Mr Bearded Truth 23 – Torpedoes in the air and Dean’s underwater.

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Jason discusses the eerily similar discussion of The Gulf of Tonkin situation that happened to two Japanese oil freighters. We also cover a gruesome ending of John Dean during his testimony before the House.


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01:33
oh right welcome in everyone hope you
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guys are doing well my name is Miss
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murca the bearded truth Jason line thank
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you guys for coming in today
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it’s Friday wonderful Friday is always
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excited to wrap up the week with you
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guys if this is your first time tuning
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in
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I am your neighborhood friendly
01:51
libertarian talking to you about
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politics and social issues not just here
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in the country but also around the world
01:57
I’m excited for today we’ve got a lot to
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talk about but first but first the the
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big thing that I want to really bring to
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you guys is one thing about
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libertarianism is reaching out and
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helping out others and doing as much as
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that we can through voluntary means and
02:15
down there in in in beautiful Florida we
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have stateside column and this stateside
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is a kava bar that is doing a new
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operation that I think is really
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important it’s vital it’s it’s not a
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handout but a hand up for people who
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actually want to make the world or not
02:41
make the world but better themselves and
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and be able to to take your charitable
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and voluntary donations in order to make
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it better so stateside kava is doing
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what is called Operation p.o box
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now when operation Pio boxes is the the
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guys down at stateside kava are going to
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be going through in finding some some
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local homeless people for them down in
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Indian Shores Florida they’re gonna find
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some homeless people that are looking to
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better their lives looking to go out and
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get jobs looking to to break free of the
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horrible situations that they are in and
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they do this from help from you so state
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the guys down estates I cover are going
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to be opening up peel boxes for the
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homeless and this will be a means in
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which II you regardless of where you are
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around the country can send in gift
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certificate or announce gift
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certificates but gift cards or send food
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sand
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sent products and whatever it is that
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you can to these individuals which will
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also enable them by having these P o
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boxes it will enable them to be able to
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get a driver’s license which then
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they’re in the state of Florida they
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could take their driver’s license that
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they have a cheat or obtained because
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they have APO box and now they can
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actually go out and get legal employment
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now they can start breaking that cycle
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all through your help so if you guys
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would like to help out with operation P
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o box go find the stateside Cava
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on Facebook and you can get in touch
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with them and they’ll be able to help
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you out as this rolls out so this is
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this is a brand new operation it’s a big
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new thing to help out those who who
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could really utilize a hand up so anyone
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and everyone who wants to find them you
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can go to facebook.com slash stateside
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facebook.com slash stateside kava bar go
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reach out to them go help out I am
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incredibly thankful that you know we
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don’t get to just stay here and talk
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about it at muddy waters media we don’t
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just say here and the guys down there at
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stateside kava are just talking about it
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we’re actually going out and doing
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something about it so if you guys can
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check out our stateside kava on Facebook
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helped out with operation peel box it
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would be greatly appreciated so thank
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you guys all for that and now to
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continue on with our normal program our
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normal show I want to give another big
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shout out to muddy waters media for
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giving me a platform to come out here
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and talk to you guys about politics and
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social issues give you my views my
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opinions and my principles all based
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around bringing it back to to you the
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individual tonight’s show we have the
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torpedoes that flew up into the air and
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helped ensure that we would be looking
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at the future with a war with Iran
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hopefully hopefully this is not a gulf
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of tonkin
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situation but time will tell
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we’re also gonna be covering the house
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Jerry Nadler the House Judiciary they
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brought in John Dean for questioning in
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order to assert his his deep deep
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understanding of the Mueller probe of
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the Mueller investigation and I want to
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take a quick snippet from there and have
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Jim Jordan have Jim Jordans line of
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questioning with John Dean I thought it
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was it was beautifully done and I want
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to bring that up to you guys
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President Trump today came out and
06:40
talked about how he’s going to work to
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fix health care in this country so we’re
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gonna cover that as well as some of the
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responses there and Sarah Huckabee
06:48
Sanders the White House press secretary
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is vacating the premises she is out the
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door and that of course is something
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worth discussing a little bit so we’ve
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got we’ve got a couple good stories
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coming up here within the hour thank you
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guys all for being here once again
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wrapping up the week with me it is
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always always always greatly appreciated
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happy birthday as Donald Trump today
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Shane makes a great point without the
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government who would help the homeless
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hashtag we will and to use another line
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from Shane we will pick up the shovel
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and we will dig we will make the changes
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and we will do what is what is important
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and what is vital for our societies for
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our communities and that is us so
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regardless if you’re a Democrat
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libertarian or republican we can all do
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our best in order to help out those
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around us welcome in Pat all right guys
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let’s let’s get started
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at first I I think I want to start off
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with Jim Jordan I think I think this
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would be the best way to get started so
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the House Judiciary is still stuck on
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the idea that we need to push the
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narrative we need to push the the view
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that we must impeach President Trump the
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Mueller report
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have vindicated President Trump on the
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idea that he committed some kind of
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action in order to accept Russia in
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order to take in their help that he was
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colluding with them he was he was
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vindicated on the fact that he was not a
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part of that but Jerry Nadler and the
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Democrats are not satisfied with that
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because Trump is still in office and so
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one of the things that they wanted to do
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and certainly people who’ve been in this
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kind of training know that you want to
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start undermining the administration in
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any way possible so they bring in John
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Dean
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now John Dean if you guys look back at
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the the time of Nixon when Nixon was
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being impeached you had CJ
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John Dean you’d see his name pop up John
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Dean was was somebody that was indicted
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and pled guilty
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– obstructing justice he was a one of
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the individuals taken down during the
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Nixon Watergate scandal and we’ll find
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out or hear a little bit more about John
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Dean from
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from Jim Jordan but I think that the big
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thing that we need to to see is that the
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Democrats are pushing a partisan view a
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and and so they bring in partisan
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figures in order to make this work so
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here we have this is going to be opening
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up with Jerry Nadler giving the time or
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allowing representative Jim Jordan from
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Ohio to speak to this old guy Bernie
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Sanders look-alike
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John Dean speaker Pelosi and I had a
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chance to discuss impeachment mr. Dean
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who wrote that I did 19 excuse me one
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month ago may 11 2009 teen haven’t we
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been too long and not giving Trump a
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meaningful although I’m oh I’m a back
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this up for one second I feel like when
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he said 19 I I feel like he was thinking
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about 1984 but it was just that little
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thing that uh that I heard a couple
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times while I was watching this earlier
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Trump a meaningful monitor should have
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be deranged on deadbeat Don demagogue
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Don thoughts please comments mr. Dean
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who wrote that I assume that was mine it
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was yours 19 May 22nd 2019 there was
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this we are witnessing Trump’s massive
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cover-up of his criminal behavior as
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POTUS he’s incapable of accomplishing
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anything mr. Dean you know who wrote
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that
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now what Jim Jordan dude is doing right
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here is he’s taking the credibility of
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John Dean and he’s trying to undermine
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it right John Dean who’s been on Twitter
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those were were his remarks John Dean is
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somebody that is a a hyper political
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person he is a partisan he’s been
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against the Republicans in a lot of ways
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and here we see no difference that he is
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has been opposed to President Trump and
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he has been opposed to too many people
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TV teen was a good son he made just me
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breakfast all the time yeah
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and and so what Jim Jordan is doing here
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and and I think that he does a good job
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of it is he lays out the stances of what
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John Dean has and his views by talking
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about those tweets now during this
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entire video I want you guys to pay
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attention to this guy right here over
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over John Dean’s right shoulder his
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facial expressions try to try to figure
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out what his internal monologue is right
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here because I think I think it does get
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pretty interesting her facial
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expressions do get interesting but his
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his ones right here this guy right here
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he is the big focus that I’ve been I’ve
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been watching I’m sorry I don’t know if
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I’m I was on the right screen but this
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guy right here he’s the guy that I’ve
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been watching he provides a lot of good
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entertainment if you are one of those
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creative individuals just trying to
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figure out what somebody else is
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thinking by the views that they are by
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the facial expressions that they make
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respect that was me again as POTUS as
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president of the United States he
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Donald Trump is incapable of
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accomplishing anything when you made
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that now here’s what Jim Jordans gonna
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do all right Jim Jordan took that a
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little part and he talks about in the
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tweet where it was POTUS is incapable of
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doing anything now Jim Jordan is going
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to do some things that are really
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President of the United States President
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Trump had no real ability to make these
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changes but he’s given these credit he’s
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given this credit and this is something
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we’ve talked about many times we’ve
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we’ve spoken about how the president
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United States is not somebody that can
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create jobs or yeah they cannot create
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jobs now they can of course ruin jobs
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they can take away jobs take a destroy
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jobs but it’s not it’s not their actions
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that actually enabled new jobs when you
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do like what President Trump did now
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here let live let him speak for a second
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and then we’ll get back into it I’ll
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fully explain that what you have in mind
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you thinking about the 3.2 percent
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economic growth weight rate we had the
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last quarter think about the fact we got
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the lowest unemployment 50 years how
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about the fact the hostages are back
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from North Korea maybe you were thinking
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about this when you said
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President of the United States was
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incapable of doing anything were you
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thinking about the fact that the embassy
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is now in Jerusalem I mean I think about
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this one every single candidate for many
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cycles as I can remember Republican and
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Democrat have promised the American
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people you elect me we’re gonna move the
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embassy to Jerusalem guess what they get
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elected they come up with a million
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reasons why they can’t do what they said
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they were gonna do but this president
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didn’t the embassy is now in Jerusalem
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so I’m just wondering what were you
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thinking about when you said he’s
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incapable of accomplishing anything now
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whenever whenever you have somebody
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that’s going to ramble off a bunch of
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facts like in the way that Jim George
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did many of those things are true for
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the society that we’re living in right
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now for the economy that we’re living in
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and and certainly we did move the US
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Embassy from Tel Aviv over to Jerusalem
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that is something that as he accurately
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described as Democrats and Republicans
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for a long time have been have been
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pushing for that but but when it comes
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to the economic parts the way that
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President Trump could get the credit was
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he was cutting 22 regulations for
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everyone
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created during his first year in office
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that has been dying down if he’s gonna
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take credit for those then I’m wondering
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if he’s also going to take credit for
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the jobs lost if if we’re going to give
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credit whenever we have the growth then
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we have to we have to look at at the
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negative side right the the negative
15:29
ramifications from the terror force that
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have already been imposed or the threats
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of new tariff wars and those lost there
15:35
those jobs that are lost those families
15:37
that are negative negatively impacted by
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these that’s not going to be for our
15:42
betterment Shane Sweeney says if the
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economy is so great why is Trump so
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afraid of the Federal Reserve raising
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interest rates now this is this is one
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of those interesting things where we
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just accept the Federal Reserve for what
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it is but at the core of what Shane is
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asking there I think is a very valid
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question why are we afraid of what the
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Federal Reserve might do well the
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Federal Reserve
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can hide up a booming economy by
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increasing interest rates and they can
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also make a economy seem bigger and
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better than what it is just by merely
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lowering the interest rates so it’s it’s
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really interesting that we have a an
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entity a group of people that are
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capable of of fundamentally of
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fundamentally changing how the economy
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is working in hiding or embolden the
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system that they’re governing over and
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we have no way of governing them and so
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I think the Federal Reserve is one of
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those things that Ron Paul was right and
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and anyone else who drops a hashtag and
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the Fed and all those things I think
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that they’re really on it on a good
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basis there because there’s absolutely
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no control right we don’t have control
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over Congress we don’t have control over
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the president we don’t have control over
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any of our government officials and we
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have even less over the Federal Reserve
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they have way too much power they have
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way too much control over our daily
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lives and they are not accountable to it
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in the slightest so thank you thanks for
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that Shane it was a really good point
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all right let’s get back into it as I
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have a hand down here for Men’s
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Wearhouse under the parliamentary rules
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of the house who but this president
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didn’t the embassy is now in Jerusalem
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so I’m just wondering what were you
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thinking about when you said he’s
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incapable of accomplishing anything mr.
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Jordan I think that under the
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parliamentary rules of the house
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I’m refrained from addressing a full
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answer to your question all right so
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he’s basically trying to find the rules
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in which he doesn’t have to answer he’s
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he’s trying to he’s able to cherry-pick
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what is allowed and what is not allowed
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and the interesting thing about this
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right John Dean is trying to use that in
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order to protect himself right I don’t
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have to explain to you why it is the way
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that I the things that I say the actions
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that I do might be use my bias anything
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like that I don’t have to do that
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because there’s there’s some rules out
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there that protect me from doing so
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right house the House and the Senate
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both get to create their own rules they
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get create their own
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structuring and and by doing so right
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John Dean understands exactly how to get
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away from that right this is somebody
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who was indicted in the past for
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obstructing justice and now he’s just
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he’s not obstructing the justice he’s
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just not allowing for the justice to
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breathe
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you weren’t you weren’t refrain and if
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you didn’t hear that I’ll back it up one
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more time as he finishes it you have a
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uproar an uproar of laughter an uproar
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all the Democrats and and I think as
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lawyers maybe like two or three other
18:55
people just an uproar laughter because
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oh look at that
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John Dean got one over on Jim Jordan but
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but like most times whenever the
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Democrats come out there and start
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laughing and they think it’s over like
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him or not like Jim Jordan or not Jim
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Jordan is one of those guys that manages
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to really take it back and and hit back
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whenever it’s a situation like that and
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so let’s see if Jim Jordan magically
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pulls away with this and I think we all
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know that he does my tweets are not
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subject to the parliamentarian or
19:36
subjugate a mine in the perspective you
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bring to this hearing and I think the
19:39
American people understand let me ask
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you this then did you so the frame of
19:43
mine right the the inner workings of
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this guy that’s what he’s questioning
19:47
with those tweets from before Michael
19:50
Cohen prior to mr. Cohen’s testimony to
19:52
con Davis or Michael listen to this
19:58
question is dead
19:59
did you give advice to Lanny Davis or
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Michael Cohen prior to mr. Cohen’s
20:02
testimony to Congress did you give any
20:06
support to Lanny Davis or Cohen before
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his testimony
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no no what you said on Erin Burnett show
20:16
the night before mr. Cohen testified in
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front of the Oversight Committee that
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Michael Cohen should you said you had
20:21
talked to Lanny Davis and that Michael
20:23
Cohen should hold his testimony as long
20:25
as possible from Republicans you didn’t
20:27
say that to mr. Davis you said it on an
20:29
Erin Burnett show the night before I
20:31
lied it was testify didn’t say it
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directly to mr. Cohen was your question
20:35
it wasn’t Michael so right there caught
20:38
him in a lie so I think this is
20:39
important absolutely not he’s because
20:42
Jim Jordan wanted to box him in because
20:44
Jim Jordan was is not doing that for
20:46
that quick hit that that quick gotcha
20:49
moment because Jim Jordan is doing this
20:51
with a plan with
20:52
with with precision right he’s able to
20:57
give John Dean the opportunity to not
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lie before Congress and it’s getting him
21:02
to clarify because this is going to be
21:04
important to Davis or Michael : prior to
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mr. Cohen’s testimony to Congress yeah I
21:11
have known Lanny Davis for almost a
21:15
couple decades and we have talked about
21:18
it and I did say as soon as you turn
21:22
your testimony over it will be picked
21:24
apart the Watsons guys instructed
21:26
Michael Cohen’s lawyer to keep
21:28
information from now Jim Jordan is gonna
21:31
do something that is pretty partisan but
21:35
he takes what he just said right oh well
21:39
you know everything you’re gonna say is
21:40
being torn apart from from John Dean Jim
21:45
Jordans is now going to come out and
21:47
he’s gonna re reimagine this for you
21:50
he’s gonna recreate what was just said
21:52
he’s gonna give a nice little synopsis
21:54
and it does go into the partisanship but
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I don’t think that it’s inaccurate what
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he’s about to say Republicans to
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instruct the committee work that we were
22:03
doing in the Oversight Committee just a
22:04
few months ago you told that to Michael
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Collins lawyer I didn’t quite phrase at
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that I know you know what they took your
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advice I’m sorry they took your advice
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yeah yeah mr. Cohen kept his testimony
22:16
from us for as long as possible but you
22:18
know what else mr. Cohen did that day
22:20
lied lied seven times after he was after
22:25
John was just caught in a lie was
22:27
allowed was given the opportunity in
22:29
order to to correct himself I think that
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it’s stupid whenever anyone goes up to
22:33
those gotcha moments I real quick anyone
22:37
who goes after those quick gotcha
22:38
moments let me just ask a question you
22:40
give a quick answer and then try to get
22:42
you on that I don’t think that that was
22:43
Jim Jordan’s expectation but I could
22:47
imagine when this would be a stance they
22:51
either Republicans or Democrats would
22:52
take on their opposition I think that
22:54
having having a question asked in that
22:55
way and then giving getting the quick
22:58
answer and having that be be inaccurate
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I think that’d be grounds for for some
23:03
individuals to be like oh look at that
23:04
it was a lie under off
23:05
under oath and I don’t think Jim Doran
23:07
was doing that here but I think that
23:10
needed to be a quick clarifying thing
23:12
and this is this is what I think
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concerned so many Americans this is what
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concerns I think so many Americans about
23:19
the work that’s going on in this
23:20
Congress this 116 the first the first
23:24
announced witness of the 116th Congress
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is Michael Cohen guy sits in prison
23:28
today for lying to Congress today
23:31
chairman Adler brings in front of
23:33
Judiciary Committee a guy to talk about
23:34
obstruction of justice who went to
23:36
prison in 1974 for obstructing justice
23:41
okay but he said brings in the guy who
23:46
went to prison for obstructing justice
23:47
right there’s there’s two charges there
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it’s beautiful watch this I did not go
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to prison I did not go to prison doesn’t
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deny the other one but I did not go to
23:59
prison okay you pled guilty to
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obstruction of justice glad you got to
24:02
stay out of prison then I guess what
24:03
bothers me the most though is this
24:06
committee’s fair to investigate how the
24:09
whole Trump Russia thing started this is
24:12
Judiciary Committee we’re supposed how
24:14
this whole thing began and I said this a
24:17
few weeks ago but I want to remind this
24:18
committee what the Attorney General the
24:20
United States said eight weeks ago when
24:23
he testified in front of the Senate said
24:26
four important things about the
24:29
beginnings of the Trump Russia
24:30
investigation she said there was a
24:31
failure of leadership at the upper
24:32
lashline of the FBI his words not mine
24:34
upper echelon that’s certainly true
24:36
Comey McCabe Baker struck page they’ve
24:38
all been fired demoted like building
24:40
can you imagine ramble off names like
24:42
that of the higher end of what’s
24:46
supposed to be like the most prestigious
24:49
Investigation Bureau in your country and
24:52
just we just have a slew of people we
24:54
have a plethora of people that we had to
24:56
demote or remove from office now we
25:00
still got a lot of faith in them don’t
25:01
worry don’t worry we’re just Americans
25:03
we’re the sheeple twice he said there’s
25:11
a basis for his concern about the spying
25:13
that took place and he used two terms
25:17
that again I think this committee should
25:19
find frightening it should be looking
25:21
into there’s Jerry now they’re trying to
25:23
silence and political surveillance scary
25:26
terms so the good news is even though
25:29
this Congress has memorandums of
25:31
understanding between the key committee
25:33
chairmen on how they’re gonna coordinate
25:35
their attack on the president even
25:36
though this Congress first big witness
25:38
first big hearing Michael Cohen a guy
25:40
who sits in prison for lying to Congress
25:43
can we just can we stop and talk about
25:45
this guy for a second he’s like I’m
25:47
gonna be sitting on c-span I’m gonna be
25:49
sitting on all the major media’s and I’m
25:51
just gonna I’m just gonna stay here and
25:53
I’m not gonna do my hair
25:54
this morning I’m gonna I’m gonna come in
25:55
looking all ruffled I am I am the
25:59
peacock guys I am the peacock check me
26:04
out and he looks like you know half
26:07
awake but he probably did just literally
26:10
roll out of bed comes in and it’s it’s
26:13
not a good day for him but we continue
26:15
and even though we now have a guy
26:17
testifying about obstruction of justice
26:18
who pled guilty to obstruction of
26:21
justice we should be looking into the
26:24
things bill bars look at now the good
26:25
news is mr. Durham is doing that but
26:28
this is this is the part I think that
26:30
frustrates so many mr. chairman I would
26:32
hope the Judiciary Committee in the
26:34
history this committee has for
26:35
protecting fundamental liberties would
26:37
begin to look into those key issues the
26:39
whole premise for how this Trump Russia
26:41
investigation started in the first place
26:44
and I’ll finish again with this in the
26:46
flood wrote a letter to the Attorney
26:47
General a few weeks back made an
26:50
important point he said we would all do
26:53
well to remember if they can do it to a
26:56
president imagine what they can do to
26:58
you and me that right there that what he
27:01
just said if they can do this to a
27:04
president imagine what they can do to
27:07
you and me this is this is exactly what
27:11
I’ve been telling you guys about
27:12
literally everything if you call it
27:14
confirmation bias call it whatever you
27:16
want to call it but this is exactly
27:18
widely BIRT Aryans are exactly who they
27:21
are this is exactly why I take the
27:23
stances that have been taking time and
27:25
time and time and time again the idea
27:29
that they can do this against the
27:30
highest echelon of the government means
27:34
that you the individual they care even
27:37
less about you they don’t they don’t
27:39
worry about you at all right you get you
27:43
get body backed you get suicided two
27:47
times so the back of the head you get
27:49
you get just wiped off the face of the
27:52
earth you get your civil rights taken
27:54
away without due process you have all
27:56
these atrocious things done against you
27:59
nobody cares but they do it against a
28:02
president they do it against the the
28:05
high highest members of our government
28:09
and people cheer this on people cheer
28:13
this on now I am all in favor of holding
28:16
people accountable I am all in favor of
28:18
saying look you committed a crime let’s
28:20
let’s hold your feet to the fire just as
28:22
you would hold our feet to the fire
28:23
let’s stop holding having a different
28:25
standard it’s at stop having a double
28:29
standards for one set of standards for
28:33
the people and one set of standards for
28:34
government officials
28:38
if you if we can say if we’re gonna
28:42
Animal Farm this
28:44
that everyone is equal and some people
28:46
are more equal than others and obviously
28:47
elected members of government are
28:50
certainly more equal than us and and
28:54
they’re getting destroyed then what’s
28:56
stopping them from destroying you I’ll
29:00
let him finish
29:01
imagine what they can do to regular
29:03
citizens across this great country that
29:05
should be what this committee most
29:07
safeguards and most protects and instead
29:09
we got memorandums of understanding
29:11
between the chairmen we got Michael
29:14
Cohen testifying for seven hours getting
29:16
advice from the witness here on struck
29:18
ting the committee work and not sharing
29:19
the information with us in a timely
29:21
fashion and now we got John Dean 45
29:24
years ago went to pled guilty to
29:27
obstruction of justice and now coming
29:30
into enlightened the Judiciary Committee
29:32
on obstruction
29:33
did you notice like as soon as you today
29:35
he smirked a little bit cuz he’s like
29:36
yeah I didn’t go to prison boys I had to
29:39
not go to prison I didn’t get my booty
29:42
hole touch I didn’t have a single
29:43
problem Matt badges I just move on and
29:46
did my thing but then he gold because he
29:50
realized he realized that his entire the
29:55
entire persona around him
30:00
he got body backed it John Dean’s entire
30:05
credibility for that entire day was
30:07
wasted was destroyed by Jim Jordan in
30:10
this line of questioning I really do
30:12
think that out of out of the entire day
30:14
Jim Jordan did the best did the best job
30:18
of you can call political theater you
30:20
could call it actual politics whatever
30:21
it is that you want to call it he did
30:23
the best at destroying done John Dean
30:26
and he was extremely effective at doing
30:29
so so four seconds left all that over
30:31
and out justice well we could be going
30:33
right to the start of how this whole
30:34
thing started I yield back
30:37
John Dean rest in peace 613
30:45
rest in peace because you surely didn’t
30:48
leave us in peace just absolutely body
30:51
bag just destroyed Jim Jordan did did an
30:57
excellent job on that destroy the
30:59
credibility let him let him come out and
31:02
prove that he was standing once again on
31:05
the side of obstructing justice now John
31:08
Dean has also written two books now this
31:10
was something I don’t I think that Jim
31:14
Jordan had talked about it in this one
31:16
night I may have missed it but I know
31:17
other other members of the house had
31:20
talked spoken about this John diamond
31:22
wrote in two other books after being a
31:26
part of the Nixon administration and you
31:29
know in pleading guilty to obstruction
31:31
of justice he then goes on to write two
31:35
books and make make a profit off of the
31:40
idea that George George Bush was just as
31:46
bad as Nixon or no sorry those George HW
31:49
books J George HW Bush was just as bad
31:53
as Nixon and then he went after george w
31:55
bush for for the iraq war so he wrote
31:59
two books going after republicans and
32:02
that was brought up that was that was
32:04
another big thing right those guys just
32:06
trying to make monetary gain he’s just
32:08
trying to come out here and build up his
32:11
name and Jerry now there’s playing along
32:13
with it isn’t that some dirty crony
32:15
capitalism if I ever heard it right the
32:18
idea that you have the state bringing in
32:20
a guy that’s going to make make money
32:23
off of the ideas that he’s pushing the
32:25
narrative that he’s been pushing and it
32:27
happens to coincide with the narrative
32:29
that the Democrats are trying to push so
32:30
when all of these things just come
32:32
together serendipitously it just works
32:36
out he makes a little he makes a better
32:39
book he gets more publicity he makes
32:41
more sales he pushes it back
32:42
you know everybody wins at the end of
32:44
the day and potentially you could lead
32:46
to the public hating Trump enough and
32:48
you know destroying the credibility I
32:51
really think that this was a pointed
32:52
attack this was the continuing of the
32:55
narrative
32:56
at the that President Trump is nefarious
33:00
and is out there just to destroy the
33:03
country to fill up his pocketbooks and
33:06
everything else and Jim Jordan and a
33:10
couple others that had really thwarted
33:11
this that it was literally a bomb that
33:14
they were trying to blow up on Trump and
33:16
it blew up in their faces
33:17
so Jim Jordan does a great job on that
33:20
tonight or not tonight but right during
33:22
that day I want to progress on talking
33:27
about another big blow up Sarah’s
33:31
Huckabee Sanders is now leaving she is
33:33
leaving after three and a half years our
33:36
wonderful Sarah Huckabee Sanders will be
33:38
leaving the White House at the end of
33:40
the month and going home to the great
33:41
state of Arkansas tweeted out president
33:43
Trump yesterday
33:45
Sarah Huckabee Sanders has been the
33:48
depending on what side of the ally Iran
33:50
she’s been the person that everyone
33:53
loves where everyone hates she had the
33:55
job of being president Trump’s press
33:59
secretary that is not that is not in any
34:03
way an easy job that is not in any way a
34:06
job that many people will envy as we’ve
34:09
covered Sarah Huckabee Sanders and her
34:11
responses and her press meetings she has
34:14
been one of those that is had to always
34:19
be one step ahead she’s always had to
34:21
figure out what Trump was gonna be on on
34:23
the next day where he was she had to
34:26
have that mental the mental link between
34:29
the two between her and the president
34:31
because if she missed stepped and we saw
34:35
this from other other members of the
34:37
administration she missed stepped that
34:39
meant a huge blowback against her and
34:41
against the president so she had a very
34:43
very difficult job and and I think that
34:47
certainly under those circumstances
34:49
Sarah Huckabee Sanders did a great job
34:51
not always necessarily a big fan of her
34:54
yes she has she has said lies she was
34:59
one of those individuals that was
35:00
pointed out in the Mueller report as
35:03
saying one thing to the public and then
35:06
testifying in a
35:07
way to the Mueller team so I but
35:12
nonetheless I think that she did an
35:14
excellent job and I want to want to go
35:16
through here with you guys a little bit
35:17
so first off this is from the New York
35:20
Times and if you don’t think that they
35:22
are partisan at all
35:23
I’m sorry the Washington Post OOP Sarah
35:27
Sanders was the disdainful queen of
35:30
gaslighting this is from Margaret
35:33
Sullavan ooh
35:34
Margaret you’re so edgy ooh don’t cut
35:37
yourself on the edge there girl she was
35:40
not the only one to come out and to
35:42
attack so this is from Desert News Sarah
35:45
Sanders is now lead to the White House
35:47
here’s how the media and politicians
35:48
reacted of course president Trump as I
35:50
was reading she’s a very special person
35:52
with extraordinary talents who has done
35:54
an incredible job I hope she decides to
35:56
run for governor of Arkansas she would
35:58
be fantastic that’s right if you are one
36:01
of those individuals if you are one of
36:03
those individuals that can talk to the
36:04
public real good if you can talk Bigley
36:08
if you can talk about big walls and you
36:12
can smack reporters around you’d be a
36:14
fantastic governor of Arkansas
36:19
I don’t know how those two correlate but
36:21
so Donald Trump is endorsing her for
36:23
becoming governor of Arkansas we will
36:25
see what happens with that here we go
36:28
with a Senator Lindsey Graham he of
36:31
course is right now as 2020 is coming up
36:34
as there are murmurs of him getting
36:36
primaried and he certainly should be
36:39
Lindsey Graham of course takes the side
36:41
of President ROM I really appreciate the
36:44
terrific job that press secretary Sarah
36:46
Sanders has done at the White House for
36:48
over two years she’s dealt with the
36:49
hostile press for an insatiable
36:51
insatiable desire to go after the Trump
36:54
administration for everything under the
36:56
Sun ie Trump derangement syndrome Sarah
36:58
has been tough informed in a great spoke
37:00
spokesperson for the president she
37:02
should take pride in service rendered
37:03
Sarah will be missed in a tough act to
37:05
follow
37:06
I agree it will be a tough act to follow
37:08
but that’s that’s interesting
37:10
bench fair of course is still on the
37:12
mooch scary Moochie governor Mike
37:17
Huckabee said he was proud of his
37:19
daughter of course he is
37:21
governor Mike Huckabee has always been
37:23
on the side of Trump for a lot of things
37:24
and certainly when his daughter was
37:26
there which was the whole time he
37:28
maintained on that Megan Garber from the
37:32
Atlantic uh Katie Rogers and Peter Baker
37:36
of the New York Times and Margaret
37:40
Sullivan which is the one we just talked
37:41
about in Joe Lockhart and of course
37:45
brian Stelter all talking about how she
37:47
wasn’t there
37:49
partisanship is bad and Stelter said
37:52
last month the reporters knows there was
37:54
literally a coating of dust on the press
37:56
briefing room podium this is Sanders
37:58
legacy brian Stelter you know that
38:00
unbiased that nonpartisan guy that will
38:04
happily go after any and all Republicans
38:08
but leave the Democrats out for whatever
38:09
reason trying to try to take the
38:13
partisan had off
38:16
it’s a sad it’s just that
38:19
sad that brian Stelter you know reliable
38:23
sources got so much of his information
38:25
wrong but Hardison attacks continue on I
38:28
love it whenever you have partisan
38:30
journalists talk about partisan partisan
38:32
attacks or partisan hacks it’s just like
38:34
man how’s that me do you like your
38:37
entire house how many mirrors do you
38:38
have do you actually own any do you have
38:41
any because we really got to find one
38:43
you really got to find one there’s
38:45
there’s big issues Bigley issues there
38:49
all right now we gotta go to some
38:52
depressing news the gulf of tonkin the
38:57
gulf of tonkin if you guys haven’t heard
38:58
what the gulf of tonkin is the gulf of
39:00
tonkin was back in 1964 and and it also
39:04
happened in the last week here in the
39:07
world i rhymed it didn’t it didn’t
39:10
repeat itself but gulf of tonkin was
39:13
back during the vietnam war actually
39:16
just there before when north vietnam in
39:20
south vietnam
39:21
had had some issues had some scuffles
39:24
and north vietnam was about to have a
39:25
communistic leader and the idea that he
39:29
was gonna take over South Vietnam and
39:31
control that was a big scare for South
39:35
Vietnam they were worried they were
39:36
terrified and they had actually worked
39:40
with America so that America could come
39:42
in and perform some intelligence survey
39:45
they could get they could perform a
39:47
reconnaissance in order to gain Intel
39:49
and to be able to help provide that
39:51
information out now part of this because
39:54
of the time that they were living in we
39:57
had to worry about or we had to actually
40:00
bring a boat close we had to bring ships
40:02
nearby because it was all done by boat
40:05
so the United States Navy brought a ship
40:08
along into and right up next to North
40:13
Korea now during this time of course
40:15
North Korea
40:16
sorry I said North Korea North Vietnam
40:18
now with North Vietnam they see a boat
40:20
coming they’re going to want to repel
40:22
boarders they’re gonna want to keep
40:24
their borders safe you have somebody
40:26
coming from another country you don’t
40:28
know what they’re doing and and
40:28
certainly if they knew they were doing
40:30
intelligence reconnaissance they
40:32
wouldn’t want them there
40:33
anyways so the North Vietnamese send a
40:36
boat out towards the United States Navy
40:39
vessel on the way out there the United
40:43
States Navy vessel shoots a couple shots
40:44
across the brow this is this is
40:47
considered a warning shot that says hey
40:48
you’re coming near us leave us alone get
40:51
away from us and you only get one set of
40:54
warning shots from the American American
40:57
boats in response to this the North
41:02
Vietnamese boat shot torpedoes
41:05
they shot torpedos and they missed ie
41:08
they shot warning shots saying no no no
41:11
no you’re not gonna repel us from the
41:15
waters we are going to repel you from
41:18
our borders and as a result as a result
41:21
the captain of the boat called into the
41:26
White House God got in touch or sorry
41:29
into over 2 DC got in touch and relayed
41:34
the message that they were shot at so
41:36
the warning shots were were them being
41:38
shot at a couple days later believe it
41:41
was two days later the same boat the
41:43
same captain come floating back down the
41:47
across the ocean or across the sea and
41:50
coming up to North Vietnam once again
41:53
pulling up to the pulling up to the
41:55
countryside
41:56
the North Vietnamese send out another
41:58
boat in order to repel their borders and
42:03
during this time I’m sorry they do not
42:07
send out above but there was a call from
42:10
the same boat
42:12
that was sent the American boat in that
42:14
sent the same message that they were
42:17
being shot at
42:21
the mess there was a second message that
42:24
was relayed just after the first that
42:26
was saying we had bad information now
42:29
the reason for the bad information the
42:31
reason why everyone freaked out they
42:33
weren’t sure if it was a hardware blip
42:36
from from the previous torpedo strikes
42:39
or torpedoes that were in the water or
42:41
if it was the increment weather that
42:45
they were facing but nonetheless the
42:46
idea was there that they had a reason to
42:51
sound the alarm and now they weren’t
42:53
sure what it was but it wasn’t an actual
42:55
torpedo nonetheless from 30 minutes
42:58
after the first after the first message
43:01
was sent the order was given for bombing
43:05
runs across North Vietnam that was the
43:09
initiating event for us to get involved
43:11
in the war in Vietnam now what has
43:13
happened here right next to UAE and Iran
43:19
is there were two Japanese oil cargo
43:24
boats that were bringing oil and both of
43:29
them became under attack
43:34
there has been reporting by the United
43:37
States intelligence as well as the
43:39
president that these were torpedoes that
43:44
these are not torpedoes but these were
43:46
mines and that they were Iranian mines
43:49
so we gonna get involved in Iran well
43:53
we’ll have to wait and see but
43:55
nonetheless if you look at the video
43:57
that the president and that others have
43:59
pointed out they’re pulling something
44:01
way above the waterline this is
44:03
something that was pointed out also by
44:05
the president of the Japanese company
44:08
that owns those ships that the mines
44:12
were located above the waterline so it’s
44:14
curious as to how they got up there but
44:17
nonetheless the crews on those ships
44:20
said that it was actually things flying
44:23
through the air so wasn’t underwater so
44:26
it’s not a mine it’s not a torpedo but
44:29
could have been something else there’s
44:31
speculation as to if it was a Saudi
44:33
Arabia if it was another country or if
44:36
it was just America how this was all
44:38
unfolding and how this is playing but
44:40
nonetheless the big thing here is that
44:44
there’s no clear answer the Japanese
44:48
owner of a tanker attached in the Gulf
44:49
of Oman claimed Friday that was struck
44:52
by flying projectile contradicting
44:54
reports by US officials in the military
44:56
on the source of the blast
44:59
flying projectile president Truong said
45:02
that it was a it was a it was a mine so
45:07
we don’t have a clear message we don’t
45:08
have clear intelligence on this the the
45:11
intelligence video that was provided was
45:13
the boat of Iranians coming up and
45:15
pulling a pulling something off the side
45:18
of the boat maybe it was a bomb maybe it
45:20
was a mine
45:23
the the thing is though to say look
45:26
there’s a mine there they’re taking it
45:29
off and so therefore you know they’re
45:31
they’re bad bad actors it would be
45:33
interesting to understand what it is
45:35
that Iran is going to gain by attacking
45:38
to Japanese pubs
45:39
it’s going to be interesting to try to
45:41
understand what kind of power move
45:43
they’re doing and what they’re to gain
45:45
by this
45:47
I don’t see any way that this is going
45:51
to be better for them so this may be
45:53
another bad actor in the area trying to
45:57
get the involvement of others right if
46:01
you could blame it on Iran and you could
46:02
take Iran out you may have a little more
46:05
freedom you may have a little more room
46:07
to breathe in that area whether it’s its
46:10
directly in the oil trade or in other
46:12
forms of trade it’s a it’s a it’s a
46:19
worrisome world right now it’s I don’t
46:21
want to see us going into another giant
46:23
endless war and into another endless
46:27
conflict much like what we have in Iraq
46:30
much like what we have in Afghanistan we
46:35
don’t need to keep getting involved with
46:36
all these things what we need to do is
46:38
find ways of getting out we have to get
46:41
out and that’s
46:43
that’s it right we we can’t we cannot
46:46
continue to thrive and survive in
46:48
America under the under the pretense
46:52
that we are in endless wars around the
46:54
world
46:59
all right
47:01
yeah one more big story and then we’re
47:05
gonna talk about law enforcement we’re
47:07
gonna talk about law enforcement that’s
47:08
gonna be exciting I know you guys are
47:10
super excited to hear about what it is
47:12
this libertarians gonna say about
47:14
enforcement but so president Truong
47:20
comes out today and he is trying to try
47:24
to fix our health care system now
47:27
whenever whenever a government official
47:30
whenever anyone in government says we
47:32
are going to fix your blink the pucker
47:38
factor becomes real from you I become
47:41
terrified what kind of ways are they
47:44
going to manipulate the market what kind
47:46
of ways are they gonna force the market
47:47
into some some giant circular hole with
47:51
their giant square block what are they
47:54
gonna try and force it into this that is
47:55
not gonna work well President Trump
47:59
surprised me a little bit President
48:01
Trump is actually is looking to expand
48:04
options and drive down the cost of
48:06
healthcare by enabling employers to give
48:09
workers tax exempted funds to allow them
48:12
to purchase health coverage on the
48:14
individual market rather than obtaining
48:16
a plan through their places of work so
48:18
if your company has crappy health care
48:21
and trust me there’s a whole group of
48:24
people or whole slew of of companies
48:28
that have just terrible just terrible
48:30
health insurance this is a way that they
48:32
can still provide for their employees
48:34
and their employees can get a better
48:36
health care plan they can take care of
48:38
their families and they’re still there
48:41
so being subsidized a little bit by
48:43
their by their employers now to
48:48
understand where this came about this
48:50
did come about from the Affordable Care
48:52
Act this was put in under President
48:56
Obama and it was something that helped
48:58
destroy the market for individuals
49:02
because you had to pay for these giant
49:04
things and there was there just it ha
49:06
the prices were driving up the premiums
49:10
under Obama under the Affordable Care
49:11
Act have been skyrocketing and so this
49:14
was a way to fight this this was a way
49:16
to push back against this this is
49:17
something that I agree with right the
49:19
idea that you get out of the way that
49:21
the government gets out of the way this
49:23
is why those 22 regulations being cut
49:25
we’re a good thing for everyone created
49:27
because when the government gets out of
49:29
the way those markets can do better if
49:31
them if the government is trying to put
49:33
their thumb on it the only thing that
49:35
they can do is suppress it they can slow
49:37
it they can they can they can defeat it
49:40
but they cannot cause it to to thrive
49:44
they can allow it to thrive but they
49:46
can’t cause it to thrive and so this
49:49
would be a good thing for them to step
49:51
out of the way and for allow individuals
49:53
who work for companies to be able to be
49:57
enables them to be able to be subsidized
50:01
by their employer if their employer
50:03
decides to good thing but here’s what
50:07
Nancy Pelosi has to say about that the
50:09
president’s cruel hypocrisy knows no
50:11
bounds while he claims to a want
50:14
affordable coverage his Justice
50:16
Department is big you Ares busy arguing
50:18
that skorts could destroy protections
50:21
for the people with pre-existing
50:22
conditions and strike down every other
50:25
protection and guarantee of the
50:26
affordable health care for America’s
50:28
families now President Trump himself is
50:32
a fan of pre-existing conditions this is
50:34
where one big way that he and I differ I
50:37
don’t think that is that we force a
50:42
market to service people that they would
50:45
otherwise not want to now I if you have
50:48
a pre-existing condition I would hope
50:49
that you would have insurance I hope
50:51
that we’d be able to get the government
50:53
out of it enough to where everyone can
50:54
afford health insurance but I would
50:56
never demand that somebody provide you a
50:58
surface that are a service that is going
51:01
to be to the detriment of themselves
51:03
they should be able to pick and choose
51:04
and now if they’re in a contract if you
51:07
guys are both well within your contracts
51:09
and working together within those bounds
51:11
they shouldn’t be able to refuse it
51:15
but Nancy Pelosi here is just projecting
51:18
those the Justice Department looking to
51:20
take this down
51:22
Nancy I don’t think you have anything to
51:24
worry about I don’t think President
51:25
Trump’s gonna allow that to go he’s
51:28
gonna like argue with it within his own
51:30
Department of Justice to ensure it
51:32
doesn’t go but really when it comes to
51:37
it right the Affordable Care Act which
51:39
is something that she’s defending is not
51:41
made of health care any more affordable
51:45
it has not made it any better the
51:47
quality of care in this country has gone
51:49
down the costs for health insurance has
51:52
gone up directly because of the
51:54
Affordable Care Act remember the
51:55
blueprints for the Affordable Care Act
51:57
was to push single-payer it was to push
52:00
to get rid of insurance companies to get
52:03
rid of all these insurance companies to
52:05
push people on to the government’s teat
52:07
and once you’re on it it’s just like
52:10
being on heroin you are addicted don’t
52:12
pull me off the team don’t pull me off
52:14
the heroin I need this I need this to
52:17
live I need this to survive and that is
52:20
what they were pushing so I’m happy to
52:24
see that coming from President Trump
52:27
Pelosi the the Speaker of the House
52:30
who’s losing more and more support each
52:33
day because the left is further to the
52:35
left and she doesn’t she doesn’t agree
52:37
with them and I’m I’m excited for the
52:42
day in which the Department of G is on a
52:45
Friday released a legal I’m excited for
52:48
the day in which she is no longer the
52:50
Speaker of the House because whoever it
52:53
is whoever runs the house
52:57
you can’t do a worse job than then
52:59
speaker Pelosi right you put she put
53:03
Alexandria Ocasio Cortes and finances
53:07
she put her over there right boom but a
53:12
bartender in there that uh you know
53:15
despite jumping from the basically
53:18
unemployed bartender wages that she was
53:20
living off of to a hundred and seventy
53:22
four thousand dollars a year is not
53:24
enough it is simply not enough for a
53:28
member of Congress to come in for their
53:31
first year who’s been in office for six
53:34
months who dis before before she even
53:37
came to office said that members of
53:39
Congress should not be paid during
53:40
shutdowns comes into office during the
53:43
times of the shutdown accepts the
53:45
paychecks accepts every single cent of
53:47
those paychecks during the times of the
53:49
shutdown then continues on for six
53:51
months takes out jobs from New York by
53:53
shutting down a deal with Amazon or
53:56
advocating against it and getting that
53:58
deal shut down and then saying I’m doing
54:01
a good job give me more money know what
54:06
Alexander Acacio Cortez has said with
54:09
regards to the subject with regards to
54:11
this entire topic she said a lot of
54:14
things that automatically contradict her
54:17
themselves but it’s it’s it’s truly
54:22
laughable because she said it’s not even
54:29
like a raise
54:33
because it’s only $4,500 that she wants
54:35
to and she wants to race it’s not even
54:38
like a raise so the question is if it’s
54:41
not even like a raise or should I do it
54:44
like her it’s not even like a raise is
54:48
nothing like a raise so if it’s not like
54:50
a raise then why are you advocating for
54:52
it if it’s not gonna make any change
54:54
why are you gonna advocate for it and
54:57
she continues on down this terrible line
55:00
of thinking into saying after I believe
55:04
that the not like a raises after this
55:06
but nonetheless she talks about this
55:10
forty five hundred dollars a year he’s
55:14
going to help keep out the dark money
55:17
you give you give members of Congress
55:19
$4,500 you bribed them with forty five
55:21
hundred dollars a year and they will no
55:23
longer accept bribe money they will no
55:25
longer accept the dirty money the dark
55:27
money is she she continually goes after
55:30
so you just got to give your member of
55:33
Congress a little more money and then
55:34
now magically they’re no longer gonna be
55:37
corrupt they’re no longer gonna be
55:38
accepting all this money from other
55:40
outside sources because that forty five
55:42
hundred bucks
55:43
getting them just under the cusp of two
55:46
hundred thousand dollars
55:48
is enough to keep them satisfied AOC not
55:53
the smartest of people
55:56
and she
55:58
she just continually does this to
56:00
herself
56:03
a quick shout-out real quick if you guys
56:05
miss the intro of the show I got to talk
56:08
to you guys about operation P o box so
56:10
down there down yonder in Indian Shores
56:16
Florida stateside kava and they’re
56:18
pushing a new form of outreach and a new
56:23
form of help through voluntary means
56:25
they’re doing an operation P o box where
56:27
they’re going to be opening up heal
56:30
boxes for for homeless people that
56:35
they’ve screened and that wants a hand
56:37
up in order to help get get back in on
56:41
their feet and be able to function in
56:44
our society in Florida you require an
56:48
address and that can include a peel box
56:50
in order to get a license if you if you
56:52
get a license then you’re able to work
56:54
so this operation is not only going to
56:56
be able to get them in those means of
56:59
being able to get a job but this also
57:01
means that you the individual can
57:04
voluntarily send gift cards you can send
57:09
support you can send letters you can
57:11
send money you can send whatever it is
57:13
that you want to to these to these Pio
57:15
boxes in order to help out and this is
57:17
something that you can do we would all
57:19
appreciate it from here at muddy waters
57:21
as well as that from stateside kava if
57:24
you go over to the Facebook page
57:25
facebook.com slash stateside kava bar
57:27
that’s state side kava bar going over to
57:32
the Facebook page again that the
57:33
stateside kava bar contact them through
57:37
that and we will get you in touch and
57:40
get you to be able to help others and it
57:44
is greatly appreciated each and every
57:47
time so if you guys could do that help
57:50
out with operation P o box and that is
57:52
stateside kava go to their Facebook page
57:56
and help out we would all be eternally
57:59
grateful and that is what the Liberty
58:01
movement is about it’s not just about
58:03
talking about being charitable it’s not
58:04
just talking about helping out but it’s
58:07
actually being about it and so any help
58:09
ternal grateful thank you all I’m gonna
58:16
I’m gonna give this one real quick one
58:18
this was a little bit breaking just
58:20
before I hopped on the show tonight
58:22
actually here let me open up the call
58:25
line if you guys would like the call
58:27
line isn’t numbers up if you guys want a
58:29
topic that you guys could want to cover
58:31
you guys will have a different view or
58:34
if you just want to call talk about
58:36
anything under the Sun you guys can call
58:38
in at eight zero two six seven one five
58:40
three two eight again that number is
58:42
eight zero two six seven one five three
58:45
to eight but so this was dropped just
58:51
before I went live with you guys Justice
58:53
Department releases legal opinion
58:55
packing Treasuries refusal to release
58:57
Trump’s tax return the DOJ on Friday
59:02
released a legal opinion backing up the
59:04
Treasury Department’s decision to reject
59:07
a request by congressional Democrats for
59:09
six years of President Trump’s tax
59:11
returns I don’t want my tax returns
59:14
released to Congress I don’t want them
59:16
to be subpoenaed in this is one of those
59:18
things where even it
59:20
of your views on on who the president is
59:23
they should never be mandated that
59:26
somebody gives up something about their
59:28
own personal information to others just
59:31
because they want it while the executive
59:35
branch should Accord doot-doot deference
59:38
and respect to congressional requests
59:40
Treasury was not obliged to accept the
59:42
committee stay the purpose without
59:44
question and based on all the facts and
59:46
circumstances we agree that the
59:48
committee lacked a legitimate
59:49
legislative purpose or its request even
59:52
Engle an assistant attorney general in
59:55
do J’s office of legal counsel said in a
59:57
33 page opinion the opinion comes after
60:00
Treasury secretary Steve minuchin last
60:04
month rejected a subpoena from White
60:06
House Ways and Means Committee Chair
60:08
Richard Neal demanding Trump’s personal
60:11
and business tax returns from 2013
60:14
through to 2018 when minuchin rejected
60:18
Neal’s request he said he did so upon
60:21
the advice of the DOJ and that the
60:22
Justice Department would push a legal
60:24
opinion with its advice
60:28
everyone expects this to go to the
60:31
courts but with this it’s the hub up
60:36
here right the demand the hope the the
60:39
praise or the prayers of finding
60:44
something anything absolutely anything
60:46
to find whatever tiny little crack they
60:49
can find in order to go after President
60:51
Trump that’s what the Democrats really
60:52
seemed to be focused on and they did
60:57
genuinely just get to have that
61:00
derangement about themselves they they
61:05
can’t get over themselves there there’s
61:07
no way for the left to come back and to
61:09
fix themselves and to actually be
61:12
responsible to be caring about you the
61:16
individual all they care about is 2020s
61:19
coming up what can we do to make
61:20
President Trump look bad what can we do
61:22
to make the Republicans look bad because
61:24
we want the government to grow in our
61:26
way the Republicans are growing in their
61:28
way we want to grow it in our way let’s
61:31
have the partisan fights let’s have this
61:32
the stupid political charades these the
61:36
these theaters and let’s grow the
61:40
government in our way
61:43
and I it truly is disgusting it’s
61:50
disgusting when Republicans doing its
61:52
discussing when Democrats do it now that
61:54
we have the Democrats line up they’ve
61:56
got two days of democratic presidential
61:59
hopefuls on the debate stage now be
62:02
interesting to watch I just can’t wait
62:04
to see them falling over themselves is
62:06
one person you know you’re gonna watch
62:08
like the questions gonna come out and
62:09
they’re gonna go through the whole line
62:11
of people and you’re just gonna watch
62:12
and if you were to take the if you were
62:15
to take the spectrum of left to right
62:16
you hit the first person it’s just gonna
62:19
continue to keep driving left left left
62:21
left left left left left
62:22
and they’re gonna be stumbling all over
62:24
each other to see who can who could
62:26
really rile up the left and I think
62:29
they’re all gonna be missing out that
62:30
they need the independence if they want
62:33
to do anything and they’re not going to
62:35
be they’re not going to be picking up on
62:36
that in any appreciable way all right
62:42
promise you guys I would be talking
62:44
about cops so
62:50
a lot of people a lot of people whenever
62:54
you talk about officers when you talk
62:56
about the police state when you talk
62:57
about the actions of the police officers
63:01
there’s a lot of hubbub and a lot of
63:05
hysteria on both sides let’s let’s be
63:07
honest there are people that look at the
63:10
officers and they say the only time an
63:12
officer is being bad is whenever they
63:15
they they escalate they escalate the
63:19
amount of violence above what is
63:21
necessary so you know you have grandma
63:24
walking down the street and an officer
63:25
comes up tackles or punches or tasers
63:27
her and the entire time she’s knocked
63:30
out you know that would be enough to
63:32
raise the concern for I think anybody on
63:35
the opposite side an officer could be
63:38
walking down the street and you know
63:40
somebody could be jaywalking a semi
63:43
trucks flying around the corner the
63:45
officer tackles the person in order to
63:47
get them out of get them into a safe way
63:50
and you know there will be people that
63:52
become deranged and they go I can’t
63:55
believe that that officer did that
63:58
right you know there truly is people on
64:02
both sides of this that just don’t have
64:04
any real
64:09
they’re just so detached from the
64:12
premise of this all I am NOT either of
64:15
those people I am somebody that supports
64:17
the law enforcement when the law
64:19
enforcement is protecting on the basis
64:21
of what the government is supposed to do
64:23
the government is there to not take to
64:26
not hurt people and do not take their
64:27
stuff when the law enforcement is there
64:29
and they are only providing protections
64:31
from people who are trying to hurt you
64:34
or take your stuff I agree with them but
64:37
the problem is is that we have this this
64:40
document that governs over the
64:42
government that is the Constitution
64:45
there are multiple reasons there are
64:48
multiple amendments that are constantly
64:51
being violated by officers and I’m I’m
64:54
trying to reach out and I’ve contacted
64:56
or I’ve spoken with a couple of sheriffs
64:58
up to this point but we need to really
65:02
reel back what it is that our law
65:05
enforcement officers are allowed to do
65:07
or what they’re capable of doing and so
65:11
I had I had a friend personal friend who
65:14
had made a long point or a long post
65:17
and you know he is one of those that is
65:21
more of an apologist I I wouldn’t say
65:23
that he may not he may not be one of the
65:26
blue thin blue line advocates but he is
65:28
one of those that will you know justify
65:31
a lot of the actions and basically the
65:35
end result was that he said that ten
65:37
percent of cops versus the public
65:39
interactions have been bad and he was
65:41
using an exaggerated number
65:44
but it will what I
65:48
hmm here is my response and I hope that
65:51
you guys can can follow through on this
65:54
and and hopefully it works out for you
65:56
guys when officers are up hold
65:58
unconstitutional laws because it’s the
66:00
law that is worth condemning many of the
66:03
laws they justify as law are not supreme
66:06
to the Constitution the Supreme Court is
66:08
just as contemptible for their opinions
66:11
based on others opinions called
66:13
precedent this is why some laws are
66:16
considered repugnant in the officers you
66:18
hold them are treated the same it’s not
66:20
just when they become violent or harass
66:22
people obviously those are our bad
66:24
things right when they were violent her
66:25
or her ass now you may be wondering what
66:28
is it that what are the the basis what
66:32
are these actions and laws in which the
66:35
officers are not upholding the
66:38
Constitution but instead in direct
66:40
violation of it so if you look at the
66:45
DUI checkpoints this is something that
66:46
has been protected by Supreme Court
66:50
opinions and that is that the Fourth
66:52
Amendment actually prohibits a DUI
66:55
checkpoint so what is a DUI checkpoint a
66:58
DUI checkpoint is of course most of us
67:02
have driven but but the in essence from
67:05
the legal standpoint from from the
67:07
standpoint of what the officers are
67:09
doing they’re saying anyone and everyone
67:11
who drives down this specific road
67:13
during this specific time we are allowed
67:15
to stop ask you questions investigate so
67:19
if something is out in the open we have
67:21
the probable cause and we can do
67:23
whatever it is that we would like to do
67:24
so the
67:27
this is a clear violation of the Fourth
67:30
Amendment so probably should have had
67:32
these amendments pulled off but we will
67:34
pull them up right now so the Fourth
67:37
Amendment the Fourth Amendment says the
67:39
right of the people to be secure in
67:40
their persons houses papers and effects
67:43
against unreasonable searches and
67:45
seizures shall not be violated and no
67:48
warrants shall issue but upon probable
67:51
cause which is something that they they
67:53
try to obtain by the DUI checkpoints
67:55
sapote is supported by oath or
67:57
affirmation from a judge right you come
68:00
to them with evidence they give the the
68:03
judge will say look as this continues on
68:06
and particularly describing the place to
68:08
be searched and the persons or things to
68:10
be seized so you come to the judge you
68:12
have evidence you’re like say Bob Dole
68:14
down here sorry Bob Dole I know you rest
68:17
in peace but uh Bob Dole was living on
68:19
this this house we think that he has
68:21
these things and so we want to go check
68:23
it out
68:24
right you bring that to the judge the
68:25
judge says yep you can go into this
68:27
house you can go you can search this
68:30
house and these things can be seized
68:32
that were within the within the scope of
68:34
what you believe is acceptable that is
68:37
how the Fourth Amendment is actually
68:38
applied to the government but when it
68:40
comes to the DUI checkpoint maybe the
68:43
judge says hey look here’s the scope
68:45
this road anyone who drives past you now
68:48
have probable cause anyone who drives
68:51
past you can pull over and you can ask
68:53
them for help so Fourth Amendment does
68:54
not apply there so driving down a
68:59
certain Road at a certain time means
69:00
that an officer has reasonable
69:02
justification to stop question and even
69:04
search vehicles who drive down the road
69:06
that doesn’t sound reasonable at all
69:07
when it comes to those searches they
69:09
must be by oath or affirmation and of
69:12
course the scope must be granted and
69:14
blanketed check them all by judge does
69:16
not meet the tenor of the amendment you
69:21
when it comes to civil asset forfeiture
69:23
this is something that I’ve harped on
69:26
before you guys all I hope you guys all
69:28
remember what simple asset forfeiture is
69:29
but civil asset forfeiture is whenever
69:31
an officer is basically taking the
69:34
assets from somebody right you’re
69:35
driving down the road and you’re a drug
69:37
dealer so they take your car right now
69:38
they’re taking your asset they’re
69:40
they’re trying to prevent you from
69:43
continuing to commit a crime here in
69:46
South Carolina and across in many states
69:48
civil asset forfeiture is allowed even
69:51
if there’s no charge being alleged
69:54
against you this is a clear violation of
69:57
the Eighth Amendment
70:00
so there’s there’s there’s the basis
70:02
here that if we really want to start
70:04
holding our government accountable if we
70:06
if we want to be in and I see this all
70:12
too often on the left and on the right
70:13
where they say look here in the
70:15
Constitution right here
70:16
we need to uphold this part but we don’t
70:18
hold it unanimously we must hold these
70:21
things unanimously for all members of
70:23
government and that included includes
70:25
law enforcement agencies it’s not that I
70:30
hate cops it’s not that I am deranged
70:33
when it comes to cops it’s not that I I
70:35
see a cop and I’m like you know hide my
70:37
drugs hide my flamethrowers hide all
70:39
these things that are illegal it’s just
70:41
a matter of if the cops are there to
70:43
protect and serve it should not be the
70:46
state that they are protecting and
70:47
serving us with fines and fees they
70:50
should be there protecting us from
70:52
people who seek to do us harm or just
70:55
take our stuff and so I hope I hope that
70:59
with those those two quick examples that
71:02
I gave and with that understanding you
71:05
people can start understanding that just
71:08
because we stand against the law
71:09
enforcement that we have doesn’t mean
71:12
that we oppose law enforcement outright
71:14
it’s it’s been a big giant misconception
71:17
has been a big giant hub up for a lot of
71:20
people that they believe that
71:21
libertarians are inherently against the
71:23
police and I would argue even that the
71:27
most libertarian of people are still in
71:33
favor of some form of law enforcement
71:35
they just maybe not a government ran one
71:37
but with that guys I’m gonna I’m gonna
71:39
head out for the night I’m gonna head
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out for the weekend I hope you guys all
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have a great weekend it is Friday night
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so do not drink and drive a ride with
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those who do II have family friends who
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care about you and love you deeply they
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want to see you get back here safe and
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sound from Monday as we start the whole
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week all over again so thank you guys
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all take care have fun this weekend
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spend spend some time or relax and I’ll
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see you guys on Monday
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have a good one and I’ll see you guys
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soon I am mr. merica the bearded truth
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Jason Lyon


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