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Ep. 43 - Screaming Primal Rage


BLM’s dirty secrets are revealed at the hands of Senator Ted Cruz and Michael Knowles. The podcasting duo sits down to divulge shocking new information that has come to light about the Black Lives Matter organization, including direct Marxist ties, opposition to the nuclear family, and a quest to abolish every police department in America. Plus, Balaam’s donkey gets a burning question in during the mailbag segment.

This is an unofficial transcript meant for reference. Accuracy is not guaranteed.
Some others call freedom of speech in that's what the searing title is protecting speech. So I can see is that we should all join hands and denouncing under whatever words you wanna use of our violent extremism of all stripes, and I think we can all agree on that. So tubes constantly accuse Democrats of not caring about that is really. I can only say that you read art listening, so I hope this is. End of this hearing, Mr Chairman, and that we don't have to listen to any more of your rhetorical speeches. Thank you very much. I'm leaving. While I appreciate the your as always kind and uplifting words of Senator Verona, and I would also note that throughout her remark, she still did not say a naked.
Word about Antigua. Nor has any Democrat here. They instead engage in a political game where they depend you're, welcome to say something negative about anti for right now, Cape she declined to speak. So that is the position of the Democratic Party. I would note also that of the Seven democratic senators who spoke not one of them, apologized for or denounced multiple democrats, calling law enforcement officers, Nazis, storm, troopers and gestapo to be fair. I dont had not heard the word Nazi, but Storm trooper was Nancy policies I was another democratic leader. Welcome back to verdict will take crews, I'm Michael Knolls, I'm sitting here. Of course, with the senator senator you,
not yet chased me out of this room. But I notice you seem to have chased your democratic colleague out of the Senate yesterday. My final like what you're saying I'm going to need to get up and ran away and leave now you're very frightening, and you and your causing made two to two to hyper ventilate. Yes, because I'm posing these very difficult questions to you such as are you willing to condemn antifraud? So so it was really crazy, saw a chair to hearing on on and teeth of violence, and it is, as you know, chair. The constitution subcommittees sent a judiciary committee, and so the the hearing was focused on the right and the first amendment peaceably to assemble and by the way, if you remember back DE member Chris Cuomo on CNN, I say I say: where is it written that that that that that protein
thing gathering has to be peaceable and it's gonna like well. Ok, there's this thing called the first amendment: it's in the constitution, the right of the people peaceably too symbol, yeah right there. First, my part of the bill of rights, TAT, we get understand, CNN, they don't have copies the constitution, so. No, you don't understand hidden a youtube. You wouldn't expects the homo to be from it I don't know that it's even allowed in the building. Frankly, I think that's probably right well the here, was on free speech and the right peaceably to assemble and how radical anarchists and marxist Artie
in over these protests and engaging in writing and violence, and so we had testimony and in the entire course of it. So we had testimony originally from the Department of Justice Department. Homeland security can currently, the acting deputy secretary testified to the five fabulous job. But seven different democratic senators participated in the hearing. Not a single one of them was willing to say even a single word critical about Antigua they wouldn't at its head. I gotta say: look I shall give the dams
read it. They have a message. Discipline like when a talking point goes out. I don't know who it is. Is that what it is, though? I mean that they, basically they get the talking once they stick to that. They repeat the same word be over and over again. So, for example, all of them call the day just law enforcement officers, secret police. That was clearly the talking point, is so so lazy around the ranking Democrat on the committee. She plays this. This video, I think, for the New York Times where it refers to them. As on a den of fight officers and literally the video playing, they haven't, Jaya
yellow all caps letters, the words police like that, that's not on IRAN, a fire. I then, if I must not listen about that but its, but it doesn't stop them so they're talking points an end, so they're talking points on tee fur on the terrorists. It is they just scream rightwing violence, white supremacist, white supremacist and the difference by the way. Look: I'm white supremacist, not take a K. Those guys are racist, idiots lock of all up. They commit violence, locking up throne- and this is the point this was what was so shocking to me when I was watching this clip of you talking to Senator Verona when some fringe lunatic guy. Who Maybe he associates with the right when he comes and says something bigoted, alright disavow condemns takes two seconds. Nobody worries about it, but none your democratic colleagues are not one could condemn anti fa or the more
it's all the other, and I made it seem so simple to me. Why couldn't they do so? Not only that, but but, but also we ve seen their rhetoric, so Nancy Policy called federal police officer. Storm troopers ought Jim Kleiber in one of the ranking, doubted leading Democrats at the house, called them gestapo like calling cops Nazis and not a single democratically repeatedly that was call up. Not one of the democratic centres would walk away from it, and so at the end of the hearing, Mesa, got up a storm. An Englishman she's like what are no I've condemned violence, unlike won't know not from anti fraud. Not from the left you inside the only violence that occurs is on the right facts, be damned you. Don't compassionately, told us at the hearing what he said there have been in the last six months, two hundred and seventy seven officer injuries in Portland,
while and every seventh so can. Could you know a deputy secretary of formed from whence cured at an he testified? It any any testified fact he had so their throwing rocks net that at the officers, their throwing frozen. Water bottles, in fact, can had a frozen water bottle with MR illustrate how they hit an officer in the head with a sledgehammer they're bringing knives their brain guns, their throwing gasoline and lighting gasoline fire there firing borders with with commercial fireworks may have those lasers well and you and I set so we did. We did an interview with a secretary of homeless care, young Chad, Wolf and we did it at the edge s which was pretty cool. But while we're doing the interview you and I are sitting there in the room. Walks, Cappuccino in the moment I couldn't quite tell. Obviously, delighting was a little door, so I said who is this? Guy was walking in if, if I'd
If I know it was him, I would have said he should come right on the show and if I d seen him, he came in behind me side and see if I see them as it could come out of the book chair, because he was coming to testify that afternoon and he had a prop it. He had so the commercial laser that they're using. I have to admit when I read about the sort of late to the eyes that that struck me ass. The little bogus does we ve always had little laser pointers right you, you change your cat around with a yet like I mean. Isn't that didn't that all of Twitter is yes cat video? You act like, I think, that's the entirety, the internet, but it. What was interesting is these commercial. One says so so coach had one of those who sit here, hold your hand out, so I did any points it and in like one. Second, it takes about us here, then you got a crap and you gave me a bird will. You know I don't. I don't think that you were necessarily foolish when he says but you're in it you did, but then I saw it burned you and then you
tell me they Michael put your hand out, and I, like a fool, I put my hand out and get it burned by could you know is less look. This is basic human instinct. You know you have likes. Boiled mountaineer states. Chairman dropped back like a right, but it series I mean you. Can you can write a piece of paper on fire with those lasers, and this is the kind of thing is being shine in the cops I say an end. Could genetically testified over thirty officers have had I damage where they shine at their eye on it, it's a risk of permanent blindness and, in fact, what their dealing as they they have these shields and they get up right, close Adam to shine the laser right in there. I a blind yeah and in one thing you did very well at the hearing and for some reason I noticed these clips aren't going around. I dont know why the presses and covering it you went through with great specificity, who these people are the organised anarchists, the organised Marxists, who were behind these rights all over the country. You know, I think the Democrats they lived outright.
Neither anti for even exists during Adler they'll get I pretended real. You went through those civically. These are real marxists, he's a real anarchists! Well and you you take to different groups that are worth worth focusing on one Antigua and you ve got. We heard a lot of test. My auntie fate is profoundly violence. They engage in terrorism, they encourage terrorism, they train people, do engage in this violence. There. Also profoundly anti free speech they and day use of violence as a way to silence speech. They disagree with an and these are concerned it. You know- and you know the journalist and testify that the hearing about being violently beaten up by the way they they can't call him a white supremacist, as he described he's he's the son of a vietnamese emigrant he Vietnamese and gay is not year like he is the most vietnamese white supremacist. I've ever met no question, but you know what that they call bench parallel Nazis
the network, that facts get in the way right of their attacking redder yeah. But you know you the anarchists of anti for yet more. As well, as you explained yesterday, well in it in- and I talked it's at some length about black lives matter now, it's important to understand the difference. The phrase black lives matter, though you of course is indisputably true in some areas, the end and an enemy. I should take a digression four minute, I think most Republicans or morons when it comes to talking about black last matter, because when you have some one say: does black lives matter? Yet all these Republicans, no all Matter. Yet what did you say? Yes writing. I asked me: yes, it's like lives matter made Maisie run his answer right. Will you condemn anti? If I condemn extremism, say right, but what about
typically, and even that universal wasn't like absolutely black lives are precious and they matter immensely and the reason is every life is, is is created by God when you don't eat. You see Republicans like terrified to say that the does work in such a weird politicized world, but also because there's this organisation, which is very different well and an that's so the statement, black lives matter is a truism, overwhelming majority, Eric and agree with. It should be every basically everyone. I think economic, but there's something very separate from the organisation that is called black Lousianner and and in this way that there is an article I entered into the record of the hearing for the wash examiner that give some of the history of the organization so was founded.
By three radicals who described themselves in their own words is trained marxist use such so so they are. This is not meet. Calling the marxist way tell you there marks, as they tell you, they ve studied, marks and linen, and now they they coming as a video of Patrice cold This is one of the co founders uses a lesion iron early cigars, another other gauvain are trained Marxists and the Third CO founder Opel too many is seen smiling and photographs with the communist dictator of Venezuela they're they're, not hiding the sort of thing, so not only that one of one of the founders of of the organization black lives matter describes as as her mentor, Angela Davis down Angela Davis out its color communist. She tells you she was a communist. She does not once but twice the vice presidential nominee of the Communist Party of the United States or so she's a vow to communist marxist and in and by the way you don't
Is rapidly anti semitic, rapidly Antaeus room, someone else who Susan Rosenberg now, who is certain Rosa Burke Sousa Rosa Burg, is the vice chair of the Board of directors of thousand currents. Now what is thousand currents thousand current is what is funding the organization black lives manner now, who is Susan Rosenberg? Also she is was part of the revolutionary military group, known as the main Nineteenth Communist Organization, Philly added with the weather underground. She was convicted of weapons and explosive charges and sentenced to fifty eight years in prison, so she's Victor terrorised by the way she was pardoned by Bill Clinton. On the last day of his presidency. It was one of those midnight she another million. Other people were barking at the end of the administration, so she was
Rosenberg. Nineteen, the and Seventys, was on the FBI's most wanted list. She was caught. Nineteen eighty four unloading, hundreds of pounds of dynamite and weapons, including a sub machine gun. We're not talking like a sort of my own little rebel, we're, not frozen, waterborne light? I e it is. It is not so Garza. One of the black lives matter. Founder founders talks about how convicted cop killer a scientist core is one of her main inspirations NASH Corps.
Right now, today, on the FBI's most wanted list, there's a million dollar reward for Sh Sh occurs. Information leading to capture cheese, believed to be hiding in Cuba, and she was a member of the Black Liberation Army and other terrorist organization. Do she's wanted for escaping from prison, and she was imprisoned serving a life sentence for murdering a police officer and end police officer individually Warner Forster was shot executions style point black. This wasn't an accident. This was an end by the way. It's not like these folks are just kind of ok, we're all like vaguely know each other. So colors one of the three founders wrote a memoir entitled when they call you a terrorist, a black lives matter memoir. So it's like what we're all about the forward is written by Angela Davis and the epoch,
is written by secure the cop kill wow. What so there they dont tell you this in the mainstream media. I have in fact I had never heard. Then I ventured on research into the be all and Morgan so Angela Davis and talk about the Anti Semitism bachelor Davis for a minute, she was ass, though she was big apologists. The Soviet Union yeah yeah, I'm a communist, that's what they did. So she was travelling to Moscow and she was ass if she would speak up for the jewish prisoners of conscience in the goulash acts in the Soviet Union, and her answer was- and this is a quote- that they are all scientists, fascists and opponents of socialism, and so therefore she would be urged that she would urge that they be captain
is not always. Would you not speak up with them should be like lock them up by the way, Angela Davis just recently endorsed Joe Biden for President, that's right and begin. She said he would be easy to manipulate it. Black lives matter itself refers to Israel is an apartheid state committing genocide? That's that's their terms, but what is black lives? Matters stand for if you go get their website you their number one priority is abolishing the police nationwide yeah, which is by the way, a court to gallop, pulling opposed by eighty. One percent of black Americans reside or Gallagher was a U Gov pole, but it just came out and if black lives matter succeeded in their stated objective of abolishing police, the result would be many, many more black lives or loss, of course, of because you would have many more murders, many more rapes, many more salts, which, sadly, were seen a big cities right Nadia has police, are or are being held back, but but without
Law enforcement, those living in in the most high crime, neighborhoods get their victims and many of the far too many of the victims of crime are african american Black lives matter. It is essentially abandoning into that not only that black lives matter. The organization calls for abolishing the nuclear family, Like my dad is, don't you say that again, as I have very much like they explicit and this go read their own website, don't don't take my word for it, that's what they're advocating for no imitate and by the way they also call for a white boycott. They say boycott White Corporation soon that nobody should buy anything from white corporations. Now one of the things I talked about the hearing yesterday, where saying all these companies predicted
companies that are wanting to virtue signal who are giving millions and millions of dollars right to this organization. Black lives matter, those that, among those tech companies that are doing it are Microsoft, Amazon. I went listed a whole bunch, but but pause for a second and think look Microsoft, largest shareholders, a guy named bill gates. The last time I checked bill gates, like the its Microsoft, is literally donating money to an organisation calling for people to boycott Microsoft,
like saying do not purchase any products from anything Bill Gates, Amazon, Amazon's, given a money, yeah Jeff businesses, a white guy Amazon, is funding a group saying right, don't buy anything from Amazon and it's you. You want to support social justice. Great wonderful, go support! School choice, go give scholarships for inner city kids to the ongoing excellent schools there, all sorts of things you can do, but the problem is because people are terrified of contradicting the indisputable true statement that black lives matter that they'll support this awful organization at an end they are funding explicit Marxist yup, who want to destroy Capitalism destroy free enterprise and where the family, speaking of our friends, were stuck at home, a number of them or
many questions were mailbag from by alarms donkey. This is a twitter account. I don't think it's only if this christian name, what can I do personally to this madness, I'm not famous, I'm not important, I'm not even a good debater but I know what I believe Gimme specifics. Speak speak to your friends, speak to your family and you know what your famous belongs: donkey donkey because you with social media, every one of us is publisher. Now there is also a big podcast right now, like every one of us can speak out and- and I actually tell like it- I'd aroma how how old blobs doc is. But I talked to a lot of you pay school kids, college, kids and when it comes to defending freedom widest freedom matter, I say: look You can do it much better? I'm forty! Nine years old, heavily fifteen year olds, going to listen to me I'd much rather have a fifty
their old say. Why does it matter to be free use your voice to explain why freedom matters? Why free speech manners? Look the left are intolerant, totalitarian and oppressive, so speaking out using humor, ah telling stories, and on that point, knowing what you SAM in Belarus Donkey says, he knows what he believes and I believe him, but I think some people I want to get out there and argue their point of view. The other, the other side of this study, the fact some in red up. No, no. What your point of view is so that you can articulate. Y Y, you support your country, while you, like your freedoms, why you, like your rights and an end, help educate others, an area at look left and right tend to communicate differently to many people on the right
Munich like accountants. Yes, yes, it's driving me crazy numbers and agreed. I shade and the left they go for the heart yeah I mean their argument. Is he wants to your children near me? That's a glittering IDA right. We gotta do both its. Why stories are at you know when you- and I did the pod with John Void and your we're talking to him about like story link as a natural skill and actually at the actor. This may have been afterwards, where we were. We were at a dinner enjoying a cigar together area at, and I think I think this was after the pardon. We were we're. Talking with John and I said, look storytelling is a natural human expression of all of us and in and in its part, how we all community, and John Disgrace had known and unknown man no lad. I think there's no lads. No, you do a better get quite impression that I did, but but his it to be sure there are.
At our story, teller, yeah and worse storyteller right, but it is, our hearts- are stitched again. Yes, yeah so tell stories, we need more than just egg heads I mean we want. You know we want the accounting to work out, but you have to grab people with a narrative chase wants to know speaking of sometimes were lemming. Sometimes we fight back EAST West, but owning the lips. You know a politics of opposition. Banded, together, he says, is owning the lips, a strong enough policy platform to win the house Senate and keep the White House, of course, do so, of course, now look at this election. We win. Trump gets reelected Republicans win. If this is a battle of ideas, because the left is going insane yeah, their ideas are terrible. If this is a battle between socialism free enterprise, we win. If this is a battle between abolishing the pool,
peace and protecting people's safety. We win the like their positions are so extreme, but I suppose this raises the question, because what, when I hear owning the lives, there is something to this right at a politics of opposition where it because your ideas, are so extreme because there you know they're like pulling down actors and burning down the country, I wonder if it would change asking is. Is it enough to just point to their places? So so my point on this, though, is that we have to fight on the field of idea. I think the Democrats want to make this election entirely a personality election and they wanted a referendum on. Do you like Donald Trump, yes or no, there's a reason job?
his hiding as basement right and it's actually. I dont think that its Siena that he's seen island has dimension. I think they made the decision they think they're winning on a personality popularity contest on Donald Trump, and so they just figure. I why you have your winning, don't mess with right arm and so and so from their perspective they would characterize it a sort of owning trump. Let's, let's just make it all about him. Look you and I both have fun on Twitter at yeah, yeah yeah. Now I only occasional live nothing wrong with that, but I try to do- and I know you to actually on substance and is yes so so if it's a question on, do you have the guts to actually take a bond? Yes that matter yet. I d have a sense of humour and and be fun about it. You don't you see that the port, when rioters are now complaining, they want like, like the the government to fund equipment, so they
riots and what I saw that night tweeted it out- and I said you know absolutely. I agree: I am more than happy to give it to you every one of you that engages in violence I'll give you a taxpayer paid. Orange jumpsuit hearts and it got there that exactly right, I mean it, you know, but it
it's too beyond subsidy. There's all ilo battling to that. When I'm saying that, I am making a point that these are violent criminals that should be incarcerate, diagnose right, you can have a little bit of fun with it and you probably should it's gotta be grounded in something real. If it's gonna be effect, you know just saying you suck the. It is not a great message and frankly is how leftist stemming that that that's, basically what that, what they say to drop as they just hate it. May there just Orange man, bad orange met me. That's just they just scream the primal re, but look how many republicans are actually engaged a real battle of ideas right now and and what I am doing, the White House, if they let it be a personality contest. That's? What the left once that? That is where the left wants an end. I think that's much more dangerous than focusing on ideas that that work will. We will have to leave it there. I will see
you on episode, will see you on the next episode. I Michael knows this is verdict, will take root,
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