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1143: Nance in the Hood

Adam Curry & John C. Dvorak

2h 50m
June 2nd, 2019
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Executive Producers: Christopher Massey, Sir Jeffrey Steckroth, Joseph Leissle , Sir Compost Ranger

Associate Executive Producers: Bob Welsh, Sir Karys, Eric Roozeboom

Cover Art by CSB

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Chapters

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Start of Show
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0:45
Russian Model Kinsey Wolanski Streaks at Champions League Final
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5:17
Julian Assange
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22:29
Untitled
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33:32
Trump Announces Tariffs on Mexico To Pressure Immigration Issues
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38:47
Hillary Clinton Announced as Keynote Speaker at Cyber Defense Summit 2019
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41:14
Single-Issue Presidential Candidates
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45:42
Protester Grabs Microphone From Kamala Harris During MoveOn Forum
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50:13
Elizabeth Warren Appearance on The Breakfast Club
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58:54
Elton John Calls For Love & Compassion Except For British Imperialists
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1:04:03
Allan Lichtman on CNN: "Trump Will Win Unless Democrats Move Into Impeachment"
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1:08:31
The Daily Caller: 'CNN To Start Making Freelancers Wait 3 Months For Payment'
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1:09:04
Tom Brokaw is Critical on Impeachment on CNN
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1:11:17
Nancy Pelosi Appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
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1:15:56
Credits
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1:33:45
Donny Deutsch on MSNBC: "Congress Needs to Rebrand Impeachment"
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1:39:08
Luis Elizondo on Tucker Carlson Tonight: "The US Government Has Debris of an UFO"
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1:41:51
To The Stars Academy of Arts and Science
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1:44:19
'Men in Black: International' Movie
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1:48:22
Virginia Beach Shooting
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1:57:50
Sarah Sanders: "The President's Number One Responsibility is to Protect Americans"
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1:58:42
Lawrence O'Donnell on MSNBC: "Most Americans Disapprove of President Trump In His Job Performance"
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1:59:57
Victoria Nuland Talks About Trump's UK Visit on BBC
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2:03:17
Donations
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2:10:07
Birthdays & Title Changes
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2:11:27
Meetups
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2:15:01
Mayor of Chicago Lori Lightfoot Appearance on 'The Chicago Way with John Kass' Podcast
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2:18:45
Homeless People in Fremont (California) Found Living in Makeshift Tree Houses
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2:20:39
Dr. Drew on Fox News: "We Have a Complete Breakdown Of The Basic Needs of Civilization in Los Angeles Right Now"
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2:25:40
Attorney General William Barr Interview on CBS This Morning
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2:32:19
Bilderberg Meeting 2019
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2:34:50
Malaysian Prime Minister Expresses Doubt About Russia's Involvement in MH17 Crash
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2:39:08
Russia Today: 'New Call of Duty Trailer is Modern Propaganda At Its Finest'
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2:41:01
Veritasium: 'The Most Radioactive Places on Earth'
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2:43:40
End of Show
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    tiptoe through the tulips papa papa Adam
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    Curie Jhansi Devorah
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    Nation Media assassination episode 11 43
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    this is no agenda Madame Curie and from
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    northern Jhansi Dvorak responds exactly
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    you have nothing else to say that's it
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    done just didn't it was possible and I
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    just said you know it's too complicated
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    okay well I do have an idea it's a big
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    one it's a money-making one we could
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    even use it as our our exit strategy
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    just to start the show off with that I
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    can bring football/soccer
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    to American screens in a commercially
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    viable way by not running it at all no I
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    mean this is the biggest problem why and
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    in our biggest probably soccer in the
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    United States the way there's two
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    biggest problems the biggest problem is
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    it stinks as the game and Americans
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    don't like playing it that's a girl
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    that's your opinion okay
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    prob the real problem is of course
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    because there are no commercial breaks
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    it's very difficult for television
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    networks to make money off of the games
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    well they must make money in Mexico they
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    must make money in England they must
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    make money and down the continent no
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    actually they yeah they do but there's
  • 1:45
    more people who want to watch but they
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    also they also buy more trucks they also
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    have different broadcast systems
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    different ways of making money but now
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    finally after having seen the highlights
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    of the Champions League the big game in
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    in in the champions of Europe the
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    Liverpool beating out Tottenham
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    I think was 2 nil even it was a crazy
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    game
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    was a crazy-ass game but there is now a
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    way to monetize I have a little clip
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    which we I'll just play it it won't
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    really explain immediately but at a
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    certain point something happened on the
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    field we had a good old-fashioned
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    streaker from one side of the pitch from
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    one goal to the other Kinzie will
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    olanski
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    who you must do a quick Bing search on
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    because she was well worth watching
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    running from one goal to the other
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    approximately 3.2 change three point
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    nine seven million dollars a pounds
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    worth of advertising for the company she
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    wore on her shirt which has retired on
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    well whatever was left of the shirt that
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    she had on what was her name again -
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    Kinsey its Kinsey ki NS ey WA Lansky and
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    this she had a t-shirt on for Vitaly
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    uncensored estimated just under four
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    million pounds worth of advertising
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    value this is the way to go just once a
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    game no one knows when it's gonna happen
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    we don't know what she or he is going to
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    look like but everyone knows once a game
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    someone's gonna Street pretty much
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    butt-naked from one end to the other
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    we're gonna see their advertisement we
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    take one advertiser and one advertiser
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    only we could expand it to two one for
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    each half of the game later on this is
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    finally a way to monetize and the crowd
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    loves it have you seen her yeah she's
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    beautiful yes this is a money-making
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    opportunity
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    well I know who talked her into doing
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    this but I just got her name right what
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    do you mean that she has a sponsor this
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    you know she's an Instagram influencer
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    gained a million followers after this
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    stunt but look at the t-shirt the teach
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    that was a sponsored t-shirt now she
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    didn't get 4 million pounds for it but
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    she got paid for it and the value is
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    unbelievable
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    boom you're not on board with my idea
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    actually she actually crashed my browser
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    and she crashed a lot of old men's
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    browsers believe me there you go
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    anyway I thought I thought it was an
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    interesting way to do it yeah yeah you
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    should you should move back to Europe
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    and become a member of the FIFO whatever
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    the hell that group is FIFA Alisa even
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    I'm not corrupt enough to join FIFA it's
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    just not gonna happen
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    anyway that was my my big idea now on to
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    the news then there is a little news
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    okay well you got nothing I do I got a
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    bunch of Assange stuff which is kind of
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    interesting yeah I think did I have
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    anything Assange yes I did I haven't I
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    have a his lawyer talking to the BBC
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    about his health do you want to hear
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    that do you want to go through this
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    we'll go to my stuff alright this was
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    actually this was posted on the the
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    Vimeo service by Pamela Anderson which
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    is why I got a lot of attention
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    his lawyer speaking with the BBC about
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    his mental health I cannot reveal the
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    patient-doctor confidentiality protected
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    diagnosis but we can see that mr.
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    Assange showed all symptoms that are
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    typical for prolonged exposure to
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    psychological torture now recently my
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    understanding is he has been transferred
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    to the healthcare unit off the Belmarsh
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    prison that currently there should be
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    some as I understand dramatic weight
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    loss and also a grave deterioration of
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    his capacity to concentrate and actually
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    engage with the lawyers has it been
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    since they first carried him out now
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    this kind of also makes me wonder did
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    they carry him out because he couldn't
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    walk because of his already dramatic
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    weight loss which it didn't appear to be
  • 6:46
    his face seemed kind of full did he lose
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    all this weight in just what a month's
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    time how long has it been six weeks
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    I don't know the whole thing seems very
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    strange but I mean I'm wondering how
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    much of yeah well let's just play these
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    clips types or more on this if you want
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    to hear this a little bit very terrible
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    to her room she should have done a clean
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    up that audio a little bit that's the
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    BBC man a grave deterioration of his
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    capacity to concentrate and actually
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    engage with the lawyers it's royal or
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    not it seems that she was not able to
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    stand trial this week because of this
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    medical incapacity to be present in
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    court it doesn't surprise me that this
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    is the case the psychiatrist of the
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    companies my mission said his current
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    state is critical he urgently needs
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    access to a psychiatrist that is not
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    part of the Prison Service someone that
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    he can fully trust and if he doesn't get
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    that and if the pressure on him is not
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    alleviated rapidly we will have to
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    expect a rapid and serious deterioration
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    of his state of health what does he say
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    now to you what was he saying to you
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    when you went to visit him well he is
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    extremely afraid of what happened to him
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    he said I cannot count on the judicial
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    institutions in this country to be fair
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    I cannot count on fair to disapper
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    seedings in Sweden
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    everything is biased against me I have
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    no voice and I don't have enough time to
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    prepare my defence in any of these
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    proceedings the problem for Julian
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    Assange is that he has multiple complex
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    legal proceedings that are expanding as
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    we speak to various jurisdictions and
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    new charges are being added all the time
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    and he has no chance to prepare a proper
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    defense for these cases pretty much
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    similar coast but they're actually
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    audible let's start with the sons being
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    tortured democracy now
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    by Neal's Melser the UN Special
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    Rapporteur on torture welcome to
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    Democracy Now why don't you begin by
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    telling us the results of your report
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    and describing your visit to see Julian
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    Assange wait is this gonna be the same
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    damn guy yeah but you can hear him yeah
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    we got you we heard you the first five
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    times are you still pissed about your
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    clips that sucked last time is that why
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    you're so passively aggressive of course
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    stop Belmarsh prison in London no thank
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    you Amy
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    well I did oh yeah the buckets sound
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    well done it's a mr. Assange in prison
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    Belmar prison on the 9th of May in the
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    company of two medical experts and my
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    primary concerns really are that I'm
  • 9:52
    extremely worried about his current
  • 9:53
    state of health which was alarming
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    already when I visited him and which
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    seems to have to terrier ate it rapidly
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    since then to the point where he's no
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    longer even able to stand trial and to
  • 10:05
    participate in in court hearings and I
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    must say that I'm appalled at the
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    sustained and concerted abuse that this
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    man has been exposed to at the hands of
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    several democratic states over a period
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    of almost a decade and I'm gravely
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    concerned about the prospects of a
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    possible extradition to the United
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    States as I have indicated this morning
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    in Geneva I I worry that he would be
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    exposed to a politicized show trial in
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    violation of his of his human rights
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    hmm I don't know about that how's that a
  • 10:37
    violation of Human Rights
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    okay suspicious yeah this is so I'm good
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    there's gonna be this argument first of
  • 10:48
    all a piece came out this morning saying
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    well why is that the CIA and the
  • 10:53
    government going after him about his
  • 10:54
    revelations about vault 7 right which
  • 10:58
    supposedly gave up all the CIA
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    techniques well just the techniques not
  • 11:05
    just techniques but tools as well I
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    understand tools tools tools and
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    techniques many sources and methods and
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    then the article goes on to say I don't
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    we don't get this whether I go in after
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    him for that but they're gonna go after
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    him on espionage and then in the same
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    sense they say which is gonna be very
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    hard to prove which brings us back to
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    your thesis that this may all be
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    bullshit
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    well now I'm thinking the best solution
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    for everybody think mainly for
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    intelligence services and I'm looking at
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    you five eyes is to have Assange die
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    that's
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    the best way WikiLeaks is still
  • 11:50
    WikiLeaks they can it can still be
  • 11:52
    controlled by whoever and I'm not saying
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    Assange would actually be dead but what
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    a what a perfect perfect setup right now
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    he's sick not going well we haven't seen
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    him he's gone oops sorry would throw a
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    casket in the ground and possible I I
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    don't know if he'd go along with it but
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    it'd be better than what he's doing well
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    it's a song Assange is not important
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    anymore now it's really about WikiLeaks
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    which I mean you tell me remember when
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    that they were literally deep
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    platforming wikileaks.org from the
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    internet by hijacking you know the FBI
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    got the DNS they were jamming DNS
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    everywhere then you had tons of mirrors
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    everyone was registering a different
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    WikiLeaks domain to help spread the load
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    and now it's I don't see any of that
  • 12:39
    just wikileaks.org that works fine
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    they're on Twitter got Twitter do you
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    think they're saying coopted yeah I
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    would say by us so let's take a look at
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    the it's I'm not gonna argue against
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    that let's take a look at this guy goes
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    on this Niels character who's a un
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    torturer guy and he's supposed to be
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    able to go in and say you're tortured
  • 13:05
    somebody stop it I want that job great
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    job
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    but before getting to his other question
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    I want to play because there's the
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    implication that well you know you can't
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    get a fair trial because there's the
  • 13:20
    jury pool has been tampered with I think
  • 13:23
    I think of a lot of her based on our
  • 13:26
    lousy results from the last newsletter
  • 13:29
    which were where we discussed Julian
  • 13:32
    Assange I would guess that a good
  • 13:34
    portion of our audience all think Julian
  • 13:37
    Assange is a traitor and should be hung
  • 13:39
    or mm-hmm I don't know about that
  • 13:42
    it doesn't take a lot anyway so let's
  • 13:45
    listen but you just to get a feeling for
  • 13:47
    what the public might believe is going
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    on I have some clips from the view
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    [Applause]
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    we're trying to decide which ones to
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    okay well let's go with this one which
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    is a gem this is a this is whoopee
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    introducing the the arrest of Julian
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    Assange wouldn't happen and enjoy Behar
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    jumping in and joy brings us back up to
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    speed on exactly what the situation is
  • 14:19
    in the society and all around Julian
  • 14:23
    Assange has been arrested he faces
  • 14:25
    charges what she says Julian Assange
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    with the wait with the name like Whoopi
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    what he expects Julian Assange
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    hospitalized he faces charges in the US
  • 14:39
    for conspiring to hack into a classified
  • 14:42
    government computer WikiLeaks tweeted
  • 14:45
    that he's won dozens of journalism
  • 14:47
    awards nominated for a Nobel Prize every
  • 14:49
    year since 2010 and this is just a
  • 14:53
    campaign by the CIA to delegitimize and
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    do you mean if you humanize yeah I was
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    almost a dehumidifier so what do you
  • 15:07
    think it is what why did he break the
  • 15:10
    law wasn't a problem well remember what
  • 15:13
    he did originally yeah well he he hacked
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    into the Democrats computers and haven't
  • 15:21
    elected basically by exposing people
  • 15:23
    just his emails and then and then call
  • 15:25
    me when after Hillary and remember that
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    listen to that last bit again what did
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    Assange do computers and hacked into Wow
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    two years of Muller report and this is
  • 15:50
    what you took away from it joy and
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    helped Trump get elected basically by
  • 15:54
    exposing put Zeppo just his emails in
  • 15:56
    and then call me went after Hillary and
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    remember that
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    since 2010 Wow Wow
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    oh my goodness well she does not pass
  • 16:13
    the Muller test so so now Assange hacked
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    into the it's no longer the Russians it
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    wasn't the internet research agency it
  • 16:26
    was Assange but that's another clip the
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    view on Asajj would working with the
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    Russians okay there is a different sunny
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    and being a whistleblower and being a
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    straight-up hacker and what we found out
  • 16:48
    with us with Assange as he has he
  • 16:50
    conspired with Russia to meddle in our
  • 16:54
    2016 election so it was if that is not
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    committing a crime yes sir I don't know
  • 16:58
    what that is
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    I fail to say that under the freedom of
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    speech I can't get in
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    here's what I would tell you I Whoopi
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    says oh so it was him no let's just
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    review for a second I don't understand I
  • 17:18
    know they have producers on this show I
  • 17:21
    know that they're constantly talking
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    into their ears I know a lot of people
  • 17:25
    watch this show and take what these
  • 17:27
    women say it is gospel this is pretty
  • 17:30
    sad everything she just said is wrong
  • 17:33
    everything everything they boasted those
  • 17:36
    are two different women yes well they
  • 17:38
    all said it that they're wrong so let's
  • 17:41
    see what McCain has to say actually
  • 17:43
    prosecutor the politics of this have
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    always been a completely hypocritical on
  • 17:47
    both sides Eric Holder under Obama
  • 17:50
    decided against pursuing persecution of
  • 17:52
    Assange of concerns that WikiLeaks was
  • 17:55
    quote a journalistic organization that
  • 17:57
    would raced First Amendment issues
  • 17:58
    Chelsea Manning was granted clemency
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    Chelsea Manning in 2010 released 750,000
  • 18:03
    classified and sensitive military
  • 18:05
    documents that put our national security
  • 18:07
    at list under the Obama administration
  • 18:09
    she was given clemency yeah
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    a lot of people who put national
  • 18:14
    security at first I put myself in that
  • 18:15
    category had been warning about and
  • 18:17
    warning about and warning about and the
  • 18:18
    only time the Democrats started caring
  • 18:19
    is when I started affecting them
  • 18:21
    politically and Hillary Clinton's emails
  • 18:22
    were released and John Podesta Z mails
  • 18:24
    were released does gonna happen with him
  • 18:27
    that's myself here's the debate Iran
  • 18:29
    he'll well there you go pirata he'll
  • 18:36
    gets a round of applause we don't even
  • 18:38
    need to extradite him he's guilty done
  • 18:40
    and rotten in hell already doesn't
  • 18:42
    matter just bring a piece of hair yeah
  • 18:45
    we got a scalp girls that's that's
  • 18:50
    pretty low pretty low so let's go back
  • 18:53
    to our UN guy this is the a what's his
  • 18:56
    name again
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    Nils I got two I get first of all let's
  • 19:03
    have a short clip that kind of reflects
  • 19:05
    what the view people think in other
  • 19:07
    words the the jury pool has been
  • 19:09
    poisoned to the point where it's even if
  • 19:12
    the judge level play this little thick
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    clip here Nils on not guilty plea the
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    same day he was dragged out of the
  • 19:18
    embassy after more than six years and
  • 19:21
    the same day he was pulled into a UK
  • 19:23
    court he was given reportedly less than
  • 19:26
    15 minutes with this defense lawyer to
  • 19:28
    prepare a defense and then in a very
  • 19:30
    short hearing was convicted for bail
  • 19:32
    violation and and and and the judge even
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    insulted him as being a narcissist who
  • 19:38
    cannot get beyond himself now as a
  • 19:41
    lawyer having worked at court myself I
  • 19:43
    cannot imagine how a judge could come to
  • 19:46
    such a conclusion when the defendant
  • 19:48
    didn't say anything else in that hearing
  • 19:50
    then I plead not guilty no no that's a
  • 19:52
    kangaroo court then obviously you think
  • 19:55
    well of course we do have certain
  • 19:59
    standards here in the United States I
  • 20:01
    give you the example is brought to us by
  • 20:04
    former CIA chief John Brennan people are
  • 20:07
    innocent until alleged to be involved in
  • 20:09
    some type of komal activity okay just so
  • 20:11
    you know it's like we're very similar to
  • 20:13
    the International Criminal Court at this
  • 20:14
    point Neil's talking about getting a
  • 20:19
    fair trial
  • 20:23
    in the United States yes I'm Greg wait
  • 20:27
    stop stop I I'm just wondering what this
  • 20:30
    I I write cues for myself on these clips
  • 20:33
    uh and the cue in this case was asked
  • 20:36
    and I forgot what it was before I just
  • 20:39
    threw the clip out amy has just asked
  • 20:43
    him what was the potential for getting a
  • 20:46
    fair trial in the United States okay yes
  • 20:49
    I'm gravely gravely concerned I I'm
  • 20:52
    almost you know certain that he would
  • 20:54
    not get a safe fair trial and and a safe
  • 20:58
    treatment in the United States the
  • 21:00
    public prejudice including on the part
  • 21:03
    of former and current officials in the
  • 21:05
    United States has is so predominant and
  • 21:08
    for for several years now and and so
  • 21:12
    that that it would be almost impossible
  • 21:14
    to have an impartial court hearing where
  • 21:17
    he could actually be heard and his
  • 21:19
    concerns when we see that charges that
  • 21:21
    have been added now recently under the
  • 21:24
    Espionage Act most of them really relate
  • 21:26
    to activities that any investigative
  • 21:29
    journalists is conducting every day so
  • 21:31
    is really a reason for concern for press
  • 21:34
    freedom around the world then we are
  • 21:37
    also with the United States
  • 21:38
    unfortunately dealing with a country
  • 21:40
    that in the last 20 years has not shown
  • 21:43
    to be consistent in enforcing the
  • 21:46
    prohibition of torture with its own
  • 21:48
    officials we can speak to the Senate
  • 21:50
    committee report that has not led to a
  • 21:52
    single prosecution contrary to their
  • 21:54
    obligations under the Convention Against
  • 21:56
    Torture obviously the Collateral Murder
  • 21:59
    video has not led to any prosecutions
  • 22:00
    either the only person that is being
  • 22:03
    prosecuted here seems to be the one that
  • 22:05
    actually exposed all of these that's
  • 22:10
    that's our culture bro that's what our
  • 22:13
    elites always do Daniel Ellsberg with
  • 22:16
    the Pentagon Papers room Espionage Act
  • 22:19
    of course that that's that's what we do
  • 22:21
    we are horrible that way yeah well it
  • 22:26
    tends to work a little bit I did get
  • 22:29
    McGee I dug up the old McGovern clip
  • 22:35
    ray mcgovern the ex-cia guy talking
  • 22:37
    about and and I'd left the beginning of
  • 22:40
    this clip in it has something to do with
  • 22:42
    this an obscure way but mostly to do
  • 22:44
    with what the view said about Russia
  • 22:46
    hacking no a Julian Assange hacking not
  • 22:50
    Russia Julian Assange hacked a D&C yeah
  • 22:54
    McGovern makes an interest income this
  • 22:58
    was done in middle of 2018 and he says
  • 23:01
    he says he says we don't hear about
  • 23:04
    hacking anymore in 2018 he was in a
  • 23:08
    moment in time where that might have
  • 23:10
    been true but it's not true anymore and
  • 23:11
    this particular information that he goes
  • 23:14
    on and on about which we've discussed on
  • 23:16
    the show a lot mm-hmm
  • 23:18
    which is that it couldn't have been
  • 23:20
    hacked it had to be a thumb drive and
  • 23:22
    that which brings in all kinds of other
  • 23:24
    possible oh I do have some new
  • 23:27
    information regarding that but let's
  • 23:29
    listen to the govern and you can you can
  • 23:32
    update us you don't hear anything about
  • 23:34
    Russian hacking anymore right hmm that's
  • 23:37
    interesting huh that was a big deal well
  • 23:41
    suffice it to say that with the help of
  • 23:44
    our two former technical directors of
  • 23:47
    NSA bill Binney and Ed Loomis we've been
  • 23:51
    able to prove that the celebrated hack
  • 23:56
    end quote of 5 July 2016 which was
  • 24:02
    blamed on the Russians and the Russians
  • 24:05
    alleged to have given it to WikiLeaks
  • 24:07
    and that of course was the DNC emails
  • 24:13
    that this was not a Hank not Hank
  • 24:17
    by the Russians no not by Russians it's
  • 24:20
    not a hectic anybody know has that
  • 24:23
    worked think of the Internet as a pipe
  • 24:26
    okay now we know what the capacity of
  • 24:30
    the internet was in July of early July
  • 24:34
    for 2016 the information said to have
  • 24:39
    been hacked could not have been hacked
  • 24:42
    because it was downloaded onto a thumb
  • 24:46
    drive at a speed three times
  • 24:48
    what the internet pipe would have been
  • 24:53
    able to tolerate given its capacity this
  • 24:57
    is physics
  • 24:58
    okay now what rate was that that was
  • 25:00
    downloaded well I happened to be exactly
  • 25:02
    the same rate as the thumbdrive could
  • 25:05
    tolerate so less thing here is that we
  • 25:09
    know and have proven from forensics
  • 25:11
    forensics that the FBI did not do
  • 25:14
    against that the celebrated hack on the
  • 25:17
    fifth of July was not by Russia by
  • 25:18
    anybody else
  • 25:19
    it was a download you can say it was a
  • 25:22
    copy onto a thumb drive because the
  • 25:26
    speed at which it was copied exceeded
  • 25:28
    the capacity of the internet by three
  • 25:31
    times here's the problem but I do have
  • 25:34
    information I want to talk about here's
  • 25:35
    the problem I have with this and we've
  • 25:36
    repeated this and I want to believe this
  • 25:38
    I'd like to know exactly what log
  • 25:41
    they're looking at for if it was
  • 25:43
    transferred through so they have a
  • 25:46
    server log somewhere which shows a
  • 25:48
    transfer is that is that correct and who
  • 25:49
    has this and how do we get this server
  • 25:51
    log in the first place I don't know okay
  • 25:54
    nobody seems to explain it well this is
  • 25:57
    why I don't like it if if you have law
  • 26:00
    if you have access to logs that can show
  • 26:02
    you the speed at which it was download
  • 26:04
    then you also know what port and what
  • 26:07
    protocol was used I never hear anyone
  • 26:09
    talk about it except for because of the
  • 26:11
    speed it had to be a USB don't say thumb
  • 26:15
    drive that's kind of like 1998 I'll say
  • 26:18
    USB Drive however I've got information
  • 26:22
    man new shit has come to light in
  • 26:25
    lacking of any evidence that it was an
  • 26:27
    actual thumb drive I now have pretty
  • 26:30
    much proof that it would have worked and
  • 26:32
    could have easily been a power line
  • 26:35
    connector could have been anything and
  • 26:41
    I'm a little
  • 26:43
    people repeating this it had to be it
  • 26:46
    had to be it had to be without how did
  • 26:49
    show me the log I know what logs look
  • 26:51
    like I know where the logs come from
  • 26:53
    honest was it a UNIX server was it a
  • 26:56
    Windows machine was it a Windows 2000
  • 26:59
    server yeah find it difficult to believe
  • 27:02
    that one of the security blogs doesn't
  • 27:04
    have all this information I've not seen
  • 27:06
    it
  • 27:09
    of course now we have the troll room
  • 27:11
    posting all kinds of possible articles
  • 27:13
    which I'm happy because we need to know
  • 27:16
    it's well you said you had new
  • 27:19
    information that's what I just said it
  • 27:20
    could have been a powerline adapter that
  • 27:22
    what you're just throwing it okay that's
  • 27:24
    not new information that's supposition
  • 27:25
    yes of course it is and of course you
  • 27:28
    brought the powerline thing and because
  • 27:29
    you because this is a theme when you
  • 27:33
    need to explain my jokes it's already
  • 27:35
    bad okay sorry
  • 27:39
    what I'm thinking of what is he good
  • 27:41
    what is where is he going with this and
  • 27:43
    then I then it's just a joke ridiculing
  • 27:45
    the yo power line technology if you
  • 27:53
    think about having a power line
  • 27:56
    connection oh there's all kinds of
  • 27:58
    possibilities all you have to do is just
  • 28:01
    drop one in somewhere or you have to
  • 28:04
    press two buttons at the same time to
  • 28:05
    pair him no it's not at the same time
  • 28:09
    you they have to be near each other
  • 28:11
    and push one button and it blinks and
  • 28:13
    then you push the other button and then
  • 28:14
    you're they're paired you have to be you
  • 28:16
    have to push them both you have to you
  • 28:18
    have to have access to both of them
  • 28:20
    and within the same timeframe yes okay
  • 28:23
    so it's not a great way anyway that's
  • 28:28
    not true is the way it would work you
  • 28:30
    you have your master and your slave and
  • 28:33
    there your simile in the office and you
  • 28:35
    put them into plugs and your param and
  • 28:37
    then you take the slave and then you
  • 28:38
    stick it over at some places now you can
  • 28:40
    put it anywhere you want okay it doesn't
  • 28:43
    send out a blip through the through the
  • 28:45
    potty why am I even asking you this I
  • 28:47
    don't want to know anymore it's fine it
  • 28:50
    was a it was a thumb drive I'm going
  • 28:54
    with the powerline ID how do people get
  • 28:56
    these transfer ties I see it in the
  • 28:58
    troll room hey there was no log transfer
  • 29:00
    time escape transfer where do you get
  • 29:02
    transfer time from just magic appeared
  • 29:04
    out of the sky I'm sorry I'm not I'm not
  • 29:08
    buying it anymore until someone can show
  • 29:12
    me where this information comes from and
  • 29:14
    this is this is the Binney group so I
  • 29:16
    hold them in pretty high regard they
  • 29:18
    should do more than just say
  • 29:20
    I will look into it okay you have a
  • 29:27
    second clip for
  • 29:28
    McGovern yeah this is the boob this is
  • 29:31
    that I don't even know what this clip is
  • 29:33
    but as I put it here for uh I got three
  • 29:38
    clips apparently clay McGovern no I got
  • 29:41
    two you're right play the second clip
  • 29:43
    sorry this is motive and Scott
  • 29:44
    information dole Benny is still working
  • 29:46
    on this that shows that GU surfer 2.0
  • 29:50
    who is said to be working for the
  • 29:52
    Russians are very much involved in this
  • 29:54
    that it's a fraud that everything is
  • 29:57
    he's been saying it is demonstrably
  • 30:01
    suspect because of various physical
  • 30:03
    principles now why is that why is that
  • 30:05
    of importance well let me just tell you
  • 30:09
    that we have a new Nuclear Posture
  • 30:12
    statement revealed on Friday and the the
  • 30:17
    really new aspect of this says that we
  • 30:22
    can we can go to war with nuclear
  • 30:25
    weapons or these small nuclear weapons
  • 30:27
    on the on the occasion of any kind of
  • 30:32
    enemy act including cyber attack whoa so
  • 30:38
    eighty percent of the American people
  • 30:40
    according to my informal poll including
  • 30:43
    my family believe that everybody knows
  • 30:46
    the russians hacked into our election
  • 30:49
    everybody knows that just like everybody
  • 30:51
    knew that their weapons of mass
  • 30:53
    destruction in iraq it's not true that
  • 30:56
    they did it's the monster bleep untrue
  • 30:59
    but you know the next time this comes
  • 31:02
    around next time there's a cyber attack
  • 31:05
    by the russians or anybody else
  • 31:07
    so-called this was still on the record
  • 31:10
    well he hacked into our election they
  • 31:12
    tried to undermine a democracy in 2016
  • 31:15
    or they're doing it again yeah and this
  • 31:18
    is you know anything McGovern says
  • 31:21
    anything we say once the information is
  • 31:24
    out there and I'm really I'm demure and
  • 31:26
    disappointed and somewhat depressed by
  • 31:28
    the view clips that is now what people
  • 31:31
    will believe Julian Assange hacked into
  • 31:34
    our elections hacked into the Hillary
  • 31:37
    Clinton just into Clinton don't have to
  • 31:39
    say anything just hacked into Clinton
  • 31:41
    and published everything that's the
  • 31:44
    state no one else will give a shit no
  • 31:46
    one else will remember anything there's
  • 31:47
    no more truth to be had it's over and
  • 31:49
    done with and Assange will never stand
  • 31:51
    trial
  • 31:51
    dead man walking sorry they're gonna
  • 31:53
    kill him they got it the message is out
  • 31:56
    they got everything they need in place
  • 31:57
    off him continue with WikiLeaks great
  • 32:00
    great co-opt well that's what you do
  • 32:07
    you'd coop it and it's been done I don't
  • 32:12
    know how they're gonna deal with Asajj
  • 32:15
    if he does get killed and urn is not
  • 32:18
    that big I mean you can kind of put it
  • 32:20
    anywhere but if you've got the people
  • 32:23
    that they view going off like they did
  • 32:27
    with this unbelievable bullcrap mm-hmm
  • 32:31
    yeah yeah nobody will care be a lot of
  • 32:35
    good riddance or all visits I mean the
  • 32:38
    other thing I don't I didn't bitch about
  • 32:40
    so much in the last show but I
  • 32:41
    continually bitch about is the fact that
  • 32:44
    massage isn't an American but yet they
  • 32:47
    call him a traitor
  • 32:48
    yeah well did they call him that on the
  • 32:51
    view I didn't hear that the t-one no she
  • 32:54
    just wanted him to rot in hell but they
  • 32:59
    could just if they did it would they
  • 33:00
    would have fit right in
  • 33:01
    right but others have I mean a lot of
  • 33:03
    our senators a lot of Republican
  • 33:05
    senators have called him a traitor
  • 33:06
    mm-hmm
  • 33:07
    I think even Trump may have I'm not sure
  • 33:12
    but he's been called a traitor on and on
  • 33:14
    and on and it's just beyond me because
  • 33:17
    how can you be a traitor if you're not
  • 33:20
    even a citizen no you can be an enemy of
  • 33:23
    the state well that's yeah a lot of
  • 33:29
    people can be a enemy of the state I'd
  • 33:32
    like to talk for a moment about
  • 33:33
    something I think it happened on show
  • 33:35
    day I believe it happened on Thursday
  • 33:37
    the president threatened Mexico with 5%
  • 33:43
    tariffs on on all goods from Mexico as
  • 33:46
    of June 10th if they don't slow down the
  • 33:49
    wave of
  • 33:52
    people seeking entry into the United
  • 33:55
    States without proper paperwork to my
  • 33:57
    new term for illegal and I have to say
  • 34:01
    to about two things first I think it's a
  • 34:03
    brilliant strategy this makes makes so
  • 34:06
    much sense I think Mexico responded
  • 34:08
    quite quickly but also and I haven't
  • 34:11
    heard anyone mentioned this not even on
  • 34:14
    Fox where I expected it to pop up this
  • 34:17
    will be the way he turns around and says
  • 34:21
    there you go
  • 34:22
    and Mexico's paying for the wall no one
  • 34:26
    has said this yet it's so it's so
  • 34:28
    obvious to me like oh we know so what is
  • 34:32
    it 300 billion dollars a year so Jack it
  • 34:36
    up Jew yeah every month 5% every month
  • 34:39
    yeah it's fantastic they'll be paying
  • 34:42
    for the wall I mean I don't know how
  • 34:46
    he's gonna turn around and sell it but
  • 34:47
    you know he's gonna know he's gonna have
  • 34:49
    to say that it's perfect it's stunning
  • 34:52
    if he doesn't did you get was now I
  • 34:55
    guess you couldn't talk about this with
  • 34:56
    Horowitz since that happened after
  • 34:58
    Tuesday's show I guess or did it I don't
  • 35:00
    don't remember no it was no exactly it
  • 35:05
    was that after the show so what do you
  • 35:07
    think about this about the about the
  • 35:08
    tariffs well I haven't really given it a
  • 35:16
    lot of thought I didn't think was a bad
  • 35:17
    idea if it works because all yeah the
  • 35:20
    idea is that you're gonna ding them
  • 35:22
    until they put their foot down in it if
  • 35:23
    you remember if you remember let's see
  • 35:28
    probably during the Obama administration
  • 35:29
    we this was discussed because it was
  • 35:31
    discussed a lot by the right-wingers oh
  • 35:33
    no as I think was I don't know what site
  • 35:37
    what political site discuss this but
  • 35:38
    you'll remember soon as I bring it up
  • 35:41
    Mexico supposedly said well you know
  • 35:44
    we're dealing so harshly with the
  • 35:47
    Mexicans or a little harshly with the
  • 35:48
    Mexicans and everyone's saying the
  • 35:51
    counter was you're being too harsh with
  • 35:53
    these Mexicans are coming over the
  • 35:54
    border
  • 35:55
    well Mexico on their southern border
  • 35:59
    anybody comes over they beat the crap
  • 36:02
    out of them send them back they're very
  • 36:04
    harsh they grab them and they
  • 36:05
    you pour them they do not let anyone
  • 36:07
    come up to southern border and they made
  • 36:09
    a big stink about it all this was a big
  • 36:11
    point of discussion probably in 2014
  • 36:17
    2012 maybe mm-hmm and it kept going on
  • 36:20
    what happened to that debt policy where
  • 36:23
    the Mexicans all of a sudden they're
  • 36:24
    saying well were you will you coming
  • 36:26
    over we're gonna beat the crap out of
  • 36:28
    you if you're gonna stay here and they
  • 36:29
    say no no we're going the United States
  • 36:30
    oh okay
  • 36:31
    just take this up the coast to presume
  • 36:35
    once the Soros dollars came through
  • 36:37
    everything like I asked George friends
  • 36:40
    of George Visa debit card friend of
  • 36:46
    George yeah off you go
  • 36:48
    no problem so with that in mind you'd
  • 36:51
    think that something that the Mexicans
  • 36:53
    obviously have a little more control
  • 36:55
    over the situation and it is New Mexico
  • 36:58
    the way it's shaped it's kind of you
  • 36:59
    know it's like a funnel and so it's not
  • 37:01
    that easy you know you just you don't
  • 37:03
    have a big border like we do with the
  • 37:06
    United States you have a very small
  • 37:08
    border down the south and it's very easy
  • 37:10
    to control and that's all I think I
  • 37:12
    think the Mexicans can do it if they
  • 37:14
    want you because they've done it before
  • 37:15
    well it's it seemed that that hours
  • 37:18
    after this this threat went out then the
  • 37:21
    Mexicans say well let's send some people
  • 37:24
    over Friday listen I don't have a little
  • 37:25
    chat we can work something out and of
  • 37:29
    course we see all kinds of people
  • 37:31
    gearing up to get the courts and it's
  • 37:33
    illegal and you can't do it he has no
  • 37:34
    power and uh I am so done with all of
  • 37:39
    this I'm looking at other news around
  • 37:40
    the world
  • 37:41
    everything here is it is a stupid
  • 37:43
    sideshow of outrage and people addicted
  • 37:48
    to emotion sad yeah it's very sad it's
  • 37:53
    and it's not funny isn't there's nothing
  • 37:55
    interesting excited I do that there's
  • 37:59
    funny moments for example for today I've
  • 38:03
    got the Trump genius I so I think it's
  • 38:05
    really a funny moment well is this
  • 38:07
    something that maybe I can use for end
  • 38:09
    of show let's see I'm an extremely
  • 38:11
    stable genius
  • 38:13
    it's not a new one no of course it's not
  • 38:16
    I bet I've been itching to get it
  • 38:19
    alright we can talk about no let me grab
  • 38:23
    the the wheel here let's talk about some
  • 38:26
    of our 2020 candidates just to get it
  • 38:28
    out of the way and then we have a lot of
  • 38:29
    other things to talk about yeah there's
  • 38:31
    been some there's been some new
  • 38:32
    information we're learning things about
  • 38:34
    people first of all yes I okay I have
  • 38:40
    some news I haven't put it on the page
  • 38:42
    yet but I have some new thoughts on this
  • 38:43
    and I you should yeah okay tell me what
  • 38:47
    you got okay well I'd say the number two
  • 38:52
    candidate is Hillary Clinton we still
  • 38:54
    think she will uh according to the
  • 38:57
    cosmic weeny she will re-enter and
  • 38:58
    she'll fly right in and no evidences she
  • 39:02
    won't and of course this came across our
  • 39:05
    desk so get this folks hillary clinton
  • 39:07
    is set to serve as a keynote speaker at
  • 39:10
    the 2019 cyber defense summit cyber
  • 39:13
    security company fire I tweeting this
  • 39:16
    flyer out and saying the event is
  • 39:17
    designed to inform executives about how
  • 39:19
    to quote mitigate detect and respond to
  • 39:22
    cyber attacks but is the political
  • 39:25
    figure who really came to define
  • 39:27
    mismanagement of cyber security the
  • 39:29
    right person takeno to cover its on
  • 39:32
    cyber security bones yeah I'd say she's
  • 39:35
    the perfect one-two keynote that and
  • 39:36
    it's interesting that it's fire I um
  • 39:40
    since they were they've always dealt
  • 39:42
    with CrowdStrike
  • 39:43
    Bing Bing I think yeah and fire or fire
  • 39:46
    I really the pew pew guys are they the
  • 39:48
    ones with the ribbon lamp you I don't
  • 39:51
    know I can't recoup track of these bony
  • 39:52
    head believe so well the troll room
  • 39:54
    knows the troll room knows is it is it
  • 39:56
    the fire I guys who have the the map you
  • 39:59
    I think it is yeah yes we hear you with
  • 40:03
    your pew pew
  • 40:05
    no that was Norse let's see I do have
  • 40:10
    the pew pew here I think
  • 40:16
    that'll be a big hit for her I'm sure
  • 40:18
    she's getting a lot of money for it and
  • 40:20
    I think people will enjoy that she'll
  • 40:23
    have some funny one-liners it'll be a
  • 40:24
    pretty good show I wonder how much she's
  • 40:27
    getting this is really and completely
  • 40:30
    I'd love to find out I you gotta have a
  • 40:33
    good payday if you're gonna do something
  • 40:35
    like this I mean it's it's
  • 40:37
    self-deprecating which is funny it's
  • 40:40
    totally getting the awareness I mean
  • 40:42
    it's really she'll play it too she'll
  • 40:44
    play this over yeah hating part yeah so
  • 40:46
    you got to get a payday for that it's
  • 40:48
    got to be good these guys have nothing
  • 40:50
    not fire I think fire eyes public well
  • 40:55
    talking about candidates there's
  • 40:57
    something that was brought up on
  • 40:59
    yes news and public company so give to
  • 41:02
    give her some stock give her some
  • 41:03
    options it's beautiful oh yeah that
  • 41:06
    would work well give me some stock okay
  • 41:09
    that's how they get rich in Silicon
  • 41:11
    Valley
  • 41:12
    yes stock options so this it was kind of
  • 41:16
    brought up on the NewsHour and when they
  • 41:20
    brought it up I didn't think too much
  • 41:21
    about I do have a clip which talks about
  • 41:24
    one aspect I will play that but let me
  • 41:25
    just tell you what the theory is there's
  • 41:28
    a bunch of Democrats and David Brooks
  • 41:31
    himself says I don't know why these
  • 41:32
    people are even running because it's I
  • 41:36
    don't know what to think and this is
  • 41:37
    crazy but there's a bunch of Democrats
  • 41:40
    and no one has noticed this they're
  • 41:41
    trying to talk about a little bit but as
  • 41:42
    you hear from the clip that I'm gonna
  • 41:44
    play it doesn't go anywhere but there
  • 41:47
    are certain candidates say our single
  • 41:49
    issue this is very old-fashioned type of
  • 41:51
    politics single issue candidates
  • 41:54
    Gillibrand is for women's rights and
  • 41:57
    pro-abortion that's it
  • 42:01
    Erik's wall well from California guns
  • 42:04
    gun control gun control and more gun
  • 42:07
    control Inslee the bonehead governor
  • 42:11
    from Washington State climate change and
  • 42:14
    only climate change he's running on a
  • 42:17
    climate change platform I don't know
  • 42:19
    that I can isolate more of these well
  • 42:21
    now I'm yes what I was gonna say is that
  • 42:26
    I can answer the question why these
  • 42:27
    people are running they're not running
  • 42:29
    because they believe they have any
  • 42:30
    chance they're running to raise their
  • 42:32
    profile so they are preparing for the
  • 42:35
    next step it could be a Senate Senate
  • 42:36
    seat could be no I totally agree with
  • 42:39
    that and I think even I've mentioned and
  • 42:42
    I may be in that new in the cosmic weeny
  • 42:46
    piece that Tulsi Gabbard I think is just
  • 42:49
    after that idiot senator from Hawaii
  • 42:52
    Maisie whatever her name is amazing her
  • 42:55
    own oh yeah mazie Hirono she's hopeless
  • 42:59
    but I think these single issues things
  • 43:02
    they it's not as though there's any
  • 43:04
    crossover which makes me wonder if
  • 43:06
    they're test-marketing these different
  • 43:08
    ideas okay these different candidates
  • 43:12
    out there you see which one gets
  • 43:13
    traction with whatever issue they're
  • 43:15
    running on and then you incorporate that
  • 43:18
    issue into the platform and none of
  • 43:19
    these candidates of course have a chance
  • 43:21
    and I think that's pretty obvious when
  • 43:23
    they talked about done Newshour they
  • 43:26
    talked about Gillibrand a bit to here
  • 43:30
    play this clip is Mark shields on
  • 43:32
    abortion and Gillibrand and now we turn
  • 43:35
    to the analysis of shields and Brooks
  • 43:36
    that is syndicated columnist mark
  • 43:38
    shields and New York Times columnist
  • 43:40
    David Brooks hello to both of you so we
  • 43:42
    are trying to work our way through a
  • 43:44
    conversation with each one of these
  • 43:46
    candidates mark there now as we said 23
  • 43:49
    of them we talked to Eric's wall well
  • 43:51
    tonight kirsten gillibrand last night
  • 43:53
    I'm not gonna say they're one issue
  • 43:55
    candidates but they are in his case you
  • 43:58
    heard him talk about gun control Kirsten
  • 44:00
    Gillibrand emphasizing women's issues
  • 44:02
    what are you hearing from them is is it
  • 44:05
    smart for them to seize on one issue or
  • 44:07
    not well we'll find out whether it is it
  • 44:10
    just strikes me that abortion as an
  • 44:14
    issue has been that way because Kristen
  • 44:19
    Gillibrand is probably most prominently
  • 44:21
    identified it is an issue where those
  • 44:25
    who seek it it's hard to it's hard to
  • 44:29
    imagine and and I just say that the UH
  • 44:36
    the uneasy consensus I mean
  • 44:39
    it and that's this and and that you know
  • 44:42
    to me if you start to it's it just did
  • 44:45
    it changed that which I think
  • 44:46
    Republicans are fighting all right now
  • 44:48
    when you've got it I think it tells you
  • 44:50
    something about the politics then I mean
  • 44:54
    it was summarized come on you edited
  • 44:57
    that the guy does not sound like that
  • 45:01
    he's bad but he's not that bad anyway I
  • 45:05
    think it brings it right will not have
  • 45:08
    this this this this fake fake news these
  • 45:11
    deep fakes taking place without without
  • 45:14
    you come and clean well I will say that
  • 45:19
    I Krim dit for us to make it more
  • 45:23
    concise okay I went out of my way to do
  • 45:30
    a specifically better job so the ear
  • 45:34
    can't won't hear ya know it was
  • 45:37
    undetectable John I don't I don't know
  • 45:40
    how you did it alright
  • 45:42
    Kamala Harris is not a single issue
  • 45:46
    candidate she is a no issue candidate
  • 45:48
    she here's what she says you just bring
  • 45:52
    up an issue to me John any issue so what
  • 45:56
    is your take on gun control
  • 45:58
    I think gun control in this country is
  • 46:02
    something we ought to have a
  • 46:03
    conversation about try me again what do
  • 46:07
    you think about abortion yes we need to
  • 46:10
    have a comprehensive conversation about
  • 46:14
    women's reproductive rights and you
  • 46:18
    don't think that this is another one of
  • 46:19
    the test marketing strategies no I no
  • 46:22
    issue candidate no I think she's sitting
  • 46:24
    there waiting for the other jamokes to
  • 46:26
    come in with their reports and like well
  • 46:28
    and this didn't work really well Kamla
  • 46:30
    I'm trying this one well and I don't
  • 46:33
    know how serious she's being taken as a
  • 46:35
    candidate she was on stage at a was to
  • 46:38
    move on conference all of a sudden some
  • 46:42
    man bun pops up on stage grabs her my
  • 46:46
    you got a mic and they cut him off well
  • 46:48
    he talk so you can hear him a little bit
  • 46:50
    here
  • 46:54
    [Applause]
  • 47:03
    [Applause]
  • 47:05
    for your big idea so there's there's 15
  • 47:08
    so I could let it run for a second
  • 47:10
    there's 15 seconds between this man bun
  • 47:13
    popping up on stage cam Allah gets up
  • 47:16
    walks away slowly and after 15 seconds
  • 47:21
    some kind of security guard jumps the
  • 47:23
    guy and from behind you know pushes him
  • 47:26
    away how serious can you take this
  • 47:29
    candidate if she has zero security any
  • 47:32
    douchebag can pop up and like here we go
  • 47:35
    I'm just grabbing the mic and right in
  • 47:36
    your face nothing but also what kind of
  • 47:42
    a leader is camel a Harris I mean she's
  • 47:44
    gone now she's off the stage and this is
  • 47:46
    going on this okay it's okay folks it's
  • 47:49
    okay people have their own big ideas
  • 47:52
    they have their own big ideas so she
  • 47:54
    could have easily come back the guy is
  • 47:56
    off the stage to our folks that have
  • 47:59
    come here to speak she didn't have to
  • 48:00
    leave it all she was never in any real
  • 48:02
    danger after they got him
  • 48:09
    they have to chant to bring her back
  • 48:12
    this would be the leader of the free
  • 48:15
    world in our country a pussy no you know
  • 48:19
    this is peach annex pic well then he's
  • 48:25
    picking a pussy she's she's no she's a
  • 48:29
    coward
  • 48:30
    she's a coward she didn't really even
  • 48:33
    want to come back on stage even though
  • 48:34
    this guy had been gone for a minute well
  • 48:37
    I remember that objects in my in my view
  • 48:40
    bad optics for someone who wants to be
  • 48:42
    President and leader yeah yeah you can
  • 48:45
    step back for a second but maybe even
  • 48:46
    say something address it she was gone
  • 48:49
    she was that he was in the limo
  • 48:50
    I remember in the years past when gene
  • 48:57
    McCarthy was running for president and
  • 49:01
    he showed up at the Berkeley campus and
  • 49:05
    he's just so he was just like showed up
  • 49:06
    and he was walking around with no
  • 49:09
    security really and some maniac just
  • 49:11
    like this guy and only an older version
  • 49:14
    or a different version this is a hippie
  • 49:15
    version as opposed to the man button
  • 49:17
    type who's a creepy looking guy by the
  • 49:19
    way they start yelling at him and
  • 49:21
    McCarthy he gave as good as he got
  • 49:26
    he just just stood there stood his
  • 49:28
    ground and started jacking with the guy
  • 49:30
    and said oh you're wrong about you're
  • 49:31
    wrong about that
  • 49:32
    sure he you know he was I was very
  • 49:34
    impressed by this you know yes skulking
  • 49:39
    off you know and in fear is not the way
  • 49:41
    to do it you kind of have to see the
  • 49:43
    video to just see that you know she sits
  • 49:45
    there the guy comes right Yanks the mic
  • 49:47
    out of her hand she's like oh and then
  • 49:50
    you know the guy's yappin he's walking
  • 49:52
    and then you just see her go tip to
  • 49:54
    through the tulips put a paw patrol and
  • 49:57
    the thing is she had this she always he
  • 49:59
    kept that kind of shit eating grin that
  • 50:01
    she always has a conversation about that
  • 50:05
    I think just keep the smile on my face
  • 50:08
    as I move out of the way it's never
  • 50:11
    conversation about that man bond and
  • 50:13
    then we had Elizabeth Warren
  • 50:16
    I went on the The Breakfast Club which
  • 50:20
    is power 105 in New York who apparently
  • 50:23
    have no commercials I don't make any
  • 50:25
    money but they interviewed her for 44
  • 50:29
    for almost 45 minutes not a single
  • 50:31
    commercial break was just for a morning
  • 50:33
    show is pretty good but it also it
  • 50:35
    really gave time for us to get to know
  • 50:39
    the candidates and they are brutally
  • 50:41
    honest you've probably heard little
  • 50:43
    snippets of this I figured it's no
  • 50:45
    agenda why don't we play the entire
  • 50:47
    piece in context where they asked her
  • 50:50
    specifically about her mistake of
  • 50:55
    thinking she was of Native American
  • 50:59
    heritage and I want to clear up some
  • 51:00
    stuff there's a lot of criticism that
  • 51:03
    said about you something can you speak
  • 51:05
    on these things the Native Americans
  • 51:07
    they do you regret taking the DNA test
  • 51:09
    oh look I can't go back mmm but you know
  • 51:12
    you got explain to a lot of people that
  • 51:14
    don't know now you came out and said
  • 51:15
    that you were Native American long ago
  • 51:17
    in the island out that you weren't and
  • 51:19
    people were very upset about the same
  • 51:20
    for the people who don't know a lot of
  • 51:22
    people notice that well notice that
  • 51:26
    she's also fighting the same issue that
  • 51:28
    we were talking about with you know what
  • 51:30
    the what the public believes these guys
  • 51:32
    do and she's not answering any questions
  • 51:34
    obviously you know so oh you are do you
  • 51:37
    do you regret taking the DNA test she
  • 51:39
    didn't say no no she's like yeah you you
  • 51:44
    claimed falsely you didn't Native
  • 51:46
    American no long ago she in the people's
  • 51:50
    minds she's a liar and I don't think she
  • 51:52
    can break through it I grew up in
  • 51:55
    Oklahoma I learned about my family the
  • 51:58
    same way most people learn about their
  • 51:59
    family from my mama and my daddy and my
  • 52:01
    aunt's and my uncles corn flakes bucks
  • 52:03
    and it's what I believe but I'm not a
  • 52:08
    person of a collar I'm not a citizen of
  • 52:10
    a tribe and I shouldn't have done it I
  • 52:16
    can't go back you know but I should mmm
  • 52:18
    but what I what I can do is try to be a
  • 52:23
    good partner and that's what I do every
  • 52:26
    day
  • 52:27
    how long did you all on it I could there
  • 52:28
    was some report that said you a native
  • 52:29
    working on your Texas ball license and
  • 52:31
    then she said you a Native American on
  • 52:32
    some documents when you have professor
  • 52:33
    at Harvard like why'd you do that so
  • 52:35
    it's what I believe you know that's like
  • 52:39
    I said it's what I learned for my family
  • 52:41
    when do you find out you when did you
  • 52:42
    find out you want
  • 52:43
    well no it's I'm not a person of color
  • 52:48
    I'm not a citizen of a tribe and tribal
  • 52:52
    citizenship is an important distinction
  • 52:54
    and not something I am so was any
  • 52:59
    benefit no Boston Globe did a full
  • 53:03
    investigation it never affected nothing
  • 53:05
    about my family ever affected any job I
  • 53:08
    ever got um didn't get a discount in
  • 53:10
    college now it's kind of like the
  • 53:11
    original Rachel Dolezal she needs a
  • 53:23
    crisis management she's better better
  • 53:26
    come back or she needs yeah I can give
  • 53:28
    some ideas of what she should have done
  • 53:30
    okay first of all she's right off the
  • 53:36
    bat she could have killed this whole
  • 53:37
    thing in the Richard Rachel Dolezal
  • 53:39
    thing at the beginning when they said
  • 53:41
    you regret taking the DNA test she
  • 53:44
    should be more aggressive and say look
  • 53:46
    look Lord with that look I was convinced
  • 53:51
    it and then maybe you could do a sidebar
  • 53:54
    here and say do you remember that
  • 53:55
    there's a there's a black woman on
  • 53:57
    YouTube that took her DNA chess SS used
  • 54:00
    white and she's very upset about this I
  • 54:02
    was convinced I was Native American I
  • 54:06
    have some features that look Native
  • 54:08
    American I was told I was Native
  • 54:10
    American and everybody's ridiculing me
  • 54:12
    for cuz I'm white so I decided to take
  • 54:15
    the DNA test because I took the DNA test
  • 54:18
    cuz that's what I thought
  • 54:19
    once it proved that I was a Native
  • 54:20
    American I said okay fine I'm out of
  • 54:22
    here
  • 54:23
    yeah but see the problem there is that
  • 54:26
    if you recall I'm actually looking for
  • 54:28
    it when she did the DNA test she had a
  • 54:31
    friend of I think one of her husband's
  • 54:33
    friends and he is part owner of the
  • 54:37
    company that did the analysis and he
  • 54:39
    called her on the phone and they had
  • 54:41
    both sides of it
  • 54:42
    well looks like you're definitely
  • 54:44
    definitely Pocahontas and you know so
  • 54:49
    she can't get away from that that of
  • 54:50
    that mules done I'm sorry is what I
  • 54:54
    described if she you're right because
  • 54:55
    actually there's two things involved one
  • 54:59
    and this she should she doubled down was
  • 55:02
    her problem when the test came back
  • 55:05
    there was something about her maybe
  • 55:06
    having some Peruvian or some south south
  • 55:09
    south america South American South
  • 55:12
    American Indian maybe and so she went
  • 55:16
    with that and as soon as she did that to
  • 55:18
    that the Cherokee Nation or one of the
  • 55:19
    Indian tribes today a just got nothing
  • 55:22
    to do with nothing and they brought up
  • 55:24
    the thing about you're not a member of a
  • 55:25
    tribe and the whole thing is bogus and
  • 55:27
    so sending this you just kind of stuck
  • 55:29
    in the middle she should have used the
  • 55:31
    DNA test to escape from the nonsense
  • 55:35
    right of her being Native American right
  • 55:37
    could have done it you know I guess it's
  • 55:39
    not true there's some evidence maybe
  • 55:40
    it's South America but she didn't do
  • 55:43
    that she double done that's the mistake
  • 55:44
    she made she probably should have gotten
  • 55:45
    to consulted early yeah no she screwed
  • 55:49
    up she's complete yeah there was no way
  • 55:52
    she's gonna get anywhere
  • 55:53
    gosh I wish I knew what those cliffs
  • 55:56
    were that's right especially that of DNA
  • 56:08
    she pander abuse that is the ice over
  • 56:11
    the end of the show
  • 56:11
    you're like though she pandered quite a
  • 56:14
    bit every day every time she could turn
  • 56:17
    around and say reparations or h HB SC
  • 56:22
    you historically black colleges and you
  • 56:25
    know well we got to give more money
  • 56:26
    there she's just a panderer but then she
  • 56:32
    she talked about her trip to the border
  • 56:34
    a year ago and I found this to be quite
  • 56:38
    disingenuous no doubt the border is
  • 56:40
    messy and yet detention facilities that
  • 56:44
    go to any jail any place where people
  • 56:47
    are detained it's it's not pretty you
  • 56:49
    see human beings behind bars
  • 56:51
    but there's another way you can paint
  • 56:52
    that picture if you're Elizabeth Warren
  • 56:54
    I went down to the border it's been what
  • 56:57
    probably about a year ago right now when
  • 56:59
    it first came out about separating mamas
  • 57:02
    from their babies and picture an Amazon
  • 57:06
    warehouse only its dirty and it smelled
  • 57:09
    bad well wait a minute how is that
  • 57:11
    different from an Amazon warehouse only
  • 57:18
    it's dirty and it smelled bad and I walk
  • 57:22
    in and on the left its cage after cage
  • 57:25
    after cage
  • 57:27
    okay age about 10 feet wide about 40
  • 57:30
    feet deep toilet back in the corner and
  • 57:32
    they're just jammed one after another
  • 57:35
    after another same thing on the right
  • 57:36
    only cages of women then you walk into
  • 57:38
    the main space and there are these huge
  • 57:41
    freestanding cages out in the middle
  • 57:44
    girls
  • 57:49
    lot of that cages in cages in cages and
  • 57:53
    the way that conjures up its images of
  • 57:55
    actual cages but of course it's you know
  • 57:58
    it's bars it says sell no her pandering
  • 58:04
    and the reparations thing and all the
  • 58:06
    rest of it these impractical ideas she's
  • 58:09
    full of crap she's always been full of
  • 58:11
    crap and so she did that hearing about
  • 58:13
    Rachel calling on the phone the robo
  • 58:16
    calls and she we have to put a stop to
  • 58:18
    it it's worse than ever
  • 58:19
    she is a do-nothing senator a do-nothing
  • 58:24
    person who just was very ambitious I
  • 58:27
    have a clip here just because I see it
  • 58:29
    from 2011 it says Elizabeth Warren
  • 58:31
    elitist shall we just have a listen
  • 58:33
    since it's an old clip and you never
  • 58:34
    know what joy could bring us
  • 58:36
    I'm sure it's fantastic you are causing
  • 58:39
    problems we had an agreement for a later
  • 58:43
    hearing your staff asked us yeah that's
  • 58:46
    just not good can already tell it's not
  • 58:49
    going to be good without knowing what it
  • 58:50
    is all right then I have
  • 58:56
    brexit
  • 59:03
    brexit yes I didn't get any clips or
  • 59:08
    anything of John Cleese but you know it
  • 59:11
    was not that good
  • 59:13
    no it wasn't I did get a good clip from
  • 59:15
    Elton John which I thought was there it
  • 59:18
    shows exactly the problem with people in
  • 59:22
    this case who are with the establishment
  • 59:26
    and and virtue signal and claim things
  • 59:29
    but really are behaving in exactly the
  • 59:32
    opposite way the Elton John is in the
  • 59:35
    news now not only because there's this
  • 59:41
    movie out about him called Rocket Man
  • 59:42
    which is in theaters now and I'm very
  • 59:45
    much looking forward to that and of
  • 59:46
    course they've got the publicity machine
  • 59:48
    ramped up you know wall in Russia
  • 59:50
    they're showing it they're cutting out
  • 59:52
    the gay scenes well that's just so you
  • 59:54
    don't have to pay a fine who so you're
  • 59:55
    cutting out the gay scenes so don't lie
  • 59:58
    about that but then he's on stage and
  • 1:00:00
    this is what he said just the other
  • 1:00:03
    night love John love compassion the
  • 1:00:20
    healing powers down love yeah write it
  • 1:00:23
    down because you're gonna need it in
  • 1:00:25
    about 30 seconds love and compassion
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    [Music]
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    in the world today I agree let's show
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    some level there's some love and
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    compassion love and compassion now
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    correct me if I'm wrong he's saying I
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    love and compassion but I'm not a stupid
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    imperialist English idiot who likes
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    brexit am I missing something or is he
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    missing the compassion of people who
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    feel different than he does in this case
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    he just said 20 seconds ago he just said
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    20 seconds ago and he comes back to it
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    [Applause]
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    [Music]
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    more love just like that I'm sick of
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    these Imperial English idiots more love
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    and compassion everybody Amina it sounds
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    like DeNiro when people don't even see I
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    mean did they not see this themselves
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    it's like oh man and I know he can just
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    say I'm sick of what's happening but
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    he's really really calling out people
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    who want to who are pro brexit as
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    imperialist idiots his own countrymen
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    yeah that's pretty that's pretty bad
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    what happens you guys get a lot of money
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    they think they're you know they get
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    there's a lot of guys welcome John is a
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    whole whole nother level he can do
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    whatever he wants as far as I'm
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    concerned but he's got all this money
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    and he and immediately the first thing
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    they do is they eschew their own nation
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    because they consider themselves above
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    it all he lives in the great
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    international people he lives in Atlanta
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    his main house is in Atlanta
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    he's trump - yeah you know we should
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    just call him Sharon from now yes his
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    gay name is Sharon Sharon yes this is
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    the thing with a lot of gay men it's
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    probably more 80s 90s thing I don't know
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    if it's still done yeah then it's when
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    he's hanging out with his with his
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    buddies didn't hang out with him but
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    AIDS Project Los Angeles I did work for
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    them way back in the MTV days and that's
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    that was his one of his charities and
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    everyone just like her I'm like what the
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    fuck who Sharon that's his name and this
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    ode but you have to think you have to be
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    a gay guy to be able to call him that
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    Sharon huh
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    well there's a dude but you won't get on
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    any other show well I realized that
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    after 11 years we probably should start
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    repeating some of our stories because
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    not everyone has heard them and I've
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    definitely mentioned this one before
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    yeah
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    for sure yeah for sure it's nothing I
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    would forget mm-hmm you may have to know
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    even after the show I've never heard
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    this story before maybe I mean it's
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    possible but I know all right so we want
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    to let's take what I got one more thing
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    talking about love and hate
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    CNN brings on this guy professor Allan
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    Lichtman and Lichtman is the professor
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    who predicted the last nine he's got
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    some list of criteria and he's predicted
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    supposedly although he's only recently
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    known but he supposedly is predicted
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    last night presidential elections nailed
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    him which could make a lot of money if
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    he parlayed that it seems to me mm-hmm
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    so they bring him on you think they're
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    gonna bring him on to discuss Trump as a
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    you know the potential candidate that he
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    is and know kind of but let's play
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    professor Allan Lichtman one but
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    professor Allan Lichtman has also made a
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    name for himself by looking into the
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    future of the historian has correctly
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    predicted the last nine presidential
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    elections look at all the faces on your
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    screen he called from Ronald Reagan in
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    1984 all the way through Donald Trump
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    and in 2016 biggest political upset in
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    modern US history
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    now Lichtman says I'll be it with some
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    cautions since obviously nothing is
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    final yet but the Trump will win again
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    but the professor also believes
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    Democrats do have a shot if they impeach
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    him so let's talk about that professor
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    Allan Lichtman so you called it nine
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    times nine and you say now and I know
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    we're still early and this is not your
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    official prediction but you think the
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    Trump is it in 2020 unless what unless
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    the Democrats grow a spine and do their
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    constitutional duty and move into an
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    impeachment inquiry and I think the
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    evidence will show ultimately an
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    impeachment it's a false dichotomy to
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    say Democrats have a choice between
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    doing what is right and what is
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    constitutional and what is politically
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    right impeachment is
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    also politically right right now based
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    on my system there has to be six
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    negative factors against the party
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    holding the White House to Trump Party
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    to predict their defeat they're down
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    only three but an impeachment would nail
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    down the scandal key a fourth key it
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    might trigger other keys like a real
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    challenge to his reen ama nation or a
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    third party enough to defeat him and
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    let's not forget impeachment is not just
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    a vote in the house it involves public
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    hearings as part of the impeachment
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    inquiry and what everyone forgets a
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    public trial in the Senate in which
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    House prosecutors present evidence
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    present documents make opening and
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    closing statements you know Richard
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    Nixon before all the public revelations
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    was at 67% approval it was the public
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    revelations of his misdeeds that drove
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    him down to 25 percent but here's the
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    but professor because if you look at it
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    the other way and you by the way very
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    well may be correct but if you look at
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    the other way if used to consider that
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    Trump is daring Democrats to impeach him
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    right the he sees this as this potential
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    galvanizing moment for his party and
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    also those importantly who who've been
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    on the fence ahead of 2020 might that
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    not backfire on Democrats politically
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    absolutely not
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    oh really okay absolutely not and then
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    of course then I get so that because I'm
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    already disappointed this guy's not
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    giving us any insight whatsoever is just
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    another Trump hater they bring on CNN he
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    goes on and on about he should be
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    impeached and so he throws this in and
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    it's like you after you listen to the
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    joy behar rant and these other things
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    that we've heard on the show so far you
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    hear this and you just go why are we
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    even what is the point of anything if
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    this is the way things are gonna go this
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    is part two it's a short nine seconds
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    all the evidence against I'm not just
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    talking about obstruction of justice
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    we're also talking about something Mulla
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    did not apply on possible collusion with
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    the Russian
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    please Muller did not applying on he
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    says collusion with the Russians now
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    that was the news media the very station
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    your what the whole report was about you
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    know CNN has now or Turner Broadcasting
  • 1:08:34
    I should say subsidiary of Time Warner
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    is now moving all freelancers to a 90
  • 1:08:42
    day billing cycle yeah that's usually
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    not a good thing that's usually an
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    accounting trick yeah yeah when you have
  • 1:08:51
    issues with your pay roll it's a great
  • 1:08:56
    and they're offering people yeah we got
  • 1:08:57
    a special deal through Citibank they'll
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    give you a loan in the meantime that
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    sounds like a groovy way to work well
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    someone else who was in the Nixon era
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    was Tom Brokaw he showed up on the
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    morning Joe's to really express his
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    displeasure at the ease at which these
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    impeachment discussions are even being
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    held and I'm going back over that period
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    of time and the great great difference
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    is it was so much more methodical than
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    on both parties they knew how serious
  • 1:09:29
    this was this is not just a well let's
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    put it on the calendar for Monday an
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    impeachment means that we remove the
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    president from office and that's there's
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    no more dramatic instance in the
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    American Constitution or an American
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    political way of life than doing that so
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    they want to add it both parties in the
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    most methodical thoughtful way and so
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    they crossed every T and dotted every I
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    they had discussions back and forth in
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    public and privately now they just throw
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    the word around like oh let's take a
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    break and have an impeachment I think
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    that's really really inappropriate and I
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    think it cheapens the process frankly
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    and I don't think that it advances our
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    interest in moving this country forward
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    at a time now
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    when we need to be paying much more
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    attention to what the Constitution says
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    what the process is and who we are you
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    know we've got three branches of
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    government the president still is the
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    strongest but if you're going to take a
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    president down you better take him down
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    in a way that you can defend that a
  • 1:10:30
    hundred years from now based on not just
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    the evidence but I'm following the rule
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    of law yeah I was actually stunned by
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    this clip because it was on Morning Joe
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    and he's a known Trump basher yeah and
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    he didn't really do the caught off guard
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    by this they actually cut away from him
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    kind of when after that sentence they
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    you know didn't even say thanks Tom just
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    went to some other guy who is kind well
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    yeah but for our for people outside the
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    United States but also many people
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    inside the United States
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    you know the house isn't doesn't impeach
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    that's not really how it works
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    you know they they come up with the
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    articles of impeachment and then they
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    send that to the Senate as a
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    recommendation for the Senate's to
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    remove the president from office which
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    seems unlikely at this point but in the
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    pantheon applause he went on to Kimmel
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    to sell her message and she was on for
  • 1:11:24
    court she got a long long said through I
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    think three segments to do that for
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    15-20 minutes entertaining she said some
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    funny things I did pull one clip which I
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    wanted to share but she was really there
  • 1:11:42
    to you to give the message to the to the
  • 1:11:46
    populace that you know it's really not
  • 1:11:47
    prudent to do this and and she doesn't
  • 1:11:49
    just look she doesn't want to do it she
  • 1:11:51
    knows why it's a smart thing to do
  • 1:11:54
    she really just wants to prolong this up
  • 1:11:56
    until the election you know it's the
  • 1:11:58
    same thing we just went through this
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    which is which is why there's no wonder
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    that CNN is going to a net 90 building I
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    mean all these guys you can't keep
  • 1:12:07
    pushing this on people it's like the you
  • 1:12:10
    know it
  • 1:12:10
    the Malaysian airplane that went down
  • 1:12:13
    people get tired of it even of this but
  • 1:12:16
    Kimmel called her in and she said some
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    interesting things let me just say this
  • 1:12:21
    immodestly
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    immodestly so she's going to boast about
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    herself in a way I I it's like giving
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    yourself the highest almost the highest
  • 1:12:33
    credentials in the country it was odd
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    let me just say this immodestly I
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    probably have a better idea as to what
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    the president has to be held accountable
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    for than anyone
  • 1:12:45
    have you read the mole report yes I have
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    [Applause]
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    very calling for that we won't ever they
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    would show it to me but I said why I'm
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    not gonna let you show it to me unless
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    you show it to the whole country
  • 1:12:59
    oh you also see how uninformed Kimmel is
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    he doesn't even know he's I the way he's
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    speaking I don't even know if he knows
  • 1:13:09
    that there is a report that has been
  • 1:13:11
    published he's like it's not there oh
  • 1:13:12
    I'd like to see it but you can read the
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    whole thing except for five blackouts
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    [Applause]
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    the only person who knows better than I
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    why this president is not above the law
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    why this president must be held
  • 1:13:29
    accountable the only person who knows
  • 1:13:31
    better than I do is the President of the
  • 1:13:34
    United States
  • 1:13:35
    he knows Wow did Nancy she knows no one
  • 1:13:40
    knows better than her except the
  • 1:13:43
    perpetrator himself
  • 1:13:45
    so Nancy is putting herself right up
  • 1:13:47
    there no one knows better you have to go
  • 1:13:49
    through me I know what's right for the
  • 1:13:52
    country I know what's right for the
  • 1:13:53
    party and I also know what's right for
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    young people in in poor neighborhoods
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    knows what his violations had been yeah
  • 1:14:03
    I don't think he even knows yeah I think
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    sometimes they do things and they go oh
  • 1:14:10
    that's not allowed and then they kind of
  • 1:14:12
    go back and try to figure out what it
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    was and how they can keep it quiet
  • 1:14:16
    yeah really bugs me about that because
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    when you see what they said oh I didn't
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    know I didn't know it was wrong to talk
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    to Russians about this I didn't know I
  • 1:14:25
    said yeah why don't how it is had to
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    explain that to kids in the hood when
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    they
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    they're approached by law enforcement
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    and I said well I didn't realize it
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    alright let me just get this right
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    Nancy is talking about kids in the hood
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    how do you explain this to kids in the
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    hood but if you could find the hood miss
  • 1:14:46
    Pelosi that might be a good start kids
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    in the hood talk to Russians about this
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    I don't know I said why don't how it was
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    had to explain that to kids in the hood
  • 1:14:57
    when they Buddhist they're approached by
  • 1:15:02
    law enforcement and I said well I didn't
  • 1:15:04
    realize that I was supposed to do this
  • 1:15:05
    or that we're supposed to know but these
  • 1:15:08
    very wealthy isn't that racist I'm sorry
  • 1:15:11
    I just I can't get past it I can't get
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    past her saying how do you explain this
  • 1:15:15
    to kids in the hood I can't get past it
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    isn't that racist
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    is there a hood that she can she point
  • 1:15:24
    to the hood and maybe we should do
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    something about the hood it bothered me
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    just like eh she's just like she's
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    almost she died I would say she pulled a
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    UH
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    I would almost want to say she pulled a
  • 1:15:45
    trump but no Dan Quayle oh yeah it was
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    close to a quail wasn't it yes yeah just
  • 1:15:53
    kind of a gaffe of gaffes well there'll
  • 1:15:56
    be no impeachment yeah they'll be no
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    impeachment just a lot of noise and a
  • 1:16:00
    lot of wasted cycles and I think it's
  • 1:16:02
    quite a shame because there's so much
  • 1:16:03
    else going on in the world which we can
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    discus