Glenn discusses a leap forward in science, as humanity plans a groundbreaking trip to outer space, then follows it with a giant step backward, as Scientific American claims the concept of sex was fabricated. Glenn and Stu rant about the desperate attempt to criminalize former President Donald Trump. American Federation for Children senior fellow Corey DeAngelis joins to discuss Arizona's new school choice program. BlazeTV contributor Jaco Booyens joins to expose the changes being suggested to Texas schools' curriculum. Holocaust survivor Vera Sharav discusses the importance of the Nuremberg Code and its relation to the COVID-19 vaccine. Glenn and Stu lay out the multiple reasons that warrant the impeachment of President Biden.
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Its monday in
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we do not yet have a problem with your spending when you're sending rocket ships operates like barely even noticeable in your spreadsheet. Yet like it's like blowing, we get more
to the moon. Not even it's not even a rounding error when it comes to our spending now
yeah nobody's ever even notice it anyway.
They're supposed to launch artemus one today now this is the biggest rocket we have had since the the saturn rockets
and I think it's the most powerful rocket we have.
Ever we ve ever let off, which means we
we are burning and injecting into the environment all kinds of of seo too. It is great what we're doing
gonna help the planet anyway
The rocket lives off today, eight
million pounds of thrust action
and it has a capsule up at the top
but he's in it auto pilot.
this time there just
checking to see everything. Gonna work not really sure do we
and put even a monkey in it. No, no so
they're, taking off today, going to the moon. It'll take them ten days to get there then,
they're going around the moon, they're gonna, be within sixty miles from the surface of the moon,
and then a going to swing around and towards the
They're gonna make a kind of an ellipse and
they're going forty thousand miles pass the moon, which
be the farthest any kind of spacecraft
could carry a human has ever been, and
They come around the moon again slingshot back home and lobby. How is it takes
for the one rotation? It's a forty two day trip around the moon gang is a part.
things like if you screw it up, we could just
that guy yeah we're we're going to go right past it and keep going for like forty thousand miles and is going to turn around. Don't worry about it and then you've got that time to just eat it up.
Submit your resignation and find a new gig right, nita niobrara anything just gonna go at all right. I got up and uneven there anymore when you talk about how you turn around and slowly land on doing what are you? I don't know why a coherent pre planned on doing that we take care of uneven rounding error. Okay, so
It's exciting sure, because we're going to go back on the moon, two thousand and twenty five, which I think was that donald trump idea. I just want to throw that out and we're going back on the moon to two thousand and twenty five, because we're going to build a space
station on the moon,
so we could have fuel upon amount. You're not gonna have any renewable fuels here, but there's
be one hell of a gas station on the moon.
And will have all the fuel up there, so we can go to mars while there
be exciting more there be exciting yeah, not gonna happen
You know here here. Let me just
here's, where we start to go off the rails, just a little bit from the exciting stuff.
Scientific american, you know them
Typical american claim
western science made up two sexes in all
to reinforce gender and racial divisions.
Before the late eighteenth century.
Western science recognised only one sex, the mail
and considered the female body and inferior version of it, the shift
historians call the to sex model. So
mainly to worry and enforce gender and racial divisions by tying social status to the body kay
I think it might've been a little more than that. There are differences between the male and female, so
Are they saying this is a bad thing that
that western scientists went what we should do
Ignite he's got a dangling that one. Doesn't
Are you they yeah? Ok, so I
we think it was a little more complex than you know. What.
We should call that one, a woman, because I
like that gordon probably
had more complicated had more complicated okay, so
now we have scientific american claiming
we just made up to the two sexes
but it's got it's coming as a surprise to a lot of people and
especially the thirty two year old guide known a sheep shifter
he's on youtube. Any said now: d transitioning
in the u youtube video cleverly
he is going. He went from male
Two female: now
non binary, because
The meat out of a hot dog and then just pushed it inside. Ok, that's his police never described,
this just a baby, my in the video he says, no more lies no more fairy tales and its
fifty thousand views now
it doesn't sound suppressed at all. Doesn't how I mean I may bracing the fact that I am a man who got
brainwashed over gender ideology and that I was in the wrong body and I needed to alter my body to be my authentic self shapes,
after commented after uploading, his first video.
body was perfect as it was. I should have never messed with the original blueprint.
He also says he missed.
That hot dog bed. But while I bet you do, I bet you do
So remember this was all made up. This is all
it up. I mean the two sexes
and so you know he was in the wrong body. Casino told him using the wrong body.
So he decided to be the other sex which is actually just the same sex, because its male only really that's. What's
Is it not our example? This weird paradox with the gender stuff, but where it is simultaneously, the most and least important thing YAP area is the whole point of scientific american thing is a safe. We just made it up
If there is no, we just made it up. It's just a different. We just kind of came up with an outta nowhere, we just
manufacture these these two genders right at the say. If
that's true, why would anyone need a transition? Rightly
if it was just this whimsical thing that we came up with. Why would anyone need to go from one to the other? There are basically the same thing. We just came up with names for these things and
the same time we're supposed to be up in arms. If we do not, if anyone criticizes someone from transitioning, it doesn't make not
This makes any sense as
anyone notice this now now huh?
Is that all avenues that alone hey? We ve got a new science fact for you today
this comes from the guardian pop
He is an author and a sigh.
he's he's these look.
Into the intelligence of plants
And he's arguing now that play
I can remember, learn: ok,
and even plan ahead now
planes could do it, and I can't that's really bad
so here's the here's, the thing
He says: there's a rich in alternate world that exists right alongside our own and its
a world of plants now
here's the guy! I just want to point this out. I don't think this is right,
lee that necessary cause he's making a great philosophical argument about the nature
of consciousness and
The fact that we humans think that the world revolves around us, and so we
see that plants are conscious,
and know that there are plant and no they were humans and somehow inside there just screaming at us, hey
attention to me. Listen to me, listen to me! Don't pick me, don't pick me. Don't pick me anyway,
he is a professor. He
professor of philosophy of science, at the
out real name.
The minimal intelligence laboratory.
At the university of Spain,
the minimum the minimal
minimal intelligence. Laboratory, isn't that the name for the Biden white house
I would say they stole that name correctly from the binding, because, MR now, one more
thing here and again, I did say it might go off the rails. A little bit
remember the conversations that, if maybe you ve never had the? Maybe it was just me
that ended with all that
never happened, god would destroy us before he could do that correct.
monsieur ya'll gave add those governs agents. That's not just me yeah
god will destroy us before you. Never let us do that
researchers from the university of cambridge have announced,
they have created embryos from mouse stem cells that for
a brain beating heart and the
basin of every other organ in the body.
This fantastic. So we
take some steps, stem cells and
can make our own people.
animals, it's fantastic! Is that the right word,
Well, I'm very excited about it
It seems to coincide.
Right, alongside with, I think, we're
all about to be destroyed.
think our society
I think our society and everything
we ve built, is
I on the ropes ha
wonder of god has anything to do with that
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Stu dispersed my bubble. They they scrap the mission. For today, there is a little technical, difficult
Please stand by till friday. So give me
more days until we can get
of the moon or whatever we do in a thousand a year
has the embryo with a brain that still that's fine? Ok, that's still gone well, who good that's what I really been worried about Diana right now,
hey. I got a monkey pox update, yeah. I've got it
actually I've got two of 'em was due. I'm not going to hear your monkey pox update without the monkey pocket. Subject song I don't care hide if you insist the hell you're going to love this article you'll love this article, but I want you to elicit. Do it and say who's writing this article trying to figure out who wrote this what organization, just as it failed to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus, the united states is failing in it's response to the spread of the monkey pox virus as a number of cases as increased to sixteen thousand six hundred and three largest of all countries. As of sunday, the virus had been detected in all fifty states that this happens despite it having suitable vaccines in the strategic national stockpile points to the serious flaws in social governance. When the monkey pox infection was reported in the: u s, in may Biden, administration sent a confident message which came to we've got this. However, they don't got this. The measures that have been taken have remained really just lip service. The way you get it there anyway. The country has obviously not learned the lessons from it's poor response from the coven nineteen pandemic, which resulted in the u s, having the largest number of deaths and infections due to the disease in all countries. So who wrote this as some evil right wing publication route to to blame the Biden? Minister? No, no! No, who is it the communist party of china, wow yeah, I'm surprised, yeah yeah cause. I I'm interested in their analysis on how we were responsible for the mug for the code with that. That's an interesting piece of it as I've read and seen that they're are still rounding. People up over there they're doing such a great job, and I think it came from you know there yeah so now, stew, I've got one that I present with a very heavy heavy heart I go. I know you've been you've been waiting for a car that you ordered for just over a year. Now, yes, so you're at nine days ago, I ordered angeles. Thank you, aren't measured and it's coming any day while coming in theory, I'm sure it's well, it's their right. It's been built, yeah, it's ben bill. I think it's missing some chips and it needs to be transport. Just what I'm told kind of my life always missing some chips. Bad news do bad news, but I'm sure it's not going to affect your car. Have monkey pox kind of a general motors assembly plant in Missouri, located near ST louis informed by management that a coworker has tested positive for monkey pox now yep yep. So it looks like out of an abundance of caution, no more cautious. They are shutting the plant down. I don't care if they pick the pigs going to roll off at your tires or just get it here. There's your gearbox update, they're, shutting it down shutting it down
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Ok, so strange,
I heard a lot of talk this weekend of people saying
did you see the?
Did you see the moral log o affidavit, and I said no,
and they said yeah. It was mainly you know, it was all just black bars and I'm like yeah know that I've I saw that I didn't see. The affidavit makes all the black
and there's something new. Now the department of justice has rejected
The reason for rejecting the affidavit really
yeah seems appropriate at the only thing they said that wasn't rejected. There was aid
Every other. You know agent safety, that's because the violent extremists on the right road, so agent safety was not rejected, but
The other reason for rejecting
so we have absolutely no idea what's in it, but also no idea why we can't to see yes right. We don't know what's in it, and we also now don't know the reason why we don't know. What's in it. So let us it's perfect
It is very similar effect not always seriously. It's really good by the way the new
york times now.
Demands criminal prosecution of donald trump,
Do we are we supposed to care about what the near final demand side? Also, let me give you, let me give you this. This one is from. I think it's you.
you too, by yahoo. There is little left for the justice department do, but today
I'd whether to wait until after the mid terms to formally seek the indictment
the grand jury for donald trump? Yes, I
heard I heard someone talking about this whole scandal earlier today. In the phrase that used yeah
I mean this is certainly the factories they use that what they were going to charge him with was, unlike
full storage man,
does anyone think this is going to have an impact idea? I largely to worry, is lawful. Satellite is that it is a good word. Yes, penalty. Sat there we're not talking about like
getting access to documents is not supposed to have access to right. That's not what we're talking about the other documents. The man saw
with his eyes, while he was president of the united states right, so the issue here is, he should have put it in a better closet here
Put it in a safe. He should have
to restore the archives.
Storage conflict? This is what's going to take down donald trump, the guy who survived all these other thing on
well the full story, just the thing, that's what they want us to believe today. Well, that's the way we took AL capone down an awful story, no well tax evasion. We couldn't get him on. The other things you know is in say differences is that Al Capone actually was killing people right, Donald trump,
it hasn't done anything right, you just don't like him can I can. I run a couple of scenarios sure I would like to get your ok oregon, so I want to boil this down for a second.
No one actually cares if, but if Donald trump has these documents, I don't know that's a controversial thing to say, but now he's really not, it is for the meat, maybe for the media, but no one. Actually
there's the man literally, we are
supposed to believe, saw them
that's why he has the by the way it's like he didn't pack them up the ga audeze yale packed maria. So that's not that's not him or his people. One of the few things we know about these documents. If they were put in between like newspaper clippings and everything else- and you could say well, that's so, let's start at the bottom- he didn't do anything wrong at all. Okay
that does not affect, because what we're talking about here is not whether these documents affected.
National security, it's just a matter of how it affects donald trump, future politics, that's all it's as nothing
Do we, whether he actually committed a crime or so maybe he did nothing wrong. Obviously, that's not a problem. Next step up, he was
reckless, whether he was he was a he shouldn't have had the documents and had them right was. Let's say he was reckless with the documents. Okay like what
be reckoned. What like laying about what would we know, I'm on the menu it more and more, like, let us say, you're at moral logo, your kids order girl, cheesy flips it over it's supposed to be the maize right, but instead its nuclear document, I thou art, really regular. I could get the the ground beef
the sirloin or the nuclear see comprise exactly. That would be so if it's any
accordingly be selling them still. If it's just a process argument about document, there is no impact to our politics and write the fact that he should have. Let's just say: let's take the worst case, he should have
gone through some other process of the classification or whatever, no one
really cares about that at all. It's not
it's not good impact upon step up. Was he reckless with the let's say like he legitimately put them in some closet
did not locked the door, which is what they're saying now
I'm down and asked him to put a lot of money on any did, but, like I don't,
do this, don't try to steal a drink
at mura, logo, whatever easy
at night. It houses they act as if people good work, you do any closet and started stealing boxes right. This is not likely to occur right, while you might say hey, they should be in a highly classified environment. I gather that book, but I think this is, I think, you're doing too much work. You do I ll. Let me give you the last use an orchestra go so this one, I would say: let us say he handled the recklessly. I think in our politics that
could escalate to the point of like the Hillary Clinton scandal, where
people on one side of the argument that gets the worst thing in the world and the other side doesn't care at all. It could elevate too
that level be all
thing that actually would make any difference with the story was, if you had evidence evidence of
I'll trump using these documents for his own personal benefit.
He was selling them to get gulf of now. Wait a minute is closed. We know that way. We only out there by the left, wait you could have if Donald trump, then this could happen
ok guys didn't with donald drama, but it could be ok in theory, if Donald trump said to somebody else in the white house, I want
to go into the skiff. I want you to do. I want you to take pictures.
of those documents here then cut the top of
the off, so it doesn't say, classifying or topsecret up, and then
a mail them to my home. That would be bad right in and of course,
would be much much much much more risky than having them in a closet. Anything online anywhere would be more risky than having it in Donald trump's closet without a locker. Do you notice it on a virtual closet? Go ahead? We don't know, but if
had evidence that, like let's say heat, he was taking documents that were sent
old to american security that
going to use to, in a political, add three weeks later that he didn't he caught. I don't know what the scenario would be, but if you found
something like that and had real evidence of it may be. That would move the needle approach.
This crime on documents is not moving.
this is a ridiculous controversy. I swear the left just wants to talk about donald trump because they think that's going to help them in some way they want to
They want to get in a fight with him. They want to make it about them versus donald trump. Again, they remember the good old days back when they are winning mid term elections in two thousand eighteen. They remember the
Old days, when cnn had more than eight people watching it, they remember all these wonderful dream, so they want to talk about a constantly, but what the hell
is the point of this like these? Are
documents. He stole eating, go into a bank vault and steel
our. He wasn't allowed to see. He literally saw them he's also the president and he d classifies anything you want any on and lying still secretary of state. Anyway, they ended different. That's a different story. Let me ask you this question, ok, see
kind of topic who do
who believe who do you?
ukrainian truck drivers, daughter, nay,
She, then, are you natives.
because I m, but so are you print
so if it should be- and I could tell who allegedly louis
admittedly posed as a rothschild heiress to gain access to morrow,
go and meet for
our president donald trump, is being a key
whose now of the fbi of having ties to russian organised crime.
Apparently this woman, who
lives in ohio.
the fbi said she was
making trips to morrow logo to get money from
donald trump for
children's charity, which
actually was a front for
organised crime in russia, okay so
Donald trump was right
checks to organised crime in russia,
Does that now
thing like that
fbi, says nea everything like that. My question is:
who do you believe the one
you don't even know anything about that could have been, could have been masquerading as a rothschild and
The soviets, spy or the fbi, the fact that you
to ask that question is a problem with our astrogation? Really isn't it now? Unless you're one of those people who enjoy walking face first into a rake just to see what it feels like, hey, don't don't
don't make fun of. Unless you trotted you probably
dont want put your personal, have information out on line. It puts it in jeopardy. It is like step it on a rake
criminals or more than happy to take whatever you have and their more from trying to do it every day. Ah, I like
call them the
the eye and the irs
you see the did. You see the love letter from the
york times to the irs
all they think the iron having aid
Seven thousand new agents Skynet be good
I'm scared, and there is nothing wrong with it. Can you imagine if donald trump would have added eighty seven thousand new iris agents? What they would have said?
should have done it that way they would have cancelled it as soon as he got in anyway.
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A storage and what are you
You know you have you ever analyze dreams
I'm really not seriously unaware dream this weekend. Ok,
and I see you know me out-
I dreamt that I couldn't hear ok
and I was freaking out- and I was here in the building- and I kept saying to me-
I can't hear you. I can't hear you and
they're just looking at me funny and I'm like. I can't hear you and then, where
somebody would say something: it was like a bad japanese film and it was over dubbed gay. You are over
but it wasn't like. Maybe
goddamn. It wasn't that it wasn't. Instead, it was overdue mail
over daubed with a guy
his voice and it was all from Isaiah
and I woke up in the morning- and I thought I
to read Isaiah fifty one to fifty three cause. That's all it was was. I say fifty one, fifty three, fifty one
three and I
it is not a good part of eyes out
now, as opposed to the think. That means I'm thinking too much.
or was that a spooky dream had sounds like
spooky during yeah. I don't know I've does I have dreams, like
bout like food
Yeah, I can well, I know, are usually have one of the areas that you had a decent amount of dreams that have. I have very disturbing yes, but not now long time that an a poultry gazed sodom now but club cluck clothes close. So
I just would like to give you this, because this is a positive, this, a good part of Isaiah
idea, fifty eight, where he says where we get what what what you keep saying Susan, but what's that
again I safety? No it's it's the chapters. Fifty one.
Fifty three gay using of chapter
fifty one first fifty not an hour.
then you will call- and god will answer- you will cry, and he will say here. I am
If you remove the yoke from among you, stop false accusation and slander.
Generously offer food. Did the hungry meet the new
needs of persons in trouble, then,
your light will rise in the darkness in your gloom will become like noon.
God will always guide you. He will satisfy your needs in the desert. He will renew and strengthen in your limbs. So
you will be like a watered down.
Garden like a spring whose water never fails: you'll reed.
EL, the ancient ruins raise foundations from ages past and be called.
Repair or a broken walls risk
store of streets to live in scotland.
thing yeah. Maybe we should have a little more faith in god,
concern, though you ve just picked it totally
different channels idea the idea
I had a dream about: javert thirty one. Let me read
chapter. Fifty eight turns out good well, because I think fifty eight is the.
Answer to fifty one through fifty three yeah and you decided to do so.
That is what I to let that up on your own good luck
you think that me and I don't know one thing
going. I could I not hear people.
like. I couldn't hear any of you and now I think
not I dont interpret dreams, but I think that's because I shouldn't
Listen to you a long time ago. Right now, we re not makes that yeah. That makes the lessons. I differ,
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really happening in arizona. The guy who really knows is is corey de angeles. He joined us in sixty seconds now, as anyone paying attention could have predicted some.
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Korea is the senior fellow at the american federation for children executive.
Rector, add education, freedom institute and add john
scholar at the cato institute, a fellow senior fellow at reason, foundation and a
or member at liberty. Justice center, I mean
I own, I know other things are,
in the country right now, economically corey, but you do need that many jobs
I guess not, but we could just go with the main one. Is the american federation for children with you but good to be with you cory? Alright, so
I I heard some news coming out of arizona and I think it's great what's happening in arizona, but I,
was concerned that
strings attached to the money, and they are
Those strings appear to be
formation gathering strings on our children.
I saw it all say. The arizona programme is a huge victory was the first time we ve seen as they do all in on school joints. Allowing me to take the same.
Owing to the education fighter their choosing and how to save it,
the people making. The argument that this this will lead to regulations are making perfect the enemy of the good. We already have kids stuck in government
this all government runs all today and if you will,
get the arizona bill. No family is forced to take
the money is all voluntary. You didn't make the court decision for your own kid Julia, I'm done with korea. First of all things
regulations on arizona I am not not
nine a cause trouble here on anything
I am concerned because I think when this was tried in California, this
eight and its california, not arizona, but
California was excited about it because it just destroyed homes, schooling, there,
because they had so many strings attached to it, and I just one
make sure that we're
walking into it with our eyes wide open the account
California? Does it have any private swelled out your programs that doesn't have any tax for the scholarship programmes? No education savings accounts so that doesn't exist in california and there are about sixty to seventy programmes across the country and thirty one different states, plus b c, and this just had
and played out be the argument that the still destroying control homespun haven't played out anyone, including in arizona I mean twenty percent of students were already eligible for this in arizona for quite a while. Even before this year's expansion- and I will say that this,
it can be that in some places that are, legislators might write a bill that having regulations in it. But this that happen in arizona and we should fight against any calls for
relation, but there's no testing requirements. There's no federal funding attached to this money. While there is no admission
standards or government controlling what private,
We can do in terms of earth. Other mission or their curricula mother had said something no curriculum to do it, and no state testing, no say testing
no nationally normal wholly now for regular and then so. This is what we should be pushing for. There are others who try to regulate these bills and try to include pig states has been manner, but that did not happen and there is on it and that's what we should all be weakened.
fight against school choice writ large. If it were concerned about regulations, we should fight against any one who try
to amend regulation democrats on when I do this out on the floor, they try to introduce poison pills into the bills and we fight against them every step of the way and we should continue. There is less excellent
I just wanted to. I just wanted to make sure, because I didn't want to
get too excited about arizona what happened, because it is exciting news and then
Because I was informed some from some people that it
strings, and then I started going. Why? How many strings? What are the strings? Can they effectively
a great curriculum. That's really important that its clear on curriculum and testing- that's fantastic!
fantastic new areas, the original arizona statue even has a specific provision in fifteen twenty four hour or where it says it's called
control over non public schools of prohibition and application in the first section says quote this chapter
not permit any government agency to exercise control or supervision over any non public, school or homes will be a call by tool that accepts the payment
parent, pursuant to this chapter, is nine agent of the state or federal government, see a fall by
we shall not be required to alter its creed practices, admissions, Paul, ear curriculum in order yadda, yadda yadda, I mean they had specific provisions, and this is what we should push in other states too, to make sure that you do not mind any chances of government over. How did you get it? Pass the school unions, the teachers unions,
well in arizona, you were they add this limits. The majorities republicans- and this is the republican party platform issue and air,
single Republican showed up voted in favor, but they have one seat majority in arizona in the house and the senate, and they were able to get it done without any democrats voting in favor. So that's how they got done in arizona and I'm in in other states. You know, like a
Does it have any private for choice? Programmes
The senate had the votes in two thousand and seventeen, the passenger usa. Education savings account something similar the house.
And the reason for that being is that the
teachers. Unions play heavily
I am republican primaries in deep ready because they know they can't get a democrat majority, so they gotta bison rhinos off. That's what's happening. The chamber's. It's not happening just in texas, also use the biggest problem I hear in in utah, and they ve got massive zero they made
have a lot of democrats and the republic
kids are the ones they get hit with
teachers, unions would get just I mean it's bad. I mean governor
hawks in utah announced when they had their hope scholarship bill in the legislature. In Utah he announced that he would be to such a bill because for school choice, but not right. Now, we're gonna pay our teachers in a bit
percent more before we do that, and you just gonna shift in the argument to try to say he was trying to play both sides, but then he also received
many five thousand dollars from the national education association
a of years ago and twenty twenty. I believe, though, that it it's true yesterday so called deep red states,
the union's clay heavily in republican primaries and people have been paying attention enough, but
but we ve been calling it out more recently and
in some places. The teaching and endorsement for republicans at least, is becoming the kiss of death. I mean it,
the sea in their house republican primaries, ten
republicans were endorsed by or fund
by the teachers, unions and nine and the master their primary round, a tenth corey
bring us back to arizona here for a second year lets a european
and you see what's going on in schools, the public schools. You don't like it, you ve always wanted to send your kid to a private school or maybe homes call them what you did not think
the resources to do this and how well? How does your life change? What do you have to do to change the education of your child?
many good either this home school or pay for private school tuition, which is what you would do in the current system? But with this new arizona initially
you can go on mine to their heirs and department of education and apply for empowerment, scholarship, accounts essays and it's up to
seven about seven thousand dollars per student expected in the coming school year is ready what eligible
yup anyone regardless of income, I mean you have to have a school age child. You can't be like some conservatives, not a leftist, because the parents flooded the website over the past week and actually essentially broke the government website because they wanted so bad. I mean there's so many fans, and this is why the teachers unions fight against this oh yeah, the nail, but it's because they know once families are given the choice to fight like hell to keep that choice and the the government website add an error message saying you know you might have a glitch or two or so because ah we've gotten so many applications. So you would get you'd get a seven thousand dollar scholarship and you could use that money to send your kid to private school yearly
yup each year it goes into something called an education savings account and then you could use it for five until tuition and fees. If you want, you can also use it for these micro schools, you could use it for homeschool curriculum or any other approved education expense. You can go use it at your favorite fancy, restaurant or you can buy a big screen tv app to be used on some type of education expenditure and again the government doesn't get to say what the curriculum was like, for example, fantastic, great job, great job
of course. How can we help get this to other states was one.
what's in the fight for education, freedom, you can sign the education freedom fledge. It's just education, freedom pledge dot com and then, whenever a bill drops in your state, we are all send you a nail blast updates
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regulated by the government, just to make sure the monies
bent on education services, but but
So there's no provisions in that build the have that states their eyes
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is killing it or they have been for awhile, and we all expect at the santas will come back and forward governor ducey and and make this eligible for every single family. But florida is essentially number two based on current eligibility, but there shouldn't it shouldn't have any eligible the requirements we fund public education for everybody, regardless of income, for everyone, should have that right or to to take their kids' education dollars wherever they want. And if you like, your public school, you can keep your public school, but it's not that fun.
should go elsewhere and iowa is looking sat for a big victory. This coming
the session as well, especially after the primary races in their house. They, they cleaned up house this fast rate
The primary season, two, I was there's gonna, be a big push in taxes, addison pushing it harder than had ever seen him push it before. We know we have to accept the senate in taxes. Is all gonna come down to the texts which have a drink?
Thank you so much
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the absence? Absolutely I wanted to talk
you about something because all my neighbours or freaking out and there like Glenn waiting
you talk about this and, unlike the guy works for us, I mean he's a contributor on the blaze. I mean that's close enough, isn't it
eu stirred things up in my household and everything. I wanted you to explain what tee
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How this is happening here in texas, but it is also more,
likely happening all over the country and their own version of it now
absolutely the the text
programme, which is a code, is an education code. It's the guidelines for texas education, of course, then, by the state school board of it,
the station and in the tea, aided texas education as such.
Patient peak stands for taxes, essential knowledge and skills standards.
and every year they review one of these pillars, the four pillars, and this year it social studies next year will be but mathematics
the interesting thing is when they review it, it only happens every twelve year how my go when they set us when they set a standard goin.
One of your great flanks and amazing american help set the previous standards
in two thousand and nine with a lot of stars, and it was phenomenal. It was pro american, throw god broke country protection,
bright protects. Sizzling protects us history where you, where the the alamo was a place of honor, not dishonor. Well, yes,
like this morning, breaking on your show right at five minutes ago, your staff, and so on point going
send him a letter that was released five minutes ago, substantiated, what I've been saying and look, we take an attack from the state school board this week because,
they ve never been under a microscope like this, but the parents need to know what is
standards are in. There are the radical from the left against our nations history, taxes,
three against christianity, minimizing christianity, teaching,
anti days of buddhism, divination hindu with them a day day and a two days of christianity.
in light of our bounding document, founding document are labelled as not the founding document, but the spirit of the founding documents
like that, you have like any god stuff, that's out, including even our motto in god. We trust that's out
More space has been made for islam and other religions. Moses is
and taken out of the standards. How do you even begin to understand?
american law without Moses? Don't do that?
is this: you don't have ten commandments and without the ten commandments you don't have absolute truth were a culture today with the left wants us to be fluid and everything fluid and sexually
those when fluid engender, which, by the way, if it comes up and the new proposed standards
these are proposals, but they are and what now draft, which will be prepared,
tomorrow, I'll be in asking in among the doktor to speak, will see if we cannot, but tomorrow is a big day and because pay
and finally, it will wait a minute. You can't remove Moses uk,
teach that in history, the text,
the rangers was an instant
oppression you can't teach that having up
Water is a militarization, so this is what is being proposed. You can teach chinese dynasties an ape.
dynasties, but not peach, lincoln and davy. Crockett and an american
exceptionalism, they want that out, like don't teach kids
we went to the moon and that we are an exceptional nation. No, this is in draft form, though
but here is a money. Here's the thing here is a thing that this is so important in every state.
Because you have your own standards, but in
texas, just like california most
States will adopt
our standards. So if, if texas,
Adopts this then, most
Finally, all of the history books you'll have a choice between the california history books and the socialists books and
texas, if they're not combined,
and so this could affect your children.
no nation wide going years. Why people go? No taxes has the most students in school
even more than the california five point: eight million students in school age, seventeen and under so that the the curriculum standards and the publishers draft off of the teak education, coat and and
there's a proud of what they should teach in this letter from the prison carcass. Actually, you can read it
gazing that actually said that some of these proposals are illegal against texas code and said
the freedom caucus with mayes middleton that wrote this letter this morning saying we will pursue action,
as paragraph here is this: if you further indoctrinate returning indoctrinated children having to teach george point and in an uprising against police brutality
having to teach twenty eight genders in a certain age bracket and class, spreading taxes
these over every great sprinkling it
and blaming it in vs, saying that we're dedicated in the first and second grade to texas history. Look it's great by great and it's in proposal form. But the clock is ticking,
Tomorrow is a very, very significant, so many people have to do what it. What are you,
to do email, the state school border region.
and each one of them. When I tell people be kind, but before we know
now we do have a nine sticks- republican board night,
They have been in taxes that does not necessarily mean that should be assured.
When I go. Ninety six
public and not necessarily gray. Ninety six conservative yeah yeah it's a different exactly right.
Exactly right or email, every single one of them today, but nobody knows who their school board that the state school board is.
You find that out we listed on our website yahoo J. I see oh boy
the allow. Why you any ministries, dot, org, there's a button that says urgent peak click that button. It's got all the information.
the emails. The phone numbers now asked people look there are there are some of our friends.
school board? There are people who really want to fight for children, but tomorrow they maybe it's not on the agenda: glenn,
if the conservative side of the s b, o e tomorrow, can call for a roll call vote. They can a chairman Alice. We have the chairman he's.
deciding vote the only votes. If it's a tie. Seven seven faking strike this down tomorrow. If they wanted to, they could have
which is what riled me up august first, when they met a pass through to the next right now this has been cut.
Since April grandma. I ask this: why are we here
Why are we one day before this momentous events and asked him tomorrow having to fight to convinced that some of this stuff? It is absolutely absurd
It was a nine six republican come on guys. We ve got to step up here and shape. We strike this draft. We're gonna, go back to David barton, stressed that
is problematic approach, taxes and we ve been using it for twelve years.
we ve been using it for twelve years. That's right! Let's updated
sure there's new legislation that has to be updated with the updated list let's, but we can't scrap that income with this radical now, since he brought a lot of heat into the
Jim look. There is a lot of momentum, so thank you going for voicing
No! No! No! I! I heard about it, a friend came to me and said
this? Guy is great, you know who he is and I'm like. Yes, he's a contributor of of the blazes fantastic and there lay
more. Why aren't you talk about and unlike cause, I'm
about all the other stuff. That's burning right!
anyway, I, but when she started to explain it to me, I needed to get you on the phone, because I mean there's an email that I'm gonna make today. So it's your cos,
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Well, thank you so much. I appreciated. Thank you. Thank you
thank you still got lucky for you. Do we appreciate you bet? I tell you what this guy is an amazing guy. He is a
he is a servant of of god and very, very loyal. Just a great guy jacobo ruins we're gonna.
Let's posts this. Could you post his video on the front page of glinda com? Can we get that done along
with the link to
we were talking about ceiling, but that on the front page glenn backed outcome, hast
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This is crazy, possess is going to affect every high school and really this is k through twelve, so every textbook
history ends? You know
you'll studies right now,
for the case
eight books, new doc
He meant that they are trying to stop
by to morrow here in texas, gotta
right to the state school board,
sociology, consist of sexual ized, proud, algae, bt and anti family standards force.
students to define controversial terms like gender and sexual orientation,
deleting an entire section related to the institution of the family you have to
each these things, topics that have been
taught long taught in public schools like moses as they historic lawgiver and our first
amendment religious freedom clauses still
have not been restored to the high school standards
and this is only get a degrade them even more
and whatever texas does a when schoolbooks beak.
Of california size and the size of texas, those are the two
spokes in everybody's gonna get so what tat
this decides. If
go woke any
no white with a nine six republican there.
Shouldn't even be a question
shouldn't even be a question that this would be
happening in our school board? No question. Ninety six yeah!
True enough of a majority that you shouldn't have worried. If you have of one or two
well who were flaking on ya. Still shouldn't be an issue. Ukip
you know: did you see that Mitch Mcconnell is pulling?
his money from alive
sk in arizona nea alaska because they
macao he's gonna, win the arizona, big eyes
their signalling, they think masters is in trouble. There thought I mean the monkeys he's sway
if the breeze right in that race is what four or five points behind. I think the last poll I saw he was down eight, but again, no one knows who he is yet
just one the primary it'll have debate against. Can hen million dollars? I think he's gonna show really well in a debate. Masters are, I think, he's one of those that in if I,
value eyes. We are betting on these races. It's one of those I think he's got a good shot at coming back on. I don't think we'll have any passion for her
Kelly other than they there's some sympathy for the family. I think that's largely all it is with Kelly.
He's just a run of the mill vote, the same way, every single time, Democrat in a purple state. I tell ya man
There is not
oh he's not any, is not he's a real human being and yeah
and I mean just sazen saw tee, doesn't talk like a politician and I
You know you win. Arizona gets into
election season. They start seeing these guys on the same stage together. I dont think its a guarantee
see that masters performs well, he may not waiting he's not been tested in this situation. We don't know, but I think there's a good there's a
better chance than some of the other races that EU citizens are more competent and can you tell me, is there a better use of the ten million dollars and making sure that we do
everything we can to control the senate. I dont
and he wants masters in. I think he no value this area. I think he knows all while he'll be one of those people who want to change the order of everything and watching- and I are
I think you're gonna see money come back into that race from I think, because Mcconnell doesn't what masters in, but what he does want is to be the majority leader and the only way he can do. That is if people like like rosters, when so, I think he's trying to send a signal right now.
two about how upset he is about, who is winning these races, but the money is going to come back and he wants that more than anything in the world which Mcconnell once that power back.
So I think he's gonna any end support candidates, he believes, can win, and I think masters has a good chance that ordinary peerless to toss that raised right now he's right there. You should not have that power and be the leader in the senate. That's too much power. The Glen back programme, Eden pure, is our sponsor this half hour on the blaze.
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hello, America. Welcome to the Glen back programme. I have worried about our country for a while now fifteen twenty years, seeing the mile markers go by
the changes that are being made, I've worried about our medical institutions, stopping doing things like I don't I'll, do no harm. First, you know take
people and and giving them euthanasia and in Canada they're doing it now for children and there's already studies that show a lot of these people are being talked into it by the doctors. These are the things that happened in a very gory past. You know, eighty ninety years ago you look at where we're going just on cove id
spare amounting with the public and force them to take it and not telling them what really they were concerned. We should be concerned about you had no option and ace silenced. Anyone who said wait a minute I there there might be some side effects here. This is dangerous. Couple of weeks ago there was this great speech,
given by a woman, Viros Shiraz. She
was in nuremberg and she was making a case
We have crossed really dangerous lines. The nuremberg code is being violated and she says it's more important. Now than ever. I read a lot of her speech on the air the day after she gave it she's here to talk about it herself in sixty seconds
So what do you know about the fed, the federal reserve, the biggest bank in the country? Basically, the first bank that congress created and then handed all of the power to create money and manage our economy, but it's a bank and the president doesn't get nominated, whoever he wants. The bank city bank of america, J, p, morgan, all those
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Weekly go over some of this stuff that she has been involved in
She has spoken out at the f national academy science. The institute
of medicine. She testified against the exposure of children in experiments that put them at risk of harm
against mass mental screening of children, which served as a market expansion tactic for us,
yeah trick drugs to testify
against human pesticide experiments sponsored by bear
She was instrumental in the suspension of government pesticide experiments in young children called cheers
suspension of smallpox that a smallpox vaccine test in children anthrax
vaccine tests in children.
it goes on and on. She served on the federal children's research ethics advisory work group where
she was the sole this centre. Who object?
to the loosening of federal regulations to expand the use of medical.
experiments without parole.
token consent. She,
was alone on that vote. That is madness. Madness
Welcome to the programme
thank you very much for inviting me I'd say it's an honor to have you. You are passionate about this because you first hand.
Saw what happens when the medical industry
loses their way and starts to play god euro
the costs. Survivor, viper, that's right when medicine become a partner of government
day discard the hippocratic oath.
Do no harm to the individual and they become.
government agencies. Essentially, yes, and it's it's
the frightening when the when the doctors started to say that they wouldn't
if they hadn't taken the vaccine.
And came to mind. Was the hippocratic oath wait a minute what
here we will really very far into the dark place.
No, really I, in march and April, twenty twenty,
a big euthanasia project was implemented
across western europe, canada, at least five states in the united states
we're. They orders were given by the government to hospitals not to treat the elderly nursing homes.
and they were essentially medically murdered. This was exactly what the nazis did that, although the nazis began children, the union with the baby
infants and children under age. Three. They would german infant and children
some then it went up the ladder, dimension,
the ill and then
nursing home people, and they were
regarded as worthless eaters and-
dear. I have, if I don't know if you know anything about me, but I have a very large collection and the holocaust is played a very big role in my life
and I want to make sure we never forget it
happen to have in this in a museum that we are building
the last proscription that Joseph Mengele wrote at the children's hospital
it was for
The drug that they were giving to kill the children and its
When you think of
he was in charge of the children's hospital you
It's some idea of how far away from the hippocratic oath they were trained and dumb
well american medicine, his kind of picked up where the doctors let's go
the time germany would you know
they were, the e number one most advanced
an in medicine and in a lot of field mean that that was the center of western civilization and america picked up from the
then after the war we brought in a year in some sixteen hundred of the top nazi scientists,
engineers and doctors and they sky
them all over the united states at most advanced scientific and medical centres.
We ve done in violation of the president of the united states. Terry Truman had ordered, know buddy
belonged to. The nazi party wished to be allowed a veto, ok, but agents simply
did it anyway. This was totally illegal.
Andy, essentially train.
whole generation of american scientists and doktor fear,
it. Is, you know the history better than than most
and to wake. People up is seemingly in possible may
To ring this bell. People in america just think we could never do that. We'd never get there, and
I am watching us get closer and closer to that line to wear their the there d
person in people
and when, as you know, when the government took over health care here in amerika, my biggest warning was, you know they say they are not going to ration any kind of health care, but once there is a a financial situation, of course they are and that that's what germany did.
That's exactly right that in germany, a their excuse for getting rid of the elderly and and envied mentally ill from the asylums was they need the beds for wounded soldiers. Once you
once you deem value. Some human
Are you only certain human beings? That's that's. What opens the gates of Hell.
My mother in law just talked her. The other day and she's
getting older and
as she said they weren't they weren't.
to fill my prescription, the insurance and we ve always bad. We never had a problem and she
said for the first time I was scared like wait, a minute. Are you
in this, because I'm old
am I am I just no longer of value
there you go. I mean she recognized the signal she's awake
you weren't, you went to nuremberg out this year.
because we have a nuremberg code that apparently nobody is paying attention to any more
the worst violation of the nuremberg code, ever it's on a massive scale,
kobe injections of these issues and mash experiment
No other in history and unclear
showed mass medical experiment with people
being coerced into it not being informed as required
to what is known and not known about it. As far as safety spars side effects,
nothing, the ingredients are secret, its being
gun under military secrecy. Why.
Why should under military and and it happened both under trump
and continued under bag, and I mean there was no difference because there is
You know there are those who are really running this core another
good and unaccountable beer. In the end,
given toto incomplete immunity, I tell
the days they frighten me. In a way I mean we
gone from. We
gone from the the eugenics,
programmes to now trans humanism, which is-
exactly the same thing: just widely different technology, exactly picnic
by the way. At the time, one of the one of the features worth in germany was the most advanced in technology erect.
wrecked, and now we are, of course, and it
is really is terribly frightening to see this
similarities and you know I mean
who choose not to accept to be guinea. Pigs are
totally again ostracize demonize
at that time we, the jews, were accused of being spread,
the disease was at at at at at so they say,
that's what they said about covered people, I wouldn't get the vaccine exactly,
they're using the same script. It's just you know,
the names of different, but it's the in essence, it is its diversity
hiding mankind, you know into the
valued and devalued and they make enemies out of people.
and you know when you divide and separate, like that, we split human society that the most dangerous kind of thing. This is what happened then an and onlookers just look the other way. They choose
it was not to interfere in tat, happened to
The people you know the un, backed where people
one in public places, worrier shunning them like they were pariah.
So you're sitting you're you're here
with a very
large american audience and
if I'm sitting in my car and I'm listening to your I'm sitting at work, I'm thinkin. Ok,
scary is hack and what what? What do I do about it? Well, they drifted wicked. We really did
This will go nowhere if people rise up and stop obeying what they're being told to obey is against us all of us.
It's not a corona virus that we have to be afraid of. It is the new form of eugenics. If we have to be afraid of because it's one group after another after another
he didn't intend to end.
annihilating the jewish people he had bigger plan.
Then gonna be the polish
You know and that the same mentality, I say that those who have done this colbert thing another world these
ears to the not do you would you put out the? Would you put the
gain a function?
research and the push for that into the same category as either
acterrally you? Would it again gain a function
is illegal according to international treaties, because this is about bio warfare.
gain world action is a fan phrase which means melting right. What does it mean game? They always do that. The euphemisms that's another thing that they're nazis always had that chief for euston
is your program. It was to improve the children's health.
But but it was putting him in a truck with with the exhaust going into the back of it
there is no way to improve health with that. Well, you know when you
burke how m I gonna send and what the heck you can preferred language at the easiest p, I guess pinnable. Abortion is health care now so yeah right right. So this is
terribly terribly dangerous, because people need to understand and they should have gotten a whiff. You know. First, it was going to be right, two weeks or the flatten the curve to their isolation and, of course, they destroyed economy, which means you know. Middle class people now are dependent on government handouts. That's again,
the very, very bad time, because the government can always stopped the spigot. Are you gonna take
your I'd, love to have dinner with you sometime, I think you're right. You are spot on. I just love, you
hold on just a second I'm gonna, take a one minute break and then I want to come back and just ask you. So what does it mean stopped?
doing what you're told
I'm sure you, youth, you ve kind of x,
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the costs. Survivor very sure of she is also the foundered. President of alliance for human research protection Vieira.
what does it mean do just stopped.
Doing. What they tell you to do start disobeying
civil disobedience. You know that it also worked with martin luther king. Well, what a first of all, what I think needs to be done is now that
seventy fifth anniversary of the nuremberg code that has been sort of
can a shelf, because lawyers were too lazy to use it. If it is, it is in force, and it is part of the
international criminal code what people need to do,
is downloaded and use it, you
listen. You remember code as a defence weapon to protect
yourself being coerced into you know all kinds of medical
What a great pot I didn't hear! Any one makes that case. That would have been a very strong case exactly and that's what you know. That's what
I can do I mean we set up actually a website just nuremberg, seventy five dot com and people.
And it'll be in different languages and all that, but of course it's in english. For for america right, you need to. If, if you just read the
one of the reasons that the nuremberg code has been sort of shh shh.
It really is the man
Medical establishment decided it didn't they didn't, it didn't apply to them. This was just for them
nazi barbarians. No, it's not
was to ensure that the nazi barbarians don't pop
anywhere ever again, zactly exactly this was meant it. This is you
versatile. It applies to every
when being every human being, has the human right to voluntary, informed consent and euro there's? No. If, but there may be in eight days
thanks. A lot of euro really a lot of increase. We say:
who explained that that first principle is very specific. Now the nuremberg code is specific and simple floating everybody,
can understand every word there. I look about experiment, not study with a year. Now
if somebody is being asked to being a clinical study with studying, it means nothing Vieira. I can't I'm sorry to cut you off, I'm so sorry we have a network break, but
thank you for everything that you have done and I hope we get an opportunity to talk again. God bless
that's nuremberg. Seventy five dotcom the Glen back programme.
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It's our last guess was a little frightening
cost her survivor and somebody who has fought for
or the nuremberg coal code, her whole life.
And and seeing the crazy medic
experiments that here in the united states that she stopped our help? Stop,
and now to hear her talk about. You know the vaccine.
and how what he
huge leap to
birds, the nazi view of medicine, we
taken all around the world
and between this and canada. Just now, children
eighteen without parental concern,
and be euthanize if there
terminal, or they have a mental illness. Or are you kidding me? What are we doing? What are we doing and it's you know
I did say this fifteen twenty years ago, I said these things were on the horizon and nobody
Nobody wanted to listen, I didn't want to say them, but nobody.
wanted to listen but
I think this is showing us. You know you, you have to think out of the box and you
have to take
warnings seriously. When you see somebody say something or repeat something,
You know it's not a slippery slope. It's a long path, its road,
you're on the wrong road. Stop walking that direction,
I think of it as a a path, but it is down hill and
It is somewhat steep.
So it is a long road, but it can be charged quickly. You just shocking, I think you know we saw this in the last couple of years. You know new people get so the nazis
are a worst case scenario, which is why there are utilised all the time. There's this idea, you're not so ever supposed to bring up the nazis because it was such a
terrible thing, but of course that's the reason why you bring up the nazis to make sure you don't do that terrible thing again and in a look
No one is saying
that we're in the middle of a nazi era, but
You sit here and you look at the warning signs. If you come to a fork in the road and one of the paths is a downhill steep slope, you don't take too
steps down it and see what happens
because you could fall
That's why you protect against these things is important too. There should never!
be a time and the principle should rise above this, there should never be a time where you ask so you demand and in force and in force.
the power of law at gunpoint or whatever else, someone to take a picture
killer. Medication you think, is beneficial and if you think that it
if you think it's beneficial good. Take it. If you don't don't. That's
that's. It least how it should be in the united states of america
I don't know how we lost sight of the people who say their their anti fascist. Well, then, you should have been
the first ones on the line saying this is what fascist did in germany with medicine they would force you to take it and if
you wouldn't take it voluntarily. You were the bad guy. You were part of the disease, that's exactly what the germans did,
and to hear her say it a whole,
survivor is pretty remarkable, pretty remark
Yet at the same time, we have the president, the united states and the administration saying republicans are the ones who are semi fascist.
which is a fascinating, the semi house,
because he's saying that just a cover himself, but my problem
get about his days of truck driving in the middle of something
is like that was sammy fashion. But what
is the defining characteristic of fascism,
the defining characteristic of fascism is,
being mean it's
being even anti semitic right and it's all true huh
levels of control from a centralized government over its populace and fundamental thing?
little is everybody they control? You don't think
this, there's an announcement here, the butler past, couple days from two states that said
no company can make,
gas powered cars. You must make electric cars now that is quite close
to what you would call fascism not in they were executing people in the camps away, but the actual political philosophy we
You will no longer make radios, you will make missiles right erect. That's all
What happened all the time throughout afresh
learn mussolini, whoever would say hey. You know
we need this. You you're no longer doing that job. You're now doing this concept,
happen now. It also happens in communism. What it does
happening is a
constitutional republic, based or unlimited government can happen there,
which is why what is one of the reasons why we argue for that to be, I would say this
implemented because its currently does not exist. I would like it to be,
that's it again when you have,
president, the united states, for example, who can say you know what I just
even though I told you I couldn't do this. I just found a way to spend one trillion dollars without congress. When you
a president who can say that no,
because he's asked his own department of education that it's not legal is its own of debt.
Credit speaker of the house said it's not legal
they did it anyway, with all that knowledge, and when you turn around and say it is legal, yet
this change their mind where
You have a president united states who
Has a ban on evictions? The
case- goes to the supreme court, the supreme court says this is not constitutional and then he does it again.
You have someone who
fundamentally matches the description of what our founders intended for the articles of impeachment
This is exactly what this was designed for. Not for when you lie about
sex with your in turn, not forward
a perfect phone call now that
and nobody is talking about no talk about that, but
was designed to hit
A president who knows something is unconstitutional, and does it anyway
literally is trying to
is, is saying outwardly with the eviction thing that look it up.
probably get overturned, but at least we have a few more months of people not not getting through another apartments that is cool
italy against arts are our form of god's not protecting in defending the constitution, not at all it's totally against his own. Let me let me change the subject slightly.
modern said last week that it is going to sue pfizer its rival for quote copy.
Its ground breaking technology referred
to them there. I m rna covered vaccines guy now.
You watched my shows on blaze, tv about the covert vaccines.
You know that my dirt modernity and the? U s government collaborated together to produce
use em are in a vaccines. It is joint technology
donna and the united states government
both own together. That technology is a public private partnership. It goes back years,
including the funding and the scientists. In fact
We know from now released com
essential agreement documents that
diana was required to pay the. U S, government
continual royalties from the profits,
they earned from those vaccines
Even lists the bank accounts at the federal reserve, where the
payments had to go so,
Let me ask you.
who is really pushing the lawsuit? Is it madonna or is it the government or is it both of them because
both are the owners of that they're. Both
recipients of an awful lot of money, wouldn't that would they both benefit
from a big law suit, with pfizer.
The money is coming from the government. No,
money is coming from modern and everything they sell they.
to send a portion of that too
federal reserve as payment, but the money too,
those vaccines came from the federal government, so the government,
and be paying madonna to try to get me.
I'm getting all the money about it. I've exhibit
he's, making sense behind us federal government, and this problem would be one of their ski yeah yeah, not
The legal wrangling around that is bizarre
because you know I mean look
Madonna had a they were. Their company was
founded on this technology. Basically like that that yeah they were.
Pfizer. Obviously, they ve got little blue pills that people tend to enjoy seller, had lots of other business interact.
It'll, be interesting to see how that please, I don't know legally speaking, if they actually have a case here or not, but they both while they both for
pretty similar vaccines at the same time correct. But this was also, I mean maternal and their scientists have been pet publishing papers on this for a very long time, so that this is the thing
with with the with the stuff you put a paper out, you put a pat now like
you beauty alter that formula little bed and is it yours? I don't know, I don't know if that's what they're claiming pfizer did against the rules, I guess we'll see has plays out in court. I just like the fact that the united,
its government is not in a referee in this, but
actually kind of our. If it's go hard and the court system, a nice idea, that's a little frightening. A little bit are back in just a minute, Paden rodion about his experience with relief factory. Since I have had five back surgeries and after them, I was never able to stop having back pain
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before relief, the Glen back programme
there's a couple stories we didn't get to, I want to spend some time to morrow. Facebook has demonetized
over sixty of our videos. They
and told us why? But
we did some research and we started tracking what those all talk about. What
I'll, tell you about it
It's it's interesting because there is a direct connection. I believe to the fbi.
And there was another story out this weekend where the government
is colluding with
google and facebook in all of them. They are.
strongly suggesting! Well, then,
is curbing freedom of speech. That is the government.
picking winners and losers on speech
we'll get into that a little bit tomorrow. Also
The fact that Ozzy osbourne thinks america is so crazy that he's.
Moving to england and
my wife said last night:
You should just move.
of california would probably before it's true
those blaming it on
cool shootings in mass shootings, he's leaves
For that reason, which is an interesting thing, I think the
out of chemicals. He's ingested is much more dangerous than anybody
with a risk yeah.
of a school shooting or mass shooting the guy has literally pumped himself.
for ever he must be eighty percent drugs at this point, because this is of no use and molecular make a pretty gaunt me, I mean he's argon, he was gone when he started is reality shows just like twenty years ago, gave an imagine what it's like now, but I'm very upset by sea
there's a story but away on them. A good yes
You'd, be interested in this forum
your times. Talking about how we needed,
talk about how good a I is getting no artificial.
tell me something. I ve talked a lot about and tried to start the conversation of years ago.
You have really seem to take you up on that outside of some technical technology people, but just
how this this I thought this was pretty crazy.
Just five years ago, the biscuit
historian, they are world, was alpha, go but deep learning model built
I googled deep mind that could be best. The beetle
asked humans in the world at the board game. Go training
I do indeed tournaments was a pretty fun party trick, but it wasn't exactly the kind of progress most people care about, but last year deep minds alpha fold,
Nay, I system descended from the go playing game. Did something truly profound using a deep
neural network trained to predict the three dimensional structures of proteins from there.
dimensional amino acid sequences. It essentially solved, what's known as the protein folding problem, which had vexed me.
Killer, biologist for decades that was last year. This
Deep, might announced that alpha fold had made predictions for nearly all of the two hundred million proteins known to exist. So we ve gone from here
it can, when a board game
to solving a problem. The molecular by biologists could not solved by themselves for decades to it had solved.
two hundred million proteins in
less than five years,
is happening really fast? The point of the article is a point you've made on the air many many times. You've probably talked to Kevin Kevin russo column. You should talk to him because he's not
He's not saying this is gonna, be the of the world. Are you saying it's gonna be utopia, but
he is saying we are running out of time to have the conversation as to what we
going to do with the stuff. You has its going to overwhelm us and will be we're. Not gonna have the conversation
because they like it at the states, are going to be in charge of it. The federal
government and their public private partnership is going to
this. This goes back to the conversation that we had that year,
ago on this programme I said: look the banks,
trouble. We know they are in trouble. They screwed up with tarp the government, bailed them up a build them out. They got rich, they just made the problem.
bigger, there's gonna be another problem. One
give a more bailouts, because people will go crazy. World
Politicians are like either.
Silicon valley will not be liked because of a high and
oppressive it could become so
silicon valley needs the government. They also need the banks, the bay
sneeze silicon valley and the government. The government
silicon valley and the banks,
That's a nice little trio that they have set up for themselves, this
swear that collusion is coming from because
they know it's only a matter of time before them.
Pitchforks in the torches come out and only a I will be able to lock us down and stop that it's happening gang hurry. We should have a discussion about the run back programme.
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