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1161: Replacists

Adam Curry & John C. Dvorak

2h 51m
August 4th, 2019
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Executive Producers: Sir Mittens of Falls City, Baronet of the Bluegrass, Dame Bear of Bend, John Byrne

Associate Executive Producers: Sir Knight Ryan of Central Oregon, Sir John Carlson, Sir Up

Cover Art by Adam at Sea

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Chapters

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Start of Show
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0:49
El Paso Walmart Shooting
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28:05
Bio-Terrorism Plot on 'Designated Survivor' TV Show
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34:52
MSNBC's The Beat With Ari Melber: '2020 Dem Marianne Williamson Addresses Vaccination Controversy'
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40:41
2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate Marianne Williamson Interview by CNN's Anderson Cooper on Mental Health and Big Pharma
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54:53
2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang Wants to Appoint News Ombudsman
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1:03:00
2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate Tulsi Gabbard Confronted Over Connections to Syrian President al-Assad
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1:12:35
CNN Host Chris Cuomo on Trump's Racism
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1:13:34
Credits
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1:44:40
Portland's Cannabis Industry
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1:49:20
Building Plans for Google Building in Austin Revealed
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1:50:30
Untitled
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1:52:22
Half of All Homeless People in the US Live in California
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1:59:09
Amazon's Ambitions in Real Estate
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2:02:13
Hong Kong Protests
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2:14:31
Donations
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2:22:01
Birthdays, Meetups & Title Changes
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2:31:08
Joe diGenova on Lou Dobbs
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2:35:47
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's Former Chief Of Staff Saikat Chakrabarti Under Federal Investigation
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2:38:39
Allegedly Leaked IPCC Report Suggests Changing Eating Habits to Save the World
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2:42:07
Retro No Agenda Clips
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2:44:37
John Legend: "Donald Trump Is An Evil Canker Sore on America's Whole Landscape"
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2:46:10
End of Show
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    when we're dead and gone people will
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    know when it came to us versus the
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    Zephyr we ultimately were the winners
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    you got it I got it every single time
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    yes all right we want some time back all
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    right here we are
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    it's trumps fault you said it yourself
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    before we started well let me I have a
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    quiz for you then okay I want you to ask
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    me the guys I'll tell you what question
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    to ask me then I'll answer it okay I'll
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    play along all right
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    asked me if it was Clinton's fault that
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    Columbine happened you know I was
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    wondering John back in the day it wasn't
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    Clinton's fault that Columbine happened
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    no look man as far as I'm concerned wait
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    I got two more three more questions
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    Oh God okay asked me if it was Obama's
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    fault that Aurora happened you know
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    that's another instance I was thinking
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    of the movie shooter the Batman shooter
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    in a row Aurora Colorado was that
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    Obama's fault no I have another question
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    no the not one not two but three
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    shootings at Walmart and in addition to
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    that last night uh there was another
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    shooting god I don't know where this was
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    no this more actually this morning
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    morning yeah Dayton Ohio yes
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    they said president Trump's fault yeah
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    okay just checking
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    not only that so I'm watching this news
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    this morning and bado
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    Aurora comes on CBS and directly blames
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    Trump tell me you have a clip of that I
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    just couldn't wait wait then beta
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    O'Rourke goes right over to ABC and
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    blames Trump not only that but he also
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    mentions all of trumps flaws including
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    the fact that without mentioning
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    anything other than this without even
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    mentioning were anything this stuff
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    happened he says Trump said that Nazis
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    and white supremacists are fine people
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    did he at any point say Trump is
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    literally Hitler because that would have
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    been the best no unfortunately no it
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    they went to a panel though with four
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    people that all thought Trump was
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    responsible holy shit well you know that
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    here's what I saw it was within minutes
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    it was Trump's fault everything and what
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    and of course this the shoot we're just
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    talking about the third Walmart shooter
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    as if you're some kind of prophecy you
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    know future seer wait we are we had a
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    newsletter wearing you specifically
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    before this attack even happened
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    mentioned that the two other Walmart
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    shootings had not been covered that did
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    that's what I saw in the newsletter yeah
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    the newsletter you registrant out that
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    was before the third shooting was it not
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    even know it was before it or not oh my
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    it was before Dayton well for sure I you
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    know I I I was looking at these preview
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    there were two Walmart shootings before
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    this one two of them one in Lincoln
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    reported because I don't think it was a
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    big deal that - I don't know all I know
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    there's a lot of shootings all of a
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    sudden yeah and and so this came on the
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    heels of a report about the from the FBI
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    a so-called memo that was uncovered
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    which kind of spells out well here that
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    people who believe in crazy conspiracy
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    theories are should really be labeled as
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    terrorists yeah yeah yeah that was that
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    was kind of kind of coincidental and I
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    was thinking the reason why we didn't
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    hear anything about Walmart shootings
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    before the before this one in in El Paso
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    is you know you got to be quiet about
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    Walmart they spend three billion dollars
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    a year in advertising we don't want
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    people to be afraid we certainly
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    wouldn't want the news to mention that
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    Walmart's are gun-free zones and I saw a
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    lot of people saying well Texas
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    everybody's got a gun how come no one
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    took him out well before you go on did
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    you see the new unpublicized the shooter
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    in that Walmart in El Paso did you see
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    the picture of the black the black woman
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    who pulled out a gun and started firing
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    at him
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    no I didn't oh alright the thing I want
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    to do first off is just whether this is
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    his or not it you know it's it's claimed
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    to be his manifesto I'm a I'm a student
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    of manifestos I feel if someone's gonna
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    write something and then go kill other
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    people it's at least more so shooter yes
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    the El Paso shooter it's at least worth
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    discussing
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    or at least exposing what he wrote and
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    within minutes contrary to what he act
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    he writes he was being called white
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    supremacist white nationalist you know
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    it's a Trump fan everything and I just I
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    marked up his manifesto and I just
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    wanted to read a couple passages from it
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    because the mainstream won't do it have
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    you seen anyone read anything anything
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    from his manifesto nothing right not a
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    little of course not
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    well contradicts their idea of what
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    should be reported how it should be
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    reported what their objectives are which
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    is to get Trump out of office it won't
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    be reported yeah and so I'm reading this
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    with the same interest I had when I
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    first read Ted Kaczynski's manifesto as
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    the Unabomber thinking well Jesus read
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    yeah I've also read that character up in
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    Norway burrow or whatever his name was
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    Anders Breivik well that was a
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    compendium more than a manifesto which
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    really I would say a lot of it is used
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    as the ultimate background the the base
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    the base information pool for which this
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    and the Christ Church shooting quite
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    frankly these manifestos from the Christ
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    Church shooter which his manifesto is
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    illegal by law to possess you cannot
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    have that in New Zealand you are not
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    allowed to have a copy of the video
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    you're not allowed to have a copy of his
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    manifesto that is illegal now what was
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    illegal pretty much immediately I think
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    one kid got in trouble may go to jail
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    for having a copy of the video so the
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    same interest I have as to why the
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    Unabomber killed these people with bombs
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    blowing up now maybe he had something to
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    say so let's just start with the oddness
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    of mainstream media calling this guy a
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    Trump supporter and white supremacist
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    with the last paragraph of his manifesto
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    my ideology has not changed for several
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    reasons my opinions on automation
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    immigration and the rest predate Trump
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    and his campaign for president I put in
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    putting this here because some people
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    will blame the president or certain
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    presidential candidates for the attack
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    this is not the case I know the media
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    will probably call me a white
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    supremacist anyway and blamed
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    rhetoric the media is infamous for fake
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    news their reaction to this attack will
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    likely just confirm that it seems like
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    even if you want to call him and white
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    supremacist and a trump supporter you
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    might want to mention that he said he
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    wasn't and that's the main thing that
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    bothers me now let's try and get inside
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    this guy's head if he actually wrote
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    this now he called his the title of a
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    stop stop stop
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    why wouldn't he have written it who else
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    would have written it or what would be
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    the point of it if he didn't write it
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    and so first who does it benefit I think
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    we have to read through it to find out
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    if he didn't write it if it means filled
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    with political positions and information
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    about his so-called thinking so whether
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    it's him or someone wrote it for him or
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    someone wrote a completely unrelated to
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    him we can't just ignore it that's the
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    thing that bothers me why we have we
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    have nothing but panels and panels of
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    people on new shows so-called news shows
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    you actually watch real news you know
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    so-called real news like on PBS and m5m
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    and network news they could at least say
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    hey let's just talk about this this is
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    interesting what is this guy thinking
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    about and he starts what am I thinking
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    yes not gonna happen
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    it just encourages others to write
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    manifestos bad idea
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    okay well obviously on the No Agenda
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    show we think a little differently about
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    that it's probably worth finding out
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    what the guy was thinking then if action
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    needs to be taken then that can be taken
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    and he starts right off with the title
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    of his manifesto is the inconvenient
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    truth now this harkens back to the
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    christchurch shooter indeed back to
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    Anders Bravo's compendium and he starts
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    off by saying in general I support the
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    Christchurch shooter and his manifesto
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    this attack is in response to the
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    Hispanic invasion of Texas I didn't even
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    say anyone mention that in their
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    reporting it's at the top it says it
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    right there this attack is a response to
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    the Hispanic invasion of Texas
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    that seems pretty clear no I'd listen to
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    the to the president and went and go
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    kill brown people that's pretty much the
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    m5m message now I'm gonna read a few
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    paragraphs here some people will think
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    this statement is hypocritical because
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    of the nearly complete ethnic and
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    cultural destruction brought to the
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    Native Americans by our European
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    ancestors the natives didn't take the
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    invasion of European seriously and now
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    what's left is just a shadow of what it
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    was so he's now saying that people often
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    don't recognize that you're being
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    invaded and before you know it's too
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    late
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    actually the Hispanic community was not
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    my target before I read the great
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    replacement now the great replacement is
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    what the Christchurch shooter referred
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    to and that is we discussed it on the
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    show previously that is the theory that
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    Europe white Europeans are being
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    replaced by brown people from poor
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    countries systematically and then on
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    purpose and the great replacement if
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    anything is problem and that's that's
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    not a Menifee I think that's an actual
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    book isn't it the great replacement
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    we've talked about this okay then he has
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    a heading political reasons in short
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    America is rotting from the inside out
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    and peaceful means to stop this seem to
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    be nearly impossible the inconvenient
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    truth title of his manifesto is that our
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    leaders both Democrat and Republican
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    have been failing us for decades so but
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    by his own words he's against both
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    parties the takeover of the United
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    States government by unchecked
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    corporations he's really he's against
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    corporatism due to the death of the baby
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    boomers the increasingly
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    anti-immigration rhetoric of the right
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    and ever-increasing Hispanic population
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    he's slamming the right here America
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    will soon become a one-party state the
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    Democrat Party will own America and they
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    know it they've already begun the
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    transition by pandering heavily to the
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    Hispanic voting bloc in the first
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    democratic debate now he actually puts
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    some blame on the Democratic candidates
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    for pandering to Hispanics they intend
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    to use open borders free health care for
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    illegals citizenship and more to enact a
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    political coup by
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    porting and then legalizing millions of
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    new voters how can you not read that as
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    I hate what the Democratic candidates
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    are doing in this primary it's he's
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    saying that maybe that's why they don't
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    want to discuss it
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    hello the heavy Hispanic population in
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    Texas will make us a democratic
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    stronghold losing Texas and a few other
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    states with heavy Hispanic population to
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    the Democrats is all it would take for
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    them to win nearly every presidential
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    election although the Republican Party
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    is also terrible many factions within
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    the Republican Party are Pro Corporation
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    Pro corporation equals Pro immigration
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    continued immigration will make one of
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    the biggest issues of our time
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    automation so much worse this is
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    literally talking points of the
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    candidates that we saw on stage
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    including Andrew yang as he continues
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    America will have to initiate a basic
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    universal income to prevent widespread
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    poverty and civil unrest as people lose
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    their jobs and it's gonna stop you for a
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    second everything that he says in the
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    opening of this manifesto is against
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    what we've seen in the past few weeks in
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    democratic debates he seems to be
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    influenced by what he saw couple of
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    things I could stop yeah please do
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    please of course okay the great
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    replacement was also the Garonne
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    replaceable Rempel small surplus manga
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    was a book done in 2011 you're right a
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    French book and it's and but if you read
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    the wiki page of course you're gonna
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    take it a little differently they're
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    gonna say the great replacement is known
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    as a replacement there is a white
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    nationalist right wing conspiracy theory
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    complicity of replaces replace ists we
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    don't use that was a good one replace
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    them we write it down replaces replaces
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    elites right that to the white French
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    population as well as the white European
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    population in Europe at large is being
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    progressively replaced with non-european
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    peoples specifically Arab Berber and
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    sub-saharan African Muslim populations
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    from Africa in the Middle East through
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    mass migration and demographic growth
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    the theory was based on Renault k-kat
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    Camus is 2011 book the great replacement
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    is specifically associated the presence
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    of Muslims in France with potential
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    danger and destruction of French culture
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    and civilization so that's that and that
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    would not and when you mentioned Andrew
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    yang there is a huge thing going on
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    right now to find that Yang's campaign
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    is bitching about cos yang is the one
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    who promotes this idea of the robots and
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    the and universal basic income the two
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    things he mentioned yes this is main
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    thing his being hornswoggled through I
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    guess details or little gotchas in the
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    qualifications list of how to get on the
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    debate stage and they're trying to get
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    him off the stage who is they the
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    Democrat Party oh yes of course well
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    then they should just say that the the
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    shooter referenced him in the manifesto
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    he'd be gone in a heartbeat well then
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    people would look at the manifest oh I'm
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    sure oh yes this would be Romeo yes not
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    gonna work even gave me yes may continue
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    even though new migrants do the dirty
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    work their kids typically don't they
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    want to live the American dream which is
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    why they get college degrees and fill
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    higher paying skilled positions this is
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    why corporations lobby for even more
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    illegal immigration after even after
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    decades of it happening they need to
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    keep replenishing the low-skilled labor
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    pool I've never actually thought about
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    it like that but I buy it
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    recently the Senate under eight all caps
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    Republican administration has greatly
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    increased the number of foreign workers
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    that will take American jobs that to
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    compete I'm skipping parts obviously to
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    compete people have to get better
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    credentials by spending more time in
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    college it used to be that a high school
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    degree was worth something now a
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    bachelor's degree is what's recommended
  • 17:03
    to be competitive in the job market the
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    cost of college degrees has exploded as
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    their value is plummeted by the way
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    reading this and this is why I said we
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    really don't know if he wrote it it
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    doesn't sound like a 21 year olds
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    just doesn't what do you what do you
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    feel well I haven't read it okay but
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    what I'm reading to you when you just
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    the the structure
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    he might have copy pasted parts of it
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    that's possible I don't know I just felt
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    the grammar let's say one where the
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    other cuz there are plenty of writers I
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    mean gore Vidal wrote his first novel at
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    nineteen so I mean anything's possible
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    the American lifestyle affords our
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    citizens and incredible quality of life
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    however our lifestyle is destroying the
  • 17:49
    environment of our country now this is
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    very similar to the Christchurch shooter
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    his manifesto where he's a green he's an
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    ecological terrorist you know he fights
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    ecological destruction the decimation of
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    the environment is creating a massive
  • 18:06
    burden for future generations
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    corporations are heading the destruction
  • 18:10
    of our environment by shamelessly over
  • 18:12
    harvesting resources this has been a
  • 18:14
    problem for decades for example this
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    phenomenon is brilliantly portrayed in
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    the decades-old classic The Lorax do you
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    want to explain the Lorax I don't know
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    the Lorax oh geez we've discussed the
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    Lorax I thought I don't recall that no
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    well I wasn't prepared to look at I
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    swear I was like yeah once you look at
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    I'm like ah Jon can explain that one
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    alright I don't know it then he goes
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    into the gear portion of his manifest
  • 18:43
    now now this is also relatively new when
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    it comes to shooters very clear about
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    what weaponry they're going to use he
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    had two main guns the ak-47 and also
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    known as the WASR 10 which is the
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    civilian version so it's not full
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    automatic he actually complained that it
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    overheats massively after about a
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    hundred shots fired in quick succession
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    and then he discusses
  • 19:05
    the rounds he will be using or used the
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    8 m3 bullet which he says actually
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    fragments like a pistol hollow-point
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    when shot of an ak-47 at the cost of
  • 19:19
    penetration penetration is still
  • 19:21
    reasonable but not nearly as a normal a
  • 19:23
    k47 bullet it's definitely a bad choice
  • 19:26
    without this bullet design then he says
  • 19:28
    my other gun they are 15 the round on
  • 19:32
    this gun isn't designed to fragment but
  • 19:34
    instead tumbles inside a target causing
  • 19:37
    lethal wounding this will be a test of
  • 19:40
    which is more lethal either its
  • 19:41
    fragmentation or tumbling which is kind
  • 19:45
    of sick yeah very sick reaction guys
  • 19:50
    this guy's last name Angola ya know then
  • 19:54
    we're almost at the end he reading a
  • 19:56
    heading reaction statistically millions
  • 19:59
    of migrants have returned to their home
  • 20:00
    countries to reunite with the family
  • 20:02
    they lost contact with when they move to
  • 20:04
    America they come here is economic
  • 20:07
    migrants not for asylum reasons this is
  • 20:09
    an encouraging sign that the Hispanic
  • 20:11
    population is willing to return to their
  • 20:14
    home countries if given the right
  • 20:15
    incentive and then he goes on to say an
  • 20:18
    incentive that myself and many other
  • 20:20
    patriotic Americans will provide
  • 20:23
    personal thoughts reasons and thoughts
  • 20:26
    and so at the end here my whole life
  • 20:30
    I've been preparing for a future that
  • 20:31
    currently doesn't exist the job of my
  • 20:34
    dreams will likely be automated thank
  • 20:36
    you and you young Hispanics will take
  • 20:39
    control of the local and state
  • 20:40
    governments of my beloved Texas changing
  • 20:42
    policy to better suit their needs they
  • 20:45
    will turn Texas into an instrument of a
  • 20:48
    political coup which will hasten the
  • 20:50
    destruction of our country the
  • 20:52
    environment is getting worse by the year
  • 20:54
    if you take nothing else from this
  • 20:55
    document remember this inaction is a
  • 20:57
    choice I can no longer bear the shame of
  • 21:00
    inaction knowing that our founding
  • 21:02
    fathers have endowed me where the rights
  • 21:04
    needed to save our country from the
  • 21:05
    brink of destruction are European
  • 21:08
    comrades don't have the gun rights
  • 21:10
    needed to repeal the millions of
  • 21:12
    invaders that plagued their he says
  • 21:14
    plaque but plagued their country they
  • 21:16
    have no choice but to sit by and watch
  • 21:18
    the
  • 21:19
    countries burn people who are hypocrites
  • 21:21
    because they support imperialistic wars
  • 21:24
    that have caused the loss of tens of
  • 21:25
    thousands of American lives and untold
  • 21:27
    numbers of civilian lives the argument
  • 21:29
    that mass murder is okay when it's a
  • 21:32
    state sanction is absurd
  • 21:33
    our government has killed a whole lot
  • 21:35
    more people for a whole lot less then he
  • 21:39
    has a portion here which is BIA and I'm
  • 21:45
    not sure what what reading this comes
  • 21:47
    from but I this is the this is the very
  • 21:50
    kooky part I'm against race-mixing
  • 21:53
    because it destroys genetic diversity
  • 21:56
    and creates identity problems also
  • 21:58
    because it's completely unnecessary and
  • 22:01
    selfish cultural diversity diminishes as
  • 22:04
    stronger and/or more appealing cultures
  • 22:06
    overtake weaker and or undesirable ones
  • 22:09
    the best solution to this for now will
  • 22:13
    be to divide America into a confederacy
  • 22:15
    of territories with at least one
  • 22:17
    territory for each race this physical
  • 22:21
    separation would nearly eliminate race
  • 22:23
    mixing and improve social unity by
  • 22:25
    granting each race self-determination
  • 22:27
    within their respective territories this
  • 22:30
    is isn't this something I've read
  • 22:32
    something about this before about the
  • 22:33
    splitting it up and giving each race its
  • 22:36
    own its own state or territory Malcolm X
  • 22:40
    probably that's interesting you say yeah
  • 22:44
    that's interesting um that just what so
  • 22:48
    I already told you about the ideology
  • 22:50
    part here's something that doesn't
  • 22:51
    compute with because you got captured my
  • 22:54
    death is inevitable if I'm not killed by
  • 22:56
    the police I'll probably be gunned down
  • 22:58
    by one of the invaders capture in this
  • 23:00
    case is far worse than dying during the
  • 23:02
    shooting because I'll get the death
  • 23:03
    penalty anyway worse still is that I
  • 23:06
    would live knowing that my family
  • 23:07
    despises me this is why I'm not going to
  • 23:10
    surrender even if I run out of ammo if
  • 23:12
    I'm captured it will be because I'm
  • 23:14
    subdued somehow hmm yet he got captured
  • 23:18
    they seem be like I know even look
  • 23:22
    subdued and then at the end
  • 23:28
    yeah then at the end again he says that
  • 23:30
    this has nothing to do with trumpet that
  • 23:32
    he hates
  • 23:32
    both parties he hates the corporatism
  • 23:36
    and yes so there wasn't just as an aside
  • 23:42
    there say there was something I didn't
  • 23:44
    record this and it's not one of my clip
  • 23:46
    list but somebody was talking about how
  • 23:49
    cool there's one one of these talk shows
  • 23:51
    how cool and weird is gonna be when the
  • 23:54
    Democrats take over Texas and and when
  • 23:58
    Roark was who do I guess will be the
  • 24:00
    king of Texas yeah Aurora was either
  • 24:04
    Kaiser Beto kaizo kaizo Beto and I had
  • 24:10
    something to do with it and it was I got
  • 24:13
    to start looking into this thing but
  • 24:15
    because they're trying to flip Texas
  • 24:16
    Democrat which would be quite quite
  • 24:19
    amusing as far as I'm concerned
  • 24:21
    III think it's actually quite possible
  • 24:24
    to do that I really do but I think we're
  • 24:27
    not far off from just look at who's in
  • 24:31
    Dallas and Texas Dallas and Houston and
  • 24:33
    Austin look at what El Paso is when the
  • 24:38
    Castro brothers yeah that's a San
  • 24:41
    Antonio these are all sanctuary cities I
  • 24:43
    might add so this doesn't this this I
  • 24:46
    think is correct now we had a Democratic
  • 24:51
    governor very famous one and Richardson
  • 24:54
    people like I think everyone liked her
  • 24:57
    or hate or hated or equally than young
  • 25:00
    there was a love-hate relationship but
  • 25:02
    she was very that she was respected I
  • 25:05
    guess I could say so yeah that's that's
  • 25:09
    possible but I'm just it means this I
  • 25:11
    never see this kind of talk on Twitter
  • 25:14
    from people who are 21 running around
  • 25:16
    pissed off well people on Twitter who
  • 25:20
    are 21 and running around pissed off art
  • 25:23
    are just a bunch of weenies on Twitter
  • 25:26
    because now Twitter from the conspiracy
  • 25:29
    side of the house which I feel I also
  • 25:32
    need to cover that this would be
  • 25:34
    categorized under Gladio operation
  • 25:37
    Gladio B which means there and maybe
  • 25:40
    there's something well there's
  • 25:42
    definitely correlation to what the
  • 25:45
    Gladio strategy
  • 25:46
    be which is a strategy of tension and
  • 25:49
    unrest and you do that by these types of
  • 25:52
    shootings we've had quite a few in a row
  • 25:54
    everything was dead nothing was to coin
  • 25:57
    a phrase nothing was what's happening
  • 26:00
    news wise everyone's getting ready to go
  • 26:01
    on vacation the government's on is on
  • 26:05
    leave for six weeks we're all quite it
  • 26:07
    down we don't have another debate until
  • 26:09
    September and then we get a whole bunch
  • 26:11
    of shootings in a row I think by now my
  • 26:13
    count is 6 with at least several people
  • 26:15
    killed at each one and what is the guy
  • 26:19
    doing with ear protection the other
  • 26:21
    Walmart guy also had a shooter also had
  • 26:23
    ear protection what why did why if you
  • 26:26
    just a psychological question which I
  • 26:28
    have no expertise in if you're gonna go
  • 26:31
    and shoot and you say I'm gonna I don't
  • 26:32
    I need to die in this but I need to
  • 26:35
    protect my ears what the hell it's very
  • 26:41
    painful I wish when I'd last time I was
  • 26:42
    shooting I forgot to put my protection
  • 26:44
    but or put the thing back on I took shot
  • 26:46
    a 45 here were you indoors my ears were
  • 26:48
    ringing for a half an hour I'm not gonna
  • 26:51
    go shooting without protection even I
  • 26:53
    don't give the to be shot or not shot
  • 26:55
    doesn't mean you have to put yourself
  • 26:57
    into miserable pain just seems if you
  • 27:02
    alright I know it's not typical of mass
  • 27:07
    shooters can I say that certainly not
  • 27:10
    two in a row there's two things they
  • 27:12
    don't discuss wondering whether any of
  • 27:13
    them are wearing me ear protection seems
  • 27:15
    to me I don't see that discussed a and B
  • 27:18
    whether they're on some sort of drug
  • 27:21
    this is the real this is thank you thank
  • 27:24
    you well and nobody is disgusted on any
  • 27:27
    of these cases recently they don't say
  • 27:28
    was he on ambien or was he on Ritalin or
  • 27:32
    was a kid that was on ritalin he's alpha
  • 27:34
    ritalin now and he's on adderall I mean
  • 27:36
    nobody brings any of this up because of
  • 27:38
    course the big networks are supported by
  • 27:40
    the drug companies which brings me to my
  • 27:43
    first clip for the day
  • 27:45
    we can move away from the from the I
  • 27:48
    don't think we have anything else do we
  • 27:49
    I mean we had this is what we have I
  • 27:51
    don't have shooting I have I finally dug
  • 27:54
    up some other stuff let me let me go
  • 27:56
    into what we were just talking about
  • 27:57
    about Big Pharma and how it's not
  • 27:59
    discussed and all all these children if
  • 28:03
    you're 21 I think you're still before we
  • 28:06
    do go too far away I do have two clips
  • 28:09
    that are connected in an offhanded way
  • 28:11
    connected to the shooting yeah okay well
  • 28:14
    it connected to that what you read that
  • 28:16
    manifests on some other for sure okay
  • 28:20
    okay this is from designated survivor
  • 28:23
    Epis easin three which was moved off it
  • 28:26
    was kicked off the air and moved over to
  • 28:29
    Netflix what's-his-face Sutherland kid
  • 28:33
    Sutherland plays the president who is
  • 28:37
    they killed everybody and he became the
  • 28:39
    survivor because they always take when
  • 28:41
    they get right he was kind of the loser
  • 28:42
    guy in Congress and because everyone was
  • 28:44
    killed he becomes the president yeah now
  • 28:46
    he's the Democrat he's running and
  • 28:48
    they're up to season three in this the
  • 28:50
    end of it they've killed the show so we
  • 28:53
    got one episode left after see after
  • 28:54
    episode nine
  • 28:55
    so episode nine he's running up against
  • 28:58
    a trump would not a trump to too much of
  • 29:00
    a trump like character but a Republican
  • 29:01
    bunch of creepy Republicans and these
  • 29:04
    creepy Republicans are up to no good and
  • 29:07
    of course in he's like the good guy but
  • 29:09
    he's behind in the polls because he
  • 29:11
    doesn't want to do anything too
  • 29:13
    spectacular so we so we have an a
  • 29:15
    premise so this is the the designated
  • 29:19
    survivor episode 9 season 3 this is the
  • 29:23
    first clip and listen carefully to
  • 29:25
    what's going on it held by the way wait
  • 29:27
    the guy running for president has this
  • 29:30
    aide his top guy who has who's that
  • 29:33
    who's that what the guy they're talking
  • 29:35
    about and what nasty thing he's done my
  • 29:38
    advice on target
  • 29:40
    the FBI has Phil Brunton under 24-hour
  • 29:43
    surveillance how the hell is Moss as
  • 29:45
    chief strategist connected to the
  • 29:47
    bioterror threat feds found someone
  • 29:48
    who'd been solicited by Brunton to
  • 29:50
    research and develop bio ethnically
  • 29:51
    targeted infections and we've confirmed
  • 29:53
    that NSA was brought in and they've
  • 29:55
    mounted brunt into the dead terrorist
  • 29:56
    malmberg through phone records do I have
  • 29:59
    to tiptoe around the GOP elephant in the
  • 30:01
    room is Moss involved FBI doesn't know
  • 30:04
    he could be well if he is his loyal
  • 30:07
    attack weasel will never tell Moss is
  • 30:10
    ahead in the polls Brendan will stay
  • 30:11
    quiet hoping for a pardon if he wins
  • 30:14
    where are we at with the arrest that mr.
  • 30:17
    president is the question causing a run
  • 30:19
    on ammonium at the DOJ the grand jury
  • 30:21
    handed down a sealed indictment but
  • 30:23
    director Vargas prides himself on
  • 30:25
    keeping the FBI apolitical which is why
  • 30:27
    they back-channel this through the White
  • 30:29
    House counsel's office I just want to
  • 30:32
    make a comment before you deconstruct
  • 30:34
    this immediately some trolls are like
  • 30:36
    who cares about a TV show well you'd be
  • 30:42
    amazed at how program how about program
  • 30:45
    ative these things are and how people
  • 30:47
    believe they've heard or seen some
  • 30:50
    historical fact based upon something
  • 30:52
    they saw in a television show how about
  • 30:54
    Chernobyl which people actually have
  • 30:57
    said it was a great documentary that's
  • 31:01
    why oh you know anyone who said who
  • 31:05
    brings that up in the chat room
  • 31:06
    obviously doesn't listen to the show
  • 31:08
    much a or Beach should be just kicked
  • 31:10
    and banned from the chat room that's my
  • 31:11
    opinion
  • 31:12
    all right anyway so so okay so this
  • 31:15
    Bronson character has developed or
  • 31:17
    worked with someone to develop some sort
  • 31:19
    of a biological warfare thing that kills
  • 31:22
    brown people yeah great and the idea is
  • 31:28
    to change the balance of the the tipping
  • 31:31
    balance because there's a bunch of
  • 31:32
    lectures and within the within the show
  • 31:35
    there's lectures on how the white man
  • 31:37
    who's really around 70% pretty much
  • 31:40
    self-identified whites the population
  • 31:43
    would it's gonna be less than 50%
  • 31:46
    probably in a year so they have to so
  • 31:50
    they got to do something about this and
  • 31:51
    this and the evil Republicans of course
  • 31:53
    would be
  • 31:54
    but it turns out this is the second clip
  • 31:56
    here and I then I would wrap it up but
  • 31:58
    the second clip here which is a shorter
  • 32:00
    clip kind of takes it to the next next
  • 32:03
    level this biological weapon isn't what
  • 32:05
    we think it is is worse mass
  • 32:08
    sterilization that appears to have been
  • 32:10
    the intended outcome the bio weaponized
  • 32:12
    flu was going to be introduced into
  • 32:14
    populations with high minority growth
  • 32:16
    rates large swathes of the population we
  • 32:18
    become infected but then they get better
  • 32:20
    what would be undetectable was that it
  • 32:22
    had been genetically sequenced to
  • 32:24
    sterilize its minority host whoa okay
  • 32:28
    let's stop right there and let me just
  • 32:30
    do this I did this a couple of times on
  • 32:33
    this show this is an old science fiction
  • 32:36
    story that's been redacted and in fact
  • 32:40
    the last time I saw this exact story
  • 32:42
    being run down as a drama was on
  • 32:45
    Stargate sg-1 that was Scott
  • 32:50
    what's-his-name but anyway so the sg-1
  • 32:56
    they they go to this planet and there's
  • 32:58
    two or three white folk that know this
  • 33:01
    tourist or has been switched two or
  • 33:03
    three of these white folk and they were
  • 33:05
    there working the planet and this giant
  • 33:07
    giant farms and there's nobody else
  • 33:09
    around and they stay Swann during around
  • 33:11
    they fall in a hole and inside the hole
  • 33:14
    there's they find all these documents
  • 33:16
    that show that this trick has been
  • 33:18
    played on the white people and they've
  • 33:20
    been all been sterilized or some disease
  • 33:23
    which was by a biologically engineered
  • 33:26
    to do it and spread like dogs
  • 33:30
    sorry it's a new twist on an old classic
  • 33:32
    I'm working next round of this bullshit
  • 33:35
    story can come up and so they and they
  • 33:39
    these guys are just dumb and so this is
  • 33:43
    like you know these guys are so the way
  • 33:45
    this story goes on is it gets out and
  • 33:48
    the public finds out just before the one
  • 33:49
    week before the election even though the
  • 33:51
    FBI didn't want to do anything because
  • 33:52
    they don't want to interfere with the
  • 33:54
    election they go on about that quite a
  • 33:55
    bit and then as the story concludes and
  • 33:59
    it's being brought out that they're
  • 34:00
    trying to kill everybody with this
  • 34:02
    biological weapon the Republicans are
  • 34:06
    somebody finds out that the Democrat
  • 34:09
    main operative has been using CIA
  • 34:13
    exclusive CIA spying stuff to get these
  • 34:16
    get just steal information from the
  • 34:20
    other side because there's a mole in the
  • 34:22
    Republican Party and the Republican
  • 34:23
    Party's leaking a lot hello and but then
  • 34:27
    they find one clip where it turns out
  • 34:29
    that they got running for president knew
  • 34:31
    nothing of it and there's proof that he
  • 34:33
    knew nothing of it but meanwhile the
  • 34:34
    election is now going toward the
  • 34:36
    swinging toward the Democrat it's a it's
  • 34:39
    a convoluted a Hollywood six story
  • 34:43
    trying to again using everything they
  • 34:45
    can in every direction to to demean the
  • 34:50
    Republican Party it's just what it is
  • 34:52
    well in this case it appears more that
  • 34:57
    the Democrat Party specifically the in
  • 34:59
    the shooting case made Walmart
  • 35:01
    specifically the candidates and their
  • 35:04
    discussions in the past debates
  • 35:07
    certainly was some reason for deforming
  • 35:11
    this guy's mind in opinion in actions
  • 35:13
    let's go back to what we're always
  • 35:16
    looking at is it was that was do we know
  • 35:19
    anything about any of these shooters
  • 35:21
    ever if they were on psychotropic drugs
  • 35:23
    at all no the reason why is we know just
  • 35:28
    turn on the news channels for sure but
  • 35:30
    turn on PBS you can see who it's
  • 35:32
    sponsored by proudly brought to you by
  • 35:34
    all kinds of big pharma big pharma
  • 35:36
    research big pharma manufacturers etc
  • 35:39
    not just the only ones they got the war
  • 35:41
    machine in there to Boeing and McDonnell
  • 35:43
    Douglas ADM and all these fantastic
  • 35:47
    corporations so it cannot be discussed
  • 35:51
    and the the Empire is going after two of
  • 35:56
    the uppity candidates in the most recent
  • 36:00
    debate Tulsi Gabbard which we'll get to
  • 36:02
    in a moment they're going after her in
  • 36:04
    quite a classic way marianne williamson
  • 36:07
    is they're really doing a number on her
  • 36:12
    and actually this is a two-parter
  • 36:14
    we'll start with and it's it's big
  • 36:17
    pharma who was after her
  • 36:19
    and she's made her positions quite clear
  • 36:21
    in her documentation on her website and
  • 36:24
    she will never become president in the
  • 36:27
    United States and the current status quo
  • 36:29
    for a number of reasons but one of them
  • 36:32
    is the anti pharmaceutical stance so re
  • 36:36
    member on MSNBC gets her on the show and
  • 36:40
    listen to him really trying to describe
  • 36:44
    her without saying it as an anti-vaxxer
  • 36:46
    he will keep pushing it I think she does
  • 36:50
    okay
  • 36:51
    explaining her position but you can
  • 36:54
    already see that this is just she's not
  • 36:56
    gonna go very far one of the questions
  • 36:58
    is is one that often posed sometimes
  • 37:00
    about Republicans who are knocking for
  • 37:02
    example climate science which is these
  • 37:04
    are your views where do you come down on
  • 37:06
    who you get your cues from on medicine
  • 37:09
    or science because as you know in a
  • 37:11
    related issue there was this question on
  • 37:13
    vaccinations you just mentioned the
  • 37:14
    well-being of children and pesticides
  • 37:16
    you had cast skepticism on vaccinations
  • 37:20
    I wonder if you could better explain to
  • 37:22
    us where you come down on that given the
  • 37:24
    science and the concern that back even
  • 37:26
    the science and the concern these
  • 37:28
    scientists the nation's do work and
  • 37:30
    people need them to keep these
  • 37:31
    communities safe well once again I think
  • 37:33
    it's an overstatement to say that I cast
  • 37:35
    skepticism on vaccinations on the issue
  • 37:38
    of vaccinations I'm Pro vaccinations I'm
  • 37:40
    Pro medicine I'm Pro science on all of
  • 37:43
    these issues what I'm bringing up that I
  • 37:45
    think is very legitimate and should not
  • 37:47
    be derided and should not be
  • 37:48
    marginalized particularly in a free
  • 37:49
    society is questions about the role of
  • 37:52
    predatory Big Pharma I'm gonna let you
  • 37:55
    obviously my viewers remind you she's
  • 37:59
    saying predatory Big Pharma on a channel
  • 38:02
    which is mainly run by money from
  • 38:05
    predatory Big Pharma or keeping up with
  • 38:08
    us I'll read a little bit of what you
  • 38:09
    said since your talk about the depiction
  • 38:11
    and then I'll hand it back to you the
  • 38:12
    quote here was it's different it's no
  • 38:14
    different than the abortion debate the
  • 38:16
    US government doesn't tell us citizen in
  • 38:18
    my book what they have to do with their
  • 38:19
    body or their child vaccine mandates
  • 38:22
    were in your view at the time quote
  • 38:24
    draconian and Orwellian
  • 38:26
    back to you well now she realized that
  • 38:29
    draconian
  • 38:30
    because she said a lot of stuff and she
  • 38:31
    really glosses over things she said in
  • 38:34
    the past because I think she's kind of
  • 38:36
    an anti-vaxxer quite honestly in today's
  • 38:39
    by today's description so when she hears
  • 38:41
    that she's gonna try and dismiss that a
  • 38:43
    bit and move into her position the issue
  • 38:46
    of joconi in an Orwellian this is the
  • 38:48
    issue when I was a child we took far
  • 38:51
    fewer vaccines and there was much less
  • 38:53
    bungling and there was much less chronic
  • 38:56
    illness I don't know why you know this
  • 38:58
    is not a topic that I have consciously
  • 39:01
    chosen to this is not some big topic for
  • 39:04
    me yeah and don't you realize you're
  • 39:05
    trying to get rid of you and they'll
  • 39:07
    take this topic to do it but I have to
  • 39:09
    tell you do you think vaccinations are
  • 39:11
    by tributing two things being worse now
  • 39:13
    he's trying to get her to say it though
  • 39:15
    is that what you're suggesting no no no
  • 39:17
    what I'm saying is that in 1986 there
  • 39:20
    was this vaccine protection law there
  • 39:22
    was and there have been four billion
  • 39:24
    dollars in vaccine compensation payments
  • 39:26
    that have been made and there was much
  • 39:29
    less chronic there was something like
  • 39:30
    12% chronic illness among our children
  • 39:32
    previous to that law and there's 54% now
  • 39:36
    I don't see why in a free society you
  • 39:39
    know what is going on here when you look
  • 39:41
    at the fact that big pharmaceutical
  • 39:43
    companies lobby Congress to the tune of
  • 39:45
    284 million dollars last year alone as
  • 39:47
    opposed to oil and gas which is lobbied
  • 39:50
    Congress to the tune of 125 million last
  • 39:53
    year when you look at all the money
  • 39:55
    they've spent by pharmaceutical
  • 39:56
    companies even on our news on our news
  • 39:58
    channels when you look at the fact that
  • 40:00
    there are two pharmaceutical lobbyists
  • 40:02
    for every member of Congress and even
  • 40:04
    when you look at the tens and even
  • 40:06
    hundreds of thousands of dollars that
  • 40:08
    have been paid into the coffers of even
  • 40:09
    presidential candidates why why are we
  • 40:13
    why are we so okay with the complete
  • 40:16
    shutdown of any conversation about this
  • 40:18
    topic and it ends there of course so
  • 40:21
    that's just a primer for what the Empire
  • 40:24
    is doing now we're gonna try and go and
  • 40:26
    write on everyone that's totally of
  • 40:28
    course she is it's it's I think it's a
  • 40:30
    lot of our position to the main one
  • 40:32
    being you can't have an honest
  • 40:34
    discussion if you're being paid by the
  • 40:36
    guy who is being discussed it just it's
  • 40:38
    quite
  • 40:39
    difficult to do that if I would it
  • 40:41
    Anderson pooper takes it five steps
  • 40:44
    further when he gets her on the air and
  • 40:46
    oh yeah this was good now this comes on
  • 40:48
    the heels of a Kennedy kid committees
  • 40:50
    committing suicide with with diagnosed
  • 40:54
    with clinical depression again we can't
  • 40:57
    have a talk about that and we we won't
  • 40:59
    really know did she overdose on
  • 41:01
    something it was it was it her regular
  • 41:04
    meds that she commits suicide what we
  • 41:06
    don't know we'll never know because it's
  • 41:08
    listen to the numbers a quarter of a
  • 41:10
    billion dollars and that's just to the
  • 41:12
    politicians it's it's in the twenty
  • 41:16
    billion dollar ran a teen billion dollar
  • 41:18
    range for marketing in the u.s. of
  • 41:20
    pharmaceuticals a lot of that going to
  • 41:22
    television news networks so here is a
  • 41:26
    great slap down I'd say although it will
  • 41:30
    get hurt it will not get her elected
  • 41:32
    between Marianne Williamson and Anderson
  • 41:35
    Cooper with respect when Kate Spade died
  • 41:37
    you tweeted out how many public
  • 41:40
    personalities have to hang themselves
  • 41:41
    before the FDA does it was skews me how
  • 41:44
    many public personalities on
  • 41:46
    antidepressants have to hang themselves
  • 41:47
    before the FDA does something big former
  • 41:50
    cops to what it knows and the average
  • 41:52
    person stops falling for this the
  • 41:54
    tragedies keep compounding the awakening
  • 41:56
    should begin you do seem to be implying
  • 41:58
    a that Kate Spade was on antidepressants
  • 42:00
    which we I don't think we have any
  • 42:02
    knowledge of knorr in anybody's business
  • 42:04
    but you seem to be linking no it's no
  • 42:07
    one's business
  • 42:07
    we don't want to know we don't want to
  • 42:09
    know what's going on because the truth
  • 42:10
    might come out again but with
  • 42:13
    antidepressants and suicide and many
  • 42:16
    people who are on antidepressants have
  • 42:19
    had suicidal ideation long before they
  • 42:21
    were taking antidepressant Oh Anderson
  • 42:23
    is a doctor no this is great and the FDA
  • 42:26
    there is a black box warnings on
  • 42:28
    antidepressants that for people twenty
  • 42:30
    five years old and younger right the
  • 42:33
    risk of suicidal ideation is increased
  • 42:35
    rather than decreased do you know how
  • 42:37
    many teenagers and young for not first
  • 42:39
    not for people over 24 but not for
  • 42:42
    people over 24 and again just putting
  • 42:46
    out a blanket tweet when in the wake you
  • 42:47
    know on the day somebody has died
  • 42:49
    implying that they were on
  • 42:52
    antidepressants
  • 42:52
    and that's what caused their suicide
  • 42:54
    that just seems irresponsible well
  • 42:57
    Anderson I could say the same
  • 42:58
    wait wait listen to her answer it's
  • 43:01
    worth it it'll then we can discuss
  • 43:03
    listen to her answer when in the wake
  • 43:05
    you know on the day somebody has died
  • 43:07
    implying that they were on
  • 43:09
    antidepressants and that's what caused
  • 43:11
    their suicide
  • 43:12
    that just seems irresponsible well
  • 43:14
    Anderson I could say the same thing to
  • 43:16
    you given how many pharmaceutical
  • 43:17
    companies advertised on your show I've
  • 43:25
    never seen the ads I don't know you're
  • 43:27
    talking about
  • 43:31
    Wow what a liar that's that's not true
  • 43:36
    oh yeah he'll double the way that he
  • 43:39
    doesn't know about the ads he'll double
  • 43:40
    point I was gonna make was that when he
  • 43:42
    asks is that irresponsible how is he
  • 43:44
    responsible what way irresponsible in
  • 43:48
    what way that she said Jesus made some I
  • 43:50
    would say just an offhanded comment
  • 43:53
    snide remark in fact that wouldn't think
  • 43:56
    we're gonna do something about all these
  • 43:57
    antidepressants how is it what's
  • 44:00
    irresponsible about that I'm not
  • 44:02
    understanding well he's a scientist you
  • 44:04
    see he's defending his advertiser saying
  • 44:09
    that's irresponsible because if you say
  • 44:10
    that then people will really go crazy if
  • 44:13
    they don't take our meds what you're
  • 44:15
    paying for my salary I didn't know that
  • 44:17
    I never see the ads on my show I don't
  • 44:19
    know what I'm talking about
  • 44:20
    that just seems irresponsible well
  • 44:23
    Anderson I could say the same thing to
  • 44:24
    you given how many pharmaceutical
  • 44:26
    companies advertise on your show I don't
  • 44:30
    know what but I gotta be tell I'll look
  • 44:33
    at it I'm not in say God not impacted by
  • 44:36
    who advertises on my show I don't know
  • 44:38
    who advertises on my show it's not any
  • 44:40
    interest to me I'm sure it is the people
  • 44:42
    in this company but I don't care what I
  • 44:44
    care about is people who are dying and
  • 44:47
    there's a stigma for people actually
  • 44:49
    seeking medical help for something that
  • 44:52
    could save their life and you know and I
  • 44:55
    think it's important
  • 44:56
    so here's Anderson being a doctor
  • 44:59
    Anderson and explaining why he it's
  • 45:01
    important and he's agnostic and nothing
  • 45:04
    influences his journalistic crud
  • 45:06
    ability that is a lie of course it's a
  • 45:09
    lie I mean you can't turn on CNN without
  • 45:11
    seeing who's sponsoring and that was and
  • 45:14
    I don't quite frankly I'm shocked that
  • 45:17
    he thinks he can get away with a lie
  • 45:19
    like that
  • 45:20
    or that that that's fine I just say I
  • 45:22
    don't know and I don't care it's no of
  • 45:24
    no interest to me
  • 45:26
    that's that's the definition of use in
  • 45:28
    the world that honestly can sit they
  • 45:31
    would say that it's not it's not
  • 45:34
    possible I've I've gotten into
  • 45:35
    discussions with people about this if
  • 45:38
    someone's advertising all the time and
  • 45:41
    they're carrying the load in this case
  • 45:43
    the pharmaceutical companies are
  • 45:44
    carrying the load of the advertisement
  • 45:46
    it's not as though it's like some
  • 45:47
    schmuck dead oh wow okay well my pillow
  • 45:50
    guys like an advertising but what we're
  • 45:51
    gonna do about it
  • 45:52
    although that may be propping up Fox he
  • 45:56
    is propping up Fox it's not but that's
  • 46:00
    just disingenuous and that's a lie
  • 46:03
    yeah they always take you don't want to
  • 46:06
    get fired for saying something bad about
  • 46:10
    an advertisement let's wait for Anderson
  • 46:13
    Cooper to do a special and on
  • 46:15
    drug-related deaths from pharmaceuticals
  • 46:19
    let's see wait I'm waiting for that
  • 46:20
    special that that would indicate to me
  • 46:22
    that okay wouldn't he maybe he's being
  • 46:24
    sincere but he's not nobody's sincere
  • 46:26
    about this this is just a blatant for
  • 46:28
    eight years I worked in a high-output
  • 46:30
    production environment with a lot of
  • 46:34
    sponsors on cable and you knew exactly
  • 46:37
    who the sponsors were you know how you
  • 46:39
    know that you know that by never making
  • 46:41
    a joke about skittles you never make a
  • 46:43
    fucking joke about skittles because they
  • 46:45
    were carrying the network in the
  • 46:46
    beginning you know and you know these
  • 46:49
    things you don't make jokes
  • 46:51
    we could even make jokes about Madonna
  • 46:53
    because she was carrying the network to
  • 46:55
    agree to a degree at one point but now
  • 46:58
    know the definition of irresponsibility
  • 47:00
    is not knowing who is paying your bills
  • 47:04
    Anderson Cooper yeah what if it was some
  • 47:08
    right-wing and Nazi propagandists the
  • 47:10
    outfit you wouldn't know pleased that
  • 47:13
    you know when I read people saying well
  • 47:16
    all these drugs cause suicide I mean
  • 47:19
    that's just not
  • 47:20
    say that Anderson on this program I'm
  • 47:25
    sorry you said to me a few minutes ago
  • 47:27
    with all due respect I felt very little
  • 47:29
    respect here
  • 47:30
    I felt very little opportunity to say
  • 47:32
    what I believe and I feel the person
  • 47:34
    who's had some blink statements said
  • 47:35
    about them on this program is me I have
  • 47:38
    simply never had the blanket
  • 47:40
    conversation that you are now suggesting
  • 47:42
    that I've had and when it comes to
  • 47:44
    people who are suicidal I have a 35 year
  • 47:46
    career working with people in despair I
  • 47:48
    have had a 35 year career working with
  • 47:51
    people in crisis I've had a 35 year
  • 47:54
    career working with people in pain I
  • 47:56
    have people who psychiatrists send to me
  • 47:59
    to have worked with them I have been up
  • 48:01
    close and personal with people in their
  • 48:03
    pain and in their despair for decades I
  • 48:07
    just know that I am glib about is a
  • 48:11
    complete mischaracterization and
  • 48:14
    misrepresentation of my career on your
  • 48:19
    career or saying you're glib in any way
  • 48:21
    you are deadly serious about this and
  • 48:23
    you have very strong beliefs
  • 48:24
    I just don't understand some of your
  • 48:28
    public statements and you've and he
  • 48:31
    can't let it go because he has to defend
  • 48:34
    the advertiser at this point he's
  • 48:37
    defending wouldn't you say this makes no
  • 48:39
    sense if you don't know your ads and a
  • 48:43
    why do you just once you just let her
  • 48:45
    speak or get into it but he's defending
  • 48:49
    you first of all a couple of things when
  • 48:52
    you're interviewing and someone's got
  • 48:54
    something to say you try to let him talk
  • 48:56
    themselves out yes sir unless they're
  • 48:59
    gonna be like beta O'Rourke tin on ABC
  • 49:01
    this morning where they let him talk too
  • 49:03
    much yeah and he went on and on and on
  • 49:05
    about how Trump you know was a is about
  • 49:07
    fantasy why
  • 49:08
    what's the right message wrinkles and
  • 49:09
    they never cut him off but for the most
  • 49:12
    part in this situation with Cooper
  • 49:15
    trying to get the stuff out of her I
  • 49:17
    don't know why he just he's yeah he's
  • 49:19
    being very defensive he's defending
  • 49:21
    something exactly we're seeing your glib
  • 49:23
    in any way you are deadly serious about
  • 49:25
    this and and you have very strong
  • 49:26
    beliefs I just don't understand some of
  • 49:31
    your public statements and you've
  • 49:32
    addressed
  • 49:33
    speak Anderson then let me speak this is
  • 49:36
    not a conversation that we're having
  • 49:37
    well I think it is I just I need to you
  • 49:41
    know try to you say you didn't say stuff
  • 49:43
    and then I read you quotes and you
  • 49:47
    explained when people are taking
  • 49:50
    antidepressants who have had serious
  • 49:52
    serious pain and serious pain depression
  • 49:55
    in their lives and they are helped by
  • 49:57
    them I'm happy for them happy for them
  • 50:01
    when I'm by the way I'm pretty sure
  • 50:04
    Anderson may be on antidepressants
  • 50:05
    that's that's that may also be what he's
  • 50:08
    defending young people and I meet them
  • 50:11
    all the time once again I'm the one here
  • 50:14
    who has had a lot of experience with
  • 50:17
    people in paints when I met I just don't
  • 50:19
    think people that it's gonna numb them
  • 50:21
    is a good idea
  • 50:22
    oh well that's your belief I believe
  • 50:25
    that to tell a person under the age of
  • 50:27
    my aspect when I believe that a person
  • 50:30
    under 25 and I may find this in your
  • 50:34
    comments you're saying one in 10 or on
  • 50:37
    antidepressants not a good sign not a
  • 50:39
    time in American history for us to be
  • 50:40
    numbing our pain telling a person who's
  • 50:42
    depressed and is 40 years old and
  • 50:44
    thinking about suicide that if they take
  • 50:48
    what most of them I'm not math please
  • 50:55
    speak I'm not talking about people who
  • 50:57
    are suicidal I'm talking about people
  • 50:59
    who are depressed about the world today
  • 51:01
    given the fact that the world is
  • 51:03
    depressing clinically depressed people
  • 51:06
    are not depressed just because the world
  • 51:07
    is depressing they oh not now he's
  • 51:09
    threatening to see again it's dr.
  • 51:11
    Anderson Cooper who now knows all about
  • 51:14
    clinical depression wary but but you are
  • 51:19
    the one making some blanket statements
  • 51:20
    here that there is no particular
  • 51:22
    scientific evidence to prove you are
  • 51:25
    talking about clinical depression as
  • 51:27
    though there is a blood test now you can
  • 51:30
    talk about you can talk about chemical
  • 51:31
    yeah this is okay this is why I had this
  • 51:33
    long clip this is important because this
  • 51:35
    is the truth about clinical depression
  • 51:37
    and I think certainly today's under 25s
  • 51:41
    as per the black box labeling ours told
  • 51:46
    this is just an imbalance in your brain
  • 51:48
    it's a chemical imbalance and by the way
  • 51:51
    you cannot refute this if a doctor says
  • 51:54
    this to a young person and you say hmm
  • 51:57
    I'm skeptical you need to shut up the
  • 51:59
    doctor said there's something wrong with
  • 52:01
    my chemistry in my head and that is that
  • 52:04
    is the selling point that is the unique
  • 52:07
    selling point of antidepressants in
  • 52:09
    particular SSRIs which we really don't
  • 52:12
    have full research on by admission of
  • 52:14
    the of everybody we don't exactly know
  • 52:16
    all the long-term effects of these as
  • 52:20
    they will actually state that they'll
  • 52:21
    say we don't know why or how this works
  • 52:23
    and then they just keep going yes and
  • 52:25
    the end the under 24 mention is also in
  • 52:28
    the disclaimer the world is depressing
  • 52:31
    wary but but you are the one making some
  • 52:34
    blanket statements here that there is no
  • 52:37
    particular scientific evidence to prove
  • 52:39
    you are talking about clinical
  • 52:41
    depressant as though there is a blood
  • 52:43
    test now you can talk about you can talk
  • 52:46
    about chemical imbalance but you can
  • 52:48
    also talk about chemical changes that
  • 52:49
    come about through yoga chemical
  • 52:51
    analysis that come about through prayer
  • 52:54
    does it come about through sugar with
  • 52:57
    you about through nutrition given that
  • 52:59
    what my conversation has been
  • 53:01
    particularly that I am very concerned
  • 53:03
    about is teenagers and people in their
  • 53:06
    early 20s that under age who are told
  • 53:09
    and I meet them all the time and they go
  • 53:13
    and they go and some young woman you
  • 53:15
    know the 20s are hard they're not a
  • 53:16
    mental illness divorce is hard it's not
  • 53:19
    a mental illness losing someone that you
  • 53:21
    love is hard it's not we're on the same
  • 53:27
    page about over prescription of drugs
  • 53:29
    and you know aggressive marketing
  • 53:31
    campaigns by big pharmaceutical
  • 53:33
    companies and people especially young
  • 53:35
    people should know dangerous side
  • 53:37
    effects of some of these very powerful
  • 53:38
    drugs I think we're on the same page
  • 53:40
    about that and you know I think you have
  • 53:43
    expressed your opinion tonight I you
  • 53:44
    know some of the language you've used it
  • 53:46
    has raised concerns and I think it's
  • 53:47
    fair that I ask those questions and I
  • 53:49
    think you've addressed them very well so
  • 53:50
    well I don't I think would also be fair
  • 53:53
    for me to have a little more opportunity
  • 53:54
    to answer them but perhaps at some point
  • 53:56
    I would love that
  • 53:57
    I would like to continue and I I don't
  • 54:00
    mean to make you feel disrespected
  • 54:01
    because that's really honestly not my
  • 54:03
    intention
  • 54:04
    Mary Williamson I appreciate it right
  • 54:06
    all right Cooper gets a raise good job
  • 54:09
    Anderson you made a look you hung in
  • 54:12
    there you coulda done better if you
  • 54:17
    wanted to really make you know the
  • 54:19
    farmer guys look good he could've done
  • 54:21
    better I was in a meeting afterwards I
  • 54:23
    would have chewed him out anyway nice
  • 54:29
    knowing you Mary Ann it's too bad who
  • 54:32
    else shoes well they know they I can
  • 54:40
    guarantee you she will be in the next
  • 54:42
    debate because from a television show
  • 54:44
    perspective you need her you need the
  • 54:47
    crystal lady it's very important she's
  • 54:49
    there otherwise it will not be
  • 54:51
    entertaining enough so I'm definitely
  • 54:54
    want to get rid of yang I have I have a
  • 54:58
    funny yang clip from here in Texas our
  • 55:04
    our local broadcast Association known as
  • 55:07
    the Infowars have a new character out on
  • 55:10
    the streets called millennial Millie or
  • 55:15
    Millie the millennial correct it's kind
  • 55:17
    of like a stuttering John type thing
  • 55:19
    from the Howard Stern Show today right
  • 55:21
    they throw they throw her out on the
  • 55:23
    street with microphone and they go go
  • 55:25
    ask these questions so she's got a list
  • 55:28
    and she's reading and she goes up to
  • 55:30
    Andrew yang who apparently has decided
  • 55:33
    that we will have a news Ombudsman in
  • 55:36
    the yang administration and what isn't
  • 55:41
    when you say omnes bunt Ombudsman is
  • 55:44
    that even pronounce the damn word um
  • 55:49
    mom's buds mom's buds Minh why does it
  • 55:53
    just use our that's so much easier to
  • 55:55
    remember there no I'm budzma is a very
  • 55:58
    specific person they used to have one of
  • 56:00
    the New York Times but they finally got
  • 56:01
    rid of like the public editor is that
  • 56:03
    what that is it's a public editor is
  • 56:05
    also for a form of it but the Amish
  • 56:07
    budzma is a neutral character that the
  • 56:09
    cow
  • 56:10
    he hires because the company a
  • 56:12
    self-aware corporation says to itself
  • 56:16
    say all corporation itself I am going to
  • 56:19
    we don't we know we're not really
  • 56:22
    connected with the you know do we could
  • 56:24
    be making mistakes and there's no way
  • 56:26
    we're gonna find it cuz we're actually a
  • 56:27
    bunch of yes-man and that's the way
  • 56:28
    corporations operate and so we're gonna
  • 56:30
    hire somebody called an ombudsman and
  • 56:33
    that person is going to just be a
  • 56:35
    neutral person we're gonna pay him I no
  • 56:37
    matter what they do we're gonna pay them
  • 56:39
    and they're going to take questions from
  • 56:41
    the audience
  • 56:42
    and they're gonna resolve situations
  • 56:44
    that we are totally unaware of or we
  • 56:47
    don't think is important do we and
  • 56:48
    that's what the Ombudsman does so do we
  • 56:50
    have any examples in current go they
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    always get fired
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    well here's Millie the Millenial a lot
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    of people said you did good during the
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    debates I love stuff right off of that
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    I'm good a lot of people say yeah a lot
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    of people said you did good during the
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    debate site do you feel glad do you feel
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    good okay I just have to stop here
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    there's a couple things that bother me
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    one hears it this comes close to my one
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    of my pet peeves that I don't bring up
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    with people because it's petty but it
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    does bother me when someone says dear
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    did you did you a jab at me for
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    zoologists no no no no not at all no if
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    you ask me now this is this is very
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    petty is this is petty ER probably when
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    when you know said hey did you try did
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    you take a test drive in that car and I
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    say yes here's the question yet how did
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    you like it well that implies that I
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    liked it on several levels you mean why
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    is that what can someone just say did
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    you enjoy it what was your thought or
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    how did you like it doesn't that mean
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    you liked it if you don't like to quit
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    the generalized question how did you
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    like it yeah which people ask all the
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    time it says who it's almost like a
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    filler well it's it almost means you you
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    so you liked it right how did you like
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    it well I didn't yeah but you could
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    always say I didn't like it
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    or watches once you do what you should
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    do I think I know what it is it's eating
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    at you that you don't that you don't do
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    this I would do this somebody's asked me
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    how I liked it I'm gonna just I just
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    leave the car right you know you're
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    gonna be the guy I'm gonna be you so
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    that that bolts at both how did you like
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    it what makes you think I liked it you
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    dick down so I know how to do that yes
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    okay no we don't do that in Austin
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    people are actually carrying weapons no
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    this is not that's what I would do all
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    right so if I were you and I back slash
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    on the pettiness on my part here we go
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    continue with Millie the Millennial
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    Andrew yay I feel like I didn't get a
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    chance to lay out my vision for the
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    economy of the country I feel like I did
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    this time so it's great why do you think
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    that we need to have a news ombudsman in
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    America we're just about to enter the
  • 59:38
    era of deep fakes where we're not going
  • 59:39
    to be able to make heads or tails of the
  • 59:40
    stuff we're seeing online and we know
  • 59:42
    the Russians have already been have a
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    picture of me so we need to start having
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    you know you guys are supposed to
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    protect our rights okay so a couple
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    things one she pronounced arms wouldn't
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    buds men correctly which was impressive
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    I will say this I can see where you
  • 1:00:22
    didn't understand the definition because
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    the way he answered that question was
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    wrong yes in fact the arms buds Minh
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    seems to be only there to protect
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    president yang
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    right that's what he said if it comes
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    buds that's what he said
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    yes what he said I said maybe yang
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    doesn't understand what an arm's bugs
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    men's role is of the opinion that that's
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    correct he doesn't understand what an
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    ombudsman supposed to do he's thinking
  • 1:00:51
    it was some sort of a you know a
  • 1:00:53
    fact-checker Snopes fact-checker
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    to protect my presidency and you know
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    and the way he just cavalierly said then
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    we ought to know the russians are
  • 1:01:05
    hacking everywhere fuck you yang get out
  • 1:01:09
    of here that guy says that guy is a
  • 1:01:12
    Silicon Valley douche bag with his ubi
  • 1:01:15
    yeah here get out of here this is nuts
  • 1:01:18
    I'm looking at that ubi it's gonna be
  • 1:01:21
    it's gonna be thousand times 150 billion
  • 1:01:27
    a month go away go away I can do math
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    alright laughter that's how much money
  • 1:01:36
    the robots make well he did both he's
  • 1:01:39
    right about automation I said this on
  • 1:01:42
    the show before I'm gonna say it again
  • 1:01:43
    when I was a kid and I remember this
  • 1:01:47
    when I was a kid and I'm talking fourth
  • 1:01:49
    fifth grade we were told that someday in
  • 1:01:55
    the future the robots would be doing all
  • 1:01:57
    the work and we the people would benefit
  • 1:02:01
    from all their hard work with that would
  • 1:02:03
    never you be I was never brought up
  • 1:02:05
    universal basic income was not what the
  • 1:02:07
    term was but we were somehow going to
  • 1:02:10
    reap the benefits of not having to work
  • 1:02:13
    and laying in the robots do all of our
  • 1:02:14
    work yes I ya membered that forever and
  • 1:02:18
    you know what people would believe it if
  • 1:02:21
    you gave them one thing if you gave them
  • 1:02:24
    one thing they would believe this story
  • 1:02:26
    and that's the flying car because that
  • 1:02:30
    was the dream that Jetsons was the dream
  • 1:02:32
    we've got our Elroy we've got the mom
  • 1:02:35
    and dad we got a flying car we got the
  • 1:02:38
    dog we got the robot may mate robot made
  • 1:02:44
    and and everyone looked really happy
  • 1:02:46
    we're flying around to go to some green
  • 1:02:48
    bubbles and over there and we never came
  • 1:02:51
    through with the flying car and that's
  • 1:02:54
    part of the problem that's why people
  • 1:02:56
    are starting to not believe it anymore
  • 1:02:59
    now let me just play this one clip from
  • 1:03:04
    Tulsi Gabbard this has been fantastic
  • 1:03:06
    the way they're trying to get rid of her
  • 1:03:09
    she of course attacked
  • 1:03:10
    I wanted before you go on that on that
  • 1:03:14
    one I want to mention that because I
  • 1:03:16
    never thought of doing this as a segment
  • 1:03:17
    but Michael Savage nothing no I'm so not
  • 1:03:20
    Michael Savage Mark Levine the great one
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    Mark Levin has been going after her as
  • 1:03:26
    it is some sort of a moron that's it
  • 1:03:29
    that Tulsi some moron yeah so he's part
  • 1:03:32
    of the Empire then I think so in fact I
  • 1:03:35
    he was on I was driving around and so I
  • 1:03:38
    was listening to these guys and he was
  • 1:03:39
    on some one of his his show and he was
  • 1:03:42
    going on and on about how he was really
  • 1:03:44
    sounding like an eel can't even though
  • 1:03:45
    he was defending himself is not a neocon
  • 1:03:48
    but he really had nothing good to say
  • 1:03:49
    about her and he was slamming her
  • 1:03:51
    slamming her about what specifically oh
  • 1:03:54
    by her what thinking that we should get
  • 1:03:56
    out of these wars and demeaning nickname
  • 1:04:00
    for her to see go see or something
  • 1:04:03
    stupid you remember what Gabby Gabbard
  • 1:04:05
    or something like that mm-hmm
  • 1:04:06
    interesting it's not a very good one but
  • 1:04:08
    no no no we're good well I've been a fan
  • 1:04:11
    of Tulsi Gabbard for five six years so
  • 1:04:13
    this is nothing new for me and and I'll
  • 1:04:15
    and I like I just like her whole
  • 1:04:17
    appearance there's a lot of things that
  • 1:04:19
    I don't agree with but okay you know it
  • 1:04:21
    doesn't mean I wouldn't want to see her
  • 1:04:22
    as president she'd be interesting the
  • 1:04:24
    soldier card gives her some credibility
  • 1:04:26
    in in some commandeering issues but she
  • 1:04:31
    attacked Hillary Harris but which by the
  • 1:04:34
    way is exactly what
  • 1:04:36
    kamilly Harris Kamla Harris is Hillary
  • 1:04:39
    she is black Hillary Hillary Harris I
  • 1:04:42
    get it she is Hillary the way she walks
  • 1:04:45
    the way she talks the way she reflects
  • 1:04:47
    the way she laughs the way she demeans
  • 1:04:50
    is she's Hillary she is a Hillary clone
  • 1:04:53
    she's done it herself she's done a very
  • 1:04:55
    good job it's a really good thing no
  • 1:04:57
    doubt but she did I find her highly
  • 1:05:01
    unlikable and she didn't get to do her
  • 1:05:05
    storytelling in this past debate because
  • 1:05:07
    of time restraints which is her strong
  • 1:05:10
    point and she didn't do that at all or
  • 1:05:12
    very well and she wasn't expecting the
  • 1:05:15
    attack from the white hat literally
  • 1:05:18
    standing next to her she was blindsided
  • 1:05:20
    and she's pissed about it and she
  • 1:05:23
    immediately went on the attack what
  • 1:05:25
    happened right after the debate is I I
  • 1:05:27
    saw bots on Twitter telling their BOTS
  • 1:05:31
    it's not hard to see what a bot is
  • 1:05:33
    posting like a real person that that
  • 1:05:38
    tulsi gabbard is supported by Russian
  • 1:05:41
    BOTS
  • 1:05:41
    I mean I'm actually seeing BOTS posting
  • 1:05:44
    about candidates being supported by BOTS
  • 1:05:47
    this is how stupid it's become and that
  • 1:05:50
    you know the the search that everyone
  • 1:05:54
    was searching for her is not true was
  • 1:05:55
    Russian BOTS that were released to gain
  • 1:05:59
    the numbers so she would get more
  • 1:06:01
    airtime I mean I'm a conspiracy theorist
  • 1:06:03
    but even this is just too dumb for me
  • 1:06:06
    but okay the real way we attacked it we
  • 1:06:10
    attacked
  • 1:06:11
    tulsi gabbard is of course through one
  • 1:06:14
    of two avenues one is she hates gays
  • 1:06:18
    because her dad was very religious and
  • 1:06:20
    protested against a quote-unquote gay
  • 1:06:23
    rights when she was a child and I guess
  • 1:06:25
    she held up a sign and participated
  • 1:06:27
    which he's apologized for way too many
  • 1:06:30
    times and the other one is her visit to
  • 1:06:33
    Assad and this of course equals you to a
  • 1:06:37
    Russian agent and because if you go
  • 1:06:40
    visit the dictator who killed his own
  • 1:06:43
    people who just ripped him to shreds
  • 1:06:46
    go ahead No
  • 1:06:47
    he said isn't he an orthopedic surgeon
  • 1:06:50
    isn't he sees like something really
  • 1:06:52
    mundane occupation this guy has his dad
  • 1:06:56
    yeah there's a lot to be said about him
  • 1:06:58
    it seems like son got a lot of bum rap
  • 1:07:01
    and false Flags and we have some proof
  • 1:07:03
    of some of these so-called biological
  • 1:07:05
    attacks which turned out to be bullshit
  • 1:07:07
    including admitted in setting state
  • 1:07:11
    setting the stage by the white helmets
  • 1:07:13
    does a lot of crap but she went there so
  • 1:07:17
    forever she will be really an Russian
  • 1:07:21
    agent because Putin supports Assad and
  • 1:07:24
    Assad is therefore carrying water and
  • 1:07:26
    set all the way down the line so that's
  • 1:07:28
    the attack and of course yeah who did
  • 1:07:31
    you get the Cuomo clip no I well I have
  • 1:07:34
    the clip that I have here is this is the
  • 1:07:38
    post that we hadn't played this this is
  • 1:07:40
    the post debate chat with again our our
  • 1:07:44
    man Anderson Cooper with Tulsi Gabbard
  • 1:07:46
    and this is right after Kamala Harris
  • 1:07:48
    it's had poo poo der she's got 0.01%
  • 1:07:51
    whatever so here we are the only thing
  • 1:07:54
    really she said about you is she said
  • 1:07:55
    that you were essentially an apologist
  • 1:07:57
    for Bashar al Assad that you would never
  • 1:07:59
    criticize him as a
  • 1:08:02
    of dictator or murderer I think it's
  • 1:08:04
    unfortunate and a disservice to voters
  • 1:08:07
    in this country that she resorts to
  • 1:08:10
    cheap smears rather than actually
  • 1:08:13
    addressing her record the issues that
  • 1:08:15
    I've raised and the fact that she said
  • 1:08:18
    she is proud of this record if that's
  • 1:08:19
    the case then voters deserve to hear
  • 1:08:21
    about why she's so proud of the lives
  • 1:08:24
    that she is negatively impacted the
  • 1:08:26
    families that she's sort of hard in
  • 1:08:27
    California if if voters are wondering
  • 1:08:29
    what is your take on Bashar al-assad
  • 1:08:32
    what do you say my take is one of a
  • 1:08:34
    soldier where I've seen the cost of a
  • 1:08:37
    boom there it is that's that's where the
  • 1:08:39
    she plays the soldier card really well
  • 1:08:41
    that's a smart move your take on
  • 1:08:44
    pressure on Assad what do you say my
  • 1:08:47
    take is one of a soldier where I've seen
  • 1:08:49
    the cost of war firsthand in Iraq
  • 1:08:52
    serving in a medical unit every single
  • 1:08:54
    day confronted with that high human cost
  • 1:08:57
    of war so I will never apologize for
  • 1:08:59
    doing all that I can to prevent more of
  • 1:09:02
    my brothers and sisters from being sent
  • 1:09:04
    into harm's way to fight
  • 1:09:05
    counterproductive regime change wars
  • 1:09:07
    that make our country less safe that
  • 1:09:10
    take more lives and that cost taxpayers
  • 1:09:12
    trillions more dollars so that means
  • 1:09:14
    meeting with a dictator or meeting with
  • 1:09:16
    an adversary absolutely I would do it
  • 1:09:20
    security of our country understand that
  • 1:09:22
    position do you consider him a torturer
  • 1:09:24
    or a murderer that's not what this is
  • 1:09:26
    about
  • 1:09:26
    I don't defend or apologize or have
  • 1:09:29
    anything to do with what he has done -
  • 1:09:31
    if you're president United States it's
  • 1:09:32
    fine if you want to meet with somebody
  • 1:09:34
    but there's traditionally role of the
  • 1:09:36
    president United States calling out
  • 1:09:38
    human rights abuses overseas Bashar
  • 1:09:40
    al-assad is head of a regime which has
  • 1:09:42
    disappeared many people okay
  • 1:09:45
    just that last phrase shows how slanted
  • 1:09:49
    pooper is there's no reports of Bashar
  • 1:09:52
    al Assad al Assad disappearing people
  • 1:09:55
    that's what the Russians are always
  • 1:09:58
    accused of did you catch that hasn't
  • 1:10:01
    disappeared people Jay has he must have
  • 1:10:06
    know he also bombed him you know he
  • 1:10:08
    bombs his own people know what that is
  • 1:10:11
    the narrative but I've never heard Lee
  • 1:10:12
    disappeared he's tying her to Russia
  • 1:10:15
    it's
  • 1:10:15
    doing well also death squads in South
  • 1:10:18
    America yeah there's that I mean he's
  • 1:10:24
    CNN hates her I don't know why and the
  • 1:10:27
    fact that that I can answer the
  • 1:10:30
    questions right is I can answer the
  • 1:10:31
    question easily but all you have to do
  • 1:10:34
    is look at who how much money everyone's
  • 1:10:36
    raised that's all they only care about
  • 1:10:39
    how much is in your FEC filing how much
  • 1:10:42
    money they rate you raise that you're
  • 1:10:44
    gonna give to them and ads that's all
  • 1:10:45
    they care about that's how the polls are
  • 1:10:49
    done that's how the rankings are done
  • 1:10:51
    that's how the line up on stage is done
  • 1:10:55
    yeah yeah yeah but why do they have to
  • 1:11:03
    way even bring her on I don't get it
  • 1:11:05
    because she hurt the Queen oh this week
  • 1:11:09
    the Queen makes it brings in a lot of
  • 1:11:10
    cash she yes she hurt the Queen you
  • 1:11:13
    can't be hurting the Queen and she
  • 1:11:15
    potentially ruined ruined their show the
  • 1:11:19
    show was supposed to be be be between
  • 1:11:21
    Biden and Kamla
  • 1:11:24
    that was the show and she didn't know
  • 1:11:26
    her place she didn't get to do her
  • 1:11:28
    website at the end they cut her off nor
  • 1:11:34
    place I mean that's what it appears to
  • 1:11:38
    be when Cuomo went after her it was
  • 1:11:40
    really nasty did you get any of that no
  • 1:11:43
    I got stuff to do I didn't think this
  • 1:11:45
    was gonna be a topic and Cuomo goes
  • 1:11:48
    after her and she claims it why do you
  • 1:11:51
    have this you know that you she has on
  • 1:11:53
    her website he goes after a website she
  • 1:11:57
    has on her website all the dubious
  • 1:11:58
    aspects of the phony gassings the two of
  • 1:12:01
    them right including the one where Trump
  • 1:12:03
    sent a bunch of missiles over there
  • 1:12:05
    right which was now it turns out that
  • 1:12:07
    the two gas guys in you know in Geneva
  • 1:12:10
    or wherever they are that group that
  • 1:12:14
    takes that does only chemical weapons oh
  • 1:12:16
    yeah those guys they said there's no
  • 1:12:20
    chance they didn't probably wasn't even
  • 1:12:22
    anything they took the whole thing was
  • 1:12:24
    acted yeah and she has all these these
  • 1:12:27
    data points on her website Akuma's going
  • 1:12:29
    out
  • 1:12:29
    to her we've seen evidence we've seen
  • 1:12:31
    the suffering of the children he's going
  • 1:12:34
    on and on and on he did a thing in fact
  • 1:12:36
    he did a thing on listen to this and
  • 1:12:38
    this is a good example just guys hard to
  • 1:12:41
    watch but let's die this is a short clip
  • 1:12:43
    of Cuomo just doing a little aside at
  • 1:12:47
    the end of his show on Trump's racism
  • 1:12:50
    and listen to this we're missing point
  • 1:12:51
    of what the problem is with the
  • 1:12:53
    president's pattern of pounding people
  • 1:12:56
    of color and the places they live here
  • 1:12:58
    is his best defense and the least racist
  • 1:13:03
    person there is in the world as far as
  • 1:13:05
    I'm concerned first and this really
  • 1:13:08
    matters least racist doesn't mean not
  • 1:13:12
    racist that's correct
  • 1:13:22
    pounding people of color in the places
  • 1:13:25
    they live people is he pounding what's
  • 1:13:31
    nice pounding them okay well with that
  • 1:13:34
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    who put the C and crazy Cuomo John C
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