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1090: Truth Tell

Adam Curry & John C. Dvorak

2h 49m
November 29th, 2018
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Executive Producers: Sir Dwayne Melancon Grand Duke of the Pacific Northwest

Associate Executive Producers: Sir Foamer Brahmin of The Tehachapi Loop, James W Gilkeson, Shawn Desantis, Brett Winslow, Sir Hank Scorpio

Cover Art by Darren O'Neill

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Chapters

0:00
Start of Show
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2:53
AC's Dinner with Apple Podcasts HQ
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7:30
Hatespeech Defenition Expanded under Global Compact for Migration in the EU
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11:46
No Agenda Rewind: JCD Predicts Jeb Bush Wins the 2016 Presidential Election
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13:29
Dvorak on Typing
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15:16
Tear Gas Used Against Migrants at US Border Crossing
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17:00
2009 Honduras Coup Recap
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25:46
Migrant Consists Mostly out of Men
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28:17
Illegal Immigration
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33:03
The Guardian Reports Manafort Held Meetings with Assange
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42:14
CNN Reveals Written Statements from Trump for Mueller Investigation
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45:24
Russia Seizes Ukranian Vessels in Black Sea off Crimea
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52:27
Implications of Global Warming on Democracy Now
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54:42
24 Hours of Reality
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56:04
Trump's Climate Change Denial on BBC
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57:48
UN 1989 Climate Change Predictions
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59:02
France to Close 14 Nuclear Reactors by 2035
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1:00:52
Credits
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1:10:45
White Liberals Present Themselves as Less Competent in Interactions with African-Americans
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1:12:42
Ban on Parents in School Lunchrooms in Darien, Conneticut
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1:14:13
Florida Police Chief Gets 3 Years for Plot to Frame Black People for Crimes
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1:14:38
Australians to Select From 33 Different Gender Labels Under Radical New Proposal
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1:15:12
Famous Movie Villains with Scarred Faces Set to be Banned by BFI
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1:16:49
Mexican Government Gives Jared Kushner Highest Honors
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1:20:58
Alexander Acosta Gave Jeffrey Epstein the Deal of a Lifetime
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1:25:54
Detective Publishes Book Exposing High-Level Government Pedophile Ring, Shot in the Head Days Later
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1:29:39
E-Scooters Are Now Disrupting Wrists, Elbows and Heads
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1:34:35
Homeless E-Scooter Driver in Austin
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1:35:59
Australia Struck by Flooding in Sydney, Bushfires in Queensland
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1:37:38
UK Parliament Seizes Cache of Facebook Internal Papers
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1:40:06
Journalist on CBC Radio Calls out Management on Defending Facebook
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1:42:52
DOJ Unseals Charges in Alleged Massive Online Ad Fraud
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1:44:28
San Francisco General Hospital May Remove Zuckerberg's Name
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1:46:35
Chinese Scientists Condemn CRISPR Baby Experiment as ''Crazy''
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1:47:58
John Bolton Won’t Listen to the Khashoggi Murder Tape Because it’s in Arabic
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1:50:18
US Representative Schiff Will Probe Trump Business Ties to Saudi Arabia
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1:54:21
Cenk Uygur Calls out Media on Not Reporting on Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
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2:00:30
Donations
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2:11:20
Birthdays & Title Changes
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2:13:54
Hams Will Save The World: FT8, JS8Call
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2:17:05
Active Shooter Report at Walter Reed was a Drill Gone Wrong
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2:20:26
Democratic Republic of the Congo Begins First-Ever Multi-Drug Ebola Trial
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2:24:44
New Material Discovered from Malcolm X Biography
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2:26:13
The Insect Apocalypse Is Here
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2:27:25
Lion Air Airplane Crash
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2:32:45
Robots Are Taking Over Job Interviews
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2:36:12
Amazon is Working to Mine Patient Records to Diagnose Disease
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2:38:37
AWS Ground Station, Ingest and Process Data from Orbiting Satellites
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2:41:49
Ice Cider
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2:44:00
End of Show
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    [Music]
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    Madame Curie this is no agenda Madame
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    Curie from northern Silicon Valley where
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    it's been raining cats dogs I'm John
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    Steed for well it was only one hour
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    delay could have been a lot worse
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    there's effort beat us of course this is
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    ephra beat us
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    although the coach though was an hour
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    late I've been in update hell no
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    actually it was great this week the
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    updating I did everything I needed to do
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    and then the very last moment something
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    broke but that that Drive cloning you
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    turned me onto that was a fantastic
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    experience well it doesn't sound like it
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    if it's broke something Oh in general I
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    don't think the drive cloning broke
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    anything I cuz I upgraded everything
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    every update every you know the dry I
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    think it's the drivers from the the USB
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    thing mark of the unicorn think they
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    screwed something up that could be yeah
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    well I dig drive cloning thing worked
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    well if it if it was a hardware mismatch
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    because I've done this a couple of times
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    using this Acronis a little rate great
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    piece of software yeah what it does is
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    it clones the disk onto another disk and
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    and it you've swapped the disks back
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    better than that you just plug it into a
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    USB hit clone and then you swap the disk
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    and it actually worked the first time
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    that was an amazing experience
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    yeah boots as if it was the original
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    disk only now you either have more space
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    or you got a faster dry I would say the
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    boot process is ten times faster
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    everything's fast it's just I should
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    have I should have ordered this thing
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    with this solid-state drives to
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    beginning to begin with
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    now and I can see if I run like the the
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    registry scanner it used to be the drive
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    would tap out before the CPU now the CPU
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    goes to 100% the disk is still 80% so
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    that's where I see the big difference
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    yeah it's faster faster faster
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    yeah even as fast as the super fast ones
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    what you find in these which are there's
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    little dinky cards that don't run on sat
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    on the non SATA SSDs were probably twice
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    as fast I mean regular I did so much
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    this week I even upgraded the firmware
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    in my hearing aids and I heard the
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    difference which is even funnier anyway
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    yeah anyway am the Apple guys were in
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    town last night the you know James are
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    from the Apple podcast HQ and they
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    always like to take couple podcasters
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    out to dinner oh okay and you would have
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    you might have like well first of all
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    you would like to be one of these cuz
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    this it's it's yeah it reminds me of
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    when if I was when it with MTV you know
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    you'd be in a city and then the
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    corporate office that MTV would say yeah
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    you gotta have dinner with the local
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    cable affiliate and his wife you know it
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    feels like kind of those deals were
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    there in Austin I got a call up some
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    podcasters alright I'll get a couple of
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    them around the table and we went to
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    foreign and domestic which is a very
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    small can barely be called a restaurant
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    up north and I had the braised goats
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    neck potpie which was a that's about
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    it's disgusting a dish can be named it's
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    you know and because the one they just
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    called it goat potpie the goats neck it
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    was no braised goats neck and it sounds
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    completely like you don't want to order
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    it but the waitress she was going on and
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    on about is the bell take it it was an
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    outstanding product I wouldn't have
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    known it was goat to start off with
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    y'all goat is very hard to identify it's
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    like yeah doesn't taste like much of
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    anything actually it's very mild version
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    of Lance this is milder people don't
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    understand this but goat actually tastes
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    milder than mild lamb if you don't like
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    lamb or goat or or uh sheep but you
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    don't nobody's in this country you'd
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    like goat goat is very mild find as you
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    know here on the No Agenda show we love
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    goat a couple things so what are you
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    guys doing we talk about anything and it
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    was a damn Benjamin was there and a new
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    guy from Apple and I guess they invited
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    Lance Armstrong again but Lance
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    Armstrong doesn't come anymore sends his
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    producer like okay nice guy value is a
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    very nice guy so what's going on they
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    have native podcasts on the Apple watch
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    they're very excited about that and I
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    had to ask I said how do I avoid getting
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    a D platform from the iTunes directory
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    which I will remind you I gave you the
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    first version of the directory myself
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    that's what you started off with yeah
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    yeah keep reminding people of these
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    things because they'll forget yeah the
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    answer no hate speech what does that
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    even mean that was my question I said
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    what does that even mean well you know
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    thanks Beach it's like Oh key dokey they
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    have a very broad definition of hate
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    speech in other words if they hate you
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    yes he'll pull your podcast that's
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    honestly that's a bit the way it sounded
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    I don't want to put words in anyone's
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    mouth cuz no one said that but it's like
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    no it was a lot of pret no one said this
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    but my interpretation was there was a
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    lot of pressure and it came down to we
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    got to be in this we got to be on board
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    with this we got to get him off but they
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    kick a lot of stuff off quote so you
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    didn't Britain vitalic Jones doesn't
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    meet up here we kick off stuff that is
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    alt far-right stuff from Germany and I
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    didn't respond to that like okay I mean
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    does that automatically mean they hate
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    Jews and are killing them on the podcast
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    or maybe they just don't like how
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    Germany is being run so it's very
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    generally what those podcasts are about
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    yes but they don't like the migration
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    issues
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    having yeah yeah so there's another
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    reason to kick him off kick him off
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    yeah so the bottom line is keep going to
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    the dinners
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    keep smiling friendly I think we'll be
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    we'll be just fine
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    actually I had a house Benjamin doing
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    dance good yeah yeah he said yeah he's
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    just the same I guess a little
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    reminiscing about old days of old and
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    just the typical stuff yeah I had
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    something regarding speech now I'm a
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    little discombobulated mm-hmm I wondered
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    divert I want to dive right into my
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    clipless I was gonna I'll dive right
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    into this after I talk about that and
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    there you go so why don't you get us
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    started and I'll keep searching for
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    whatever the hell it was I was gonna
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    talk about let's go over the never mind
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    I found it shorty you'll like it and
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    it's about hate speech I knew I had
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    something this is the European
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    Parliament now we are still in the
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    throes of the Marrakesh agreement which
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    is not discussed in the United States of
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    gitmo nation we're also not going to
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    sign it but the EU is trying to get
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    every one of the 27 member states to get
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    on board the main thrust of this is that
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    we recognize migration as an
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    international issue and everyone should
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    be able to migrate to wherever they want
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    no questions asked no borders no no yes
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    yes no borders no nations no people in
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    the end the EU Parliament sees that
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    there will be some additions or some
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    interpretations of the Marrakesh
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    agreement regarding speech meant to be
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    the legal framework on which the
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    participating countries commit
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    themselves to build new legislation
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    and one basic element of this new
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    agreement is the extension of the
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    definition of hate speech the agreement
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    want to criminalize migration speech
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    criticism of migration will become a
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    criminal offense no this is not the
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    onion unless this was overdubbed somehow
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    and I didn't catch it just finished up
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    some of migration will become a criminal
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    offense and media outlets and that also
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    concerns you that give room to criticism
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    of migration can be shut down there you
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    go
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    that's bullcrap folks there's no way
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    that this is a real clip it's okay it's
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    the guys at the European Union he's
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    answering questions from the press he's
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    there with other EU Parliament buddies
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    I'm just saying I'm just saying okay
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    well you know what you don't think that
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    this is a little sketchy yes but I
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    searched and I looked and I saw other
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    people say sounds sketchy but my eyes
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    don't lie I mean it's an European
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    Parliament press conference about the
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    Marrakesh agreement and this is a
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    question mark up in arms about this this
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    threat no we know the attacks already
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    said no to it yes the Hungarians have
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    said no to it the Polish have said no
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    there's a lot of people said no this
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    thing is not going anywhere but that
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    that's beside the point
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    the point being what you put that clip
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    mm-hmm I will be stunned if that guy if
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    that's actually true stunned right it's
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    going way too far that's going overboard
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    it doesn't surprise me I mean this is
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    exactly what you'd expect hate speeches
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    it's completely broad well it can be
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    interpreted anyway there's no there are
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    no existing laws about in the United
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    States speech of speech but in the
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    Europe in the UK there's all kinds of
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    restrictions on hate snow follow this
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    and I agree with that but I've never
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    heard any discussion of migration
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    becoming a crime you know a jailable
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    offense
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    migration sucks it's a jail damn I think
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    it's I don't know if it well maybe it
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    could be even like that but it means if
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    you say something nasty about a public
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    politician in the UK that is an offense
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    that you can go to jail for so this is
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    not that far it's not even their own
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    people okay yeah I was very surprised
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    very surprised bill sounds like the
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    onion to me you know you gotta be
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    careful cuz you know I I do come I do
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    check on things that you don't believe
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    what you say is wrong and that often but
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    that thing you have to admit out of the
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    blue listening to that that's a little
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    bit out of line absolutely but still I
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    see no reason to to not believe what
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    this clip that I've seen it looks
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    extremely believable it's hard it is
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    that's something that you would call
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    unbelievable yeah well it is
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    unbelievable I don't know I just want to
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    play it no agenda classic on the last
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    show we had a little back-and-forth
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    about what I'd said about Trump and you
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    said the guy will never win and I said
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    not I think he can and I have the
  • 12:00
    genesis of this from 2015 this is what
  • 12:04
    should be done but no politicians gonna
  • 12:06
    do that he doesn't got a prayer he won't
  • 12:08
    get nominated you make a big splash make
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    it big see he's not spending a lot of
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    money I don't see no his head's no he's
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    not he doesn't have to write I don't
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    think he's spending anything so it's not
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    like it's caught it's just travel did
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    you notice that the Huffington Post puts
  • 12:21
    all Donald Trump news on the
  • 12:22
    entertainment section of the website
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    that's objective coverage of course of
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    course okay let's play this cause
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    they're just gonna be relentless and
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    they're gonna there's meetings going you
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    can be sure of this anyone listening to
  • 12:34
    this any time you're listening there are
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    meetings right now in New York
  • 12:40
    Washington and elsewhere what are we
  • 12:43
    gonna do about this guy making president
  • 12:46
    why not just let him win honey they're
  • 12:48
    getting paid not to make him president
  • 12:50
    that's what these meetings are about
  • 12:51
    these are not meetings
  • 12:53
    these are these are lobbyists and I
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    would think that the lobbyists will take
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    money from other people look the smart
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    money is going to say you know what
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    let's go with this guy let's run with
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    him he's on our side you're nuts Bush
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    from the future oh this is true thanks
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    said chase for pulling that car now I'll
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    play let me look let me play a happy
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    clip because we talked about Dvorak on
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    typing this is this was the dos-based
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    typing tutor that featured John C Dvorak
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    and wouldn't you know it that there are
  • 13:45
    people who love you so much
  • 13:47
    they have restored these games to work
  • 13:49
    in a web browser games and in this case
  • 13:52
    the typing tutor I get what is kind of
  • 13:54
    it's kind of a game in fact there's a
  • 13:56
    menu option for games now it's very it's
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    it's like 8-bit and no it's more I was
  • 14:04
    like two bit audio I don't know what
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    kind of audio this was a bit is the
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    right word is it too bit because it sure
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    sounds like it
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    27 seconds
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    you have to play daily
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    no of course not that's what it sounds
  • 14:37
    today hold on back then you already knew
  • 14:46
    I TM I guess the I guess the old I guess
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    the old game that's a good one idea the
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    it doesn't translate somehow with the
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    audio I'm sure do a very good job but
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    the fact that it works is pretty cool
  • 15:05
    yeah you gotta love stuff like that
  • 15:08
    alright that's our show I think we've
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    pretty much handled everything so much I
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    think we're good let's let's do some
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    funny alright this is my fit this is my
  • 15:20
    clip about Trump gassing the Hondurans
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    yeah you mean women and children and
  • 15:25
    little babies and diapers this comes as
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    the Trump administration defended the
  • 15:29
    Border Patrol for firing tear gas and
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    crowds of migrants including mothers and
  • 15:32
    children as they tried to cross the US
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    border from Tijuana Sunday this is
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    Ronald Colburn president to the Border
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    Patrol foundation former national deputy
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    chief of US Customs and Border
  • 15:42
    Protection speaking on Fox and Friends
  • 15:45
    Monday the type of deterrent being used
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    is OC pepper spray is literally water
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    pepper with a small amount of alcohol
  • 15:55
    for evaporation purposes it's natural
  • 15:58
    you could actually put it on your nachos
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    and eat it that's some Trump defense
  • 16:11
    right there but I think there's a better
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    one
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    you know this has happened every month
  • 16:16
    it throughout the Obama administration -
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    they were tear gassing people at that
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    very same border crossing there were
  • 16:23
    guys trying to ram the crossing in vans
  • 16:25
    three vans at the same time this is
  • 16:27
    nothing new it's not new that we tear
  • 16:30
    gas people at the border it's just not
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    and I don't you know it's like it's so
  • 16:35
    obvious what what mainstream media is
  • 16:38
    doing
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    it's just and it's really is lies I mean
  • 16:42
    actually it's not lying because this
  • 16:43
    happened under Trump's regime is
  • 16:45
    dictatorship but it's been happening for
  • 16:48
    years years and years so it's just it's
  • 16:51
    disingenuous I think is the the news
  • 16:55
    media thing just just a tad
  • 16:59
    I do have some clips to give a little
  • 17:02
    background on the Honduras thing because
  • 17:03
    I think that democracy that now did a
  • 17:05
    very good job of they brought in Dana
  • 17:08
    Frank who just wrote a book about the
  • 17:10
    coup now if you remember and we it was
  • 17:12
    during our show that this Manuel Zelaya
  • 17:14
    who was the elected president he was
  • 17:18
    elected honcho of Honduras and we
  • 17:21
    orchestrated a coup where we picked him
  • 17:23
    up at night and in his bedroom in his
  • 17:25
    underwear at gunpoint put him on a plane
  • 17:30
    flew him to Costa Rica and dropped him
  • 17:33
    off in the middle of the of the tarmac
  • 17:36
    naked and then took off here's a little
  • 17:43
    reminder of this is the Honduras coup
  • 17:46
    Manuel Zelaya but and Dana Frank
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    discusses this I want you to go back to
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    2009 when there was a coup in Honduras
  • 17:55
    and the democratically elected leader
  • 17:58
    the Honduran President Manuel Zelaya
  • 18:01
    spoke on Democracy Now about what
  • 18:03
    happened to him if they attacked my
  • 18:06
    house at 5:30 in the morning a group of
  • 18:08
    at least 200 to 250 armed soldiers with
  • 18:13
    hoods and bulletproof vests and rifles
  • 18:15
    aimed their guns at me fired shots used
  • 18:18
    machine guns kick down the doors and
  • 18:21
    just as I was in pajamas they put me on
  • 18:24
    a plane and flew me to Costa Rica this
  • 18:27
    all happened in less than 45 minutes I
  • 18:29
    do remember that that's a long time ago
  • 18:33
    yes so this is they've never had
  • 18:35
    actually been true dina frank has done
  • 18:37
    some research he's a professor at UC
  • 18:39
    santa cruz and she's come out with a
  • 18:41
    book about this and she they say there's
  • 18:44
    no real smoking gun to prove that it was
  • 18:46
    Hillary who was the state department
  • 18:48
    head at the time who orchestrated this
  • 18:50
    or thus it was
  • 18:51
    I a Hillary thing which is part of the
  • 18:53
    reason I think that the CIA about Trump
  • 18:59
    and this whole Hondurans caravan which
  • 19:02
    CNN says doesn't even exist if you
  • 19:04
    remember there's no such thing it's a
  • 19:07
    hoax this is all because of the policies
  • 19:10
    that were instituted by Hillary and
  • 19:13
    Obama and let's play this clip on
  • 19:15
    Honduras coup hillary responsible when
  • 19:18
    you interviewed Hillary Clinton when she
  • 19:21
    was running for president when you were
  • 19:23
    working at the Daily News you asked her
  • 19:25
    about the coup she was not pleased you
  • 19:28
    asked her about her support the u.s.
  • 19:30
    support for the coup when she was
  • 19:32
    Secretary of State so went from the
  • 19:35
    Democrats right through to President
  • 19:37
    Trump and if you can talk about the
  • 19:39
    extent of this support and why you see
  • 19:41
    that linked to what we're seeing with
  • 19:45
    the migrants today as you say these are
  • 19:47
    refugees from US policy well we don't
  • 19:51
    have a smoking gun that shows the
  • 19:53
    us-backed the coup from before it
  • 19:54
    happened but all the evidence is very
  • 19:56
    clear that the US wanted the kuda
  • 19:58
    stabilized after it took place that the
  • 20:01
    u.s. recognized the bogus election of
  • 20:03
    November 2019 that brought Porfiry all
  • 20:05
    over to power and that the US has
  • 20:07
    continued to recognize the ongoing coup
  • 20:09
    regime especially that of one Orlando
  • 20:11
    Hernandez to although he has come in he
  • 20:14
    stole probably stole him up to we don't
  • 20:17
    really know in 2013 he very clearly ran
  • 20:19
    for president last year in violation of
  • 20:22
    the Constitution which bans re-election
  • 20:25
    and then he stole the election in
  • 20:26
    November last year again Salvador
  • 20:29
    Nasrallah yeah you know against an all
  • 20:31
    united opposition which very clearly won
  • 20:34
    so the US has given but it's so it's not
  • 20:37
    just a question of the u.s. supporting
  • 20:38
    the coup itself I mean clearly Hillary
  • 20:40
    Clinton is was responsible for that but
  • 20:42
    don't forget that Barack Obama was her
  • 20:44
    boss and he's responsible too
  • 20:47
    no no this is all coming out because of
  • 20:54
    the the president of Honduras his
  • 20:56
    brother was just arrested as a major
  • 20:59
    drug dealer and the argument that she
  • 21:02
    makes in the book is that this is a
  • 21:04
    narco-state in Honduras yes and so
  • 21:07
    everybody is it's like it's like the
  • 21:10
    gangland is running the place so all the
  • 21:12
    small businesses are closing down
  • 21:14
    because they ought to play tribute to
  • 21:16
    the local boss and all this sort of
  • 21:18
    thing and it's become a nightmare and
  • 21:21
    that's one of the reasons that they're
  • 21:22
    marching on the u.s. to come into the
  • 21:24
    country because we're the ones that
  • 21:26
    probably set this whole thing in motion
  • 21:28
    but hold on a sec so that's really what
  • 21:32
    the media should be reporting because
  • 21:34
    that makes sense to say hey we did all
  • 21:36
    this and that's why they're all pissed
  • 21:38
    off and they're and it's all so crazy
  • 21:40
    and they're running away from this
  • 21:41
    dangerous place and they want asylum
  • 21:43
    apparently some of them do but they
  • 21:46
    can't report on it because then they'd
  • 21:48
    have to say that it was Hillary and
  • 21:50
    Obama who put that in place is that the
  • 21:53
    issue hello
  • 21:55
    the current president's brother arrested
  • 21:58
    in Miami for drug trafficking well we've
  • 22:02
    known for a long time two years now that
  • 22:04
    one Orlando's brother Tony was involved
  • 22:09
    in drug trafficking he was in fact named
  • 22:10
    in US federal court
  • 22:12
    two years ago and we know that there are
  • 22:14
    drug traffickers from top to bottom in
  • 22:16
    the Honduran government so for endurance
  • 22:19
    this there's no surprise what's
  • 22:20
    important is that he actually was
  • 22:21
    arrested and it's going to be presumably
  • 22:24
    brought to justice what the signal so is
  • 22:26
    what would people call an outsourcing of
  • 22:28
    the criminal justice system why was why
  • 22:31
    was he not brought to justice tonight
  • 22:32
    his state excuse me why was he not
  • 22:34
    brought to justice in Honduras it shows
  • 22:37
    that this complete breakdown of the
  • 22:38
    hunter and criminal justice system that
  • 22:40
    this man wasn't brought to justice a
  • 22:42
    long time ago in Honduras okay now a
  • 22:46
    couple of things she also mentions that
  • 22:49
    Hillary put something in her it went
  • 22:50
    that why I lost book in her hardcover
  • 22:55
    edition she took it out for the
  • 22:56
    paperback back version it had to do with
  • 22:58
    Honduras oh and a Cavalier comment that
  • 23:01
    she made about putting the original guy
  • 23:03
    who was elected back in office she said
  • 23:05
    well it was something like as well you
  • 23:08
    know what difference does it make that
  • 23:14
    of the paperback version you got some
  • 23:16
    flack for but now there's the decently
  • 23:19
    last clip this is the this is the where
  • 23:23
    Dana Frank makes the argument that this
  • 23:25
    is yeah I was set up by Obama and
  • 23:27
    Hillary and that now all the troubles in
  • 23:31
    that part of the world are really stems
  • 23:33
    from that but it was carried forward and
  • 23:35
    it went right into the Trump
  • 23:37
    administration that really haven't done
  • 23:38
    too much about it although they did
  • 23:40
    arrest the brother so they're maybe
  • 23:42
    doing something about it but then but
  • 23:44
    another name kind of crops up in her
  • 23:46
    exposition of who how you can track you
  • 23:50
    know this the the the whole thing
  • 23:53
    through and drag it right through the
  • 23:56
    Trump administration and landed on one
  • 23:59
    guy who happens to be a coincidental
  • 24:01
    player in the Trump administration see
  • 24:04
    if you can figure out who this is when
  • 24:06
    she says his name the US Gate has given
  • 24:09
    this post cool regime greenlight after
  • 24:11
    green light after green lights who's not
  • 24:12
    just but and it's not just Obama what's
  • 24:14
    his name Louis day I was it was that a
  • 24:19
    name at the beginning no okay I couldn't
  • 24:22
    hear the us right after green light
  • 24:26
    after green light so it's not just but
  • 24:28
    and it's not just Obama it's not just
  • 24:29
    Hillary Clinton it's also John Kerry and
  • 24:32
    now Donald Trump and and his secretaries
  • 24:35
    of state tellers and Pompeyo John Bolton
  • 24:37
    at the National Security Council
  • 24:39
    mark prep Senator Marco Rubio who is
  • 24:42
    reportedly the person advising Pompeo
  • 24:44
    I'm US policy in Honduras right now so
  • 24:47
    this this is an ongoing policy and and
  • 24:49
    the hunters will be very quick to tell
  • 24:52
    you that the one orlando's regime
  • 24:54
    continues because of use i support not
  • 24:57
    just the police and the military aid
  • 24:59
    which is pouring in but this will this
  • 25:01
    legitimation of the regime and if you
  • 25:04
    want to see the continuities that key
  • 25:05
    figure here is a general john kelly who
  • 25:08
    was the head of the united states
  • 25:09
    southern command out of miami before he
  • 25:12
    was chief of staff for trump and he very
  • 25:16
    much has supported one Orlando Hernandez
  • 25:19
    he called him a magnificent guy and a
  • 25:21
    good friend and here's how we can see
  • 25:22
    this continuity from one regime to the
  • 25:24
    next you think the
  • 25:27
    mmm interesting yeah and nobody's
  • 25:32
    talking I mean I was glad that they
  • 25:34
    brought this woman on democracy now does
  • 25:36
    this once in a while they bring on
  • 25:38
    someone who wrote a book so it's very
  • 25:40
    well researched and a lot of good
  • 25:42
    documentation and there she's got a few
  • 25:43
    things to tell us nobody else will cover
  • 25:45
    it no I mean but I'm not so sure of is
  • 25:48
    that the Caravan consists of a lot of
  • 25:50
    Hondurans I mean that has been so poorly
  • 25:53
    covered at all yeah we're not gonna
  • 25:56
    cover nothing in factors here's I have
  • 25:58
    an MBA MSNBC report where this yes I
  • 26:02
    have this I have this report very good
  • 26:07
    and they listened to the president who
  • 26:09
    says it's not women and children it's
  • 26:11
    stone-cold criminals so my first
  • 26:14
    question is you're in that tent camp
  • 26:16
    besides that family give us a profile of
  • 26:19
    who is there mostly so they got the
  • 26:21
    reporter on the ground he's in these in
  • 26:24
    the camp he's looking around what are
  • 26:25
    they looking for because it seems as
  • 26:27
    though to your point they don't actually
  • 26:29
    have the necessary information so they
  • 26:32
    know how to cross the border there could
  • 26:34
    have people there could be people
  • 26:36
    yesterday who were running because they
  • 26:37
    thought it was their only chance right
  • 26:39
    and it's very difficult because this has
  • 26:41
    become such a polarizing issue if we
  • 26:43
    kind of take a walk you'll you'll be
  • 26:44
    able to see for yourself again this is
  • 26:46
    the inner sanctum of the shelter so
  • 26:49
    you're gonna see a lot of families here
  • 26:51
    a lot of women and children but the
  • 26:54
    truth is the majority of the people that
  • 26:56
    are part of this Caravan especially
  • 26:58
    outside if we can make our way all the
  • 27:00
    way over there we'll show you the
  • 27:01
    majority of them are men so people on
  • 27:03
    one side that point and say there are
  • 27:06
    women and children here and that is true
  • 27:08
    and then there are others who point and
  • 27:10
    say these are our men that are trying to
  • 27:12
    cross the border and that's true too
  • 27:14
    from what we've seen the majority are
  • 27:17
    actually men and some of these men have
  • 27:19
    not articulated that need for asylum
  • 27:21
    instead they have talked about you know
  • 27:24
    going to the United States for a better
  • 27:25
    life in to find work but if we come this
  • 27:28
    way here we're just gonna leave this is
  • 27:30
    where where there's a food bank that's
  • 27:32
    set up and you've got a long run do you
  • 27:35
    I mean I cut it off after this you want
  • 27:37
    to go for another 42 seconds with us
  • 27:38
    something else in there
  • 27:40
    we're just talking about there are 500
  • 27:41
    men lined up line of men earlier we saw
  • 27:45
    about five six hundred men standing in
  • 27:48
    line waiting for food and it looks like
  • 27:50
    that's dwindled down but this is the
  • 27:52
    outskirts and we're gonna pass through
  • 27:54
    here I'm going to show you where there
  • 27:55
    are some there's some police officers
  • 27:57
    and yeah anyway the point was is that
  • 28:04
    the MSNBC girl who is like all bent out
  • 28:06
    of shape about orange man bad she's
  • 28:11
    freaking out all the time well so I'm
  • 28:17
    just a step back for a second there's no
  • 28:19
    evidence these are all Honduran so it
  • 28:20
    could be just a whole bunch of Mexicans
  • 28:22
    who were hanging out getting ready to go
  • 28:24
    and there's been no reporting on that
  • 28:25
    you know the the iconic photo now of the
  • 28:29
    mother were the two kids and diapers
  • 28:31
    we're being tear gassed you know this
  • 28:33
    now alternate shots from all you can see
  • 28:37
    that they were staged
  • 28:38
    camera guys everywhere but the thing
  • 28:41
    that really gets me is and we're talking
  • 28:44
    about illegal immigrants and I've been
  • 28:47
    through the system many times three
  • 28:49
    actually have helped people is there's a
  • 28:51
    way to do it and you can do it it's not
  • 28:53
    cheap I think that's a problem because
  • 28:55
    it will cost you probably between three
  • 28:57
    and five thousand dollars to but you
  • 28:58
    know that's what people pay to the to
  • 29:01
    the Coyotes you know to get in illegally
  • 29:03
    so okay but it's construed in the media
  • 29:07
    as you just hate other people
  • 29:10
    you just hate brown people you don't
  • 29:12
    want people to come in and and and
  • 29:14
    you'll be an immigrant for the American
  • 29:17
    Dream which is bullcrap because if you
  • 29:19
    come in Legally we want you to come in
  • 29:21
    we want you to have the American dream
  • 29:23
    I still think immigration is about that
  • 29:26
    you can come in you can look at it used
  • 29:28
    to be you'd look at Donald Trump and say
  • 29:30
    I'd be that guy one day you can't do
  • 29:31
    that anymore that's orange man bad but
  • 29:34
    Geraldo who is you know I think he's
  • 29:37
    clearly left-leaning
  • 29:39
    although he's on Fox and he's often a
  • 29:42
    voice of reason which is appreciated but
  • 29:44
    he shows the true thinking about
  • 29:48
    immigration he's not thinking about the
  • 29:51
    American dream
  • 29:53
    coming unglued and then the the real
  • 29:56
    truth slips out refused to deal with
  • 30:02
    this as a media issue because it's far
  • 30:05
    too important gold your spec Jesse this
  • 30:07
    is something that goes to the very quick
  • 30:09
    this goes to my soul designated pinata
  • 30:16
    on fox news I want to say I am ashamed
  • 30:19
    this we treat these people these
  • 30:24
    economic refugees as if they're zombies
  • 30:26
    from The Walking Dead I think we
  • 30:28
    arrested 42 people aided them were women
  • 30:30
    with children we have to deal with this
  • 30:34
    problem you mainly and with compassion
  • 30:36
    these are not these these are not
  • 30:38
    invaders stop using these military
  • 30:41
    analogies this is absolutely painful to
  • 30:46
    watch this is we are a nation of
  • 30:48
    immigrants these are desperate people
  • 30:50
    they walk 2,000 miles
  • 30:51
    why don't work because I want to rape
  • 30:53
    your your daughter or steal your your
  • 30:56
    lunch no because they want a job well
  • 30:58
    they want to fill the millions of
  • 30:59
    unfilled jobs we have in the
  • 31:01
    agricultural sector they want to wash
  • 31:03
    dishes in the restaurants they want to
  • 31:04
    deliver the pizzas because they look
  • 31:15
    different than their it is theirs
  • 31:17
    Geraldo he says these people they come
  • 31:20
    for the American Dream to wash your
  • 31:21
    dishes to clean your toilets to pick
  • 31:24
    your fruit sauce you Geraldo fuck you
  • 31:27
    I'm sorry I hate that the woman from the
  • 31:30
    view who is called out this said the
  • 31:32
    same thing who's gonna wash our toilets
  • 31:35
    unbelievable that is unbelievable I'll
  • 31:38
    give you okay I'm gonna give I would
  • 31:41
    have given you a clip of the day of
  • 31:43
    whoever recorded that for you I recorded
  • 31:46
    that myself had done a better job of you
  • 31:50
    know maybe using some I actually tried
  • 31:52
    to filtered it was so impossible to
  • 31:54
    filter it I did everything I could and
  • 31:56
    just that was the best I could get but I
  • 31:59
    worked on it it was not just sent to me
  • 32:00
    and unprocessed but anyway that's that
  • 32:04
    is that is really that's hates
  • 32:07
    right there yeah we want these economic
  • 32:09
    migrants to come in illegally to wash my
  • 32:11
    floor wash my dishes clean my toilet
  • 32:15
    that's not how I think but that's how
  • 32:18
    Geraldo thinks and why is this so
  • 32:22
    accepted I mean it's beyond me it wasn't
  • 32:25
    accepted on the view and that woman said
  • 32:27
    it did someone call her out on it they
  • 32:31
    all called her out on it good good
  • 32:33
    it's just unconscionable that she
  • 32:36
    apologized yeah well I'm sick of this
  • 32:40
    Geraldo saying that stuff it's illegal
  • 32:43
    illegal immigration not the same as
  • 32:45
    legal migration to come here for the
  • 32:48
    American Dream and we can on the books
  • 32:50
    we could do about a hundred thousand a
  • 32:51
    year I think that's that is the legal
  • 32:54
    limit currently which you know that's
  • 32:56
    the legal immigration it's not a lot
  • 32:59
    when you think about it well we've got a
  • 33:04
    couple of things here
  • 33:08
    we've got manna fort I want to play
  • 33:12
    these clips because I just want to show
  • 33:13
    you the difference in the way people
  • 33:14
    cover stuff okay just a little
  • 33:18
    background on this between the show
  • 33:20
    notes I'm not gonna read it but it was
  • 33:22
    this is actually I have a backer I do
  • 33:24
    have a background err on manna fort
  • 33:28
    manna fort yeah I actually put it on
  • 33:31
    there Ministry of Truth eNOS as a you
  • 33:35
    know I'm just just a little background
  • 33:37
    err and then we'll talk about it because
  • 33:38
    The Guardian published something and
  • 33:40
    this report is from right after it was
  • 33:42
    published but the Guardian has since
  • 33:44
    changed many pieces of this article you
  • 33:48
    know those it was bogus but I love these
  • 33:50
    little systems that will track a webpage
  • 33:52
    and they'll show it to you and the
  • 33:53
    colors where things change and they
  • 33:55
    completely took it away from this
  • 33:57
    happened to he wanted to do this a
  • 34:02
    source said it could have happened kind
  • 34:05
    of thing and I think the Guardian
  • 34:07
    should get in trouble for what they did
  • 34:09
    the backdrop to this new report coming
  • 34:11
    out from The Guardian just this morning
  • 34:13
    that says Paul Matt afford met with
  • 34:16
    Julian
  • 34:16
    Sanj acclaimed WikiLeaks about four
  • 34:19
    minutes ago tweeted out and disputed can
  • 34:21
    you explain what the significance of
  • 34:23
    this would be again if accurate the
  • 34:25
    Guardian is hinging this I think on one
  • 34:27
    well-placed source they're citing well
  • 34:29
    in my understanding Hallie from one of
  • 34:31
    the reporters that's been involved of
  • 34:33
    Lou coordinating who I happen to know is
  • 34:35
    that this is based on an honest on
  • 34:36
    source or sources as well as some
  • 34:39
    documents that they've been able to
  • 34:40
    review you know how they the
  • 34:42
    significance of this the the Guardian
  • 34:44
    report says that Paul Manafort visited
  • 34:47
    the Ecuadorian Embassy and Julian
  • 34:49
    Assange in March of 2016 this was around
  • 34:52
    the time is you and I both know well
  • 34:55
    when you being on the campaign trail and
  • 34:56
    I was talking about this that Paul
  • 34:58
    Manafort was was joining the Trump
  • 35:00
    campaign or about to join the Trump
  • 35:01
    campaign we need a little bit more
  • 35:03
    detail on those dates so we can be
  • 35:04
    specific about it in addition the
  • 35:07
    Guardian report says that Paul Manafort
  • 35:08
    had other trips to the Ecuadorian
  • 35:10
    Embassy in London and that those trips
  • 35:12
    started around I believe 2013 if I
  • 35:14
    remember the report correctly and why
  • 35:16
    specifically that embassy which is of
  • 35:18
    course where Julian Assange lived so
  • 35:20
    yeah I think this is a report that beers
  • 35:23
    beers more follow up at this point and
  • 35:25
    just to explain some of the timeline
  • 35:27
    here you're correct Tom this this
  • 35:28
    apparently did begin in 2013 sources
  • 35:31
    have said Matt afford according to the
  • 35:32
    Guardian went to see a scientist
  • 35:33
    recently as spring of 2016 according to
  • 35:36
    one of their sources it was in March of
  • 35:38
    2016 as you know obviously Paul Madoff
  • 35:41
    or join the campaign shortly thereafter
  • 35:42
    that the Trump campaign that is months
  • 35:45
    later WikiLeaks released those emails we
  • 35:47
    should note that Paul Matta forts
  • 35:49
    lawyers did not comment at least to the
  • 35:51
    Guardian Tom and I did just speak to
  • 35:54
    Holly just at that point I did just to
  • 35:56
    Jason Maloney Paul Manafort spokesperson
  • 35:59
    and at this point they are not putting
  • 36:01
    out an on-the-record response although
  • 36:03
    that may change later today and they may
  • 36:05
    be able to provide us with something
  • 36:06
    that we can that we can report so I want
  • 36:08
    to say that that we have reached out to
  • 36:10
    Paul Manta fourths representatives about
  • 36:12
    this story as well so the way I
  • 36:13
    understand what went down here his mana
  • 36:16
    fort was asked if he had met with Julian
  • 36:18
    Assange he said no and then immediately
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    uh you're lying to us because and now
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    whether the Guardian came first or
  • 36:26
    Mueller gave it to the Guardian however
  • 36:29
    the guard
  • 36:29
    and got this information turns out it
  • 36:31
    was really incorrect news from the
  • 36:37
    Guardian yeah let's play the two clips I
  • 36:39
    wanted to play which would go over the
  • 36:40
    same exact thing again but differently
  • 36:43
    yes and let's start with the metaphor
  • 36:45
    update with with vas Assange info CBS
  • 36:50
    something White House press secretary
  • 36:52
    Sarah Sanders dismissed today I know
  • 36:54
    where any conversations were for
  • 36:57
    anyone's pardon
  • 36:58
    adding to manna forts troubles the
  • 37:00
    British newspaper The Guardian reported
  • 37:02
    today mana Ford held secret meetings
  • 37:04
    with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange
  • 37:06
    inside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London
  • 37:08
    including one in 2016 just months before
  • 37:12
    WikiLeaks released a trove of stolen
  • 37:15
    Democratic emails Manafort called the
  • 37:18
    story totally false
  • 37:19
    and deliberately libelous Assange also
  • 37:22
    threatens legal action in September the
  • 37:24
    former Trump campaign chairman agreed to
  • 37:26
    cooperate with the special counsel in
  • 37:28
    exchange for other charges against him
  • 37:30
    being dismissed it was Mahler's biggest
  • 37:33
    victory to date because mana fort could
  • 37:35
    provide valuable information about any
  • 37:37
    cooperation between the Trump campaign
  • 37:39
    and Russia in a court filing last night
  • 37:42
    prosecutors did not reveal what mana
  • 37:44
    fort lied about but promised to
  • 37:46
    eventually issue a report detailing men
  • 37:48
    affords crimes and lies his lawyer says
  • 37:51
    he is met with the special counsels
  • 37:53
    office several times and provided
  • 37:55
    truthful information former whitewater
  • 37:57
    investigator Solomon Weissenberg says
  • 37:59
    mana fort may be playing the long game
  • 38:01
    it's a good hypothesis though he never
  • 38:05
    intended to cooperate he's angling for a
  • 38:07
    pardon at some point in time any
  • 38:09
    collusion and then the New York Post of
  • 38:13
    all fine publications printed a report
  • 38:18
    printed an interview with Trump where
  • 38:20
    they asked him would you pardon Manta
  • 38:22
    for and he said well it hasn't come up
  • 38:24
    but why would I was not gonna rule it
  • 38:26
    out not gonna take it off the table
  • 38:28
    aa long game in collusion in cahoots oh
  • 38:31
    yeah orange man bad well anyway the
  • 38:35
    point is is that they CBS if you
  • 38:37
    listened that carefully was they kind of
  • 38:40
    took the side of the Guardian it seems
  • 38:42
    to me of course
  • 38:43
    I thought was a very poorly done story
  • 38:45
    they did no research they never they
  • 38:47
    never pull back the garbage on no it's
  • 38:50
    the Guardian you can always it's like
  • 38:51
    the the New York Times of England yes
  • 38:55
    kind of well did ya meddling in our
  • 38:58
    affairs I might point out the Brits are
  • 39:00
    meddling in our affairs over here again
  • 39:02
    again the better Assange mana for its
  • 39:05
    stories is better Assange mana for its
  • 39:07
    story Democracy Now oh I'm sorry I had a
  • 39:10
    different one queued up lawyers for
  • 39:13
    Julian Assange said the WikiLeaks
  • 39:15
    founder will sue the Guardian newspaper
  • 39:17
    for libel after it reported Tuesday that
  • 39:19
    Paul Manafort held secret talks with
  • 39:22
    Assange inside the Ecuadorian Embassy in
  • 39:24
    London on three occasions the alleged
  • 39:27
    meetings occurred the Guardian alleged
  • 39:29
    in 2013 2015 and in March of 2016
  • 39:34
    around the time mana fork/join Donald
  • 39:37
    Trump's presidential campaign lead
  • 39:39
    author Luke Harding cited a quote
  • 39:42
    well-placed source as the basis of the
  • 39:44
    report in a statement Manafort called
  • 39:46
    the report totally false and
  • 39:48
    deliberately libelous WikiLeaks said in
  • 39:51
    a tweet quote WikiLeaks is willing to
  • 39:53
    bet the Guardian a million dollars and
  • 39:55
    its editors head that mana for never met
  • 39:58
    Assange
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    you know actually I want to read some of
  • 40:01
    these differences from new sniffer from
  • 40:03
    this Guardian article so this is the
  • 40:06
    original article and then the change
  • 40:08
    came about one hour after that so first
  • 40:12
    of all the headline mana Ford held
  • 40:13
    secret talks with the songs an
  • 40:15
    Ecuadorian Embassy 8 hour later mana
  • 40:17
    Ford held secret talks with Assange in
  • 40:19
    Ecuadorian embassy sources say they're
  • 40:26
    backing off fast they're back pedaling
  • 40:28
    as fast as they can but but but I should
  • 40:30
    mention that the right or the main
  • 40:31
    writer who she mentioned and I guess
  • 40:33
    there's some other writer involved are
  • 40:35
    notorious for doing this creating these
  • 40:37
    fake stories on behalf of mi6 or someone
  • 40:40
    oh well that makes sense here it's
  • 40:42
    unclear why man afford one and to see
  • 40:44
    Assange and what was discussed an hour
  • 40:47
    later it is uncleared y mana Ford would
  • 40:49
    have wanted to see Assange and what was
  • 40:52
    discussed
  • 40:54
    original but the last meeting is likely
  • 40:56
    to come under scrutiny change but the
  • 40:58
    last apparent meeting is likely to come
  • 41:01
    under scrutiny and then they added a
  • 41:03
    paragraph in a series of tweets
  • 41:05
    WikiLeaks said Assange Amana Ford had
  • 41:07
    not met Assange described the story as a
  • 41:09
    hoax and then further according to two
  • 41:12
    sources mana Ford returned to the
  • 41:14
    embassy in 2015 the change according to
  • 41:17
    the sources manna fort returned to the
  • 41:20
    embassy in 2015
  • 41:21
    next change why manna fart - farts he's
  • 41:28
    now known as manna fart why manna fart
  • 41:30
    sought out Assange in 2013 is unclear
  • 41:33
    the change
  • 41:34
    why manna fart might have sought out
  • 41:37
    Assange in 2313 is unclear so there you
  • 41:40
    have it total bullcrap it's really just
  • 41:45
    whoo yeah it never happened and this is
  • 41:50
    something that you could report on I
  • 41:52
    mean this is reportable this new sniffer
  • 41:53
    is great now they're changing their
  • 41:57
    story to have to do the same thing the
  • 42:01
    National Enquirer does they're walking
  • 42:03
    back to story as fast as they can and
  • 42:05
    that would be the technical description
  • 42:08
    yes yeah they are so that was a scam and
  • 42:13
    just staying on this whole any collusion
  • 42:16
    vibe
  • 42:17
    CNN claims to have answers to two of the
  • 42:24
    questions that Trump gave in writing to
  • 42:27
    the Mueller team how they got it who
  • 42:30
    knows and we are getting the first
  • 42:32
    insight into how the president responded
  • 42:35
    to Robert Muller's written questions
  • 42:36
    which until now has been a big unknown
  • 42:39
    so source is familiar with this matter
  • 42:41
    tell CNN two things number one the
  • 42:44
    president told the special counsel that
  • 42:45
    Rogers not notice notice what's going on
  • 42:48
    here did I not hear that say that she
  • 42:50
    has these answers and then goes into
  • 42:52
    according to sources let's play that
  • 42:54
    again
  • 42:55
    and we are getting the first insight
  • 42:57
    into how the president responded to
  • 42:59
    Robert Muller's written questions which
  • 43:01
    until now has been a big unknown
  • 43:04
    so sources familiar with this matter
  • 43:06
    tell CNN
  • 43:06
    - that kg number one the president told
  • 43:09
    the special counsel that Roger stone did
  • 43:11
    not tell him about WikiLeaks and number
  • 43:14
    two that the president was also not told
  • 43:16
    about the 2016 Trump Tower meeting
  • 43:18
    between his son campaign officials and a
  • 43:21
    Russian lawyer who of course promised
  • 43:23
    dirt on Hillary Clinton now the closer
  • 43:25
    she answers were described to us without
  • 43:27
    providing any direct quotes and said
  • 43:30
    that the president made clear he was
  • 43:31
    answering to the best of his
  • 43:33
    recollection we honor these two points
  • 43:35
    here WikiLeaks and the Trump Tower
  • 43:37
    meeting they are really key as far as we
  • 43:40
    know to robert muller central mission
  • 43:42
    when he started this investigation which
  • 43:44
    is was there any collusion between team
  • 43:47
    collusion and the russians and if so how
  • 43:49
    high up does it go as well yeah i don't
  • 44:00
    know what but it's interesting but it's
  • 44:03
    interesting that she just made very
  • 44:04
    clear that this is according to sources
  • 44:06
    so so she hasn't seen this according to
  • 44:09
    sources now listen what she does next
  • 44:11
    and if so how high up doesn't go as well
  • 44:14
    yeah how is this different what we know
  • 44:17
    he's said here compared to what he said
  • 44:20
    publicly without we're told Brianna that
  • 44:22
    what the president said in these written
  • 44:24
    answers is similar matches actually what
  • 44:28
    he has said in public but of course
  • 44:29
    there's a big difference these written
  • 44:31
    answers would be subject to criminal
  • 44:33
    charges if false that's why it is our
  • 44:36
    understanding that the president made
  • 44:37
    clear his answers were the best of his
  • 44:39
    recollection which is standard for
  • 44:41
    lawyers as a way to shield their clients
  • 44:43
    lying
  • 44:45
    make sure that they're not in any legal
  • 44:47
    trouble that's why you do that to make
  • 44:50
    sure you're not in any legal trouble
  • 44:52
    it's the same thing Dana Bash looking
  • 45:00
    better these days actually I'm not quite
  • 45:02
    sure what she's done I think they
  • 45:03
    probably I think she's had her
  • 45:05
    programming change so when she
  • 45:07
    reconstitute herself as a human form her
  • 45:11
    eyeballs are a little smaller which
  • 45:13
    brings me to my bot story let me see
  • 45:17
    actually now I'll do that later it's a
  • 45:19
    part of OTG it's too lengthy uh so I got
  • 45:25
    another couple of comparison stories to
  • 45:27
    do okay I have the Russia Ukraine
  • 45:31
    dust-up yes I actually have already not
  • 45:35
    beat not going to mainstream media I'm
  • 45:37
    going I'm going to kind of I'm gonna do
  • 45:38
    the PBS compared to Democracy Now
  • 45:41
    knowing PBS I don't think cares that
  • 45:43
    much about the situation but democracy
  • 45:46
    now is a big you know Pro for some
  • 45:49
    reason pro-ukraine a pro you know hate
  • 45:53
    Russia because they're it's all anti
  • 45:55
    Russia and modern socialist and we have
  • 45:57
    huge huge oil interest in Ukraine all
  • 46:01
    the elites do john kerry joe biden their
  • 46:04
    sons have had business there was it who
  • 46:08
    put five billion in was that Chevron I
  • 46:10
    don't remember let's play the Democracy
  • 46:13
    Now version first Russia's sending
  • 46:16
    advanced surface-to-air missiles to the
  • 46:18
    Crimean Peninsula and it's mounting
  • 46:20
    tensions with Ukraine the escalation
  • 46:22
    comes after Russia's Navy captured three
  • 46:24
    Ukrainian ships Sunday and arrested
  • 46:26
    sailors near a narrow waterway
  • 46:28
    separating Russia from Crimea which
  • 46:30
    Russia seized in the legally annexed in
  • 46:32
    2014 on Tuesday Ukrainian press
  • 46:35
    interesting annexed I thought was
  • 46:37
    annexed she said the next I want to
  • 46:44
    point something out that especially with
  • 46:46
    Democracy Now Russia never seized it
  • 46:49
    they had a co she said illegally see I
  • 46:56
    want to mention something because I do
  • 46:57
    have a couple of reports from her on
  • 46:59
    East Sahara and/or Western Sahara I'm
  • 47:03
    sorry which is an independent country
  • 47:05
    that they won't they won't let become
  • 47:07
    its own independent entity and she makes
  • 47:09
    a big stink about it in the report when
  • 47:11
    you listen to her and and but all these
  • 47:13
    people will do that is by dialogues from
  • 47:16
    the left is why don't they let them
  • 47:19
    choose what they want to what country
  • 47:20
    what they went through for the rulers
  • 47:22
    they go on and about that but apparently
  • 47:23
    the crimeans couldn't can't do that and
  • 47:26
    so now that's a bad thing you can't do
  • 47:28
    that and here because of some
  • 47:29
    relationship to rush
  • 47:31
    well it's because of okc sahara when
  • 47:33
    you're trying to get out of the rule of
  • 47:35
    Moroccans we do with thatís another
  • 47:36
    discussion I just want to point out this
  • 47:38
    kind of nuttiness that you could keep
  • 47:40
    hearing with this with this reports from
  • 47:43
    these guys arrested sailors near a
  • 47:46
    narrow waterways separating Russia from
  • 47:48
    Crimea which Russia seized in the
  • 47:50
    legally annexed in 2005 next fourteen on
  • 47:53
    Tuesday ukrainian President Petro
  • 47:55
    poroshenko said Ukraine faces the
  • 47:57
    prospect of an all-out war with Russia
  • 48:00
    soon everything these Russian tanks were
  • 48:03
    not withdrawn yet they remained there at
  • 48:05
    the ukraine-russia border and that's why
  • 48:07
    I don't want anyone to think that it's
  • 48:09
    entertainment or a game the country is
  • 48:11
    under the threat of a full-fledged war
  • 48:13
    with the Russian Federation hmm now all
  • 48:19
    God you know full-fledged war the
  • 48:20
    Russians it's kind of what you could
  • 48:23
    walk away from his destiny we're
  • 48:24
    borderline war is though is the message
  • 48:27
    to come away from with the war and peace
  • 48:29
    report now from Democracy Now so let's
  • 48:33
    listen to something this time instead of
  • 48:35
    listening to the guy from Ukraine the
  • 48:37
    other side of the story from Putin and
  • 48:40
    maybe there's an explanation that makes
  • 48:42
    a little more sense from PBS Russia's
  • 48:45
    military announced today that it is
  • 48:47
    sending more anti-aircraft missiles to
  • 48:50
    occupied Crimea amid a new crisis with
  • 48:53
    Ukraine Russian vessels seized 3
  • 48:56
    Ukrainian ships and 24 sailors in the
  • 48:59
    Kerch Strait on Sunday claiming they
  • 49:02
    illegally entered the area today
  • 49:04
    President Vladimir Putin charged that
  • 49:06
    Ukraine's president provoked the crisis
  • 49:09
    to help his reelection chances he busted
  • 49:12
    you in the morning if you leave now a
  • 49:14
    small incident occured that martial law
  • 49:16
    was introduced in the country this is
  • 49:18
    being done obviously in the run-up to
  • 49:20
    the presidential polls an absolutely
  • 49:22
    obvious fact now this is a provocation
  • 49:25
    also today the Kremlin said it still
  • 49:27
    expects mr. Putin to meet with President
  • 49:30
    Trump at the g20 summit mr. Trump
  • 49:33
    threatened yesterday to cancel that
  • 49:34
    meeting over the Russian actions against
  • 49:37
    Ukraine now because of the martial law
  • 49:42
    if you think about it
  • 49:44
    you get everybody in a war statute you
  • 49:47
    know it's not the word weird I'm looking
  • 49:49
    for uh stature getting everybody ready
  • 49:52
    for war yes what Bush used to do when he
  • 49:55
    will try to get when he got when he did
  • 49:56
    get reelected he we had weird red alert
  • 49:58
    you know the terrorists are gonna bomb
  • 50:00
    us again we gotta be on our toes and our
  • 50:03
    toes because of red alert and then the
  • 50:05
    election happened this was like a scam
  • 50:08
    that Bush pulled on the American public
  • 50:10
    yes and everyone called him out for it
  • 50:12
    as well and so he said it wasn't a scam
  • 50:15
    and this is what's going on I think
  • 50:16
    that's what exactly what I think Putin
  • 50:18
    is exactly right this guy there's an
  • 50:20
    election coming up yeah this is a great
  • 50:22
    way to go is to provoke an incident put
  • 50:25
    martial law in place say that we're
  • 50:27
    gonna be rated any minute by all these
  • 50:29
    tanks and vote for me and vote for me
  • 50:33
    here's the here's the report from
  • 50:35
    Ukraine radio into a radio Ukraine
  • 50:38
    international as far as I can tell it is
  • 50:41
    not your typical USAID outfit it's not
  • 50:43
    that's but funded by the State
  • 50:45
    Department although the Ukrainian
  • 50:47
    government did cut its funding
  • 50:48
    significantly a year or two back so
  • 50:51
    here's what they have to say
  • 50:53
    with a 2003 treaty between Russia and
  • 50:55
    Ukraine designates the kurth's trade and
  • 50:58
    this year of us of has shared
  • 51:00
    territorial waters but Moscow has been
  • 51:02
    asserting greater control over the area
  • 51:04
    since its annexation of the Crimean
  • 51:07
    Peninsula in 2014
  • 51:08
    particularly since May this year when it
  • 51:11
    opened a new 19 kilometers linking the
  • 51:14
    peninsula to Russian territory to the
  • 51:16
    east of the Kurd straight so what I
  • 51:18
    heard is that there that one of these
  • 51:22
    ships and I know if it's true or not
  • 51:23
    it's Russian propaganda no doubt that
  • 51:26
    one of these ships was ready to blow up
  • 51:28
    the bridge and that's what they bless
  • 51:30
    you and that's what this was maybe about
  • 51:32
    but I like your explanation far better
  • 51:35
    it makes nothing but sense be afraid
  • 51:38
    vote for me
  • 51:39
    yeah be afraid vote for me I like the
  • 51:41
    bridge concept but still sounds bogus
  • 51:45
    yeah because that would cause a problem
  • 51:47
    yeah a bridge is like a big deal it's a
  • 51:50
    very big deal yeah just been recently
  • 51:52
    open so but they may know the dead be an
  • 51:55
    act that is an act of war I would get
  • 51:56
    do what they made no and also there's a
  • 51:58
    lot going on we got the Turk stream you
  • 52:00
    know although that's not that it's you
  • 52:02
    know in the Black Sea but this just a
  • 52:03
    lot of activity happened there right now
  • 52:05
    and I I'm sorry I still like you I still
  • 52:10
    like your thesis the best that that's
  • 52:12
    the one that makes sense when is the
  • 52:13
    election exactly do you think is next
  • 52:15
    month coming up now then we should do
  • 52:18
    another scare in about ten days do we
  • 52:22
    can get something going and yeah so I
  • 52:27
    was listening is my last Democracy Now
  • 52:29
    clip I'm listening to it because they
  • 52:30
    had that you know they lead the news
  • 52:32
    with the global warming stuff because
  • 52:34
    that gives a me the opportunity to go to
  • 52:36
    all these global warming gone fishing go
  • 52:39
    to Paris was she this time she's going
  • 52:41
    to Poland next once in Poland it's it's
  • 52:44
    it's the Paris of Eastern Europe yeah
  • 52:47
    Krakow probably a visit so but I only
  • 52:53
    wanted to clip the because I was
  • 52:54
    listening to one of the YouTube guys
  • 52:56
    some Nobel laureate going on and he's
  • 53:00
    you know saying that the whole thing is
  • 53:02
    kind of bogus for all kinds of very
  • 53:05
    particular reasons and he never
  • 53:06
    mentioned the computer simulation
  • 53:08
    problem that they have but he did say
  • 53:10
    the one thing which was how come every
  • 53:12
    time there's gonna be something like
  • 53:14
    global warming everything is going to be
  • 53:17
    bad nothing good is everything why why
  • 53:20
    do something good there's a change of
  • 53:27
    anything is there no chance that
  • 53:29
    anything good could come of it and so I
  • 53:32
    I was that was in the back of my mind as
  • 53:34
    I clip this the global warming report
  • 53:37
    which only talks about all the horrible
  • 53:40
    things that are gonna happen to see a
  • 53:42
    global rise of 3.2 degrees Celsius or
  • 53:45
    nearly 6 degrees Fahrenheit by the end
  • 53:47
    of the century such a rise would see
  • 53:49
    devastating droughts floods and extreme
  • 53:51
    weather with increased sea level crop
  • 53:53
    failures mass migration and global
  • 53:55
    conflict the UN's calling for new
  • 53:57
    investments in renewable energy and for
  • 53:59
    governments to replace subsidies on
  • 54:01
    fossil fuels with taxes to discourage
  • 54:03
    their use the stark warning came ahead
  • 54:05
    of the UN climate talks set for cut we'd
  • 54:08
    say Poland
  • 54:10
    next month and I'll be there reporting
  • 54:11
    live I'm Amy Goodman the war and peace
  • 54:14
    report she did make that clear that
  • 54:16
    she's gonna be oh yes so we're gonna
  • 54:19
    have famine and drought by the way
  • 54:21
    droughts and flooding there's a very
  • 54:22
    interesting thing to happen at the same
  • 54:24
    time droughts and flooding and famine
  • 54:29
    and war we're all nobody everything's a
  • 54:33
    baby green land old meltdown and we're
  • 54:36
    gonna end up with the growing seasons up
  • 54:38
    there or maybe they find gold who knows
  • 54:42
    well Al Gore is on the warpath for this
  • 54:45
    and I'm sure this is perfectly time with
  • 54:47
    the polish adventure December 3rd and
  • 54:50
    4th or 3rd through the 4th he will be
  • 54:52
    coming to you with 24 hours of reality
  • 54:56
    the climate crisis signs all around us
  • 54:59
    mistakes are high the healthy future
  • 55:02
    hangs in the balance
  • 55:03
    tune in December 3rd and 4th this former
  • 55:05
    Vice President Al Gore is joined by
  • 55:07
    world leaders climate and health experts
  • 55:09
    and entertainers in an examination of
  • 55:12
    how the climate crisis threatens our
  • 55:14
    health and communities and what we can
  • 55:16
    do to solve this global
  • 55:17
    it's our responsibility to protect our
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    body our planet our future 24 hours of
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    reality when we protect our planet it'll
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    protect ourselves yeah baby 24 hour and
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    you know the entertainment is going to
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    be the Goo Goo Dolls whoo-hoo I mean you
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    got to tell me what this is this event
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    in New York is this news Madison Square
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    Garden special no it's PC event is gonna
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    be on cable it's a video event only as
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    far as I know online he did this a
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    couple years ago he does this from time
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    maybe it was even last year he does this
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    24 hours of reality and gets everyone
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    together and they'll talk about it and
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    you know then the Goo Goo Dolls will
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    perform now Rihanna wasn't available
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    apparently so uh and I love the title 24
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    hours of reality let's see what the BBC
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    says about all this an orange man bad
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    but you're on climate change as well he
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    says he doesn't believe a report done by
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    his own administration that points to
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    some very serious economic impacts this
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    is a bit of a pattern isn't it I mean he
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    undercuts his own administration all the
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    time why in constantly and it's if this
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    is a president who comes to office with
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    some very firmly held views this is the
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    Reid I think his name is from the hill
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    about immigration about climate change
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    and about the way things used to be in
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    America making America great again and
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    the climate change report is a part in
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    that interesting so it's because he's
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    he's old obviously old fashioned you
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    know so he wants you know his own white
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    drinking fountain
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    I'm just wants to keep things the way
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    they are you know it was good you know
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    before climate change I'm just going to
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    go nananana now it's not happening
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    about immigration about climate change
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    and about the way things used to be in
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    America making America great again and
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    the climate change report is a part of
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    that I mean this is something that there
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    is scientific consensus on there's no
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    serious scientific opposition to the
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    notion that there's no serious
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    opposition not various scientific
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    opposition to the notion that climate
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    change is real and getting worse and
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    caused by humans but the president is
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    not willing to bend his preconceived
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    notions on that
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    crazy the way they passed gloss over the
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    30,000 scientists signed that letter
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    it's not fantastic
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    I wonder or the people that like myself
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    would keep complaining that hey this is
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    based on computer simulations which is
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    notoriously useless here's a question so
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    let's just take let's take Berkeley
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    California
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    had we implemented everything necessary
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    in 2000 I put in the show notes again
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    that report from 2000 in fact I will
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    read it to you from Reuters United
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    Nations a senior United Nations and
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    environmental officials says entire
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    nations could be wiped off the face of
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    the earth by rate right rising sea
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    levels if the global global warming
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    trend is not reversed by the year 2000
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    this is actually from 89 I'm sorry yeah
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    the 89 report coastal flooding and crop
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    failures would create an exodus of eco
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    refugees threatening political chaos
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    said no Brown director of the New York
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    office of the UN Environment Program
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    UNDP he said governments have a 10-year
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    window of opportunity to solve the
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    greenhouse effect before it goes beyond
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    human control and so they were
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    predicting disaster by 2000 yes so what
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    would happen if we had implemented
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    everything I mean how much cooler would
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    it be would it be two degrees to cooler
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    right now I don't know it's cold out
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    today hey man
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    weather's not climate bro meanwhile
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    France
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    Manu McCall he's taking this to heart
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    and here's the strategy for France as a
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    part of their strategy they are going to
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    close 14 nuclear reactors by 2035 yeah
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    is he
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    cuckoo yeah this is nuts
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    I mean that's going to country it's one
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    of the greatest systems in the world for
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    grating energy it's been flawless it
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    hasn't produced a bunch of bad stuff
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    it's it's they're all standardized so
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    all the reactors are the same so they
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    don't cost that much to put up or staff
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    they're not you know the problem that we
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    have with our General Electric is
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    somebody's Westinghouse some of these
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    reactors we they're all custom made you
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    need just you know everyone has to be
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    trained on different reactors it's a
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    disaster yeah although they're more
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    efficient or they fancy or they do more
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    more they develop more power who knows
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    but the French system has been
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    absolutely the best and most reliable in
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    the world and is clean energy yep so why
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    are they doing this advice to help the
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    new green country and into I think
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    France is 80% nuke electricity's for
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    everything yeah can't get that from wind
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    but but well they at least may have
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    natural gas the other Netherlands is is
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    really on track to little gases and
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    they're not even gonna do that they're
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    going to do wind and solar and man
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    they're gonna be it's gonna be tough to
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    read at night in in Pitt and France
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    without electricity I also don't really
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    think that he's gonna go through with
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    that it just doesn't seem well
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    talk is cheap yeah exactly and with that
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    talk I'd like to thank you for your
  • 1:00:54
    courage and say in the morning to you
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    the man who put the C in climate change
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    on c-deck
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    well i in the morning to you and mr.
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    adam curry also in the morn ellis ships
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    at the scene the boots on the ground the
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    feet in the air in the subs in the water
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    in the morning all the games and all the
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    nights out there in the morning to our
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    have you and I didn't look at you for
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