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1104: People's Vote

Adam Curry & John C. Dvorak

2h 49m
January 17th, 2019
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Executive Producers: Michael Shane

Associate Executive Producers: Christopher Roettger, Dennis Price

Cover Art by Nick the Rat

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Chapters

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Start of Show
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3:37
White House Serves Fast Food on Silver Platters for Clemson Celebration
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6:33
MSNBC Reporter Insinuates Lindsay Graham is Being Blackmailed
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7:24
Carl Bernstein: "Trump Helped Putin Destabilize the United States"
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9:28
AC Celebrates Russian New Year with Sir Gene
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12:15
ABC News: Sources Say Mueller Report Will Be Anti-Climactic
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17:47
Freshman Democrats March to US Senator McConnell’s Office to Urge Him to Reopen Government
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19:01
Justice Democrats
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29:17
May's Brexit Proposal Rejected in the House of Commons
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55:54
Revolutions of 1848
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1:00:37
Credits
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1:08:59
Berlin Station TV Show Clip
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1:11:36
David Webb Called Out For His White Privilege by CNN Analyst
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1:15:17
Kamala Harris' Brown Privilege
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1:19:04
Christian Bale Thanks Satan During Golden Globes Acceptance Speech
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1:20:19
Controversial Gillette Advertisement
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1:23:23
Shade, the X-Men's First Drag Queen Mutant Superhero
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1:25:42
The New York Times: Steve King's Racist Remarks and Divisive Actions
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1:32:34
Seymour Hersh: "Journalism is Going To Hell"
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1:35:38
Hollywood, Health & Society
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1:46:53
Aleph Farms Raises Cell-Grown Meat
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1:51:30
Bill Barr's Senate Judiciary Committee Confirmation Hearing
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2:00:05
#10YearChallenge
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2:05:28
Tim Cook Calls For a Regulatory Body to Oversee Data Brokers
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2:06:53
Roku Removes InfoWars From Platform After One Day
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2:09:06
Donations
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2:17:24
Birthdays & Title Changes
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2:20:07
Man Who Shot Police Officer Says He Was Hit With Ultrasonic Waves
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2:23:10
Transient Boats with Homeless People Are Populating Columbia River
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2:28:39
Pelosi Claims State of the Union Could Be Postponed Over Security Threats
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2:31:02
Trump Cancels Pelosi's Foreign Trips
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2:31:30
Trump Recalls 46 Thousand Furloughed Federal Employees to Work Without Pay
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2:37:18
Syria Report by NBC News' Richard Engel
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2:41:45
End of Show
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    don't take off the cat Channel Adam
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    curry is no agenda from northern Silicon
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    Valley where I'm seated by sore gum this
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    morning I'm John Seymour alright title
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    right off the bat satiated by sorghum
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    now I'm still on the sorghum trip you're
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    never gonna make it taste good are you
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    writing your little intros down I always
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    okay why cuz the rubber knife thing I
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    know you just not something anyone would
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    ever ad-lib it's funny you've never
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    heard this I think I may have used this
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    as an opening years ago the rubber knife
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    yeah yeah you'd probably but it's true
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    that's all we got compass rubber knife
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    good together no I'm understanding this
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    this teracle aspect of it okay yeah no
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    knives no guns no nothing all right sit
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    down all right so your sorghum yes I'm
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    sorry there's some cereal some German
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    company made some cereals got sorghum as
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    a main element it's and most of the
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    world eats sorghum in what yes I think
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    the number two or number three it's in
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    the top three of the grains we have
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    wheat you have rice and you have sorghum
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    those are the big three
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    and you'd think he says it's in the big
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    three that it would be something
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    Americans would eat but apparently it's
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    just shipped to Africa well now you know
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    it tastes like crap give it to them it's
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    like is it cheap to grow I mean why grow
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    it at all where the Africans not eat
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    wheat they refuse to eat rice too much
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    trouble to boil I mean I don't
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    understand whether he's sorghum and
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    talked about too much trouble to boil
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    maybe believe you had to boil sorghum to
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    death no I mean look for something here
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    I know what to do though we have a
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    number of chefs professionals people
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    that are far above and beyond our
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    cooking abilities that listen to this
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    show have they played with sorghum I
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    don't think so well what can I get this
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    sorghum anywhere I want is it available
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    is very hard to come by you go to Whole
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    Foods you asking for some Sora the third
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    most popular grain in the world no
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    sorghum hey I would like some of the
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    third most popular grain in the world
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    sorghum do you have any well what well
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    can you send me some because I just
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    found a insta pot recipe for sorghum
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    that's got to be that's got to be the
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    epitome insta pot sorghum maggots or
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    goes through Amazon so you can order
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    some good anyway well this is a ruined
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    meal I don't know I've been loving my
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    insta pot yeah you would like because
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    insta pot no it's not that
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    instant cuz you always gotta sautee
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    stuff and then it takes 10 down about
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    the word pot oh it must be good oh oh
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    geez really okay as cheap joke and you
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    want to hear a cheap joke yeah Lindsey
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    Graham
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    here is he was asked to speak in front
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    of the was the team that the president
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    served fast food - oh the right the
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    Clemson Tigers Clemson Tigers so the
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    president asked Lindsay to make a short
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    speech
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    well they said be short when I started
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    this speech short now we'll end it short
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    you can tell this is an educated crowd I
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    found that it was semi charming
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    president went out and bought all this
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    crap food for this football guys the
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    reactions on Twitter were funny Kazaa
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    these been our you know they're finally
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    precision machines of athleticism that
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    could never be such things knows any of
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    these guys ever by the time that's like
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    my three months in college in West
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    Virginia I was the white shadow and the
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    football team the Tigers I think they
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    would
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    hey hey white boy let's go to Mickey D's
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    like I'd like eight big black football
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    players in my car would drive to
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    Morgantown oh yeah love it of course
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    they do yeah love it love it
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    the thing that you probably like that
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    more than some some kind of Faygo mate
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    gourmet meal that you know maybe some
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    other president would have set out for I
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    didn't I didn't clip it and I wouldn't
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    even thought to bring it up but the the
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    president started off by saying
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    something about well you know first I
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    was thinking you know maybe have the
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    first lady make some salads and the
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    second lady do some salads in the back
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    which was deemed misogynist I think it's
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    just rude towards his wife if I had said
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    that the keeper would have pulled me
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    aside a certain point said listen how
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    you talk about me it was salad maker Wow
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    sure he heard heard about it yeah but
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    that's the kind of oh he is oh it's a
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    good word you know he did him a favor
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    I'm sure those guys loved all those
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    besides of course they did
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    and he was he had Wendy's and he had
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    Burger King didn't have chick-fil-a just
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    thought was a mistake could have riled
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    some more people up with the races
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    there's no way knows any Hardee's in
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    there but this Lindsey Graham you know
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    he's flipped 180 degrees on his attitude
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    about the president and we finally know
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    we finally know what's going on we go to
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    MSNBC Donald Trump got elected Lindsey
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    Graham called Donald Trump a racist
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    xenophobic bigot that is Lindsey
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    Graham's words I doubt Lindsey Graham
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    could tell you Donald Trump's had a
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    change of heart in the last 24 months I
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    bet what the change of heart has been
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    with Lindsey Graham not the President or
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    it could be that Donald Trump or
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    somebody knows something pretty extreme
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    about Lindsey Graham we're gonna be
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    secretly gay Stephanie that's what it is
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    and he's holding it over him I'm gonna
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    out you Lindsey cuz nobody knows there
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    has been so much nuttiness in the news
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    in fact I'm gonna go right into this
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    clip and then I have an observation this
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    is Carl Bernstein one half of the
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    legendary Woodward and Bernstein duo
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    we're all journos today they aspire to
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    be these guys and Bernstein is on CNN
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    and what everybody can see is that he
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    has not acted with Russia from the
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    United States having a strength
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    advantage with Russia rather he has done
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    what appears to be Putin's goals he has
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    helped Putin destabilized the United
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    States interference in the election no
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    matter whether it was purposeful or not
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    and that is part of what the draft of
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    Muller's report I'm told
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    it'll be about ah so this is about the
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    draft of Muller's report and he Trump
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    has willingly or unwittingly or I even
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    heard clapper say wittingly his favorite
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    word
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    has helped Putin destabilize the United
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    States place is falling apart which
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    brings me to the shutdown if the
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    president truly is a puppet of Putin
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    then this shutdown is nothing less than
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    an actual attack by Russia yeah we are
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    under attack by Russia it's so easy to
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    use these things why do why don't they
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    do that dreamed up these are fantastic
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    means isn't great means to sit around
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    and they dream the stuff up and then
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    they say let's roll these talking points
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    they didn't do this one they didn't I
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    mean this is an obvious one they didn't
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    sit down and say hey wait a minute we
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    can call this shutdown we can call it an
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    attack by the Russians yeah no they did
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    what you're listening to our show some
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    people go into the pot and come out as a
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    talking point Putin's puppet
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    speaking of the Russians sir Jean the
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    Earl of Texas yes Sheriff yeah he's
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    these Earl Earl Jean sheriff of Texas
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    something like that something he
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    celebrated the Russian new year last
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    Sunday as he does every year I didn't
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    know they had a new year of their own
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    yes Gregorian calendar okay and Here I
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    am I'm like well okay but does it always
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    fall like around the 12th of the 13th is
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    it always on a Sunday he's like no
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    Gregorian calendar took me wild it to
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    get the concept that it may not be
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    completely in sync with our calendar so
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    he celebrated that at at Russian
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    Orthodox Christian he celebrates the new
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    year on that day I don't know if he
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    celebrates all new years well where
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    there's vodka there's gene but I tell
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    you it's Russians this you would have
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    loved this this dinner he brought it
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    with just people crazy interesting
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    people like guy who was one of the
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    founding partners of gut rancor and he
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    told me about how this whole deal with
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    Anthony Robbins came together which
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    really wasn't Anthony Robbins idea they
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    had some of these materials and they
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    they packaged him into the very first
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    power talk series which I thought was an
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    interesting story well again see rank
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    rancor is a notoriously good marketing
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    company for doing that sort of it's not
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    it's abnormal marketing it's done direct
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    customers usually over television it's
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    cut yeah it's the the infomercial that
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    they really pioneered the infomercial I
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    would say I don't know they I would have
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    asked them specifically about Barry
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    Boettcher and his influence on the
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    infomercial but that's another know then
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    I will ask him yeah cuz he's an awesome
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    um the best part though this Russia
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    house man those guys know how to do it
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    right we had a waitress and he got
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    imagine she had and like just yeah a 70s
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    Austrian porn imagine that right bones
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    bah bah bow bow bow bow bow and she had
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    on a maid's outfit with short pants I
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    swear to god she she had the white you
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    know the little maid like thing on her
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    head and everything's black and then as
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    she backed away from the table it was
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    you know cut off like showing her legs
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    it was it was just completely odd I said
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    genius style in Moscow I said Jean you
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    should invite her to the wedding he's
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    like yeah well I said but she has to
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    wear that outfit yeah I don't know if
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    that's gonna happen I think the keeper's
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    you love that idea all right so this
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    Muller report turns out it's gonna be a
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    big dud and everyone's getting new you
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    hold on a second first of all we're this
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    is right now we're in the moment where
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    there's talking about it coming out to
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    be that this mother report is never
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    going to come out for at least a year
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    oh I'm all-in with that but they have
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    before Christmas they were all praying
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    it's like in this for it give us a great
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    Christmas gift Bob Muller Bob and I
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    found this to be this this was repeated
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    many times
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    incorrectly which I thought was kind of
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    fun this is ABC's Jonathan Karl with his
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    information on sources close to Muller
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    what we'll look I mean that the story in
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    the New York Times was an extraordinary
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    reflection of level of distrust between
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    the FBI leadership and the president and
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    the how suspicious the president's
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    behavior was that they actually were at
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    the to the point of investigating
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    letters about firing Comey the interview
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    with Lester holes and and and actually
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    going to the point of investigating
  • 13:18
    whether or not effectively the president
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    was a Russian agent but what I am
  • 13:21
    getting is that this is all building up
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    to the Muller report and raising
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    expectations of a bombshell report and
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    there been expectations that have been
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    building of course for over a year on
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    this but people who are closest to what
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    Muller has been doing over interacted
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    with the Special Counsel cautioned me
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    that this report is almost certain to be
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    anti-climatic but if you look at what
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    the FBI I'm pretty sure it's
  • 13:45
    anti-climactic
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    he said fly Matic and alignment yeah and
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    a lot of people regurgitated climatic
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    but it I've looked it up it is kind ass
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    climactic it is close anti-climactic yes
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    anti-climatic because that's anti
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    climate Matic but if you look at what
  • 14:10
    the FBI wasn't investigating in that New
  • 14:13
    York Times report look at what they were
  • 14:14
    investigating Muller did not go anywhere
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    with that investigation he has been
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    writing his report in real time through
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    these indictments and we have seen
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    nothing from Muller on the central
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    question of was there any coordination
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    collusion with the Russians in the
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    effort to meddle in the elections or was
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    there even any knowledge on the part of
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    the President or anybody in his campaign
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    there you go so anti-climatic
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    never a correction you'll hear it people
  • 14:44
    are so filled with climate change that
  • 14:46
    this climatic just kind of pops out
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    don't even know it even that's exactly
  • 14:51
    what happened even Stephanopoulos just
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    sitting there like is anything wrong
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    so that's the Muller report I had
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    nothing else on the Muller report I
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    agree with you though it'll just go on
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    for years
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    milk as long as he can't cuz it's free
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    money and I mean these you know I just
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    do something for a living
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    and he gives him a lot of power and
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    people do theirs Muller he still has
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    tons of other crimes to cover up yeah
  • 15:18
    you can do some 9/11 crimes that need to
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    need to be covered up and taken care of
  • 15:24
    get some people out extract him well
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    this is a good background this is the
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    NBC trying to bring us up to speed on
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    everything from the everything about
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    Trump all-in-one 109 minutes the NBC
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    lasing and to trump about everything I'm
  • 15:42
    Kristen Welker at the White House where
  • 15:44
    the president was focused on that
  • 15:45
    Capitol Hill hearing today with the
  • 15:47
    Russia investigation looming large over
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    him and it's likely Moscow is watching
  • 15:53
    too particularly after the New York
  • 15:55
    Times reported today President Trump
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    seriously considered pulling out of NATO
  • 15:59
    last summer a move that would have
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    weakened the alliance aimed at deterring
  • 16:04
    Russian aggression
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    NBC News reported at the time military
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    leaders went into damage control mode to
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    calm jittery allies and during the
  • 16:13
    summit mr. Joffe stressed about the
  • 16:15
    possibility of withdrawal I think I
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    probably can but that's unnecessary and
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    the people have stepped up today like
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    they've never stepped up before it also
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    comes as Senate Democrats and some
  • 16:27
    Republicans voted on a measure aimed at
  • 16:29
    blocking the Treasury Department from
  • 16:31
    easing sanctions on three Russian
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    companies linked to a close Putin ally
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    better than anybody the president has
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    also been defending himself this week
  • 16:44
    against revelations the FBI opened a
  • 16:47
    counterintelligence investigation into
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    him in 2017
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    now a couple things one I was always
  • 16:57
    told that he would never deny saying he
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    worked for Russia but there was a denial
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    on that tape yeah yeah and the other one
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    was the whip saw in there where she says
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    he was thinking about pulling out of
  • 17:08
    NATO and then they pull it throw to a
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    clip where he never says but they put
  • 17:15
    throw the clip in making it sound as
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    though that's what he's thinking well
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    done so that was chicken shit should
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    give her a little raise well done yeah
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    yeah buy bonus cash mm-hmm he's 100 for
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    you sweetie a hundy a hundy have on D
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    with a handshake there it is
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    puts it in her bra if you don't like
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    right so I have another kind of another
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    screw eclipses Democrats demanding of
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    the Republicans meanwhile Democratic
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    freshmen members of the House March to
  • 17:59
    the Senate side of the Capitol this
  • 18:01
    afternoon they demanded that Republicans
  • 18:03
    passed bills to reopen the government I
  • 18:06
    demand it these are the new the new
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    freshmen oh hey oh she's from AOC as
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    well going over to the Senate do they
  • 18:16
    know how the system works at all well
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    you know you got to hand it to him for
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    trying some stuff out there's nothing
  • 18:24
    that's not a big problem Mitch McConnell
  • 18:29
    hmm you'll just follow me round hey get
  • 18:34
    back to your own house really yeah
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    now do you know any other of the the
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    freshmen all Democrats I presume who are
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    over there I think there's a a
  • 18:46
    Republican no I mean there's the three
  • 18:50
    to move Muslim women that are all very
  • 18:53
    vocal yeah and a OC is about it I only
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    know about the de for those four well
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    yeah I think it was an email thread that
  • 19:05
    you or I were on and one of our
  • 19:06
    producers said you know the people that
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    that that brought her to light AOC that
  • 19:13
    is oh yes this is a good story you
  • 19:15
    should read it yeah it's well I'd looked
  • 19:17
    I looked them up it's the Justice
  • 19:19
    Democrats yeah and I looked at this
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    outfit now there are two justice
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    Democrats dot-com yeah we're talking
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    about AOC here and they say right off
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    the bat our mission is to elect a new
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    type of Democratic majority in Congress
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    one which will create a thriving economy
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    and democracy that works for the people
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    not big-money interests and you know
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    it's really the only it is a political
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    action campaign so and it's a federal
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    pact so they they limit how much you can
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    donate to them they only did about two
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    million dollars in that's that's kind of
  • 19:55
    what they have in that look at the form
  • 19:58
    990 you can only donate up to five
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    thousand dollars but it's clearly some
  • 20:02
    form of group I gotta say not a lot of
  • 20:05
    familiar names in here you know from
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    people who were running the joint the
  • 20:12
    people who are familiar all these new
  • 20:14
    Democrats that got elected so apparently
  • 20:16
    this justice Democrats is the outfit
  • 20:19
    behind Alexandria Ocasio Cortez and I
  • 20:23
    actually have a clip from when they were
  • 20:25
    recruiting her a sec yeah so before she
  • 20:30
    was known as AOC this is the caption of
  • 20:33
    this video it's from from justice
  • 20:35
    Democrats before Alexandra was known
  • 20:37
    around the world as AOC there was a
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    movement that recruited
  • 20:40
    to run is he called out of very potent
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    crossroads in my life like you hadn't
  • 20:46
    thought about running for office
  • 20:47
    anything no no you got to do something I
  • 20:50
    knew that I had to do something we would
  • 20:53
    try to call up folks that were like
  • 20:54
    doing all kinds of amazing stuff right
  • 20:58
    every conversation would have a very
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    awkward pitch at the end oh it's so
  • 21:02
    great you're like saving lives you're
  • 21:03
    fixing stuff in your community and so do
  • 21:05
    you want to we are not treating climate
  • 21:11
    change as though the world is going to
  • 21:13
    end in ten years
  • 21:14
    it's great that everyone thinks these
  • 21:16
    issues are important we need to make
  • 21:19
    them urgent what is happening in the
  • 21:22
    halls of Congress is deeply
  • 21:23
    unrepresentative of what is happening in
  • 21:26
    the streets of everyday life right now
  • 21:28
    with this administration with the role
  • 21:30
    of money in politics we need to put
  • 21:33
    ourselves on the line for this it's
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    [Music]
  • 21:42
    Cortes I love it when you abuse your
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    children that is violet violet is eight
  • 21:54
    years old she blogs the violet she
  • 21:57
    belongs to Carter and she said yeah dad
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    I'll do that for you but only if I can
  • 22:05
    do one about Alex Jones too because
  • 22:07
    apparently she hates when her dad is
  • 22:11
    listening to him that's what we need
  • 22:18
    from no agenda kitty Oscar yeah we need
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    to redo we need the same just well well
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    done though on the pronunciation of
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    Alexandria Ocasio Cortez that's good for
  • 22:38
    an eight-year-old that's very good it's
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    fantastic anyway so this justice
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    Democrats went through the email that
  • 22:47
    put us on this has his notes he said
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    that they that chunk was part of this
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    yes the Young Turks I can find no
  • 22:54
    evidence of that in there in the you
  • 22:59
    know in their documentation what I do
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    know see we we can't look at their
  • 23:04
    platform which is completely a o'seas
  • 23:06
    platform green new deal living wage
  • 23:09
    federal jobs guarantee
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    be building our crumbling infrastructure
  • 23:13
    block bad trade deals and tax dodging
  • 23:16
    and loopholes and unnecessary Wars and
  • 23:18
    nation-building some of this I'm bored
  • 23:20
    with by the way Medicare for all they
  • 23:24
    mean well I'd like to stop unnecessary
  • 23:27
    wars and block bad trade deals yeah I
  • 23:30
    mean on that there's nothing wrong with
  • 23:31
    that
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    see how would you be bored then see I
  • 23:35
    look what you said you're bored with oh
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    you're on board on board not the way
  • 23:40
    they said you're bored with it now on
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    board tuition free public colleges and
  • 23:45
    trade schools well I'm okay with that
  • 23:49
    defend and expand Social Security
  • 23:51
    Medicare Medicaid it's too broad insure
  • 23:53
    paid vacation time sick time family
  • 23:56
    leave child care fight for racial
  • 23:58
    justice rather protect women's rights
  • 24:00
    combat homelessness law enforcement
  • 24:02
    reform okay and that common-sense gun
  • 24:04
    regulation voting rights now there's a
  • 24:06
    lot in here I like these new Democrats I
  • 24:09
    think they're malleable I don't think so
  • 24:13
    I mean for the green New Deal the only
  • 24:16
    thing that they that the the aoc Dems
  • 24:19
    have to be convinced of is that and it's
  • 24:23
    not that hard actually the true solution
  • 24:27
    is nuclear energy and you know why
  • 24:30
    everyone's been made so afraid of
  • 24:31
    nuclear energy it's because of those
  • 24:33
    people you hate the big oil people have
  • 24:36
    been creating anti-nuke propaganda for
  • 24:39
    that's it you're dead guys I know what
  • 24:42
    you mean by malleable yes Dec who think
  • 24:45
    that you could use that that logic
  • 24:49
    mm-hmm yes I do to persuade them and
  • 24:53
    change their minds yes and I'm calling
  • 24:54
    it because I'm feeling it and I'm seeing
  • 24:56
    it there is a convo happening let's see
  • 24:59
    if the convo I got to talk in their
  • 25:01
    language man cuz it's cool yeah I dig it
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    so we got to change the regs so let's
  • 25:06
    have a convo about that I'm seeing it
  • 25:10
    I'm seeing people looking at this well
  • 25:13
    this really is a solution and I think
  • 25:17
    yes I think that they may be open to
  • 25:20
    some logic I will try and present it to
  • 25:23
    Alexandria when
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    visits Austin as a keynote speaker at
  • 25:27
    South by Southwest in March god I know
  • 25:33
    isn't that great deconstruct your own
  • 25:38
    logic all right I'm gonna go with the
  • 25:42
    logic and and assume that the Alaia
  • 25:44
    logic is actually true so what you're
  • 25:46
    saying you can fight the giant oil
  • 25:51
    companies all by yourself me and maybe
  • 25:56
    one or two of these Stooges no no wait
  • 26:01
    stop I get to respond odd up no but we
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    could get it started and it's exactly a
  • 26:09
    person like a OC who could at least
  • 26:11
    break through for this one this one this
  • 26:14
    information piece of the argument you
  • 26:19
    don't even let me finish my argument
  • 26:21
    don't worry okay we'll finish no I yield
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    she is gonna be shouted down if she even
  • 26:28
    tries she gotta down by the same dipshit
  • 26:31
    said you know it would be great for the
  • 26:34
    show so I'm for the show isn't
  • 26:38
    everything ultimately about the show
  • 26:40
    let's be honest I think so and I think
  • 26:42
    that what's Pelosi has put her on the
  • 26:46
    financial committee under under aunty
  • 26:51
    Maxine so I I'm sure they'll get along
  • 27:05
    fabulously those there's a number of
  • 27:11
    bills if who was the billionaire
  • 27:14
    publisher of zip Davis and during his
  • 27:17
    heyday before he died he was one of
  • 27:20
    these guys and he would every once in a
  • 27:23
    while he would somebody told me they
  • 27:25
    deconstructed his his his executive
  • 27:28
    moves and told me about this and the guy
  • 27:30
    who did that was accurate about pretty
  • 27:32
    much everything SIF would like to say
  • 27:35
    say you know I think these two guys hate
  • 27:37
    each other
  • 27:37
    I'll make him as
  • 27:39
    and publish it to the other guy let's
  • 27:43
    see what happens the way it was
  • 27:46
    described to me is that you get these
  • 27:48
    people that at the billionaire level
  • 27:50
    where they really don't need any money
  • 27:51
    they don't even care if they burned down
  • 27:53
    house just fun to mess with people they
  • 27:56
    just like to hey let's see what happens
  • 27:57
    if we put these two guys together so
  • 28:00
    that's what Nancy's doing it's a great
  • 28:03
    idea it is well a OSI is definitely here
  • 28:07
    to stay for a while and I'm enjoying her
  • 28:10
    I'm enjoying her very much and maybe we
  • 28:15
    can get some maybe we can at least get
  • 28:16
    some new focus for a nuclear maybe well
  • 28:20
    that would you could pull that off that
  • 28:22
    give you kudos if I can pull it off my
  • 28:24
    snot yeah you're the one who says you're
  • 28:26
    gonna go talk to her
  • 28:27
    god I was just just using that Elaine
  • 28:30
    shit no I'm gonna actually go up to her
  • 28:33
    hey excuse me from the No Agenda Show
  • 28:35
    podcast come ask you a question no I'm
  • 28:38
    gonna do that but I'm telling you this
  • 28:42
    will be a topic of conversation let's
  • 28:45
    see if she's really pure then she will
  • 28:48
    at least want to look into it she won't
  • 28:53
    she won't do it
  • 28:54
    she's already brainwashed all right all
  • 28:56
    righty okay that ends that now stick
  • 29:03
    with your guns on this one man I think
  • 29:05
    the ideas sound and the logic is good
  • 29:07
    but I'm just saying I don't think these
  • 29:08
    people have they're not that bright yes
  • 29:11
    we know your stance on her I'm giving
  • 29:13
    her a little more benefit of the doubt
  • 29:16
    so we had the breakfast with the brexit
  • 29:19
    to fail we had breakfast we had the
  • 29:22
    breakfast actually the truth wants to
  • 29:25
    come out on Tuesday this was the BBC
  • 29:29
    headline news published a letter with
  • 29:34
    further reassurances about the draft
  • 29:37
    brexit deal that would be put before
  • 29:38
    Britain's Parliament in Tuesday in a
  • 29:41
    crucial vote the withdrawal defeat is
  • 29:43
    facing but the were strong dealers they
  • 29:45
    seemed asleep withdrawal defeat okay
  • 29:50
    alright BBC
  • 29:51
    little too early on the script let's
  • 29:58
    just discuss it for a moment this was
  • 30:00
    really quite interesting and what did
  • 30:02
    you watch to follow it would I watch it
  • 30:06
    were you watching it live I was
  • 30:07
    following this live on on Sky News on
  • 30:10
    Pluto oh I was following it live on
  • 30:12
    c-span which was the BBC feed ok so I
  • 30:15
    the sky which was was kind of fun and
  • 30:17
    yet BBC interesting yeah yeah she spent
  • 30:21
    had a really good coverage of this thing
  • 30:24
    hey let's start with the vote which was
  • 30:26
    overwhelmingly rejecting does Mays
  • 30:32
    horrible proposal this brexit the noes
  • 30:35
    have it the vote the and wait for the
  • 30:41
    audible gasp eyes to the right 202 no to
  • 30:47
    the left
  • 30:49
    432
  • 30:50
    [Applause]
  • 30:57
    I love that
  • 31:03
    apparently the BBC guys had give all
  • 31:06
    this little details about for example
  • 31:08
    the ones on the left of the one they
  • 31:09
    move them to left to right
  • 31:11
    oh yeah eyes on the right the right is
  • 31:14
    the loser yes the left is the winner ah
  • 31:17
    yes to the left is always the higher
  • 31:20
    vote so you read the right first in the
  • 31:22
    left now a couple of other things I
  • 31:31
    didn't know how for one thing there's
  • 31:32
    only four hundred and some seats in the
  • 31:34
    parliament in the House of Commons yeah
  • 31:37
    and there's over 650 about 600 member
  • 31:40
    650 members yes so where did the rest of
  • 31:43
    they'll go yeah the the math looked a
  • 31:46
    little off to me to explain to the BBC
  • 31:50
    they have some expert ditch explaining
  • 31:53
    every little thing and they just don't
  • 31:56
    have to place it that's it so when they
  • 31:59
    have a big event where everybody wants
  • 32:00
    to come and watch they just packed the
  • 32:02
    aisles they sit on the floor they're all
  • 32:04
    over the place huh I didn't know that
  • 32:07
    because half the time is empty anyway so
  • 32:10
    you wouldn't expect this seems kind of
  • 32:11
    disorderly very disorderly but when you
  • 32:15
    here for example I have a good just a
  • 32:17
    sound bite this is the eye so this is
  • 32:19
    where they have a yes and a no of what
  • 32:21
    we do I buy all in favor say aye all
  • 32:25
    opposed say no mmm-hmm this is the no
  • 32:28
    vote in one of these one of the
  • 32:30
    amendments yeah for one of the
  • 32:32
    amendments this the noes have it voice
  • 32:34
    vote I so no
  • 32:36
    [Applause]
  • 32:43
    I think they I think the nose habit
  • 32:47
    hey how about some electronic voting
  • 32:50
    over there they're working on it never
  • 32:53
    told that to now the nose thing to see
  • 32:56
    people don't just yell know they yell no
  • 32:58
    no no double voting doesn't sound right
  • 33:03
    this this it's just wrong man no no no
  • 33:05
    no three votes you can't vote three
  • 33:07
    times yeah and then so they had so I
  • 33:12
    have one clip well anyway we these are
  • 33:15
    just incidental clips let's play the one
  • 33:17
    where this is the next day when they're
  • 33:21
    just writing that before they took to
  • 33:23
    have no confidence vote which she won
  • 33:25
    the next day they their everyone's
  • 33:27
    writing her for being the biggest loss
  • 33:29
    in the history of ever ever loser the
  • 33:33
    capital L lose our yeah so here's the
  • 33:35
    note this is the UK fends off Corbin on
  • 33:38
    Wednesdays kind of fun more taxes more
  • 33:41
    spending fewer jobs
  • 33:43
    [Applause]
  • 33:47
    Thank You mr. speaker thank you may I
  • 33:50
    start by correcting the record last
  • 33:52
    night I suggested this was the largest
  • 33:54
    government defeat since the 1920s
  • 33:57
    I would not wish to be accused of
  • 33:59
    misleading the house since been informed
  • 34:04
    that is in fact the largest ever defeat
  • 34:07
    for a government in the history of our
  • 34:09
    democracy
  • 34:15
    mr. speaker shortly after the Prime
  • 34:19
    Minister made her point of order last
  • 34:21
    night her spokesperson suggested the
  • 34:24
    government had ruled out any form of
  • 34:26
    customs union with the European Union as
  • 34:29
    part of her reaching out exercise can
  • 34:31
    the Prime Minister confirm that's the
  • 34:33
    case the exercise that I indicated last
  • 34:37
    night is as I said about listening to
  • 34:40
    the views of the house about wanting to
  • 34:42
    understand the views of parliamentarians
  • 34:43
    so that we can identify what could
  • 34:46
    command the support of this house and
  • 34:49
    deliver on the referendum and what the
  • 34:52
    government wants to do is first of all
  • 34:54
    to ensure that we deliver on the result
  • 34:56
    of the referendum that's leaving the
  • 34:57
    European Union and we want to do it in a
  • 35:00
    way that ensures we respect the votes of
  • 35:02
    those who voted to leave in that
  • 35:04
    referendum that means ending free
  • 35:06
    movement it means getting a fair a deal
  • 35:08
    for farmers and fishermen it means it
  • 35:11
    means opening up new opportunities to
  • 35:13
    trade with the rest of the world and it
  • 35:15
    means keeping good ties with our
  • 35:16
    neighbors in Europe my question was
  • 35:20
    about the customs union the Prime
  • 35:23
    Minister seems to be in denial about
  • 35:25
    that just as much as she's in denial
  • 35:27
    about the decision made by the house
  • 35:29
    last night just to break it up for a
  • 35:32
    second from what I understand if there
  • 35:35
    is a No Deal brexit it's not like that's
  • 35:38
    and you know the repo man or something
  • 35:43
    then I believe there's a default trade
  • 35:47
    deal which is what they call the WTO
  • 35:50
    rules yeah they go to the WTO which they
  • 35:53
    have with other countries already WTO so
  • 35:56
    we do we're WTO yeah they're well
  • 35:58
    established so there is something in
  • 36:00
    place it may not be optimal or ideal but
  • 36:03
    it's not like there's nothing and
  • 36:04
    there's established infrastructures
  • 36:06
    another thing I keep hearing off just
  • 36:09
    just the technology alone what we'll
  • 36:12
    have to do to change if we have
  • 36:13
    different customs agreements or the
  • 36:16
    forums or I was gonna be horrible sounds
  • 36:18
    like a money bonanza to me but okay so
  • 36:21
    yeah WTO rules so there is a way to deal
  • 36:24
    with that I understand the big
  • 36:26
    secretary told business leaders on a
  • 36:28
    conference call last night we can't have
  • 36:31
    no deal for all the reasons you've set
  • 36:34
    out can the Prime Minister now reassure
  • 36:37
    the house businesses and the country and
  • 36:39
    confirm that is indeed the government's
  • 36:41
    position that we can't have no deal we
  • 36:46
    can't have no deal is that grammatically
  • 36:49
    correct because no deal stands alone is
  • 36:56
    kind of a phrase then I was saying we
  • 36:58
    can't have a no deal that doesn't mean
  • 37:01
    it's making the right right good point
  • 37:03
    yeah it's not that important made
  • 37:05
    previously is if you don't want to have
  • 37:07
    no deal you have to ensure that you have
  • 37:09
    a deal now I will give this if you this
  • 37:14
    is great this is new speak if you don't
  • 37:17
    have no deal you gotta make sure you got
  • 37:19
    a deal what has made previously is that
  • 37:22
    if you don't want to have no deal you
  • 37:24
    have to ensure that you have a deal now
  • 37:25
    if you don't want to have no deal you
  • 37:28
    got ensure that you got a deal get it
  • 37:29
    got it good I will get this
  • 37:34
    I will Howie Mandel should come in do
  • 37:37
    Deal or No Deal
  • 37:39
    horrible gentlemen there are actually
  • 37:41
    two ways of avoiding No Deal the first
  • 37:44
    is to agree a deal and would be to
  • 37:47
    revoke article 50 in the European Union
  • 37:55
    the result of the referendum government
  • 38:02
    will not oh please Teresa we all know
  • 38:06
    it's headed toward that we've been
  • 38:09
    predicting this for how many years three
  • 38:13
    since the beginning it's almost three
  • 38:15
    now says the vote here is years ago and
  • 38:19
    the reason moving on three and this is
  • 38:20
    easy to predict because this is how the
  • 38:22
    European Union in the New World Order
  • 38:25
    the liberal world order does its
  • 38:27
    business we don't like your decision so
  • 38:30
    we're just gonna have a do-over they did
  • 38:31
    it with the Lisbon Treaty with the
  • 38:33
    Netherlands with France with Ireland do
  • 38:36
    overs vote again shut up all good but we
  • 38:40
    know where it's headed here's Nigel
  • 38:41
    Faraj the law is very clear 500 MPs
  • 38:44
    voted to trigger article 50 which said
  • 38:46
    we leave with a referral agreement or
  • 38:48
    failing that we leave on March the 29th
  • 38:50
    that was backed up of course by you know
  • 38:52
    an act of Parliament so logically
  • 38:54
    legally what should happen is we should
  • 38:56
    leave on WTO terms so there is some
  • 38:59
    faint hope I suppose for brexit ears the
  • 39:02
    reality of course is that our political
  • 39:04
    class in Westminster aided and abetted
  • 39:06
    by their friends here in Brussels must
  • 39:09
    fear Barnea particularly have been doing
  • 39:11
    their best to overturn this result from
  • 39:13
    day one what do I expect to see a
  • 39:16
    stalemate followed by an extension of
  • 39:18
    article 50 and you're right there will
  • 39:20
    be a push for a second referendum in
  • 39:22
    Westminster but not out in the country
  • 39:25
    where interestingly that you got poll
  • 39:27
    yesterday showed only 8% of people have
  • 39:30
    a second referendum as their first
  • 39:32
    choice so I think and I fear that we are
  • 39:35
    headed on a path towards delay and
  • 39:37
    probably yes a second vote there you go
  • 39:40
    well they've packaged in little
  • 39:43
    differently and I was hoping that he
  • 39:44
    would have mentioned that the new
  • 39:45
    phraseology ah well I do
  • 39:47
    have Amin in Parliament European
  • 39:50
    Parliament I didn't no no that's just
  • 39:52
    slamming people there but I'd love to
  • 39:54
    hear that first before I play my two
  • 39:55
    clips for the Europe's the 500 MPs voted
  • 39:59
    for article 50 which of course makes
  • 40:02
    very clear that there are two years in
  • 40:05
    which the negotiated withdrawal
  • 40:07
    agreement or we just leave and that was
  • 40:11
    backed up of course by the act of
  • 40:14
    Parliament the withdrawal act which once
  • 40:16
    again says unconditionally we leave on
  • 40:19
    the 29th of March now mr. president you
  • 40:22
    say there's no support for no deal but
  • 40:25
    then you all thought there was no
  • 40:26
    support for brexit in the first place
  • 40:28
    you might be surprised how quickly
  • 40:30
    public opinion is changing
  • 40:32
    mr. timmermans you say this would cause
  • 40:34
    great harm but if we leave on No Deal if
  • 40:37
    we stick to the law as it is we become
  • 40:39
    an independent country and I would say
  • 40:41
    to you what price freedom I'll be the
  • 40:47
    first to admit I doubt this will happen
  • 40:51
    because working in cahoots with you we
  • 40:54
    have Mr Blair and many other leaders of
  • 40:56
    the British establishment who treat the
  • 40:58
    brexit votes and treat voters in general
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    with total and asseh contempt and there
  • 41:03
    is a great tradition here isn't there
  • 41:04
    you we've seen it with Denmark and with
  • 41:06
    Ireland you make people vote again all I
  • 41:09
    can say is if we finish up with an
  • 41:13
    extension of article 50 we may well
  • 41:17
    finish up fighting the next set of
  • 41:19
    European elections and we will fight
  • 41:22
    them and if the betrayal becomes
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    complete and we are forced to vote in a
  • 41:27
    second referendum you may be in for a
  • 41:29
    big surprise the British may be a very
  • 41:32
    Placid people very laid-back class I
  • 41:34
    promise you they get pushed too far it's
  • 41:37
    a lion that will roar we will be even
  • 41:40
    more defiant if we have to fight a
  • 41:42
    second referendum and we'll win it by a
  • 41:45
    bigger majority
  • 41:47
    a smattering of applause he's describing
  • 41:54
    the British that have seemed to all
  • 41:56
    perished after World War two from old
  • 41:59
    age a lot of Brits if you listen these
  • 42:02
    guys on the street it's none of these
  • 42:04
    guys know okay and they like the word
  • 42:09
    now the thing that's being overlooked
  • 42:11
    here is that they've decided the smart
  • 42:13
    money on the side of stay the lever
  • 42:15
    there remain errs have just kind of
  • 42:18
    redefined things they don't want a new
  • 42:20
    referendum they don't want a new
  • 42:21
    referendum they want a people's vote oh
  • 42:25
    this is that's the packaging oh okay of
  • 42:31
    course the ones behind it to most cuz
  • 42:33
    the Scots who are probably completely
  • 42:36
    oblivious to the fact that they'd be
  • 42:38
    exploited to death because they have all
  • 42:39
    the oil which is UK but the Riu would
  • 42:42
    love to get a hold of it the Scots are
  • 42:45
    behind us they're a bunch of I think
  • 42:47
    it's just a traitorous Bunch I don't
  • 42:49
    even know why they're in the UK or why
  • 42:51
    the British tolerate them but you can
  • 42:53
    hear us the Scottish independent guys
  • 42:55
    and all the rest in the in Parliament
  • 42:56
    yeah got a you got a lot of floor time
  • 42:58
    you got a lot of floor time this guy did
  • 43:02
    well this is the guy what this is wanted
  • 43:04
    there's Angus is no longer there and he
  • 43:07
    did the original Angus and he's he's the
  • 43:09
    guy you said he was the best of this
  • 43:11
    group but the I got brexit Scots bring
  • 43:14
    up people's vote one more the de
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    ciências because I mentioned it is clear
  • 43:26
    the clock is ticking the government
  • 43:29
    needs to secure the safety of all our
  • 43:31
    nation's and should immediately respond
  • 43:35
    the article 50 process
  • 43:38
    immediately have talks with all the
  • 43:41
    leaders of the opposition parties less
  • 43:43
    work together in all our interests but
  • 43:47
    let's listen to the voices of the
  • 43:48
    parliamentarians that have been sent
  • 43:50
    here there is no support for this deal
  • 43:52
    it must come back again
  • 43:54
    the obvious thing to do the right thing
  • 43:55
    to do suspend article 52 the people is
  • 44:03
    their people's vote this may be
  • 44:05
    something this may be it
  • 44:06
    this is a different kind of deal than a
  • 44:08
    referendum it's for what I can tell it's
  • 44:15
    just a repackaging of the referendum but
  • 44:18
    the idea is that since pranic screwed up
  • 44:21
    the thing to begin with that we should
  • 44:23
    have that the people decide let them
  • 44:25
    vote should we do should we even leave
  • 44:27
    and yeah and they're thinking there
  • 44:29
    maybe should be two items on the ballot
  • 44:31
    one of them which is a redo of the
  • 44:33
    referendum and the other one is some
  • 44:36
    some lame things but these these are the
  • 44:38
    remainders who want the people's vote
  • 44:40
    correct yeah yes Stuart is as a member
  • 44:44
    of this group
  • 44:45
    yeah we're surprised me it looks like
  • 44:47
    the type he lives in the United States
  • 44:49
    makes his money here and he doesn't care
  • 44:50
    what happens to the UK brexit labour and
  • 44:53
    the people's vote too there's a
  • 44:54
    different member of parliament to make
  • 44:58
    sure that we can give the people of this
  • 45:00
    country a stay on this deal to resolve
  • 45:02
    this matter it is a mess that needs to
  • 45:04
    be resolved by the people in a people
  • 45:05
    vote this is crazy
  • 45:07
    and are people just buying this all okay
  • 45:10
    that's not the same as it do over that's
  • 45:12
    the people's vote it's different yeah
  • 45:14
    that's what this scheme is huh good
  • 45:16
    catch
  • 45:17
    yeah I'm not sure how they're gonna get
  • 45:19
    away with it maybe so far they're not
  • 45:22
    getting away with it but well is it it's
  • 45:24
    just a move it's a movement it's a
  • 45:26
    movement as yes getting traction now I'm
  • 45:29
    hearing it more and more people's vote I
  • 45:30
    like I like the term if you ask
  • 45:34
    Gerard Battin the current leader of the
  • 45:37
    UK independent party that won't happen
  • 45:40
    for the European nations and freedom
  • 45:41
    group the floor now goes to mr. button
  • 45:44
    mr. president we've seen two and a half
  • 45:46
    years of an elaborate political sure are
  • 45:50
    roaaar based on an entirely false
  • 45:52
    premise which is that you can't leave
  • 45:54
    the European Union without a deal there
  • 45:58
    never was going to be a deal there never
  • 46:00
    is going to be a deal we seen mrs. Mae
  • 46:03
    and her emissaries go back and forward
  • 46:05
    to Brussels in order to reach a
  • 46:07
    withdrawal agreement that nobody wants
  • 46:09
    the remainders don't want it because
  • 46:11
    they don't want to leave the levers
  • 46:13
    don't want it because under it we don't
  • 46:16
    really leave and what is the purpose of
  • 46:18
    it all which has now been extended it is
  • 46:21
    to where the British people down to the
  • 46:23
    extent where they accept defeat and
  • 46:25
    surrender and the result of the
  • 46:27
    referendum is overturned well for not
  • 46:31
    for the first time I found myself
  • 46:32
    agreeing with something that mr. vataj
  • 46:34
    that said he said how to break the
  • 46:37
    deadlock in the British Parliament we
  • 46:39
    need a majority in favour of something
  • 46:41
    absolutely right mr. hofstadt and in
  • 46:44
    three days mrs. Mae has to come up with
  • 46:47
    a plan B well the good news is there is
  • 46:50
    a plan B which should have been plan a
  • 46:52
    in the first place which is to repeal
  • 46:54
    the 1972 European communities act leave
  • 46:57
    the European Union under our law and
  • 46:59
    then to tell you how we're going to
  • 47:01
    repeal and amend 45 years and tens and
  • 47:05
    tens of thousands of bits live
  • 47:07
    legislation under our priorities and in
  • 47:10
    our timescales
  • 47:12
    now mrs. Mae should immediately resign
  • 47:15
    and hand over to somebody who can become
  • 47:18
    Prime Minister who actually really does
  • 47:20
    want to leave the European Union and
  • 47:24
    Parliament the British Parliament has
  • 47:26
    the opportunity to redeem itself if it
  • 47:30
    betrays the result of the referendum
  • 47:31
    then it will destroy what remaining
  • 47:34
    belief or faith there is in our
  • 47:36
    democratic system which isn't very high
  • 47:39
    to start with but they can turn things
  • 47:41
    around if they want to they can take the
  • 47:44
    initiative they can stop asking you how
  • 47:47
    we can leave and they can start telling
  • 47:49
    you how we're going to leave and I can
  • 47:51
    tell you that the British people will
  • 47:53
    never surrender like I could do mr.
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    Churchill
  • 48:00
    it is it he pulled the Churchill he
  • 48:01
    sounds like he sound like who's the
  • 48:04
    actor - ah shoot the Michael Caine
  • 48:10
    that's what he sounds like Michael Caine
  • 48:12
    bit practic system which isn't very high
  • 48:14
    yes yes if he drawled if you just draw
  • 48:17
    that out a bit longer he would be a
  • 48:18
    shoo-in for Michael Caine yeah you know
  • 48:21
    what what is what I find it interesting
  • 48:23
    and maybe this is why the NATO thing has
  • 48:25
    come up again and I went back and looked
  • 48:28
    I could not find a single conversation
  • 48:30
    discussion argument or rule or anything
  • 48:34
    even in the terms of brexit that we that
  • 48:37
    our public that concerns the military
  • 48:41
    haven't seen no debates about military
  • 48:43
    and you know we have this European Union
  • 48:47
    military Union that's kind of popping up
  • 48:50
    and it you know how do we do our single
  • 48:54
    point pro-q or - yeah there's a there's
  • 48:57
    something that it's not being discussed
  • 48:59
    and I think that for a reason and maybe
  • 49:01
    that's why Trump is is messing around
  • 49:03
    with NATO because the NATO EU I mean
  • 49:08
    that's almost synonymous yeah but we're
  • 49:11
    pretty much in control of it sure we are
  • 49:13
    that's why everyone's freaked out my
  • 49:15
    wait a minute will be an island with no
  • 49:17
    guns let's have some screwball that's
  • 49:21
    all we got what are we going to defend
  • 49:22
    ourselves on guns baby we want some yeah
  • 49:27
    chemical warfare stuff no one talks
  • 49:30
    about it no it might be something worth
  • 49:33
    bringing up if you had any way to bring
  • 49:34
    it up with besides me no no we're just
  • 49:38
    blowing in the wind my friend the this
  • 49:41
    whole thing which I do have a couple
  • 49:42
    other side clips I think we've got to
  • 49:44
    the gist of it which is that this is a
  • 49:46
    problem they got they got to figure out
  • 49:48
    mmm I don't understand why
  • 49:52
    any British person would want to be a
  • 49:54
    member of the EU because they're being
  • 49:56
    pushed around it's like you might as
  • 49:58
    well just this is like Germany's third
  • 50:00
    attempt to take over the all of Europe
  • 50:03
    yes hello they know how to do it now
  • 50:06
    yeah no bloodshed yes but it is just a
  • 50:10
    construct for Britain to believe that
  • 50:13
    they actually have to pay something and
  • 50:15
    have all these agreements to leave where
  • 50:17
    yeah they scrip we just don't want to do
  • 50:20
    it anymore we're out we're out we quit
  • 50:22
    yeah no and I love how they make fun of
  • 50:26
    us yeah we got our problems but not like
  • 50:28
    that
  • 50:29
    no they yeah that's true that's really a
  • 50:34
    problem yeah it holds their whole
  • 50:36
    existence is up for grabs
  • 50:39
    now let's listen I just want to have a
  • 50:41
    one I have one because they took it I
  • 50:43
    took an ISO out of this clip because
  • 50:46
    this guy Burke how the guy who's the
  • 50:49
    Speaker of the House mm-hmm who's got
  • 50:52
    that you know it's just a Bora he he
  • 50:57
    goes on to some woman that came by the
  • 50:59
    way like if I can see no jack he could
  • 51:02
    be the Judge Judy of the UK he would
  • 51:06
    make nuts about money fantasy just
  • 51:10
    syndicated show raking it in just the
  • 51:13
    thought yeah now apparently some woman
  • 51:17
    it came and this is the big clip by the
  • 51:19
    way I'm setting up his breakfast at the
  • 51:21
    pregnant lady mm-hmm
  • 51:23
    this woman comes in and she's pregnant
  • 51:25
    and she's about they were gonna induce
  • 51:29
    labor all these things were bad she has
  • 51:31
    gestational diabetes she's about to drop
  • 51:34
    dead but they wouldn't let her bring a
  • 51:37
    proxy in to vote by the way the way the
  • 51:40
    vote went you think that you'd think
  • 51:42
    they would have more you know ears to
  • 51:44
    the ground to know that the vote was
  • 51:46
    gonna go this way that they have to drag
  • 51:47
    this woman in to vote she because she
  • 51:49
    voted no ah and so they brought her in
  • 51:53
    and she's in a wheelchair it was just
  • 51:55
    pathetic
  • 51:56
    and she's didn't they're pregnant and
  • 51:58
    they have to rush her back to the
  • 51:59
    hospital where she came from and so they
  • 52:01
    became an a little
  • 52:04
    discussion is she with the Labour Party
  • 52:09
    there's a little discussion about this
  • 52:12
    and burka gets very involved with it and
  • 52:15
    berates everybody but in the middle of
  • 52:17
    this which I haven't I saw of a play
  • 52:19
    second he turns to some guy who was just
  • 52:21
    giving him a little just said something
  • 52:24
    and he turns to the guy and rips him
  • 52:26
    such a fast and interesting way that I
  • 52:29
    thought it was fascinating ballistas in
  • 52:30
    the whole clip baby because we have a
  • 52:35
    method of allowing those who are sick or
  • 52:37
    pregnant is disgraceful I know what the
  • 52:42
    honorable lady says and I don't cavil at
  • 52:46
    it at all I made the point yesterday I
  • 52:47
    thought the situation was lamentable I
  • 52:50
    used that word I think several times the
  • 52:52
    situation was lamentable interesting
  • 52:55
    people chattering Francis reposition to
  • 52:57
    no obvious benefit or purpose I'm ruling
  • 52:59
    on a matter on I require no assistance
  • 53:01
    in the process of doing so
  • 53:03
    the situation was lamentable I thought
  • 53:06
    it better that the Honorable lady should
  • 53:08
    have the opportunity of a proxy vote and
  • 53:12
    that was my view and it was a view
  • 53:13
    widely shared the matter was debated in
  • 53:15
    February of last year and in September I
  • 53:17
    had indicated my strong support it would
  • 53:20
    have been necessary for a resolution to
  • 53:22
    be tabled by the leader of the house for
  • 53:24
    reasons which others can explain it's
  • 53:26
    not my job to do their explaining for
  • 53:28
    them that has not happened I think it's
  • 53:30
    regrettable but it cannot be sorted
  • 53:32
    tonight I mean they've been discussing
  • 53:34
    this proxy vote in this case since
  • 53:37
    February no it did in general Oh cuz
  • 53:41
    it's come up before okay let me just
  • 53:46
    understand what is lot meant about
  • 53:48
    lamentable what exactly is the deals you
  • 53:51
    have to be able to come in unassisted
  • 53:53
    that's the only if you are not able
  • 53:56
    bodied you had no you had to be
  • 53:58
    physically present okay got it and I
  • 54:01
    also learned something when the baby
  • 54:03
    said II didn't know is that when they
  • 54:04
    make their votes you know they vote no
  • 54:08
    you is off camera yes there are two
  • 54:11
    halls the yes hall in the no hall and
  • 54:14
    you walk out if that's why they all
  • 54:16
    leave they all leave they go through the
  • 54:18
    or the no door and they go into the yes
  • 54:20
    and no door and one of the clerks are
  • 54:22
    clark's is there to count them and then
  • 54:27
    they come back I love tradition
  • 54:31
    it's an old long tradition of course the
  • 54:34
    joke is that goes through those doors
  • 54:35
    and then they're hugging each other in
  • 54:37
    the same room right behind the doors
  • 54:38
    like yes
  • 54:42
    so so he's in the middle of that he
  • 54:44
    ripped into this guy who said something
  • 54:46
    to him and I've never heard this guy
  • 54:48
    talk so fast and make such a very
  • 54:50
    interesting point even though I think he
  • 54:52
    he mumbled a little bit cuz I couldn't
  • 54:54
    fully understand what he said when he
  • 54:56
    turned to this guy and ripped off this
  • 54:58
    following phrase which is this clip of
  • 55:00
    speaker ripping heckler so I'm not
  • 55:03
    interested in people chanting for a
  • 55:04
    sedentary position to their obvious
  • 55:05
    benefit or purpose I'm ruling on the
  • 55:07
    matter and I require no assistance in
  • 55:09
    the process of doing so do you like that
  • 55:14
    huh I do like that it's like that's what
  • 55:18
    you'd like to say to your kids you child
  • 55:27
    people chattering for a sedentary
  • 55:29
    position to their obvious benefit or
  • 55:30
    purpose I'm ruling on the matter and I
  • 55:32
    require no assistance in the process of
  • 55:34
    doing so oh great hot exactly the way he
  • 55:38
    comes to a sleigh slows it down in your
  • 55:40
    ribs and then he slows it down to half
  • 55:42
    speed to slow speed guys talented he's
  • 55:47
    got talent he is telling this nothing
  • 55:49
    you can do just can't argue it the guy
  • 55:50
    has talent
  • 55:51
    he's a remainer yes hey the Yellow
  • 55:55
    Jackets those just will just move over a
  • 55:57
    little bit across the pond there now
  • 56:01
    it's it's 10:00 weekends we've had
  • 56:05
    violence continues the although I think
  • 56:11
    this is fun to talk about there's this
  • 56:14
    continuous oh we're gonna do a bank run
  • 56:16
    a bank run and the fret the yellow vests
  • 56:18
    are gonna do a bank run yeah I don't
  • 56:21
    think that's going to work here maybe in
  • 56:23
    the days of of Jimmy Stewart a bank run
  • 56:27
    was real buddy no a bank run seriously
  • 56:29
    you're gonna get you 200 euros out of
  • 56:31
    your ATM
  • 56:32
    I mean I don't see how a bank run could
  • 56:35
    bring down globalism and certainly
  • 56:37
    France but one of our producers did send
  • 56:42
    me a link to the revolutions of 1848
  • 56:45
    also known as the spring of Nations the
  • 56:48
    people spring springtime of the people's
  • 56:51
    the year of revolution was when there
  • 56:54
    were numerous political upheavals in
  • 56:57
    Europe in 1848 and you know you being
  • 56:59
    mr. cycles thought maybe you could maybe
  • 57:03
    you could as a revolutionary cycle it
  • 57:05
    was all over the world every school it
  • 57:06
    was literally oceans yeah it was it was
  • 57:08
    really huge but also a lot of defriend
  • 57:11
    but a lot of the the the factors around
  • 57:15
    that time were sound familiar some of
  • 57:19
    the major contributing factors were
  • 57:21
    widespread dissatisfaction with
  • 57:22
    political leadership demands for more
  • 57:24
    participation in government and
  • 57:25
    democracy demands for freedom of the
  • 57:27
    press demands made by working-class the
  • 57:30
    upsurge of nationalism regrouping of
  • 57:32
    established government forces middle
  • 57:35
    classes and workers tried to form
  • 57:38
    coalition's of course tens of thousands
  • 57:40
    of people were killed
  • 57:41
    yeah and serfdom I think emerged from
  • 57:46
    this time but for a while there they did
  • 57:48
    have it they did this is what Karl Marx
  • 57:51
    and these guys started to rise up around
  • 57:53
    this time yeah which we have our new
  • 57:56
    version of socialism am i taking it too
  • 57:59
    far in the revolutionary cycle I don't
  • 58:02
    know okay you know things they do cycle
  • 58:10
    in the French word pretty much in the
  • 58:12
    middle of the cycle so I don't know I
  • 58:16
    just tend to follow financial cycles so
  • 58:18
    much there's the beginning of this cycle
  • 58:20
    mmm this is I think it's just beginning
  • 58:22
    oh maybe well historically the fray I'm
  • 58:27
    rooting for him now you tell ya well
  • 58:30
    historically the French are forced to be
  • 58:32
    reckoned with and and they're not
  • 58:33
    letting up and what did McCrone say he
  • 58:35
    said oh yes yeah he came out and blasted
  • 58:38
    the French saying oh you want things
  • 58:40
    without proper a proper effort you want
  • 58:42
    to get the stuff for free
  • 58:44
    yeah hello that's exactly what the deal
  • 58:49
    is isn't that isn't aren't shouldn't he
  • 58:52
    be saying okay this is what we've always
  • 58:54
    wanted we want this New World Order give
  • 58:56
    everybody a living wage here you go shut
  • 58:59
    up stay home don't do anything isn't it
  • 59:01
    time you just say here you go
  • 59:04
    well that times are coming it is that's
  • 59:07
    why I'm saying maybe this is the moment
  • 59:09
    well maybe I don't know this is not
  • 59:14
    something I can I have not figured out
  • 59:16
    okay I think maybe just I'd be I don't
  • 59:20
    know I just have no clue no clue which
  • 59:24
    is throwing I have no clue either but if
  • 59:27
    you redo it it's in the show notes any
  • 59:28
    show knows calm take a look at the
  • 59:30
    revolutions of 1848 before I take a
  • 59:33
    break here two little quick promos we
  • 59:36
    have to meet ups on the horizon February
  • 59:39
    22nd in Des Moines Iowa happy to report
  • 59:42
    we already have 25 people signed up so
  • 59:44
    this is really yeah and then we have the
  • 59:48
    big Texas meetup on March 2nd which I
  • 59:51
    just found out also is Texas
  • 59:54
    Independence Day so it'd be a great day
  • 59:57
    to be in Austin
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    what's the deal why that is it the
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    maybe I should all cut that out no one
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    will know the difference in the morning
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    to you John see where the C stands for
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    clip it up Dvorak yeah yeah anymore you
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    much for showing up and helping us with
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    these I don't want to which is a part of
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    world from climate change by feeding
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    bugs to our dogs it's a start to people
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    you can't deny it's a start so this is
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    the first time in 11 years that you have
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    played that intro for the first segment
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    no second time oh yeah not to ruin my
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    whole bit yes it's the first time ever
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    Nazz ok I did it not too long ago no and
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    I know why - its I got excited that's
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    why I was excited about that you're
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    hoping you do you're wishing this show
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    is further along but and I do too
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    because we only have three associate
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    executive producers one will get bumped
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    up to executive producer yes this is the
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    rule or finding ourselves back in our
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    same old same old but let's thank these
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    guys including Michael Shane and
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    Louisville Texas who came in with 250
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    bucks and he'll be the executive
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    producer for show
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    lemonho-- 804 it's been far too long
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    too much value so I must give back
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    he needs a D douching I appreciate the
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    twice-weekly deconstruction you make my
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    commute tolerable the mixture of
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    analysis and humor and comfort on my way
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    to the office and amplifies my joy on
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    the way home hopefully I made the cutoff
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    because the show 117 is my boy day I'm
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    turning 33 damn can you please play
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    secret agent Paul's OTG jingle and can I
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    get a dose of jabs camera shit is
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    hitting the fan and any good tidings is
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    listened to the no agenda show for it
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    provides helpful tips on how to cya
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    that's John's cover your cya men all
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    right Michael CIA expert Michael from
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    Lewisville Texas hope to see you at the
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    meet up on the 2nd of March and as
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    I've never heard of this place either
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    it's a one-horse town let's put it that
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    way two hundred two dollars and two
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    at least making it through 2020 I hope
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    that the show goes past that in it as
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    any replacement I can imagine or likely
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    to be insufferable Millennials speaking
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    as one I can tell you that we haven't
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    gotten old enough to outgrow the
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    brainwashing and see through the trades
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    so for now I'd like to request a D
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    dishing for both you and Adam the new
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    exiting stage less okay he writes in
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    guys run is my favorite
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    I've decided I've gotten far more value
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    stealing
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    hmm are you stealing you stealing
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    donated no agenda not to mention the
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    value added of John reading these words
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    ah as narrator of my voice might note
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    John please sound as as sincere as
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    think that's the read he wanted the
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    whole way all the way through what he
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    wanted that sincere read all the way
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    through but you don't know that's good
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    you should put it at the beginning if
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    donators do yep okay well this is
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    thank you for the tour - OH - and then
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    make it look easy but we know it takes a
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    you yes
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    to be honest yeah we do make it look
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    easy we do that's the hardest part
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    yeah we do between 30 and 50 Clips a
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    show yeah we started with 4-0 I'm just
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    saying the preparation you know there's
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    that preparation and then you know well
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    we luckily we put it all together live
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    on the fly I cannot imagine piecing it
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    together like oK we've recorded this
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    great stuff now let's edit in the clips
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    yeah oh god no if we don't do the show
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    this show is a singular thing that very
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    few people could accomplish because it's
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    just a loop I mean the guys who came
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    closest they did all post the show is
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    post it up oh yeah three or four days to
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    get the show up yeah that's a problem
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    anyway thank you to our well now we have
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    to executive one executive producer
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    Michael Shane who gets bumped up since
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    he was the the highest associate secular
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    person to associate exec so Michael
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    Christopher Dennis thank you very much
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    for supporting this these are the very
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    valuable credits that you can use
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    anywhere credits are recognized and
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    unlike Hollywood we like to highlight
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    the producers because the producers make
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    it look easy as well and I never thanked
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    go ahead look at all the award shows you
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    tell me how many producers are thanked
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    and we'd like to do it on-screen as it
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    well I do have the clip of the day if
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    you want me to play it now you have the
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    clip of the day where I certainly have
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    the clip of the day but yet you claim to
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    have the clip of the day okay you play
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    your clip no no no no we're playing your
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    clip of the day first all right so you
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    forget the button ready well you have
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    you got a somewhat click to play before
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    I can hit anybody yeah set the clip up
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    okay this is the Berlin station clip now
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    this is a show on epics that I keep
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    trying to get you to and and and I want
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    to say Tina and I watched the first
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    episode of the first season had never
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    watched it before found it very
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    stressful that's pretty good like this
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    is stressful a little stressful it's a
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    little less stressful as it goes along
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    the second season is less stressful the
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    third season is really interesting
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    because they they've set up this thing
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    where the Russians are trying to take
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    over Estonia but it's not the Russian
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    system it's a one of the patriarchal
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    flag false flag it's worse all kinds of
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    this just cool it's very interesting and
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    so there and I think it's a great show
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    people should watch this I think ten
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    nine episodes or a year it's not that
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    big of a deal but in this particular
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    episode they're checking in with Langley
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    and the woman that's out at Berlin
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    station is having a debriefing and the
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    guy is now concerned about some super
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    spook who is now coming out of the out
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    of the woodwork from the olden days and
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    they're concerned about this and here's
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    how the dialogue goes what do you know
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    about Gilbert Dorn Gilbert Dorn same as
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    everyone
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    legend put out to pasture sawn did it
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    all during the cold war cast a pretty
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    long shadow at Berlin station he never
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    left retired in Berlin did not know that
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    let me guess he's writing a book worse
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    podcast
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    [Laughter]
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    [Music]
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    that's right the lowest pole of spycraft
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    you cannot get any lower on the ladder
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    than being an expert podcaster it's the
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    worst congratulations I feel proud yeah
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    it's pretty good well you've probably
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    heard my clip of the day but I'm always
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    bringing these things along just in case
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    this was a radio show and the radio show
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    is David Webb's radio show he's a Fox
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    News contributor and he had CNN analyst
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    Arriva Martin on his show calling in and
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    this is what happened shouldn't their
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    requirement their primary requirement
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    regardless of ethnicity regardless of
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    network be that they are capable of
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    covering politics for instance if you're
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    going to cover political campaigns
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    sports may not be the most qualified
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    background and that brings to the point
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    of if people want to get into these
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    fields regardless of color I've chosen
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    across different parts of the media
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    world done the work so that I'm
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    qualified to be in each one I never
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    considered my color the issue I
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    considered my qualifications the issue
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    well then you know that that's a whole
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    nother long conversation about white
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    privilege the things that you have the
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    privilege of doing that people of color
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    don't have the privilege of how do I
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    have the privilege of white privilege
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    David by virtue of being a white male
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    you have white privilege this whole long
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    conversation I don't have time Arriva I
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    hate to break it to you but you should
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    have been better prepped I'm black bro
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    did you hear this exchange yeah the
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    class and play the rest of this so
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    beautiful okay then I you went to white
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    privilege this is the fall suit in this
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    you went immediately with an assumption
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    your people obviously or you didn't look
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    you're talking to a black man
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    he started out in rock radio in Boston
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    who crossed the paths into hip-hop
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    rebuilding one of the greatest black
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    stations in America and went on to work
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    for Fox News where I'm told apparently
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    blacks aren't supposed to work but yet
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    you come with this assumption and you go
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    to white privilege salting it is and I
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    apologize because my people gave me
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    wrong information if they told me the
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    whole white privilege thing is inside
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    the record I want to apologize I look
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    given wrong information about you and I
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    apologized on my color you were going to
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    something that I was part of and just to
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    add to it my family background is white
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    black Indian Arawak Irish Scottish I
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    mean it's so diverse I'm like the UN
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    when it comes to this and this is part
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    of the problem with driving a narrative
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    around a construct like white privilege
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    privilege is one thing were applied
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    wealth economy various social factors
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    but not necessarily determined by color
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    of skin I think this is such a beautiful
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    example of exactly what is wrong today
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    in this social justice warrior movement
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    and white privilege and I mean literally
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    she was calling the guy out for having
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    white privilege for something he said
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    which meant that he could only have had
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    white privilege but then when it turns
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    out he's black then she actually
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    apologized says well of course you don't
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    have that I mean I don't then this just
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    puts this makes your head spin as to
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    well the fact that this has not gotten a
  • 1:15:09
    lot of I mean it's online we got some
  • 1:15:11
    social media viral a little bit of
  • 1:15:14
    attention just a little bit but really I
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    wanted to take this one step further and
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    talk about brown privilege because I
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    think I can point to that as well
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    not black brown and this comes in the
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    form well so you have all these twenty20
  • 1:15:30
    hopefuls all the hopefuls and they're
  • 1:15:34
    all doing cool stuff like a OC you know
  • 1:15:36
    hey you know we're gonna go on Instagram
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    we got to lose with Warren going on
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    Instagram we got dead OH
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    at the dentist on Instagram and
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    everyone's you know doing cool little
  • 1:15:46
    stuff and then Kamala Harris now this is
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    not exactly the same and it's part of
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    it's a joke for Stephen Colbert show
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    it's like okay when I do a little
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    Instagram thing which he couldn't
  • 1:15:59
    actually do a real Instagram but I was
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    gonna do her this is my what is it her
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    mix her her mood mix them I'm Camilla
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    Harris here's my mood mixed now what do
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    you know about camel Harris well she was
  • 1:16:18
    a DA in California very poor one by the
  • 1:16:21
    way she how about her background us
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    she's like Hawaiian she's gonna song
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    weird knocks of races no not just a mix
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    no she was raised in Canada she was born
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    in Oakland in 1964 he's a Canadian yes
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    she's not a Canadian she was raised in
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    Canada but her parents her dad is from
  • 1:16:42
    Jamaica her mom is a Tom Neal Indian she
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    is not african-american yet somehow
  • 1:16:48
    brown color skin gives her the privilege
  • 1:16:51
    to appropriate black culture ah I see
  • 1:16:54
    where you're going
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    Carla Harris and this is my mood mix
  • 1:16:59
    a song that has always made me day and
  • 1:17:02
    it's not about the songs about how she
  • 1:17:04
    speaks
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    check the rhyme of Tribe Called Quest
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    you know I'm talking about fight a song
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    from my favorite movie Purple Rain
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    by Prince and shallow by Lady gaga
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    oh yeah okay so it's supposed to be my
  • 1:17:23
    favorite song at a cookout but you don't
  • 1:17:26
    play just one song at a cookout you play
  • 1:17:28
    a lot of songs now she sounds like any
  • 1:17:31
    Beyonce fan right now I just want to say
  • 1:17:34
    it's not appropriate we're gonna talk
  • 1:17:37
    about white provision and appropriation