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the house, judiciary, domestic terrorism, hearing chaired by Jackson Lee.
claims that, over the last four years, the rise of domestic terrorism
has just gone off the charts specifically
Violence from white supremacist wow,
it has over the last ten years, seventy five percent of the murders,
salting from domestic terrorism, where results of right wing extremists
wow you couldn't
simply be an issue with the categorization of these murders. Could there you, when you don't call gang killings, for example, terrorism, which again
wouldn't necessarily think it is, but light
You can eliminate a law
of murders by the way you categorize
these things as yeah. Well, you knew you had workplace incidents. We had disgruntled employees, rights
not a terrorist, not terrorism. They were never terror, re might say Allah bar as their walk in through the place, but that just because they fit you know, maybe have letters. You know writers pairs was I'm doing this. For you know, Osama Bin Laden, nor owl, Kate or you know the caliphate, but who's to say would allocate a mean staring. It could actually anything, maybe a guy named owl
she then went on to say there are no good. There are not good people on both sides know there are not good people on both sides
the other are. She then accused don't drop of inciting the riot on January six. She said that right,
wing. Extremist and white supremacist are the main cause the main cause now of domestic terrorism.
Ranking member said that he was a little afraid that maybe, as colleagues might just focus on domestic terror, that age,
Cherry pick from the right by
I you know he's here,
somebody, who's been harassed and beaten by
Antigua Blah, blah blah blah blah. We all know how crazy that is to bring that up.
then Mr Nator stood up
it was car, it kind of hard for him to do, but he stood up and he pulled his pants up to his nipples
Jerry network of who claim that tat. Most of this hate is due to religion
is due to religion? And you know I
think when we're talking about domestic terrorism, that's probably true, but
that religion would probably be Islam just or did I say that out loud
when it comes to domestic terror.
And numbers of people killed?
Would say that it would probably be Islam,
how a distortion of Islam Shore
the really scary part of Islam, yeah
I know a lot of money. I'm not even gonna say this. Forget it there
good people on both sides
he. Mr Mr Jordan, beyond
also stood up, and he said that he was sir. He was upset that
Democrats, rolling, focusing on one side
at violence? Should
he condemned whether its in DC or in Portland, ah, but then
then wait. Henderson came in,
He was a first witness he's the CEO of leadership conference on civil and human rights, and ah he had
or points to make, and I think he sealed the deal here. He said the Congress must pass the
Strict terrorism prevention act you
look that one up still the demand
stick terrorism, prevention act more
sounds like something I for I dont want d
stick terrorism right! I would like to prevent it right and I think we should write it all work at all works at all as terrorism argue for domestic. Are you a domestic there? No, I don't want it, and why is your audience that devastated the acts of terrorism? Nine should act. You want to prevent terrorism or not, MR
supremacy supremacist Congo
must identify ways to find and eliminate white supremacy in the police department.
I'm for that
but I'm not for these people doing it. When I say these people, I think we know exactly my meaning. Here's who I mean the
elite white leftist
liberals and who are
think they know better than anybody else is specially minorities. That's who I mean
We have to have to find ways to eliminate white supremacy in the police department. Let me take up. There lived in Louisville Kentucky and I remember one of them
These days I I was living there. I was watching the local news. This is back in the eighties,
and I was watching the local news and I'm you know I grew up,
in Seattle, though
at the time. The worst thing that was happening in Seattle was
their cloudy day. I mean we didn't have these issues like
rest of the country. I don't think we ever had the clan. At least I wasn't aware of it.
the issues were more about indigenous people, and you know yadda yadda, but still it was not that big of a deal least one
I was growing up
so I move and do you know my sister
tell you that story about my sister when I buy by took her too
a part of town Little ITALY in in New Haven Connecticut. Did I tell you the story? My
Mr Collado she's, the oldest and not necessarily the wisest. She grew up. You know obviously like me, and we
ever met anybody in the mob. We didn't know people who knew people in the mob. We didn't think the mob Unilever. The mob was a joke. You know domain them for us growing up. It
Watch movies and you'd see anybody like ok. What my!
The shattered and watch those movies, or she just thought they were just all made up right.
and I'm living in in New haven and we're going to this restaurant. It was a really good restaurant, but it was owned by one of the mob bosses
and in I've always Haven say how name, but rather those had a restaurant. I love him. I love him. They were wrong if you only real if he was if the mob existed, which it doesn't. I love it anyway. I said to her. I said this guy is so stereotypical and
I said no.
say anything but he's
one of the king pins here in them
and so with
Guy comes, and you know it. I've played nice with M o H, Yale, gray, restaurant. I love it. I loved no come my dear
and he would come to the table and he came and he this time he sat down. I said this: my sister Clodagh,
and he sat down at the table-
and these said Borg and so were
And she's had twenty glasses of wine and changes thinks he's charming and she said
can I tell you something and all those that I break out under sweat, not like your God, what
she gonna, say and she's.
I tell you
brother, so stupid. Oh no, I swear to God now she said she said you're in the mob
and I was I got this guy's turning to me and looked at me and I just went
and he's got started to laugh your brother is such he's such a.
he's such a huge areas of me. I mean look so that's the kind of world I grew up in
you're, tired slashed anymore. I got no, but I lay left the restaurants and what the hell just like the mob might have happened around Al Capone. It doesn't have any more alike.
child of my town out of the town
so anyway. I was even talking about this over time,
though, the White supremacy earlier terrorism, we have moved a global Kentucky in the eighties and why?
the first news stories, was about the cops and
how these two cops had their clan robes? In the
Frank of their squad car, never a good, very good ideas not way now. You know you Aigrettes today, so wrinkled and Greece. If some tool
I mean just bully relied. I remember watching it thinking. Oh my god
I can't believe that still is a thing, and now I live in us,
city, where the cops are in
often the clan and
immediate. I was probably twenty two
twenty three years old and I immediately realize
This is real and I understand why black people are
a little nervous about opening the door for a cop. I got it immediately, so
I am all for. Let's stop the clan there's no people who
supremacy in the police force, I mean I gained amethyst, I mean I've.
Don't, say that grand dragon would probably ok without right and let's look at it as a percentage of the popular yes universally you're in around two zero I promise erect correct. Then he said Congress must pass legislation and appropriate to enhance the federal responds to hate crimes. Specifically so
adding white supremacist and they have to pass H our forty giving african Americans reparations now. Here's the thing I just
I want you to understand why reparations is going to go through this time in some form or another
unless you stand up,
This is nothing about slavery, anymore. It's not about slavery.
You know cause the argument used to be who's. Gonna, get it
How are you going to trace the you know? Who
The money who doesn't get them it doesn't matter anymore, because why
People are oppressive, so
if your white, you don't get it. You pay if you're
anything other than white. You will get it you're, not gonna, go
give it to african Americans, because whites are all
also kept every other race down by this oppressive system, so
It's no longer don't don't try to use logic with any of these things. You can't argue logic anymore,.
Because this has nothing to do with anything other than the premise that you
universally accept white p.
All are racist and have oppressed all other races there. The problem so vague.
caused all these problems gained
all this wealth by
It's time for them to have their wealth taken and given to any.
They ve oppressed. I agree
The premise that that logic has nothing to do with us, but cow, can
new constitutionally do this of you can't
can't what you pale just say. I think people with this color skin should get X, Y and Z no
there is a reason we amended the constitution, so things like that couldn't happen gap, but that is again. You can't use logic. We're too,
anti racism and aunt
Racism is different than be
anti racism according to its own creed, must discriminate
discriminate against you? I people right. You must be racist against white people and why
People are the only ones that can be racist, so you must
understand that they are racist and the only way to recruit repair. This is to punish them, but
How could you do this like? We would say what,
peep, if you happen to be a minority, come get your money
How will they just know it all through programmes they will join?
first, a lot money too
programmes and that own eyes, and by the time, the dollar, and I think, the time that this happens, it's going to happen in one of two ways and I'll explain you give me one minute I'll tell you the reminds one of two ways should,
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Ok, two ways reparations are going to happen in this country, because elections have consequences, so the
the way they want it to happen
that eighty will be a direct transfer of wealth that you'll take money,
from high income. You know,
people just raise taxes like crazy. You take money from Glenn back and give it to black people, Glenn back as oppressed, correct. They will. What
he'll do: is they will that the way they would like to do it?
to have categories of people
so everybody will pay a very high tax, but you will be exempt from it. If you check this box, this box in this box guy, so
you're gonna be receiving the money. If you check certain box, I don't know how gay I don't even close to guide on either here,
the way I think it is going to happen.
It's going to happen through programmes now
so they will just start taxing everybody.
Really high, especially if you make over a certain amount of money and remember if you know you proud
Thirdly, a race Strader anyway, if you're making a lot of money,
and so you will be able to check boxes as well.
If you are in an upper category, you may get some
benefits from it, but
will generally be through programmes, and
its it'll be like the the great society.
was all supposed to help where we ve spent twenty three trillion dollars on,
rate society, since L B, J put that into effect twenty three trillion dollars.
The of the black community is not doing better. Stewing
worse, because there
dismantled that community and those families they were, they were
Entrepreneurs they were
had seen more stable marriages than white people. Did I mean that
a growing thriving community that just needed a chance. You know
when they had stable families and they were entrepreneurs under
the kind of discrimination that they had in the fifties. Why, once that discrimination is supposedly taken away, and
The great society starts. How did that break up families and destroy things? I
I contend because it was intended to
and so will this, but it is.
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This is the Glen Back Programme, please to have a very rare appearance on this programme, Congressmen Dan Crenshaw Dan. How are you, sir,
I don't know where they showed me. I don't have to be rare, and I we can. We can do more than I do that it will be hard to get the schedule right. Jake, I'm not I'm not in place,
anything I'm just grateful that you're, IRAN, it is rare to have yawned, and I really a priest.
x. I want to talk to you almost every day, because your what
the guys who, I think, really gets it
and and is standing for the things that we need to stand for and there
very few people laughed that I think people on the
I trust and you're one of them. So damn let me
a couple of questions? I want to get into Texas here in a second but there's,
to my mind, that I think you're uniquely qualified to talk about what
is this story from military dot com? Today the Navy is making all sailors reaffirmed the oath to the constitution in the
stream ism stand down.
I find this incredibly insulting.
and you comment on this.
I don't care about that. That's my story by some it concerning la guy
on the one hand, I love her sailors and Marines and and soldiers to reaffirm their up with the constitution every morning. I agree that includes their allegiance is well. Why not? Yet, by this pretence, is concerned
and it is clearly it so obviously and clearly politically motivated Atlanta. What's what's the for the yours,
They are aware that the bag,
The second, I think the premises of this is that well
we had a lot of veterans on January, search at the capitol right. That's the premise of all this nonsense, unprotected
mathematically, that's that's not a good indication of where attitude in military standard or whereby direct and more broadly right, just because a lot of things
Oh here does not mean that a large proportion of
people are indeed extremists or bad erect and and away. I think I thought we were against that caught a profile it right now
but I was against the very liberal values that supposedly the left, therefore, by
You know very well left it. That liberal left is very,
Tyler Broad, and I think it was MR gotta stay- that more up here S. Where did they have become genuinely authoritarian, progressive ism,
Martin shaken liberalism is a bigger
between and Alan Dershowitz, liberal and democratic Party progressive, are totally different, totally different,
One other question, because I dont understand this Democrats
ass Biden to surrender the keys on the nuclear launches. What they're doing is they're trying to take away the president's sole authority to launch
nuclear weapons because they say it could just happen too fast and they
want him to be forced into some sort of a committee
before anything is launched, so he wouldn't have the the nuclear football keys. It would be with a committee.
What the hell is, that extra
concerning famine in it.
My point of view your point of Yorkshire at its heart. It is hard to actually, if that's what you trust last by the new cap in attendance, is very well or a crazy Democrat Party, but
But in the end it up, it is pretty obvious what they're doing an ethical to lay the groundwork for this even before one took office talking about
invoking the twenty Third Amendment NOS pretty obvious. You haven't even talking about tromp, so I think they
obviously no. That is cognitive issues. But
the Good NEWS for America's, but by bided demeanor and in
This position is not to go to launch nuclear Bio.
Also a lot of things about the guy, but I don't think that's what his plan is not insist that this field a little bit disingenuous, and I also feel like I mean if he woke up one day and he was
suddenly temporarily insane, and he said, let's launched the missiles there's thereof,
people and systems in place to stop that madness array?
Let me doesn't have it allows bad are added value from pressure
I do not see how right it is. Not. My group supports the wrong, but my mandate, the I want more coke button
all right, let's
talk a little bit about what happened in Texas cuz. It is
it's insane on. What's being said about the Texas
red and Texas, not being green, etc, etc. Part of the
problem is. Is it we are
green. We leave the country in wind power now right
this is a complex phenomena distort as much as possible.
The concern is the right off the bat
jumping on the means, which is why what what went down upon what we put up all these pictures of frozen wind turbines, because its body by that that does not exactly why.
But the great went down until it gave the left an opportunity to build a strong man argument against the right mistake, but
really what happened in their their sort of correct, but we did happen over time,
I'm a huge over investment in renewable energy and a huge under investment in base load power bases power means things that can turn on quick and and
power the grid reliably and those things is only three of them call nuclear and gas correct in Texas. We,
have we have under invested in called dramatically raw tobacco plants have been replaced by natural gas because it's cheaper than this is generally
had driven nuclear, is expensive,
I wish there was more of it, because it is the only carbon free energy that is reliable, Bulgaria, but for nuclear plants in taxes, and we have
don't make any new gas plants either. Although new gas plants are generally replacing call plant, though it had, massive population increases in tax twenty job, but still the best placed to let right. So
when you don't have enough base load power, you're not investing enough in it. Your lesson
Tommy renewable energy because it makes you feel, go to mix feel green, but
that renewable energy never works, never works. What
he did the mouse. It certainly doesn't
but one there's no well certainly doesn't work wonders now shine and an extreme weather that that tends to be the case, so
you know when they go down dramatically remain at its best when can provide quite a bit of energy, for the tax is great, but that's at its best, and you can rely on the right track
it is building the strongman argument say no, no, no, it's fossil fuels that fail and the question you have to ask them back is compared to what
compared to what compared to renewables concerned
was wont, work or that just a fact they don't work.
Good weather, sometimes what'll, here that these that the there their own selling them from their own documents. We
provide a forty percent capacity,
at any given time at most it just averages out the wind stops, and so all of the energy that is being produced stops. So
By their own estimates, its forty percent reliable for capacity-
in practice is much less. You no doubt on average is extremely still very high, but eighty percent of average cost in terms of Europe Lira per cent and enough.
Like what you desire and energy grid? You have the plan for what is a hundred per cent
I'm gonna give him back right, then you also have to then you also to plan for what is a hundred. Fifty percent look like like if the whole state freezes, because it
once in a century free erect in that way. So
but we need to live under fifty percent more and over time because we haven't invested in fossil fuels because-
green energy such as they get it, I'm not against solar and wet, but when you, but it is pretty obvious from a policy perspective that if
listen to much of the Democrats and take too many notes from them.
Thank you, but he knows from California and you over invested these things and you federally
subsidizing and use the other thing that people and about taxes we do fire
eyes electrons coming for when the window it gives to make a profit, the gas doesn't look
certainly doesn't nuclear often operate at a loss.
I think we do in fact which maybe we should look at. Is we don't miss? Keeps our prices lower, but will we don't do is take a capacity fee to plant?
that can generate capacity immediately on the man to all the other states.
that we don't do that in fact, is to keep their prices lower, but it also might discourage investment from these base load capacity. Part which again, that the left loved, but it's not good policy.
So so so so. Take me here because I think the problem is exactly the problem. We went through in two thousand eight with the banks. They there
was a policy. They wanted everybody to own houses, so the feds made it easy for loans to be had that shouldn't have been taken out and they
were pushing a policy, and so everybody indulged in that it broke. This is the same thing. That's happening in Texas, the leave federal subsidies for we
power, make. It
much more economical to build those and sole thee,
The people who were you know, building and in this industry there, like. I, you get all this free money from the government for doing this. Much is build this.
Mean isn't the substantive wrote a big problem,
there is a middle like these subsidies, you know one one response, Republicans ever say: ok, but at least we make these subsidies
technology neutral so that they can at least get a nuclear. You know it is a simplistic warrior: solar get tuner fifty times more subsidies than nuclear does when it gets about a hundred sixty times more subsidies than nuclear does. This makes no sat. Look I'm very pro nuclear
to venture, but but but if, but if working, if we're gonna believe that we actually have to reduce emissions rapidly and why they against nuclear radiation quest
their intent nor motivations, because it makes you think it's really not about the carbon reduction, because you
about private or not should you be,
Your number one goal should be to export it much clean natural gas as possible to dirty cop.
in countries like China and India and you'd be investing in nuclear? We wouldn't have
but a ninety trillion dollar for a price tag on it, because we would we would be able to build its scale, Ruby
to invest in american nuclear. We could build nuclear around the world that could be said of China and Russia doing it and by the way that media will gain a foothold into nuclear capabilities in developing countries. It is really not a good thing, but it is a national security aspects of this problem in the centre.
America wants you be controlling them
Nuclear energy around the world is a clean energy aspect,
This is a reliability. Aspects are best you're, never gonna get rid of fossil fuels, but call
look where these are the most reliable
four things and really really bad weather. If I live in, other states still have call now can escape that, and I think that the lesson from taxes is Theirs Devil
feeling to how much renewables you can have on the bread is not necessarily true
if you just keep building more wind it it's the terrible for the grid.
But it is true that if you also simultaneously under investment, they float power. So do the floor to that
whose afford to that must obviously to renewables if building or nobody just becomes a waste of money. At a certain point,.
We're talking who congressmen Dan Crenshaw. You are in Congress, so you see what's what's coming our way, the
the things the Vine Administration is doing and congresses is proposing, with green the green new deal, etc, etc
this is this- is all
about changing every aspect of our life. It's all about control and power.
and I don't mean that in the electricity sort of way,
and it is it's terrifying when you look into the way that corporations are now starting to incorporate what are called E s jeez
environmental, social, justice and governmental standards, which
are a little terrifying when you understand the scope of what that means to the average person elastic inherited it by ethical, the quickest way to by all this down as theirs. Is it
quite indifferent disposition on the left and the right
the boy all of our policy differences down through the psychological disposition and on the left that this position is this. We want to change. The nature of men
and we believe we can. We believe we can use by the forces of government and the forces of institutions to fundamentally change you
and I will be looking for you for that revolution, no matter what were not really sure that revolution, girls did before it off all the part, because utopian ISM is well. That leads nowhere.
I mean it literally leads nowhere in Greek, because the category
Can you tell yourself trying to get them
the right of the different disposition. A far more humble disposition, that's what this is about. The best we can do with governance,
that you cannot change the nature of man, but you can provide a good system and structural incentives and disincentives to get the best outcome
right so that the letter that a fundamental difference, but that does not change some other people- are born that way
These were all of this month and comes from. You know right and are always looking for ways to do. Just ordered were always trying to point out to people like. I noticed, feels good and others feel like their promising utopia, but would promise you that the debt
the road to get him out of the house was tabled,
thanks for the lift, this turned out to be true, every single time
because another indication of that
and I want you to know. I will be making a call today and we are probably gonna hate that I say this, but we make
call the day after the programme for the very first time since last week?
A name has come to me that I need to pass on to permit a radio networks on a replacement for rush Linda. I think you
Replace rustling by that answer was so clear
explaining a very complex thing I this
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And that I am not certain about anything I
Certain about the make up of God, I'm not certain about anything, I'm open
to any possibility
That is an important place to be.
Because, if you hold fast to where you have been
You will not be able to move to the next place.
and the country and the world
already moved to the next place. If you
long time listener this program. You know that back in two thousand and nine or ten
I still have had a very
evening meeting one of my lead guys on my staff
had a meeting with the lead guy from George Soros, and it
very disturbing. It was a threat,
you will stop doing these things because my client,
feels that there being hurt by it. I dont
think you understand, you will stop doing these things now
last thing that was said at that meeting
was I don't
thank you really understand. The ship has already sailed and your
either on it or you are not.
get on the ship.
To which my
Representative said you can
Mr Soros. I'm
pretty sure even without asking,
my boss doesn't want to be on that ship and
is not going to get onto that ship.
This ship has already sailed
I believe it sailed around the time that I was being told it was may be still being loaded, but it is deep deeply
pass. The channel it is in
Deep ocean waters now
and you have to understand the work
old, you live in
not the world you have been in before. Let me start here.
I have said for a long time that one of the big pressures- that's pushing all of this-
and we never talk about it- is the
turmoil that is coming from
an information revolution.
We are in both of those revolutions right now, so take them
industrial revolution which took from the cotton gin where
You didn't need manual labor to.
suggest even say just thee,
the plants that built world war, two.
And built all the armaments that was a hundred years,
guy that was a hundred years of going from farming and doing
all by horse and hand too,
industrial revolution which were were building aeroplanes that didn't even they didn't exist. Electricity
didn't exist with the cottage in all
Those changes indoor plumbing
running water toy.
it's it's just I keep focusing on. You know the indoor plumbing, because it was a pretty big deal to all
mobiles to airplane,
to living in cities,
working in factories- all of that.
Happened in a hundred years, one
for years now
it seems like a
a very short period of time. If you're looking at that on the stance of humanity,
but that was really rapid. There was a big change.
In the middle of that we had a civil war and peace
Thirdly, because that.
Old way was dying. It was out.
there was no place for two go most people, don't know that
northern states, the
New England States at the time of the signing of the declaration of independence, anything up north, they pay
asked a they passed laws against slavery. You
years before the
nodded states government passed.
The states did it themselves. In fact
If those states were a country, they would be
the entire world to the abolition of slavery. No one did it before the northern states did in the United States of America. No one did we were first.
Option of the south and the
Health was focused on money. They were folk
on industry. They were made
Seeing all of the cotton for the world. It was us, Egypt, India, that it we
needed that slave power, they would say because
air, producing these products and it can't be produced by just a farm. We
have to have slaves. Do the labour wrong there
wrong now got it.
Conjured comes in
that whole way of life is now threatened.
Wait a minute. Wait, a minute, wait, a minute that man,
you can do what all those people can do. Yeah. Well, ok,
release. You can't release, that's it,
of life, and you also have to reject Now-
yourself and say,
ah, I guess he's people aren't inferior. I was just using them for cheap labour and I'm gonna do that. You have
You have generations of your family and of your state
Your area say
that this is wrong. We're not doing it for money. We're we're due
is because their inferior.
so where's this in.
Stir revolution, starts to kick in you
that conflict, because their way of life is going away there
that is what is happening now in the law,
if he wants you to believe that its because white supremacist,
feel that their supremacy
going away. That's not true!.
The entire world is going through? I should say the tyre western world is
going through a period of time right now, where we are being told
If you're in Sweden, you don't have a worthy culture has should do. Yes, you do
and so do people in Ethiopia, they have.
A worthy culture not all of it, but
they have a way of life that they have lived. I go to any place and say
Your culture is in good, that's called colonialism your
culture is in good, so I'm going to destroy your culture and impose
this culture on you as a people, that's what
bull are feeling
their feeling reverse colonialism. If you will you
being told your culture isn't good. It's all bad
you're, trying to destroy it, will that's happening.
everywhere in the western world.
The real rob isn't cultural.
The underlying rob is that
you can no longer control and heard people
There are two very big industries that are being disrupted, that people only
Look at one of them as an industry, but you
You have to realize they
both industries, one
of them. Is the media.
has done everything to
hell all the news that fit to print teach me
bull what's right, what's wrong shape the country,
by what we report and what we don't report.
That was a very regal job and a job
maybe in the eighteen, hundreds or the early nineteen hundreds before they started apologizing for
learn Mussolini and Stalin.
Maybe they did a good job, I don't know, but people trusted them.
They were the authority in news.
All of that is being disrupted. The Washington post.
Its being disrupted.
And its being destroyed.
There's a second industry that is being destroyed.
And these two industries are linking together with a
third one, and it is what is,
truly going on. It is the future of the world. Unless you
And together, all
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We have lost faith in everything.
By saying that,
Donald Trump Card,
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You go to Amazon because it works and it works better.
Than anything else, and it is
the future of the way
You are going to be buying things.
And we know it not because of graft or anything else, not because of a deal they brokered with the government, but because they built a great company that doesn't work
work like things had been working since
the days of the mercantile things have changed.
we don't have trading posts, we don't have
we are losing the mall, ok normal,
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as much as the mall did it
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When you have oh,
a huge change in the world which is normal. It's
pressed in about a ten year period, not a hundred or plus years in a row.
a ten year period
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Crazy Tom that lives on your street and they all
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Straw describe the new world that you're living in and what
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I want to explain the world that you're living in not the world that we think we're living in, because the changes have already happened and the things we have to stop saying. I can't believe that
the reason why we're saying that is because we
we're living in a world that was operating the way it use to it's. Not so,
stop being shocked by things stopping pissed off by things and instead
and start to look at things as they really are, because if we look at it and as the we as they really are, we can lodge
We deal with it.
And we can also stop it and stop playing the game. There were two.
Industries? I told you about media.
in government that are losing their power,
but there are other industries that have lost their credibility.
there is for
pretty much all big business. When we say when people say I trust business, they don't mean big business no mean g. They me
the business down the street, the people that they think are more like them because they know them
press, the business people in your own town, but if I
you do you trust. Do you trust your local locally run? Not connect.
You did all with any other big bank. Do you trust that bank
some people would say yeah,
if you explained to them there completely disconnected from anybody else's, is a locally owned and operated bank. Yes, I trust them. Do you trust?
do you trust, Citibank, Bank of America, dope
these industries are in trouble.
There are in trouble with trust because of something
I told you what happened a few years ago, which would be they begin
of the research too. I called it the new world order that too
asked implosion when,
people no longer trust well.
I trust the media, we don't trust government. We don't now trust the government's doctors. We don't.
crossed their prevention
some people don't even trust their vaccines and echoes two ways. Don't tell me that I have to trust the vaccine. When you
hold me. If Donald Trump was in charge, you wouldn't trusted you wouldn't take it so
tell me that I'm some kind of denier. I was scared.
Go of it when Donald Trump was in office, I'm sorry
Critical of it now it seems
To be working,
That's good, ok, but don't write it,
jam it down my throat because
the more you try to jam something down people's throat, the more they push back,
all right and you certainly I mean I've- had I've had to
a scope down into my lungs once you haven't, lived in
tell you ve done that Holy
How it's worse than you think is the only
actors ever said to me: this is
really going to say,
your whole body on fire- and you will do everything
make this stop, and you
be able to control it. I'm just telling you
we're. Gonna hold you down.
And you just focus on this person's eyes and listen to what they're saying
it was the longest thirty seconds of my life, because some foreign object is in your lungs and
your body says no, no, no! No! No! No! No!.
And you fight against it. What did they do?
he was there. It's almost over it's almost over relax. I'm just counting were at fifteen seconds, you're almost done where it twenty seconds. You have ten seconds left. Five four calming
if your jamming something down my throat and you're, saying and you're a bad person- and you know what this might last Lari might be worse than you think I might leave it in their longer. You're, not gonna,
you're going to fight
gonna fight and that's what big everything is doing
they are doing all of the things not to calm you down there doing all the things to push every button you have in you.
so why? Why would
They do that
Firstly, to understand people have
I've, been to a local zoning board, meeting and
I too, you know
of a friend who tried to question a school
teeny neighbourhood. All
trees. Note two story: houses, nothing,
just a small little neighbourhood and they
small little elementary school and they,
better, it's cool had a lot of land.
So they decided they're gonna build a new elementary school.
while this thing is like two or three story stall it completely,
lately decimate this neighborhood widen.
you just make a bigger one introduced, add on to the school,
It would have fit on the property. Would be fine. Why
you doing that because they can.
Because they can
If you ve ever been to a local school board or you ve ever been to a city council meeting or a zoning board, and you disagree with them, how do they treat you? They treat you like garbage because
People get a little bit of power and they like to wield it.
Magic. What it feels like to have a lot of power
Imagine what people are willing to do when they think that power is going away, will
How's it going away. Why
going away because of
stream mists. No
most of it is going away because of technology because
as we now can speak to one another in
continuously, and it's not just speaking. I can see
the pictures I dont need
Walter Cronkite, to talk to me about what
was happening in Tiananmen Square
I saw it on television, but they still had to carry it or it didn't happen. Now,
I can see what's happening in Hong Kong, and I question: why
They covering this.
I can see what's happening on the streets with Anti fa or at the capital and wonder why
you aren't they covering this or why are they covering it? This way? Because
I have information that I
ever had before.
when you have information
formation is power. Knowledge
If you have knowledge to, please don't talk to me about
the labour labour unions are doing to our schoolchildren. Please
there's a million reasons, that's going on, none of them are good for the children. None of them are good for children
don't try to hide behind my children, and I do believe,
that there is some some there.
Actually, Europe at the top. That believe that you know what okay so we're.
we're setting people back,
we're setting these kids there's a fork. I think it's a four percent increase
of those who will not who will drop out of school? Just
because of the covert thing and
It's the least of our worries, four percent, Likud suicides.
I think there are some that think. You know what it's gonna be good, because
They can't think already now,
his power? Information is power.
So. You have media that has had
give up their power. Wait a minute I'll tell you what's important,
don't tell me.
that's being challenge. Government
is being challenged. Wait a minute. I can see what you said and now I can see crystal clear in,
real time what you just voted on, what you just did
who you're hanging out with what you actually do,
and that's not in the right direction. We,
We know it now because we
And we see it now.
in words. We see it in pictures, there's nothing more powerful than a picture.
Or the spoken word. When the speaker.
knows exactly what words to choose pictures appeal to everyone.
pictures led to revolution,
the industrial revolution.
Well, it was revolutionary
they didn't entail a revolution.
but it should have.
usually when the world goes through a revolution like this
have things like that.
european Spring, which was
caused by Karl Marx, the birth.
of the labor unions and the birth of communism because
the industrial revolution they wanted revolution,
they saw it as the opportunity to overthrow everything that stood in their way.
The same thing, is happening right now.
corporations. Where did they get
their credibility. They get their credibility from you,
Well, not really, they used to get it from advertising in the media.
But that's not what gives them credibility and more and in fact, the more we learn about corporations, the less we like about them, because
we find out there in bed corrupts
roughly so with government therein trouble
They need somebody to be
well to cap you to stop
you from communicating stop you from putting picture.
ideas up or saying things because it's not
just about you saying them. It's
you hitting critical mass and being able to change the world? One man can change the world
believe that they don't they.
I believe that you can change the world by yourself.
And they think that, because
they ve been powered you to connect with other people. Oh my gosh. What have we done? We give
the power of information to people they can research themselves and they
have as much power as I do the New York Times. I said this
probably ten years ago, when I got into this, I had a work really hard to get.
his position to be.
To gain an audience doesn't come with an audience you
grow, the audience
I have said that to you and you wouldn't have ever understood necessarily what that meant,
you do now because my audience for the four,
time in human history, the audience
has an audience.
How many people are addicted to the the like button?
many. How many retweet did it get your addicted? To that
There is no difference between that and somebody who is sold their sole for
money or fame,
will do anything to get that movie role
or do anything to keep their job in media.
Everybody selling their sole for life.
x, ray tweets.
That's the downside, but the
outside to them,
that who allowed you to speak.
There's nobody saying who made you judge and jury on what is here
Speech and who needs to be silenced, nobody saying that
who made you king,
Instead, there saying to you
who gave you the right to say that
who gave you the right to disagree, why.
Because it benefits all of them in the end I am,
me about a quarter through this. We're gonna have to pick this up, but.
understand the world
last night, on my tv show I started to outline. I began a chalkboard last night that is going to end up, I think, being one of the the best and most important chalkboards, but you're going to have
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long. I started it last night. I only added one little dot on this enormous chalkboard, but
You will understand
the world, is working once you start to see it differently.
There are pressures that want control and its government, and
corrupt capitalism and corporations the way.
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this is the Glen Back Programme. I want to give you the name of the book, a book that came out a couple of years ago, that I think it's one, that you would you
appreciate, and it would help you understand. The world were living in now. It's the revolt of the public and the crisis of authority,
is its white
yet now it came out in twenty fifteen or twenty sixteen I'm pretty.
You're, the guy is liberal, but
it is its describing what we're going through right now and
and why were going through it and it's it's quite brilliant
I highly recommend it again: it's the revolt of the public and the crisis.
of authority. I've, I've never offer
this to any author, but I know my staff is reaching out to him. I think
this book is so important. I would give him an hour.
for five days in a row,
to go through this. I've never offered that anyone before
out. We even agree on politics.
and I wonder if he'd even take me up on that offer but
what he has diagnosed as
a really important problem he's right, he's right and it ends one of two ways. Revolution
You don't got in trouble a couple of weeks ago and I wear it is a badge of honor when I repeated a phrase giving me and told to me by a good friend, Edwin Black, who is one of the greatest historians on the the Holocaust and how corporations merge with governments and- and we talked about what he dubbed the digital ghettos- and I said by silencing people you're doing what the Germans did. Beers is doing, it digitally you're, putting people behind a wall, so they can't be heard
Well, everybody screamed and yelled until I said, oh by the way, I got bad not from crazy Glenn back but from Edwin Black Talk to him silence
get a step further today
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Austria's period that everybody loved from Germany when they
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I want to just tell you who my next guest is by just saying this: he is made appearances on ABC Cnn, CNBC, MSNBC and Fox NEWS. His work,
has appeared in the New York Times the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal
and his research has been cited by two: U S Supreme Court justices into Supreme.
He received his bachelor degree from Princeton and is doctoral degree from the university of Notice, Diet Notre Dame
yeah, that's the problem, I guess he's a religious zealot. Everything else was going fine. Until that Catholic University was introduced.
he is the author of the book. When Harry became Sally, it came.
a few years ago and was controversial at the time and then
Amazon has just dropped it. They will no longer sell it because they have deemed it. I hate book and they said
had. They are going to start calling through their libraries to see and make sure
Are there not selling books of hate? The author
of one Harry became Sally Ryan Anderson, hello, Ryan, how're. You doing well thanks for having the odds,
so. First of all, when did you find out? Your book was being burned by Amazon,
Sunday afternoon. Someone who was trying to buy the book reach out to me. It was like
It's no longer an Amazon, but later
talking about like it's been on Amazon for over three years now inside you pull up my Amazon appetite,
smartphone and it's not there and the Kindle books, not there the hard
not there. The paper back that bear the need the audio books
No, you can't even get a used copy entirely scrubbed it for
website with no advance notice of pollution
reach out immediately. We only
back from Amazon late Tuesday afternoon and all the other day,
that it violates their content policy. They will tell us what aspect to the content policy. They will tell us which page which sentence you know: where did the book hurt your feeling? That would be nothing? It's a black box,
So what you can do about that, so right now we're we're trying to raise as much publicity about this as possible to get people
where having people contact Amazon
goodness under heart there will undertake the book, probably not
yesterday for senators
Holly and drawn sent a letter
Jackie those asking for an explanation. But beyond that this is you know,
a downside of an entirely unregulated big tech.
Industry where your Amazon put out?
Is it a lot of small independent booksellers? They they gained the giant market Providence had now,
can use their market power in ways that are destructive to readers. Authors, publisher
so Ryan? Did they? If you bought the book on Kindle, did they
pull it from your library, no which
accordingly. Have it very important that you just you just, can no longer go ahead on Kindle right
so the authority, if you ve, already purchased the book, the other not gonna, take it back from you, whether that have yet to happy or an electric company. Yet they have done that in the past.
Wow, I wasn't even aware that yeah, what is the most book million pieces? It was the Oprah book of the year
a million little pieces or something
You said that it was plagiarism on part of it or something like that, but they pull
in the middle of the night, without anybody knowing and it caused real uproar, because that's my book
I paid for that. How can you go into my Kindle app and take something I bade for, and they are the user agreement?
them to do up, and rightly so, be careful. We be careful than they issue refunds
now number at all. Remember I don't think so be it. The user agreements are almost reads like your renting the book.
Where does the that's right? Leagues? We ve talked to an attorney who said that
Guess, law suit class action lawsuit should be
amongst these Reno apple and Kindle, who you
buying these titles from says by now the by now well you're buying the title, but if, if Disney decides to pull that title from the Amazon Library, it did,
appears in your library.
And a lot of that has to do with rights issue. Yet more than than than this sort of thing, which has so far more egregious riah. We your burn
books I mean this is something I thought we all united and that he has a bad idea and I think they're, getting away with a love to hear your take on this. I think they can get away with it Ryan because they don't actually
to stand in the parking lot and make an example of your book and burn it. There's no
there's no visuals of anybody just hitting delete
you're in the battle, be had a great article of how you know Amazon or not what you do a digital book burning add and this amazing when satire
comes reality? I know are, to my mind like this. This suggests that be the consumers
first of all the private business, it can do whatever it. Why that's true to a certain extent, but it's not always
I really would like one bricks and mortar store that wouldn't salad block find there
a bricks and mortar stores that, if all the bricks and mortar store,
got together and said, we're not gonna, sell a book right that looks more like a monopoly
right and if one individual, a seller that has someone told me- and I need a check to see if the sky- to that
But as someone I tweeted out eighty three percent of all: U S book sales or through Amazon. I believe that the case when they drop a title, the impact of that and if a chilling effect
can someone like me, you, I am prominent enough within the conservative world New can book me as a guess. You heard about this. How many authors will have their books cancelled? That none of us wants
here about lawyer how many titles and then for a publisher how many
which is a good thing. We listen even published on that topic. Out of fear that Amazon will then drop.
the title. This has a effect on the entire industry, so
tell me about the book and why it is so controversial what is controversial precisely because it's not a bomb throwing book it, not a hate book it.
a kind of like mild, mannered com, philosophy, science, medicine book, exposing all of the wise that are being
what about gender this, so I haven't read your book, but I talk to somebody who did and they said it's actually a really loving book it did it approaches it
in a way or these be these people are bad. It's not that at all. It's your really compassion,
Currently talking about it. Thank you. I think I strove to do you like it.
it was three and a half years ago that I was finishing the Balkans publish three years ago.
A year was people with gender,
we are gender identity, conflict, they are victims, they are suffering maiden, choose experiences and they're, not faking it, but they are being disturbed by the metal.
for professional community that has bought into awoke idiotic that telling them that Europe had the happiness.
You ready blocking drugs, cross, sex hormones and animal mastectomy, and that's not true
and Artist Stats Delta stats show that after
That's done a very high percentage of people with
disfigure, the fall right back
Depression in and have problems because it it didn't it didn't cure.
what they thought it was gonna cure, that's exactly right and end the book, its chapter and verse of quick note after footnote, after footnote of all of the studies that show that an sense I mean
and the book came up three years ago, since the booking out there have only been more and more studies,
revealing that, and I think that's precisely why it's so threatening to the left.
So here when on the merit they have to shut down the conversation. So what this is,
even more frightening than just book burning, because this isn't
You know that they're pulling from the libraries now to kill a mocking bird
its insanity, its insanity, but this book is also about medicine. This is
Bout clinical studies up about me
mental health- and
you put into your body for physical health and mental health. We can
not come to a place to wear
We can't disagree on something like medicine, remember
medicine not too many years ago, was
drilling holes in people's heads to release
these spirits in their head, because they had a headache. So please
what are we doing this is a medical book. Is it not me let their several chapters about the medicine of this their several chapters about this time
their several chapters of the philosophy and the law is meant to be comprehensive
at an and what I would add that what you just said that the site is conversations I have had have been with parents who placed their children on.
Prospects hormones allowed their children to have surgery because the doctors told them that look, that's what was in the best interests of their child
and then only a couple years later they realize the mistake
by limiting the sale of a book like this,
we're limiting the ability of parents to inform themselves about what actually, in the best interests of their child.
It means how many more children are gonna go through these misguided procedures because they couldn't get all the facts.
you shut down a conversation like this. You do a digital book burning.
real life consequences,
I hate to ask you this, but I have to cause. I haven't read your book.
Is there anything in it? Like you know,
The gay away is: is there any is or anything like that in this book? That would cause,
cause offence to do. You know people that people
me could go hard she's. Why would you put that in their nothing at all, not even remotely close and is something so early years of the book was endorsed by the former psychiatrist and chief at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
From a professor ecology and why you from a professor of neuroscience,
at Boston University, professor of law, at Harvard LAW School, professor philosophy, at Princeton University. They Missis,
a french book. This is not a conspiracy theory books which says that if a book like this can be cancer from Amazon, no one books are safe.
I do I will tell you that when I heard about this Monday, I immediately thought
how my ever gonna publish another book, because you know
fine. If I'm quoting stats, I'm quoting these things in my book,
Amazon, decides they don't agree with that and they think
It's dangerous for whatever reason, and they don't have to explain themselves what
ants. Do I have of of pudding
It is never go ahead, and that is what every book author and book publisher is now asking themselves.
as you can see that showing a better. Yet if it was just like one local bookstore, you have some like,
Wing progressive bookstore that won't sell your book or my book. No one would care,
Can we get out a market, but when the entity that could
through the market darts censoring books, it will improve
the entire book publishing
eating and reading a process
Ryan. How much of a factor is it that if you know if you're ve been write another book on a similar topic, there would be
an incentive and the temptation to self
it before you released it now. I think you probably at the end of the day or gonna, renewed, say what you want to say in a damned the consequences, but there's a chilling effect for people before
are these books even get out there and in its editing our speech before the speech happens. Yet I think what you're gonna see is that authors are going
So that's it you're writing a book about political correctness.
Originally one of your chapters was gonna, be about transgender issues.
A lot of authors and publishers and agents are gonna say to land. I don't we skip that chapter.
You that's? That's! The impact is innocent office.
Been happening on university camp with this for a while? The reason that I'm at a think tank and not as a university is the think tank provide me with the freedom to tell the truth on these issues
in the way that I can't tell you the number of tenured professors who have private weak confidentially reached out to me to say thank you for what you're saying.
agree entirely. But if I ever said it, I'm afraid I'd lose tender
little valuable utitsa.
go ahead, is exploiting the cupid insanity that we fear into.
The entire Amazon world in an uncontrolled, almost everything
Ryan. Thank you! So much if you wouldn't hold a boon mine holding for just a couple of minutes, I want to ask you something off the air Ryan Anderson, the book
is when Harry became Sally. I
highly recommend that you write to Amazon and an Jeff basis and you send them an email, but no, no, better, tweet, a Jeff basis,
very kindly very
Why was this
book removed and when
What are you now starting to censor all books? We
to know no answer and tweet
Jeff basis and Amazon, somebody has to hold their feet to the fire or it will pass, and they will learn a lesson that they can do anything thanks so much right.
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welcome to the welcome to the programme. Now. My definition of candy may not be everybody's mental candy. I mean candy for me, used to be Jack Daniels
sure it's not anymore. So what,
how do I relax myself now little candy today, it's called
The Andrew Cuomo Sex scanned my main nothin's gonna, relax me more then saying just those words to stew and then say: go
move on he Lindsey boiling Linsey Boil she is. She is a woman who was working in close contact and various roles near Andrew qualm was a relationship up and down.
Their relationship was a bit up and down ok, mostly down mostly satellite, ok, yes, she multiple times was
to feel very uncomfortable by Andrew Cuomo Shore and not in the normal way that most american or other humans do every time they hear him speak
just say and back I've just saying, maybe a little hanky panky go alive. Now sides there was little more than that America's dumbest governor. Yes, the man who know madam US mob governor, yes, eyes, the Americas, dumbest mobster. Yes, thank you,
Her Lizzie boiler was working with her a couple times. There is one time they are on a private jet and Glenn Willie fat. It's a much some tours over the years where we ve been able to partake
departing thought in the little Conway Wes Kim Kardashian will rise. Diarrhoea is beyond the for all those other days. They don't come back for getting us massive anyway, so apparently not too expensive for entry. Cuomo, who has to fly, run a private jet all the time. I'd considering, he believes, there's an existential threat from global warming. That is also a politician in a private jet gas. Very strange larry. You remember that they have these, especially the smaller jets. They have. The ceding is allowed terms you face each other.
And I have heard your sitting very close to your knees. Most touching yes, apparently Andrew manifested the situation a little bit with the Lindsey, also at
time asked her to play strip poker, which is not normally what you would do with an underling in a situation where I wouldn't do it with an overly either in the hallway, probably a good idea to avoid that sort of behaviour altogether. He, of course,
Back in two thousand eighteen made a very public statement, Glenn
everyone who every everyone, every woman should be believed memory. Woman should, of course our there should be. An immediate in me, I believe, is immediate investigation, John by an independent out outsourced sort of organization to rush area to the bottom
all the while audacious a vat and then also suggest strip poker it it's either she's lying or he just thinks he so privileged he'll end
He definitely wanted to end up on top. I think that was a big part of the issue.
he also. He
we do things just that creep out. Rum touching her
back in her legs, often let that happen.
Things that had also, I guess, era, Sarah, how
the times have. I interpret your legs in twenty.
Twenty plus years we been you're, a very true
the woman, we're friends. I feel close to you our how
many times. Have I touched your legs: zero
But what about that time limit was a strip poker
station. That's right and then I remember it being followed by a vomiting, sexually thickly fact, so, yeah so categorical, and so he went down. This road was not not comfortable, apparently for her. She got to the point where her ball
was relaying messages from Andrew Cuomo that Andrew Cuomo had a crush on her
and also said. So it was like
Hey you never to come out any closer to impact. I gotTa Cross son is girl and I was gonna pass this note, but it be better. If you did it just says: do you like Andrew Cuomo check
no. It wasn't.
sophisticated. Something like a he. He was also, he said again was passing messages through layers of management here
Where he would, while her boss, you wanna talk about how arrogant, gosh, arrogant and just absolute demur
to the woman, I am, but I mean I'm just saying on one level imagined the feeling that you are so low on Kosovo and that you could tell multiple people I want.
I want to have sex with her. The echo
Did you say to dwell at least we don't know what he said it was passed on at one point, he had a a room.
He's the love Gov. If you remember
Chris Cuomo saying how attractive he was his brother was on CNN during the middle of a pandemic. Is thousands of people were dying
nature to make up for what it does,
Trans am thou, so.
Anyway. So he said he had rumoured girlfriend named LISA Shields. Lisa Shields was a big sort of splashing media type of gruesome rumoured romancing. He passed through multiple layers of management to Linsey boiling heat.
Governor said that look up LISA Shields, you could be sisters except you're, the best
looking sister to this woman,
He then, let's be honest, Sarah
How many times have I sent you a picture of my wife and said you two could be twins except you
the better looking one just an estimate: what zero
zero ha plus or minus. There ok argument of zero us very exact. Now I thought I was. I thought I was better to you. The message Quabo also then showed off a cigar box in widow in a way that I believe it was a Monica Lewinsky, there's nothing better than the old Clinton call back. Yet he also would invite her to random events that she didn't belong at all did just try to get near her genesis.
Telling the story. We of course believe here
innocent until proven guilty,
and then he also eventually got her alone in a private setting, which was something she point
Her mom warned against.
going to occur and, as she tried to escape the situation,
he awkwardly stood up in front of her and kissed her on the current kissed, her on the lips, something she was not while so not not interested and he's got a lot in common with Joe Biden cassettes what he did,
with the memory, he was as I and you ve got a bright future member.
nothing like it near the lips with someone with dentures is always a good
with our floating around in there is hopefully there just at tat point being there
there is no there's, not Harvey wines de level stuff in the allegation. It's just see title that then the type of thing that gets you fired if Andrew Cuomo, making the judgments- and you have.
To be a conservative.
and she goes out she, our socialist, he was killing anybody's grandma. No, no that doesn't get you fired if Edric homeless weaken the judgments that gets you a book deal
is what it gets. You there
is? Instead biology?
she also points out she,
certain. There are others she knows who they are and what they ve our alleging, although they are not its at her side
we should tell essentially is her point, but this is the type of thing
came out in December. Initially she tweeted about it. It was she he was ass
radical, most estimate at one time and denied it
Oh, why this woman wouldn't be believed, but I guess that's the rule now and then she is now come up with this again and there's more pressure on Cuomo, I won't say, and I am
to be optimistic portfolio in twenty twenty twenty twenty one year,
it does seem like the tide is turning a little bit on. Ensure quality in the media is his approval rating
in just the general tone of coverage in a big way, people
starting to notice that he is essentially the worst human being on earth
and that's just science saying that I'm not this up my judgment, the there's. A scientific study from ethical Rutgers anyway,
Bottom line is Cuomo seems to be a little bit of trouble and as the dumbest governor in America, the dumbest mobster in America, that
exactly where he should be, that wasn't quite the candy I was looking for. I was looking for a little bit more. We know of the
do just I. I think this guy's a worthless piece of skin. I was looking for
stu, I didn't get it so, maybe maybe
we go here for a little candy. It appears
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Let's see what people will put up with in their attorney general, the iter,
any general of South Dakota Christie, NOME State
apparently a little problem with his car. Now his story was, I hit a deer.
and I just kept drive home and then the next morning I thought maybe
that wasn't a dear and I went back
to check now I have here
like a bird before and a squirrel, and I
don't know if I killed them and I,
don't know if it right
He was a bird or really was a squirrel, but I've never,
gotten up the next day and thought you know I should go back and check, but
did he went back and he wanted to check and that's when he realized. Oh, that was a person.
Ok, all right, maybe.
Didn't know that
problem is, is his front. Win shield was shattered.
And the man's glasses that he was wearing that he hit and
up in his car, so it
some point, the man, or at least
Was inside looking at the attorney general way,
Glasses fell off
so it doesn't really work
But where am I missing? What am I missing here? Stu I made a little now
that much of the person died, so it was, its horror is a really terrible situated might have fully I dont know he might have lived if the attorney general didn't think the
here that apparently was wearing glasses you no more
was was alive. The Ellen would have called you know for the deer
violence and one of the one bit them do. As you tell the story, the one thing they he didn't realize the glasses weren't the car, which is, I guess, part of the dramatic video as their interrogating him. They said soak eyeglasses de aware they deserve
that and the attorney general knew. What
I can forth with them and they said or whose glasses are these and they were found in the car wish rid the actual quote because of the quotas
I would say not helpful in this is a little tip for you out there you haven't around someone over and the police find the person you run over glasses in your car. Try not
this one. This were ok, the police officer says: there's just their Jos glasses and set the guy who died. So that means his
This came through your windshield. An investigator tells him who lets
an obvious gasp and then said. I wondered about that now,
I wondered about why attacked the dears glasses? I spoke about why there was a face in my windshield when I hid it dear one where you wildering exactly now. Who knows what the media and everything else I mean there could be other. I gotta know what the story would be. I will say that
see no one has looked over the evidence there. Both Republicans and she's now issued a statement in response to the conclusion of the investigation calling for the attorney general to step down and which I think
is totally appropriate. He's not guilty he's not been tried, it doesn't look good,
but I'm not I hated. It
go home, optimum
Allah kind of guy that might have dear glasses in my front seat. So I dont know it doesn't look good, but he's not been.
Convicted he should step down devote full time.
Our caused by the entire is that it has to be sub optimal optimum sub astern, there's optimal. They desire to see what the people of South Dakota common sense ground, fairly willing to put up with a demand that a gallant Brad,
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