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1141: Nadster

Adam Curry & John C. Dvorak

2h 49m
May 26th, 2019
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Executive Producers: Sir Rib-ear, Sir Stephen of Oswego, James Varga, Dame Astrid and Sir Mark Duke and Duchess of Japan and all the Disputed Islands in the Japan Sea, Duke Gene of the old Republic of TX

Associate Executive Producers: Sir Vility, Kristoffer Walker, Sir Mark Wilson, Baron of Glasgow

Cover Art by Darren O'Neill

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Chapters

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Start of Show
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0:35
Massive Asteroid With Its Own Moon Will Pass by Earth
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1:16
First Woman On The Moon Mission
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4:41
PodfatherGear.com
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11:04
Theresa May Resigns as Prime Minister of the UK
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15:32
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker Lashes Out at Stupid Nationalists
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18:16
Trump Tweets Edited Video of Nancy Pelosi
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28:24
Facebook Executive Monika Bickert Interview by CNN's Anderson Cooper
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38:11
Trump Tweets Edited Video of Nancy Pelosi (continued)
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45:02
US Congressman Jerry Nadler Appears To Pass Out During Press Conference
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48:11
Where Is Ruth Bader Ginsburg?
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49:31
Nancy Pelosi: "I Think I Respect The Office Of The Presidency More Than The President Does"
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52:32
Need To Impeach Advertisement
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55:12
Trump Issues A Declassification Order to Attorney General William Barr
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56:20
Loretta Lynch Denies Telling James Comey to Call Hillary Investigation a "Matter"
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1:00:22
Untitled
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1:04:11
Julian Assange Indicted in the US Under the Espionage Act
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1:13:34
Credits
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1:32:24
Never Trumpers
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1:32:57
Trump Signs Memorandum Requiring Sponsors of Immigrants To Pay For Social Services
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1:36:36
`Skin in the Game` Phrase
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1:37:26
Powerline Networking
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1:41:19
US Cities in Decay
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1:43:38
Lawsuit Filed Against Apple For Violating Privacy Laws by Sharing iTunes Listening Data
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1:44:49
Video Privacy Protection Act
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1:46:09
Video Privacy Protection Act Amendments Act of 2012
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1:48:06
Producer Note: Gmail Tracking
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1:55:25
Hoboken Residents Complain About E-Scooter Program
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1:59:42
Senate Resolution 165: "A Resolution Recognizing The Importance of Vaccinations and Immunizations in the United States"
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2:00:30
Vaccinations Safety in Europe
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2:03:15
New Hampshire Measle Case Likely Caused by Vaccine
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2:04:09
Ebola Outbreak in The Democratic Republic of The Congo
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2:06:45
China Daily: "Vaccines Tested to Combat African Swine Fever"
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2:07:56
Syria
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2:07:57
Untiled
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2:14:00
Former CIA's Chief of Disguise Jonna Mendez on Aliases with Three Names
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2:15:58
Donations
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2:25:39
Birthdays & Title Changes
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2:27:40
Meetups
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2:28:30
AC's Anonymous Wedding Gift
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2:29:22
Eurovision Song Contest 2020 Livestream
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2:30:47
Milkshake Mania
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2:34:56
Lindsey Graham Explains Impeachment in Congress During Clinton Administration
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2:36:39
Naomi Wolf's Book Corrected by Host in BBC Interview
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2:41:07
End of Show
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    and into a droid
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    Adam curry nation media assassination
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    episode 1141 this is no agenda
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    everybody Madame Curie from northern
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    Silicon Valley where we're awaiting 1999
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    kw4 I know I'm missing some cultural
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    reference no you're missing the fact
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    that an asteroid with a moon fling fling
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    and or an asteroid that's shaped like a
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    spinning top uh-huh a little bitty moon
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    going around it I is it headed towards
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    us is it going to slam into us no ow oh
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    my god gravitational pull though it at
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    least jerk that moon out of orbit how
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    far away is it I don't know I know it he
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    was hitting space junk
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    oh it's not that close space junk is
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    pretty close to her in the scheme of
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    things pretty close to the surface Oh
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    totally you know I was looking up
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    because of this 2024 won't first woman
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    on the first woman next man on the moon
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    mission and first of all well first of
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    all the the NASA exec quit just a few
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    weeks after he was appointed because
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    apparently you know the budget is not
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    not what you thinks it should be or yeah
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    mark sir angela was tapped evasion spend
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    so much money wasting it on global
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    warming studies well so funny so here's
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    here's my here's what I've been looking
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    at the the main thing people say why we
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    haven't been to the moon since the 60s
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    and 70s essentially 50 years ago for the
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    first time is a cost issue this is what
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    I keep hearing everyone say like can we
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    really we pulled out all the stops we
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    just we've poured all the money we had
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    into it and we made it to the moon
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    so the total cost of the entire Apollo
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    program which includes all of the
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    rockets every all the six missions that
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    landed on the moon was twenty five point
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    four billion dollars as reported to
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    Congress in 1973
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    yeah adjusted for inflation that would
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    be a 150 billion dollars today I don't
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    believe that number I believe that never
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    be closer to 250 you have to you're
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    using the bogus inflation numbers that
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    the government have been dude this is
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    the real just before you get into that
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    so 250 million that's fine billion
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    billion divided by 6 is 41 billion
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    dollars for one mission to go to the
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    moon yeah well she's affordable well
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    right now nASA has a total budget of
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    about 20 billion with some bullcrap
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    extra let's give him another billion to
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    take him to the moon are we serious
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    about this or not how much is it really
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    gonna cost do we not want to 50 billion
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    50 billion well there's no 50 billion
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    being spent so I don't see how it'll
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    ever happen you think the whole thing's
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    is just a public relations scam oh I
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    can't wait until I was 20 24 can't come
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    fast enough for me to laugh my ass off
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    Wow okay I just don't I can't take it
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    seriously if we're not gonna put up the
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    right amount of money well then I don't
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    take it seriously anyway well this is a
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    fact somebody write up the story of the
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    Saturn 5 rocket that's the thing that
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    got it if we went to the moon that's how
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    we got there we don't even have a rocket
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    that's half that size doesn't seem like
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    such a big deal is it so hard to just
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    build a bigger rocket
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    I don't know why they haven't built
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    another Saturn 5 that was the biggest
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    rocket we've ever built
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    Steve's the things decisive Empire State
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    Building it's as huge really is that's
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    all that's crazy no that's not that tall
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    but that would be kind of cool don't you
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    think
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    well okay more misinformation Dvorak
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    you're not helping that's confusing me
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    ah I just want to mention one thing and
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    maybe you've had this moment but we were
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    reviewing some of the pictures and
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    videos mainly videos from the wedding
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    extravaganza of the century uh-huh and I
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    have to say with sadness and
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    disappointment that I really believe I'm
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    a better dancer than I am holy crap I
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    look complete I'm just gonna have to say
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    it I look retarded
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    it's a whore and I'm thinking like yeah
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    baby I'm nailing this here everybody and
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    I look like a like I was like one of
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    those things outside of the second-hand
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    car dealership those inflatable there's
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    all over the place is horrible horrible
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    oh I've really thought I was better than
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    that well so I had to do something to
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    make myself feel good and I spent the
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    past your race the videos I wish no I
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    spent the past two days doing something
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    that promised for many years and I
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    finally got it together
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    Zumba closed pod father gear.com I
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    finally documented it wrote it all up
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    exported all my settings pod father gear
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    calm you can and it's all there you can
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    see what I use my own configuration
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    files you can install them get
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    everything up and running with my
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    baseline shows exactly which widgets and
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    and boxes I use released under the value
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    for value model of course well let's
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    stop immediately here and the value
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    value Mel's gonna pay zero
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    yard there's nothing I'm not running a
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    bunch of cheap crap no well no it's not
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    cheap but it's not crazy expensive
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    either just close to it for most
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    podcasters the main box is five hundred
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    and ninety five dollars and you can get
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    quite away with with that I mean that
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    you'd still don't have to get it by the
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    plugins no no no mark of the unicorn you
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    were talking about mark of the unicorn
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    has the compressor limiter EQ all of
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    that built in you need no extra no extra
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    stuff so I'm basically on on a a
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    bare-bones box I'm running barefoot John
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    ooh you almost sound like Alex Jones
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    doing that done it it was my CD trucker
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    yeah anyway Alex Joe the same thing
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    anyway so I put it all up there and
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    hopefully and I also realized that as
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    I'm putting that sound like I could
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    probably make a good sound on any device
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    I think about it just with the right
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    amount of time and and to be fair with
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    the right partner who is incredibly
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    consistent and doesn't mind counting to
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    a hundred as often as I ask them to you
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    can say that but the other side of it is
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    you're not gonna do that a for sure do
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    what just try to try to make good sound
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    on anything because you're your real
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    goal is to make the whole thing so
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    portable that you could go travel with
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    you that means exactly do that with just
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    anything you can't have a true bunch of
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    big boxes after this exercise and I'm
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    kind of looking around like I wonder
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    what other visit any new boxes out there
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    I'm just looking stuff like I could
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    probably make it work with that I could
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    make it work with that they're all this
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    nothing is cheaper nothing is is geared
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    towards podcasters but now at least
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    people have a little example of of how I
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    do it
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    Horowitz uses the dreaded road caster
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    and he blew out his files blew up Oh
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    what happens you hear about this no no
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    no I mean he's he sends me stuff all the
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    time we discussed the sound and I'll ask
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    him what he's doing and you know this
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    sometimes it's better than others but he
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    didn't tell me about the files blowing
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    up yeah a couple the first time he used
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    the road caster he had to use the backup
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    files because the road hazard didn't
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    blow up the whole file by a trash the
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    end of the file
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    oh so they had yes I'm sort of a EOF
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    problem she had to pull it from tape huh
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    I had recorded it using the recording
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    capabilities of Skype and unbeknownst to
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    me it automatically sends him the file
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    huh I didn't know you can do that with
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    Skype do what record is that stock now
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    with Skype it would appear to start
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    recording Wow look at that start
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    recording us right in there yeah huh I
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    thought you were arguing with me the
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    other day that it was always there start
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    recording let me see what and then when
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    you did at least this case but it's done
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    no my guess is maybe some sort of a
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    courtesy so I just record a little bit
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    and then finalizing so it'll probably
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    send that to you no interesting I had no
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    idea well those skype guys aren't stupid
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    and it is part of my standard set up I
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    even show how to configure it anyway so
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    that made me feel much better about my
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    my
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    dream Lee white boy dancing it's not as
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    I look like an old man have the video
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    available to me I had no idea John don't
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    worry I wouldn't want to you know did
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    you do the conga well without looking
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    like an old fart and we forgot to
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    mention that
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    Andrew Horowitz and his wife started a
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    conga line at the wedding I have to say
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    that was from one too many cruise that
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    was fantastic
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    never expected things I never expected
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    at my wedding a conga line and then he's
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    like hey we're gonna do Soul Train now
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    jamun
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    the DJ the only black guy at the wedding
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    is like raising his eyebrows like you
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    doing Soul Train okay anyway hey um I
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    can reach to make whit let's start with
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    that
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    yeah yeah that was pretty interesting I
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    do have the last tears yeah I got the
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    end of the touchy talk to her about ten
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    minutes they made it sound she's bawling
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    all the way through just cracked at the
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    end yeah she at the end she finally
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    folded and she would want it wandered
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    off and they have all these pictures of
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    her there floating around I had one in
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    the newsletter of her just making a kind
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    of a sorrowful face and of course the
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    media when she cried her way through it
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    you know they go on and on that the
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    British media hated her for some reason
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    nobody about the British public hates
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    her
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    I will shortly leave the job that it has
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    been the honor of my life to hold
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    the second female Prime Minister I'm
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    calling bullshit here Dvorak I think you
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    slowed this down the maker said more
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    emotional but certainly not the last I
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    do so with no ill will but with enormous
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    and enduring gratitude to have had the
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    opportunity to serve the country all
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    that is nice so just serve the country I
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    love actually mine does sound a bit
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    faster than yours you hear that yeah
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    maybe it is there's nobody much but it
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    just kind of showed oh you'd love to you
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    didn't get the end of because I
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    definitely boosted the clip-clop
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    clip-clop as she left
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    oh no I cut that off of the the I so I
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    have it in my clip but it was so what
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    this really showed is for two seconds
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    for a moment there the reptilian gene
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    slunk away and it was a human being who
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    cared about something as sadly was
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    herself and that's I think what the
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    British public took took what is the
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    word I'm looking for
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    took offense to they're like whoa now
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    you cry now you've had a problem yeah
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    maybe but it wasn't it wasn't like we
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    didn't expect and yeah pass the first
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    rebuke of her idea gotta gather you now
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    what happens mojo mojo I don't think so
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    I think it's gonna be I think his Gulf
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    this guy gov gov it goes he's gonna be
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    the guy think he's gonna get in hmm he's
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    a brexit guy probably a little more of
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    the hell with it let's just get out
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    mm-hmm which I think Boris Johnson would
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    be like that too
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    to some extent of course he would that's
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    the that's what he's all about
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    there's never been any reason to do
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    these deals you got WTO as your as your
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    backup right
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    okay so who's this guy gov I mean now
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    and now I need to know you can't just
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    play a clip of Theresa May and then say
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    I think is gonna be someone else well
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    it's gonna be someone else no matter who
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    it is but hey I expected more you don't
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    have it okay I don't have it in front of
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    you no because it wasn't I should have
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    said anything but he's the guy he's been
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    around he's been floating around he's
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    like one of the he's like Reese MOG that
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    guy mm-hmm who's also there's a very
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    old-fashioned British career talks you
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    know very slowly and deliberately and
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    they there's a lot of the understatement
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    right and this is one of the two guys
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    this gum care achter well what will be
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    interesting to see later today is all
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    the returns of the European Parliament
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    elections to see how the brexit party
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    did that's Faraj is EU party yeah I
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    think that may even matter a little bit
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    more now who cares who comes in and in
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    Britain they have no intention of
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    briggsie no matter who it is
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    don't care if it's Boris Johnson they
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    have no intention of doing that people's
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    vote and do-over you did it wrong do it
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    again the bankers in London you think
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    they feel that this better off
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    everything's better off of things the
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    way they are with this connection to the
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    EU and they can be the little banking
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    community a little Switzerland in the
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    middle of the bridle of the UK right
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    doing their thing and cleaning up on on
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    service fees and the expectation is that
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    a lot of populist / nationalist leaders
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    and parties will gain a foothold in the
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    European Parliament didn't turn out that
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    way and then although it was an
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    interesting and good result for a very
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    young party there's the the F V D the
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    forum for Democracy party which is
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    right-wing but and distance themselves
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    from from feared builder's party and
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    Haiti so he would be right right right
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    wing and they're like kind of right-wing
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    but they came in third so they do get a
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    couple of seats in European Parliament
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    but it was the Workers Party the party
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    of the workers PvdA with our boy
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    upfront it would be this holiday yes yes
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    at the spits in Canada that would be my
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    my globalist buddy France timber months
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    so there's a he has he has a really good
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    shot a junker who's exiting the position
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    did an interview with they it was CNN
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    International and he was asked about you
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    know this very issue what do you think
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    about the populist the nationalists who
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    are rising all over Europe and his
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    response went noted by many these
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    populist nationalist countries of the
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    European Union society don't like those
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    coming from far away I do like those
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    come from coming from far away because
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    the main guiding principle of the
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    European units would be solidarity they
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    are stupid they love their own countries
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    like a non sequitur it's about unity
  • 17:27
    what well if you're a globalist it is a
  • 17:32
    unity yeah now we're talking but those
  • 17:35
    who who love their own country they
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    stupid doesn't that just say enough
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    right there yeah it pretty much sums it
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    up how stupid are you that you love your
  • 17:45
    own country yeah let me see that again
  • 17:49
    this populist nationalist stupid so
  • 17:52
    naturally country it's crazy
  • 17:56
    love with their own country why do you
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    do this this is not good they want to
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    love the European Union good luck with
  • 18:05
    that well it's always been a fool's
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    errand yes just a certain degree for
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    sure for sure um let me see
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    well there is stuff going on I don't
  • 18:19
    know exactly where to start talk about
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    my speeds being off you
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    so he has some issues with my browser I
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    fixed it with your browser before they
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    fixed that I had stuff that sounds like
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    this place squeaky Jew this is a Judith
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    Woodward on on the NewsHour squeaky judy
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    - no 1 or 2 2 to play - and now we turn
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    to the analysis of shields and Brooks
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    that is syndicated columnist mark
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    shields and New York Times columnist
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    David Brooks huh now - now you play
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    squeaky brooks
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    squeaky brooks hold on confusing me here
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    if when I look at the Salafis candidates
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    them yeah I heard this with you with
  • 19:01
    with your previous clip it sounds like a
  • 19:03
    doubling or something there's something
  • 19:04
    weird if when I look at the Salafis
  • 19:06
    candidates I'm first struck by how the
  • 19:08
    self-esteem movement was actually very
  • 19:09
    effective it sounds like you're
  • 19:11
    recording it twice like it's going
  • 19:14
    through science it's almost phasing but
  • 19:15
    I look at the president are you is this
  • 19:20
    an effect you're doing to make it happen
  • 19:24
    don't worry about it's never gonna
  • 19:25
    happen again
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    well okay this is interesting though
  • 19:29
    that this happened to you because this
  • 19:33
    was one of the most to me very
  • 19:35
    interesting Ministry of Truth eNOS
  • 19:38
    exercises that we went through with this
  • 19:40
    the doctored video
  • 19:46
    before we play the did you get to die
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    did I don't think I have a copy of I do
  • 19:51
    it right for you i watch it last night I
  • 19:53
    have the I do have this to play I have
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    the event at which Pelosi was on she was
  • 20:01
    at some some progressive deal and she I
  • 20:07
    see where my Pelosi Trump walk out I
  • 20:11
    mean I have the clip that you're talking
  • 20:13
    about so I have all this I suppose
  • 20:15
    Pelosi at progressives events is the
  • 20:18
    clip I'm talking about okay this is the
  • 20:22
    actual feed from the event at regular
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    speed and she sounds terrible I mean the
  • 20:31
    yeah they slowed her way down and make
  • 20:34
    her sound drunk but they used to do that
  • 20:35
    with George stop stop no stop stop
  • 20:38
    you're going you're going way way ahead
  • 20:40
    of what's happening here
  • 20:41
    alright first then okay I'm just gonna
  • 20:45
    keep your clip there I think it's long I
  • 20:47
    see so I just want to make sure that we
  • 20:49
    get to the action first the genesis of
  • 20:51
    what happened because there was the
  • 20:56
    back-and-forth between Trump and Pelosi
  • 21:00
    which started with Pelosi and let me see
  • 21:06
    the one that I want here is now you've
  • 21:12
    confused me I was so right oh here we go
  • 21:13
    yes this is the back and forth this
  • 21:16
    thing keeps escalating in a brawl of
  • 21:19
    words after the infrastructure meeting
  • 21:21
    imploded yesterday and the president
  • 21:23
    said basically call me when you're done
  • 21:26
    investigating and then we will get some
  • 21:28
    work done
  • 21:29
    Nancy Pelosi did not like that so she
  • 21:32
    called him basically unwell I pray for
  • 21:36
    the President of the United States I
  • 21:38
    wish that his family or his
  • 21:40
    administration or his staff would have
  • 21:42
    an intervention for the good of the
  • 21:44
    country
  • 21:45
    I am so the president was not happy
  • 21:50
    about that ever the counter-puncher late
  • 21:52
    today he let her have it over the
  • 21:56
    inaction on the new trade deal with
  • 21:58
    Mexico and Canada that he very much
  • 22:00
    wants to get signed
  • 22:02
    she's a mess look let's face it she
  • 22:04
    doesn't understand it and they sort of
  • 22:07
    feel she's disintegrating before the
  • 22:09
    rush crazy Nancy can I tell you what
  • 22:11
    I've been watching her and I have I have
  • 22:13
    been watching her for a long period of
  • 22:15
    time she's not the same person she's
  • 22:18
    lost it it was sad when I watched Nancy
  • 22:21
    all-moving the movement in the hands and
  • 22:24
    the craziness and I watched that's by
  • 22:27
    the way a person that's got some
  • 22:28
    problems okay
  • 22:30
    this was the genesis of the back and
  • 22:32
    forth and then the president tweeted out
  • 22:36
    this video we had a little custody
  • 22:42
    custody of the border preparing border
  • 22:44
    everyone and they started making sending
  • 22:48
    signals the US Mexico Canada if that's
  • 22:52
    not the accurate some people call it
  • 22:54
    after NAFTA some call it and after two
  • 22:57
    point over working together to make that
  • 23:00
    pass that not where with the fact the
  • 23:05
    three things there are three things
  • 23:06
    there are three things that was the
  • 23:11
    exact video that I got it from his tweet
  • 23:13
    the Trump tweeted out that was not
  • 23:16
    slowed down and the reason why the three
  • 23:19
    things three things three things was
  • 23:21
    repeated because she keeps holding up
  • 23:22
    two fingers when she says three things
  • 23:24
    so it made her look very stupid it was
  • 23:27
    edited of her bumbling and stumbling but
  • 23:30
    it was not slowed down but this is what
  • 23:32
    interests me is the the team Pelosi or
  • 23:35
    whatever bugle call goes out immediately
  • 23:38
    uh-oh she looks like she has medical
  • 23:41
    issues and this distraction was created
  • 23:44
    and I'm not quite sure how it you know
  • 23:47
    how maybe Rudy Giuliani had to do this
  • 23:49
    to do with something but then then then
  • 23:52
    that for a little while there for maybe
  • 23:54
    an hour to Trump tweeted out a fake
  • 23:57
    video
  • 23:57
    doctored videos and then when they
  • 24:00
    realized that it wasn't this slowed down
  • 24:02
    video I have the example here from NBC
  • 24:05
    about the impact that altered videos
  • 24:07
    could have on the next election after a
  • 24:09
    manipulated video of House Speaker Nancy
  • 24:12
    Pelosi went viral and after the
  • 24:14
    president retweeted another heavily
  • 24:16
    edited video you see this it was
  • 24:18
    fantastically done oh my god she looks
  • 24:22
    like she's like she's she's dying she
  • 24:25
    it's not a good video it's not a good
  • 24:27
    look it's not a good sound they bring in
  • 24:30
    some other video that was not even in
  • 24:32
    play at all yes the Speaker of the House
  • 24:36
    Tom Costello has that story
  • 24:38
    one day after that bitter and personal
  • 24:41
    clash both President Trump and Speaker
  • 24:43
    Pelosi were today dialing it down but
  • 24:45
    tonight this video edited to make Pelosi
  • 24:48
    appear as if she were slurring her words
  • 24:49
    has gone viral raising serious concerns
  • 24:53
    okay then they bring in experts on this
  • 24:55
    thing Nessa's now that what Trump is
  • 24:57
    tweeted is already behind us although
  • 24:59
    Trump orange man bad he did tweeted out
  • 25:02
    a doctored V now it's doctored it used
  • 25:04
    to be heavily edited now it's doctored
  • 25:07
    it's been doctored rated they combined
  • 25:10
    the two items purposely and made it look
  • 25:13
    as though Trump sent out the copies of
  • 25:15
    the way I was talking slow and by the
  • 25:17
    way I want to stop right now and mention
  • 25:19
    they did this to Bush constantly of
  • 25:23
    course they did of course but that and
  • 25:26
    that's what I'm seeing here is complicit
  • 25:29
    behavior we're not once have you seen
  • 25:32
    the video on mainstream that Trump
  • 25:36
    tweeted out instead you get stories like
  • 25:38
    this
  • 25:38
    we want to show you this video first
  • 25:40
    we're going to show you the real video
  • 25:42
    of Nancy Pelosi speaking a couple of
  • 25:44
    days ago and then we're going to show
  • 25:45
    you the fake one which has been slowed
  • 25:47
    down the audio slowed down to make it
  • 25:49
    appear as if speaker Pelosi has been
  • 25:52
    slurring her words and then he had a
  • 25:54
    press conference in the Rose Garden with
  • 25:56
    all this short sort of visuals that
  • 25:59
    obviously were planned long before and
  • 26:02
    then he had a press conference in the
  • 26:04
    Rose Garden we
  • 26:06
    this sure visuals that obviously were
  • 26:11
    planned long before so you can hear that
  • 26:14
    edit there you know when you see it
  • 26:16
    side-by-side it might seem obvious but
  • 26:17
    when you encounter this on your Facebook
  • 26:19
    newsfeed as a standalone it might not
  • 26:22
    seem as obvious and look you know
  • 26:24
    doctored videos hoaxes online if very
  • 26:27
    obvious or as old as the internet itself
  • 26:30
    what is unprecedented oh is social media
  • 26:32
    gives people the ability to put a fake
  • 26:35
    video out there and have a quickly
  • 26:36
    viewed by millions of people this video
  • 26:39
    has been removed from YouTube they said
  • 26:41
    that it broke their policies that it is
  • 26:44
    misleading Facebook on the other hand
  • 26:46
    the video is still updating if they
  • 26:48
    essentially said it doesn't break their
  • 26:49
    rules that they are having fact-checkers
  • 26:51
    take a look at it but just a few minutes
  • 26:53
    ago I checked online one version of the
  • 26:55
    video on Facebook has been viewed almost
  • 26:56
    two and a half million times Twitter the
  • 27:00
    president's favorite social media
  • 27:01
    platform had nothing to say about this
  • 27:04
    video which is still circulating on
  • 27:06
    their platform this morning Tony I think
  • 27:08
    it is really incumbent upon us to
  • 27:10
    educate read how their doctor yes that's
  • 27:20
    our job we're here to inform you
  • 27:22
    citizens that you need to look out for
  • 27:23
    these doctored videos but the video that
  • 27:27
    that it started with is not even played
  • 27:29
    anymore now it's just gone into this
  • 27:31
    complete stratosphere and by the way
  • 27:34
    YouTube took it off YouTube took the
  • 27:38
    video down Facebook didn't this was a
  • 27:41
    problem for CIA mockingbirds Anderson
  • 27:45
    Cooper he just could not believe what
  • 27:48
    was happening and I got two clips I'm so
  • 27:51
    happy he spent nine minutes with a
  • 27:54
    spokes hole from face bag why they
  • 27:56
    weren't and we're already beyond the
  • 27:58
    video Trump tweeted out this is now
  • 28:00
    something away mm-hmm by the way they
  • 28:03
    the meet it was a meme characterization
  • 28:06
    that Trump refused to take the video
  • 28:09
    down implying it was this video exactly
  • 28:12
    and you know I don't know who made who
  • 28:15
    made this slowed down video
  • 28:18
    the only place I've seen it is NBC but
  • 28:21
    NBC and CNN I think they made it they
  • 28:24
    made it listen to pooper with the
  • 28:26
    what's-her-name here this is the this is
  • 28:31
    vice president the vice-president of
  • 28:34
    product policy and counterterrorism
  • 28:38
    counterterrorism Monica Baker's Facebook
  • 28:42
    counterterrorism with Anderson Cooper so
  • 28:44
    Monica in the wake of the 2016 election
  • 28:46
    obviously Facebook has repeatedly told
  • 28:48
    Congress the American people that you're
  • 28:50
    serious about fighting disinformation
  • 28:51
    and fake news yet this doctorate video I
  • 28:54
    think your own fact checkers acknowledge
  • 28:57
    is doctored of a speaker Pelosi remains
  • 28:59
    on your platform this word doctored it's
  • 29:02
    never it was always deceptively edited
  • 29:04
    now we've come I wonder where the term
  • 29:06
    doctored who launched that besides NBC
  • 29:10
    you have or CNN doctored and what does
  • 29:13
    that mean it's just by the way I want to
  • 29:14
    put this in the same category as glitch
  • 29:16
    yes what exactly does doctored mean
  • 29:19
    thank you doctored definition is that a
  • 29:23
    good thing if I'm doctor doesn't mean
  • 29:24
    I'm getting healthier Adams been
  • 29:28
    doctored it treat someone medically he
  • 29:32
    contemplated giving up doctoring being
  • 29:34
    doctored okay why well you know first
  • 29:38
    off I think the suggestion there is that
  • 29:39
    we haven't taken action and that's not
  • 29:41
    right we have acted anybody who is
  • 29:44
    seeing this video in news feed anyone
  • 29:46
    who is going to share it to say I listen
  • 29:48
    to this so face bag didn't take it down
  • 29:50
    but listen to what they do when
  • 29:52
    Washington DC puts out a call but he
  • 29:54
    else anybody who has shared it in the
  • 29:56
    past they are being alerted that this
  • 29:58
    video is false and this is part of the
  • 30:00
    way that we deal with misinformation we
  • 30:02
    work with the internationally certified
  • 30:05
    fact-checking organizations
  • 30:07
    internationally certified oh where can
  • 30:12
    we get some certifications the certifier
  • 30:14
    that's why I stopped I'd love to know
  • 30:17
    certifier who's the certified we stopped
  • 30:21
    hold on don't stop again let me guess
  • 30:24
    Cooper immediately asks a sir
  • 30:28
    who is the certifier for this this this
  • 30:32
    fact-checking operation who who does the
  • 30:35
    certification were you watching sure to
  • 30:37
    pass they are being alerted that this
  • 30:40
    video is false and this is part of the
  • 30:42
    way that we deal with misinformation we
  • 30:44
    work with the internationally certified
  • 30:47
    fact-checking organizations that are
  • 30:49
    independent from Facebook and we think
  • 30:50
    these are the right organizations to be
  • 30:52
    making decisions about whether something
  • 30:53
    is true or false and as soon as we get
  • 30:56
    and we did in this case it's just we get
  • 30:58
    a rating from them that content is false
  • 31:00
    then we dramatically reduce the
  • 31:02
    distribution of that content and we love
  • 31:04
    you people it's false so they can make
  • 31:06
    an informed choice
  • 31:06
    whatwhy cleans it up yeah if there were
  • 31:09
    misinformation that was let's say it
  • 31:11
    tied to an ongoing riot or the threat of
  • 31:13
    some physical violence somewhere in the
  • 31:15
    world we would work with safety
  • 31:17
    organizations on the ground to confirm
  • 31:19
    falsity and the links of violence and
  • 31:21
    then we actually would remove that
  • 31:22
    misinformation that doesn't promote
  • 31:25
    violence but misinformation that you
  • 31:28
    know portrays the third most powerful
  • 31:31
    you know politician in for some how
  • 31:37
    impaired that's fine that's fine so the
  • 31:41
    International fact-check Network has a
  • 31:44
    code of principles and an advisory board
  • 31:48
    the international fact-checking network
  • 31:50
    has seven councillors who represent the
  • 31:52
    geographical diversity of the network
  • 31:55
    they are pioneers in the development and
  • 31:57
    implementation of fact-checking in their
  • 31:59
    countries and regions all board members
  • 32:01
    are unpaid the advisory boards main role
  • 32:06
    is to help oversee the verification
  • 32:08
    process of the code of principles but it
  • 32:11
    is also consulted on all matters of
  • 32:13
    other decisions that have an
  • 32:14
    international relevance for fact
  • 32:16
    checkers let's meet them let's meet
  • 32:18
    these advisors let's see who we have
  • 32:19
    here
  • 32:20
    Angie Hollen she is the editor of
  • 32:23
    PolitiFact
  • 32:24
    Clara Jimenez Cruz she is a Spanish
  • 32:30
    journal Glenn Kessler
  • 32:34
    editor-in-chief writer of the
  • 32:35
    fact-checker he is a journalism career
  • 32:38
    spanning more than three decades Govind
  • 32:44
    Raj Etheridge hmm he's from India
  • 32:49
    Laura Zoomer good four and let's see
  • 32:54
    well he has over 25 years focused on
  • 32:56
    fact-checking and fake news busting in
  • 32:58
    India 25 years the man is fantastic 25
  • 33:04
    years he's been doing this on the
  • 33:05
    internet apparently huh Laura zomer
  • 33:08
    editor-in-chief at XI Cueto the first
  • 33:11
    initiative of fact-checking and
  • 33:12
    verification of public discourse in
  • 33:14
    Latin America okay and no komak gato he
  • 33:18
    has extensive career in the media sector
  • 33:20
    as a journalist and manager twenty years
  • 33:22
    of experience in Africa oh and then we
  • 33:26
    have one more tease Jean Chevette Ninian
  • 33:29
    she's from Bosnia Herzegovina no one
  • 33:32
    from America
  • 33:33
    oh yeah a PolitiFact angie is from
  • 33:35
    PolitiFact yeah so those are the people
  • 33:39
    who determine who can be nobody from
  • 33:42
    Snopes now there they are member of the
  • 33:45
    fact-check network but here's how they
  • 33:47
    but if you want to if you want to become
  • 33:51
    a fact-checker
  • 33:51
    we can do it and we can actually I think
  • 33:54
    we should we can get a little
  • 33:55
    verification badge oh cool step one
  • 33:58
    application yes
  • 34:00
    which includes the non-refundable fee of
  • 34:02
    $200 okay
  • 34:04
    seem steep and then the assessment Oh
  • 34:08
    external Assessors will we'll check this
  • 34:11
    who are the external Assessors Lauren
  • 34:16
    bigot well there you go
  • 34:19
    Lauren bigot is the fizz the one who
  • 34:22
    will be looking at our assessment please
  • 34:25
    this is crazy
  • 34:29
    so it's a big intellectual network of
  • 34:32
    Yahoo's yeah theater now Cooper took it
  • 34:36
    one step further and this is really
  • 34:37
    really what gave me great joy to listen
  • 34:40
    to this because here you have him seeing
  • 34:42
    face bag is an incredible adversary and
  • 34:45
    they're not playing fair I guess I still
  • 34:47
    just don't logically understand I
  • 34:50
    understand you it's a it's a big
  • 34:52
    business to get into of trying to figure
  • 34:54
    out what's true or not but you're making
  • 34:56
    money by being in the news business if
  • 34:58
    you can't do it well shouldn't you just
  • 35:00
    get out of the news business now I'd
  • 35:02
    love that he's saying they're in the
  • 35:04
    news business all of a sudden okay I
  • 35:07
    reject the notion that we're not doing a
  • 35:09
    lot to counter misinformation I just say
  • 35:11
    you're not doing a lot I'm just saying
  • 35:12
    if you are you are in this particular
  • 35:16
    case is spreading and allowing the
  • 35:18
    spread I mean clearly false doctored
  • 35:21
    video again you're in the news business
  • 35:24
    there's a responsibility that comes with
  • 35:26
    that and this is this isn't even a
  • 35:29
    question
  • 35:32
    yeah
  • 35:33
    the doctored video itself tell me if I'm
  • 35:37
    wrong here is news work it's news of
  • 35:40
    course it is this news or news and it's
  • 35:42
    newsworthy so why wouldn't you believe
  • 35:46
    it as isn't just tell people we think
  • 35:48
    this is a fake just of course he knows
  • 35:51
    that the doctored video is news because
  • 35:55
    he's covering it all the crap this guy
  • 35:58
    well well but I think he's look he's
  • 36:00
    he's part of the system and for him to
  • 36:04
    say repeatedly you're in the news
  • 36:05
    business I think he was really drawing
  • 36:08
    her out he wanted her to admit that
  • 36:10
    they're in the news business cuz once
  • 36:12
    once face bag admits that then it's all
  • 36:15
    over then all of this the D platforming
  • 36:18
    neo hiding shadow banning lowering
  • 36:22
    significance in the feed all of this
  • 36:24
    stuff becomes very relevant to section
  • 36:28
    2:03 of the communications and indecency
  • 36:32
    act then all of a sudden you are
  • 36:36
    editorializing well they're not really
  • 36:39
    in the news business but you know I know
  • 36:41
    but he's trying to get her to admit to
  • 36:44
    it and saying by the mere fact you
  • 36:47
    distribute this you're in the news
  • 36:50
    business yeah and this is this isn't
  • 36:54
    even a question we are in the news
  • 36:56
    business we are in the social media
  • 36:57
    business to share the reason you're
  • 37:00
    sharing news is could you make money
  • 37:02
    from it it keeps people watching you oh
  • 37:03
    no I understand
  • 37:05
    if you make money from it then you're in
  • 37:07
    the news business okay thanks Anders to
  • 37:09
    learn more involved in your site which I
  • 37:11
    get and that's fair but if you're in the
  • 37:13
    news business which you are you got to
  • 37:15
    do it right and this is false
  • 37:17
    information you are spies doing it right
  • 37:27
    lovely ironic you got to do it right and
  • 37:31
    this is false information you are
  • 37:33
    spreading but we have a site where
  • 37:36
    people can come and share what they
  • 37:38
    think what's important to them the news
  • 37:40
    that they find relevant and when they do
  • 37:42
    that we want to make sure that they have
  • 37:44
    access to accurate information if
  • 37:45
    there's a threat of safety if we're
  • 37:47
    talking about terror propaganda that's
  • 37:49
    something where we can actually assess
  • 37:51
    that on its face and say yes we can pull
  • 37:54
    it down when you're talking to a
  • 37:56
    political discourse after nine minutes
  • 37:58
    of this crap yeah I'd be arks
  • 38:04
    information that's related to safety we
  • 38:06
    can and we do remove it Danny went on on
  • 38:09
    huh well while we're on the product
  • 38:12
    process if you got to do it right we
  • 38:15
    might as well play this from CNN this is
  • 38:20
    let's see this is the Scarborough on
  • 38:23
    Trump's mental decline Oh yesterday
  • 38:26
    President Trump continued dude what I
  • 38:29
    don't know yeah you're right something
  • 38:31
    went wrong with you say don't worry
  • 38:32
    about it fixed okay good Oh day
  • 38:35
    yesterday President Trump continued to
  • 38:38
    erupt last night because the house
  • 38:41
    speaker said that he threw a quote
  • 38:43
    temper tantrum tweeting after 9 p.m.
  • 38:46
    last night the president shared a video
  • 38:50
    edited to show Nancy Pelosi stammering
  • 38:54
    during a news conference with anchors
  • 38:57
    suggesting the speaker is in a mental
  • 39:01
    decline fake videos of Pelosi altered to
  • 39:06
    make her sound as if she is blurring her
  • 39:09
    words has spread online in recent days
  • 39:12
    interesting wonder what that's about
  • 39:15
    well the privately there what sucks
  • 39:17
    we've been about around this block
  • 39:19
    before the president of course during
  • 39:22
    the campaign we've said that people
  • 39:23
    closest to him told us that they feared
  • 39:26
    that he was a mental decline people very
  • 39:30
    close to him
  • 39:32
    I told us that they feared that he was
  • 39:34
    in pre dementia that he had changed you
  • 39:37
    you watch Donald Trump in the late-1980s
  • 39:40
    watch him even though the 90s you watch
  • 39:42
    him now he is completely changed I know
  • 39:46
    Nancy Pelosi and been working with her
  • 39:48
    since 1998 her this week a quarter of a
  • 39:55
    century of no Nancy Pelosi I can tell
  • 39:58
    you Nancy Pelosi is tougher today
  • 40:01
    sharpest attack then she was 25 years
  • 40:04
    ago the difference between Nancy and
  • 40:08
    Donald not even close he knows he
  • 40:11
    slipped it so now they're actually we
  • 40:13
    can think it's it's incredible they're
  • 40:15
    doctoring videos all right you gotta
  • 40:21
    become come clean with me Dvorak here's
  • 40:24
    what I think happened
  • 40:25
    you probably had the same thought I did
  • 40:27
    like now so funny I'm gonna slow down
  • 40:29
    some people make him sound drunk and
  • 40:31
    then you left the filters on all your
  • 40:33
    clips what happened
  • 40:36
    I your doctor in clips it's really too
  • 40:40
    long and boring to discuss but it was it
  • 40:42
    is a filtering problem and it had to do
  • 40:45
    with some background processing that I
  • 40:47
    didn't know was gonna go on to the clips
  • 40:49
    and I got disabled all of it finally
  • 40:52
    after I figured out what it was because
  • 40:53
    I couldn't get to this
  • 40:54
    this there's one there's some screwball
  • 40:56
    page that is not even linkable on the
  • 41:00
    normal of Windows 10 main menu that is
  • 41:04
    puts a bunch of a special effects on top
  • 41:06
    of the audio tracks oh and I was playing
  • 41:10
    around with it and I think I left
  • 41:11
    something turned on problem is this this
  • 41:14
    this particular page of settings is not
  • 41:20
    easy to access and I couldn't find a way
  • 41:22
    to get back to it it was just impossible
  • 41:24
    and because it wasn't available under
  • 41:27
    the normal settings it wasn't a thing
  • 41:31
    it's your Audio Driver where you can set
  • 41:33
    some of that stuff it's what were you
  • 41:36
    thinking this is a sign of mental
  • 41:39
    decline so I kept looking and looking I
  • 41:44
    finally found it searching the whole
  • 41:48
    computer oh gosh I finally found it I
  • 41:50
    just put I just turned everything
  • 41:52
    involved little echoing so know it
  • 41:57
    sounds pretty crappy the point is the
  • 42:01
    point is is that these two and I do have
  • 42:04
    a ISO from them the sharpest attack ISO
  • 42:17
    it has such triple meaning for me now
  • 42:20
    I'm really loved it
  • 42:21
    now I do have the actual Pelosi right
  • 42:26
    off of the conference which is the
  • 42:30
    progressives event that she was at and
  • 42:31
    she's yakking away and she sounds like
  • 42:33
    an idiot I think I also have do I have
  • 42:36
    any the Pelosi when she was being
  • 42:38
    interviewed well this is this is the
  • 42:39
    exposing closely at the progressives
  • 42:41
    event is that what you're talking about
  • 42:42
    yeah yeah turn off some news happen
  • 42:46
    today you this morning were supposed to
  • 42:52
    meet with the President on
  • 42:54
    infrastructure but that meeting didn't
  • 42:58
    really happen as I understand it from
  • 43:00
    Twitter and the news and cable could you
  • 43:04
    tell us what
  • 43:05
    happened and what your thoughts are on
  • 43:08
    that meeting or lack thereof I'm happy
  • 43:12
    to convey my impression of what happened
  • 43:16
    this morning but not before I thank you
  • 43:18
    mayor for your incredible leadership and
  • 43:21
    cap for ideas that's a big word I got to
  • 43:26
    be honest with you John it's kind of
  • 43:29
    unlistenable oh why it sounds fine
  • 43:32
    coming over no it's this is also slowed
  • 43:35
    down no you don't hear that well it
  • 43:39
    seems that like it could be off about 5%
  • 43:41
    yeah it could be
  • 43:44
    oh yeah you don't have to play it well
  • 43:46
    I'm just wondering how many of your
  • 43:48
    clips have this today the probably view
  • 43:52
    of them okay well we can't play Nancy
  • 43:55
    Pelosi anymore because then it just it's
  • 43:57
    wrong something wrong about it like it
  • 44:01
    covering the story with slowed down
  • 44:03
    clips which were not intentionally
  • 44:05
    slowed down okay well she sounds
  • 44:10
    terrible she does I mean I don't care
  • 44:13
    what you play Pelosi in any of her press
  • 44:15
    conferences yeah you can clip it out and
  • 44:17
    make her sound worse but she just sounds
  • 44:19
    bad anyway
  • 44:20
    well she's stammers and she does she
  • 44:23
    does what Ron Paul used to do when Ron
  • 44:26
    Paul is excited he clip words we're
  • 44:30
    going to MP
  • 44:31
    then she's gonna go on with something
  • 44:33
    else she would never finish a word she'd
  • 44:35
    say MP instead of impeach Ron Ron Paul
  • 44:39
    would do that Ron Paul did it constantly
  • 44:42
    he would always clip words and so as he
  • 44:44
    spoke he would not finish a word because
  • 44:48
    he didn't think it was necessary and I
  • 44:51
    got plenty of examples of it but she's
  • 44:53
    doing it all the time I think a lot of
  • 44:54
    people that are I don't know how you
  • 44:56
    develop this habit it just seems like a
  • 44:58
    habit that you developed somehow of just
  • 45:00
    words well there's also something to be
  • 45:04
    said for her being thinner late
  • 45:07
    seventies it's like hey it's like
  • 45:09
    Natalie like holy crap man how old is
  • 45:12
    Nadler
  • 45:13
    Nadler 71 well Nadler is in deep trouble
  • 45:17
    as far as I'm concerned yeah this that
  • 45:20
    wasn't just some fainting that guy did
  • 45:22
    he look he looked like he had something
  • 45:24
    a little more serious take place we had
  • 45:26
    an EMS guide that EMR whatever they're
  • 45:29
    called EMS yet EMT BMT yeah yeah you
  • 45:33
    sent me a note he says you know this
  • 45:34
    does happen with dehydration with older
  • 45:36
    people he says it did she's seen it
  • 45:38
    before it may not be anything that
  • 45:40
    anyone thinks well he it didn't look
  • 45:43
    good he looks very confused but again
  • 45:46
    you know you're 71 and you're dehydrated
  • 45:48
    yeah only if you're Hillary's got a big
  • 45:50
    bucket of water in front of him except
  • 45:53
    if you're Hillary Clinton then you know
  • 45:55
    then doesn't quite count if you know
  • 45:57
    that if you fall down because of the
  • 45:58
    heat but Jerry Nadler it's okay
  • 46:00
    what I thought was interesting is what
  • 46:02
    de Blasio the way he approached the
  • 46:05
    situation but I certainly want to see us
  • 46:07
    have the ability to add more when we
  • 46:10
    need them and I think the the
  • 46:11
    congressman is right about that fact
  • 46:14
    there you want something yeah I got some
  • 46:17
    some history
  • 46:21
    I love this you look dehydrated brother
  • 46:25
    brother you seem a little dehydrated
  • 46:28
    okay hey bro yo how you feeling man okay
  • 46:36
    you okay brother
  • 46:38
    what is this brother business that's
  • 46:43
    what you say to someone you really don't
  • 46:45
    know really don't probably even want to
  • 46:48
    converse with I mean that those are two
  • 46:50
    total strangers if a guy said that hey
  • 46:53
    how you doing there brother when the
  • 46:55
    guys clearly not doing okay
  • 46:57
    like hey Jer how you doing ain't add
  • 47:00
    stir now none of that
  • 47:01
    Nats brother hey brother especially in
  • 47:09
    the close-up video that somebody made
  • 47:11
    right but this is this is really the
  • 47:14
    bottom line I saw nothing but friendly
  • 47:17
    mainstream media doing anything possible
  • 47:21
    to distract people away from the fact
  • 47:23
    that the leadership of Representatives
  • 47:27
    because they're not our leaders they
  • 47:29
    lead the representation by some
  • 47:31
    mechanism that they are older and yeah
  • 47:36
    hey everyone gets old and I'm gonna get
  • 47:38
    older and we're all gonna get crotchety
  • 47:40
    and messed up and make stupid mistakes
  • 47:41
    already look like a moron dancing so you
  • 47:44
    know I would hate to be in their
  • 47:46
    position but hey isn't it telling us
  • 47:48
    something and why why don't we see a
  • 47:50
    little news coverage of hey you know at
  • 47:53
    what point does your cognitive skills
  • 47:55
    maybe you should think about retiring if
  • 47:57
    you're if you're hitting 80 in Congress
  • 48:00
    maybe yeah you know that's I think
  • 48:07
    that's valid the conversation to have
  • 48:10
    isn't it no no apparently that's not
  • 48:12
    possible and where is Ruth Bader
  • 48:13
    Ginsburg by the way where is she
  • 48:17
    she's hanging in there no she's not she
  • 48:20
    hasn't been back to work yes she was
  • 48:23
    back to work you're telling me she's
  • 48:24
    still at work because she's been back to
  • 48:26
    work mmm so that was my understanding
  • 48:29
    that's what the media has led me to
  • 48:31
    believe hmm I have a feeling she hasn't
  • 48:34
    been back to work at all let me see when
  • 48:37
    is the last time I could be an iron lung
  • 48:43
    for all we know maybe but I don't know I
  • 48:48
    I'd have to fight I have to see some
  • 48:51
    evidence that she's actually back at
  • 48:52
    work because she could I mean not saying
  • 48:56
    this you know the same is just with not
  • 48:59
    trying to be mean but if she had passed
  • 49:02
    away that would be easy to keep quiet if
  • 49:04
    it was necessary like oh we can't have
  • 49:07
    orange van bad putting another Supreme
  • 49:10
    Court justice on no we can't have that
  • 49:13
    Hey look we faked the moon landing I'm
  • 49:15
    sure we can fake Ruth Bader Ginsburg
  • 49:16
    going to work but I haven't even seen
  • 49:19
    that you know sown with I'm just kind of
  • 49:24
    bustling into the Supreme Court know if
  • 49:28
    someone has any evidence I'd like to
  • 49:29
    know that she's still okay okay now I
  • 49:32
    got a clip for you okay oh this is
  • 49:35
    Pelosi again but this time she's under
  • 49:37
    this is the interview that Brzezinski is
  • 49:39
    talking about her being sharp as a tack
  • 49:43
    more pressure on news at a conservative
  • 49:46
    Republican says the threshold for
  • 49:48
    impeachment has been met
  • 49:51
    we we're not this isn't about politics
  • 49:54
    it's not about passion it's not that
  • 49:56
    prejudice it's not about politics it's
  • 49:58
    about patriotism it's about the
  • 50:00
    presentation of the facts and see why
  • 50:06
    we're going down a certain path of
  • 50:08
    American people elected him president
  • 50:10
    not by the popular vote by the college
  • 50:16
    the Electoral College so I respect the
  • 50:20
    office that he holds okay and I think I
  • 50:23
    respect the office of the president
  • 50:24
    holds more than he respects the office
  • 50:27
    that he holds and I do believe that we
  • 50:29
    must hold him accountable to a high
  • 50:33
    ethical standard which he has not met
  • 50:36
    two integrity level of integrity that he
  • 50:40
    has not met and actually a respect for
  • 50:44
    governance science and other we have we
  • 50:52
    have a moment but the fact is is that at
  • 50:55
    the same time when you try to find
  • 50:57
    common ground to work with him she knows
  • 51:01
    better that's the you know you sit there
  • 51:03
    home you watch her say things like I
  • 51:05
    pray for the president he's clearly not
  • 51:07
    well needs an intervention and you think
  • 51:10
    that she really mean that no she doesn't
  • 51:12
    mean it
  • 51:12
    if she really really you played the
  • 51:14
    definitive clear book about a month ago
  • 51:17
    her clip going off on Bush yeah yeah old
  • 51:24
    let me see Nancy Pelosi what was it was
  • 51:28
    19 was an old one wasn't it
  • 51:32
    yeah it was from the 92 or Nord or
  • 51:38
    before you know I was about George HW
  • 51:40
    Bush so it had to be around 1989 or
  • 51:42
    something like that and yet was 60
  • 51:46
    minutes I think yeah well well anyway
  • 51:50
    yes that was the definitive clip cuz
  • 51:51
    she's always been like that
  • 51:54
    but she knows better she knows that this
  • 51:58
    isn't that there is no grounds for
  • 51:59
    impeachment yeah otherwise she'd do it
  • 52:01
    the the 25th amendment is literally a
  • 52:05
    about being incapable of performing the
  • 52:08
    ink really incapacitated walk or talk or
  • 52:12
    whatever it is or can't communicate and
  • 52:14
    she so in one hand she said Oh clearly
  • 52:16
    something's wrong with him he's not of
  • 52:18
    sound mind that needs an intervention
  • 52:19
    but she will not allow impeachment
  • 52:22
    proceedings it has mentioned the 25th
  • 52:24
    amendment herself just recently right
  • 52:28
    but is bullshit a bullshitter
  • 52:31
    however with Nancy stonewalling that oh
  • 52:35
    no there's money to go around acts blue
  • 52:38
    is up in arms and they're taking out
  • 52:40
    advertisements on MSNBC when this
  • 52:57
    President took money from foreign
  • 52:59
    governments really Sophie's tax returns
  • 53:02
    nothing happens and when his
  • 53:03
    administration illegally refused to
  • 53:05
    testify nothing happened
  • 53:07
    now you tell us the wait for the next
  • 53:09
    election really really really this is
  • 53:12
    why we volunteered raise money wait
  • 53:14
    door-to-door and voted in the last
  • 53:16
    election our founding fathers expected
  • 53:18
    you Congress to hold a law-based
  • 53:21
    president accountable and you're doing
  • 53:23
    nothing nothing nothing he broke his
  • 53:27
    oath of office he's defying you it's
  • 53:29
    laughing at you and he's getting away
  • 53:31
    with it this is our democracy but
  • 53:34
    Congress is part of the system and the
  • 53:35
    system is broken we have to fix
  • 53:39
    need to impeach is responsible for the
  • 53:41
    content of this advertising need to
  • 53:45
    impeach everybody need he needs to
  • 53:48
    impeach Kostas now they've taken is so
  • 53:52
    far now it's been on on two three years
  • 53:54
    yeah your uh that means every president
  • 53:57
    now whoever gets in ok bomb could have
  • 54:01
    gone through this if he wasn't black
  • 54:02
    sure yes
  • 54:03
    he probably would have yeah I probably
  • 54:06
    would have but this is all stems from
  • 54:08
    Nixon and stems from you know then
  • 54:10
    Clinton getting impeach he actually got
  • 54:13
    impeached and they went through with it
  • 54:15
    didn't and as the Republicans say it
  • 54:19
    didn't really help us know it ended up
  • 54:21
    hurting us because it really irks the
  • 54:23
    people he because they never got
  • 54:24
    anywhere but you didn't get him kicked
  • 54:25
    out of office so what was the point just
  • 54:27
    a pop you know process of humiliation
  • 54:30
    yes and that's what they're doing and it
  • 54:32
    works it really makes people angry it
  • 54:36
    turns out that 26 percent of the US
  • 54:37
    public thinks impeachment proceedings
  • 54:40
    should begin this very low number and
  • 54:41
    that's be a hardcore lefties hmm and
  • 54:45
    it's gonna work everybody else if they
  • 54:47
    go ahead with this and that's what
  • 54:48
    Pelosi knows this and that's why she's
  • 54:51
    trying to keep these guys under ass but
  • 54:53
    there's a bunch of gung-ho jerk-offs
  • 54:55
    like Al Green yeah that are just gonna
  • 54:58
    keep doing pushing for it and then they
  • 55:01
    all these young people they don't know
  • 55:02
    that a o'seas and these other Omar and
  • 55:06
    the rest of them they I think is great
  • 55:07
    it sounds good do it so then clip well I
  • 55:12
    say two things happen on Thursday on the
  • 55:14
    show day of course that warrant
  • 55:17
    discussion one is the declassification
  • 55:20
    of any and all documentation relating to
  • 55:25
    any collusion the second one is the
  • 55:28
    Assange indictment under the Espionage
  • 55:31
    Act which one would you like to tackle
  • 55:33
    first well I would say that the first
  • 55:37
    one is probably more appropriate to
  • 55:41
    where we've been shed so for then we get
  • 55:42
    to Assange okay
  • 55:45
    so that was exactly it it was a full
  • 55:47
    declassification order I think it was an
  • 55:50
    executive order everyone has to
  • 55:52
    cooperate with Attorney General bar and
  • 55:55
    of course it doesn't mean that we're
  • 55:57
    gonna see everything no no anything
  • 56:03
    we're gonna see Brennan whining well III
  • 56:07
    do I like how you're seeing people blame
  • 56:11
    each other this is always kind of like a
  • 56:15
    precursor to something coming out that
  • 56:18
    someone did something wrong and the one
  • 56:20
    that it seems like a lot of people want
  • 56:22
    to point towards Comey the former
  • 56:26
    attorney general Loretta Lynch for sure
  • 56:31
    welcome back to Fox and Friends first
  • 56:33
    former attorney general Loretta Lynch
  • 56:35
    claims that she never told James Comey
  • 56:38
    to call the Hillary Clinton email probe
  • 56:40
    of matter instead of an investigation we
  • 56:44
    were getting to a place where the
  • 56:45
    attorney Jo and I were both gonna have
  • 56:47
    to testify and talk publicly about it
  • 56:48
    and I want to know was she gonna
  • 56:50
    authorize us to confirm we had an
  • 56:52
    investigation and she said yes but don't
  • 56:54
    call it that call it a matter and I said
  • 56:57
    why would I do that
  • 56:58
    and she said just call it a matter Lynch
  • 57:03
    now says the former FBI director
  • 57:05
    mischaracterize statements that is
  • 57:08
    according to a newly released transcript
  • 57:10
    of Lynch's testimony on Capitol Hill
  • 57:12
    last year but Lynch also said that she
  • 57:15
    was quote surprised that Comey used the
  • 57:17
    word matter in reference to the Clinton
  • 57:20
    email probe so more to come on that yeah
  • 57:23
    oh this is delicious
  • 57:24
    I never said Matt I didn't say that to
  • 57:28
    you James boo boo boo boo boo you did
  • 57:33
    I think that's juicy yeah that is a good
  • 57:37
    one but again if you get back to the
  • 57:39
    basics and go back to your buddy algid
  • 57:42
    did you know of or whatever his name is
  • 57:45
    yeah he's just blames the whole thing in
  • 57:48
    a Brennan he says he was the real law he
  • 57:51
    was the real conspirator right but we
  • 57:54
    can't believe we can't lose sight of
  • 57:57
    what this is really about all of this
  • 57:59
    was put into play because the I more
  • 58:04
    than likely Clinton but possibly with
  • 58:08
    other members of the Obama
  • 58:10
    administration from 2012 to 2016 were
  • 58:17
    spying on political opponents and
  • 58:20
    probably Democrats really to be honest
  • 58:23
    you know leading up to the to the
  • 58:25
    election they were using the NSA
  • 58:28
    database and that spying is what got
  • 58:31
    them in trouble and you know because
  • 58:33
    then they started to use that on Trump
  • 58:35
    there were you know the information
  • 58:37
    coming in from the State Department to
  • 58:39
    have people unmasked a very strange way
  • 58:44
    for that to take place and they
  • 58:46
    basically got caught that's what that's
  • 58:47
    the the clip that you played of Admiral
  • 58:49
    Rogers at home I got all this this stuff
  • 58:51
    going on people are just looking up
  • 58:53
    Americans for no reason no warrant and
  • 58:56
    that's when he put that he stopped that
  • 58:58
    capability but by then they were found
  • 59:00
    out if Clinton wasn't going to be
  • 59:03
    President this would come to light oh he
  • 59:06
    did Trump became president we got to
  • 59:08
    cover this up so that's where Brennan
  • 59:10
    who was probably a big part of that
  • 59:11
    initial spying was brought in or brought
  • 59:15
    in the steel dossier and made it all
  • 59:17
    happen it's it's not really not about
  • 59:19
    any of that
  • 59:20
    it's about spying on political opponents
  • 59:23
    Americans do when you have the mechanism
  • 59:26
    yes would be a surprise to anybody what
  • 59:29
    the FBI's been doing for his most of his
  • 59:31
    career since it's been created the crazy
  • 59:33
    thing is it was it was Brennan and it
  • 59:37
    was Muller who were there when this was
  • 59:40
    put into place after 9/11 and they they
  • 59:44
    swore oh yeah we'll make sure this is
  • 59:46
    we used for any any other reason than
  • 59:49
    has specifically stated in the in the
  • 59:52
    Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court
  • 59:54
    a charter it'll never be used to spy on
  • 59:57
    Americans the very same guys who did it
  • 59:59
    and cover it up of course this is where
  • 1:00:03
    you do it but but no one is really is
  • 1:00:05
    really except for Joe to Genoa buddy
  • 1:00:09
    he's the only guy and he's a kook which
  • 1:00:12
    makes it that much harder for people to
  • 1:00:13
    understand so frustrating how will we
  • 1:00:17
    ever win well then there's trey gowdy
  • 1:00:23
    who he claims that there is exculpatory
  • 1:00:26
    evidence that was recorded and
  • 1:00:29
    exculpatory means clearly shows the
  • 1:00:33
    person is not guilty of whatever they're
  • 1:00:35
    being accused of and when you go and get
  • 1:00:37
    a warrant to spy on someone or if you're
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    accusing someone or if you're indicted
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    someone and you withhold the evidence
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    that could show that he or she is
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    innocent
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    please tell me that's some kind of
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    law-breaking John tell me there's
  • 1:00:51
    something with that it depends on the
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    rules but yes okay well here's trey
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    gowdy talking with the money honey about
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    it oh I touched the money honey the
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    wrong way and she went away yes i agents
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    conversations with george papadapolis is
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    because when an FBI agent sends in
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    informants to someone they're looking at
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    typically those conversations are
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    recorded right those people are wired
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    yeah I mean if the bureau's gonna send
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    an informant and the informants gonna be
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    wired and if the bureau is monitoring
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    telephone calls there's gonna be a
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    transcript of that and some of us have
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    been fortunate enough to know whether or
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    not those transcripts exist but they
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    haven't been made public and I think one
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    in particular is going it has the
  • 1:01:35
    potential to actually persuade people
  • 1:01:37
    very little on this Russia probe I'm
  • 1:01:39
    afraid is going to persuade people who
  • 1:01:41
    hate Trump or who love Trump
  • 1:01:43
    but there is some information in these
  • 1:01:44
    transcripts that I think has the
  • 1:01:46
    potential to be a game-changer if it's
  • 1:01:48
    ever made public you say that's by the
  • 1:01:51
    way this was prior to the
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    declassification order but Rory
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    gents and when people see that they're
  • 1:01:57
    gonna say wait why wasn't this presented
  • 1:02:00
    to the court earlier yeah you know
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    Johnny Ratcliffe is rightfully exercised
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    over the obligations that the government
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    has to tell the whole truth to a court
  • 1:02:09
    when you are seeking permission to spy
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    or do surveillance on an American and
  • 1:02:13
    part of that includes the responsibility
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    of providing exculpatory information or
  • 1:02:18
    information that tends to show the
  • 1:02:20
    person did not do something wrong if you
  • 1:02:23
    have exculpatory information and you
  • 1:02:25
    don't share with the court that ain't
  • 1:02:27
    good I've seen it
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    Johnny's seen it it ain't good okay I
  • 1:02:32
    don't know if it's breaking any laws but
  • 1:02:33
    apparently that ain't good John so no if
  • 1:02:36
    that gets us anywhere gets his daddy
  • 1:02:39
    ain't good yeah oh well yeah that whole
  • 1:02:45
    thing is yeah we'll see I mean they do
  • 1:02:47
    bar does have this edge got everybody
  • 1:02:49
    bent out of shape mostly Brennan he's on
  • 1:02:50
    why don't think I have any clips I see
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    being on any any has he been a party
  • 1:02:54
    just recently was on bitching about this
  • 1:02:56
    bar just he was bitching about this
  • 1:03:00
    thing about bar being able to just
  • 1:03:04
    unlock stuff and he's going on and on
  • 1:03:08
    Brennan goes on on he speaks for the
  • 1:03:10
    entire intelligence community I wish I
  • 1:03:12
    had the clip he speaks for the entire
  • 1:03:14
    intelligence community when he
  • 1:03:15
    stammering Lee says all the and
  • 1:03:18
    everybody in the intelligence community
  • 1:03:20
    is upset about this because it's not the
  • 1:03:22
    way it should be done and he was just
  • 1:03:25
    careless reckless reckless of the
  • 1:03:28
    President to do such something something
  • 1:03:30
    like yes and he's really like what is
  • 1:03:33
    his problem everybody I mean if you look
  • 1:03:36
    at the Genoa and or listen to Ray
  • 1:03:38
    McGovern who nobody will talk to anymore
  • 1:03:41
    right he's been banned from everything
  • 1:03:43
    McGovern says they're running like you
  • 1:03:45
    know scared guilty people well let's
  • 1:03:48
    remember these famous words of John
  • 1:03:50
    Brennan people are innocent until well
  • 1:03:52
    alleged to be involved in some type of
  • 1:03:54
    criminal activity there you go so I
  • 1:03:56
    don't know I don't think he's guilty
  • 1:04:02
    until its legs so I think he's in some
  • 1:04:05
    trouble there
  • 1:04:06
    yeah well by his own standards he is
  • 1:04:08
    yeah unbelievable
  • 1:04:10
    well Kisan yes a Psalms now this is
  • 1:04:16
    interesting actually I have a quote for
  • 1:04:18
    this I think yes under the heading press
  • 1:04:21
    freedoms because that's what this is
  • 1:04:23
    that's what this will be talked about as
  • 1:04:25
    usual there's no such thing as press
  • 1:04:28
    freedoms I just want to remind everybody
  • 1:04:29
    there's a freedom of the press which is
  • 1:04:31
    per our constitution in the United
  • 1:04:34
    States it varies by country the United
  • 1:04:37
    Kingdom has no freedom of the press you
  • 1:04:39
    get a D notice a shut up slave used to
  • 1:04:41
    stop it
  • 1:04:43
    here is let me see I don't this is from
  • 1:04:46
    this is about the yes D stand for doofus
  • 1:04:50
    I don't know D I don't know someone will
  • 1:04:55
    be able to tell us the Justice
  • 1:04:58
    Department announcing more charges
  • 1:05:00
    against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange
  • 1:05:02
    let's get right to CNN's Laura jerod at
  • 1:05:04
    the Justice Department Laura what are
  • 1:05:05
    the details of this indictment well Jake
  • 1:05:07
    this is a pretty aggressive new move by
  • 1:05:10
    the Justice Department essentially
  • 1:05:11
    tacking on 17 new charges against
  • 1:05:14
    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange we had
  • 1:05:16
    seen a single charge of computer
  • 1:05:18
    intrusion late last month but now a 17
  • 1:05:21
    new charges much more significant and
  • 1:05:23
    really a really a big deal here for a
  • 1:05:26
    First Amendment advocates and a concern
  • 1:05:28
    here because he's being charged with
  • 1:05:30
    unlawfully obtaining soliciting
  • 1:05:33
    encouraging that former intelligence
  • 1:05:36
    analyst Chelsea Manning with obtaining
  • 1:05:38
    of just a bevy of national defense
  • 1:05:40
    materials and he's being charged with
  • 1:05:42
    publishing those materials and so the
  • 1:05:44
    Justice Department asked today well
  • 1:05:46
    what's the difference between Julian
  • 1:05:49
    Assange and journalists like you and I
  • 1:05:50
    and they said let's be clear Julian
  • 1:05:53
    Assange is no journalists what another
  • 1:05:55
    justice official said he's not being
  • 1:05:57
    charged simply because he's a publisher
  • 1:05:59
    and what publisher and what they're
  • 1:06:01
    pointing to is not only the fact that
  • 1:06:03
    Assange allegedly helped manning crack
  • 1:06:06
    into a Department of Defense password
  • 1:06:09
    but also the fact that he published
  • 1:06:11
    confidential human sources the names of
  • 1:06:13
    human sources which put them in danger
  • 1:06:15
    and he knew that publishing would put
  • 1:06:17
    them in danger
  • 1:06:18
    solicited those materials on wicked
  • 1:06:20
    links and that's what they're pointing
  • 1:06:21
    to which makes this case different Jake
  • 1:06:23
    and Lauren what does this mean for Asajj
  • 1:06:25
    and has WikiLeaks responded they have
  • 1:06:28
    they have said this is madness it's the
  • 1:06:30
    end of national security journalism and
  • 1:06:33
    the First Amendment so obviously a
  • 1:06:35
    pretty aggressive response from
  • 1:06:38
    WikiLeaks there but you know this is
  • 1:06:40
    something that the prior administration
  • 1:06:41
    really struggled with under the same set
  • 1:06:43
    of facts under the Nina prior Justice
  • 1:06:46
    Department Eric Holder declined to
  • 1:06:48
    prosecute Julian Assange under the
  • 1:06:49
    Espionage for just this idea because the
  • 1:06:52
    idea is well what would separate this
  • 1:06:54
    from the New York Times publishing
  • 1:06:55
    classified information and I should also
  • 1:06:58
    point out you might wonder why we're
  • 1:07:00
    seeing this today the Justice Berman
  • 1:07:02
    actually had 60 days from when he was
  • 1:07:04
    arrested last month and so there was a
  • 1:07:07
    sort of window from when they could tack
  • 1:07:09
    on these new charges no telling whether
  • 1:07:11
    they're going to attack on any
  • 1:07:12
    additional charges though at this point
  • 1:07:14
    I think these 60 days is for extradition
  • 1:07:17
    maybe that the idea about any of this
  • 1:07:21
    this guy's not even an American how can
  • 1:07:24
    they charge it with anything well there
  • 1:07:29
    is a Wikipedia the page for the
  • 1:07:31
    Espionage Act of 1917 United States
  • 1:07:34
    federal law and the people have been
  • 1:07:38
    found guilty under this Espionage Act
  • 1:07:40
    even though we've gone through two world
  • 1:07:41
    wars and Vietnam War and we've had all
  • 1:07:44
    these other act police actions around
  • 1:07:46
    the world and and potential for
  • 1:07:47
    espionage and people were blowing up
  • 1:07:49
    trains in World War two and all the rest
  • 1:07:51
    well how many people have been charged
  • 1:07:53
    and found guilty and I don't think I
  • 1:07:58
    know how many been actually found guilty
  • 1:08:01
    zero I think interestingly enough Daniel
  • 1:08:04
    Ellsberg yeah who was the whistleblower
  • 1:08:07
    of the Pentagon Papers he was he was
  • 1:08:09
    hauled before the court on did the whole
  • 1:08:13
    act he grabbed the papers and he
  • 1:08:16
    released the papers right Julian Assange
  • 1:08:18
    was acting as a journalist in this
  • 1:08:20
    regard because he didn't go Gerst steal
  • 1:08:22
    the papers
  • 1:08:23
    and by the way let's get back to my
  • 1:08:25
    point well I'm just not an American yes
  • 1:08:28
    he's a citizen of Australia preppies
  • 1:08:31
    bees living in England what jurist what
  • 1:08:33
    is the jurisdiction president I'm asking
  • 1:08:36
    about jurisdiction here what
  • 1:08:37
    jurisdiction do we have to charge this
  • 1:08:40
    guy under any act espionage or other
  • 1:08:45
    what worse our jurisdiction here it's a
  • 1:08:49
    lot an American he can't he's not
  • 1:08:52
    committing Espeon okay can I ask you a
  • 1:08:54
    question can I mean I understand you've
  • 1:08:56
    made this point you keep making it over
  • 1:08:58
    and over again Gaddafi was not an
  • 1:09:01
    American we went over there and shot him
  • 1:09:03
    up the ass what is your point I mean
  • 1:09:06
    this is fucking stupid argument yes he's
  • 1:09:07
    not an American and neither is it is
  • 1:09:10
    well it's to make it over and over again
  • 1:09:12
    I don't think I don't think it matters
  • 1:09:15
    it's never being addressed well but what
  • 1:09:19
    is there to say I don't think it matters
  • 1:09:20
    I think the United States if they want
  • 1:09:23
    to charge anybody under anything
  • 1:09:25
    the jaywalking act they'll do it they
  • 1:09:30
    have no jurisdiction over this guy not
  • 1:09:34
    until he's here if they get him here
  • 1:09:36
    then all was done you I think you gotta
  • 1:09:37
    get him here what's the jurisdiction
  • 1:09:40
    it's not a system sorry it's the world
  • 1:09:42
    police gonna swoop in and say hold on a
  • 1:09:44
    second you can't prosecute that young
  • 1:09:47
    mom well the problem with the world
  • 1:09:49
    police is that we're the world please
  • 1:09:55
    but I think there's something else going
  • 1:09:57
    on here I think this is I don't this is
  • 1:10:01
    for one of two reasons either somehow
  • 1:10:04
    and this has Trump's greasy fingerprints
  • 1:10:08
    on it either a we're gonna use this guy
  • 1:10:11
    to show what what you can't do somehow
  • 1:10:15
    we'll we'll finagle this into the law to
  • 1:10:17
    show that if you are publishing things
  • 1:10:20
    that are just given to you from inside
  • 1:10:25
    the American government or intelligence
  • 1:10:27
    sources they want to stop that for
  • 1:10:30
    obvious reasons you know and there's a
  • 1:10:32
    lot of leaking particularly when it
  • 1:10:33
    comes to stuff about Trump and he and
  • 1:10:35
    there's a it's been very damn
  • 1:10:37
    to him and so he may want to use this as
  • 1:10:40
    a case to stop it or it's meant to let
  • 1:10:43
    Julie Assange go free because I don't
  • 1:10:46
    see any Court who could convicted - I
  • 1:10:49
    have felt the exact same way I think
  • 1:10:52
    this may just big big overcharged him
  • 1:10:54
    with stuff that's bullcrap - the
  • 1:10:56
    Espionage law being the most obvious
  • 1:10:58
    where's the Logan Act maybe the
  • 1:11:01
    espionage laws are bullcrap and there's
  • 1:11:05
    no and he's gonna go free and that's the
  • 1:11:06
    idea I think that's a pasta distinct
  • 1:11:08
    possibility because we know that Trump
  • 1:11:10
    was happy about
  • 1:11:11
    Asajj but he has to put up a false front
  • 1:11:14
    here to make it look as though he's
  • 1:11:18
    getting tough not just he just like
  • 1:11:20
    likes the fact that Jesus sons got him
  • 1:11:22
    elected as president yes of course he
  • 1:11:24
    does and this may be just a get out of
  • 1:11:27
    jail free card to answer your earlier
  • 1:11:28
    question in 2001 retired Army Reserve
  • 1:11:31
    Colonel George Toth him off was indicted
  • 1:11:35
    under the Act and convicted of
  • 1:11:37
    conducting espionage Kenneth Wayne Ford
  • 1:11:40
    jr. indicted for allegedly having a box
  • 1:11:43
    of documents in his house after he left
  • 1:11:45
    NSA he was sentenced to six years in
  • 1:11:47
    prison it's not like this hasn't worked
  • 1:11:50
    in 2005 pentagon iran expert loris
  • 1:11:54
    franklin we're and lobbyists rosen
  • 1:11:57
    Weissman were ad itíd under the Act see
  • 1:12:02
    Frank Lee was sentenced to 12 years
  • 1:12:04
    later reduced to 10 months of home
  • 1:12:06
    confinement so it seems like yeah maybe
  • 1:12:10
    not 12 years to 10 months damn 12 years
  • 1:12:14
    to ten months of home confinement
  • 1:12:16
    that's it that's it that's a pretty good
  • 1:12:18
    lobby right there man good job on that
  • 1:12:23
    Alexander a Jeffrey sterling former CIA
  • 1:12:26
    agent indicted on the act in January
  • 1:12:28