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We had an interesting her
to tell ear in Texas. You know in Texas,
I think we run things better.
because the politicians are never in session,
which is the way the United States used me. We used to meet
I think it was once
every year in the summer, once every other year and
put it in Washington because they knew nobody would want to go to that swamp.
Speedo infested and
mayor of a town
and unfortunately, the the
politicians in everybody. I guess decided to make that a permanent thing, but it
it used to be that they would only come in that's the best scenario for republic
because it allows people do
have control of their own lives caught the yeah, the house in the Senate in Texas. They dont rule our lives because there never there, so they
ended their session in it. In
interesting way, wouldn't you say still, I would say in its its apparently as the I believe it was the the
times in a new story by the way road,
and summarised. These are the real
public and efforts to clamp down on voting
these goodness we have that happening very as you can see, and
democracy. Glenn Republicans, don't one people to vote there. Looking for selecting a group of six or seven people who will vote each year
they are trying to clamp down on that list. I do, of course, know about you, but I'm on that list in there all right in what I say goes right, all white men and there's about six of us, maybe seventy eight. If you can encounter zionist Master over in Israel, of course, so
is the big, the New Georgia law. Controversy is now Texas, because eight years each state has gone through it. The
national media has tried to come together to tell everyone how terrible it at these things are, and
now the latest one is in Texas, Texas took a while to get it done, came down.
to the end of the session, which was needed to be Sunday night
long story short what through
Democrats decided to do
because you know they lie.
democracy so much Glenn and
the first now too much democracy, the right that right in front of the voters must be respected. Yes, of course, as you payment, so what they do with these elected officials that were put in by voters, they do so
it instead of letting them I dont know accomplish
there were their jobs and actually do their jobs and get their get the bill that the media?
public and voters. All supported
through they decide to walk out and make it impossible to come up with a quorum, basically a procedural measure all so. The vote couldn't go through.
all in the name of democracy, democracy. Yes,.
so they stop the democratic process. Now, as you know, our republic republican process, if you will not not republican with a Kapital
are but a Republican with a smaller right. They stop de republican process, which
Part of that is democracy of you know all of them lining up and and voting. I stop that all in the name of that yeah really interesting, especially after being lectured for the past couple weeks of the terror of January Sixth and the insurrection attempt that we saw on that date, Glen,
The reason was that it was so offensive was not just the violence in the rioting. It was
because they stopped the democratic process from going forward.
That was such a terrible tragedy. Just
couple weeks ago now,
it to be praised. The Democrats walked out of the sessions. Are they couldn't get? The vote on now lie.
long term. They will have a special session and they will get the Voting Rights ACT done.
Here in Texas, but
fascinating about this. Glenn is not only that there
stopping democracy to preserve democracy, as it were? To paraphrase
Oh George, Bush life
capitalism I gotta get to violate the free market to save the free Marduk. Exactly then, really were Georgia as other doing here, but
Did you do this? You know it's it's.
Typical bill that you ve seen from republicans this cycle, which is basically hey
we think, maybe you should be able to prove we are before you vote things.
Like the overwhelming
one of the most popular
items in our national discourse, which is
Voter idee things
This is improved by seventy and eighty percent of minority voters. Seventy in eighty percent of democratic voters approve a voter. I am, but it's tough toss out there as if it's the most offensive thing. You ever heard your life so mostly stuff, like that. The one judge
like in Georgia, where they they latch onto you can't have water.
Really lie used here. What people are going to vote to get water and now you're taking over the water, because water is the reason why people get lined vote every every November,
really sit, so ha so high in the summer November November, at November, he'd would pay for the summer movies, so evil are dropping dead, the lines in November from heat they because you don't have any with Brigham Water. That is. Are they didn't Georgia? So they didn't attempt that rang in Texas. What they're doing in taxes is the risks
the vice president. Waste grants. I did a brisker first. I voted in Georgia and I didn't get any water now. What no brisk! So what they're trying to do in Texas is their highlighting this one part of
very law that was also part of their original
the Georgia law. Basically, it says you
ass. You can vote early.
yes, you can vote early on weekends,
yes, you can vote early on Sundays, but you can
Nay morning early, you
vote until I think it's one p m on Sunday, whoa whoa whoa, whoa whoa. Now,
Oh my gosh look at the oppression right! That's what they're saying now. Why are they saying that I mean the
problems are saying: look you know we want to be able to protect people who work at the polls and have their ability is still go to church, so we too
people, forced to avoid church tactical work at the balls, because if the poles are religious,
just so you know: Texas is the closest to a blue law state that I've ever seen, and it's all
choice, people do
go to church. I know it's weird Democrats, but people do go to church
You know when you're not putting their pastors in jail
in Texas and
Very few stores are open on Sunday.
a lot of people take. You know the Sabbath
actually as an important thing, it's against the law for them in some places do close. There's a lot of place ice open to, but those they're not at all heavily trafficked, as you might think, because people
are actually at church. We don't highly is that it is a high population, religious of voting rights and citizenship. So so, but never
the Democrats are saying well, the only reason there doing this is because
they're, trying to limit the souls for the Poles glad
source for the poles souls hang on just a second, my friend, hey Sarah. Do we have the gospel music here as we talk about the souls for the poles,
that is fantastic so are they? Are they actually being honest? This time the while souls were the poles, that's dead people voting now
I should say you are sold to the post war era it. So I guess it's not it's that we don't want our our broader registry. We want dead people, it's it's there.
claim. Ba was
a big you have been, they took the mask off already. I thought maybe there's also like yeah we're still with names of dead people. It's the souls were the people would not be surprised honestly at this point on this one I am by, would neither so cells to the polls is a programme that runs, let me know largely in black churches, which is it
that after church, everyone
together and they all go to the polls to vote early? I guess now
I mean I don't know what time church runs in I am I did. They runs various times: users, multiple services in Texas, I've noticed your immune allotted churches have show times airline politically relevant movie, theater, three or four services per day right, because so many people that actually go to church here, but the idea
That, like what,
accusing Republicans of ease, alter
the time schedule so that
One could vote before one p m, but because,
They think they're charges
the amount of people who will go from church directly to the polls.
In theory, if it was, I don't know what I was your church and eleven or twelve. So you
have to wait an hour of course. The whole point
is to make the pole workers,
we are also going to church giving them time to get to the balls to open, but
What they're saying is there just trying to limit black people because they apparently
and again. This is racism again
racism and action here by Democrats? Who are you
simply trying to make the case that black people care so little about his gun
and in society that, if given ape
an opportunity to vote, but they need to wait an hour will not vote
because they care so little about this country. These cared so little about the state that they will not
wait for an hour after church to go vote because they act
We care about the pole, workers also being able to go to church these religious people. What do you think
the port workers ability to go to church so that they can go immediately after apparently
the accusation here and there
so. This is the only reason for doing this is to limit black voting and there
or this is anti democracy, which is why we can walk out on the democratic process at the last minute. Ok, my head. Follow that's from trying to do the gymnastics on this one word
Democrats, the ones that we're trying to shut down all of the churches good was it ended, I mean
that is, the demographic, the Marxist it
are not really vote,
church. You know
god here is a group of people than that
spent the last year telling you you're not allowed to go to church at all
are going to be fine, your pasture is going to be arrested. If
try to go to a worship service,
they're, the ones telling you that democracy is at its edge. If black
Jeez aren't allowed to cart their voters directly to the balls from
in addition to all of this, we spent the last how long with the Democrats
telling us it's against the law for any
anything positive about a report
looking policy from the pulpit, because it's a violation of the separation of church and state learning at their tax.
exemption status removed, but yet
Sold for the polls is so vital to democracy that apparently now you're allowed to go to church. Just so you can get to the ball is in the sand, and I love this souls further pools. Aida just couldn't be any more clear, your ears, the Hague, to me, you gotta losers, tax status. If you
the inner mingle at all church and the pole,
you, you lose your tax status
you know I wouldn't exemption of souls
the Poles and Alaskan Hawaii who or what
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to every place. I went to said now hiring
now hiring please
come in and take a job
Is there anyone out there anyone within the sound of my voice? Do you have two legs? Maybe you're missing to arms. Kenya work the fry later, some way or another, with your teeth
I mean they will take any body anybody.
because everybody is just kicking back on the the Biden train?
and it is really frightening when you think about it, when you, when you, you look
what's happening to us
we have already. I mean they produce those.
have, you ever tried to hire some white people to do work, not aben happen
Why why people don't do work? I didn't. I was not familiar with this theory now now
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You know my grandfather.
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I travelled with I travelled with five teenage boys across the country.
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Thank you so much for everything that you have sacrificed and all of your friends that you have lost. I am
Billy Grateful, as is my family.
What did you do this weekend's do? What
the notable things I did was the US to go see a quiet police part two
which, though they fought for that's that's what they fought for compromise that we actually did and he enjoyed the long weekend as common recommended and
did go, see quite Place Party, which was really I
it was really interesting to to do
because I've been to the movies. A few times I went actually in May twenty twenty one point.
Gray, and I agree that we have to go to a movie. It was really terrible than diesel movie and we were
two people, not only in the theater, but in the entire cedar complex. I dont know. If you saying we went to a really bad in Van Diesel movie narrow,
it down and now it does it? Doesn't it all the more? So if, if the reason the theater was empty was because of in diesel or the pandemic windows, but so far, but it was interesting to see quite placed portuguese I've been looking forward to this for a while. I really like the first one and
So, on March, eight, twenty twenty John Kwasniewski-
Jim from the office did he's been great, a bunch different projects, but he never saw this
never thought of his directing talent. There were when he was working at a paper company now really he's gone into. He got his life together. I heard a lot of time at the gym, apparently and he's been thinking about erect movies so that we can
He is at a red carpet event
or a quiet place part to those about to be released in a couple of weeks that weekend
there's a hundred million dollars down at the box office the next weekend it good
down to fifty three million dollars and then
large twentieth that weekend, which is the weekend them a quite
party was supposed to come out. It goes from
fifty three million and drops down slightly to four thousand one hundred and sixty dollars nationwide,
she's a one. What would they round to a one hundred percent drop,
that period where, on March eight, he is masterless, no social, distancing, doing a red carpet event for this move
it's coming out in less than two weeks to
we being delayed for what they think. It's gonna be a short time.
Turns into what fifteen months
for it was so this move
sitting here, ready to go for fifteen months
finally released this weekend and to me it felt like the first real. Like we're act.
Really back at theatre
type of events like why do you say, then? Why do you say that while they tried a couple times to restart this right, the first one was tenant?
in the summer last year, which flopped miserably and was also a. I also want to see in the movie theater and was terrible.
and then agree. They sort of have done in a couple times here with a split releases like Godzilla versus Kong came out and made like almost thirty million dollars in theatres a couple of months ago, a babo too
her cat, a movie. They came out cold enough that,
You know I wasn't. Managers really goes. I liked it alot about. It was great, it wasn't a tadpole type of movie right.
Quite places the first one I feel like it
in theatres. They really
and for this is the old school did over food. I think over fifty million dollars this weekend, which is way way about re yeah. Now,
If it was released in March of twenty twenty with no pandemic.
Probably would have done a hundred million dollars in
We can so it's not fully back, but it was in other things.
These were crowded. Why
They know. I went to book a normal time movie with my wife one time one night this weekend and it was like
crowded enough that you know
hard to find a good seat in the theater.
Like wasn't completely sold out the theatres we looked at, but it was mostly sold out even
nay, I want to going to was pretty crowded format, nay,
felt like a you know, this is it's. Come
back around and it's funny because that that the story of the movie
parallels the me
stream media telling of the pandemic, which is like
What, if you listen to the media like we're open one day there
No one is allowed to go. Do anything. If you haven't in person conversation everyone, there dies, that's
story, the pandemic to the media.
It's all of the movie
is it the perils of them? I would as were. Actually you know pretty amazing
I feel like found. She, though, was trying to sell us these big monsters
beginning I bought into it. You know just a few months: it I'm like no do
That's a quiet place, that's not happening here, let's just not happening here, while it it's the toughest kind of movie to make in it.
Again runs parallel to the pandemic. Like the first movie, you spent the entire time figuring out like what,
Hell is going on right, there's something's, going on something bad is happening. I don't know what it is. One of these things look like what is going to happen. I don't understand how this occurred. When you make this,
equal to the movie. It's a lot harder to make that movie, because you know what the creek,
look like you under
Stand all the rules of this. You know a horror, movies scenario and soda.
people interested in it. It's a lot harder to make the movie. This is why, like every like, Jason or Friday, the thirteenth movie, they just up the death count in the sequel skills that I don't know what else to do, what we didn't kill more people on making bloodier- and I mean how many seventeen year olds are gonna- have sex at a camp can now make him. We kill its skills when it again where this is like it, they did a really good job, pulling it off its up. There
part of its opposite, though, like you get to a point where, once you learn the rules, what
a situation where you have, let's say a vaccine,
available to every
the person who wants to take it above the age of twelve right. You
Fear can't be there any more right like
It feels like people, certainly in Texas, but I think this is even starting to pour me out of the blue states.
People are ready. This is it fell to me like the first time. You know
That it was like we were able to go back to normal a little bit like, even and even in a movie. Theater glad no masks mean ninety.
And of people not wearing masks going into a movie theater name, that's a different, it's weird! It's it real
depends on where you are ya.
You know I was in a cross country this weekend and I was in
You know small towns all the way and
I really didn't see any mask use.
You go to LOS Angeles, you go to New York and people are wearing fourteen masks on her face
and for no reason it is Julia, been drilled into their head and its
It's really quite sad. I was talking to someone who my friend of mine who lives in Pennsylvania this weekend, and he was telling me he's, like you know, like all the CDC thing, guidance changed and
All the stores now say like masks or optional, but
seen a thirty percent. Maybe forty percent of people are not worrying, masks and he's like I'm going in there. Every time without a mask are now, unlike what
think people lose here? Is that that that's just cultural right that-
that's not a scientific, Joe, doesn't
You would argue these states have higher vaccination rates than than even a state like Texas. Does it's like it's just
cultural thing at this point and people get very,
frustrated about these restrictions, and rightly so. We ve talked a lot about how their
Wrong and not following the science and all these things and that's all totally legitimate the
The day when the histories written about this pandemic, the fact that Texas
burned up a couple of months earlier than you know
Slovenia will hope which opened up a couple months earlier than California is not going to be the headlines.
like it says it's not the top of this of the story here it if you're in one of these states it feels like an eternity, but
I think you know we are getting we're at the point now where, if you look back,
four months ago it wasn't thirty or forty percent in a blue state that were at last it was zero percent or five percent. Now
its thirty or forty percent in a month from now only fifty or sixty, and then it will be eighty and then it'll be a hundred and
are going in the right direction. Texas feels
the ECB. The only exception to this I would say at this point is
some places still have their employees wearing masks. Other than that, I would say, we feel appeals and zero percent back ten years in Texas
Why are you you might be pissed off if you're in a blue state hearing that like how can that be happening? We do live and to America's right now, but this
is coming to you. It's just. You have me
The people around you voted for terrible governor and it's going
Take a while you're gonna have to pay for that vote for a couple of months, while they are
all these things, even when the science? Clearly says it's time to change:
these policies, but
The aid is coming. We are on the right side of this. I think- and it was kind of encouraging to see people buy
Can a friggin movie theater again
fifty million dollar movies is soon will be at a hundred million again, and maybe more
You know these regular,
I back for all.
which I denied as much as I can sit here and I like to
Don't worry about me!
states in blue states, it would be nice to have. I don't know, there's a lot of good
people in those states that have been beat up by all these policies will be nice to see them. Feliciano, yeah,
I will tell you that we were, we were driving up. I had a very different weekend and then I think you did. Although
I was sitting in front of a bunch of teenage boys that I had to say: could you just shot for a few minutes
but we were driving through the mountain as we were coming into the canyon here for the ranch
I saw in animal. I never ever want to see again. It was a cougar
and it was about. Two o clock in the morning was Madonna Hand, were drive and who have been here.
The dollar woof yeah. You know what I think, there's more frightening dandy, actual cougar resolved, but he was standing across the road he took. A full lane
she was that big,
thing was enormous.
we're coming around the corner and stop the car. Energy
looks at us like like?
like the car, was a refrigerator you'd
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By the pound on the on the earth. If you will
was less expensive than pork,
Why is that
farmers. I want you to know. Ranchers and farmers
We're gonna be doing especial on this in the next couple of weeks, because something is very wrong.
and we're gonna delve into a little bit of this coming up in just a few minutes, but something or something is very wrong with the four companies that do all of the
the lumber distribution and
something is wrong with the meet our processors, the for companies that are doing all of our meat processing- I
Think it is, I think, it's a monopoly that needs to be broken up quite honestly,
There are only four of these companies and they all seem to be moving in exactly the same direction
two of them are foreign on one is owned by Brazil?
other is owned by China. Can we
stop selling our medicine and our food too.
Could we maybe learn from a lesson,
don't have not be dependent on foreign countries, for our food or for our medicine.
But beef is gonna, go through the roof soon,
Friday, beef was selling for less than pork. It's never happened before in history, and yet it cost more money to feed a cow and raise a cow than it has a very long time. So as to the farmers there not getting bridge the the grain or is there and they are not making the money whose making the money here whose getting like two thousand, how are two thousand dollars and profit for each country?
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security to our own. Our have been shaped by the
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so those are great words. They really are, but I'm having a hard time squaring them with
try I'm trying to square them with.
So let me be honest with you ll Emily
did you see the do we happen to have the video of Joe Biden when he was talking about the very young girl he's at a speech?
not going to go into the
happiness of the very young girl thing.
I just want you to listen to him here. It is
I'm honored to be joined today by Governor Northam by two great representative, well, Congressman Glory and Congressman Scott. Listen to it, and I want to thank you. Thank you for all. You do to represent the service, the family, members that caregivers survivors or call Virginia home, I'm especially honor to share the stage with Brittany and Jared to Nathan and Margaret Catherine. I love those Brett's, not here man, I tell you what I'm looking at looks like he's. Nineteen years old
we'll have to overlook the Guerriere Dewey. I mean it completely hotel. I mean you give guy, that's not my point, but I think it should be made to go ahead. Stew, it was
really creepy. You all heard it, and you know it was creeping Erin. I understand that there is an utterly he's going for there, but he is they
tell him not to try doing it again, because it does not work.
It is really super creepy. However,
Did you notice how he is just
Emerging bring me, I love those birds and bring me.
And he just sounds like he's really
tired, Lego, Laguna, nab him pretty soon,
I'm not sure
that. He even knows. I think he has surrounded himself by radicals,
and I dont know, if he's even getting the truth on what is happening with his policies, because
How are these radicals writing these speeches for him, these
beaches, don't reflect
the policies of the air of him for the most part that that,
you know democracies imperil because of the the want of
yeah who's calling for a dictatorship,
who's. Who is who is building the framework of a dictatorship
who's. The one is trying to change all of our systems.
So it's easy to stay in power.
Who is the one that is demonizing half of the country? It is its
its frightening and I,
pull the other day that democratic.
There are no mean the ones in Washington. I mean the average Democrat that you know that lives next door to you. That is normal.
They're starting to be concerned about
some of these things that are happening there, starting to look at the woken and say, as is going too far,
You know it looks like we're starting to
edge into Marxism will welcome,
the Party Democrats. I hope you, I hope you
wake up a little faster because democracy is in peril and
I don't understand the policies.
You know we are looking at probably two million
dreamers coming in over the border two million in this year,
At the time when Americans are not working party,
people will work.
I don't know about you, but I see I see
you know in new immigrants, assuming their legal or illegal,
but I see new immigrants and they are working hard
They know what the american dream is.
So is that it is it is? Are we just living off of this new labour and then Americans are not supposed to go to work
everywhere. It is
happening. We're Americans just aren't going to work. I got a friend who wrote to me he said Glenn, my
my neighborhood. Facebook page is now
a constant stream of job openings for low wage positions. People are.
Planing, because mercury coffee just shut down here
so they can find people Jimmy Johns is now shut down, not big.
Of covert, but because he can't find anybody to work it, the local
It's a place can't find any one I just play.
An order it Mcdonald's and drove up to pick it up the matter
you told me she can do curbside because they don't have enough people even to keep the drive through running
we're dozens of cars, waiting like seventies gas lines for the drive through at Mcdonalds.
what's happening to us.
Well we're we're. So many are not willing to go back to work.
and this is going to mean really bad things.
Now, I want to talk to you about the price of gas
the price of everything that is going up. Then
not all of it is because people won't go to work. Some of it is
We include all food and energy costs into our sepia. I.
Which we don't because the government says all whose numbers are two volatile, I'll just go up and down, and we do want to include include personal,
The consumer product in index- I mean consumer price index, I mean because
they'll go up here,
to include them like we use to? We be closed,
to twenty percent analyzed rate of inflation. Twenty
John Williams: that's shadow stats, pegged nineteen eighties era sepia at twelve percent in April,
paired to the four percent that the government tells us, it is.
But even he noted that is
Inflation index doesn't include all food costs, for instance, dining out
I'm not dining out all the time, but I'm using Goober Eads more than I ever have before.
if gasoline moves up to five dollars, a gallon
even his index,
be higher closer to eighteen percent.
We also have another problem and I
would love to hear from you
anybody who is rancher or somebody who,
cells lumber on their land or a longer, because
something is very very wrong. We
a growing issue in both the lumber and meet packing industry.
Now on Friday,.
and this is why I question the president.
We have lumber up over eight hundred percent increase the price
rid per cent in an increase
We also have our housing shortage now. People are trying to buy houses, but their buying houses and a re
or I should say at a price that we
have never seen before in human history
when you look at the case Schiller Index
never has a mirror
paid this much for a house
it's almost double what it was in two thousand: seven right before the big collapse where
Everybody lost their houses.
One of the reasons is because the houses are about thirty percent more expensive to build right now,
because of a shortage of lumber. Now you're,
President of the United States. What do you do?
if you believe in the United States, if you're trying to help out the consumer do
you do things to make lumber less expensive or more expensive.
On Friday, prison
invite and put a new tariff on Lumber,
so now we have any lumber that is coming from. Canada has
new tariff on it.
Well. That's not helpful that woman,
The price of lumber even more expensive,
now there are four companies for companies that run the lumber mills they're all
Oh for companies that are the largest meet packers.
They control over ninety percent of all of the product in America.
So if you are looking to buy meat, your most likely going to get it from these for processing plants
Eighty percent you're looking for a lumber, you're gonna, get them from these four different lumber companies.
There is something you could make.
and there are some senators now include
in democratic senators.
Who are now looking at the price of beef and what is going on in the price of lumber and they're, asking questions and
They're doing is they're asking the Justice Department to
look into it to see. If there's any collusion,
You trust the Justice Department.
Consumer prices are up more than a hundred per cent in each industry, but what's
driving the shortages.
Is more collusion between major companies, keeping the supply short rather than skyrocketing demand or shortage of production,
in both cases, lumber and beef.
Fortune, one hundred companies
Control the industry are making huge,
profits right now, gigantic profits.
but the producers and consumers are getting.
with a chainsaw out in the fall
arrest, he's not make.
the guy who has has
purchase this land and is
trying to thin sum of forests by taking some of the lumber he's done
if you have heard of cattle and
You are trying to sell them at market. You ve
paid the highest price you may have paid in a very long time for grain.
You have to raise the price of your cow because
you pay, it cost you so much money.
if you're lucky,
making about eight cents a pound?
that's barely enough to keep the lights on if you're lucky as
as a Friday,
you weren't, making anything you
lucky to break even
Most are losing money, so
have plenty of beef. We have
body of cattle,
here's the breakdown,
I'll tell you the excuse.
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So it is, it is not the fault of the truckers,
it is not the fault
the producers. We know now that the producers are paying more for grain.
they are the cheapest logs. We ve had in a very long time so what's happening because the
the guys who are actually producing them.
not getting any more money. In fact, they're getting less
so where is coming from.
well, the meat producers are blaming it on the truckers.
Truckers would not be, could not be responsible,
for a one hundred percent increase.
Yes, we have shortages of people who want to work, but the truckers.
are being paid more than they were.
Not enough to make
our beef, this expensive its
the producers level, the people who
actually take the beef
process it and then get it to the stores they are made
he profits there.
Our record profits.
and because there's only four of them too
which are foreign owned. When are we learn that lesson?
because there's only four of them. I believe it's a wink at a nod. I
if I can prove it, but there needs to be an investigation by its gonna be the job.
V, I believe, are looking at profits and saying
Why would we work harder when we
making more money than we ever have. We
words were putting out loud
and we're making more money?
Why would we want this to change? I
think these companies are in it for Americans, I don't
These companies are actually doing the right thing
They're doing the right thing for the shareholders, perhaps for thee,
he owes. Perhaps
not doing the right thing for the american people.
And somebody in government needs to have a hearing
call them to task. Has
anybody clean enough in Washington DC to do it, because the price of your house and the price of the food that you put on that kitchen table are going
two skyrocket, if this doesn't stop soon, you are also going to put all of the farmers out of business. You're not gonna. Have anybody they can afford to raise cattle for meat, but don't worry
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this is the Glenda programme. I wanna play something I found on lonesome lonesome lands, it's a it's a rancher kind of website, and this is
Does the guy who gives the updates his name is Jim wonderful? I want you to listen to what he says about the prices of of beef
in the grocery store and on the farm,
the view. Imagine yourself as a key factor in you.
who are and to head of cattle every day and on.
To head you're, making two hundred dollars per head, so you make him four hundred dollars a day and you're, making a good living on a good profit.
and all of a sudden, some happens, and now you're only able to make one a only able to butcher one head of cattle a day
and on that one head, because there is less supply b.
you're able to increase your pricing and all of a sudden you're, making a thousand dollars a day and see
indeed so. You're income has jump to head a four hundred one head, a thousand
and now you got less payroll, less facilities needed less logistical issues, just less everything and you're making more money. Are you gonna be in a hurry
to go back to go by
can work harder for foreigners
there's a day or even want to sit on your thousand dollars a day and just
I get in, is rocketing
in this budget that one
You're gonna wanna sit on a thousand dollars a day, but in it
petted a marketplace, what you would have
Somebody else would say they would want that market share. They would want that shelf space and they would come in and they will but your two four six, eight whatever it took, because
In a competitive market, place
But in this scenario there's only four of you
as you and three other beef backers in you. Just gonna look at each other, while you're making your thousand dollars a day and think, and why would we ever go back? Why would we ever increase increase production again when we can sit back and make them
Make more money than we ever dreamed of, and so
That's where we're in
what they are doing, is illegal.
That's alright. They always have to have an excuse right now. They're excuses a labour shortage last year,
It was a covert of course in the year before that there was a little fire that,
broke out in one of the beef one. Beef Bang complaint in Kansas in its just always another excuse and every time the profit margins just get more. They just stretches profit margins out more and more
This is something that I never knew and never followed, and most people don't because we're too far away from the land. But what he was just saying is exe.
Actually what all the ranchers around me say every single time. It's always something
We now have for companies that produce about ninety percent of all the beef in America, Thyssen's foods, GPS, Cargill,
and Smithfield Foods.
they're, the ones that are controlling the
market and the market price we
I've got to start,
getting away from these big companies on almost everything,
we know the one thing that people have right on the on the left. If you wealthy thee
idea that we should
Think globally, but act locally.
The more we have given all over the power over our food over our medicine, everything
out of our states many times out of our country. We
I've got to find these small meet packing plants again and
Encourage them and start buying from them, because this is out of control by
and in Ohio, hello, Ben.
Yes, there are good morning out things in Texas.
Really good yeah, well
talk about. You know the inflationary raid on on food pricing going up.
Our family, here in our village we honor
Very, a small meat processing prefer
what do we do? Everything but flattering.
and we re all of our products.
Nuclear are on our farmers upside down.
and why I tell you what
I don't mean to sound cliche but since January,
Twenty protein prices have drastically.
Greece. You know we thought that last year,
glad you know we saw last year due to call that you know
air and we saw a huge, huge, huge price increase.
and we also saw huge price decrease-
immediately after that and now
saying that again
Like you said, we're saying these excuse is being played out of less labour.
Obviously we know there is less labour out there, but you are correct,
correct. There are four companies that control the price.
here in the United States
It's like almost like the mafia if there
buying. If they are not doing it, I mean they control the price of what the animals cost.
at the market.
And they're making all of this money on the end, where
the farmers in the ranchers and the people who grown the grain there
well they're they're, the ones that not only are they doing, though, processing to the final consumer.
Also owning the product is well and they are not there, not the small family farms that raise the hundred too. I found
ten thousand cattle
every year by them better. Do it at that?
and with it the corporate Albania's work for the man, so to speak, so yeah what were
are our family business here or were inanition there. That's where we're operate and fell directly to it from farm.
table if you want to call about another, that's real out hot first point
right now, tat word to say: you're talking about the before companies. Not only do they control the price
they control or the regulation as well to and make it much more difficult for the small family farms to be successful.
And I call on the warm organization of our food not unfair, to stay too
a retail like Walmart, but they want you to go by.
These small. They don't want you to buy from us small producers and region.
They want you to go into the large retailers like the girl augurs like the public's,
like around here. What we have here are Meyer stores as well two or more hole through their cost goes end. They trick you and your thinking that those places are actually left one year,
actually paying more than this
but they have no baby one or two items that are.
after that, a small retailers, but everything else,
Ben. Thank you. So much for your phone call is if we need to find our own processors,
locally and by farm to farm, to table, let's go to MIKE in West Virginia hello MIKE,
MR back our easier MIKE.
Sir. You I'm gonna
Sue. I might have a little bit different perspective on this. I work for a company that manufacturers animal
feed trailers I sell these trailers to everyone has just been mentioned on the air within the last five minutes.
I was telling your call screener the name of my car
he who I deal with and what
I'm being told out their Glenn. Is that
The three main ingredients to animal feed is corn soy and these off
Obviously you don't, but diesel fuel wanted, but you gotta have a product from point a to point b and
I've got people out there telling me not only at the big producers, such as the ones you mentioned, Smithfield Thyssen, but also-
Your smaller female there were hundreds of small feed mills in the hills.
Pennsylvania, Ohio so and so on
no telling you that by this time next year, so it could be, double
One could be doubled in diesel could be for fifty a gown and that's not unrealistic.
And one that have, I dont think its own. Will.
and I just like mike- I don't think, that's unrealistic at all, and I agree with you.
The three ingredients for cattle, but I am saying, is that the
average rancher brings his cow, who he is.
To pay more for diesel fuel. He has had to pay more
for his feed he's.
Getting that back. He's break
king, even at best
and is the soldier solely all the profit margins are coming from
or going to the meat processors they're not going to everybody else
They are certainly not go into the rancher
Your dear absolutely correct and the bottom line, and all this line is that an
We don't quite understand, I am maybe you do, but the bottom mode
later in all of this is energy prices.
Cost more money, the move, raw material from point eight.
Maybe that's just gonna be
No common such to realise that it's gonna cost more money to move the end product from point a to point b,
We think that is moved in the animal feed industry or the animal production industry is done with diesel fuel.
Whether it be trains, semi trailers. What have you
He and one went off
the bad and they don't buy it like you. When I buy it and Glenn
by no other paper loud and show wonder
You know when they're right, a dollar eighty five, a gallon, which they were a year ago right now,
Now there are almost double that dead, the wounded
pays for this and we can all think
Uncle Joey for this, the one at that
for this is you and me and everybody else that want to sit down and
and and have a good meal, and it's not just beef. That's where people
all those ingredients I gave. You know turkey feed. That's turkey feed at chicken feed, that's cow feed
it's a coffee. This got a little bit less of that. I am talking from the dairy side of it then some of the others.
Some of the dairy feeds get molasses in it.
more sweeteners, inoculate more appealing to two that animal but went but corn soy,
what the other people don't realize gonna, maybe you do it when you rolling on the roads of Ohio, Indiana Illinois, I grew up in Chicago area and you see all these fields of corn. Ninety five percent of that kind
in so doing that you see when you rolling down the back roads
Having made Illinois, that is not for human consumption that for animal consumption
I mean that's, not yours. We thank you
I agree with you might think: you're gonna cut you loose. We have Verne on the phone have overrun.
one hour you I could tell you.
Thank you for getting to these topics today. I have a different perspective than most on this.
I work for company that leases rollerblades to security personnel, patting zoos, and
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I am fascinated by this at the level of I, like
a grocery stores. Often, as you might know, by looking at me- and I
You realize how well capitalism works when you think about
are all of these things, all these products in the stores that always there whenever I need them, and I spent
approximately zero minutes thinking about how they get there. I
I am not required by right at all by the by the country at all to even think about this in
I do realise these problems are real.
So I'm with you, I never think of it, either until the men, until the price of until my grocery store, says we're not even buying beef ribs anymore.
because they're far too expensive, no one will buy them, and I
I'm hearing that in a community of ranchers that
stats nuts, and so you start to look at it and go ok a week what what part of the capitalist system is breaking down here
and there's several things that are breaking down
and if we are going to, if we're going to be able to afford meat,
there is a possibility that this is part of the Eu S g thing. Two of those companies that are the beef producers are also making fake meat, which would be great further. Yes, jeez scores, you were putting ranchers out of business once you do that. All you have is corporate meat and you're held hostage. You can't lose the local farmers, especially when you go to the grocery store and look at the price of food to death. Is the program Peggy Sue?
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So I grew up on farm kind of in the summer. Is my grandparents had a farm and there wasn't anything I could do faster than get off of that farm. It's in readable, work,
however, I think we lost it as a nation when we lost connection with the soil and how things grow and are produced
I want to talk to somebody. Why admire a great deal who has been on the programme before
and whose voice I seek out when the price of meat is starting to go up his name
Steve Stratford, he's a Kansas cattle, buyer and Angus breeder.
And since the manager of Pratt Livestock Pillow Steve how area
the morning goin on great
thanks for had a meal
bad now, Steve here's, what I'd like to do because most of the audience doesn't it does
care a bright,
the price of cattle, and they should can you frame this so people who are just the good just go to the grocery store, their living in a city there living a normal life and there
connected from the farms can
who explained what's happening to the beef and why it is so important
I tell you want doing right now, the
packing industry is controlled by such few amount of people that basic.
Today they can now, but the screws
the consumer and the producer both and and capture a margin in the metal. That is not true.
A percentage equity theirs
basically you know there
their property this week, a thousand dollars a head and only met animal for a week or less and the produce
There's margins are negative, a hundred to me.
Twenty or thirty dollars,
They got an eighteen month, investment in that animal rights
the people who are raising the cows. They are losing money now at the open market,
why is the market I mean cause they're paying more for feed. They do have at least twelve to eighteen months. In that cow that they had the feed it and care for it and give it its vaccinations and everything else-
and now they're losing money
That sounds like a company trying to put farmers out of business.
Exactly right and numbing you're talking about that producer losing money, while our product at the retail sector is at record levels, Andy demanded insatiable.
This happened, they ve got so much captive supply and control handed to them that they don't have
actively bed, knows no true price discovery on those cattle, so
got the deal controlled and their put new screws
the retail sector and also the producer
The NGO in mind do get it down to just a few very large print
search that they are willing to work on a margin,
and put the average smaller operator out of business in this country.
So the free market system. It has completely broken down correct,
You know we ve lost any price, discovering any connection to be here to the prom.
You know they are they can now.
They can price in the retail sector and basically give the producer whatever they want.
so the Trump administration was looking into these.
because of covert, and they said all this is the price and the farmers are getting screwed because of covered
and he didn't think so. Do you know if any of that was was done was was her any result to that.
Who were actually waiting on the results of the numbers of fire and packing plant were still waiting on the final results of that investigation. All that stuff is
down any real true fruition or answers,
we speak right now we have a couple. Three derives from a different senators to open another d, O J Investigation
So what is the? How long can rancher you know?
wait this out? I mean I don't know any ranchers that can lose that kind of money on their cows and then just well. Well, I just do it again for a year and hope that its better next year
the island and were at that point now go and aware of the clocks thick and fast.
where it is such a large investment out here for these people, and then they have to invest
much time, capital or labour that tab.
don't start getting a plausible return here, we're not see a lot of these producers go out of business and how that affects the consumer. Is the
Like I said before I mean these. These big backers comprise it did the retail sector. However, they want they own different.
much of the protein business
their controlling that whole meet counter with also investment in fact meet. Let's price there alongside arm run it
no Miss Admiral,
rising by the backer. I mean you go into the effect of the foreign
he's coming in and as long as it's processed here can be labelled the product of the USA.
Gotta come in from all avenues of me right in the middle of the american taxpayers and and billions of dollars to the
Eric and rancher. The American Baxter
just as well wrote those checks to the four major.
hackers because they're the ones it got that margin our products.
Was never and problem are planned.
never was added discounting the me in,
and we had to bail out the american ranchers wonder when the
This raises a record level went and matches,
so we were talking to Steve Stafford whose report on this I've. Why watched, I think, on Friday or Saturday, and
You know I am, I am not a rancher, but I dabble in TAT House and
the one thing that I have learned is this
start with cove id there's, always in excuse and it it. It looks like that
this started to get bad around twenty fifteen, which I think is interesting when you lose
the Paris accords, because they went down as as well at that time.
and the they were then pushing the corporations and big banks into this. Yes g thing, but
let me just give you in an article here. That really is disturbing
from animals and quoting meat from animals will be a luxury,
and very pricey in the future, the
People will have to turn d vegetable derived alternatives which will be cheaper. This
According to J B S, chief executive officer
your belt, oh Tom. What is it Tom Zoning
this is cheap meat GPS saying years ago that this is going to become very, very pricey why
What are the indications that be?
is going to become more pricey in the future. Other then,
people, wanting to engineer prices to be
gotta packers. Investing in the alternative meets porches direct competition in may
you know? There's no reason right now for what the producers receiving for the meat to be at the price. They are just a monopoly on that on me,
acting system, and we haven't you
You get these take me out here? They ve got a list of ingredients in them that is longer than your average bathroom, cleaner, you'll find under your sake, I dont think we really know the ramifications of that steps even healthy and
I imagine you are a red blooded American, that each red meat and out
we that is the most wholesome source of protein for a long time here. So I dont think
we throw the baby out with the bathwater and think we go to these alternatives are pushing so
Steve your seeing the futures prices now. What does that mean in the grocery store
a month from now two months from now. You know the futures price
To the grocery store,
really means nothing. The futures prices sport, the producer out Here- can lock in that add aura,
you know price his product dad.
There is another kind of from the futures price to the box, beef,
there's no time to the
do serve the box beef price.
we knew about like a December futures is showing that cattle gonna be
fifty dollars, you
Nine dollars higher than it is today now
and is that core lighted a marked? Be that really doesn't the Pakistan price that were so? Do you have any
You have any idea how, if our prices are gonna, go up or down.
The grocery store
We looked at me like they're gonna stay up. We about them,
your problem in these plants. They can't process at maximum capacity because the police won't show up because they can make as much money sit and home collected unemployment and, like I say,
that's crazy demand right now, everybody's out, meanwhile, back out
so what did the day and they ve got that right
shut their engaging the consumer because they capta they can't process enough. Other people brought
Steve? Thank you so much I want to take. You wanted
get to another had well. I guess I do I'd like dad death than ever
consumer out there listening to you in the consumer across the United States, needs to call their senators nor legislators annexed.
as concerns, because you know
like today we ve got GPS, which is the largest packer in the United States protein.
under cyber attack and shut down, so the prey
this'll skyrocket at the consumer level, one.
but these backers goes down for a minute, so this guy
national security and food security needs, do have more packing and not me,
acceptable that problems.
Steve. Thank you very much. I appreciated call your senator and your congressmen now and have them look into this. I was just going to report on this cyber hacking
It is exactly what happened to our gasoline
what a surprise we're gonna see more of this, which will cause the cost of everything going
I should like to know what Washington is doing about it. You know
last time we had a cyber hack, it was, it was a private,
matter. I was a private corporation
What the hell good is the United States government if you're not protecting our pride.
big corporations and are Brenner
private individuals from terrorist attacks, and that's exactly what this is their shutting us down and their shutting us down in core sectors. God,
actually get serious the damage they could do to this country,
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YO go into food enthusiast, Steve, Brigadier otherwise known as do
so my business strategy and a food Gama data
that is a food enthusiasts, is how I want to be known.
beyond my my greystone when I pass
You used to be a food inventor,
You are very good at inventing really delicious things. Thank you. Thank you glass. So one of my main accomplishments in life we ve been talking a lot of really is pretty much you're, only oh
accomplishment really Stu. I anybody's Ernie's aim and I'm not I'm not upset about that yeah
I don't. I just don't think that there is even more important than food
mean the price of food. I just mean food
having it around? You know disdain
burgers in fries and who
Taylor, tarts, and things like that. I guess again occasionally a salad for someone I dont know who buy
give them my lettuce and tomato off of my hamburger and they can either
What is it has the main ingredients? You know lettuce tomato
Oh, no, I dont know how else who make a salad they're, probably as other things in it, but I'm not really that interested people point out zone for many people around the country. Salad is the food that your food eat.
Exactly right. Yes, it'd be a wilder to see that throughout Europe right that they are exactly ripened. So if they had a salad, I'm practically having
A salad myself, yet what he would do, they're talking a little bit about your talk, a little bit about the the different sort of power.
These two options. There are these days and they do point out that basically you're doing a similar process here when you
talking about a hamburger all you're doing this converting grass
an essentially that's me, they're almost doing the same thing.
You're, taking grass almost entirely work, yeah you're freaking it to an item on eating the gradual, their turn that into cow.
and then reading the cow,
so is very similar
so basically I'm having grass every time. I have a stake that budgets
registered, oh maybe I'll, have a look fine
with a little corn. You know, but basically that's the you're having grass and corn admin
sure yeah, that's how it works is exactly how it works. Like you know, when you, when you're eating french fries you're just eating your vegetables, that's all you're doing ketchup, I mean that's your fruit,
Russia with that sort of rude
sound of her isn't tomato effort. Is it of tomatoes afore? I think it actually is. Yes, I wasn't. Gonna makes no sandia that whoever was categorizing Guenaud tomatoes s out of fruit, spot of root, yeah
Remember the narrowing the colonial times we used to think that in Amerika we used to actually believe that tomato
and you should never eat them because it was poison and p.
Would do shows in others, is this newspaper.
report that we have overrun the vault for mercury, one of a guy
taking all day Saturday. He was in the newspaper for it and all he did was go to the town square and, like twenty thousand people showed up and he
tomatoes all day
everybody was waiting for him to die, and he never did.
Why aren't you glad Ergic? Aren't you glad you live in a time of Netflix seriously?
much better than the tomato eating guy is, did they just have white pizza? Had that to it all that work,
You don't know the head pizza, yet not you're, not sure sounds like a matter. It was kind of it.
Like a parlor trick for Thomas Jefferson. He would invite
people over and then he
slice, tomatoes on the late and everybody around the table. Go! Oh, my gosh and he'd say now there actually good for you and then he would cut his up and eat it, and then everybody else like these may as each made over which hasn't changed any I mean it's exactly how I approach tomato now. Ok,
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what they were doing. I think they would be
much more people, would be much more inclined not to abandon them in record numbers, but the?
people know. This is all about Marxism. Now it's all about violence in the streets, and it really doesn't have anything to do with what the average person wants, which is a fair shake,
What do you hear this professor?
arguing for critical race theory, I mean the ivy.
If you want to talk about taking the mask off listening
we say that no Marxist Foundation,
a critical race. Theory is at base
spiritual concern, if you read marks, you know that he was concerned about alienation, specifically alienation of the species being that element of humanity,
that provides creativity that is unique to the individual that
really gives us. It is what defines humans from animals in that case and
was concerned that our modern systems were flattening that humanity. So
core question for
Critical race theory is one of the leasing people, especially people of color, specially black people from
the oppressive systems that deny us access to our species being included
so which one do you think will be more effective
The one that is saying look, you can be a success, look at me or
one that says no. We have to condemn other people because you can have success. This is
I don't understand how this is selling
we don't, but it is, but it
least we haven't gone down the Spain Route, Viet cut one
the world has had enough. It is
to draw a line in the sand.
Thousands have taken to the streets been breezy discrimination and careers. Spanish postmen citizens once depletes by too that's why we created a new series of his stance. Proteus precincts quality stops a collection of the stance that reflect ingest April reality. We should never says there are people who think the value of a person depends on the quality of their skin. That's why he's stance happened? Different vat bending the color of their skin, they represent that I get this dump the lower its. That means you need more black stance, that white ones for libraries that way every let every place it would be. A reflection of the equality generated by reason of protest equality is, does a collection stance. Amending that followed should not determine if only we place on a person's life,
hey, that's all the postal service in Spain, starting a new stamp programme where
the lighter the color of the stamp.
the more value it has the Lee
darker the stamp the less value,
and they're saying that this is going to be because people are gonna, buy they're gonna have to buy a lot of the law.
Or price stamps.
and you will see.
How many of those lower price stamps it takes
You know, instead of just one white stamp.
I've, ve, never seen really works, but doesn't work at all for civil, having just the fact that you're putting a lesser value in the darker side,
color is so obviously insulting of an eye so insulting. I guess they're trying to say this is the reality. But basically, if
Richard Spencer became the head of the postal service. Would he changed the
Would he changed the the way these these steps?
were designed. I don't think he would
Richard Spencer, were in charge. Here is the way the stamps woodwork, the lighter the color, the more the more value it would have, the darker the color, the less value was it have so I mean they're, just Emulous dies a nation's yeah he's there implementing, like some racist fever, dream here that they would be Bay somehow gain the power
be able to do. This is completely nuts. They are not capable of implementing this themselves so instead
The government of Spain is like well we'll just do it and will implement the racist fever dream. So we can make the point that that
but they really want
Of course, is not it's not.
Simple to happen anyway, but that goes beyond just how ridiculous this is. This is just permeating society in such a weird way, so it
Did feel like we had
We can pass this. We got to a point where
Sir sure racism still existed. There are still David Dukes of the world that were out there, but generally speaking, real race.
Not the number one thing everyone thought about every day:
Unless you are some sort of identity, and now we have
an entire society pushing us to become. I did
I don't know why anyone would want that as a general idea, but it does seem to be where we're going,
by the way, an update on the most dangerous attack
on our republic cents per
The civil war, maybe even earlier
The January sixty in Vienna, we're we're on the lookout for white terrorists
We could. I possibly could you please play cut twenty five got twenty five.
The twenty six twenty five one before that, please, whose Yankee Stadium yellows, but our level seem at work that is labelled twenty five in our lab
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what do you do when you think about Europe's bad children caught it may and running?
It be this other rights.
right right have been getting
Why not you black nice found no one MAC about when we talk about
we come out with a United United brought the day, black revolutionary progressive problems arising,
There is progress in writing.
So they're gonna give the cracker hell from
the cradle to the grave
that's too, and there are also going to kill everything white insight.
I wouldn't worry about it. I wouldn't
about it. You know it
well, it did sound a little like Louis Farrakhan
we know Lui Farrakhan ever kill anybody.
Don't answer that? Let me see if I can rephrase it
as Lui Con killed more than one person, but why,
I don't know, I really dont know Vienna. May I don't know, I don't know eighty, but I will say watch out for those January six riders-
Oh god, it's it's so AIDS! You know this is everywhere.
right now like there's this green, I'm sure you ve been up on the on this because its sports related Glenn, but
There is a controversy where inquiry Irving is a basketball player who believes there is flat he he went to the Boston cell. To I'm! Sorry, I'm sorry! I just I could you repeat that I miss yes, your income is heard the Boston Celtics, yes, ok,
and he believes it is rightly so he went to the boss insulted. Has all k hang on hang on? Can we not skip over the earth was flat? I think that's what I'm here and that is the had actually believes the earth is flat. Yet he did say this in a pod cast at one point. He was flat and he doesn't see any curvature
and so yeah he's sorry since and were listening to were listening to him and further comments. Why? Well? Because he sang the right thing about race- see
a guy who thinks the earth is flat if they say the right thing. If they say the right, antiracist thing on the right day, they can.
They'll be listened to, because their opinion is vital.
this guy? Why should we launch Alex and told me? I was made a big deal about millions of millions of dollars, arrogant when all these multiple championships and then he
please quit on the team to come,
the court on the team and leaves to go to another city to build a super team with other superstars
in in Brooklyn. So
It doesn't really like em all that much rain and the no longer fans. So
they're playing each other in the playoffs right now, and so
rise there about the play in Boston.
Tiree Irving says you know, I'd is hope. It's about basketball, not all that racism. We know the Boston people, the racism is strong in Boston and I just hope that they're not races to me when I get there now
It flies in the face of his two thousand nineteen story.
But when he said he had never seen any racism in Boston, but he's up,
in his opinion and now Boston is very racists
so ass, he goes to play this in this
do sit in a city where he's criticise them as racist and abandon them after taking millions of dollars as he's war,
if the court someone throws a water bottle Adam that is
evidence that he was right
Boston is a racist town
Racism is huge deal obvious.
Everyone's raised again. Look I rearing not worried about the whole was the
What was the bottle shaped as well?
take a bottle ignited our eye
right right. Let me show you a bottle here. What is this look like? What? What kind of shape is that here a bottle? Now,
it's it's like. If this were the head, this would be the neck and even call it the neck of the bottle. Look, I you know
you think so. It's kind of shaped like a weird, you know
oddly shaped person. Well, I don't think so.
could be. She suddenly shaped anything if its oddly shaped and whether you like it and now I think when you when you're,
looking at a water bottle of year immediately thinking, that's a person!
and really, I think, that's a person and its own,
person, because most water bottles have whitecaps. I think that
the clan member. So
A clan member attacked
weekend was it this week s plan was attacking him. I think, and I feel, thou what
No, what do you think that's more bizarre. Then the earth is flat,
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