:53
wars around the world our military
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actions that many people don’t even know
25:59
about how many how many countries do you
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think that we’re in right now and how
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many countries are we in an armed
26:04
conflict within right now anyone right
26:08
it’s it’s it’s absurd and so we create
26:11
people that become that their entire
26:15
lives get turned upside down and then
26:17
they flee anywhere around the world that
26:19
they can get to so we we have so many
26:23
different methods that the American
26:26
government is incentivizing the illegal
26:28
illegal immigration and they never want
26:31
to actually address that what they want
26:32
to what they want to do is they want to
26:34
incentivize it but then they want to put
26:37
up barriers and try to prevent people
26:39
coming in and then they’re like oh I
26:40
don’t understand why there’s this crisis
26:42
I don’t understand why there’s so many
26:44
people all want to come here
26:47
well when you promise them everything on
26:49
a silver platter when you give them a
26:52
economic incentive to be here they’re
26:55
gonna be making decisions like that
26:57
they’re gonna be wanting to come here
26:59
whether they are actually truly an
27:02
economic migrant somebody that’s just
27:04
coming to work or if it’s somebody that
27:06
just knows that the grass is greener on
27:09
the other side and they want to come
27:10
here it we create this this burden in
27:14
this problem and and people can spawn up
27:17
and they get excited about let’s just
27:19
have the government solve the problem
27:21
that the government created and we we
27:24
keep getting into this this this level
27:27
of insanity where we just keep
27:28
advocating for the same thing to fix the
27:31
problem of the same thing it truly is a
27:35
it’s a spectacle it is a spectacle for
27:39
sure pardon me so
27:47
I’m just I’m ready for this whole entire
27:50
thing of the southern border to be done
27:52
and over with
27:52
I don’t think that the wall is coming so
27:54
I don’t I don’t think that we’re gonna
27:56
be seeing any big movement on there
27:59
but I can see at least that the numbers
28:01
are growing quite starkly and there
28:05
there certainly could be an issue there
28:06
and certainly right you have to worry
28:08
about health conditions you have to
28:10
worry about the livelihood of the Border
28:16
Patrol agents of of everyone else so get
28:22
why that song working
28:25
comic migrant is a greener grass migrant
28:26
that that is okay you know you got me
28:29
there
28:30
yeah me there but I would say that a
28:34
greener grass migrant could be somebody
28:36
that just believes in the the freedom
28:40
the freedom over here on the greener
28:42
grass and an economic migrant would be
28:44
somebody that’s coming for economic
28:45
purposes because their country is is a
28:48
quote unquote shithole and the welfare
28:50
state the drug war in the current
28:51
foreign policy initiatives and you saw
28:53
most immigration issues absolutely Shane
28:55
Sweeney welcome in my good sir you guys
28:57
don’t know who Shane Sweeney is he is
28:58
second vice chair of South s CLP
29:01
great man great guy I’m excited for your
29:04
for your your big day coming up here
29:07
your marriage to the state that’s right
29:10
I’m calling you out
29:12
here right now
29:17
thanks exit xtour slow man thanks for oh
29:21
wait no is that that might be that might
29:24
be mark if that’s mark welcome in my
29:27
good sir one I wonder if Guatemala
29:30
Honduras etc I think their countries are
29:32
exceptional – hmm who knows everyone
29:36
thinks that there are a little bit
29:37
better than the rest and certainly some
29:39
of them should not have such a
29:41
blasphemous idea
29:44
I’m sorry if you live in Venezuela and
29:46
you still have liked it I do
29:48
your country is the greatest country
29:50
ever you need to go figure out if you’re
29:52
wiping with toilet paper money again
29:54
so beard battle Oh Shane doesn’t want
30:00
that Shane does not want that that’s my
30:02
Union dude name all right welcome in
30:04
mark alright so Joe Biden Joe mines my
30:12
favorite my favorite guy that does my
30:14
least favorite things such as touching
30:16
little girls all the time
30:18
even after your promises hey I’m gonna
30:20
I’m gonna respect the space a little bit
30:22
until I get some shoulders that fuck me
30:26
um yeah Joe Biden Joe Biden comes out
30:33
and he’s like I still support the Hyde
30:35
Amendment now if you guys don’t remember
30:37
what the Hyde Amendment was the Hyde
30:38
Amendment is comes from back from what
30:43
was in 1973 1976 I apologize 1976 was
30:47
passed as part of a appropriations bills
30:51
for was now the Department of Health and
30:53
Human Services this is renewed every
30:56
year with occasional changes to the may
30:58
to the list of exceptions now what this
31:00
is is that this is preventing the
31:02
federal government from funding or
31:04
abortion something that a lot of people
31:09
agree with right I don’t have to you
31:12
know not to get into the pro-choice
31:13
pro-life thing my money doesn’t go to
31:16
your decisions my money doesn’t go to
31:19
whatever actions you deem to be fit this
31:23
is a form of redistribution of wealth
31:25
and in some small aspect now it’s not
31:28
full-on not a full-on big old thing but
31:33
it it certainly is one that that is
31:39
there right it’s it is
31:40
yes henry hyde it is certainly a big
31:43
issue and so the height act was there to
31:46
prevent this from from going on there
31:49
there was a small list of exceptions
31:50
such as incest or rape where medicaid
31:54
could be paying for this now Jill Biden
31:58
has been in support of this basically
32:00
since that they came around
32:02
he’s been on board with the idea that
32:04
the federal government shouldn’t be
32:05
supporting this and just over the last
32:07
week he comes out he says that again he
32:10
says I support this
32:12
Elizabeth Warren comes out was like I
32:14
had Joe Biden mmm you may be touching
32:17
little little girls and stuff like that
32:19
you may be touching older girls you may
32:21
be touching girls of all type but you
32:22
ain’t got nothing on me I’m fucking
32:24
honest boys and girls and so she’s like
32:26
no no let’s get rid of the hide act
32:29
let’s utilize federal tax money the
32:33
money that comes from all 50 states
32:35
let’s let’s bring that back to the women
32:37
let’s bring that back to to health care
32:40
let’s bring that back to reproductive
32:43
rights let’s get rid of the Hyde
32:44
Amendment
32:46
and she calls out Joe Biden and so Joe
32:49
Biden after receiving the big backlash
32:51
from the left how dare you how dare you
32:54
sir how dare you you dare say that the
33:03
tax money from all of the people across
33:05
this land should not be paying for
33:07
abortions and so Joe Biden does what Joe
33:12
Biden does best and that is touch a
33:14
little girl and then thought about it
33:16
tousled her hair a little bit and then
33:19
he goes all right
33:20
I’ve made my decision I’ve been thinking
33:22
about this boys and girls men and women
33:24
across the land I’ve decided that is
33:27
unacceptable
33:29
to believe in the hyde amendment we must
33:35
we must change
33:39
and so he is no longer on board with
33:42
this
33:45
he has completely flipped on the idea
33:48
and now he is in favor of federal funds
33:50
being used for abortion good thing Joe
33:55
Biden is so principled good thing that
33:57
Joe Biden can remain consistent on
34:00
anything but the things that we don’t
34:02
like him doing that anybody out there
34:03
shouldn’t like him doing but Joe Biden
34:05
does with Joe Biden does best and that
34:07
is go the way of the people because he’s
34:10
all about democracy I just moved that
34:12
picture hmm he’s all about democracy
34:15
guys he’s all about Oregon who just
34:18
passed the you know the I don’t care
34:22
about Oregon populace bill expected to
34:26
go to their governor here soon to say
34:28
look national popular vote that’s the
34:31
way we’re voting as soon as we get the
34:33
enough electoral votes and so Joe Biden
34:35
is man of democracy boys and girls he’s
34:37
not a fan of the republic he’s not a fan
34:39
of of individual liberty or anything
34:41
else he is a man that just says the left
34:43
tells me I have to toe this line and I’m
34:45
towing this line because I need that
34:48
opportunity I need the chance to really
34:51
come through and make sure that I become
34:53
president United States as the leader of
34:55
the the pack of 533 Democrats running
34:59
right now I gotta be in front go to your
35:02
comment real quick
35:03
spike Cohen anyone who thinks Biden is
35:06
going to keep his sudden promises to
35:07
progressives during a primary during a
35:10
primary I haven’t paid attention to his
35:11
promise to stop fondling little girls
35:14
hmm can he maintain this promise for
35:17
more than a month we will see stay tuned
35:20
boys and girls it’s time to see hmm
35:24
treating pregnancy like an illness or
35:26
accidental injury so let’s pay for it no
35:28
let’s not pay for it I’m not interested
35:30
in paying for people’s medical bills I
35:32
it’s okay let’s go through the medical
35:35
medical thing real quick the healthcare
35:37
thing I understand that there’s other
35:40
countries out there that don’t abide by
35:42
the idea of individual liberty I
35:43
understand that there’s countries out
35:45
there and I think that the collective is
35:46
more important than the individual I
35:48
understand that there’s countries out
35:49
there that have a much higher tax rate
35:51
than what we have here in America I
35:52
understand that there’s a lot of things
35:54
out there that other countries do that
35:56
America
35:56
but when it comes down to it here in
36:00
America
36:01
the presumption or the the idea that
36:04
this country is founded upon was
36:06
individual liberty and one of those
36:07
things means that you are responsible
36:09
for your life your liberty your pursuit
36:11
of happiness and the only thing that the
36:13
government should ever be doing it was
36:15
sarcasm okay but it’s fine we’re gonna
36:17
we’re gonna go through with this anyways
36:21
that one of the things that the
36:23
government should be doing and the only
36:25
thing that the government should be
36:26
doing is to protect life liberty and
36:28
pursuit of happiness not provide life
36:30
liberty and pursuit of happiness but to
36:31
protect it and so therefore on those
36:33
grounds the government is supposed to be
36:35
there and say look somebody wants to
36:37
infringe upon your life and somebody
36:39
wants to take away your liberties
36:41
somebody wants to take away your pursuit
36:43
of happiness or your property and they
36:45
should be there to help ensure that that
36:47
doesn’t happen so when it comes to
36:49
health care when it comes to any of the
36:51
welfare services when it comes to
36:52
anything where the government is getting
36:54
inherently intrinsically involved with
36:57
these things in the markets and the
36:59
health cares and and commerce and and
37:03
even even transactions outside of the
37:05
country these are really overstepping
37:08
the bounds of what the Constitution was
37:09
supposed to be in and certainly a
37:11
fundamental issue there so yes let’s
37:14
give let’s just keep him let’s keep the
37:16
government out of our health care all
37:18
right I wonder if we get by I wonder if
37:21
I would get in trouble if he placed his
37:23
hand on my daughter shoulder and I hit
37:24
him if I would get in trouble or if I
37:26
could claim he was assaulting my child
37:27
hmm I would I would I would not put it
37:31
past right I would I would do the same
37:34
thing I would be punching Joe Biden I
37:36
would be like Joe Biden we’re going
37:37
behind this locker room and I’m taking
37:39
you out hmm I understand the taxation is
37:44
theft it it’s not theft it’s extortion
37:48
he’s the designated heir of her heir of
37:52
President Obama he has to do what he
37:54
needs to be done to get elected
37:56
absolutely unless it’s gonna grab all of
37:59
them yes
38:01
Joe Biden is a bad guy all right Joe
38:05
Biden is is Joe Biden came in and one of
38:09
the things that he was really talking
38:10
about
38:12
one of the things that Joe Biden was
38:14
talking about when he was coming in
38:16
before he officially announced was that
38:20
he was a man that’s kind of in the
38:22
center that was gonna bring bring people
38:25
from the left bring people maybe from
38:27
the right that are disassociated with
38:29
Trump and and bring people to him
38:31
because he was more of a centrist and
38:35
now that he’s kind of or now that he is
38:39
the front-runner now that he’s got all
38:41
this support behind him because I think
38:43
Democrats really like people who touch
38:45
little girls I realize I’m harping on
38:49
that a lot but it’s I think it’s
38:50
grotesque enough that we can now that
38:54
not only he’s got all the support he’s
38:56
just driving so far to the left just
38:59
driving
39:03
and so I want to read this uh
39:05
Washington’s Washington State Journal
39:10
article joe biden’s advisors said a
39:13
month ago that he plan to pitch his
39:14
climate agenda to the middle ground
39:16
while either the middle ground or the
39:18
ground or both must have shifted because
39:20
on Tuesday the former vice president
39:23
unveiled a sweeping plan for a clean
39:25
energy revolution in an environmental
39:27
justice
39:28
it’s amazing whenever you put like a
39:31
word before justice right social justice
39:34
environmental justice economic justice
39:36
it’s never about justice it’s all about
39:39
virtue signaling if that’s really that’s
39:42
really what it is that’s really what it
39:46
is the direct price for this green fever
39:49
dream is 1.7 trillion dollars in federal
39:52
funds over ten years that’s less than
39:54
the three trillion proposed by
39:56
Washington governor governor jay Inslee
39:58
but it’s more than b2 O’Rourke’s 1.5
40:01
trillion plan 1 ok mr. Biden paid for by
40:06
reversing the excesses of the Trump tax
40:08
cuts for corporations reducing
40:11
incentives for tax havens evasions and
40:13
outsourcing and ensuring corporations
40:15
pay their fair share
40:17
closing other loopholes in other tax
40:20
increases that are unlikely
40:24
man so you hear that boys and girls Joe
40:28
Biden wants to raise your tax rates if
40:30
he doesn’t want to raise your tax rate
40:31
Singh directly he will raise the
40:34
corporate tax races or rates and then
40:36
you’ll have to pay the corporations more
40:38
money in order to purchase those goods
40:40
and services and so then you’re still
40:42
getting taxed at a higher rate
40:44
yeah Joe Biden thank you Joe Biden I’ve
40:50
always wanted to support somebody who’s
40:52
gonna raise my taxes even though I were
40:53
to pay effective rate of 40% taxes even
40:56
though I’m already giving you guys a
40:57
butt ton of my money every year I would
41:01
love to pay you more that’s exactly what
41:03
I would like to hear
41:06
hmm mr. Biden wants the u.s. to achieve
41:09
net zero carbon emissions by 2050 hmm
41:12
but mr. Biden didn’t you know that AOC
41:15
said that we only have 12 years left
41:17
that’s that’s that’s only 20 31 how are
41:21
we gonna be the zero and 2050 well I
41:24
guess we’re all dead that’s gonna work
41:26
right
41:26
we’re all dead and Joe Biden gets his
41:29
way he gets to write a book
41:31
he becomes a multi-millionaire it’ll be
41:34
like Bernie Sanders him and him and
41:36
Bernie Sanders sitting on a pile of cash
41:38
and money and gold coins like in uh what
41:41
was that it showed duck dynasty not duck
41:44
dynasty Wow Wow
41:46
doc tails whoa they’re sitting there on
41:49
a pile of money and duck tails and
41:52
they’re just saying oh you oh you guys
41:56
want to be rich like me you guys want to
41:58
be rich like me go write your own New
42:00
York Times bestseller
42:07
yet he offers little specifics about how
42:09
to get there on his first day he would
42:11
spy sign a series of new executive
42:13
orders with unprecedented reach to put
42:16
us on the right track Joe Biden says all
42:19
the cows are gonna be eliminated all of
42:21
the cars will be destroyed all of the
42:23
airplanes will be no more except for Air
42:25
Force One because I like that one maybe
42:27
marine one will keep we’ll keep the one
42:29
helicopter one airplane that’s it we’ll
42:31
get rid of everything we’ll destroy the
42:34
country we will quickly produce all the
42:37
solar panels and windmills that we could
42:39
ever want or desire over the next 50
42:41
hundred years and then we’ll destroy all
42:43
the oh the fossil fuel utilizing energy
42:48
producers we won’t implement nuclear
42:52
energy because that’s way too efficient
42:53
way too effective way too safe we gotta
42:57
stick to the solar panels we gotta stick
42:58
we gotta stick to the bird killing wind
43:01
turbines that’s what we need and just in
43:05
case you guys are curious no wind
43:06
turbines do not do not give you cancer
43:10
then he would ask Congress to pass an
43:13
enforcement mechanism requiring clear
43:15
legally binding emissions reductions a
43:18
carbon tax or cap-and-trade he doesn’t
43:21
say
43:24
dr. annecy works to the former veep
43:28
would rejoin the Paris agreement and
43:30
push to make it stricter in stop
43:33
countries from cheating by using
43:34
America’s economic leverage in other
43:37
words tariffs we can no longer separate
43:39
trade policy from our climate objectives
43:41
the plan says the Biden administration
43:44
will impose carbon adjustments fees or
43:46
quotas on carbon intensive goods from
43:49
countries that are failing to meet their
43:50
climate environmental obligations hmm
43:54
well if you guys don’t want to make it
43:56
we’re gonna destroy your economy we’re
43:57
gonna take away your ability to sell
43:59
your goods and services to another
44:02
country and then that will reduce your
44:05
emissions because now you’re not doing
44:07
as much work your country craps out
44:09
sorry sorry you guys live with one of
44:11
those quote unquote shit holes I
44:12
apologize I didn’t realize I didn’t
44:15
realize that that’s why you guys weren’t
44:16
advancing but sucks to suck guys we’re
44:19
at the 21st century you know the 19th
44:21
century all right all right
44:22
can we just quit just can you guys just
44:25
get with the program please for me I’m
44:27
Joe Biden I’m Joe Biden
44:32
you
44:37
the bulk of mr. byun’s document is a
44:39
wish list with dozens of bullet points a
44:41
sample developing rigorous new fuel
44:44
economy standards aimed at ensuring a
44:46
hundred percent of new sales for light
44:47
and medium duty vehicles will be
44:49
electrified
44:50
it doesn’t mean in the way of like an
44:52
electric fence where you hop in your car
44:54
you turn it on and suddenly you’re
44:57
electrocuted no of course he’s talking
44:59
about having electric made vehicles and
45:01
of course what would we generate all
45:03
that electricity with all fossil fuels
45:05
that’s right I’m sorry I’m sorry that I
45:07
ever got the idea that this was going to
45:09
having an electric vehicle was going to
45:11
make it somehow to where we have less
45:13
emissions not to mention that if we look
45:16
at things like the Prius Oriya or any of
45:18
the actual full-on electric vehicles
45:20
that if you get into a car accident
45:22
pretty early in the car’s life and you
45:25
actually total that vehicle you do more
45:26
damage with that car than what you would
45:28
do with the Dodge Ram 2500 diesel
45:30
Cummings with twin stacks out the back
45:32
shifted so you can roll coal every day
45:34
of the week
45:38
doesn’t matter because the front-loading
45:40
on being able to make and produce these
45:43
vehicles these electric vehicles right
45:45
now this day and age produces more
45:49
carbon emissions then rolling coal every
45:53
day of the week with the Dodge Ram 2500
45:58
and if that truck last for five years
46:01
ten years man thanks Joe Budden whoo all
46:07
right supporting these electric cars
46:10
with more than 500,000 new public
46:13
charging outlets by the end of 2030 so
46:15
we’ll have we’ll have more public
46:17
charging outlets it will have any way of
46:19
producing that because hmm’
46:21
making progress towards the completion
46:23
of the California high-speed rail
46:25
project so we’re gonna take that money
46:26
that Trump was trying to reject from
46:28
them or revolt from them send that back
46:30
down to California because California’s
46:31
got the right idea high-speed rail all
46:33
the way while starting the construction
46:35
of an end-to-end high-speed rail systems
46:37
that will connect the coasts hmm
46:41
spending four hundred billion dollars on
46:44
research and development to develop
46:46
game-changing technology such as small
46:48
modular nuclear reactors who in carbon
46:52
capture the question I like that that
46:57
the small modular nuclear reactors I
46:59
would love to have a small little
47:00
nuclear reactor in my house that’d be a
47:01
great time every time oh yeah baby
47:05
put that land in my house need I needs
47:07
it needs a couple more ten thicknesses
47:10
working towards a target of reducing
47:12
carbon footprint of the US base building
47:14
stock 50%
47:18
target of reducing the carbon footprint
47:21
of the u.s. building stock 50% by 2035
47:24
using zoning as a tool to battle climate
47:26
change by altering local regulations to
47:30
eliminate sprawl and allow for denser
47:31
more affordable housing near public
47:33
transit so there just want to
47:36
consolidate everyone in the country
47:37
sorry do you guys like having land do
47:39
you like having a couple acres of land
47:42
you’re gonna have to everyone tighten up
47:46
we’re gonna have one little Tower in
47:47
each city there’s gonna be a thousand
47:49
floors high and everyone’s gonna have to
47:51
live in this one building that way we
47:53
can make sure that everyone takes the
47:54
same bus to work band new oil and gas
47:58
permitting on public lands and waters
48:00
conserving 30 percent of America’s lands
48:02
and waters by 2030 oh man
48:05
yeah so Joe Biden he’s on top of it guys
48:09
he’s ready he’s ready to rock and roll
48:11
with this
48:15
south carolina with feds totally 40% tax
48:18
rate well hey I’m a slightly been
48:22
exaggerating I don’t exactly remember
48:23
the percentage of how much my taxes are
48:25
but it is much larger than what I would
48:27
would have hoped for all right plus 77
48:31
to 40 percents for the Social Security
48:33
trust a case much fun how do you all
48:35
live frugally pension pennies over here
48:40
if they really wanted nuclear they’ve
48:43
just deregulated and let companies start
48:45
building them the technology is 70 years
48:47
old and even the newest advances are 10
48:49
to 15 years old no need for research
48:52
yeah and I mean right now well with
48:56
nuclear power we’re looking at the old
48:59
technology the technology of chernobyl
49:01
of Three Mile Island and all those and
49:04
and anything that’s running right now
49:06
these are all fission reactors I’m sorry
49:09
yeah
49:10
fission reactors and so that means that
49:12
you’re having an excited little material
49:15
and that blows up that separates out and
49:18
that releases a bunch of energy and then
49:20
from that that’s where you you get the
49:23
heat which creates the spinny spinny
49:26
creates power and whatnot
49:28
research of the development if we can
49:31
figure out how to use fusion right
49:32
taking two cells bringing them together
49:34
you get a lot more energy out of that
49:37
and but the prop but the problem is is
49:40
it doesn’t occur nearly as often so it’s
49:42
it’s much more random you’ll have much
49:44
more higher spikes of power and a longer
49:47
lows so if we research and develop that
49:50
move towards the way of fusion we can
49:52
have larger energy sources with with
49:55
some pretty extensive research and
49:58
development but that would mean that we
49:59
would have to open that up to the free
50:01
market and allow the free market to make
50:02
these decisions because let’s face it
50:04
we’re a lot smarter than the government
50:07
is and I’m saying we as a collective the
50:09
three hundred and fifty million people
50:11
in this country are lot smarter as a
50:14
collective than the couple thousand
50:18
people in the federal government
50:21
so let’s just go ahead and let’s let’s
50:25
use our brains for a little bit and
50:27
allow more people to have have an
50:29
opinion to have a say in this nuclear
50:33
power is always a fun fun talk
50:40
all right
50:46
next up
50:50
we are going to talk about something
50:53
that I am I would say I’m passionate
50:55
about but something I’m excited about
51:00
I just say I’m not excited about but I’m
51:02
excited about I might have said that and
51:04
if I did that’s okay we will get over it
51:06
together but several united states
51:12
states
51:17
hold on
51:20
you guys you guys are gonna get this
51:22
several united states states several
51:28
united states states yeah good job
51:37
independent I’m here for you several
51:39
United States states could consider
51:41
legislation to decriminalize
51:43
prostitution you can tell that this was
51:46
was written in in in the UK land because
51:50
they
52:03
several USS states I can’t get over that
52:07
I’m sorry I need I need a moment I
52:11
didn’t catch that in the in the the pre
52:14
the pre-show and the checking of it at
52:16
the USS a hmm all right marijuana has
52:24
gone mainstream casino gambling is
52:26
everywhere in sports wagering is
52:28
widespread could prostitution be next
52:30
lawmakers across country are beginning
52:32
to reconsider how to handle prostitution
52:35
as calls for decriminalization are
52:37
slowly gaining momentum something I’ve
52:39
been a favor of right there’s nothing
52:40
wrong with two people consenting to have
52:42
sex nobody has an issue when two people
52:45
consent to having sex with each other
52:47
no one has an issue but as soon as you
52:48
slide that nickel over and you say hey
52:50
thanks oh that’s a legal sorry we’ve
52:59
recorded it we were giving her front
53:00
payment she’s a porn star oh I I’m sorry
53:03
sorry I got offended hey I will I will
53:07
call off the SWAT team I’ll get the ATF
53:09
out of here we’re sorry about your dog
53:15
decriminalization Bills have been
53:17
introduced in Maine and Massachusetts a
53:20
similar barrel bill is expected to be
53:22
introduced to the City Council in
53:23
Washington DC in June the lawmakers in
53:26
Rhode Island are held hearings in April
53:28
on a proposal to study the impact of
53:31
decriminalizing prostitution New York
53:34
may be next some Democratic lawmakers
53:36
are about to propose a comprehensive
53:39
decriminalization bill that would
53:40
eliminate penalties for both men and
53:43
women engaged in prostitution as well as
53:46
to John’s whom they service I think it’s
53:51
really I think it’s really offensive the
53:57
way that they just say that as well as
54:00
the John’s whom they serve I’m sure that
54:04
if we legalize prostitution or
54:07
decriminalize prostitution like in this
54:09
case I’m pretty sure to be more than
54:10
just John’s going out there and
54:12
purchasing a service from another person
54:15
I’m sure that there may be a Tim a Scott
54:18
a Bob maybe even a Sally or two
54:24
how dare they
54:26
how dad a spike Cohen’s got it rights so
54:31
basically they’re legalizing porn
54:33
without the cameras
54:37
this is about the oldest profession in
54:39
understanding that we haven’t been able
54:41
to deter or ended in millennium I think
54:46
it’s time to confront reality the New
54:49
York legislation appears unlikely to
54:51
pass in the coming months but the idea
54:53
of decriminalization has already amassed
54:55
a growing coterie a prominent supporter
54:59
suggesting that might continue to gain
55:01
traction the debate is unquestionably
55:03
polarizing in many circles even among
55:05
advocates for sex trafficked and abused
55:08
women who fear that creating a legal
55:10
path for prostitution will not eliminate
55:12
but rather encourage underground sex
55:16
trafficking because if you legalize who
55:19
you can go have sex with and and let’s
55:21
say you have a midget somebody who is
55:23
short in stature that may look like a
55:26
person of young age it wouldn’t be good
55:31
enough for people and certainly right
55:33
taking the risk out of it by allowing
55:34
people to have this market to open up
55:36
another market within this country
55:38
I’m sure means that those that are in
55:41
the in the in the black market they
55:44
would not see a drastic drop in their
55:48
customer service base I’m sure that
55:50
everyone would rather go to somebody
55:51
that they can’t really watch or that
55:56
they can’t really see any transparency
55:58
on that they they aren’t even positive
56:00
or sure that no one is is they’re gonna
56:05
go to the market that no one is
56:07
guaranteed to be clean that potentially
56:10
you could be handling the pimp
56:11
afterwards or the pimp could be handling
56:13
you you know people are gonna make the
56:17
decision where there’s a lot more risk
56:19
to it I really think that if if we look
56:24
at this in an in a serious way and
56:27
oftentimes we talked about this with the
56:28
the war on drugs then if you enable a
56:32
market by decriminalizing if you enable
56:34
people to be transparent with one
56:36
another and you say look I would like to
56:38
buy X drug I would like to buy X service
56:43
businesses are gonna want to provide
56:44
this to you and they’re gonna want to
56:46
take care of you and so in order to to
56:49
maintain you as
56:51
part of their customer base they’re
56:52
going to give you as much transparency
56:53
as possible they’re going to give you
56:55
the best service for the best I mean
56:58
they’re gonna give you the best bang for
57:00
your buck you know what I’m saying it’s
57:03
they are gonna be trying to take care of
57:05
you the customer and you’re just trying
57:07
to get your rocks off or if if you’re a
57:10
girl just trying to trying to get the DJ
57:13
scratch going but it’s I think
57:18
decriminalizing is certainly is the best
57:20
way because we would be fighting against
57:21
the black market we’d be reducing the
57:23
necessity for human trafficking and and
57:25
by doing that we can enable more people
57:28
to make poor decisions for themselves if
57:31
that’s what they decide to do go to your
57:34
comments it’s a moral government was
57:36
more was morality police big prison
57:39
industry is lobbying against
57:40
decriminalizing Vice yes yes absolutely
57:43
right of course the prison system likes
57:45
it whenever you have any reasons for
57:47
people to come and be a part of their
57:49
customer base they they’re protected and
57:52
they want to be able to provide that so
57:55
that right there they are they’re
57:58
sticking it to the people and they don’t
58:00
want you to have your freedoms to make
58:02
good or bad decisions for yourself
58:07
all right I promised you guys I was
58:10
gonna leave you on a cliffhanger and so
58:14
before I do that if there’s a topic that
58:18
I have not covered from this last week
58:20
if you have something you would like to
58:21
call in and talk about the phone number
58:24
is right there on top of the screen
58:25
eight zero two six seven one five three
58:28
two eight
58:33
Matt or Spike sent me a personal message
58:36
wire where are you seeing these comments
58:38
that aren’t on the chat feed well so for
58:41
some reason periscope is only populating
58:44
on my pull-out chat and then only
58:50
Facebook and YouTube is showing up on
58:53
the the video stream so between those
58:56
two I’ve got all of you guys and I think
58:58
that that’s the only way that we’re
58:59
gonna be able to function and continue
59:01
on but in the interim
59:06
I can’t get Facebook to ever ever accept
59:09
on there but yes if you guys want to
59:11
call in eight zero two six seven one
59:13
five three two eight and in the meantime
59:15
I do have one more story that I’m a
59:18
cover before before we get to the
59:21
cliffhanger oran lead you guys to the
59:23
edge and leave you questioning
59:27
everything
59:29
the parents of a Florida 12 year old
59:32
girl who called an uber to transport her
59:35
to a secluded location where she then
59:38
committed suicide are demanding changes
59:40
at the company regarding minors at a
59:43
press conference in Orlando parking
59:44
garage where the daughter’s body was
59:46
recovered
59:46
Leisha Chen and Ronald diamond told
59:50
reporters on Thursday that the company
59:52
should have done more to prevent banana
59:55
diamond or BB from getting there in the
59:57
middle of the night without her parents
59:58
knowledge that day of the uber driver
60:01
had done his job right we would have
60:03
seen the red flag because I was knew
60:05
where my daughter was that day if the
60:09
uber driver had done his job right I
60:12
believe that if you if you have the over
60:15
app on your phone if you were to open
60:17
that uber app right now and say I want
60:20
to go to this location I’m right here
60:23
the uber drivers job is to come to right
60:26
here to pick you up and then drive you
60:28
to said location his job is not to
60:32
question you his job is not to
60:34
interrogate you to figure out why you’re
60:36
going his job is to pick you up and to
60:38
drop you off so that day if the uber
60:41
driver has done his job right we would
60:43
have seen the red flag
60:47
he picked up the customer drove the
60:49
customer to the location he did the job
60:51
right you didn’t see the red flag
60:53
because why because I always knew where
60:57
my daughter was you didn’t know where
60:59
she was that night it’s not that I don’t
61:03
feel sympathy it’s horrible that your
61:05
daughter committed suicide but
61:09
you’re looking to blame uber for this
61:12
but need to reportedly download it a new
61:14
verse happened January while her mother
61:17
was asleep before hailing a car riding
61:21
to the close parking garage apparently
61:23
completing the trip without question
61:24
from the driver she paid the for the
61:26
ride using a gift card she got for
61:28
Christmas
61:31
benita then jumped to her death from the
61:34
parking garage located behind Orlando
61:36
City Hall according to The Sentinel her
61:38
trip occurred despite Ebers guidelines
61:40
the state drivers should check IDs of
61:42
those they perceive to be underage and
61:43
refuse service to unattended minors like
61:47
what string is saying down below my
61:49
friend drives uber and says many
61:50
divorced parents use them so to bring
61:53
kids so they don’t have to see each
61:55
other as a driver partner you should
61:58
decline the Rite of quest if you believe
62:00
the person requesting the ride is under
62:01
18 when picking up riders if you feel
62:04
they’re underage you may request they
62:06
provide a driver’s license or an ID card
62:08
for confirmation if a rider is underage
62:11
please do not start the trip or allowed
62:13
them to ride so I guess the Hoover has
62:14
their own clarification on that
62:19
it was slightly wrong but I think that
62:21
it’s certainly blaming uber for this is
62:24
still outside the realms of who to blame
62:29
if you’re a mom how dare you sleep while
62:33
your child lives while they exist but on
62:38
a serious note the family has not filed
62:40
a lawsuit and told reporters or Thursday
62:42
that they are interested in change that
62:45
the company not the money so if they
62:46
were already the guidelines there’s not
62:48
going to be really a change for the
62:49
company this will not happen to another
62:51
child or teenager if I don’t do anything
62:53
right now or this will happen to another
62:55
child if I don’t make sure Ober or lyft
62:58
or any share ride company enforces their
63:00
policy they have a policy in place but
63:02
if they don’t enforce it it’s useless I
63:04
could agree with that but the whole
63:08
entire thing right is that there’s
63:09
plenty of reasons why people take rides
63:11
and to say look if you’re under 18 you
63:14
can’t use our services what do you do if
63:16
you’re like 17 you’re working or if
63:18
you’re 16 you’re working
63:23
like that’s that’s really if who’s gonna
63:27
say look you’re you’re you’re not quite
63:29
old enough you’re not an adult I can’t
63:31
drive you do your work I can’t move you
63:33
around I think that’s kind of a an
63:36
overbearing system because now you have
63:37
to go through the regular taxi company
63:39
to get that and then which he also hold
63:41
what they hold the taxi company liable
63:44
like if if the child was able to find a
63:47
phone book somewhere in the world if
63:50
there are phone books that still exist
63:51
open it up find the taxi company called
63:54
them and I mean she was on her phone she
63:57
could have googled it
63:59
would it be the taxi company’s fault
64:01
like I just I look at this and it’s just
64:03
it’s just not not something it’s
64:07
certainly not something that I like
64:08
right I don’t like that that people are
64:10
committing suicide obviously suicide was
64:12
wrong it’s it’s not something that it’s
64:15
something that we as a community we as a
64:16
society we as individuals should be
64:19
working out there to try to make sure
64:20
that less people are committing suicide
64:21
not more and it’s it’s a problem
64:28
grow up their decision in their
64:30
consequences yeah
64:35
but going after uber for that I just I
64:38
don’t agree with it all right so it’s
64:42
time it’s time to leave you guys to bid
64:48
you all adieu with this last story
64:51
former arkansas state senator Linda
64:54
Colin Smith reportedly found shot to
64:57
death at her home I former Arkansas
65:00
state senator was reportedly found dead
65:02
at her home this week and the
65:04
authorities are investigating her death
65:05
as a homicide now the reason why I’m
65:10
gonna leave you guys
65:14
questioning everything is because she’s
65:18
not the only one that was shot and
65:21
killed in the last week
65:26
where was it there was a second
65:30
individual actually I’ve got it right
65:33
over here
65:35
there was a second individual two
65:37
Republican lawmakers Linda Collins and
65:39
Jonathan Nichols were both murdered in
65:41
their homes this week now both of these
65:44
individuals were working on a premise
65:48
they were working off of a premise in
65:50
trying to obtain information damning
65:52
information about sex trafficking
65:54
circles involving judges and both of
65:59
these individuals were murdered in their
66:01
own homes
66:03
obviously not the same home as one
66:05
another but they
66:09
it leads you down a path of questioning
66:12
right kind of it makes you wonder what
66:19
is actually going on to lead to two
66:23
people being shot and killed in their
66:25
own home thankfully they’re both not
66:27
saying that they’re suicide by two shots
66:28
at the back of the head because you know
66:31
that would be a Clintonesque kind of
66:32
thing but I have not seen the body and
66:34
the judges certainly when it comes to
66:37
Linda Collins have already sealed it up
66:39
in preventing in information from being
66:42
released on that one so I will leave you
66:47
guys with that you guys can form your
66:50
own thoughts your opinions on that one I
66:52
just I think it’s a it’s a scary scary
66:55
world out there so try to do the right
67:00
thing and sometimes you get shot you do
67:03
what you can and do to your best ability
67:06
and sometimes that’s enough to warrant a
67:10
45 or a nine or whatever whatever
67:12
caliber bullets that took these people
67:14
out so thank them for their service if
67:18
that’s if that was the path whether that
67:19
was the path or not that that led them
67:21
to their death thank them for for doing
67:25
what they could on that because
67:27
obviously sex trafficking circles are
67:30
bad okay and we gotta get through that
67:33
so with that guys I’m gonna wrap up the
67:35
entire week here from muddy waters media
67:40
we’re gonna start back up on Monday of
67:42
course with me mister murk of the beard
67:44
of truth Jason Lyon and then Tuesday
67:46
night with Spike and Matt on the muddy
67:50
waters of freedom show Wednesday night
67:52
with Spike Cohen on my fellow Americans
67:55
Thursday night with Matt Wright and then
67:57
finishing off the week with me once
67:59
again mr. Mercado beard of truth Jason
68:02
Lyon if you guys have not been following
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68:59
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69:01
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69:05
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69:08
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69:09
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69:12
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69:13
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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