Mr Bearded Truth 27 – A declaration with a boom.

Mr. 'Murica: The Bearded Truth


About This Episode


We discuss the 2nd Amendment restoration act and why everyone should support this, regardless of party.

Justin Amash announces he is leaving the GOP. I cover what that means for the future of him and possible wins.

Discussing the situation down on the southern border, brought to us by none other than AOC, it’s well worth the listen.


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I messed that one up tonight huh welcome
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in everybody my name is mr. Mirko the
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bearded truth Jason Lyon thank you guys
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get into the news of the week I do have
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to talk about and as Dave hunter just
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dropped in the comment there on YouTube
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lid I won’t talk about what happened
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this Wednesday night so Wednesday night
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I went on spike show so I was on the my
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fellow Americans list by Cohen then I
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gotta say I enjoyed I enjoyed that show
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maybe a little bit too much it was it
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was fantastic time and coming here and
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doing it just one just me my camera and
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my microphone it’s just not the same not
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having the the quote-unquote
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international jus with me so we’ll see
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what the future holds but that was a
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fantastic night and thank you to spike
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for for bringing me on for his one-year
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anniversary if you guys didn’t catch
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being lefty enough so now that we’ve got
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all that knocked out and out of the way
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we can talk about what’s been going on
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this last week so Marion Williams that
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we’re going to talk a little bit about
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her we’re going to talk about with
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something that got released yeah am I
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going to talk about that in mind there’s
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a bill that is being sponsored by
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representative Alexander Mooney
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from West Virginia we got to talk about
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that bill because he’s got Thomas Massie
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on board with that so when you have
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Thomas Massie it’s a good bill usually
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so we’ll we’ll use our discernment
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skills to figure out if it really is
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we’re also gonna talk about the fourth
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of July the fourth of July was a big day
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in all in a lot of ways so we’ll talk a
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little bit about the the military parade
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we’ll talk about Justin Amash leaving
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the GOP so we’ll cover those and yes of
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course we’ll have to cover Trump’s
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Trump’s gaffe during his discussion
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governing over that and we’ll talk a
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little bit about the border we haven’t
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talked about the border in a little
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while we’ve talked about in in in an
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ideological sense but we’ll talk about
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in the pragmatic sense tonight as well
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and we have to talk about black area we
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got to do it it’s it’s one of those
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required things I guess because
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everybody everybody likes to know what’s
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going on in the world of media Disney
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Hollywood and and so we’ll we’ll quickly
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knock through that
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so thank you guys all for being here I
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do greatly appreciate it
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um
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worth had an earthquake it’s a sign
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whoo-hoo there was an earthquake huh
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I missed the earthquake I miss see I
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missed the big news I missed the actual
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groundbreaking earth-shaking news I
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guess
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too busy stuck in the politics I
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apologize
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I’m very good host am i but
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I want to first start off with this
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build that I talked about with from
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Alexander Mooney from representative
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from West Virginia this bill was called
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the Second Amendment Protection Act
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me as a strong gun advocate my ears perk
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up my my heart starts beating I might
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might get a little making a little drool
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Diglett or dribbling down my mouth when
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you talk about protecting the Second
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Amendment no no no I’m not a fan of just
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protecting it of course I’m a fan of
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restoring it but I digress so what is
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the purpose of this bill this bill is
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actually is being pushed and it should
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be supported should be bipartisan
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support it should be for anyone who
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enjoys Liberty in any sense
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should be something that everyone
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supports and in Gries with the whole
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entire purpose here the entire premise
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here is that you don’t have to choose
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which rights and liberties you want to
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exercise so right now as it sits it’s
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still federally illegal for you to have
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marijuana for you to have a prescription
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for marijuana for you to carry marijuana
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for you to ingest marijuana even if in
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the state you’re utilizing it in it is
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legal even if that prescription for the
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marijuana is legal and so what this bill
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is all about
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is about making it where if you have a
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medical prescription for marijuana and
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you’re utilizing it within that ooh they
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have a typo on here marijuana has got a
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J there but that’s cute but the the
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premise here is that if you have an
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actual medical prescription for
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marijuana legally you’re not allowed to
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touch firearms legally you actually have
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to sign on there when you when you
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purchase firearms when you go through
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your background screening and everything
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else you have to put on there if you
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have a medical prescription for
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marijuana which bans you from from
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exercising your right as of being able
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to obtain and carry weapons and not just
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for your self-defense but also for the
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defense of others around you especially
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when your government is trying to become
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tyrannical in many ways we have a
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question from parascope who’s like god
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21 so you believe everyone should be
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armed teachers preachers day care
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providers I believe that you should not
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be I don’t think that the question is is
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should these people be armed I think the
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question should be are who is standing
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in their way from allowing them to
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exercise their rights now you as a
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consumer if you have a children and you
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want to have a teacher that doesn’t have
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that doesn’t carry I think that that
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there’s a market for you if you if you
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have children and you would like them
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for them to be protected maybe a school
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where the teachers are are where the
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possibility of teachers being armed is
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something that is allowed and that goes
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the same for the preachers for the
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daycare providers for whoever whatever
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services are being provided
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it’s interesting to note and so it’s
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important and interesting to note that
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there are schools already in this
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country that are private that have never
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been shot up all the while they have not
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they have allowed for their teachers to
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be armed they are well announced that
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those schools the faculty and the staff
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members are capable of carrying firearms
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on the premise so these schools never
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being shown up I think it’s interesting
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going to bring up within this discussion
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but meanwhile we have 98 percent of our
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mass shootings occurring in gun-free
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zones so there’s kind of this weird
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thing where we open up a market to allow
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for for mass shootings for four or more
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victims not being the shooter
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and so we we endorse that and we accept
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that but when it fails we just say well
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we need better policing I think the each
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and every one of us would be a better
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police in our own life
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I think that that’s that is inherently
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true with any society in which we live
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in right you can disagree with the way
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that people live but as long as you’re
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not infringing upon others and you using
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them for defensive purposes there’s no
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wrong with that so this bill I do 100%
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agree with it because you should never
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be in a position where you have to
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decide on which rights you want to live
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or utilize or exercise right imagine if
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when you were born you were given a
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checklist do you want your freedom of
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speech yes all right well you just lost
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your gun rights I want my gun rights I
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wanna be able to protect myself well
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then you can’t speak or I want to be
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able to speak and I want my guns all
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right well then now you don’t have your
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Fourth Amendment right the your right of
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privacy if we just sit there as if the
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government just sits there and decides
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that hey look you know there’s a
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medicinal purpose you got prescribed
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this drug in order to help yourself in
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cope with different things some of these
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things are don’t even have affiliation
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with with violence or aggression or
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anything else right you have glaucoma
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sorry sorry you can’t have a gun right
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that’s not in the role that’s on the in
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the tenor of what any government was
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ever created to do to prevent others
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from being able to defend themselves
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government’s there to protect you to
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help protect you to to allocate
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personnel in a way that will protect you
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and your rights and your life
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interesting follow-up questions so you
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think the weapons the common citizens
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have can match the government’s weapons
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I do not believe that our weapons would
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match what the government has I do not
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believe that in any sense I would like
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for a restoration of the Second
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Amendment with the tenor of the Second
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Amendment being that the general
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populace the regular people the
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regulated militia which just means the
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regular militia in the context of when
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they wrote those words should have the
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armament sure to have the firearm should
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have whatever it is that the military
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utilizes so in that effect I don’t
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believe that we have the same effects I
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think that we can certainly stand a
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strong fight most like what we saw
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Oh blanking on the name right now there
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was the standoff ten years ago and the
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standoff was nonviolent but because the
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the the helicopters that came in and the
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military and everyone who came in but
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there was a standoff because the people
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were there and armed and there were many
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people there there was not a single drop
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of blood shed and people were able to
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protect themselves Chris Reynolds
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attorney in law asks if we had if we did
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have to choose what rights are most
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important can you rank a few I think
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that really the right to self-defense I
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would say is the most important one
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because you can actually defend the your
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remaining rights there your freedom of
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movement your freedom of expression your
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freedom of religion so I would put on
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the top your freedom of self-defense if
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you’re able to defend yourself you could
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defend your own right to privacy you can
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defend your right to say whatever it
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whatever you want to practice whatever
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you want I would put that one up at the
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very top the ability to defend yourself
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your life your Liberty your property
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whatever it is that would be up a top
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tier behind that I would put the freedom
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of expression right expression I would I
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would say that expression coincides with
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freedom of speech as well as freedom of
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religion because in essence if you look
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at religion from
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from from the outside not not into the
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the intricacies of it that is kind of
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why the First Amendment has the freedom
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of religion the freedom of association
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the freedom of the press
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and the freedom of speech
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and and so right there right that would
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be would be secondary
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after that
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I’m just going to be utilizing the the
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Bill of Rights the original ten
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amendments to the Constitution I’m going
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to be going off of those because we can
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talk about other rights such as the
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right to be able to ingest whatever you
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want right owning your property and
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being able to do with your property as
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you see fit but outside of that right we
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get into the discussion of of the due
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process due process I would definitely
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put up there probably right after the
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expression because without due process
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then we get into excessive fines we get
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into we get into the privacy issue which
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your second amendment would hopefully be
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protecting that so I think I think just
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going through it I think it would be
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second first
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second first six fourth fifth or fifth
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fourth
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eight
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I think I think that’s that’s the way
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that I would tear that but of course we
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can always expand into this and actually
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get into the natural rights discussion
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thank you Chris Reynolds attorney at law
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if you guys are looking for a great
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lawyer down there in
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in Florida Chris Reynolds
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attorney-at-law everyone all right
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no the commo is the self defense is
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subjective the self defense is not
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subjective if you are if you feel
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there’s an imminent threat to your life
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your Liberty your pursuit of happiness
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your property others can say you are not
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threatened
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if you were defending yourself is not
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really that subjective
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so it’s a it’s a good line of reasoning
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who’s like God but I think it just falls
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short once ever you really really take
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it apart but I appreciate the comments
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so I want to move on to the one topic
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that I’m never excited to talk about
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because everyone is so divided on it
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because everyone does feel so strongly
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one way or the other and certainly I
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have I have quite a bit of feelings on
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this matter myself but Justin Amash is
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leaving the good-old-boy party he’s
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leaving the Republicans
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so if I feel you’re threatening my life
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right now that’s interesting isn’t a
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feeling subjective yes um if you feel as
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if I’m throwing you right now I
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understand that I understand that the
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problem is is that you don’t go right I
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went out to search for somebody to hunt
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them down in my defense I’m sitting here
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behind a microphone a t-bird on TV but a
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computer monitor and my webcam there’s
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not much there for your defense but when
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I was referring to defense would be
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you’re sitting at home somebody’s in
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your house
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and you shoot them it’s hard for
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somebody else to go
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he wasn’t defending himself well the
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person broke through my my moonlight or
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my whatever that window is up on your
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ceiling falls through breaks his leg and
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then I shot him because he was
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threatening my life threatening my
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property and he already destroyed my
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property it’s really hard to argue
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against the idea that you’re not
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defending herself
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so I digress
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with Justin Amash I will who is like on
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I’m gonna open up the coal line at the
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end if you want to call them we could
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discuss this and really have nausea and
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we can get into the the intricacies here
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I enjoyed this discussion
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that feeling is fast is a fast
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so with Justin Amash coming out on the
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4th of July
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the iconic day in which we the people
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cherish treason we cherish the idea of
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just destroying other people’s property
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and throwing a revolution and fighting
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against the Brits and tearing down the
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Redcoats Justin Amash takes a day takes
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that day and makes it his own and he’s
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the seeds from the Republican Party
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he said the two party systems has
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evolved into an exodus central threat to
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the American principles and institutions
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something that was talking about to give
20:39
another shout out with Spike Cohen with
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Spike : on my fellow Americans on
20:45
Wednesday because I’ve been checked off
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spike Cohen yet right what I guess why
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am i guys donate Chris Reynolds was
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there Chris Reynolds was there he could
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make it he’s busy he’s attorney a wall
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he’s saving the day right he was there I
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was obviously there now you got to get
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on board with it but the idea that the
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two-party system has evolved into an
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existential threat to the American
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principles and institutions the two
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parties are becoming synonymous with one
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another they’re working against your
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values they’re working against you the
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individual they are battling it out to
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figure out which ways that they can grow
21:25
the grow the the government not in which
21:28
ways they can provide you with more
21:29
freedom not ways in which they can abide
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by the Constitution but just ways that
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they can find ways I’m infringing upon
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you so as he leaves he wrote a long
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op-ed essay in The Washington Post and
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by long I mean it was like two or three
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minutes to read
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and
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he didn’t mention mr. Trump by name but
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he said that I had become disenchanted
21:55
with party politics and frightened by
21:57
what I see from it the two-party system
21:59
has evolved into an existential threat
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to American principles and institutions
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three hours after it was published mr.
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Trump responded with a personal attack
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calling him one of the dumbest and most
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disloyal men in Congress the tweet reads
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as such great news for the Republican
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Party is one of the dumbest and most
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disloyal men in Congress is quitting the
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party no collusion no obstruction whoo
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he’s still stuck on that knew he
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couldn’t get the nomination to run again
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and the great state of Michigan already
22:34
being challenged for his the see a great
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or a total loser well miss Strom I do
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have to point out to you as members of
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Congress there’s there’s a couple ways
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that we can measure them we can measure
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them by the ways in which they they fall
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into the idolatry of their party the
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ways of how partisan their partisan
22:55
shipping goes in the ways that they vote
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in the ways that they structure or we
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could vote or we can look at them and
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the guise of here’s what you’re allowed
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to do within the confinements of the
23:06
Constitution here’s where what Congress
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is allowed to do what they’re not
23:10
allowed to do and are you going to abide
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by that and then on their votes on their
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votes alone we can measure those and
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there’s plenty of conservative
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think-tanks plenty of constitutional
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think tanks plenty of just think things
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out there that are measuring these
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individuals now
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to call Justin Amash one of the dumbest
23:30
and most disloyal men in Congress I
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think is not only a strong disgusting
23:41
lie but it truly shows the ways that
23:45
even president Trump has become
23:47
enchanted with the Republican Party he
23:52
is more worried about getting people out
23:56
of the party that disagree with him
23:59
than being able to have cordial
24:02
conversation with people then being able
24:05
to sit down in and take on his critics
24:08
face to face instead what he does is he
24:10
utilizes the party something that he was
24:12
so proud of in and the voters were so
24:15
proud of it that he was not a part of
24:18
the Republican Party that he was coming
24:20
in as a big outsider that he was he was
24:24
coming in he was not molded he wasn’t
24:27
controlled he wasn’t corrupt he was just
24:30
coming in and he was coming in on the
24:32
Republican Party to win and to fight for
24:34
you the American people
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despite
24:40
despite justin amash being in for only a
24:42
couple of terms that’s exactly what he
24:45
was doing
24:48
he came in and he fought for you at all
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he came in with a 91% conservative
24:54
rating higher than any of the people
24:56
sitting down licking the boots of Trump
25:01
gagging on Trump and and pulling out the
25:06
most them ornate and intricate theater
25:10
that you could possibly put on in order
25:14
to show that they are not anti Trump
25:16
Lindsey Graham comes to mind now let’s
25:18
get Lindsey Graham out of there for sure
25:20
but Justin Amash was never that and just
25:24
because you may disagree with him on his
25:27
take on the Mueller report but look at
25:29
the rest of his entire time in office
25:32
look at his votes look at the way that
25:35
he structured himself look at the way
25:37
that he explained why he voted the way
25:39
he was to call this man dumb or disloyal
25:43
is to question I want to question that
25:46
disloyal part who was he disloyal to he
25:49
was disloyal to the party who was
25:51
disloyal to Trump
25:54
not really that bad I really don’t care
25:57
if you’re disloyal to the party the
25:59
Republican Party is not my interest
26:02
disloyal to Trump Trump is acted and
26:04
aggressed against my rights my freedoms
26:06
of my liberties
26:07
he’s aggressed against yours as well
26:09
whether you want to agree with her or
26:10
not is it’s really that’s not important
26:14
so you have one guy fighting for you and
26:19
you have another guy calling him dumb
26:22
and disloyal
26:22
good job Trump really portraying
26:24
yourself in a positive light
26:28
so with that the question becomes what
26:31
is just a monster doing and I talked
26:33
about this when when when Justin Amash
26:36
was talking about the Mueller report was
26:38
saying look there may be obstruction of
26:40
justice they’re not saying that he that
26:45
he actually colluded but I’m saying that
26:47
there was a potential there
26:49
we had cover them we went into it quite
26:51
a bit and I’d said that Justin Amash is
26:54
going through a political suicide so
26:55
what should Justin Amash do from here on
26:57
out
26:58
well Justin Amash should use his insider
27:00
information right he’s he’s got the
27:02
inside baseball stuff for us use that
27:05
take that to the libertarian party take
27:08
that to another party take that to
27:09
another group take that to the Tea Party
27:11
take that to somebody don’t put it to
27:13
waste take it somewhere teach people
27:16
raise people up and help actually make a
27:18
movement where we’re fighting against
27:20
this but he doesn’t need to be the front
27:24
runner if he runs as the front runner
27:26
he’s not going to get the votes so he
27:29
needs to fall back behind the curtain
27:30
and and help move the chess pieces if he
27:34
can do that he can be effective and he
27:36
can still move on and he could still be
27:38
cherished and loved but if he does what
27:41
what many are expecting him to do and
27:42
that’s to run for presidency it within
27:45
the libertarian party he will be turned
27:48
away the libertarian party is not a
27:50
constitutional party they care not for
27:52
what the Constitution says because in
27:55
many in many ways they really abide by
27:59
the Lysander Spooner quote whether the
28:01
Constitution be one thing or another it
28:03
is either allowed for the government
28:07
that we have or it was unfit to stop it
28:11
in either case it is unfit to exist
28:15
and so the he won’t move mountains
28:18
within the Libertarian Party he won’t
28:20
get people to vote for him there’d be
28:23
some but there would be a great divine
28:24
he may even get noted but I think that
28:27
came rough in John Phillips maybe maybe
28:30
pulling more populist maybe pulling more
28:32
libertarians their way and they may be
28:34
the ones gets the nominee sure there’s a
28:36
lot more insight stuff that’s going on
28:38
there but Justin Amash would would would
28:43
do well to not be on the ticket but to
28:47
help those coming onto the ticket so
28:53
hopefully you guys can accept we don’t
28:55
have to agree on Justin Amash we don’t
28:57
have to agree on his dances we don’t
28:58
have to agree on his Mueller report we
29:01
don’t have to agree on a lot of that
29:02
stuff but Trump punching a guy kicking a
29:06
guy and doing what he’s doing
29:08
sure that’s Trump
29:11
can you hold them accountable for it
29:14
I would like to see that especially when
29:17
the reason why we loved him I said we as
29:20
in the Trump base why the Trump base why
29:22
a lot of people who supported Trump
29:24
supported him because he came in
29:26
honestly he doesn’t sound that educated
29:28
when he talks he talks in very simple
29:29
terms he he says he relies on this gut
29:33
feelings he does a lot of the things
29:34
that
29:36
he just accused Justin the March for
29:38
this is where I become to CNN analyst I
29:42
become the MSNBC host and I say he’s
29:44
projecting he’s projecting his own
29:47
insecurities and his own own failures
29:49
onto others and I’m willing to column
29:52
out for
29:57
while we’re talking about the fourth of
29:58
July while we’re talking about all that
30:02
the issue of the parade those you who
30:07
know me know my stance already it’s not
30:09
your money to give government stop
30:11
wasting it
30:13
I don’t want to see some grand parade
30:16
coming off of my done and certainly
30:19
there’s plenty of other Americans that
30:21
feel the same way I don’t care if Obama
30:22
did I don’t care if George Bush did it I
30:24
don’t care if George Washington flew
30:27
planes over over Pennsylvania to cherish
30:31
the full July 4th I don’t care
30:33
stop wasting my damn money
30:38
so the values that have been coming out
30:41
here the amount of money
30:46
that is being spent or that was spent in
30:50
order to make this happen you had a
30:54
brigade of of armored vehicles I carried
30:58
people not not true tanks not combat
31:01
tanks you had Air Force one flying over
31:06
you had the boot the Blue Angels all
31:10
right from the Navy you had plenty of
31:12
different people flying over you had a
31:14
lot of higher-ups coming in from around
31:17
the country you had so many people
31:19
getting involved and interacting here
31:21
you had about 800 and 900 military
31:24
personnel walking within the range
31:26
within the parade you had another almost
31:28
a thousand people that from the National
31:31
Guard coming in protecting and lining up
31:33
and shutting down the streets to make
31:35
sure that everything was safe and kosher
31:37
you had so many different levels of
31:42
involvement and so much money that was
31:44
being used I really wish that President
31:48
Trump would would care about how much
31:49
money is being spent but he took the 2.5
31:52
million dollars from the National Park
31:54
Service’s he took millions and millions
31:58
and millions the numbers are somewhere
31:59
between 12 and 25 million for projected
32:03
cost we will see in the next couple of
32:05
days when they actually sit down tally
32:07
up every gallon of gas and and
32:09
everything that goes on with it to
32:12
figure out exactly how much it cost now
32:15
of course there was a giant showing
32:17
there’s a lot of people that support
32:19
this and and I could we’ve tapped them
32:22
could we have you know had a cover
32:25
charge and said hey look you want to
32:26
come to this parade throw send 10 bucks
32:28
throw send 20 bucks have it be for the
32:31
people that want to see this thing right
32:33
run the government more like a go fund
32:35
me run the government exactly like a go
32:37
fund me government wants to give you
32:40
health care I’m throwing in a hundred
32:41
bucks I’m throwing in a thousand bucks
32:43
I’m throwing in ten million dollars
32:44
because I’m a millionaire that believes
32:46
the government’s better it and providing
32:48
things then then what the market
32:51
let that be the way that these things
32:53
get structured and handled let’s stop
32:56
let’s stop doing it stealing my money
32:58
from my paycheck from my labor from my
33:01
use and taking that and putting it into
33:04
things that I disagree with I agree with
33:07
the idea of being patriotic I agree with
33:09
the idea of loving one country and
33:11
loving the history which is why I talked
33:13
to you guys about it so often I’m right
33:16
there with you on that but the idea that
33:18
we need to go and pat ourselves on the
33:20
back with a giant showing because if we
33:23
don’t pat ourselves on the back who will
33:25
who needs a pat on the back be great be
33:30
the best that you can be get us out of
33:32
endless conflicts in the Middle East
33:34
bring our troops home and then have them
33:37
parade on their way home
33:40
I would I’d be more okay with that
33:43
rather than grabbing people bringing
33:44
from across the country bringing them in
33:46
having this happened and then signing
33:48
them back all day especially when there
33:51
was nearly 100 flights impacted on July
33:53
4th in DC
33:57
you
34:02
[Laughter]
34:08
I have to read this comment for you guys
34:10
just in case of you guys are listening
34:11
to this on the audio file on the podcast
34:15
Chris Reynolds attorney along so sorry
34:18
for the awful spelling I promise I’m not
34:19
typing on my phone while driving I’m a
34:21
personal injury attorney stop judging me
34:24
Jason don’t worry bro this is a judging
34:27
judge stone so you’re being double
34:29
judged it’s
34:33
did you feel personally injured I if
34:36
your if you feel personally injured by
34:38
my judgments I might have an attorney
34:40
for you I’ve just have one for you and
34:43
what would talk about that when we talk
34:45
about personal injuries and needing a
34:47
lawyer I do have to point out that there
34:50
was a wonderful absolutely beautiful and
34:54
intelligent and actually to the contrary
34:58
of all of those things we have a member
35:02
of Congress that has the idea that we
35:09
the people cannot criticize cannot mock
35:14
cannot do anything
35:18
to not disparage elected members of
35:21
Congress because when I remember boys
35:23
and girls
35:26
we are all equal but some of us are more
35:28
equal than others and so with that I’m
35:34
pulling up her name because I don’t want
35:36
to get it wrong
35:42
yeah but with that the idea that your
35:45
site is your freedom of speech is not
35:47
being signs because of who it’s being
35:49
directed at it’d be one thing if if
35:51
representative Frederica Wilson was
35:54
demanding that if anyone marked we have
35:57
a more intelligent discussion but it’s
36:00
just those who mock Congress online so
36:06
the woman who failed to wear an actual
36:09
pussy Apple instead will wear a pink
36:11
cowboy hat the the dolt that believes
36:15
that you cannot mock members of Congress
36:18
online because her party mocks itself
36:22
and we just call it out for what it is
36:24
this woman believes that you do not have
36:27
the freedom of speech to be able to mock
36:29
others if they’ve been elected so if you
36:31
get if you get the popular vote if you
36:33
are the prom king or queen all must bow
36:38
and your tongues must be bitten
36:43
I don’t know
36:46
I cannot I can for this is why I have a
36:50
second amendment boys and girls this is
36:51
why because as soon as I get prosecuted
36:54
for calling her a dolt for calling her
36:57
uneducated for calling her for for
37:00
calling her out for violating her oath
37:02
of when she’s supposed to be defending
37:04
the Constitution or not acting Khan and
37:07
in contrast to it if I get prosecuted
37:11
for that
37:13
people are not going to be very happy
37:18
I want to digress into something a
37:20
little bit happier a little bit a little
37:22
bit more joy something that will spark
37:24
joy and you don’t want to throw it away
37:27
Marianne Williamson Williamson is going
37:30
to be making into the second round of
37:32
the Democratic debates right now right
37:34
now she’s polling high enough right now
37:36
she’s pulled in enough money right now
37:38
she has the donations to make her into
37:41
the next round I cannot wait to see the
37:44
monologue of her to Donald Trump forget
37:48
the other challenger she’s already she’s
37:50
already at the next stage
37:51
she’s already often space on the space
37:54
station battling it out with the space
37:57
force against President Trump
37:59
she’s already she’s way out there right
38:02
so marianne williamson
38:07
she is a she’s got the donations she’s
38:10
got the support and she’s gonna be
38:12
making it out there so at the end of
38:14
July this month at the end of July at
38:17
the end of this month there we go we
38:20
will be seeing the next set of debates
38:24
there is one as she’s one of the 14 who
38:27
have already qualified they’ve got so
38:31
that means that we’ve had six people
38:33
that are currently not making it that
38:35
includes former Maryland representative
38:37
John Delaney Colorado Governor John
38:41
Hickenlooper and the gold comi
38:45
supporting schenker-era quotin bill de
38:50
blasio not making it so far
38:56
don’t call her adults say she’s
38:58
exhibiting the behaviors of adult
39:00
whoo-hoo see this is why you need a
39:02
personal a personal injury attorney
39:05
Chris Reynolds because he gives you this
39:08
stop don’t call her adults say she’s
39:10
exhibiting the behaviors of adult I I
39:13
will take that into consideration I will
39:15
not retract what I said before for her I
39:19
will I will in the future make the
39:21
accusation properly and according to the
39:24
what you said there Chris I do
39:25
appreciate that don’t send me a bill and
39:28
if you’re gonna send me a bill for that
39:29
I’ll just say your name of times over
39:32
we’ll get that we’ll get that covered
39:33
real quick just have the entire outro
39:37
just be just have that the outro just
39:40
beat me on loop just saying Chris
39:42
Reynolds attorney at law Chris Reynolds
39:44
tourney and it’ll be beautiful
39:49
nice little deep sexy voice on there I
39:51
got it I got a real good Australian does
39:55
a beautiful voice silky smooth we’ll get
39:58
it we’ll get him to do it for me so
40:06
I do want to cover the gaffe of which
40:10
I’ve already mentioned with Trump that
40:14
happened during his fourth of July
40:15
speech he had made the mess up where
40:18
instead of saying ports he said airports
40:22
when talking about the Revolutionary War
40:24
now of course we know that there was no
40:27
airports at the time
40:29
Trump has already come out and blamed
40:30
the teleprompter and blamed the rain but
40:34
just sitting back and reflecting I
40:37
remember somebody during the 2016
40:39
election who had a pretty silly gas and
40:47
alright it happened to be with a leper
40:49
now that was a justification for both
40:52
the Trump supporters and the Democrats
40:55
to say this guy doesn’t know enough this
40:58
guy doesn’t know enough because he
41:00
doesn’t know about a little city over
41:03
the Middle East that’s getting bombed so
41:07
if that’s not good enough
41:08
then explain to me why it’s defensible
41:14
this Meza indefensible to get a city
41:19
wrong defensible to get an entire idea
41:21
wrong by a bike many decades
41:27
balint see the correlation but I agree
41:32
not that big of a deal it was a it was a
41:35
stupid gaffe many great memes the memes
41:38
golden thank you all of you who make
41:42
great memes I think that if should I
41:46
become the president United States at
41:48
any time I will just have everybody line
41:50
be lined up to make golden memes that go
41:53
viral and you will get a Medal of Honor
41:55
and you’ll get a medal of honor and
41:56
you’ll get a medal of honor and and
41:58
that’s that’s gonna be basically my
42:00
presidency you don’t want to worry about
42:02
me signing visa 702 documents or FISA
42:06
bills that allow for the FISA courts to
42:08
exist you won’t have to worry about me
42:09
signing on the National Defense
42:11
Authorization Act continuing where you
42:14
don’t have your rights and freedoms then
42:17
you can be incarcerated indefinitely
42:19
without being charged you don’t have to
42:21
worry about me signing the Patriot Act
42:23
where we can actually go in and ruin
42:27
your sovereignty and have the NSA don’t
42:30
worry about any of those things you’ll
42:32
just see a bunch of people getting a
42:33
bunch of honors for making great memes
42:36
doing the world it could serve this
42:38
thank you for that
42:43
now
42:44
things that I hate talk talking about
42:46
why do I hate talking about it it’s the
42:48
border it’s the border who likes talking
42:52
about the border nobody really likes
42:53
talking about the border cuz it’s just
42:55
here’s here’s let me set the stage for
42:59
you you have one party that says there’s
43:02
a crisis you have another party that
43:03
says there’s no crisis
43:06
and then an election happens and then
43:08
now the other side says hey there’s a
43:10
there’s a crisis there’s a crisis no
43:12
like the part that you’re saying is a
43:14
crisis is not a crisis there’s this
43:15
other crisis still and you sure you have
43:18
these both of these sides going crisis
43:22
and that’s it that’s it neither one has
43:25
realized hey we can actually do
43:27
something about this neither one goes
43:29
alright can we stop being ridiculous can
43:30
we have some raster now some some sanity
43:33
about ourselves then never acceptable so
43:36
Alexander Acacio Cortez runs down flies
43:40
down to the the southern border believe
43:44
that she went down
43:47
into Arizona
43:50
and while she was there while she was
43:54
there she made a lot of accusations
43:57
saying that the inmates sorry not the
44:01
inmates that those that are detained wow
44:04
I was a Freudian slip if I ever heard
44:08
one the detainees are drinking from the
44:12
water or from the toilets they’re being
44:14
refused service they’re not given
44:17
toothbrushes toothpaste or anything else
44:19
but not just provide basic humanitarian
44:22
needs in – not to mention on top of that
44:29
they’re extremely crowded so they took a
44:32
bunch of pictures that were illegal
44:35
and they distributed those out and so
44:37
they did their due diligence I have no
44:38
problem with the the sharing of the
44:40
pictures illegally I have no problem
44:42
with that I believe in the Free Press I
44:43
believe in the first woman to hold that
44:45
against them I think that these messages
44:47
need to be heard out and they need to be
44:49
handled
44:49
I believe in transparency so Bravo –
44:52
Bravo – Bravo – Zozi
44:59
all right I said it Bravo – AOC I’m
45:02
trying to release some of that
45:03
information now the problem is is that a
45:05
lot of these things are being challenged
45:07
to their validity so the pictures we
45:10
have really no way of disputing those
45:13
but that raises a concern if there’s so
45:15
many people there in these facilities
45:17
and these holding tanks if we have so
45:20
many people there what could we be doing
45:23
in order to increase the size handle the
45:28
process these people more efficiently
45:30
more quickly what can we do rather than
45:34
just grandstand say sled everyone
45:36
through let’s push out let’s remove
45:39
section 1325 which is what Julian Castro
45:43
was talking about from the democratic
45:45
debates let’s just remove that and allow
45:47
a legal immigration to be illegal
45:50
all right so we’re not going to solve
45:52
the problem we’re just going to allow it
45:53
to to happen there are so many things
45:58
that they could be doing down there and
46:00
instead it’s just grandstanding and
46:01
saying the other side is horrible
46:03
because they don’t agree with us now if
46:05
you have an overcrowding situation that
46:08
means that your supplies are going to be
46:10
running out quicker that means that
46:12
you’re not going to have inmate
46:13
toothbrushes for everybody you’re not
46:15
gonna have as much clothes you’re not
46:16
gonna have as much vittles or whatever
46:19
it is and so those have got to get
46:21
replenished those have got to get
46:22
restored Democrats has recently voted
46:25
against the idea of increasing the
46:27
amount of money going down there so even
46:29
within the status realm of things even
46:32
with them within the ways that the
46:34
Democrats believe the states should be
46:35
working they’re standing against them
46:41
actually voted for that but the whole
46:45
situation just is is brutal it’s just
46:48
disgusting
46:49
now there was an ice agent what was his
46:54
name
46:57
chief patrol agent of Tucson Sector boy
46:59
Villarreal
47:01
he he went through and he actually
47:03
showed how the the normal process is and
47:07
so it’s it’s interesting he came out
47:08
with this video on Wednesday it actually
47:10
showed how the sinks in the toilets that
47:13
are in conjunction with one another how
47:15
those function how the waters safe and
47:18
its clean and he he had some
47:23
transparency there so it’s really
47:26
difficult to know which way to believe
47:29
on this I think that the overcrowding
47:31
issue is seriously an issue so we have
47:34
to figure out how we can get the
47:35
government to be more effective and more
47:36
efficient
47:39
I don’t know how that happens we haven’t
47:41
had in the years of our country and I
47:43
don’t see other countries doing the same
47:49
but we need to find that issue we need
47:51
to solve that issue and we need to
47:52
figure out the the solution or the
47:55
resolution in order to reduce the
47:57
incentive for people to come here
47:59
illegally if you will come here for
48:01
economic minded to become an economic
48:02
migrant to come here to work to provide
48:05
for their families to provide for
48:08
themselves to live the American dream
48:11
and to not infringe upon others really
48:15
difficult to have a good sound argument
48:17
against that so let’s remove the
48:20
negative things
48:23
if he we we did cover this at great
48:27
length on on Wednesday show once again
48:31
was fine :
48:32
my fellow Americans what a fantastic
48:34
night that was so go check that out
48:37
don’t pick up the podcast go listen in
48:40
to that show because that was that was a
48:42
hell of a lot of fun we were planning
48:44
for for a show for an hour and we got to
48:46
two and a half hours great information
48:48
and they’re great libertarian fill uh
48:51
philosophical ideas as well as some good
48:55
humor right I got a bag down some people
48:57
for having trash meters so go check that
49:00
out and we go we go much deeper with the
49:03
the immigration problem and ideas there
49:07
so that would be a good one for you guys
49:09
all to check out now I’ve got the phone
49:11
line up if you guys do want to call in I
49:13
do have that up there the phone number
49:15
is eight zero two six seven one five
49:17
three to eight feel free to call in it’s
49:22
nice I finally got that memorized but
49:25
with that ahead I have one more thing
49:31
that I wanted to cover with you guys
49:33
it’s on the tip of my tongue
49:35
and I’ll be there soon
49:41
here it is Rand Paul Rand Paul the the
49:45
man from Kentucky the good senator that
49:48
everybody loves to hate everybody loves
49:51
to hate
49:53
he calls out the Republicans now if you
49:58
guys have been here for a while you guys
50:00
know that I am pro-life I believe in the
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sanctity of life I believe in the
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protection there it but we will cover
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the story in one moment
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hey Cyrus welcome in how’s it going man
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too bad he told me to call last time so
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I figured I would alright man what’s on
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your run
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so I’m gonna make one comment on what
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you were just saying go ahead in return
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in terms of AOC occur photos or didn’t a
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lot of prisons no I was up in New York
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statement if I could have in fact found
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a way to sneak my still opponent to the
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prison which would have been a very bad
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idea cuz I lived that fired from my job
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virtually immediately I certainly could
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have stuck my phone in the prison it was
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a very easy for me to take a bunch of
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pictures that basically showed and
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others have had an agenda I could have
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taken pictures I showed when people just
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my prisoners just sitting down enjoying
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defectively a copy and reading a book
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while black as prisoners were all over
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me but to slave labor effectively yeah
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yeah he definitely could have been very
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very picky on how you got things done
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yeah you’re absolutely right they get
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out the band and they get into it
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selling pork oh it’s a madhouse absolute
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madhouse personally
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when I see all this stuff just reminds
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me of the experience that I had the
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moment
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in addition
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ya know I had to really trust anybody
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on either side of them I mean I saw her
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and I actually shared it so maybe I’m
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guilty here but I saw a response before
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patrol agent you know that’s all the
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response Republicans and everything else
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and the question I really never really
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believe anybody says anything about
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their I think what is a beautiful fact
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that
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they’re all very underfunded in this
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problem is 100% the issue of Congress
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and I think that’s worthwhile and
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personally I think you infant of all
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this as he himself has said hey we need
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work on the new agents instead hey we
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need more funding the Democrats have
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even said hey we need more funding
52:43
everybody has said hey we need more
52:44
support more structure and more help
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down here and yet the only person who
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has done their part has in fact been the
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president brilliant scheme about the
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only thing that he can do is say hey I
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need this dinners in the meantime both
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parties have absolutely nothing well he
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does have some of that discretional
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spending that he loves to not utilize in
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the ways of things that he can use for
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political expedience or for political
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gain like what we’re seeing here where
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you know he used some of that that
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political or the his discretionary money
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to fund part of the wall but he didn’t
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use any of it on this situation so I
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mean very very closed in similar
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situations where he may have been able
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to allocate childhood there
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yeah it certainly has has grown us but
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exponentially in the last couple months
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it’s certainly a big issue and I don’t
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see I don’t see our Congress ever coming
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together to make it work and that just
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screams two other topics that Democrats
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and progressives have been pushing for
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it’s just like we can’t even handle the
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basic functions of sovereignty of our
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nation and you think that they can
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handle our healthcare like ah it’s
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frustrating beyond belief and so yeah me
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I appreciate your call and it’s
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certainly great insight there with the
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with the selectiveness on the ways that
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pictures can be taken to portray the
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narrative that you really want to it so
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certainly AOC would be we don’t put it
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past her and not being able to try to
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trust the government versus not trust
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the government who you going to trust
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now yeah absolutely well I appreciate
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her husband and thank you for calling in
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I appreciate it have a good night all
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right Thank You Cyrus for calling it I
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was that would that was really some good
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insight so I I do appreciate that and so
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as as we were talking about Rand Paul
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went after went after the Republicans of
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being fake pro-life supporters instead
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saying that they’d rather spend money
55:52
with Democrats than protect unborn
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babies lives Kentucky Senator Rand Paul
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and his father of both pro-life they’ve
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been pro-life they’ve let’s bend their
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views how we get there has always been
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challenged
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and but when you have people that are
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campaigned frequently and I see this in
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my state I see this at the federal level
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where you have Republicans that come out
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there and and even one Republican was
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destroying his opponent on this topic
56:29
and by pointing out what late term
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abortion was by pointing out what
56:36
abortions and how they happened Donald
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Trump even did that but yet Donald Trump
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still stands there and still supports
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Planned Parenthood he stole funds it
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he stole signs on to those things sure
56:47
he doesn’t have the line-item veto
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anymore that’s something that’s been
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passed or been long gone since before he
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came into office but he gets just
56:55
downright outright dido stuff so far the
56:59
other things that he’s he’s vetoed was
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he vetoed against the condemnation of
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his national emergency or the border
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wall and he also vetoed to keep
57:13
supporting Saudi Arabia in their
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pursuance of the Yemeni genocide so not
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very good tactics there so president
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Trump and all these other fake
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Republicans Rand Paul has gone after
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them
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let me see if I got a good quote here
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Sam Paul says that there are Republicans
57:34
that are more concerned with spending
57:35
money than protecting the on board
57:37
speaking one day after President Donald
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Trump town at anti-abortion measures at
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a conference Paul told Road to majority
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attendees Thursday many Republicans only
57:46
pay lip service to pro-life backers I
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will tell you that we will we still lose
57:51
in the lows in the legislation sometimes
57:54
we lose because the people who come to
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you and give you lip service and say oh
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I’m pro-life I’m pro-life and then they
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don’t seem to vote that way I’ll give
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you an example last year I tried to
58:03
attach to a spending bill a prohibition
58:06
to allow any money spent by Planned
58:08
Parenthood you know what GOP leaders sat
58:11
me down and with one Republican senator
58:13
said we cannot have the vote today
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I said why he said we might win
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when the political gains are worth more
58:23
than your political promises somebody
58:25
needs to be held accountable and I know
58:28
that there’s a there’s a big controversy
58:29
there’s a big issue here when it comes
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to these elected officials when it comes
58:34
to representatives right sure you want
58:36
them to work with one another and get
58:39
these bills passed and you want them to
58:41
keep functioning you want the government
58:42
to stay open you I’m of course not
58:45
speaking for myself but you want these
58:47
things to continue working and
58:48
functioning the way that they’re the
58:50
quote/unquote designed to but you need
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people that are going to stand up and
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say no I campaigned on the idea that I’m
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not going to send a single penny to
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Planned Parenthood if the bill has it in
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there I’m going to take that stand
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Rand Paul has been a an ardent defender
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he’s been left alone on his own though
59:13
lonely Ireland standing against the
59:15
Republican Party despite the fact that
59:18
he is an organized to his name and is
59:21
about to have time that we get him some
59:23
more support there in the Senate so with
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2020 coming up with the elections coming
59:28
up find out who’s gonna fight with him
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pardon me no pardon me um so we need to
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figure out who’s gonna be fighting with
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Rand Paul
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if pro-life is your issue that’s
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something that you are Rand Paul has is
59:45
talking about that right now in pushing
59:47
that agenda so make sure you guys tune
59:48
in to see what he’s doing
59:50
and of course Justin Amash we gotta
59:53
figure out who’s gonna be replacing him
59:54
if he runs on the libertarian guys
59:57
probably not gonna make it to Congress
59:59
and needs certainly not going to be
60:01
making it a presidency so we got to see
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who we can replace good comers people
60:06
with and certainly Justin Amash was one
60:08
of them but with that guys I’m gonna
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wrap up the show I appreciate you all
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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