Mr Bearded Truth 25 – The echoing debates.

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20 Democratic Presidential Candidates took the stage in Miami this week to debate over how to spend your money. With more lies than truths, Jason sifts through the topics, highlighting the failures all of these candidates support due to having unreasonable ambitions that are divorced from reality.


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welcome in everybody it’s been a while
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it’s been about a week I apologize once
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again you know we had some troubles as
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you guys can tell I’m in a brand new
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room I would move around getting set up
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for the baby of where we are so excited
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you know having having a brand new life
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coming coming into this world and having
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to go through the nesting process of
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setting up a room and getting everything
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together has been has been experienced
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and been tiring but of course we have to
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stumble through some of the problems
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that we go through and moving moving all
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the way across your house from your your
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your modem does make it a little
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difficult to stream and so I apologize
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for Monday’s night’s show not existing
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but nonetheless here we are welcome in I
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hope you guys have been well a lot of
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bingo has been going on this week and
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I’m excited to cover it with you we will
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be getting into the Democratic debates
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both the first I and the second night of
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ten each so 20 candidates made the
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threshold in order to come out and talk
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and I think it’s certainly worthy of
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discussing and getting into that and so
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we will be going through that that’s
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going to be the big portion of tonight’s
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show but I do have a couple other
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smaller topics that we’re at least going
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to hit and cover before we get into the
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introductions if you will as I said my
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name is Jason lime mr. Mercure the
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another quick transition just just
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joining in today I’m excited to be back
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growing thank you for that like I said
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I’ve got a couple stories that we’re
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gonna cover before we get started and
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being the neighborhood friendly
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libertarian we have to start with when
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the Libertarian Party specifically the
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National Party mess
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quite heavily so earlier this week
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pardon me
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earlier this week the LP national
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decided to tweet out something that is
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insanely stupid insanely egregious and
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their tweet was silence is consent if
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you choose not to vote than your by
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default supporting the status quo so
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that means that the LP national on some
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things believes that silence is consent
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so car DB Bill Cosby when they when they
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you know they helped people be silent I
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guess it was just that they were helping
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them consent this of course is
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disgusting in
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one’s forwarding and ones ones
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infringing upon another well at the same
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time when you vote and we’ll get into
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the debates later when you vote for
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whether it is the Democratic Party or
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the Republican Party you’re actually
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voting to infringe upon other people to
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a friends upon their paychecks to
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infringe upon their medical benefits
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they’re the different markets that are
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here in this country you’re infringing
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upon them and so by the same standard
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abstaining your vote whether it’s out of
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you’re too busy or you don’t find a
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candidate that’s worthy and rather than
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going all the way down driving down to
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your your local voting booth and hitting
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them up with that know de that none of
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the above
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you just don’t vote at all because none
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of the the potential candidates have
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earned your vote what the LP National
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believes as that is you consenting now
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of course if you guys are big on the
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party platform of the Libertarian Party
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4.00 missions
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here’s what the LP National also
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believes are silence about any other
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particular government law regulation
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ordinance directive Arabic control
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regulatory agency activity or
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machination should not be construed to
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imply approval but if they’re silent it
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does mean that they consent I
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don’t understand LP national if you were
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supposed to be the consistent party out
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there then why is it that you are going
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to contradict your own party platforms
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get it together
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stop being fools and and I certainly
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think I know who put that tweet out and
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you know
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if it was him he already has enough
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people that don’t like him
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you’re just growing that platform you’re
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just growing that plank of people not
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being a fan of you so it is what it is
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the LP national screwing things up and
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showing that the states are much more
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important than any national platform out
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there that one shouldn’t be over here
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that should be way over there all right
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all right I want to move over to
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Illinois Illinois made a great move this
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last week with the bill HB 1438 it was
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signed by the Illinois governor JB
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Pritzker what this bill did was he made
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cannabis legal in the state for
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individuals 21 and over along with that
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this is the important part this is the
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absolute important part that I am so
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thankful that they did was that not only
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did they legalize marijuana and
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certainly possession crimes or no crime
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because you have to have a victim in
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order to say that there’s a crime but
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they also had criminal sweeping criminal
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criminal justice reform good job CNN on
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the proofreading but with sweeping
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criminal justice reform designed to help
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those lives who have been upended by the
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state’s drug laws so about seven hundred
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and seventy thousand residents of the
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state with marijuana marijuana related
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offenses on their criminal records have
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had those charges expunged they have had
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them removed and that’s certainly the
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right thing because if it’s no longer a
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crime in that area you want to take that
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away from people you don’t want to have
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that cloud hanging over them preventing
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them from getting a job in any form of
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the market if you say hey it’s not a
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problem then it shouldn’t be a problem
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and now that we have states now that we
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have states across this country that are
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legalizing or decriminalizing the stroke
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they should be moving in that same
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manner and and you know continuing down
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that path because if you’re going to say
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it’s not a problem then it shouldn’t be
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a problem and let’s actually take care
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of the people that have been hit
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that had been hurt by the legislation by
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the government saying you don’t actually
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get to control what goes into your body
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but instead we’re going to hurt you not
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only in in the immediate where we’re
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gonna throw you in jail or make you
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force or as heavy fines upon you but
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also hurt you long ways down the road so
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continuing on we have project Veritas
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came out with a big bombshell with
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project Veritas they had a new Google
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document that was leaked describing ben
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shapiro dennis prager
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as nazis using the dog whistles it’s
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always amazing it’s always beautiful to
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see somebody saying dog whistles right
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because at the at the nature of saying
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that somebody else is using dog whistles
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that means that you heard it if you say
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look at those white national is over
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there dog whistling to their face oh
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look at that they’re really just ramping
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up the rhetoric in there they’re really
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getting people riled up and getting
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their blood boiling cos you know racism
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and all these other things it’s like how
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bad is your blood boiling that you could
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sense that I don’t hear dog whistles
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I’ve never heard a dog whistle in my
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life that’s kind of why they’re called
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dog whistles SSI human whistles if you
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heard it
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that’s on you it’s our new booboo I
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don’t I don’t understand this but
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nonetheless so Project Veritas has
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obtained a newly leaked document from
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the Google that appears to show that the
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Google employee and member of Google
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transparency and ethics group called
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conservative and libertarian
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commentators including Dennis Prager and
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bench Bureau Nazis ooh you’re right
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you’re right of the far left French
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group parent Patsy Patsy Brownshirts in
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the mail for you
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brown shirt is coming in the mail for do
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you Ben Shapiro and Dennis Prager
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regardless the fact that both of these
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individuals are Jewish they both are
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practicing Jews they both denounced
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Nazis they both are attacked by Nazis
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more of the metaphor for metaphorical or
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the vocal they certainly get slandered
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and hit by pieces on Twitter on social
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media across the board but uh you know
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Google is out here to make sure that
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everybody knows that those those
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far-right individuals are Nazis jordan
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Peterson was also listed as this and it
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really does speak to it’s kind of
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interesting that this is getting
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released the same time that we had
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the the Donald on reddit get banned
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we’ve had a lot of big changes coming
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out a lot of big aggressions upon
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people’s characters coming out and it’s
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all coming right around this the time of
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this first these first couple of debates
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right and and looking at the timing I
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think that it’s very clear as to how
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this is inter working with one another
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maybe the Google document that wasn’t
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supposed to come out but when it comes
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to Reddit and the Donald getting
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quarantined on reddit basically getting
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removed and having all their content
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scrubbed and everything else
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it I it’s gotta be to where there’s this
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orchestrated attack where you you push
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up the left and certainly the moderators
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of the debates whoa we will get further
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into that we’re pushing left-wing
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propaganda at the same time that across
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multiple platforms the right is being
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denounced and being called the far-right
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the alt-right Nazis white nationalism
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what yada yada yada regardless of the
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race the the ethnicity the religious
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following that people belong to that
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there’s this orchestrated event in order
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to drive the general public the the the
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less informed the uneducated people in
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this country drive them to left and
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saying this is obviously how it is
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because the mainstream media is on for
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it because there’s so many Democrats out
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there that are saying this and obviously
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the Republicans are horrible because
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they don’t agree with these notions they
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just want to see the oceans rise they
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want to see all the people of color be
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separated and destroyed and killed and
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slaughtered they they’re you know that
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the list goes on and on and and Google
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certainly with some other drops from
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Project Veritas have has made it clear
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that not only do they not care that
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they’re going after people like this but
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they want to make sure that in any way
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shape or form that they get to continue
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doing this that Donald Trump from the
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2016 election was so destructive to this
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country that day that they at Google get
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to choose the algorithms get to choose
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what content you get a see and they get
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to silence people or censor people or a
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shadow ban pages in order to make sure
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that they drive the people the way that
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they wanted to go they don’t want to
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have an honest conversation they don’t
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want to they don’t want to discuss
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politics with you they want to just
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literally silence you and shut you down
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this is this is purely like I wanting to
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say it like 1984 so this is this is
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stuff where you’re actually going out
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there in promoting violence against
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others
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because you know that people are going
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to become outraged and that’s exactly
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what they want you to become they want
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you to become outraged that you’re being
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blocked they’re being censor they being
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deep platform that you’re not accepted
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in all these different areas so then
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that way when they push you to the edge
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and you jump from that ledge and you
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fight back physically they point to you
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they pointed those individuals those
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events and they say look see we were
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right we were absolutely correct on the
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idea that we need it’s a deep platform
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these people that we need to to push
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against these people because they’re
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unacceptable in our country in our world
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in our society wherever whatever
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locality that they want to utilize they
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want to prevent this from going on
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rather than being able to have logical
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discussions and be able to have the
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better idea survived pretty damn telling
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when you can’t even put up good
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arguments against others and you just
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say well you’re wrong because you’re
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wrong
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so we’re just going to go after you
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I I say here as right-wing libertarian
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as somebody that believes in no
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government or very small government very
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limited government if needed
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and I look at this and I see so many
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people saying we have to have the
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government in a vault we have to have
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the government break up Google break up
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these these different groups and these
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different organizations and really hold
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them to it and my big thing is that if
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we look at the media media decency act
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from the government the government is
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actually providing protection they are
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providing protection for these media
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companies they are allowing them to not
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only allow for for speech to come on to
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their platform but allow them to censor
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what the speech is on there and then
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still not even call them a publisher not
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even they are still just a free speech
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platform that allows for them to control
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what is allowed and what is not allowed
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and so there’s government protection on
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those things and nobody is really
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talking about the media decency act that
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needs to be repealed that needs to be
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removed because when the government is
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providing protection for people who are
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doing these things I need to be able to
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hold them accountable when I’m being
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slandered when other people are being
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slandered by these media companies
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saying oh you know they said racist
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things they said they said homophobic
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things transphobic things whatever
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whatever kind of offensive things that
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that they’re being alleged and it’s
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provably false somebody has to be held
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accountable and and these platforms are
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not being held accountable because of
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the media decency act so it’s a big huge
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deal and it’s it’s it’s a massive
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problem we covered last Friday we
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covered the
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we covered what was going on in origin
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shifting gears obviously we covered what
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was going on in Oregon where the
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Republicans and the Democrats were
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coming in and the Senate was expected to
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have a bill talking about climate change
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and putting a cap on it and stopping
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stopping the emissions and and you know
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overturning the economy there in the
20:44
pursuance of really making a drastic
20:46
change in this and this and what they’re
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producing despite the fact that
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California produces a lot more despite
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the fact that Texas produces a lot more
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than New York a lot of these other
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states but Oregon by golly is going to
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be doing their fair share they’re going
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to be doing their part in this and so
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they wanted to pass the bill and as we
21:03
covered before the Republicans had fled
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the state there were Republican senators
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who had fled the state in order to make
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sure that they were not going to be to
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ensure that there was not coram there
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within the Senate so the bill couldn’t
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even be be discussed right without
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quorum you can’t put bills you can’t
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make motions you can’t really do
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anything with any actual value behind it
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since then we had Oregon governor Kate
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brown she sent the police after the the
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Republicans saying you have to do your
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jobs and I want to I want to make a
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point here of what one of the
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individuals said
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uhh
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one of the Republican senators and
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actually it’s sent a message basically
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to to Kate Brown saying look if you’re
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gonna if you’re gonna send the police
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after me if you’re gonna send the police
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to me what you have to do is you better
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be sending bachelors you better be
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sending bachelors and they better be
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heavily armed because I’m willing to
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fight for my life against being forced
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to being your slave in this is this is
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something that I have to take and I have
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to expand upon it with you guys right
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his actual quote was just sent back so
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as to make sure they’re heavily armed if
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you are going to force somebody to be a
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slave to you right I understand they’re
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public servants but if you’re going to
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force them and you’re going to threaten
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police violence against somebody to
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ensure that they do their job and you’re
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not gonna think about am i forcing
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people into this and what am I doing
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here
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no no self reflection no reflection on
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the bills just a matter of I’m gonna go
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do this right I’m gonna do this for the
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good of my people clean that Senator
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also be doing this for the good of his
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people the people that he represents and
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we’ve gotten to this point where people
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are literally willing to risk their
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lives and risk the lives of others in
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order to be to have a political win so I
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haven’t I have less issues with the
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Republican senator doing this and then
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and trust me I have no problem with
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Democrats were to do this as well but I
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have more issue with the idea that
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you’re going to send the police and and
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threaten violence against others and
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hold them and grab them and bring them
23:38
in right hand cuffed or if they resist
23:42
you know potentially killing somebody
23:44
because we know how how the police are
23:47
when they take some people in wait I
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think this is undeniable at this point
23:52
but if you if you think your vote is
23:54
worth the life of somebody else
23:59
you might want to check yourself and and
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so Bravo to this guy he was X Delta I
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believe so he when he says send the
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bachelors and make sure they’re heavily
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armed I don’t think that he was he was
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lying I don’t think that he was saying
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you know we’re gonna come over and have
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some tea so send people that are going
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to create the lesson the the least
24:24
amount of victims outside of that right
24:27
obviously it’s gonna affect the families
24:28
but it’s not gonna affect a wife it’s
24:31
not gonna affect children and of that
24:34
sort so he was at least saying if you’re
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gonna do this we’re going ready for the
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bungalow like were you ready because
24:41
things are about to go down and so I
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think he did the most respectful way of
24:45
doing that but it’s just absolutely
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insane it’s absolutely insane knowing
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that back in Oregon in 2001 the
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Democrats did the same damn thing and
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nobody was well nobody was sending the
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police it’s good enough for the
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Democrats to do it but it’s not good
25:03
enough when the Republicans do it once
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again we’re seeing where there’s a
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double standard right to give you
25:08
another example of this we saw this at
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the national level we saw this when what
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was a Harry Reid Harry Reid from the
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Democrats he was pushing to basically
25:21
filibuster Supreme Court nominees right
25:23
you only need fifty one votes and Mitch
25:25
McConnell stood there and he said you’re
25:27
not going to like this there’s going to
25:28
be blowback and when it comes you’re not
25:29
going to like it
25:30
well sure enough that’s how we got Neal
25:33
origin and justice Cavanaugh
25:36
was they used the same plan and you
25:39
could see the Democrats you could still
25:40
hear the Democrats crying foul you can
25:43
still hear them saying that because oh
25:46
no Mitch McConnell used our same tactics
25:50
if the Democrats want to do things
25:52
because they’re politically expedient
25:54
for what they desire they shouldn’t be
25:56
calling foul when it comes back around
25:59
I’m just saying
26:00
hey so over there in Oregon
26:04
good job Republicans I’m throwing it
26:05
back on them but while we talk about the
26:11
cops
26:11
and collecting people there was a story
26:14
from the freethought project and I will
26:17
certainly if I remember to I will drop
26:20
that in the show notes afterwards but in
26:23
Columbus Ohio there was a woman named
26:27
martini Smith who had enough courage to
26:29
fight back against her abusive boyfriend
26:32
she never thought it would end up with
26:33
her being locked in a cage and tortured
26:35
by police with a Taser now it’s not it’s
26:38
not bad enough that she was getting
26:39
locked up for for fighting back against
26:43
her abusive boyfriend but this woman was
26:46
also pregnant
26:50
she was half-naked inside the cell
26:52
standing in on a concrete wall in
26:55
Franklin County Jail when a corporal
26:57
mattress dice shot her in the chest with
26:59
his taser her crime she couldn’t remove
27:01
her tongue Green fast enough so if you
27:04
guys don’t have a facial jewelry or
27:06
jewelry with it on your tongue
27:09
especially with your tongue it can be a
27:11
little difficult to get out it can it
27:13
could be a little slippery now make it
27:15
worse when the fact that you’ve had your
27:17
hands cuffed for the last while behind
27:21
your back to where you don’t get very
27:23
much flow your hands go numb and now
27:25
you’re trying to get something slippery
27:26
up so after being ordered to take out
27:32
the tongue ring and she said that she
27:34
couldn’t she couldn’t do it after having
27:36
her hands cuffed behind her back for six
27:38
hours and her numb fingers couldn’t grip
27:40
the stud unscrewed she pleaded with
27:42
police to get her paper towel so she
27:44
could get traction on the ring but they
27:46
refused I will tase you barks dice
27:51
go to sleep she cried instead of getting
27:54
the hopeless pregnant woman a paper
27:55
towel to help her remove the tongue ring
27:56
Stice marches warning again and shot the
27:59
Taser directly into Smith’s bare chest
28:02
the surge of debilitating if electricity
28:05
caused the mother to collapse into the
28:08
concrete wall and then to the floor
28:10
Smith cried out in agony gasping as he
28:12
tried a main maintain a bit of her
28:15
humanity while being tortured half-naked
28:17
by a male cop just five days later that
28:22
that baby that life that was that was
28:26
growing in her belly miscarriage as she
28:31
had a miscarriage
28:32
five days later so when we have
28:35
something like this if you’re pro-life
28:38
this officer committed murder
28:42
this officer killed and ended another
28:47
life
28:49
because a woman could not get her Tangra
28:52
now I I cannot believe this stories like
28:58
this really just make you
29:05
I’m beyond livid about this stuff right
29:11
once police got all the facts of the
29:13
case the charges against Smith for
29:15
fighting back against her abusive
29:17
boyfriend were dropped so out of this
29:21
entire situation she fought back against
29:25
her abusive boyfriend and then it was
29:28
was tortured effectively by the police
29:32
and as a reward miscarried there her
29:37
child on a beautiful world that is I
29:46
that is infuriating
29:51
now while we talk about an actual
29:52
tragedy there where life was taken we
29:55
have to we have to to bring back to
29:57
Jessie Smola for a second
30:00
Jessie small if you guys don’t remember
30:02
somehow he was the this is my good
30:04
country folks hate crime guy or foe hate
30:08
crime guy he uh he was the guy in
30:11
Chicago that claimed you have the noose
30:13
wrapped around him and two white people
30:15
that happen to be Nigerian descent
30:17
attacked him through a noose around him
30:19
threw bleach on him and said this is my
30:22
good country
30:22
well video came out of him still wearing
30:25
the news several hours later kind of
30:27
ridiculous and David Hogg not to be not
30:30
to be upstaged David Hogg had to come
30:32
out and go oh oh you think that’s bad
30:34
I’ve been the target of seven
30:37
assassination attempts
30:42
seven assassination attempts interesting
30:45
it’s an interesting thought I would love
30:48
to see this corroborated there was there
30:52
was an attempt of swatting at his house
30:55
but he and his family were gone but I
30:58
would I would be curious as to
31:02
how valid that that allegation is that
31:05
there’s been seven assassination
31:08
attempts on him and he’s proud of it
31:09
he’s proud of it he’s proud of the idea
31:12
that somebody would try to assassinate
31:14
him because if they were to assassinate
31:15
him they would Justin Bouldin the
31:17
movement
31:19
I’m just curious if they didn’t use a
31:21
gun what is so bold in the movement but
31:23
nonetheless I think that that really if
31:25
David hog wants to protect himself
31:27
certainly the police weren’t going to be
31:28
there because the police have been
31:30
charged for this dolmen heist high
31:32
shooting that day for not getting
31:34
involved and not getting not
31:37
neutralizing the threat earlier so the
31:40
police aren’t going to be there to
31:41
interest you so David Hall could I
31:43
interest you in maybe an ar-15 a Glock
31:49
Baretta even the shoot I mean you can
31:53
even go go get one of those crappy
31:54
little high points if you want to
31:57
protect yourself if you’re actually
31:59
having people attempt to assassinate you
32:02
you might want to get something to
32:04
protect yourself David hog sit down
32:08
let’s let’s think about this logically
32:10
if people want to come out and kill you
32:12
who’s gonna be the best person in
32:14
defending you
32:15
unless you have armed security 24/7 it’s
32:18
going to be you but
32:21
just saying you have a natural rights of
32:23
self-defense I want to exercise
32:25
especially if you’ve had seven
32:29
assassination times
32:39
he said about the death threats I have
32:41
to live through this and it is
32:42
traumatizing but you eventually become
32:44
desensitized to it I could not imagine
32:46
becoming desensitized to the idea that
32:49
people are coming out in an attempt to
32:52
assassinate you could not imagine trying
32:55
to make that unacceptable or become
32:59
desensitized to that pretty interesting
33:02
thought process there from today’s news
33:05
published six hours ago from Fox News
33:07
Jimmy Carter says investigation which
33:09
killed Trump didn’t win 2016 election
33:11
he’s in office because Russians
33:13
interfered Jimmy Carter the Slowbro from
33:16
Pokemon coming out and well after the
33:20
stories died and everyone’s kind of
33:21
given up on that he’s got to come out
33:24
and just stir the fire a little bit
33:26
there’s there’s a couple embers in there
33:28
they’re so hot let’s let’s see if we can
33:30
get a good fire roaring so Jimmy Carter
33:33
the 94 year old Democrat was speaking
33:36
out of Virginia for moderated by
33:37
presidential biographer John me Meacham
33:40
who asked how the US should deal with
33:43
Russia interfering in the country’s
33:44
ability to have free and fair elections
33:46
Carter answered by calling on Trump to
33:48
acknowledge the interference and condemn
33:51
it I do believe that President Trump has
33:53
condemned it he’s even taken on taking
33:56
actions against Russia of course the
33:59
Democrats believe that every anything
34:01
and everything that Trump does against
34:03
Russia is not enough it shows that he’s
34:05
just Putin’s Putin’s doll you know when
34:07
you push tank sanctions against them and
34:10
it’s never gonna be enough he’s got to
34:13
just go into a full all-out war and then
34:15
they’re gonna go after him for getting
34:17
into a war so Carter says I think a full
34:22
investigation would show that truck
34:23
didn’t actually win the election in 2016
34:25
he lost the election was put in office
34:27
because the Russians interfered on his
34:29
behalf now this is a baseless claim
34:32
after the Mueller investigation after
34:35
multiple investigations involving the
34:37
2016 election what we found out was that
34:40
the Russian interference the Russian
34:43
meddling resulted in a
34:47
couple sponsor hosts a couple hundred
34:51
people a couple hundred people seen
34:54
these posts and interacted with these
34:55
posts but certainly not to level and not
34:58
to the extent that it would sway the
35:01
election in any way not to mention that
35:03
there was Russian interference that was
35:06
supporting Bernie Sanders that was
35:08
supporting Hillary Clinton that was
35:10
denouncing President Trump that was
35:13
denouncing Hillary Clinton and
35:14
denouncing Bernie Sanders and pushing
35:17
for gun debate whether it’s gun control
35:20
or gun advocacy they the Russians and
35:22
their interference was for and against
35:25
both sides on all sides
35:29
kind of interesting that a 94 year old
35:31
man wants to become relevant once again
35:35
but this of course comes at right after
35:38
Trump goes and sees Putin and at the g20
35:41
and of course Trump and Putin are in the
35:43
same row room so obviously they’re
35:46
rubbing shoulders Trump was obviously
35:48
caught on a hot mic saying look after
35:51
the election I’ll have a little more
35:52
sweet a little more sway I’ll have a
35:53
little more control be able to do a
35:55
little more sorry I got the president
35:57
wrong though is Obama but it just comes
36:02
to a point where you go can can can we
36:05
move on
36:06
can we just accept that that narrative
36:09
that that idea isn’t
36:13
gonna be making it
36:15
changing anybody’s minds that’s already
36:17
paying it that has been paying attention
36:19
and what we’re on that case while we’re
36:21
on that discussion Robert Mueller has
36:25
potentially lied to the public before
36:29
the last time that he had a press brief
36:31
said that he would not be testifying
36:32
before Congress and if he was – he would
36:36
be coming out and just testifying with
36:38
what was it within the the Mueller
36:42
report as it’s been cold and so July
36:46
17th Emir was at 1719 days from now
36:52
Robert Miller will be testifying
36:54
publicly before the House Committee so
36:56
Democrats are pulling in Robert Miller
36:58
they got to keep that investigation
37:00
going they got to keep the narrative
37:01
moving they have to get Robert Mueller
37:04
in front of the people in any way
37:06
possible and keep asking questions that
37:09
have already been asked time and time
37:10
again and we will see if any new
37:12
information comes out from it but if
37:14
Robert Mueller maintains his promise to
37:17
the public that he’s going to just talk
37:19
about what is within that document
37:22
nothing new will come from us
37:25
just another wasted day in Congress it’s
37:30
another day that the house is wasting
37:32
your money the money that they’ve taken
37:35
from you by you working by you buying
37:38
products services goods whatever it is
37:42
in order to make your life they take
37:44
that money and they’re allocating it to
37:46
where they can just sit there and
37:47
squander it and waste it so thank you
37:50
House Democrats thank you for bringing a
37:52
Robert Mueller in and we will see if
37:55
he’s an honest man or if he is just
37:57
merely a liar
38:01
alright I think we’ve gone on long
38:04
enough I think that it’s time that we go
38:07
in to what the show the big up meat and
38:10
potatoes of the show so I’m gonna open
38:14
up the call-in line if you guys want to
38:17
call in you feel free to call it
38:18
feel free to we’ll be covering it I’m
38:21
going to be doing as much of a all
38:25
inclusive discussion about what was in
38:28
what was in the debate I’m not gonna be
38:30
talking about you know I’m not gonna be
38:32
slamming Kemal Harris for the hypocrisy
38:35
of what she said of when she says look
38:38
I’ve always been on this stance but you
38:40
know the past she was against it
38:42
I’m not gonna be doing the the
38:44
quote-unquote fact checks of how they
38:47
were based on on the past versus how
38:50
they are now you can find plenty of that
38:53
based on which left-leaning media source
38:56
you go to because I really do believe
38:59
that if you just go through the
39:02
different sources the different sites
39:04
you’ll be able to find dirt on any of
39:07
the Democrats because each one of them
39:09
has a different Democrat that they
39:11
really support but what I will be doing
39:15
is I’ll be going through and got my
39:18
notes here we’re actually gonna be
39:19
covering all of all of what was being
39:22
said and everything else we’re gonna
39:24
cover what would be the results of those
39:27
things and and certainly if you guys
39:28
want to call and you guys want to talk
39:30
about the hypocrisy you guys can feel
39:31
free to do so whatever you guys want to
39:33
talk about within this subject or if you
39:34
want to talk about something from no
39:36
we’re gonna keep it on the subject you
39:37
want to talk about something that you
39:39
really felt strongly about or had
39:42
thoughts on when it comes to this topic
39:44
feel free to call in on it but we will
39:47
we will go through I’m gonna I’m gonna
39:49
knock out day one first
39:51
and then we will move on over and hit up
39:55
day two afterwards so day one was
39:59
certainly an interesting more
40:02
I didn’t find anything positive coming
40:06
from day one other than one event and
40:10
let me see if I can if I can pull up
40:14
that exact video
40:18
all right so I have it this is
40:23
this is mr. Rhyne so me alright
40:30
here is where tulsi gabbard the
40:33
discussion of war and if you guys missed
40:35
what tulsi gabbard has been about she’s
40:37
been getting a lot of of positive
40:40
reactions from libertarians for her
40:42
anti-war stances her non-interventional
40:46
ism the idea that somebody who has
40:49
served this country and the military has
40:52
gone overseas and served and I believe
40:55
it was Afghanistan coming back and
40:58
fighting against the idea of continuing
41:00
these wars and getting it fighting
41:02
against getting into new conflicts I
41:03
think it just makes sense but Tulsi
41:06
Gabbard comes out and she comes out
41:09
swinging against the war with Iran which
41:12
was one of the questions but
41:15
representative Ryan just like the rest
41:20
of them so here we have mr. Ryan the
41:41
parents of those two soldiers who are
41:44
just killed this may not be very videos
41:46
have to be engaged as a soldier I will
41:49
tell you that answer is unacceptable we
41:52
have to bring our troops home from
41:54
Afghanistan we are in a place in
41:56
Afghanistan where we have lost so many
41:58
lives we’ve spent so much money money
42:01
that’s coming out of every one of our
42:03
pockets money that should be going into
42:05
communities here at home meeting the
42:07
needs of the people here at home we are
42:09
no better off in Afghanistan today than
42:11
we were when this war began this is why
42:14
it’s so important to have a president
42:16
and commander-in-chief who knows the
42:18
cost of war and is ready to do the job
42:20
on day one I am ready to do that job
42:22
when I walk into the Oval
42:25
I’m gonna go down the law I’m gonna go
42:28
down the line here look you know what
42:29
you felt you felt like she was proposed
42:32
this is it we were spending all this
42:38
money in places that I’ve represented
42:40
that have been completely forgotten and
42:42
we were rebuilding but the reality of it
42:44
is that the United States isn’t engaged
42:46
the Taliban will grow and they will have
42:50
bigger bolder terrorist acts we have got
42:54
to have some present there is this bitch
42:56
out there long before we came in
43:04
thinking that we’re going to somehow
43:06
squash this Taliban when we weren’t in
43:13
there they started flying planes into
43:14
our buildings get ready for it he’s
43:18
talking about flying planes into
43:20
buildings she’s about to drop a bomb I
43:33
understand that I understand that no you
43:35
don’t did you see the look on his face
43:36
he was like oh no if you are going to be
43:50
told she said if you’re gonna be a
43:52
chicken hawk if you’re gonna be a war
43:55
monger if you’re gonna say look we need
43:57
to be more engaged in the Middle East at
43:59
least know what the hell you’re talking
44:01
about if you’re gonna accuse the Taliban
44:05
of crashing planes into the building’s
44:09
if you’re gonna just say it’s just all
44:12
Muslim extremists and not understand the
44:15
difference between the the Shiites and
44:16
and the Shia’s
44:19
no no that was not the name Sunnis there
44:23
we go thank youbut got one from the
44:25
peanut gallery
44:27
if you’re not even gonna know the
44:29
difference between the different
44:30
religious groups there and and how they
44:32
function and how they they compete
44:34
against one another don’t don’t come out
44:37
there and talking on the presidential
44:39
debate don’t be acting like you know
44:42
anything especially when you have
44:44
somebody there who has been working
44:46
tirelessly it has been raising the issue
44:49
of getting us the hell out of the Middle
44:51
East where our rights and freedoms are
44:53
not at stake but instead the interest of
44:56
the of the deep state if you will of the
45:02
government of those who just enjoy the
45:06
comforts of war
45:11
she’s been fighting against the and and
45:13
this was a beautiful case now I do have
45:16
to say when it comes to Tulsi Gabbard
45:18
there’s a lot of people that look at her
45:20
anti-war stance alike she’s fantastic
45:21
she’s beautiful let’s take her on she
45:24
needs to be the next president United
45:26
States
45:26
she is not a great presidential
45:30
candidate she is a great person when it
45:32
comes to foreign wars winning when it
45:35
comes to foreign policy she’s she’s got
45:37
that much better than really anyone on
45:39
the Democratic side and really most
45:41
people on the Republican side there’s
45:44
not many people that that are gonna be
45:46
topping Tulsi Gabbard when it comes to
45:48
her internal affairs yes she is a fan of
45:51
Medicare for all yes she is a fan of
45:52
abortion through and through she’s got
45:57
big plans for stopping climate change
45:59
she’s got a lot of things that are not
46:01
in the interest of of individual liberty
46:03
of the country of of you being able to
46:06
get the best health care there’s a lot
46:08
of things that she stands solidly
46:10
against and so that’s that’s a it’s it’s
46:13
not a good move I want to go to your
46:15
comments real quick Spike Owen says toll
46:17
C is the dumb Trump
46:19
she’s the Democratic Trump she’s good on
46:21
maybe one or two issues and that’s it
46:22
she’s cute though
46:23
love love the rogue hair highlight yes
46:26
and and if I if I could everyone please
46:29
wish the mister spike Cohen who is
46:32
living up in Canadia land right now he
46:35
is up there with the moose the moose a
46:37
and it is his birthday so happy birthday
46:40
to you young man even the peanut gallery
46:44
over there is calling you out with the
46:46
happy birthday and I hope hope hope
46:50
you’re enjoying it nice Friday night you
46:53
and the you and the lovely mrs.
46:54
hopefully get to enjoy that Dave hunter
46:57
says but she is anti Second Amendment
46:59
isn’t she
46:59
that’s a real deal breaker for me she’s
47:01
more than just anti second of it I mean
47:03
really if you if you want to get down
47:06
into it and certainly I’ve got to use
47:08
this soapbox real quick because somebody
47:10
mentioned the Second Amendment
47:11
there’s nobody nobody that I can find in
47:15
Congress nobody that I can find in the
47:18
presidency that is actually pro-second
47:22
amendment
47:22
that is actually with the intent the
47:25
tenor of what the second event was to
47:28
actually emboldened and to empower the
47:30
individuals in this country to actually
47:31
have the quote-unquote weapons of more
47:34
to have what the military utilizes I
47:37
don’t see anybody out there fighting for
47:38
this for this motion to actually restore
47:42
a Second Amendment and so therefore by
47:43
default everyone kind of is anti Second
47:47
Amendment so big ups for for Tulsi
47:52
Gabbard there I missed that story
47:56
oh well I’ll cover that idea so anyways
48:00
so I wanted the first question opening
48:03
up for the the first time debates it was
48:06
very interesting because the question
48:07
was was basically 70% of Americans
48:11
believe that our economy is doing good
48:13
please debunked this statement for me
48:16
every Democratic candidate please come
48:19
out here and debunk this and of course
48:21
Elizabeth Warren who was second place
48:23
for the most questions asked on the
48:25
first night only being led by Cory
48:29
Booker was the first one answer and she
48:31
said look it’s not it’s not good it’s
48:34
good for the stock market it’s good for
48:36
the people at the tippy-top but it’s not
48:40
good for the average American it’s not
48:42
good for the unemployment numbers right
48:45
this is this word we are going off into
48:49
where it is actually good that she is
48:52
she didn’t say but ignoring truth the
48:56
the facts of the situation saying that
48:58
the economy is not good because we have
49:01
record low unemployment regardless of
49:03
race that we have stock markets growing
49:07
GDP has been growing at a higher rate
49:10
than it ever was during the Obama
49:12
administration these are not great
49:14
things right climbing out of this
49:16
climbing out of the 2008 housing market
49:19
crashed
49:19
Obama was incapable and and Congress was
49:22
incapable of getting the government out
49:24
of the way in order to allow for the
49:26
market to come back to be strong into to
49:30
prosper and now the Trump came in has
49:32
been cutting regulations
49:34
he’s helped that out
49:35
cut the taxes he helped that up and what
49:39
we see here is a lot of Democrats just
49:42
saying it’s not working for everyone we
49:43
need to raise minimum wage we nee
49:45
increase the unions we need to I believe
49:49
it was Inslee from Washington was saying
49:51
that we need to really focus on just
49:54
green energy because that’s going to
49:55
fight climate change as well as gonna
49:56
create more jobs
49:57
now with Inslee I we’ve covered climate
50:01
change before but when it comes to
50:03
climate change why is this green energy
50:05
not a good thing why is it why is it not
50:07
something that we should be jumping on
50:08
to right now well that’s because it
50:10
causes more jobs to be created why does
50:12
it cause more jobs to be created because
50:15
there is to produce the same amount of
50:18
energy from these green energy sources
50:21
it takes a lot more work it takes a lot
50:23
more effort you’re actually putting more
50:25
energy into producing these things that
50:28
are producing energy than what you
50:30
receive from them if you talk about
50:31
windmills the technology has not
50:35
advanced enough we have not developed a
50:37
strong and efficient process in order to
50:40
produce these things so if you want to
50:41
move towards green energy that’s
50:43
fantastic you have to be focusing on the
50:45
research and development rather than
50:47
trying to implement these things and
50:49
actually driving up the cost like what
50:51
we saw in Germany and instead of having
50:54
people being able to afford the cheaper
50:56
fuels like your fossil fuels or I don’t
50:58
know nuclear power we are instead they
51:03
are instead wanting to implement green
51:04
energy which means that when your energy
51:08
bill was say 50 bucks 60 bucks now it’s
51:10
going to be 120 130 140 bucks it’s going
51:13
to increase because you have to pay for
51:15
all of the labor that gets into this you
51:17
have to pay for the equipment that is
51:19
going to be providing you your energy
51:20
and so the only way to reduce that is to
51:25
subsidize it
51:26
so that means increases on your taxes
51:28
when you increase on sales taxes
51:30
increases on income taxes wherever they
51:34
have to find this money they’re going to
51:36
be taking it out of you so we want to
51:39
move the green energy you’re gonna have
51:40
to subsidize that you’re gonna have to
51:41
increase taxes or that just the outbreak
51:43
cost is gonna be higher fantastic
51:45
beautiful I love it when
51:46
let’s think that this is good idea one
51:51
of the things that I apologize from
51:54
forgetting which individual said it but
51:56
basically the idea was was that the
51:59
economy was not doing great because
52:00
these giant corporations who’ve been
52:02
benefiting from from the economy as it’s
52:05
been growing I don’t understand how it’s
52:07
not a grain of calling me if it’s been
52:09
great for for certain aspects but the
52:14
point was was that these giant
52:16
corporations have one incentive profit
52:21
isn’t that the purpose of a business are
52:25
we are we hoping that businesses just
52:28
don’t do anything what is what are we
52:32
looking for what do what are we trying
52:34
to do with businesses should we be
52:36
trying to have businesses pushing out
52:38
there getting more profit when you have
52:40
more profit you can redistribute your
52:41
profit whether it’s unto more research
52:44
and development to become more efficient
52:45
more effective and be able to produce
52:47
the same goods at a cheaper rate be able
52:49
to buy more pay for more labor so it
52:52
means more jobs be able to grow have
52:54
more more businesses able to reinvest in
52:58
yourself buy back stocks buy you know
53:00
that’s the whole purpose of business now
53:03
how do you obtain more profits well of
53:05
course you can get the government out of
53:07
your paychecks taking or taking less
53:09
taxes out of you but you can also have a
53:12
higher customer base so not only do they
53:17
have to worry about providing a better
53:18
good and a better service than others in
53:20
order to increase their customer base
53:21
but they also have to have employees
53:23
that they take care of now if the
53:25
employees are just satisfied with what
53:29
they’re making and they’re not driving
53:30
to be better and and they don’t advocate
53:33
for more wages they may not get it
53:37
they may not get it if you don’t ask for
53:40
something you don’t receive it
53:41
politicians learn this when they go on
53:43
the campaign trail if you don’t ask for
53:44
donations you don’t receive it if you’ve
53:46
been working on a with an employer for a
53:48
while and you haven’t seen a pay raise
53:50
in eight two years three years go ask
53:53
for it if you’re out the cap you’re out
53:55
the cap either promote find a new job or
53:58
or move elsewhere you have to you have
54:00
to look at yourself as a commodity you
54:03
have to look at yourself as something
54:04
valuable don’t look at yourself as I’m
54:07
just doing this just to get by
54:10
so businesses are there to make a profit
54:12
you are going to work and you should be
54:15
figuring out how you can make a profit
54:17
how can I help the business out where
54:19
the business will help me out and if
54:21
you’re not doing that then it’s no one
54:25
is wondering why it is that you’re not
54:26
making more money
54:30
they moved on from that they moved on
54:34
from the economy and of course they went
54:36
it’s a health care health care is a
54:38
problem in this country and I agree I
54:40
completely agree with the idea that
54:41
health care is a problem in this country
54:43
now the Democrats of course have got
54:45
this big field where you know Medicare
54:47
for all Medicare for all has been
54:48
supported by basically every single
54:50
person out there now the way that they
54:51
want to implement it the way that they
54:52
wanted to function and structure that is
54:57
really coming down to an individual
54:59
basis you have some that we’re
55:00
advocating for that were advocating for
55:04
kind of a step-by-step implementation
55:07
right the Affordable Care Act was not
55:09
close enough to getting straight to a
55:11
single-payer to a Medicare for all so
55:13
you got to have a couple more steps
55:14
along the way or
55:16
or can go like the Bernie Sanders route
55:19
and just go straight dive face-first
55:22
into medicare-for-all
55:23
remove remove private insurance and and
55:27
just throw everybody on it and then that
55:29
way we could just force everyone on it
55:31
we could take all their money and then
55:32
it can be all free it could be a little
55:34
free once we’ve increased the wages or
55:36
increased the costs and taken it from
55:38
everybody through the threat of violence
55:42
and the first night only Elizabeth
55:46
Warren and Bill DeBlasio the mayor from
55:50
New York City we’re in favor of removing
55:52
private health insurance
55:57
they were they were in the minority that
56:00
day I’m a second night I believe it was
56:02
only one person in it I believe it was
56:05
like
56:09
mayor mayor Pete Buddha judge or BUTT
56:13
STUFF
56:13
in accordance with part of the problem I
56:15
believe it was only him that was not in
56:17
favor of leaving private health
56:19
insurance everyone else was like yeah
56:20
let’s get rid of health insurance if if
56:23
we’re gonna do this we’re gonna do this
56:26
we’re gonna force you onto what would
56:28
want one of the big stances that they
56:31
were taking was fighting against big
56:32
pharma we have to we have to control Big
56:35
Pharma we have to control Big Pharma and
56:37
the problem is is that the government is
56:40
there propping up Big Pharma the
56:42
government is there propping up health
56:44
insurance companies the the government
56:47
is there protecting those entities
56:49
they’re not protecting the consumer and
56:51
they shouldn’t be there protecting the
56:53
consumer they should protect the
56:54
consumer when they’ve been wronged but
56:57
they shouldn’t be protecting these
56:58
organizations they should be protecting
57:00
these providers but how they protect
57:02
them is by ensuring that they have a
57:04
government protected monopoly
57:08
when you go all right well I don’t have
57:10
to tell you how much my goods are my
57:13
services are president Rahm came to
57:16
remain an executive or cutting no no but
57:18
when you have things like certificate of
57:20
need something that’s been passed or it
57:21
still remains in 36 states where you
57:23
have one provider of healthcare services
57:27
in a certain market and you have
57:29
somebody else that says look they’re not
57:31
providing it at a very good cost they’re
57:32
they’re slow that the quality is lacking
57:35
I would like to compete against this I
57:37
want to compete they have to go to the
57:39
government the government and then they
57:41
say if it pleases the crown can I help
57:43
out these people they’re sick they need
57:45
my support they need my help I can
57:47
provide services I can make them better
57:48
the government goes alright well they’ve
57:50
got the certificate of need right now
57:52
let’s see if they want to challenge you
57:53
and sure enough nobody wants to give up
57:55
their monopoly so you now you go through
57:57
the litigation you gotta go through the
57:59
court system you gotta fight to get
58:01
permission to provide health care to
58:04
other people let’s get rid of that let’s
58:08
get rid of the protections on let’s
58:10
reduce the dependence and the copyrights
58:14
on on medication let’s reduce those
58:16
because that way once you once those
58:19
have expired then you get the generic
58:21
brands once you get the generic brands
58:22
then you know you’re spending five ten
58:24
bucks in order to buy these the
58:27
medication that’s gonna help draw prices
58:30
we could do a Bernie Sanders believed in
58:32
2016 and I haven’t seen him say this in
58:35
in this election campaigning yet but uh
58:39
allow for trading across state lines
58:42
even country lines we do that you allow
58:45
for more businesses to compete against
58:47
one another you increase your customer
58:48
base opportunity and then now you’re
58:50
having to compete against other
58:51
producers who’s gonna win you the
58:55
consumer so there’s some good things
58:58
that we could be doing and and what the
59:00
Democrats are doing here is they’re just
59:02
saying the problem is is we don’t have
59:04
enough government we don’t have enough
59:06
control on these things we need to
59:08
incentivize people to get out of these
59:10
markets the less people producing by us
59:13
having more control that’s what we need
59:15
the problem is too much government
59:18
solution is not even more they also said
59:22
the old regurgitated frustrating line
59:25
that health care is a right health care
59:28
is a privilege why is health care
59:30
privileged because if you are sitting in
59:32
the middle of the woods and you scrape
59:33
your knee you do not have a right to the
59:37
service of another in order to provide
59:39
health care to you if you would like to
59:41
provide health care to yourself you are
59:43
more than free to do so
59:44
you own your property you could do with
59:46
your property as you see fit your body
59:47
is your property you do what you want to
59:49
do with it but health care cannot be a
59:51
human right because if it is a human
59:53
right then that means you are forcing
59:54
you are forcing by the threat of
59:57
violence through the government to force
60:00
doctors to provide health care to others
60:02
oh but they’re receiving wages Jason
60:05
they’re receiving wages let’s just say
60:09
that slaves were giving some form of
60:12
wages they were given food they were
60:14
giving shelter they were giving the
60:15
basic necessities we don’t deny that
60:19
slavery was backed nobody denies that
60:21
slavery was bad it would not be good to
60:27
pay them more and still force them into
60:30
a forced service it’s not alright
60:39
Delaney who was a representative from
60:43
Maryland
60:44
he actually said something I was pretty
60:45
good now Delaney didn’t get very much
60:47
coverage he didn’t get very much talking
60:49
times he only had four questions asked
60:51
of him but Delaney was was if you look
60:55
at him he doesn’t look like a fairy he
61:00
doesn’t look like somebody that you
61:01
would you look to for for like
61:03
intelligent discussion and I know I
61:05
don’t I don’t look I don’t look like
61:07
that right I look like some just trendy
61:09
hipster as I think called or some
61:11
redneck douchebag whatever you guys want
61:14
to call me but nonetheless Delaney came
61:17
out and he said a lot of things that
61:18
really piqued my interest I wanted to
61:21
learn a little bit more about him but
61:23
his big stance when it came to insurance
61:26
was let’s keep insurance there’s a
61:28
hundred million people that have health
61:30
insurance in this country that it works
61:32
for them why we fix what’s broken and
61:34
leave what’s working
61:36
this doesn’t work for many of the
61:38
Democrats and everyone opposed that
61:42
why why do we need to break things that
61:46
are working why do we need to take
61:49
bigoted large leaps and change up
61:51
systems that are working for many people
61:54
well give you I’ll give you the reason
61:56
why this is intolerable why this is
61:59
unacceptable and that is because if you
62:02
do not force everybody onto Medicare for
62:04
all
62:04
as a result Medicare for all fails this
62:08
is the same thing as Affordable Care Act
62:10
with Affordable Care Act there is an
62:13
inseparable portion of that and that was
62:16
that if you are not a part of Medicare
62:18
Affordable Care Act if you do not have
62:20
health insurance there is the individual
62:22
mandate if you do not have the
62:24
individual mandate there’s not enough
62:26
money there’s not enough revenue in
62:28
order to keep Affordable Care Act going
62:30
which means that the cost of everything
62:32
grows the same thing happens for
62:36
Medicare for all either everybody has to
62:38
be on it you force everybody onto the
62:40
system or it’s not going to work and I’m
62:44
not Medicare for all right I don’t have
62:48
trust in the government to do basic
62:49
functions I surely don’t want to trust
62:52
them with trying to make sure that
62:53
health care is is working and thriving
62:56
in our country to ensure that my health
62:59
is taken care of I can’t trust them to
63:02
run a police force properly I can’t
63:03
trust them to operate in wars that are
63:06
only in our defense I can’t trust them
63:08
in the education system I can’t trust
63:10
them to make good financial decisions I
63:13
can’t trust them in any way shape or
63:15
form why would I want to give them
63:16
health care as well
63:20
mm-hmm so a medicare-for-all huge giant
63:23
failure and butt
63:29
yes yes tulsi gabbard is on Medicare for
63:31
all
63:32
cheese’s she’s a fan of that
63:39
don’t text and talk because you’ll
63:41
you’ll type what you you’ll text what
63:43
you type sorry about that
63:49
all right they got to the topic of
63:53
immigration this is still on the first
63:55
night you guys are still free to call in
63:57
eight zero two six seven one five three
63:58
two eight they got to the point of
64:01
immigration everybody had their own big
64:06
things
64:07
Booker wants to end ice and Dhaka ending
64:10
ice has been a big thing for a lot of
64:12
Democrats they’ve been ever since I
64:15
believe it was AOC was the first one to
64:17
come out with this so if they’re since a
64:19
freshman congresswoman comes out and
64:21
makes that that move everyone jumped on
64:23
board we have to end ice because ice is
64:25
just just a group of people coming
64:28
through and just picking up people and
64:29
throwing them in cages and then throwing
64:31
them on the other side of the border and
64:33
then he also wanted to reinstate daca
64:35
this is something that was espoused by
64:37
many of the Democrats if you were if you
64:42
believe that coming over as a child is
64:45
grounds for giving you a pathway to
64:47
citizenship you’re a fan of daca I’m not
64:49
I don’t really see daca as a inherently
64:54
a good thing I don’t know I
64:58
I think immigration is a really
65:00
destroyed topic by the way that it’s
65:03
been legislated that has been controlled
65:04
and been the involvement from both sides
65:08
just really doesn’t make sense on on
65:10
anyway Castro wants to remove the zero
65:13
tolerance so he says look you come
65:15
through the border we’re not gonna pick
65:17
you up inherently we don’t have to
65:20
enforce all the laws we just have to
65:22
enforce the laws that we agree with Jose
65:25
shows just of how lawlessness some of
65:30
the Democrats are you don’t have to
65:31
abide by laws guys but President Trump
65:34
needs to be upheld to his it really
65:36
shows this hypocrisy now when it comes
65:39
to immigration immigration of course is
65:41
is the one thing that gets people fired
65:42
up right if you’re on the right you know
65:44
that this is that thing that gets
65:46
everyone filed up fired up riled up and
65:49
ready to go you know people coming
65:51
across the border illegally without
65:54
being invited into this country and
65:55
coming in in here and and being
65:58
subsidized or being able to be a benefit
66:01
of your taxpayer dollars it really
66:04
speaks against the idea of taxation
66:05
without representation because they
66:08
don’t represent you but at the end of
66:12
the day I think that there’s there’s
66:14
people that come across this border that
66:16
come into this country illegally and
66:19
they are purely economic migrants
66:21
they’re coming here to be good people
66:23
they they may not be seeking asylum but
66:26
they may be just thinking a better way
66:28
of life they may never actually be
66:30
dependent upon the welfare state they
66:32
may never be involved with the war on
66:34
drugs which I think would be two big
66:36
ways of reducing the incentive for
66:38
people to come here right remove the
66:40
welfare state remove the war on drugs
66:42
and a lot of our foreign policy measures
66:45
that have driven people to this country
66:49
but they could be coming here to provide
66:52
a better life and I don’t
66:55
I don’t think that imaginary imaginary
66:57
line in the sand is a reason to just
67:00
throw somebody over it again commit a
67:03
crime I can understand right I
67:05
understand like the whole you commit a
67:06
crime deep for you I disagree with the
67:09
sanctuary states right disagree with
67:10
Democrats on it I disagree with the idea
67:12
that you come across the border and then
67:14
now we’re gonna use violence and throw
67:16
you out there there really is like this
67:18
weird middle ground and and I don’t
67:20
think enough people are I don’t think
67:23
enough people are free minded enough to
67:25
to really acknowledge that and to have a
67:28
rational discussion on it but that’s
67:32
that’s been one that we’ve been covering
67:33
for a while
67:39
they moved on from there and they went
67:41
to the Iran war where we covered what
67:43
tolls he gathered and Ryan did I put
67:47
destroyed Ryan yeah but when it comes
67:55
when it came to the Iran deal the 2015
67:58
Iran deal the one that president Trump
67:59
pulled us out of all the Democrats
68:01
except for Booker would sign the 2015
68:04
Iran deal as it was written interesting
68:07
point there interesting to think about
68:09
how that would be functioning but that
68:12
that’s when they decided upon Bill
68:15
DeBlasio I have to give props to Bill
68:18
DeBlasio because he actually called out
68:20
the War Powers Act the War Powers Act
68:23
and he called them for all the conflicts
68:28
that presidents have gotten us involved
68:29
in and not following through on on the
68:33
the criteria of the War Powers Act and
68:36
so therefore there’s been a lot of
68:38
unconstitutional actions being committed
68:41
by the President of the United States of
68:42
course he was using this to target
68:44
president Trump but I like the principle
68:48
there I like it I wish that he would
68:49
expand it and actually utilize it across
68:51
the board but that’s been something that
68:57
I’ve been calling for it to be revoked
68:59
because even the War Powers Act passed
69:01
by Congress is unconstitutional the idea
69:03
that the government can tell the
69:05
government that the government can do
69:06
what the government wants to not in
69:08
accordance with what the the supreme law
69:10
goal and the Constitution just see just
69:13
screams unconstitutionality to anyone
69:16
who actually cares about the document
69:19
the idea that article 1 section 8 which
69:21
is the portion that allows for Congress
69:24
to declare war and write letters of
69:26
marque lead you into article 2 section 2
69:29
where when called into service ie when
69:32
when war is declared the president then
69:34
becomes commander-in-chief and and come
69:37
commands the military whether it’s the
69:40
army or the Navy Air Force obviously was
69:42
made back then and to be able to utilize
69:45
them and more unrestricted within the
69:48
confinements of the declaration of war
69:52
that’s that’s the constitutionality
69:54
there right once called into service the
69:57
president can utilize military force the
70:00
reason why the supreme is articled sakes
70:02
sec the second clause where it says the
70:05
Constitution in the laws and the
70:07
pursuance thereof I was supreme law lame
70:09
so this War Powers Act the the Miller
70:16
authorized use of military force from
70:19
2001 2002 both of those things are
70:23
unconstitutional they allow for the the
70:24
president United States to utilize the
70:26
military and not defensive measures a
70:30
non defensive measures against foreign
70:34
entities and even then the War Powers
70:36
Act and the authorized use of military
70:39
force neither one of those have been
70:41
adhered to and even the requirements
70:43
that they have allowed so I think would
70:46
behoove of of Congress to actually
70:49
revoke those acts and actually hold
70:51
presidents accountable in the future
70:56
in corporate are actually called for
70:58
President Trump to go to Congress about
71:00
Iran she says that they need to actually
71:03
he needs to address Congress now what we
71:05
saw with with Trump and if you guys were
71:07
manage to forget this with Iran he did
71:10
call the military strike and they called
71:12
it off Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer
71:15
were cheering were happy were ecstatic
71:17
about the the idea that Trump was gonna
71:21
be bombing Iran we aren’t sure exactly
71:23
why my opinions my thoughts my
71:26
conspiracy on this is that they were
71:29
excited to see president Trump break one
71:31
of his promises to get us involved in
71:32
another war to another conflict in the
71:34
Middle East and as a result they finally
71:37
got to quote-unquote break Trump well
71:39
after they had left Trump calls off the
71:41
attack but the thing is that President
71:45
Trump had never actually gotten
71:49
Congress’s approved now you say well
71:52
they shot down one of our drones jason–
71:55
jason– they shot down one of our drones
71:57
not good enough because even one of the
72:01
administration or one of the officials
72:04
within the Trump administration after
72:06
the event had said that there was
72:09
questions on if the drone had ever
72:12
entered into Iranian airspace should it
72:16
have gone into the Iranian airspace and
72:19
then left it was out there 21 miles in
72:21
accordance with what the media and the
72:22
government says it was when it was shot
72:25
down it had still violated and still had
72:29
ruined and and and infringed upon the
72:33
sovereignty of Iran so they would be
72:36
justifying taking down an unmanned drone
72:39
so with the facts laid out there really
72:43
isn’t an argument for President Trump to
72:44
get involved over there needs to have
72:46
congressional approval I don’t care
72:48
whether whether the drone was in the
72:51
airspace or not when you want to spy
72:53
upon a political enemy not even an
72:56
actual enemy just a political enemy you
73:00
need to have congressional approval
73:01
before you before you get involved
73:07
I’m gonna wrap up the first day of
73:10
interviews or debate and and what I did
73:14
was when I when I listened to the
73:17
closing arguments I only listened to
73:19
them one time but I wanted to I wrote
73:22
down all the big takeaways of what what
73:26
all these Democratic candidates were
73:27
supporting what they what they believe
73:29
would be their big mock motto
73:31
in order to push them through the
73:34
primaries and then to the general well
73:36
Delaney said that he wanted to have real
73:38
expectations right you don’t want to put
73:40
out promises like you’re going to end
73:42
the federal the federal debt by the end
73:46
of your second term right you want to
73:49
have something that’s realistic you want
73:50
to have something that that’s achievable
73:52
that’s of the delaney was talking about
73:54
throughout the entire night bill de
73:57
blasio was talking about how he’s gonna
73:59
help make the economy better he was
74:01
going to reduce and defeat poverty by
74:05
implementing a $15 minimum wage so if
74:09
you guys are a fan of hurting people and
74:12
preventing them from getting jobs
74:13
because they’re not worth $15 an hour if
74:15
you want to increase the rate of which
74:17
Automation is has a demand then bill de
74:22
blasio is the man for you
74:24
Inslee from Washington State he
74:26
continued he said that early on in the
74:29
debate that his first second and third
74:32
priority was climate change and his
74:34
closing argument coincided with that as
74:37
well Ryan said that he basically Ryan
74:41
coming from the the heart of America if
74:44
you will said that he wants to bring
74:46
everyone together that he actually wants
74:48
to unite the country and he actually
74:49
wants to remember those who have been
74:52
forgotten that are still here in this
74:54
country right he’s not he’s not speaking
74:55
to the to the to those in Arlington
74:59
Cemetery but he’s talking about the
75:01
Forgotten people in this country and and
75:03
certainly that was something that
75:04
trumpet talked about during his
75:06
campaigning so there’s there’s
75:11
is good there right that calling to
75:13
unite people that’s a good message I
75:15
think that
75:17
outside of the Democrats outside in the
75:19
far left there’s been some uniting in
75:22
this country since President Trump came
75:24
into office but there can always be more
75:29
uniting for sure Tulsi Gabbard of course
75:33
talked about getting us out of conflicts
75:35
getting us out of Foreign Wars and she
75:37
said peace prosperity and justice for
75:39
all
75:39
beautiful Castro said he spoke some
75:43
Spanish finally that was the one thing
75:46
that I did forget to cover Beto Booker
75:51
they were speaking Spanish but Castro in
75:53
his final closing argument hit up that
75:56
Spanish book and he started speaking
75:58
even though he is the only one that uh
76:02
he was the only one that I believe that
76:06
that’s his native language but he said
76:09
he was basically proud of his heritage
76:10
and said goodbye the Trump so do you
76:13
guys want somebody that’s going to come
76:14
into office to speak Spanish to you
76:17
Castro’s the man for you in clover char
76:22
she said that she did a bunch of things
76:24
in the Senate and that she has integrity
76:25
so vote for her good talk the court
76:29
bunker said he basically looked at the
76:31
coat the community that came from look
76:33
at my heritage look where I came from
76:34
I’m a good guy we need to get back to
76:38
the country’s roots
76:40
so he’s all about the identity um
76:42
Elizabeth Warren she basically said I
76:45
had a pity story I had a heart growing
76:48
up
76:49
struggled and as a result I will fight
76:51
for you and I listen to I listen to Beto
76:57
Francis Beto O’Rourke Francis Robert
77:02
O’Rourke and his closing statement was
77:05
so impactful to me and it really pulled
77:09
on my heartstrings that I could only
77:10
think of two words to summarize the
77:13
entire thing it was just a giant word
77:15
south it was just a words out there was
77:17
a bunch of words in there they could
77:19
have pulled on somebody’s heartstrings
77:21
they certainly didn’t pull on mine but
77:22
uh he was there to do something say
77:27
something and and he said a bunch of
77:29
things fantastic good job Beto I think I
77:31
really think you you failed that right
77:33
after running for the Senate and now
77:35
we’re running on the presidential
77:36
campaign trail you would think that you
77:38
would have a good closing argument
77:40
didn’t really have
77:46
all right
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right
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thank you guys all for for sharing this
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for everything else we’re about to get
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right get caught up in the second day
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the second day of of debates from last
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night thank you guys all for the support
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appreciate you all
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laughs yeah let me cover no I’m not
78:19
gonna cover myself I’ll put it over
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there
78:21
I’ll leave where I was thank you guys
78:23
all for for coming in tonight hopefully
78:25
you guys are seeing something different
78:28
if I’m missing stuff feel free to call
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it always do I realize no that does not
78:37
include the peanut gallery but because I
78:41
know I know
78:42
we’re hitting on this pretty brief
78:43
although although we we’ve been going at
78:46
it for 40 minutes on just the one topic
78:48
but I’m sure that you guys have your own
78:51
thoughts your own insights and feel free
78:53
to drop those in on us I can’t even get
78:56
my my thing to load any more but for
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last night’s debate the lineup of the
79:02
the second tent right where you had
79:05
Kamala Harris you had Joe Biden you had
79:10
Buddha judge you had you had Andrew yang
79:16
that was fantastic
79:18
you had a lot of a lot of people you had
79:21
10 more crazy loons right you’d give
79:24
Bernie Sanders satis mm-hmm fantastic
79:29
time it was interesting right it was
79:33
interesting because the first night
79:35
there was a lot of there’s a lot of
79:37
discussions and answering of questions
79:38
the second night what we saw more of was
79:42
more attacking one another and Joe Biden
79:48
received a lot of backlash and and
79:51
certainly you guys are gonna be getting
79:53
this from a lot of you are the
79:54
commentators which is why I’m not gonna
79:55
hit it too heavily we’re not gonna stick
79:57
on this for very long but
80:02
Joe Biden had said something and a bunch
80:05
of other candidates wanted to start
80:08
talking over one another to try to get
80:10
their time in and I thought this was
80:13
very telling of what the Democrats feel
80:16
because Kamala Harris got called out by
80:18
the moderators to answer the next
80:20
question
80:20
and she said America doesn’t want to see
80:23
a food fight they want to know how we
80:25
will put food on their table can I get a
80:31
show of hands can can you guys drop a1
80:34
can you guys put something in the
80:35
comment section if you are wondering how
80:37
the government is going to put food on
80:39
your table
80:41
can can anybody tell me that they are
80:44
honestly waiting for somebody else
80:48
waiting for somebody else to put some on
80:52
their table for them or are you gonna go
80:55
out and do yourself
80:56
so come on the Harris believes that it
80:58
is the government’s duty to provide for
81:02
you to nurture for you to put food on
81:04
your table to put food in your bellies
81:06
water down your throats and everything
81:08
else and hopefully not not a torturing
81:12
way but I think that this is really the
81:15
telling difference between the Democrats
81:17
and those who enjoy liberty government
81:21
is there to protect and not provide not
81:23
to put food on the table that is your
81:26
job that is your role in life but Kamala
81:29
Harris doesn’t care throughout the night
81:33
Joe Biden was making sure that everybody
81:37
knew that he was a part of the Obama
81:38
administration he was taking he was
81:41
taking responsibility for some things
81:43
over past as a collective right so
81:47
things that the Obama administration had
81:48
passed with maybe with some of his
81:52
support maybe with some of this help but
81:53
as the vice president he really doesn’t
81:55
have much control he was taking a lot of
82:00
of responsibility for those things and
82:03
and it was beautiful to see Democrats it
82:06
was beautiful to see Democrats really
82:07
provide some pushback against what Obama
82:09
had done or what Joe Biden done walling
82:11
off his I felt like he was the because
82:16
he was leading in the polls coming into
82:18
this that everybody everybody was going
82:20
after Joe Biden and really knocked him
82:24
down a bunch of polls come all the hairs
82:25
had a really heated dispute with him and
82:28
basically said that he was not
82:30
supportive of people who called him
82:32
because he supported racist people that
82:34
he didn’t support busing and she she
82:37
brought out her sob story mm-hmm you had
82:41
Eric swallow mr. Newcomb all he went
82:44
after Joe Biden and said basically Joe
82:46
Biden when he was six years old when
82:47
Eric swole was six years old that Joe
82:49
Biden said that he did that they needed
82:52
a hand off the torch to the next
82:53
generation and said that they needed to
82:54
do it right then and there and Joe Biden
82:56
was like I was just talking then and now
82:59
I’m gonna keep this torch I’m gonna keep
83:01
touching it we keep touching it like the
83:03
little girls that love to touch on on
83:05
the media everyone was going after him
83:08
nobody was really going after Bernie
83:10
Sanders but Bernie Sanders was doing
83:11
enough last night to to really just show
83:16
that he is a broken record he is a
83:19
broken record in the way that every
83:21
single time it seemed like he was
83:22
talking he said let’s push Medicare was
83:25
fighting his Big Pharma’s fight against
83:26
the big companies let’s fight against
83:28
the people that have all this wealth and
83:30
that’s it we just need to redistribute
83:33
the wealth we just need to reduce review
83:36
a bunch of stuff and that’s what’s gonna
83:37
fix this country we just need to
83:40
redistribute the money and so he kind of
83:42
took himself out of relevance on its own
83:44
so Bernie Sanders I think that that poll
83:46
really did hurt her the the debate last
83:49
night hurt him and and good for him
83:51
Thank You America for for not buying
83:53
into that entirely yes I’m looking at
83:56
you Bernie bros that are still on board
83:57
with the Bernie I want to feel the Bern
84:02
get a reality check get checked out bro
84:06
but but they also were asked very
84:12
similar questions the economy 70
84:15
Americans 70 percent of Americans
84:16
believe in it but even the second 10 of
84:19
the Democrats all said that the economy
84:22
is not good for the American people we
84:25
need to do more we need to control more
84:27
we need to regulate more we need to
84:29
prevent you from having more of your
84:30
money we need to implement things that
84:32
are going to cost more money and we’re
84:34
not going to tell you how much is gonna
84:35
cost you you but Bernie Sanders at least
84:38
came out and said yes you will be paying
84:40
more for Medicare for all he said yes
84:41
you will see an increase in your taxes
84:44
but what you receive is free free
84:48
nobody’s buying a Bernie
84:54
and when it comes to that when it comes
84:56
to that idea
84:58
the Democrats are notorious for this we
85:01
want to raise the taxes we want to raise
85:02
the taxes on the 1% so I’m a part of the
85:05
1% Bernie Sanders and then I want to
85:07
raise it on the point 1 percent I want
85:09
to raise it on people that are doing
85:10
better than me
85:11
but at the same time regardless of how
85:14
good I’m doing
85:15
I will never volunteer another penny a
85:18
penny more than what I’m required to and
85:20
Bernie Sanders certainly shown that that
85:23
is the way he wants to live his life
85:24
while also providing very very little in
85:29
contributions to charities and donation
85:31
centers right about 3% of his of his tax
85:35
returns that he released showed that he
85:37
was not giving in anyway but he’s
85:39
willing to fight to take your money away
85:41
from you
85:42
what a good virtue signal he is it also
85:47
came up in the second night because we
85:49
had two people that were in favor of
85:50
universal basic income you have Andrew
85:52
Yang who got called out by the
85:54
moderators who’s beautiful
85:56
Andrew yang who has been a fan of $1,000
86:00
for every adult in this country no
86:02
questions asked each month for as long
86:05
as you live so that’s $12,000 a year the
86:08
cost of that would be three point two
86:12
trillion dollars a year three point two
86:15
trillion dollars that is about what the
86:17
federal government gains in revenant
86:21
in the same amount of money in that in
86:25
the moderator really put him on his
86:28
heels by saying are you gonna pay for
86:31
that in Andrew yang with the smart
86:34
wizardry that he is he says well we’re
86:37
gonna have a bat tax so when you buy
86:41
things you’re going to get taxed
86:44
and then that money that you get taxed
86:46
is gonna go back in paying you
86:52
that makes sense so you’re paying for
86:55
yourself to get paid it makes sense now
87:00
when it comes to that right the the
87:02
whole idea is that the more rich that
87:04
you are the more that you’re going to
87:05
spend the more that you’re gonna the
87:08
more the VAT tax is going to be
87:09
applicable and so you’re going to
87:10
redistribute that down that’s all that
87:12
that really is but the problem is is
87:14
that those on the lower end of the
87:15
spectrum the lower end of the economic
87:16
scale they spend more of their income
87:19
they spend more of their income on
87:22
buying food on buying things in order to
87:27
sustain their lives rather than the
87:28
luxury life there’s a lot less savings
87:31
that are going on there and so a higher
87:33
percentage of their money will be going
87:36
towards as fat tax as opposed to the the
87:38
rich who if you know that you have a
87:41
temporary system that is going to be
87:43
costing you even more you’re probably
87:46
going to be more likely to save it up
87:48
and that’s more possible at the top so
87:50
even his system doesn’t doesn’t pass the
87:54
math test and he got called out and that
87:57
was beautiful Kamala Harris is the other
87:59
individual that is in favor of the
88:01
universe basic income but she’s saying
88:03
four people four households that are
88:04
making less than $100,000 and instead of
88:07
a thousand dollars it’s gonna been five
88:08
hundred so it’s the nice incremental
88:10
step in between she’s in favor of
88:13
redistributing wealth and she’s very
88:15
open about that free distribution of
88:18
wealth does not make there’s no Kensi in
88:21
economics that actually works there’s no
88:23
broken window fallacy that holds true
88:27
that rings true and Kamala Harris is
88:30
just pushing for ridiculousness I’m
88:33
literally the peanut gallery
88:35
thanks Jacob I appreciate you bro
88:40
[Music]
88:44
I just there’s not a single economist
88:48
out there that supports the idea of the
88:50
universal basic income no matter how
88:52
eloquent somebody is no matter how well
88:54
somebody tries to guys this up and make
88:57
it seem like it’s it’s gonna make our
88:59
economy boom and grow it just doesn’t
89:02
happen it just doesn’t happen even even
89:05
Andrew yang who broke out the numbers
89:07
remember it’s three trillion dollars
89:10
three trillion dollars that is gonna be
89:11
spent from the government to send back
89:13
to the people he said it’s going to grow
89:15
grow the economy by 900 billion dollars
89:21
so less than a third so what you’re
89:25
saying is you’re gonna chop down the
89:27
economy by a third
89:31
sounds fantastic thank you Andrew yang
89:36
they also got due to education and and I
89:40
got to give a shout out to spike Owen if
89:42
you’re still out there in the comments
89:43
section thank you for being there but
89:46
Jill Biden and a bunch of the Democrats
89:49
throughout the debate have been calling
89:51
for basically socializing or
89:54
nationalizing our our college system
89:57
right we need to have 17 years of
90:00
college of schooling paid forward by the
90:03
government right you they pay for
90:05
kindergarten they pay for K through 12
90:08
and then they need to pay the last four
90:11
years or plus right regardless of of
90:15
wire in school how long you’ve been in
90:17
school the government should be there
90:18
and they should be paying for you and
90:20
helping you sustain and continuing on
90:22
with your life
90:27
Joe Biden was kind of one of the more
90:29
conservative people on this and he said
90:31
that families who make less than $25,000
90:35
should be getting free education what’s
90:38
interesting is that Joe Biden is also a
90:39
fan of $15 minimum wage which if you get
90:42
paid $15 minimum wage one person that’s
90:45
$31,000 so Joe Biden basically says look
90:47
if you’re working you have to pay for it
90:50
you’re not working free college
90:56
literally trying to give you a freebie I
90:59
don’t want to work so I can get free
91:01
college thanks Joe Biden so that free
91:05
handout will be a will be exhaustively
91:07
used it will not be depleted and will
91:10
somehow find a way to make a benefit out
91:13
of it but the reason why I had to call a
91:17
spike on this was the spike made a
91:19
beautiful post the other day and
91:21
basically it was like you know those
91:23
Socialists that are pushing for 17 years
91:25
of school they’re wrong because we only
91:28
need 13 years of school paid for by the
91:30
government
91:31
right and of course his was a
91:33
tongue-in-cheek because if you’re still
91:36
advocating for thirteen years you’re
91:37
still advocating for the government to
91:38
pay for your education to have control
91:42
because when the when the government has
91:43
ties and control over when it when it
91:47
gives you funding it has control it can
91:49
manipulate and handle the the market in
91:52
which they’re involved with and so when
91:54
they have control over your education
91:56
system you have the results that we have
91:59
now education is getting worse and worse
92:02
by the year every year it gets worse
92:04
Common Core is becoming more common
92:06
people are doing worse off the education
92:10
standards are slipping people meeting
92:13
those expectations that are slipping
92:15
those are also slipping I know what we
92:19
need we just need more government more
92:21
of the same problem will result in a
92:24
worse problem
92:28
and of course they had they did of
92:31
course in the second I’d also have to
92:32
cover climate change many people said
92:35
that that was the the big geopolitical
92:38
problem of this country and everybody
92:41
had different definitions of when the
92:43
problem was going to be the most
92:46
advantageous it put the country closer
92:51
to destruction
92:52
some people said 12 years some people
92:54
said some people said 2050 everyone had
92:58
kind of this weird ambiguous line that
93:01
was moving and it was just transitioning
93:04
all around and it really does show that
93:06
there’s no cohesiveness right this is
93:09
why whenever the left and people talk
93:11
about 97% of scientists agree on climate
93:15
change they agree that the climate is
93:18
changing all right nobody’s denying that
93:20
the problem is that the the severity and
93:24
the the you know the severity of this
93:27
that is where everyone disagrees on
93:30
everybody disagrees on that there there
93:32
is obviously conditions out there that
93:35
are growing that are changing and and
93:37
this problem will eventually be a much
93:41
bigger problem than it is today where
93:43
when that happens nobody really knows
93:46
there’s a lot of projections and a lot
93:47
of projections that have been made or
93:49
part of them disproven because we passed
93:51
those times and it just shows that
93:55
as pro science as the left is it’s
93:59
another one of those stances that
94:00
they’re not there really aren’t Darrell
94:04
who just whatever I believe whatever I
94:06
feel that’s what it’s got to be this one
94:09
scientists said this one think so that
94:10
scientist is obviously right there’s no
94:12
there’s no checks and balances honest
94:14
and if it’s just horrible I think
94:19
overall because everybody’s always
94:22
interested who do you think won the
94:24
debates right I remember from the 2016
94:27
presidential election right you had the
94:30
first the first debate Hillary Clinton
94:33
won and then you had President Trump
94:35
with the final two from the first night
94:39
who won the presidential Democratic
94:42
debates Elizabeth Warren managed to make
94:46
herself look decent but that’s because
94:49
she had the second most questions that
94:52
had eight questions Cory Booker at ten
94:54
she she made herself look decent amy
94:57
klobuchar
94:58
being kind of the moderate out there she
95:01
made herself look decently for the
95:05
biggest hit Tulsi Gabbard ranked old
95:07
together you gotta give her props for
95:09
really hitting Ryan
95:11
early on in that but uh I I’m leaning
95:16
towards Elizabeth Warren winning on that
95:18
one
95:19
I know that tolls he hammered it at had
95:21
some some pretty big jumps actually have
95:25
a actually have a poll from I believe it
95:29
was the Huffington Post and they
95:32
explained some of the jump so Kamala
95:35
Harris went up
95:38
oh this is from unbiased America come
95:41
all the Harris went up about 11% up to
95:44
24% Joe Biden went down eight point nine
95:46
percent like I said he got hit pretty
95:48
hard down to nineteen point two percent
95:51
so come on Harris is the first place Joe
95:55
Biden second place nineteen point two
95:57
Elizabeth warm 10.4% up to Boyer
96:00
actually let’s just make that easy
96:03
so come on Harris first place Joe Biden
96:05
second Elizabeth Warren 16.1% moving up
96:08
point four percent Pete boo to judge one
96:11
up to eleven point six he is now jumped
96:14
over Bernice and s so this was from
96:19
unbiased America and so the big jump was
96:23
from Kamala Harris jumping up Joe Biden
96:26
was sliding down in the second place and
96:28
Bernie Sanders and Pete Buddha judge
96:31
swapping places from the second night I
96:34
said I was really impressed with Pete
96:37
Buddha judge in the way that he was
96:38
eloquent with the way that he was
96:41
talking it definitely was was nice and
96:44
there was there was a bit of humility
96:46
about people to judge I think they
96:48
really appreciated portrayed himself
96:49
well I disagreed on on a lot of his
96:52
politics of course but even despite that
96:56
even despite his his eloquence and his
97:02
only slight jump in the polls I really
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think that he was one of the one of the
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big winners there I think Kamala Harris
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with her emotional outrage really
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grabbing onto the the heartstrings of
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Americans you know she she won some
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points there even though even though
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like I said I’m not going to get into it
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even though she contradicted herself in
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her stances of the past it was a huge
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it was a big day for some of them and
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Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders both kind
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of took big hits there was people like
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Eric Schwaab all that were trying to be
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relevant trying to try to be like look
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at me camera get on me because they
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weren’t getting very many questions but
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Eric’s wall just made himself look even
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more ridiculous than what he already was
97:48
I’m sure that in the back of his mind he
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was like can I nuke these people too can
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i what can I do here because I have to
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do something yeah so a second night Big
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Buddha judge Kamala Harris III think
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that they would be the the two winners
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if you will from my from my in and my
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thoughts I want to leave you guys with
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this actually will do to two quick
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stories on on from this debate and then
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I’m gonna finish up with the with one
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quick story and that will will wrap this
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up for the night it’s it’s a jam-packed
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filled show tonight boys and girls from
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the libertarian Republic
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they actually wrote a list of the
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Democratic free proposals Democrats
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never seem to give credit to free roads
98:42
free firemen free police free education
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or our free military when you call 9-1-1
98:47
after your house was robbed or when it’s
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on fire people come to address the issue
98:50
and never send you an itemized bill when
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you send your kids off to K through 12
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the most you have to directly contribute
98:57
is school supplies when using non toll
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roads you’re driving on something that
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took no money to create and maintain
99:03
whatsoever right if the above examples
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seem absurd given how much we actually
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pay for the military the police the
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courts the roads the end the education
99:13
system you may have some ideas as to why
99:16
eyes do the RDJ gloss over every time a
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politician describes the some program
99:23
they’re trying to bribe voters with as
99:25
free and that’s what it is it’s just a
99:27
bribe but this isn’t an exhaustive list
99:32
but here was a list of what Democrats
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would like to ensure that you get for
99:36
free they want to give you college child
99:38
care health care drugs alternative
99:40
energy debt raises subsidies benefits
99:45
sick days pre-k doubling the EIC
99:48
family leave certain lending abortions
99:52
foreign aid mental health counseling
99:54
resiliency agriculture seawalls
99:57
reparations military engagements
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infrastructure out art housing increase
100:04
to current entitlement programs and
100:05
money for every one monthly just because
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what a giving group of people they are
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it’s not coming out of their wallets is
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coming out of yours
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thank you Democrats I appreciate that
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and the last thing we’re gonna cover
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with the night was that Andrew yang said
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that his microphone from the second
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night was not all night times during the
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democratic debate Democratic
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presidential candidate Andrew yang
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claimed his microphone was not on a few
100:29
times when he attempted to jump in
100:31
during the Thursday night’s democratic
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debate there’s also a few times for your
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information where I just started talking
100:37
being like hey I want to add something
100:39
there and my mic was not on
100:42
and is this sort of thing where it’s not
100:44
like you started talking it takes over
100:46
the conversation it’s it’s like I was
100:48
talking but nothing was happening and I
100:50
was like Oh F so that happened a bit too
100:54
so Andrew yang somebody who didn’t shine
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in the light also didn’t get his
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microphone maybe you discerned a little
101:02
bit better maybe maybe you’d have made a
101:03
bigger fool of himself but I think that
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that really speaks to potential of the
101:10
DNC still being up to DNC things and and
101:13
really pushing one way or the other on
101:15
which candidates they want to see be
101:17
successful which ones they do not all
101:21
right last article last top topic we’re
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gonna cover for the night and then we’re
101:26
gonna bounce out of here and enjoy our
101:29
weekend so the Charlottesville attacker
101:31
man who was driving the Dodge Challenger
101:34
into the crowd of demmer of
101:37
demonstrators James field jr. was
101:39
sentenced Friday’s for the killing of
101:41
Hal of Heather hire he was sentenced to
101:45
life in prison
101:47
he apologized in court before receiving
101:50
a sentence according to The Associated
101:51
Press and he had pled guilty to federal
101:54
hate crime charges and he will be he
101:58
will still be sentenced next month on
102:00
state charges so this was from back in
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2017
102:03
of course Charlottesville where the
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media and Democrats have wrongly claimed
102:11
that Trump said that there was good good
102:14
people on both sides and trying to say
102:16
that you know white nationalist he was
102:18
saying they were good people you know
102:20
we’ve seen that that quote come out of
102:22
context plenty of times but
102:26
James filled admitting that this was him
102:29
having film of him doing it going to
102:34
prison for life now many people are
102:36
calling for his death and if it didn’t
102:39
cause so much this would be one of those
102:42
situations where I don’t think it would
102:43
necessarily be the worst idea if we
102:48
could do it in a way that was
102:50
cost-effective and I have to I have to
102:53
stand here and say if it was
102:56
cost-effective because the way that the
102:58
state does executions the way that they
103:00
push through that the cost to the
103:04
taxpayer to do this it would actually be
103:06
cheaper to leave them in jail for the
103:07
rest of his life potentially we could
103:10
have where somebody takes care of the
103:12
taxpayer and takes care of the situation
103:14
while in jail and maybe maybe that’s the
103:16
way that we go but with that guys I’m
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gonna wrap up the show I appreciate you
103:20
all for coming in tonight I appreciate
103:25
you all for being here for coming in for
103:27
sharing this out for supporting Muddy
103:29
Waters media and remember you find us on
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103:39
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103:41
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103:42
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103:46
don’t drink a driver ride with those who
103:48
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103:49
about you and love you deeply and they
103:51
want to see you get back here safe and
103:52
sound to start the whole week all over
103:54
again with me mr. merica the bitter
103:56
truth Jason line on Monday night so be
103:59
safe be well and I’ll see you guys
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Monday


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