On the latest episode of the <em>Free Beacon </em>podcast, the gang discusses President Donald Trump's upcoming oval office address, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's interview on "60 Minutes," and the war on men.
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But a good week, my dear fellow, and welcome to write and writer the official package of the Washington Free Beacon, I'm your hustle Isabel Harrington, involving on Twitter ATLAS, W F, B, three began passes available on Itunes. Google play in stature. Please subscribe. Tell your friends and leave a review during me from the right today is free, beacon, editor in Chief Matthew, cotton Eddie. You may remember him from such mainstream media shows as meet the press and book tv. You can follow him on Twitter. At continental element allows further to match. Right is freebie, can present. Errand Harrison was apprehended three thousand terrorists on the border. All by himself. When I exist,
we share a desert. The office sides, the Czechs and that's good enough for us who Harrison yeah. I got to actually operate the drone. There will be a piece about this on the three big later this year in returning to the Berger today, the chairman of the free Beacon, Michael Goldfarb, International Nanda, mystery and licence republican consultant. He always keeps our palace in line. Helical far allows up first unripened writer, present Trump will deliver his first oval office, addressed to the nation this evening on the humanitarian and national security crisis on our southern border. The media is very concerned. Trump will declare a national emergency to secure a border that our leaders have promised to secure for three decades Matt. I guess we'll be lucky to get the major networks to carry an oval office address at all. Yeah. That's one of the more ridiculous debates over the past few days is whether the
Tv channels can carry the presidential address, because TB anchors disagree with Trump, don't like I'm right and want to be able to fact check his statements in real time or on a time delay. That's that's a real debate taking place now. Should aid you know, should it real time fact checking or should they haven't? I. In a delay. Should they just not error the president of the United States. You know me why not it's a big moment. This is first oval office address two years into his presidency. It's really other than his budget speech and state of the union and the Afghanistan decision speech in twenty. Seventeen is surely the most formal speeches given, and I think because he understands the stakes here and also that he's kind of in a little bit of a box which, as he is pledged that there will be money for the war in this preparations bill and the Democrats.
The pledge that there will be no money for the walk and its appropriations built and us so trumped needs to find some way to get out of the situation, and perhaps it will be by trying to change public opinion. I just did some research, you know independent voters in the latest economist Hugo's surveyor, actually split forty forty percent for the water, two against it supports and yet about eighteen percent undecided. So there's some room there to actually shift independent voters and maybe get some pressure on your side. Maybe he'll say that you know what he's gonna declare one of these emergencies before a rather he's. Gonna declare one of these emergencies. Thirty two have been declared actually think. Maybe thirty two ongoing. So it's down unusual to declare an emergency. It's just that immediately: Wolf, spotless, burry court challenge and probably a nice nationwide injunction thanks to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Otherwise I don't know maybe he'll talk about the jobs numbers we shall have charts. President Reagan always had charts, that was Ngos, or maybe we have total bait and switch and launch a war or something maybe maybe I'm very I as the false area- and I don't know, maybe in new vice president. I would be happy to parents, and you ve been advising Trump on this addressed, I mean, what's he gonna say, let me tell you: what did you say? He's gonna get out there and he is. Did we gonna declared the obvious? There is a crisis of the border. It just he's the first president, thirty five years whose He stood up and said this is a key issue has been an ongoing crisis. There are criminals coming over the border. There are terrorist coming over the border, our drugs coming,
for the border railway sex trafficking highways going over the border it needs to be handled in. Unfortunately, no president, before Donald Trump, has decided to step up and actually enforce the laws of this country. Okay, we have borders, we have them We need to enforce them. It is a very simple think sounded like I was crisis to me it must in that country, with an anarchy before president decided to force. The listen are today talk to other world. I talk to the people of Texas, talk the people. There is gonna talk to people of California and you are going to get the fact that they have been in crisis out there. California there they are, what a mess that places Gavin Newsome yesterday up on the podium taken, the oath of office, what a freak that dude! I'm did not talk here. Let me get back. Let me simple fight this to everybody, and I can't do this on the previous show this, but five million bucks, ok, there's a drop in the body that is five billion dollars and it doesn't
funded the entire wall. So tromp is already compromised with the Democrats by not fully fun the wall. I want two hundred and fifty billion dollars on what the thing going. All too miles the border. He is what he has backed off the full concrete pledge. Is is put these steel slats out very intimidating, very difficult to get through our support them. We like them out, but the fact is its five. This is five billion dollars just start construction. I dont get what the whole deal is. He has already moved towards the Democrats side. What of the Democrats given up? They have moved not one plan to in the whole framing. The debate is about Trump. What why isn't it about the Democrats? It's five billion dollars. They can do very, very simply approved. The five billion government opens backup farm. Green economy grew there and, in so far as wise, at all, on tramples on trunk, as the media puts it on Trump, and so I mean that just as the way world, is, though, so the pressures on the Republicans the cave. But I don't think the president's positions unreasonable. I thought
I still don't understand why the hell we couldn't get this done in the two years. I mean, I guess the Senate Democrats would have, but they have shut down the government over there someone. How did we get into this situation, but the funding for the for the day? Just so the aid? Funding bill comes up, they just didn't get around to these. Well until the end of the year trump, I mean Trump threatened to shut down the government several times in the past. When republicans were in control of Virus- it's only now other than that very brief. Shimmer shut down earlier and twenty he is only now that he's actually shut it down over the wall and his position has weakened. Because now the Democrats are in charge of the house, they weren't they weren't for the last two years is no injurious to more senators than he
and before that, the one thing I think a lot of people are scratching their heads about in Washington is: why hasn't president paired, the legalization of the dreamers may with the wall, and so he had a that's something that they talked about last year that broke down because of the court decision and is awaiting fresher forward any rain. I mean they're just gather pressure right now on the presidency's ahead, because the government is they're, gonna, Miss paychecks starting this week, and so the question is which direction to the Poles move right now, there's they're kind of stable, but if they kill hard against Trump and he's act under forty percent. In a couple weeks I mean, while the Democrats has taken the Democrats, have taken that deal off the table they stay. This is all the Democrats want this to be about the wall, which I think is it here,
and they're saying that we will not spend one day say all admire and we want one did they had I'm off the Democrats. I overheard in recent days in person said that that that problem wasn't so much wall for Dhaka. It was the administration, wants Dhaka for Wall plus the so called temporary protected status, people that plus the diversity of our said. If you just a very simple wall for Dhaka, maybe they could do it, but they want it off. Dhaka, plus amnesty up until the parents earlier than the future of this is that will operate on how they negotiated up next creepy Joe Biden is testing the water
Following a trial balloon and the New York Times where, according to allies Biden, sees himself as the Democrats best hope to beat Donald Trump quote. If you can persuade me, there's somebody better who can win, I'm happy not to do it. By said the Times reports Biden has indicated that he is leaning toward running will most likely make a decision within the next two weeks after the spry seventy six year old spent his Christmas vacation in the virgin islands calling and texting his would be supporters. Harrison is a bit old to try to take trump behind the gym. He's like MIKE, is talked about. This treaty is not in the best of shape physically, as nobody really nobody as I once had given their late seventies, but this is the funniest part about this is is respect my whole premise on why dont think Biden is going to run. Nobody in the Democratic Party is really clamouring for binding. Look at his former colleagues out there. There's
one of them that is stepped up and said that they, the giant Feinstein in octogenarian, eighty, I've you're old, Diane Feinstein is the only one in the Senate that wants to your body to be present. Nobody else is stepping up John carrying out there still thinking that he's gonna be a better president, so this gets back to the whole. What happens? for trial. Balloon is launching the New York Times. Nobody gives well that's what happened with Joe Biden. Nobody was talking about it yesterday. There still talking about Elizabeth Warren out enough out in Iowa, people are talking about Beethoven, listening tour to real Americans, no, but areas Joe meant him for Joe Biden. It is a is a fantasy of the Washington Democrat a stab watchman's led in the polls when they get all the amateur every planning. I totally agree that isn't that already and the biggest namer can ease the only endorsement that that has been made in the Senate is
I five or by other than the senators who endorsing exiles rice. That's why I've things as ever going to have already lost their all tied, they're, all dieters his antlers themselves in deriving. I would guess five of them that are against by if you use that ok and in the Harris Paul HE other than someone new who the Democrats were the most exciting. Bout. He came in number two and all groups of Democrats worth upon him favourably. As someone new that was actually a line in that area, it was yeah that's a vote of no confidence in Joe. The vote of no confidence in the field yet, but but but I mean it still job, that's that's. Just ten that the universe of thirty people who are running is gonna, be the universe rather of candidates that and then he comes out strong and the polls show that a strong, its trump and
I am, is playing a worker around with two seventy to win the other day, and if you look at the map, ok, they have to flip back that the upper Midwest they have to do it. Otherwise the trumpet be re elected. So what candidate is gonna? Do that and I think it's pretty- pretty obvious that that's Biden may decide, but it does have democratic verify if I ever get over, not only is as a separate question whether they be intelligent, but I think I think when he's when he says, as he was quoted second hand in the New York Times saying that I think I'm the one who beat him he's gotta evidence on his side Goldfarb I mean.
I don't I don't know what does make abiden. I mean scares me the idea all these Obama people plodding back in. On the other hand, you can make the case he's kind of the best, the best of the worst I mean it's better than having you know, Sanders world. I think, or you know, God knows what kind of people Warren would bring along a maid. If you just sort of exceptional premise for a minute, the trump will lose, which I'm nothing will happen. But if you just start from that point- and you think about which one of these is the, least. Bad option binds probably the least bad, but it still always suddenly. Now don't you terms, you won't make it that that's true, but that's true. Funding provided in the aid on election day. Biden has a serious until I e this guy's not annoyed. His vice president have to be a mean as its they see Abrams. What. Who would he have to pick somebody young female and why I like a path to be followed up
Eggs, Anderson, Cooper Interview, dancer, Alexandria, Cassio, Cortez, on sixty minutes and exercise where we all lost IQ points. The democratic socialist phenol competitors and Lincoln and after yard, for wanting to raise taxes to seventy percent on the ridge to pay for her green new deal embassies also said there is no doubt in her mind. Trump is a racist because of unnamed historic dog whistles. He supposedly uses an classic Socialists fashion said it's more important to be quote Worley right in being factually wrong, like save your math, is off by about twenty one trillion dollars, but Harrison, perhaps The greatest offence was going after the space force. Well, there's a lot of people in their use in their twenties that are very liberal. They have a lot of these van tassel ideas and over time, as they have more response building their life to get more concern. I am an optimist. I believe that
c is going to mature overtime. If one surprise me, if she gets more concern of the older, she gets in the more responsibilities daddy's paying tax it. Now that saying, I think that the obsession over her on the right is totally skype. If we're out are trying to like make fun of her for dancing you're, not with a law appointed on them is count that was deleted by out yet the old guys like either you the old people, to get offended by these young people coming and look. I think that going after her try to make her some kind of a villain is is not strategically smart. I think that she is very charismatic I think that she is charming, but I also think she's incredibly misguided, but we kill her with kindness and I dont mean kill her physically. I mean killer ideas, they're stupid Kindness in reality will, I think, eventually take over that said. Tunnel, MILAN Millennials in this country there are tons.
People in their twenties. They probably do deserve one or two representatives in the house to show how stupid they are now yeah. I don't really know what to make of the phenomenon. I kind of downplay the air sea when she won't one that upset victory against crawling Crowley last last summer and I dont think there's much of the future for a democratic socialism in the United States. At the same time, she's is media phenomenon and you know it would Republicans or communist catch twenty two. It's like a lie. Can't don't don't talk about her Republicans both its hard not to talk about her when she's on sixty minutes It had ran everything she does is on cable news and that's not report in making those decisions. I do think the people should talk about the fact that her palace suggestions such as they are really flawed and really extreme and she's.
I'm getting a much as much attention on, maybe because she's smart about it doesn't talk about, but remember, big misstep with last year was her total fumble on the israeli palestinian conflict. Foreign policy ideas are probably rang crazier than her domestic once or if she has any at all she does and then she hasn't talked about them. I think, because she smart and she knows that sheet- she's, ants firmer ground, so to speak. When she talks about you, know, economics and gold, what I mean. I think the elephant in the room is that it's not like a big mystery. Why she's such a celebrity and why she so famous people can't stop she's hot the bar really low indecently, celebrity status user, all hideous using the same supermodel I mean you know so so,
that's the obsession with our applause, she's, fine, she's, silly she's wacky, you know it's, it's like it's, our baleen lazy, social entertaining! It's like it's! It's like you know, a sexy version you know Bernie Sanders. He asked what you say: she had the fake sex tape that they did debunked is so there was a rumoured ABC sex tape. Was certainly then. Looking into this. I went on the deep where serious investigation on this. I rest GPS. What sort of several other million people they were out there investigating the alleged sex tape, but it took the foot fetish guys on ready to uncover the fact that the feet in the video did not match our. I didn't see this had an answer, that's how they d bunk it. So the last I mean the last politician to be the victim of this sort of deep, fake Oreo. Pornographic appropriation was
Sarah Palin! You know what I was a parity right. There was actually this lame. I mean if their. If Pailin, you know, if we had the same deep factor energy via two thousand aid that we do today. Can you imagine what would have what parliament subject to interrupt you want. My hard drive would be subject to clear from what you heard similar. If I can take us away from the the foot fetish discussion, which those guys are in our dream Africans in we probably out of looking to get them over the CIA, that check it goes off my kind of hers. You know the Flip side of the ABC coin is Rashid at the lab and ill on Omar. Who are her. You know Bs Apps Why are there hang out together there there you know trying to do this whole. You know sisterhood thing the other, but the two of them they're, not sexy, Cute. Haven't you know it? Well? How can you tell under the veil? You know, I think
scared that people and I think dangerous. Mostly the Democrats. We saw them this week with her mother comment, which suitable open their faces, that is what the what is supposed to do with that, what it it just created, a big headache for the Democrats. Anyway, it wasn't the kind of goofy thing were without ass cute and then it goes one step further later in the week an accuses Republicans in Congress of forgetting which country they will represent, which during it is a historic day on where it, and so let me know that leads like the very you, no serious. You know, Josh Marshall Types, the world will I don't, let's build, we gotta figure out what she really meant by that before we jump to conclusions, but let's, let's like just look at it for what it is, which is she wrapped herself from the palestinian flag on the night of her election, so far as beyond might have forgotten, which country they represent them.
Mom. Sang to her lying all at Saudi trying, but beat that allowed up. You know is she actually aids Jews right? There's like no there's, no and an ill on almost the same thing, actually hates Jews actually and anti semite, and I think publicans much better off to the extent they can enter the extent Omar and into laid make a possible focusing on them I'm not a city but mats right. You know that put our Yossi on sixty minutes. What are you gonna do? Can now it's time to check in with our acting pop culture, experts, Stephanie, Merrick, hello, Stephanie Levers, what's goin on how the twenty third season, at the back where premier last night, it did a thriving. Only we ve been waiting. Former Anna Foul Play coal MAC, thirty contenders were all willing to take his region did
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Sadly, I watch this entire thing. Did you ladder the alive watch parties? I had two because ever it that's, the show itself is probably forty five minutes with them. They add a watch part in park city, you tall and lancing Michigan NICE miss and where we have pregnant, Kimberly who has proposed to buy her boyfriend at the live watch party. This was so appalling. I'm sorry! I could not handle this pregnant proposal. She was like eight months pregnant turning, it was very it was it was there hard to watch, it wasn't magical and it was disgusting. I'm sorry I have seven contestants or sent home last night so down to twenty three o o as if we go on another six months ago, folks we can do it in
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nineteen, you should have your career love, life and social relationships in order by age. Thirty nine. The study was based on a survey of two thousand Brits, but almost half said they dont. Think, though, ever have their life's completely sorted out, met in this day and age. It is quite the accomplishment to be married and have a job by forty undistributed. Her, though stored the german federal sorted out of such a vague concept, a mature scientific? We can be in measuring it. I think if you don't really know how you're going to spend your life by eight hundred and thirty nine, if you're unmarried, you know, if you don't have many attachments by age, thirty, nine you're probably going to be depressed. I mean late bloomer.
Like Seinfeld by Spinster, a good could have called. It is good that it is good to have attachments and be rooted in a family in community and religious Additional accordingly last longer marriage, career and friendships- I guess you got the mouth they forget our all. They always it was deafening. I'm sorry! I have a go bag so I can, on the outer rear, ready, you're ready to leave a moment's notice. Somewhere, is waiting on the tarmac. I told you that I saw some time here. Hackers certainly got time might like. So I guess I have a career MIKE took their vaguely resembles a mark. It might take that advice for when you feel that, even in a round the corner gotta thirty seconds to look at what age ages they well. I think your wife dictates
I've circumstances and quality of language exchange where you well, where you you need to like him together like the fact is that this is like the half way point life expectancy right: you go back, couple, few seven, eight nine decades in life expectancy, was more shorter, so you had to get your shit together a lot earlier. This is this is just a result of the fact that we live in relative luxury. In historic terms, this is a girl, it's kind of a great thing being able to able to push off children until later in life because of the technology is it allows you to like, sir, the biological clock that everybody was racing against back in the day now, you're still gonna die but you're living alone, soil like one life expectancy, was sixty, like you, probably at every should, together no later than like twenty, five or thirty, because As everybody knows, the last ten years, your life at this rate, not the best
I think it's real depressing. Real aid is depressing running down. I mean forty is used to be called the hill right, it's all download from their Goldfarb. I mean I'm still feeling from Harrison Notification that I'm gonna die right. I accept that Half of what regulator Ginsburg faces the same issue. I don't worry, I won't be going. Does while you're not gonna, put her on the iron long. Look there they're going to keep her. Gonna be machines Europe now than ever in a wait till the nights are key to get that one right, they're going to say like as long as there's a you know, electric current in the body. You know the seats filled. You know they admitted that argument is already prepared at next about half of adult food. Allergy claims are even true. According to science, the near press reports by as many as twenty percent of american adults believe they're allergic to one food or another, and Northwestern University study found a survey of forty thousand Americans.
Only one in ten were actually allergic to anything. The most common allergy was shellfish. Others include milk, peanuts tree nuts, fish eggs. Wheat science has me seeds Harrison. You have a much more serious allergy you are allergic to the lids get sends you are all those empty are, but I do you start breaking out: hives. Alright, it's like a tolerable annoyance, it's not something that actually incapacitates me or something that I mean that that allows me to not only already, just a little bit like that, each behind my neck and it's like ok, I gotta step my game already has the antidote to your allergies. The tears of the it's on you when you, when you are only they cry and that Few of us excellent point, I was dropped through your forum in my coffee every morning and that's how difficult the immunity but
they always allergies are scams, and everyone knows is because this is what happens when people dont have a whole lot to do in their life. They have nothing to do sit around and under road. They wonder why their life sucks in its like. Ok, I've got a little bit of atomic today will, instead of like just like put your head down for example, pouring through the rest, the daylight Hillary Clinton passed out and almost died, because she had a stroke and take out the sixteenth lost. Oh. Yeah and lost achievements are dragging her. Life was thought, I'd neighbours that is going on Twitter. If we get, I watched it. Another tat I love it is never green is sending industry, but it's just this vision of what people got like this is like the web. Andy phenomenon, were you just start googling well, what's wrong with me and you can be led down, incur incredible rather Google, and then you think you're like allergic to raspberries or something. Ok. Well, here's the fact. Ok, unless it results in immediate, I'll diarrhoea, hives vomiting.
Or ass, lacked a shock you're, not allergic to that fact that be a lesson to you: lose tossing medical topics, the heron and the eggs is official man face more discrimination than women once again, according to science, a worldwide study assess the forms of hardship and discrimination facing men, and women revealed males, have it harder and ninety one countries out of a hundred thirty four men have the worst. In the Uk- the- U S and Australia where they are more likely to face harsher punishments for the same crime, have compulsory military service and more likely to die on the job than women Goldfarb the war on men, Israel, compensatory millet, we service in the UK, the? U S and Australia around, I'm I'm very confused. Well, they said it was. I guess the men have hit hardest in the UK, but maybe one of the metrics was compulsory military service which they dont have in the UK or the United States yeah. I out
click around on these british tabloid websites and they have this fantastic crimes. In the end mobile and a guy who did it always ends up, would like eighty months. So I dont you know where that bans acted. The sentencing in Europe like there's everything gets off, would like a slap on the wrist. You know this country, you like blow a red light. You spent three years and in the new federal pan, or that this, because Europe follows Van Joneses policies when it comes to incarceration and punishment added others like ten years over their command, but we're on man, someone blood. Finally, someone has talked about it. You guys are really aren't. I feel sorry for all of you, whilst bookshop Carlson's been talking about this lot in his showing in its it. Something had stirred a lotta conversation on twitter, and this is the national conversation that I think a lot of us. Having clamouring for throughout this, entirety of me to movement. I mean it's about time, men step up and take what's theirs
Actually, I don't know Prima knocked out until the pursuit of happiness. Ok, the factory the lives have dominated the cultural conversation for the past seventy five years and they have done you did the male right to the pursuing of happiness, and I am glad that people are finally talking about it I am glad that the scientific analysis is out there ranking the countries, and so I think that we have, Progress to make counted? Ass well, grounded this study. I forget, yeah and where did it? Where did you get the article daily mail? So its bulk thing, I totally believe, is what we have to have goals as well as a society. We need proper goals of progress and I am I'm about equal, equal playing field. Ok, I just to level the playing field, everybody, how have you ever in life expectancy and all that stuff? That's all that's! What was the sum?
saying why women we rightly American Academy of Psychiatric Research or some one associated usually Sonia? They just came out with instructions on therapists on how to deal with masculinity likely. That was a protest surprise. Because masculinity Alban, tired, so that there is definitely some real french email bias and our culture. We made the wonderful point, the like everybody in society. Now it's like you know you should just be yourself and tell your truth, except for many men needed shut up and No, I don't know what they want from us, but were not happy with us. Unfortunately, the half the time we have four days additional right writer. I'd like to give special thanks are producer before. Oh, no, eighteen, forty, there is, of course everything he guessed map he got. Many earn Harrison might go far and seventy Merrick Raiment.
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