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1128: Tactile Nuke

Adam Curry & John C. Dvorak

2h 46m
April 11th, 2019
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Executive Producers: Sir Cal, of Lavender Blossoms, Sir Patrick Coble, Sir Veilled in FEMA REGION IV

Associate Executive Producers: Rob Romeo, William Kotter, Anonymous in Spuzzum, Christopher Charabaruk

Cover Art by Darren O'Neill

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Start of Show
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2:07
Julian Assange Arrested in London After Ecuador Withdraws Asylum
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9:15
Attorney General William Barr Suggests Intelligence Services Spied on Trump's Presidential Campaign
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19:21
Waymo Correction
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22:16
Obama Visits Berlin Without Wearing His Wedding Ring
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23:44
EU Agrees to Delay Brexit for 6 Months
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28:53
Attorney General William Barr Suggests Intelligence Services Spied on Trump's Presidential Campaign
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37:00
Morton Klein
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39:12
Eileen Hershenov on the Rise of White Nationalism
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42:22
Untitled
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44:26
Candace Owens Defends Hitler Comments
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52:58
UK Publishes White Paper with Proposals to Hold Social Media Companies Accountable
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1:02:34
Texas' Free to Believe Act
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1:04:47
Credits
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1:21:31
Producer Note: Facts Cut From Detriot Auto Show Rubella Report
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1:28:45
New York City Declares Measles Outbreak a Public Health Emergency
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1:31:59
Code-Switching
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1:38:33
Modern Monetary Theory
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1:42:39
Solar Geoengineering To Reduce Temperatures
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1:46:06
Intellectual Brilliant Jewish Teenager on Anti-Semitism
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1:54:24
The Angelic Initiative
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1:55:52
Facebook Announces Changes To Combat Misinformation in the News Feed
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2:00:34
Donations
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2:06:23
Birthdays & Title Changes
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2:08:54
Meetups
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2:10:46
No Agenda Player
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2:12:13
AC's Subscription to AMAC Magazine
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2:12:55
Rising Insulin Prices
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2:15:43
Medical Procedure Pricing
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2:18:58
Heavy Snow Storms in South Dakota
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2:20:57
C-Span Caller Calls Trump a Crook
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2:22:35
Finland
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2:23:36
Workplace Violence
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2:25:15
Job Interview Skills
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2:27:37
2020 Democrate Presidential Candidate Kirsten Gillibrand Speaks Out Against Tactile Nuclear Weapons
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2:29:02
Signing Ceremony Flub by Nancy Pelosi
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2:30:47
Steve Cohen Credits Trump Rotation to Mollie Hemingway
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2:33:25
Brussels Stops 5G Testing For Fear of Radiation Exposure
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2:33:50
5G Raises Health Concerns in Moraga, California
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2:36:57
Untitled
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2:37:56
Chinese 5G Network Uses 2.6GHz Spectrum
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2:39:34
End of Show
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    man you could have dropped a little
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    yeah the chairs become a celebrity it
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    has yeah we were talking just before the
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    show that it can do meetups it can go on
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    its own me doing meetups now featuring
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    John C Dvorak squeaky chair so we're in
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    the middle of nowhere the move is
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    underway next week Friday we move so
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    Sunday's show in a week will be from the
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    new studio so you are but you're in the
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    process of moving out a little bit at a
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    time yeah so we're we're moving because
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    we don't have that much stuff anymore
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    you'll recall the purge from the
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    previous move so yeah so that I just
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    been moving stuff over every single day
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    and then Friday the movers come but
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    here's the benefit of moving you find
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    stuff that was lost yeah it's back oh
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    you what my whistle
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    plastic whistle yeah yeah I was gonna
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    send you one yeah right cuz I got the
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    replacement which was
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    finally that's what you're looking for
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    you were gonna send me 100 chip after
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    Sunday show you and I were talking about
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    the the new cycle how it was very odd
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    and it's like well we're stuck it's you
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    know there's nothing happened it's like
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    and you I think you said the decks are
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    cleared something's gonna take place
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    yeah I still I believe that's still the
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    case
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    well I think it happened this morning
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    what happened we've got breaking news
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    right I have to tell you the pictures
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    are shocking from London today where
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    Julian Assange is long standoff with
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    international authorities Julian Assange
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    just so you know producers on Twitter
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    predicted this really because I put it
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    on Twitter that I think something's
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    gonna happen this week yeah probably
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    before the show but maybe not and then
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    he says Assange in Ecuador and I said ah
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    that sounds right fabulous well let's
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    listen to this early morning report
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    Gayle King and she talks about Julian
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    Assange I have to tell you the pictures
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    are shocking from lunch today be honest
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    on just long standoff with international
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    authorities is finally over
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    this is Julian Assange has she never
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    heard of this guy she says it twice I
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    think a third time even British police
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    removed the WikiLeaks founder from
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    Ecuador's embassy this morning clearly
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    he did not want to go he's been inside
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    since August 2012 hiding from a UK
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    arrest warrant
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    Assange his lawyer says the arrest
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    follows a US extradition request
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    WikiLeaks says Ecuador's decision to
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    allow police to arrest
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    Asajj violated international laws
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    heavily bearded and handcuffs the
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    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was
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    dragged out of the Ecuadorian Embassy by
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    British police did you see that that
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    short clip of him being dragged out just
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    before the show in the morning news oh
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    so they dragged him out literally hand
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    and feet cuz he wasn't walking and he
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    looks like shit he's got a solitary
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    confinement well sure but
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    he's got a huge white beard he looks a
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    little bit like what's Quaid's brother
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    the crazy quiet Randy Randy looks a
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    little bit like Randy Quaid with a white
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    white beard and they dragged him out man
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    they'd Retton holding his arms his legs
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    and he was not it was not my boo and
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    they were looking at the pictures now
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    shouting the UK must resist his arrest
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    is seven years in the making the 47 year
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    old had been wanted by British police
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    since 2012 when he skipped bail and
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    sought asylum at the Embassy to escape
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    extradition to Sweden on accusations of
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    rape and sexual assault Swedish
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    prosecutors dropped their investigations
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    but the WikiLeaks founder told his
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    supporters from the embassy balcony that
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    he still couldn't risk leaving
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    regardless and that's exactly what
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    happened is fear now as then is that the
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    u.s. government will request his
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    extradition on charges of espionage
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    WikiLeaks has provoked the US government
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    for more than a decade leaking troubs of
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    classified documents and videos online
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    in the 2016 presidential campaign came
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    more leaks thousands of emails hacked
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    from prominent Democrats US intelligence
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    agencies later concluded Russia had
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    delivered the data to WikiLeaks in an
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    effort to discredit Hillary Clinton a
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    charge Assange has denied I played this
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    whole clip because I think that's what
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    this is about obviously having pulling
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    Julian Assange in front of the Justice
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    getting in front of Congress or the
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    Senate or somebody important will prove
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    once and for all
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    collusion between Donald Trump and
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    Julian Assange and WikiLeaks and Russia
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    so this is either a mission from what's
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    left over of the people who perpetrated
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    perpetrator to the original hoax which
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    is mi6
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    or it could be Trump himself wanting to
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    pull them out so we can get expert
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    testimony of Hasan saying no and saying
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    it was seth rich and whatever else you
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    can get him to say well that's that's
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    asking a lot I'm just saying we don't
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    know which way is going I do not think
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    that this is what Trump is up to because
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    I don't think he can bring it I don't
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    think he can bring himself to do that
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    now this is also timing wise part of
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    what you know barbar yes of course it's
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    perfect lips are coming out and saying
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    that they were spying going on which
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    there was and everyone's all now they're
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    all aghast about this oh my god he's got
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    to take it back this can't be true and
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    that got a lot of headlines and now this
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    will this will remove that from the
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    front page and put Assange and in the
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    horrible hacking of the DNC and all the
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    rest of bring that back to the front
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    page to help promote the funny Bologna
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    Russian thesis which is you know they
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    keep it keep a ball in the air what are
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    you gonna do what else we got well you
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    know it what it provides for is what the
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    what the Machine needed the m5m machine
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    needed new fuel and now it has it now
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    now how we can talk about Assange and
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    grant Greenwald Olaf you can get on
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    everywhere and start talking it's gonna
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    be very interesting I am all to see when
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    we know it'll be fun except for one
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    thing that's a problem for us do you and
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    me yeah did we know exactly what yeah
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    well a green roller come on and then
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    berate everybody and complain that he
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    wasn't picked to go on CNBC anymore
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    MSNBC anymore which is this main
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    complaint and yeah this whole thing and
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    there was the hassanis thing's gonna be
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    rehashed and this thing is gonna be
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    rehashed also there's a there's an extra
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    benefit to this that this can push off
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    the brexit news the brexit delay now
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    there's a whole lot of people benefit
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    from this this distraction as usual
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    shall we play the attorneys what we do
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    that you want to mention looking at the
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    death in
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    oh really it really targets Chelsea
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    Manning who is currently also in jail
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    for not willing to testify right
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    interesting so it's really do by a
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    Chelsea Manning about him hacking and
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    passwords is Raj almost all about
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    Chelsea Manning is really not that
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    mm-hmm not condemning Assange as much as
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    well Chelsea Manning is the one that
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    actually stole the documents but we know
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    that that's not what this is about it's
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    about the wiki leaks of Hillary's emails
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    and blah blah blah Roger stone you can
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    bring him back in he gets to talk some
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    more smack let's go back though to the
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    news that was yesterday with probably
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    the only line that really mattered
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    mattered in the second day of Attorney
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    General Bill Barr testimony and this is
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    how it went down I am gonna be reviewing
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    both the Genesis and the conduct of
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    intelligence activities directed again
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    at the the Trump campaign during 2016 a
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    lot has already been invested a lot of
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    this has already been investigated in a
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    substantial portion of it has been
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    investigated and is being investigated
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    by the Office of Inspector General at
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    the department but one of the things I
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    want to do is pull together all the
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    information from the various
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    investigations that have gone on
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    including on the hill and in the
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    department and see if there are any
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    remaining questions to be addressed and
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    can you share with us why you feel a
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    need to do that well you know for the
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    same well for the same reason we're
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    worried about foreign influence and
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    elections we want to make sure that
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    during elect I think spying on a
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    political campaign is a big deal it's a
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    big deal
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    generation I grew up in which is the
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    Vietnam War a period you know people
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    were all concerned about spying on the
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    anti-war people and so forth now is he
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    referring to the Church Commission no no
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    no he's referring to the Vietnam War era
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    right but what washers
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    he's talking about know the FBI was
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    tagging everybody and spying on on every
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    on every dissident that was doing it if
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    you were in a Vietnam War protests they
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    would take your picture and they put a
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    dossier together this this is the stuff
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    he's talking about now but he's also
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    saying there were very specific rules
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    that were put into place
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    it's not what I was searching around it
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    wasn't really easy to find anything
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    about you know what rules were put on
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    notice period concerned about spying on
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    anti-war people and so forth by the
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    government and there were a lot of rules
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    put in place to make sure that there's
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    an adequate basis before before our law
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    enforcement agencies get involved in
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    politics and political surveillance I'm
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    not suggesting that those rules were
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    violated but I think it's important to
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    look at that and I'm not just I'm not
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    talking about the FBI necessarily but
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    intelligence agencies more broadly so
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    you're not you're not suggesting though
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    that spying occurred I don't I guess you
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    could I think there was a spying did
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    occur yes I think spying they are well
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    let me question is whether it was
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    predicated adequately predicated and I'm
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    not suggesting it wasn't adequately
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    predicated but I need to explore that I
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    think it's my obligation Congress is
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    usually very concerned about
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    intelligence agencies and law
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    enforcement agencies staying in their
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    proper lane and I want to make sure that
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    that's right stay in your lane well this
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    caused the shitstorm
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    sir do sit for here in Austin put
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    together one of our favorite little comb
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    palacios of the m5m freaking out over
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    the spying allegations when you were the
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    word spying from the Attorney General
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    what did you think and what does that
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    mean well I was very disappointed in
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    what two Attorney General Barr said
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    today about spying let me just say how
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    very very dismaying and disappointing
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    that the chief law enforcement officer
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    of our country is going off the rails
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    well I thought it was
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    most stunning and and scary this was
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    really a shameful moment for the
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    Attorney General my heart skipped a beat
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    this is a completely loaded term
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    completely false and for the Attorney
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    General to say so is a stain on his
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    reputation and that was perhaps the most
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    shocking to really have this dog whistle
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    that was audible to all species this is
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    off the rails I we can just adapt to
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    absurdity it was a shame I think today
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    to see Bill Barr one of our nation's
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    most respected lawyers a 2-time Attorney
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    General turn in his tortoiseshell
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    glasses for a tinfoil hat you know the
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    term spying has all kinds of negative
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    connotations but for the Attorney
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    General to imply or to say that there
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    was spying domestically he knows the
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    language very well and he knows the
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    terminology I have to believe he chose
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    that term deliberately the rats are
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    starting to scatter well it it's even
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    funnier in context of this is short of
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    playing you remember it was in May of
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    2018 when Trump came out and said hey
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    they were spying on me here was a 20-17
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    wasn't it this is 15 minutes 18 or 17
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    may been 17 well here's another quick
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    compa Lodge what we've seen and heard
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    from the president in the past five days
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    maybe the biggest lie of all repeatedly
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    and with no facts to back him up making
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    the outrageous claim that the so-called
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    deep state spied on his campaign this
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    phony baloneys story about a spy in the
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    campaign to call them a conspiracy
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    theory is to give them too much credit
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    the notion that somehow the FBI
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    implanted planted someone inside the
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    campaign to spy on the campaign is just
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    not true this unproven narrative of a
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    spy being placed inside his campaign did
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    the intelligence community spy on
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    President Trump in his campaign no we
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    did not mention a couple of details sir
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    before we yes so people can be reminded
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    Mike Rogers who was headed
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    heading up the NSA right after Trump got
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    in I came over to Trump's offices and
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    told him about this stuff mm-hmm
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    and clued him in and then mike is not
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    there anymore he retired but he was like
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    a big you know he thought this was bad
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    and he told Trump all about and that's
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    where Trump got all this information
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    yeah and then Rogers you know kind of
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    like it's about a year lady was out but
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    it wasn't unfounded or you know without
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    and it's been in the public domain this
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    idea of spying so so the fact that all
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    these Democrats are all bent out of
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    shape about it now this bar says it may
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    have happened yeah which if we get to
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    believe the stories about Mike Rogers
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    coming over from the NSA and mentioning
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    it we know this has been happening so
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    these people we have two we have two
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    groups that are fighting this one is the
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    group that's going to be nailed for
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    violation of various laws clapper being
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    at the top of the list and Hmong others
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    and then the Democrats themselves the
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    polo season and Schumer's who believe
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    that this is going to hurt their chances
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    in 2020 which it will yeah so we have
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    two groups very much against even using
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    the word spying well it's very weighted
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    term oh it's not what better word spying
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    oh my god they're using a buzz term it's
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    a dog whistle that all all dogs can hear
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    all breeds all breeds of dogs can hear
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    that one well there's more fun stuff
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    that it hasn't really well for obvious
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    reasons hasn't really made the top of
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    the m5n newly obtained a paternal
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    internal message from Platte River
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    networks that's the company that ran
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    Hillary Clinton's private email server
  • 17:09
    have shown some interesting things email
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    from February 2016 identified Platte
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    River networks official
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    the question came in I'm kind of
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    freaking about out about gresham
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    thoughts on what to do with name
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    redacted the official responded it's all
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    part of the Hillary coverup operation
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    I'll have to tell you about it at the
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    party
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    smile emoji that's never good
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    that's never good
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    you know the other funny thing about
  • 17:45
    this everybody being a gas and calling
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    spying a buzzword and it you know a dog
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    whistle and a they picked that word
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    carefully and all the rest is that if we
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    remember when Snowden showed up it
  • 18:01
    became apparent that there was nothing
  • 18:02
    but spying going on every which way
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    yes on the American citizens on the
  • 18:07
    American people and so now this is all
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    of a sudden unbelievable he's bars off
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    the rails
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    he's swab his tortoiseshell rimmed
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    glasses for a tinfoil hat how does how
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    do we go from the Snowden revelations
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    about just general spying to bar going
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    off the rails it just these people are
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    unbelievable and the m5m is the problem
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    yeah I mean they're it's the m5m should
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    be ashamed of itself I was especially
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    when they're the ones who are like they
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    kind of got a kick out of the Snowden
  • 18:45
    this stuff yeah they should be ashamed
  • 18:47
    in ourselves about Assange Oh Julian
  • 18:49
    because you know this guy is a
  • 18:51
    journalist apparently they're not well
  • 18:54
    that's what it'll come down to is he is
  • 18:57
    wiki is wiki leaks of journalistic
  • 18:59
    organization which of course you know
  • 19:01
    will it goes into First Amendment stuff
  • 19:05
    and it makes no sense the the theft of
  • 19:08
    the documents is chelsea manning than
  • 19:10
    bradley manning when it occurred and
  • 19:13
    wonder if that chelsea could say that
  • 19:15
    wasn't me i have a correction to make
  • 19:22
    okay
  • 19:23
    just the i don't want to do it early in
  • 19:25
    the show i got a very nice email from
  • 19:28
    Julianne who was a head of
  • 19:30
    communications at way mo
  • 19:32
    we mow these self the autonomous driving
  • 19:35
    car or like goo company hey Adam I just
  • 19:40
    heard your podcast episode 1122 and saw
  • 19:43
    the related tweet to the 737 no no and
  • 19:48
    the related tweet relating this 737 - oh
  • 19:51
    I have relating the 737 crash that is -
  • 19:55
    way mo killing a pedestrian in Arizona I
  • 19:57
    want to reach out to clarify that way mo
  • 20:00
    has never caused any fatalities in
  • 20:02
    Arizona or anywhere I believe you're
  • 20:04
    referring to this incident with uber
  • 20:06
    which way mo was not involved in
  • 20:09
    appreciate you updating your listeners
  • 20:11
    and social followers
  • 20:14
    someone's paying attention oh wait he's
  • 20:16
    aside iddin see this might make sense to
  • 20:18
    delete to delete the tweet if possible
  • 20:21
    that the statement wasn't accurate I
  • 20:24
    don't know about that I don't think I
  • 20:26
    should do that I think I should reply to
  • 20:28
    myself you just deleted that's the
  • 20:31
    easiest way no you don't want trouble
  • 20:33
    well no it's just easiest way why is
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    what do you know it's not the easiest
  • 20:38
    way there's no easier than me replying
  • 20:40
    to myself saying hey that wasn't way mo
  • 20:42
    isn't that more transparent what couple
  • 20:48
    of things one they're the ones that will
  • 20:52
    sue you yeah they're the ones who
  • 20:56
    suggested that you delete the tweet but
  • 20:59
    instead of deleting the tweet you decide
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    to reply to yourself which a lot of
  • 21:03
    people never read the replies to
  • 21:04
    yourself I mean it just doesn't I would
  • 21:06
    say take their advice and do us you know
  • 21:09
    in this case do what they tell you and
  • 21:11
    delete the tweet it's a simple one click
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    boom deleted yeah well if she'd put a
  • 21:17
    link to it I have no idea where this
  • 21:19
    thing is you go to uh bitch I can find
  • 21:22
    it in no time
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    oh really yeah really I think I just I
  • 21:28
    fundamentalist I feel that it provides
  • 21:32
    like the New York Times I've given my
  • 21:35
    advice I'm done so you don't have to
  • 21:37
    argue it to me anymore okay have you did
  • 21:39
    you find the tweet
  • 21:40
    I didn't start with this I can find it
  • 21:44
    within what do you think three men
  • 21:46
    it's two minutes well she's in a minute
  • 21:48
    I could find a tweet within a minute
  • 21:50
    that's okay that's too long for the show
  • 21:52
    okay well alright I'll do it in the
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    background okay yeah give me your
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    password
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    yeah let's swap passwords like
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    millennial lovers that's the thing that
  • 22:12
    is the thing yeah well while you're
  • 22:16
    looking for that just one other quick
  • 22:18
    observation before we move into other
  • 22:19
    news Obama was in Berlin and he was
  • 22:22
    hanging out with angular Merkel and you
  • 22:24
    know they're kind of lovey dovey and I
  • 22:27
    think she's infatuated with him oh yeah
  • 22:30
    yeah this is a violation of the Logan
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    act whatever happened to the Logan Act
  • 22:34
    wouldn't anybody would poor Micra
  • 22:37
    Michael Flynn Flynn yeah well how about
  • 22:42
    this forget the Logan act so I'm
  • 22:45
    watching I'm paying attention I'm
  • 22:47
    listening to what he's saying
  • 22:48
    I'm looking at his head I guess I'm
  • 22:50
    really not looking at body language or
  • 22:51
    anything and Tina says huh he's not
  • 22:55
    wearing his wedding ring Michael Flynn
  • 22:58
    no Obama when he was in Germany with
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    Tangela Merkel oh nice catch to which I
  • 23:06
    said is it Ramadan
  • 23:07
    ah another nice kid but I don't think it
  • 23:11
    is it's not Ramadan no I don't think so
  • 23:13
    but he's not wearing his wedding ring
  • 23:15
    which believe me women find this odd
  • 23:22
    especially if you're with another woman
  • 23:25
    yeah
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    the hottie the hottie
  • 23:31
    okay that that naked picture of her when
  • 23:34
    she was 19 it wasn't all that bad I
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    never I never saw this I don't dig
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    around no I don't I don't think you want
  • 23:39
    to dig around for it and I mean I don't
  • 23:41
    want to hurt your eyes but it wasn't all
  • 23:43
    that bad all right so we can move on
  • 23:46
    from there to the other big news brexit
  • 23:50
    delayed the President of the European
  • 23:53
    Council where I agreed an extension to
  • 23:56
    the brexit process to the end of October
  • 23:57
    at the latest I continue to believe we
  • 24:00
    need to leave the EU with a deal as soon
  • 24:03
    as possible
  • 24:03
    and finally the EU have agreed that the
  • 24:06
    extension can be terminated when the
  • 24:08
    withdrawal agreement has been ratified
  • 24:10
    which was my key request of my fellow
  • 24:12
    leaders for example this means that if
  • 24:15
    we're able to pass a deal in the first
  • 24:16
    three weeks of May we will not have to
  • 24:19
    take part in European elections and will
  • 24:21
    officially leave the EU on Saturday the
  • 24:23
    first of June during the course of the
  • 24:25
    extension the European Council is clear
  • 24:27
    that the UK will continue to hold full
  • 24:30
    membership rights as well as its
  • 24:32
    obligations let me conclude by saying
  • 24:34
    this I know that there is huge
  • 24:35
    frustration from many people that I had
  • 24:38
    to request this extension the UK should
  • 24:40
    have left the EU by now and I sincerely
  • 24:43
    regrets the fact that I have not yet
  • 24:45
    been able to persuade Parliament to
  • 24:47
    approve a deal which would allow the UK
  • 24:49
    to leave in a smooth and orderly way but
  • 24:52
    the choices we now face our stock and
  • 24:54
    the timetable is clear okay now that is
  • 24:56
    her version of the announcement that the
  • 25:00
    article 50 has been pushed back here is
  • 25:03
    the president over there and the e u--'s
  • 25:05
    Donald Tusk and he says something very
  • 25:08
    interesting a little additional factoid
  • 25:10
    the president dear friends
  • 25:14
    tonight the european council decided to
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    grant the united kingdom a flexible
  • 25:19
    extension of the article 50 period until
  • 25:22
    the 31st of october this means an
  • 25:26
    additional six months for the UK during
  • 25:30
    this time the cause of action will be
  • 25:33
    entirely in the UK's hands it can ratify
  • 25:38
    the agreement in which case the
  • 25:41
    extension will be terminated
  • 25:43
    it can also reconsider the whole bracket
  • 25:46
    strategy that might lead to changes in
  • 25:50
    the political decoration but not in the
  • 25:54
    withdrawal agreement here comes until
  • 25:57
    the end of this period okay we also have
  • 26:00
    the possibility to revoke article 15 all
  • 26:03
    together the Teresa may didn't mentioned
  • 26:07
    that is one of the options that was one
  • 26:10
    of the fears hey what if we want to
  • 26:12
    cancel and just you know forget article
  • 26:14
    50 altogether no can't do that they
  • 26:17
    won't let us here it is if they want
  • 26:22
    they can cancel breaks it all together
  • 26:23
    okay just forget the article 50 which is
  • 26:26
    Vanessa's working out well for the EU
  • 26:29
    because what it gives them it gets them
  • 26:32
    to leverage to say hey look that look
  • 26:33
    they tried it so if any other country
  • 26:37
    wants to try to weasel their way out of
  • 26:39
    the EU they'll never know they're just
  • 26:40
    point to Great Britain look at these
  • 26:42
    guys they went almost the country almost
  • 26:44
    fell apart because they tried to get out
  • 26:46
    cuz it's not possible even the Great
  • 26:48
    British Empire couldn't pull it off yeah
  • 26:51
    they yeah the British Empire couldn't
  • 26:53
    get out of this deal so you're stumped
  • 26:55
    the UK will continue sincere cooperation
  • 26:58
    as a full member state with all its
  • 27:02
    rights and trusted ally in the future
  • 27:09
    let me finish with a message to our
  • 27:13
    British friends this extension is as
  • 27:17
    flexible as I expected and a little bit
  • 27:21
    shorter than I expected
  • 27:23
    but it's still enough to find the best
  • 27:27
    possible
  • 27:27
    solution please do not waste this time I
  • 27:34
    [Music]
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    [Music]
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    gotta tell you our producers are so damn
  • 27:54
    good
  • 27:55
    this song this brexit song could be used
  • 27:57
    in the UK political parties could take
  • 28:01
    this song I'm telling that is cervix of
  • 28:05
    the hot southern Bush and sir Timothy of
  • 28:09
    no fixed title together these forces of
  • 28:12
    local number one of joined have created
  • 28:14
    the local number one Court Choir this is
  • 28:19
    the latest single on the local one label
  • 28:21
    full full track at the end of show it's
  • 28:27
    it's an English group I think who did
  • 28:29
    that originally if you huh isn't that
  • 28:33
    the Beatles come and then is it the
  • 28:35
    people's no I have a feeling it's
  • 28:37
    something else anyway
  • 28:41
    Badfinger know maybe it was bad finger I
  • 28:46
    don't know there's the Beatles ah well
  • 28:52
    it doesn't matter it doesn't go on back
  • 28:54
    to the spying thing I do have a couple
  • 28:56
    you want to go back to spying I'm sorry
  • 28:57
    I didn't know that we were still on that
  • 28:59
    well I do kind of ran me over
  • 29:01
    sorry CBS did a rundown of the whole
  • 29:05
    thing and they had and I called it and
  • 29:11
    somewhere along the lines is referred to
  • 29:13
    the spying idea the idea that anyone
  • 29:16
    spied on Trump I I just thought it was
  • 29:19
    interesting that into the public domain
  • 29:20
    they brought in this this meme long
  • 29:24
    debunked Oh interesting way of putting
  • 29:28
    it wait so when they said that I I
  • 29:31
    thought to myself long debunked spying
  • 29:34
    theory
  • 29:36
    when was it debunked in the first place
  • 29:39
    that it would be long debunked
  • 29:40
    well you because when Trump said they
  • 29:43
    were spying on him at his offices and by
  • 29:46
    the way there are some looks like ga CQ
  • 29:48
    was I had a warrant to just what look at
  • 29:51
    his you know look at Trump Tower mm-hmm
  • 29:53
    according to at least one source I have
  • 29:55
    a copy of the supposed memo is it
  • 30:01
    because the mainstream media says when
  • 30:03
    Trump said they're spying on me they all
  • 30:05
    said you like no no when Don Lemon says
  • 30:12
    you lie that's a debunk then it's debt
  • 30:14
    that's long debunked so now there was no
  • 30:19
    debunking whatsoever just a accusation
  • 30:23
    accusation of debunking this is bullcrap
  • 30:26
    this is now CBS plays this legal which
  • 30:30
    president Trump's bashing of the Russia
  • 30:32
    probe is nothing new but he got some
  • 30:35
    unexpected backup today from his new
  • 30:38
    Attorney General William Bar yes I think
  • 30:40
    spying did occur Barr told senators he's
  • 30:43
    looking into whether the US intelligence
  • 30:45
    community inappropriately spied on the
  • 30:48
    Trump campaign even as Barr admitted he
  • 30:51
    has no evidence of that I am NOT saying
  • 30:54
    that improper surveillance occurred I'm
  • 30:58
    saying that I am concerned about it and
  • 31:02
    looking into it do you want to rephrase
  • 31:05
    what you're doing Democrats called Barr
  • 31:09
    irresponsible and accused him of
  • 31:11
    propping up a quote long debunked spying
  • 31:14
    conspiracy to please Donald Trump long
  • 31:19
    debunked that's a good catch actually
  • 31:21
    yeah I like the way they put a meme into
  • 31:26
    the public domain as to get the public
  • 31:28
    because apparently the public is
  • 31:30
    consists of idiots
  • 31:32
    oh it's been long debunked according to
  • 31:35
    her well that is the CIA broadcast
  • 31:38
    system so yes yes the next clip of this
  • 31:43
    this report how very very dismaying and
  • 31:47
    disappointing
  • 31:48
    that the chief law enforcement officer
  • 31:51
    of our country is going off the rails
  • 31:55
    he is the Attorney General of the United
  • 31:59
    States of America not the Attorney
  • 32:02
    General of Donald Trump the FBI did
  • 32:06
    obtain a surveillance warrant in 2016 to
  • 32:09
    monitor the communications of Carter
  • 32:12
    Paige that's not spying that's
  • 32:15
    monitoring I'm sorry
  • 32:20
    a warrant for a warrant for monitoring
  • 32:24
    violence warrant in 2016 to monitor the
  • 32:27
    communications of Carter Paige a
  • 32:30
    campaign foreign policy adviser who had
  • 32:32
    been courted by Russian operatives in
  • 32:35
    the past the warrant was based in part
  • 32:37
    on allegations contained in a dossier
  • 32:40
    prepared by a British X by who was doing
  • 32:43
    research for the Clinton campaign making
  • 32:46
    it a longtime flashpoint for Republicans
  • 32:49
    do you agree with me that every American
  • 32:51
    should be concerned estimate
  • 32:54
    let me just listen to that that again
  • 32:56
    what exactly did she say operatives in
  • 32:59
    the past the warrant was based in part
  • 33:01
    on allegations contained in a dossier
  • 33:04
    prepared by a British X by who was doing
  • 33:07
    research for the Clinton campaign there
  • 33:10
    kind of hanging Clinton out to dry in
  • 33:12
    this report well the way they're doing
  • 33:16
    it I've listened to this number of times
  • 33:19
    trying to figure out what style are
  • 33:21
    using here to bamboozle the public but
  • 33:25
    maybe there might be Clinton maybe
  • 33:27
    hanging out to dry cuz they don't want
  • 33:29
    her running again and if they could hang
  • 33:31
    the whole thing on her oh that's
  • 33:34
    dangerous they can hang the whole thing
  • 33:36
    on her they say they can just dig and do
  • 33:38
    the old well our hands are we got it we
  • 33:41
    figured it out yeah they're to get out
  • 33:43
    scot-free but I don't the problem is
  • 33:45
    that seems to too many tentacles reach
  • 33:48
    back into the Obama administration and
  • 33:51
    Valerie Rice and Valerie Valerie Valerie
  • 33:54
    Jarrett and Susan Rice all the rest of
  • 33:56
    this TN and now also Vickie Nuland
  • 34:00
    apparently she yes yeah apparently she
  • 34:03
    facilitated see if I had an article
  • 34:06
    maybe I have that here I think that yes
  • 34:09
    she facilitated the meeting I think she
  • 34:11
    brought in Steele
  • 34:15
    wouldn't surprise me now making it a
  • 34:18
    longtime flashpoint for Republicans do
  • 34:21
    you agree with me that every American
  • 34:23
    should be concerned as to whether or not
  • 34:25
    a warrant was obtained against an
  • 34:27
    American citizen with unverified
  • 34:29
    information absolutely so that's that
  • 34:38
    and the third one there was something I
  • 34:42
    want to say about that there was a
  • 34:43
    switch back there when she's pushed to
  • 34:46
    one directly and they threw that I don't
  • 34:49
    know what that was but every click
  • 34:51
    Democrats contend this is all an effort
  • 34:54
    to undermine Special Counsel Robert
  • 34:56
    Muller's report which bar is due to
  • 34:59
    release publicly next week tonight the
  • 35:02
    Democratic leader Chuck Schumer is
  • 35:03
    calling on bar to either retract his
  • 35:06
    spying claim or produce some proof Jeff
  • 35:09
    Nancy Cordes thank you very much now the
  • 35:14
    Democratic to the Democrats claim at the
  • 35:18
    beginning of that clip the Democrats
  • 35:20
    claim this was did something debunk or
  • 35:22
    Robert Moses report exonerates for all
  • 35:25
    practical purposes and I hate using that
  • 35:27
    word Trump and the whole campaign
  • 35:32
    apparatus so why does she say that at
  • 35:36
    the beginning when we know that can't
  • 35:39
    possibly be the reason it's deflection
  • 35:43
    hmm just play the beginning Eclipse tree
  • 35:46
    just one more time just the beginning
  • 35:47
    Democrats contend this is all an effort
  • 35:50
    to undermine special counsel Robert
  • 35:52
    Muller's report which bars is due to
  • 35:55
    release publicly next week well how how
  • 35:58
    will not undermine it what's there to
  • 36:00
    undermine the reports coming out yeah so
  • 36:03
    that if I couldn't I still can't figure
  • 36:06
    out why that's in the report to
  • 36:09
    undermine a report that's done how about
  • 36:13
    this John
  • 36:14
    summarizes this is CBS they're clearly
  • 36:17
    floundering in the reporting and so
  • 36:20
    someone says man pull the trigger get
  • 36:23
    assange we got to do something Julie on
  • 36:26
    called Juliana Juliana the Julie arm
  • 36:32
    yeah this is gonna be good
  • 36:35
    oh it's great from our perspective it's
  • 36:39
    fantastic well from it you have to
  • 36:41
    remember it's a long debunked law says
  • 36:44
    long he bugged I don't know it's long
  • 36:47
    overdue debunked yes exactly
  • 36:50
    um let me see
  • 36:55
    are you done with spying cuz I don't
  • 36:58
    have much else I do have a couple of
  • 37:01
    funny that me there's some funny stuff
  • 37:02
    that took place in these hearings yet
  • 37:04
    and there were a lot of good ones
  • 37:05
    actually the climate the climate change
  • 37:07
    hearing although I didn't get any clips
  • 37:09
    from it we had that we had the white
  • 37:13
    nationalist hate peering that's the one
  • 37:15
    with Candice which everyone was all I
  • 37:18
    got about you Candace clips and before
  • 37:21
    you do the Candace clip cuz I did get I
  • 37:23
    got one clip from that Missy
  • 37:29
    at 1:00 yeah no I got to actually this
  • 37:37
    is well the first one was a colleague of
  • 37:42
    mine Morton Klein he's I think he's the
  • 37:46
    executive director of the oh I have a
  • 37:49
    Morton Klein clip Zion and Morton Morty
  • 37:51
    he's got two Tourette's
  • 37:53
    well I'll play my clip then thanks for
  • 37:54
    ruining the surprise Thank You children
  • 37:57
    that met Nadler ranking member Collins
  • 37:59
    members of the committee first well I
  • 38:02
    must say I have Tourette's syndrome
  • 38:03
    sometimes I have tics and make sounds I
  • 38:06
    can't control so please forgive me
  • 38:13
    finally something I can make fun of I'm
  • 38:16
    not gay I'm not black but I have
  • 38:18
    Tourette's
  • 38:22
    this is a weird one though it's it has a
  • 38:25
    ridge yeah it's not in common I have
  • 38:28
    when I saw the two-hour Tourette's
  • 38:31
    special mm-hmm
  • 38:33
    that's of what he's doing that that
  • 38:35
    swallowing it can't kind of get words
  • 38:37
    out yeah I think I have standing in this
  • 38:40
    area Thanks common no it's not uncommon
  • 38:45
    but it's funny one of course the problem
  • 38:53
    is not I'm gonna start doing it myself
  • 38:56
    that's if you saw that two-hour special
  • 39:00
    on Tourette's you know that we take each
  • 39:02
    other off all right okay I have the
  • 39:14
    definitive Mort clip well actually
  • 39:18
    before before you do that let me play a
  • 39:21
    serious clip from that I just defended
  • 39:23
    Mort clip oh I'm sorry it's it's a Mort
  • 39:26
    it's a more Tourette's clip no of course
  • 39:29
    not okay then let me play the the woman
  • 39:33
    if see Eileen Hirsch in off of the
  • 39:37
    anti-defamation league but in in a
  • 39:39
    pretty close race between
  • 39:42
    african-americans and Jews for the
  • 39:43
    hatred of white Nationals you know I I
  • 39:46
    agree with you mr. Cohen that we
  • 39:48
    shouldn't compete these things are
  • 39:50
    absolutely linked you might start with
  • 39:53
    some type supremacist on anti-semitism
  • 39:55
    and you will get to anti immigrant
  • 39:58
    refugees Muslims African Americans and
  • 40:02
    vice-versa what you see on this is that
  • 40:07
    there are a you know white supremacist
  • 40:11
    used to want to keep dominance after the
  • 40:13
    civil rights era they became more and
  • 40:15
    more scared of the extinction of the
  • 40:17
    white race by if they will call people
  • 40:20
    who are LGBTQ degenerate or sodomites
  • 40:22
    excuse me I'm just gonna use the words
  • 40:25
    that we see over and over they will call
  • 40:27
    they will look at the genetic
  • 40:29
    inferiority of people that are not white
  • 40:31
    they will demonize from this interesting
  • 40:34
    this one sentence listen to what she
  • 40:36
    says they will call they will look at
  • 40:38
    the genetic inferiority of people that
  • 40:41
    are not white they will do she actually
  • 40:43
    starts off by saying which would be
  • 40:45
    correct they will call people or they
  • 40:47
    will they will accuse people but instead
  • 40:50
    she says they will call they will look
  • 40:54
    at the genetic inferiority of people
  • 40:56
    that are not white she's saying that is
  • 40:57
    if it's true by the way oh yeah she
  • 41:02
    corrected the subtext it's interesting
  • 41:04
    she corrected herself because she
  • 41:07
    wouldn't she was about to say it right
  • 41:08
    you know they call they claim maybe she
  • 41:11
    was going to say but then she know it's
  • 41:13
    just something it's I'm not accusing her
  • 41:15
    of anything but it's of note when we
  • 41:17
    listen to speech patterns which we do a
  • 41:19
    lot here they will call they will look
  • 41:21
    at the genetic inferiority of people
  • 41:24
    that are not white they will demonize
  • 41:26
    refugees and immigrants they will look
  • 41:28
    at Muslims and they say again and again
  • 41:31
    who are the ones that will castrate this
  • 41:33
    they are the Jews that is what Bowers
  • 41:36
    the Pittsburgh shooter came in he said I
  • 41:38
    don't want these hordes of immigrants
  • 41:40
    and refugees it's the Jews that are
  • 41:42
    doing it all Jews must die man the thing
  • 41:47
    is well she's the one who's she
  • 41:49
    literally said
  • 41:52
    genetic inferiority of non-whites huh
  • 41:55
    she didn't say suppose it that mean I'm
  • 41:59
    gonna be stating this the way you want
  • 42:01
    to make a point you say the supposed
  • 42:03
    genetic inferiority which would be a an
  • 42:07
    honest way of putting it I just say the
  • 42:10
    genetic inferiority she's a hater she's
  • 42:14
    a hater the big hater no you and that
  • 42:19
    guy my guy so this Mort comes on and he
  • 42:24
    answers this is the this is another
  • 42:27
    example and and this is the one that
  • 42:29
    Scott Adams pulled from the hearing this
  • 42:33
    particular clip saying that maybe this
  • 42:36
    will end the problem once and for all
  • 42:38
    even though this has been done over and
  • 42:40
    over and over and over again and it's
  • 42:42
    done one more time with this gold more
  • 42:44
    gold more gold Gohmert Gohmert and Mort
  • 42:48
    Cline clip I want to ask mr. Cline what
  • 42:51
    are your thoughts about president
  • 42:53
    Trump's remarks regarding the
  • 42:54
    Charlottesville demonstration where he's
  • 42:57
    quoted as saying you also had some very
  • 43:00
    fine people on both sides well I'm glad
  • 43:04
    you asked that because the media has
  • 43:05
    really completely distorted the truth of
  • 43:08
    that episode what he meant he said so
  • 43:11
    when he said it is that they're fine
  • 43:13
    people who want to get rid of robert e
  • 43:15
    lee's statue and they're fine people who
  • 43:17
    are not haters who believe for
  • 43:19
    historical reasons they want to keep it
  • 43:21
    that statue and he made that clear and
  • 43:23
    then in the same breath mr. gomeran the
  • 43:25
    same breath president Trump said quote
  • 43:27
    I'm not talking about the neo-nazis and
  • 43:30
    the white nationalists when I say fine
  • 43:31
    people because they should be condemned
  • 43:33
    totally and yet the media has never made
  • 43:36
    that clear that he in that in that
  • 43:38
    statement he condemned the uh Nazis
  • 43:40
    white nationalist he did not mean that
  • 43:42
    they were fine people quite the contrary
  • 43:44
    he's disgusted by those people thank you
  • 43:47
    thank you
  • 43:48
    hey Tourette shut up making too much
  • 43:51
    sense kind of a scripted question and
  • 43:54
    answer but kind of yet Gohmert is a
  • 43:58
    Republican oh yeah oh yeah Bobby Gould
  • 44:01
    Bert sure
  • 44:02
    just checking this is it the crap and
  • 44:05
    trade bill that's our first clip from
  • 44:07
    louie gohmert was like eight nine years
  • 44:08
    ago oh my god where he said and deep are
  • 44:12
    gonna be upset when they do see what
  • 44:14
    happens with this crap and trade bill I
  • 44:17
    wish I still had that probably do I am
  • 44:20
    yeah I might be under Sperry but the
  • 44:23
    crap and trade I so Gohmert that was one
  • 44:28
    of the witnesses that the Republicans
  • 44:29
    brought up and they've made a point of
  • 44:31
    mentioning that the Republican said
  • 44:34
    their people including Candace well yes
  • 44:36
    not before before you get into that
  • 44:37
    because yeah III know you have the clips
  • 44:40
    and you know ted Lieu got burned my
  • 44:43
    question as we listen to these is it
  • 44:46
    possible they set him up no you don't
  • 44:51
    think so no I don't think it was even
  • 44:53
    remotely possible in lieu if you looked
  • 44:56
    at and you watched him during the whole
  • 44:57
    thing you didn't care what anyone
  • 44:58
    thought he's put his thing down played
  • 45:01
    as a boy I don't have that part of it I
  • 45:04
    have the follow-up but not just to
  • 45:06
    explain it Ted Lou took this old long
  • 45:10
    debunk walk cup of canned is always
  • 45:14
    talking about Hitler yeah but it was
  • 45:17
    talking about Hitler in a one-hour
  • 45:18
    context as that she was making the claim
  • 45:22
    as she says so that she was the quick a
  • 45:25
    question was asked of her about
  • 45:26
    nationalism and then Hitler came out
  • 45:29
    into conversation she says Hitler was
  • 45:31
    not a nationalist and she went to an
  • 45:33
    explanation of this and Lou just played
  • 45:35
    a little piece of it that was I don't
  • 45:37
    think that's what she said I think what
  • 45:38
    she said was just because you're a
  • 45:41
    nationalist doesn't mean that you want
  • 45:42
    to kill people
  • 45:46
    a little different what she said well
  • 45:48
    now that I know as you say that I don't
  • 45:51
    think that's true but she she went on
  • 45:54
    about Hitler would have been fine if he
  • 45:55
    wasn't trying to make Germany bigger and
  • 45:59
    something that along those lines but
  • 46:01
    let's listen to what she says when she
  • 46:02
    goes off there's a couple except she
  • 46:05
    goes off on Nadler mostly I'm sorry we
  • 46:08
    just started recording
  • 46:09
    would you like time to respond to that
  • 46:11
    yes I think it's pretty apparent that
  • 46:14
    mr. lube believes that black people are
  • 46:16
    stupid and will not pursue the full clip
  • 46:18
    in his entirety he purposely presented
  • 46:20
    an extract extracted slip will suspend
  • 46:24
    for a moment it is not proper to refer
  • 46:28
    to sparingly or with to a member of the
  • 46:31
    committee the witness will not do that
  • 46:33
    again
  • 46:33
    weirdness may continue sure even though
  • 46:37
    I was called despicable witness may not
  • 46:39
    refer to remember the committee is
  • 46:41
    stupid I didn't refer to him as stupid
  • 46:43
    that's not what I said that's not what I
  • 46:45
    said at all you didn't listen to what I
  • 46:47
    said may I continue
  • 46:55
    those rare clips that were really should
  • 46:58
    be watching yeah when she says I didn't
  • 47:00
    say then she didn't she never said he
  • 47:02
    was stupid she said that he thinks she's
  • 47:04
    do black people black people are still
  • 47:06
    like people are stupid and so she calls
  • 47:09
    him out for not listening cuz he I think
  • 47:11
    Nadler is very rare listening to any of
  • 47:14
    this right and so she calls him out and
  • 47:17
    now there goes man he structure whatever
  • 47:20
    that whatever you hear his little aids
  • 47:22
    in the background whispering listen to
  • 47:24
    this sure even though I was called
  • 47:26
    despicable witness may not refer to
  • 47:29
    remember the committee is stupid
  • 47:30
    I didn't refer to him as dude but that's
  • 47:32
    not what I said that's not what I said
  • 47:34
    at all you didn't listen what I said she
  • 47:37
    said this she said continue shifty yeah
  • 47:42
    she goes this is part two of her going
  • 47:44
    off on that Nadler may I continue please
  • 47:48
    as I said he is assuming that black
  • 47:51
    people will not go pursue the full - our
  • 47:53
    clip and he purposefully extracted he
  • 47:56
    cut off and you didn't hear the question
  • 47:57
    that was asked of me he's trying to
  • 47:59
    present as if I was long
  • 48:00
    a defense of Hitler in Germany when in
  • 48:02
    fact the question that was asked of me
  • 48:04
    was per turning to whether or not I
  • 48:05
    believed that Hitler was a whether or
  • 48:08
    not I believed in nationalism and that
  • 48:10
    nationalism was bad and when I responded
  • 48:12
    to is that I do not believe that we
  • 48:14
    should be characterizing Hitler as a
  • 48:16
    nationalist he was a homicidal
  • 48:18
    psychopathic maniac that killed his own
  • 48:20
    people
  • 48:20
    a nationalist would not kill their own
  • 48:23
    people that is exactly what I was
  • 48:25
    referring to in the clip and he
  • 48:26
    purposely wanted to give you a cut up
  • 48:27
    similar to what they do to Donald Trump
  • 48:29
    to create a different narrative that was
  • 48:31
    unbelievably dishonest and he did not
  • 48:33
    allow me to respond to it
  • 48:35
    which is worrisome and to tell you a lot
  • 48:36
    about where people are today in terms of
  • 48:38
    trying to drum up narratives by the way
  • 48:40
    I would like to also add that I work for
  • 48:42
    Prager University which is run by an
  • 48:43
    Orthodox Jew and a single Democrat
  • 48:45
    showed up to the embassy opening in
  • 48:46
    Jerusalem i sat on a plane for 18 hours
  • 48:48
    to make sure that I was there I'm deeply
  • 48:50
    offended by the insinuation of revealing
  • 48:53
    that clip without the question that was
  • 48:55
    asked of me she's not a dummy it was
  • 49:10
    kind of scary sitting there all these
  • 49:13
    jamokes sitting in front of you but once
  • 49:16
    she figured out that he wasn't even
  • 49:18
    listening I think then she's like I'll
  • 49:19
    screw it
  • 49:20
    it just went full on by the way the
  • 49:22
    thing that bothered me about this
  • 49:24
    particular I didn't did any clips I
  • 49:25
    could have probably but the with ease
  • 49:30
    people move between white nationalists
  • 49:33
    white separatist and white supremacists
  • 49:36
    throughout the hearing people
  • 49:38
    interchange these words and they really
  • 49:40
    mean different things in different cases
  • 49:42
    and you hope so you can't just throw
  • 49:45
    them all together and then in that
  • 49:48
    regard it was very lame yeah I had to
  • 49:52
    agree so here's a longer clip of her
  • 49:54
    going off on what happened well this
  • 49:56
    actually is self explanatory clip but
  • 49:58
    let's listen to it because they had the
  • 50:02
    Republicans brought her on because she
  • 50:04
    had this some issues with hate speech
  • 50:06
    herself yes she was a victim of a state
  • 50:09
    speech
  • 50:09
    Thank You mr. chairman first of all I
  • 50:12
    ask you know
  • 50:13
    consent to include in the record a list
  • 50:14
    of political violence perpetrated or
  • 50:16
    promoted by leftist organizations that
  • 50:18
    objection thank you
  • 50:19
    and I also you know I'm riffing him on
  • 50:24
    something that that mr. buck gentleman
  • 50:27
    from Colorado was talk I don't think
  • 50:29
    I've ever heard anyone in this session
  • 50:30
    like that say I'm riffing but it's
  • 50:37
    pretty odd I'd say I'm riffing on
  • 50:41
    something that mr. buck gentleman from
  • 50:45
    Colorado was talking about but is that
  • 50:47
    the same as ad libbing I'm going
  • 50:48
    off-script everybody just so you know
  • 50:50
    I'm gonna do something different here I
  • 50:51
    think you I think he meant thinking
  • 50:54
    about the listening of witnesses in the
  • 50:56
    Chairman's memo it is something I've not
  • 50:58
    seen in my brief time in Congress or
  • 51:00
    indeed in my many years of legislative
  • 51:02
    service in my home state that is an
  • 51:04
    editorial comment about a witness some
  • 51:08
    might even consider that this
  • 51:09
    not-so-subtle editorializing is in the
  • 51:12
    of itself an indicia of animus it's
  • 51:15
    unfortunate but it demonstrates how easy
  • 51:17
    it is to let one's bias appear even in
  • 51:21
    what is supposed to be an innocuous
  • 51:22
    listing of witnesses for the sake of yes
  • 51:26
    I will yield sir I assume you're you're
  • 51:30
    referring to what is written about
  • 51:32
    Candice Owens where it says she's the
  • 51:35
    director communications that the
  • 51:36
    conservative advocacy group Turning
  • 51:37
    Point USA and a conservative commentator
  • 51:39
    and political activist known for a
  • 51:41
    criticism of black lives matters and at
  • 51:44
    the end of the Democratic Party I don't
  • 51:46
    think if she could quarrel with the
  • 51:49
    accuracy of that it's a simple statement
  • 51:51
    of who she is reclaiming my time what I
  • 51:53
    will say about this is you never ever
  • 51:56
    see anybody characterized in any other
  • 52:00
    list of witnesses this is the first time
  • 52:02
    I've ever seen that other than the
  • 52:04
    stating what they represent or the group
  • 52:08
    that they are from this is seemingly
  • 52:11
    seemingly anyway going beyond the bounds
  • 52:14
    of what is the norm that is an
  • 52:17
    indication to me of how easy it is to
  • 52:20
    demonstrate animus and so it meets
  • 52:25
    a logical question of Missoula's which
  • 52:27
    she's already addressed to some respect
  • 52:28
    is as used talk Miz owns and you go to
  • 52:31
    universities I couldn't go to UConn
  • 52:33
    tonight do you receive hate speech
  • 52:36
    directed at you all the time and I
  • 52:39
    really do feel that the media and the
  • 52:41
    left has made it okay and I do just want
  • 52:43
    to add that my biography which I
  • 52:44
    submitted you reduced it to one sentence
  • 52:47
    calling me just a conservative activist
  • 52:49
    and it wasn't what I said or what I
  • 52:51
    submitted
  • 52:53
    yeah okay you know the cake there yeah
  • 52:56
    yeah yeah the whole idea of what was the
  • 53:00
    point of this of this panel to start
  • 53:02
    with what is the point the point is that
  • 53:05
    show that we have a hate speech problem
  • 53:07
    we need legislation to do something
  • 53:10
    about it well we already have a model
  • 53:12
    for that yes and the model is called
  • 53:17
    duty of care social media can be
  • 53:21
    brilliant at connecting people across
  • 53:22
    the world but I'm deeply concerned that
  • 53:25
    social media firms are still not doing
  • 53:28
    enough to protect users from harmful
  • 53:30
    content and that's not good enough so
  • 53:34
    today we're putting a legal duty of care
  • 53:36
    on these companies to keep users safe
  • 53:39
    and if they fail to do so tough
  • 53:41
    punishments will be imposed the era of
  • 53:45
    social media firms regulating themselves
  • 53:47
    is over well it's time to do things
  • 53:50
    differently it's time to keep our
  • 53:52
    children safe yeah gotta think of the
  • 53:55
    children all right I'm all in I want
  • 53:57
    some laws Theresa May let's hear what
  • 53:59
    this means this these online harms laws
  • 54:02
    launching the proposals this morning
  • 54:04
    Home Secretary Sajid Javid said they
  • 54:06
    would make the UK the safest place in
  • 54:08
    the world to be online hey there's a
  • 54:14
    global thing kind of whatever putting
  • 54:17
    the onus on big tank
  • 54:19
    I'm giving tech companies a message that
  • 54:22
    they cannot ignore this is the Home
  • 54:24
    Secretary of the UK I warned you and you
  • 54:28
    did not do enough so it's no longer a
  • 54:31
    matter of choice it's time for you to
  • 54:35
    protect the users and give them the
  • 54:38
    protection they deserve nothing else the
  • 54:43
    new guidelines would be enforced by an
  • 54:45
    independent regulator with powers to
  • 54:47
    find companies and block websites if
  • 54:49
    they don't remove harmful content the
  • 54:51
    paper even suggests senior executives be
  • 54:54
    held personally responsible
  • 54:56
    the plans cover content already defined
  • 54:58
    as illegal like terrorist propaganda and
  • 55:00
    child sex abuse and behavior considered
  • 55:03
    harmful
  • 55:03
    like cyberbullying
  • 55:05
    - have long called for greater Internet
  • 55:07
    safety following cases like that of 14
  • 55:09
    year old Molly Russell whose suicide in
  • 55:12
    2017 was linked to harmful material
  • 55:14
    online so the regulatory framework is
  • 55:18
    out for this and I think the most
  • 55:21
    important thing is they will be
  • 55:23
    appointing a special independent
  • 55:27
    regulator maybe a czar for compliance
  • 55:31
    and the regulator will have a suite of
  • 55:36
    powers to take effective enforcement
  • 55:39
    action against companies that have
  • 55:41
    breached their statutory duty of care
  • 55:44
    this may include the powers to issue
  • 55:46
    substantial fines and to impose
  • 55:48
    liability on individual members of
  • 55:51
    senior management that will get your
  • 55:53
    attention throw them in jail I hope so
  • 55:59
    um this is a nightmare to enforce it's
  • 56:05
    it's impossible to enforce it they have
  • 56:09
    their thinking like the UK somehow can
  • 56:11
    turn into AOL it's alright everything's
  • 56:15
    safe in here inside our borders
  • 56:17
    Kent key word yeah and they can sell the
  • 56:20
    key words this is a complex a novel area
  • 56:25
    for public policy to this end as well as
  • 56:27
    setting out the government's proposed to
  • 56:28
    poach this white paper poses a series of
  • 56:30
    questions about the design of the new
  • 56:32
    regulatory framework and non legislative
  • 56:34
    package note non legislative package a
  • 56:37
    full list of these questions is include
  • 56:39
    at the end of the white paper so they
  • 56:40
    haven't come up with exactly what it is
  • 56:42
    but everything I hear is bullying
  • 56:46
    bullying which is so open to
  • 56:49
    interpretation oh yeah that's the main
  • 56:52
    one bullying harmful groups such as self
  • 56:58
    harming so that has to go which
  • 57:02
    sometimes can be good for kids you know
  • 57:06
    it's up in the a.m.
  • 57:07
    it depends but a lot of people find it
  • 57:10
    helpful to talk about the problems is
  • 57:12
    there a Tourette's group somewhere that
  • 57:14
    I can join it must be oh man that was
  • 57:19
    like
  • 57:19
    there was like a one kind of a straight
  • 57:22
    line for me that was probably yeah we
  • 57:26
    monumental yeah you need some coffee you
  • 57:28
    need some coffee drew a blank anyway
  • 57:34
    this is uh this is quite interesting and
  • 57:38
    and really when you think about it there
  • 57:40
    are similar initiatives brewing in the
  • 57:44
    United States Congress this is
  • 57:45
    representative jeyapaul jeyapaul the
  • 57:48
    Democrat from Washington and she had a
  • 57:50
    very she's an idiot
  • 57:52
    Oh God that way I'm gonna abandon the UK
  • 57:58
    jayapal shared a very personal story
  • 58:05
    about her own child and you know the
  • 58:11
    trials and tribulations of her child
  • 58:13
    going through transition and well listen
  • 58:17
    to it it was emotional but the way she
  • 58:20
    takes this personal emotion and
  • 58:22
    threatens threatened threats is not okay
  • 58:26
    and it occurred to me that were were
  • 58:28
    talking about fear versus love we're
  • 58:32
    talking about fear versus freedom and I
  • 58:35
    didn't intend to say this today but is
  • 58:39
    that fear versus what is what is the
  • 58:43
    opposite of fear bravery happiness
  • 58:48
    mm-hmm
  • 58:49
    for fear versus bravery a good work mmm
  • 58:52
    excuse me what'd she say
  • 58:54
    just play it again she has two different
  • 58:55
    ones here and it occurred to me that
  • 58:59
    where were talking about fear versus
  • 59:02
    love we're talking about fear versus
  • 59:05
    freedom fear is freedom and I didn't
  • 59:07
    intend to say this today here comes oh
  • 59:10
    stuff excuse me my beautiful now 22 year
  • 59:17
    old child told me last year that they
  • 59:20
    were gender non-conforming and over the
  • 59:23
    last year I have come to understand from
  • 59:27
    a deeply personal mother's perspective
  • 59:29
    I've always been a civil rights activist
  • 59:32
    I've always fought for my constituents
  • 59:33
    of my communities to have equal rights
  • 59:35
    but from a mother's perspective I came
  • 59:38
    to understand what their newfound
  • 59:41
    freedom it is the only way I can
  • 59:43
    describe what has happened to my
  • 59:45
    beautiful child what their newfound
  • 59:47
    freedom to wear a dress to rid
  • 59:50
    themselves of some conformist stereotype
  • 59:54
    of who they are to be able to express
  • 59:57
    who they are at their real core and
  • 1:00:00
    since this deeply impactful moment last
  • 1:00:03
    year my child who has always done well
  • 1:00:05
    in school but has carried what a mother
  • 1:00:08
    can only describe as a heavy burden of
  • 1:00:12
    conflict in their own being that I could
  • 1:00:16
    not fully identify or help to express
  • 1:00:19
    since this deeply impactful moment last
  • 1:00:22
    year my child's embracing of their
  • 1:00:25
    non-conforming gender identity and all
  • 1:00:28
    that it has allowed all that it allows
  • 1:00:31
    in terms of their creativity their
  • 1:00:33
    brilliance their self-expression
  • 1:00:36
    the only thought I wake up with every
  • 1:00:39
    day is my child is free my child is free
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    to be who they are
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    and in that freedom comes a
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    responsibility for us as legislators to
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    protect that freedom to be who they are
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    and to legislate as dr.wily so
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    beautifully said to legislate our
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    behavior towards all people in our
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    society yeah let's do that
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    you got me I feel so sorry for you that
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    I'm gonna let you legislate my behavior
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    what H jeez I have no you can't is she
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    serious she wants to legislate behavior
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    I mean yes his criminal behavior there's
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    a verse unbecoming a girl
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    yeah well it's a personal story it's of
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    its effective I have compassion for her
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    and her looks fine and her daughter
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    people do that and that's what it will
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    but don't try and legislate me from
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    having an opinion
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    because that's what it sounds like yes
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    what they want yeah well it's the United
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    States of Gitmo nation east the United
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    Kingdom's I mean is well on its way you
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    already can't bully politicians on if
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    it's for all celebrities but certainly
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    politicians you can't you can't bully
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    them you get anything you can't dead
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    name or you can't miss gender no we had
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    a clip just a couple weeks ago or
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    someone who got a visit from the police
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    because she is he misgendered someone's
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    a kid online this is this is off the
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    rails
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    well the misgendering thing is
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    absolutely ludicrous
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    yeah well the UK man they have
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    traditions and norms and although here
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    in Texas they're going exactly the
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    opposite way which is also problematic
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    the the free to practice always get
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    their hackles up about everything but
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    here we go the Texas free to believe Act
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    which is to combat the the bakery the
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    gay the Kate the gay cake the ground
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    cake the famous gay cake house Bill
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    10:35 would create protections for
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    sincerely held religious beliefs or
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    moral convictions which a person or
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    entity may then use to discriminate
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    against same-sex couples and transgender
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    individuals says that literally in the
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    text the sincerely held religious
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    beliefs or moral convictions protected
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    by this bill would be the belief or
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    conviction that marriage is or should be
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    recognized as the union of one man one
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    woman and the terms mailman female and
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    woman refer to an individual's immutable
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    biological sex as objectively determined
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    by anatomy and genetics at the time of
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    birth
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    so what you want what what where you
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    will then not have to do if you if you
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    don't want to serve someone in these
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    categories you will not have to well
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    actually it's a prohibition the bill
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    would prohibit the government from
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    taking any discriminatory action against
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    a person who disapprove declines to
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    participate in providing treatment
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    counseling or surgery related to sex
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    reassignment or gender identity
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    transitioning or psychological
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    counselling or fraternal fertility
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    services marriage related goods and
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    services photography poetry videography
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    disc jockey services hey I'm available
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    for all your your LGBTQ Qi AAP services
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    bring me on wedding planning printing
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    publishing similar marriage related
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    goods and services floral arrangements
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    dress making cake pastry I mean it goes
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    on and on
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    it's kind of sad that they do this well
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    I don't see what that is necessary but
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    okay it seems completely unnecessary a
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    cake it's all about the gay cake I doubt
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    I don't think this will pass yeah it
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    probably won't don't think so well with
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    that though it is high time for me to
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    thank you for your courage and say in
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    the morning to you the man who put the C
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    and duty of care John C in the morning
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    you mr. Adam curry also in the morning
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    all ships at sea boots on the ground
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    feet in the air
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    subs in the water and all the names and
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    nights out don't get my bongos back in
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    the morning to everyone in the troll
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    room trolls there with their poles pokin
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    away we'd love seeing that thanks for
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    the info the feedback the one-liners
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    it was indeed that finger just so you
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    know and you can find all that merriment
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    and fun at the troll room which is no
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    agenda stream comm 24/7 we've got shows
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    running on it you can hop into the chat
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    room chat away we've got a lot of live
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    shows it's it's a fun place to hang out
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    particularly if you're a troll and then
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    I'd also like to say in the morning to
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    Nick the rat he brought us the artwork
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    for episode 11 27 the title of that was
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    netherland Ian and I realized something
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    about Nick's art which was George
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    Washington from the dollar bill and he's
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    covered in measles spots yeah which
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    signified the money-making efforts of
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    the pharmaceutical industry with the
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    most recent push of the MMR vaccine it
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    had deep man but here's what I
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    discovered yeah a number of people tried
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    to retweet this picture and it did not
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    go it would not retweet and I realize
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    why why it's a picture of money I think
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    the picture of money is a picture of a
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    very small segment of a dollar bill
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    covered in red dots I'm I can find no
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    other explanation for some lunch
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    and the explanation yeah no I agree that
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    it's not money it's not but I think that
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    the algo may have seen that and got okay
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    let's just not do that well that's
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    pretty advanced if they can do that they
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    can do other things then well this is
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    well luck Rob Reiner
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    now there's the question is can they or
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    won't day yeah there you go
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    this is our our value for value network
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    that we've built up over eleven years
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    between our producers who produce the
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    program many of you do a lot in stories
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    I've got a couple things to read today
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    in fact the great clips come in we have
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    artwork as we just showed no agenda our
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    generator calm but then we also have
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    producers who support the program
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    financially which is desperately needed
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    and we'd like to thank some of those
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    people now well let's start with Sir Cal
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    of the lavender blossoms 420 bucks and
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    he says he sent you a note that you're
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    gonna read he did let me see cow mmm he
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    did said and then please see the email I
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    sent you about the rest of the interview
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    during the rubella measles case oh yes
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    okay I did get that and I have I have a
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    little segment about that for later
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    yes let me also say it says John if you
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    ever tried chaga mushroom tease mix with
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    some lion's mane it will work wonders on
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    your memory and immune system had the
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    answers that that query is no are you
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    gonna try it I've never heard of chaga
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    mushroom tea although I have heard of
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    lions me you got try it that's like I
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    never see it maybe we should send me
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    some no I'm sure he can obtain some for
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    you yes I have a funny story from from
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    Cirque I love lavender blossoms org
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    later on ok with it we'll just skip to
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    Sir Patrick Coble well we do we do want
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    to say that we appreciate his coded
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    message of 420 dollars
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    you can find all your fine CBD products
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    yeah he's good yeah Baron Baron Coble
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    here writes uh-oh he 706 we're about
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    ninety nine which is eight do it well
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    sir Coble FC Cygnet power yes but I
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    think sir Coble is a Duke by now yeah I
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    think he's very nervous so he's taking
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    on the Intel donation amount that we had
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    from Baron ATF - see ya so it's three
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    $69.99 these guys are coding each other
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    now we all know Coble and he's not I
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    don't think he works for an intelligence
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    he's not a spook now he's a penetration
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    expert yeah insert joke here yeah I
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    think we don't have to be juvenile about
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    that I mean I would never go that but
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    it'd be juvenile with a joke happy sixth
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    said to his beautiful superstar princess
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    of a daughter Catherine from mr. Patrick
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    and Dame Sarah I love you I need some
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    book writing karma to help on some
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    looming deadlines
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    you've got karma a pain in the ass so
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    I'm so I'm reliably informed well yeah
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    if you ever need any kind of but if you
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    need a pep talk give me a call its
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    surveilled
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    in FEMA region for $300 and surveilled
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    which is one of my favorite night names
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    surveilled thanks for all you do this
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    should raised me to the title of baronet
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    indeed yes and be with us we'll see it
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    that at the ceremony later skeptic
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    hunting LinkedIn yes then we go in to
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    dear Delaware ident
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    what are we drinking this more
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    PG Tips tips I see em guys clawing my
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    way to knighthood as well be at the
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    round table soon I have been listening
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    to old episodes in between new shows and
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    John's chair has been squeaky since at
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    least show one57 what this is an outrage
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    it can't be the same chair yes it is oh
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    yeah now could you just take a picture
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    of just this chair I mean I think the
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    chair needs a little exposure the chairs
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    take a picture of the chair even though
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    I did post a picture of my studio the
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    other day yes okay yeah that was that
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    was very realistic did you photoshop
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    that in GIMP I'm glad you think it's so
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    funny I just find it to be highly
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    amusing no it's the same sure before I
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    forget please send me an invisible No
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    Adams job hold on a second hold on where
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    is it let me
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    you got it it goes that drone that's
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    office oh man I got a whole fleet
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    I got a swarm well you get a free drone
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    with it apparently if you can shoot it
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    out of the sky I would like it Nancy
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    jobs jobs jobs for a friend who got
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    screwed by the Girl Scouts and the truth
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    extraction coat and some tooth
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    extraction goat karma I hoping I do not
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    scream like a goat or a little girl last
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    note my wife was watching a show called
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    disjointed it's about people that run a
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    pot shop in California and seem
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    perfectly funny Netflix did not renew it
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    however an animation came on that made
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    me snap my head around from the other
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    room when I heard it I had to find this
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    online and listen a few times but
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    thought it was great it is every
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    conspiracy theory in just over one
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    minute oh not sure this is the best
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    audio but it covers the reptile reptile
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    reptiles to the moon landing 9/11
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    chemtrails fluoridated water and so much
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    more oh okay well there's a link there
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    so I'll take a look at it after the show
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    Thank You ed and now I'll get a copy of
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    it I'll get a good clip of it was he
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    yeah okay sure he promised yeah I'd like
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    to see what that shows about William Rob
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    tter in Roseville Minnesota 201 and he
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    says NJ n K and then yes I noticed this
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    doing that yeah by coincidence yes two
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    Canadians both and this is weird to me
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    both wanted to take advantage of an old
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    offer of I think it's a standing offer
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    it's not just an old offer it's a
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    standing offer offer you got Canadian
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    money you want to be then you want to
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    take credit for you want to get into
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    this ranks okay we got anonymous and
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    spasm BC $146 is 66 cents they'll have a
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    photo that I posted on Twitter I'll put
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    it in the in the newsletter maybe this
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    is a 202 dollar Canadian dollar donation
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    which comes in at oh my god 140 66 you
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    guys are so hey you know we're not like
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    the other NAFTA douchebags we're helping
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    you guys out we love our Canadians yeah
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    we do we go to Canada Navion dollars
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    sent from the side of the road in spasm
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    thanks to the Hollywood north and a