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It's Black Friday and the Gap might be back. We also caught up with married Dealers Michael and Jennifer Lee of Freedom Kia and Seneca Ford who talk about buying a first time dealership DURING the pandemic. We also talk about the impact of encouraging your teams to give back as a part of their job. BLACK FRIDAY BOGO SALE going on now on all ASOTU Ts and hats!Gap's stock price is up over 30% this week as the new CEO, Richard Dickson, announces a bold strategy to revitalize the company's four brands - Old Navy, Gap, Banana Republic, and Athleta, emphasizing a clearer brand perspective and innovative marketing.Old Navy: Focusing on fun and value, Old Navy needs consistent delivery of bold narratives and trend-aware assortments to enhance customer appeal.Gap: Dickson highlights the necessity for Gap to re-engage in cultural conversations, offering trendy assortments and culturally relevant messaging.Banana Republic: To move away from a transactional approach, Banana Republic is targeting the quiet luxury space with refined products and pricing strategies.Athleta: Addressing lackluster performance, Athleta plans to return to its performance roots, with a comprehensive brand reset expected to take time."We're telling too many stories. We need to edit ourselves to tell a more clear and precise story that stays consistent and has a relentless, repetitive narrative to it." - Richard Dickson.Hosts: Paul J Daly and Kyle MountsierGet the Daily Push Back email at https://www.asotu.com/ JOIN the conversation on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/company/asotu/ Read our most recent email at: https://www.asotu.com/media/push-back-email ASOTU Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/automotivestateoftheunion
Gap Inc. recently released its earnings report where CEO Richard Dickson revealed promising signs of revitalization as seen in the third quarter performance. This is particularly the case for the brand Old Navy, which according to Dickson, has witnessed a positive shift thanks to the launch of a women's marketing campaign and enhancement in site execution. Per the earnings call, the company states that these changes demonstrate their ability to adapt to evolving trends in consumer preferences and a competitive retail environment. In its effort to stay attuned to customer demands, Gap has focused heavily on creating more relevant marketing campaigns and maintaining insightful brand touchpoints. Fortifying the importance of offering trendy products, the company also reinforced its drive to curate an engaging omnichannel customer experience, which directly aligns with their objective of revitalizing each brand and boosting overall revenue. While the company grappled with a drop in net and digital sales, they recognized Old Navy's resilience in gaining market share and showing continued growth. Other brands under Gap Inc., specifically Banana Republic and Gap, are in the midst of strategic brand repositioning, a clear sign of the company's determination to triumph over existing obstacles. As for financial performance, Gap purportedly has taken strides to instill operational and financial discipline, which lead to an improved working capital situation, stronger balance sheets, and expanding margins. Conversely, with the drop in revenue and comparable sales, the company has been encouraged to reevaluate and refine its marketing, merchandising, and pricing strategies aiming to generate improved outcomes. Gap Inc. disclosed its plans for launching further campaigns, like women's marketing, improving site execution, invigorating in-store presentations, and reinforcing partnerships. Company highlighted the impact of these plans on key brands such as Old Navy, which include compelling gifting options and a redirected focus on core categories. To sustain its growth, Gap Inc. is reportedly resolute in maintaining financial stringency, rejuvenating its brand portfolio, bolstering operational platforms, and revitalizing corporate culture. As the company leaders declared on the earnings call, this comprises maintaining streamlined operations, optimizing investment in technology, and enhancing marketing and media strategies. Gap is also dedicated to offering trendy product lineups, fostering interactive omnichannel experiences and leveraging creative marketing to drive revenue growth and achieve long-term success. GPS Company info: https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/GPS/profile For more PSFK research : www.psfk.com This email has been published and shared for the purpose of business research and is not intended as investment advice.
On today's podcast: 1) President Joe Biden signed a stopgap bill to extend government funding into early 2024, averting a government shutdown for now but kicking a politically-divisive debate over federal spending into a presidential election year. 2) Gaza's telecommunications services stopped Thursday after providing companies said the fuel used for generators had been depleted, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said. Syria's aerial defenses intercepted some Israeli missiles that were fired against targets in Damascus, state-run Sana news agency reported. 3) Alphabet Inc. Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai said he expects China to be “at the forefront” of artificial intelligence, and said it's important for the US to collaborate with the Asian nation on both regulation and innovation. 4) Embattled New York Republican George Santos announced he will not run for reelection to his seat in the US House. The news came just after the GOP chairman of the House's ethics panel called Thursday for Santos's expulsion following a committee investigation that found “substantial evidence” the New York Republican violated federal criminal laws. 5) Cincinnati Bengals lose QB Joe Burrow with sprained wrist in loss to Baltimore Ravens. Ravens TE Mark Andrews is also injured. Full transcript: Good morning, I'm Nathan Hager and I'm Karen Moscow. Here are the stories we're following today. President Biden has ended the immediate threat of a government shutdown. He has signed a temporary spending bill that extends government funding into early next year. Bloomberg's Amy Morris has the details from Washington. President Biden signed the legislation yesterday while in California for a summit of APEC leaders. The bill maintains existing funding levels and pushes a fight over the federal budget into the new year. When Housublicans say they will push for stiff spending cuts. It splits the deadlines for passing full year appropriations bills into two days January nineteenth for some federal agencies February second for others. This short term package allows lawmakers to regroup over the Thanksgiving holiday while talks continue on spending in policy agreements in Washington. I maye more as Bloomberg Radio, Sorry, Amy, thanks by the stopgap bill does not include funding for Ukraine and Israel. In fact, new usaid for Ukraine risks slipping to mid December and maybe longer, casting doubt on Washington's ability to keep up the flow of weapons that both the Biden administration and the Ukrainian governments say is vital as soon as Congress could complete negotiations and pass new Ukraine assistance his mid December, nearly two months after President Joe Biden first requested sixty one billion dollars for the country in its war against Russia. Well, now, Karen, let's turn to the latest on the war in the Middle East. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Natanyahu is defending his country's raid on the Alshifa Hospital in Gaza City. He says, Israeli troops uncovered a Hamas command center underneath the facility. We had concrete evidence that there were terrorists chieftains and terrests. There are terrorists minions in the hospital, and in fact they fled as our forces approached. They fled. That's why we had no firefight. We entered that hospital with Arabic speaking Israeli doctors with incubators and we had no firefight. But Hamas was using the patients in that hospital as a human shield. Prime Minister n Antanyahu spoke on the CBS Evening News. Meanwhile, the Israeli military says it has taken control of Gaza's harbor. People in the southern city of Conyunis say Israel has dropped leaflets telling them to seek shelter and sirius as it's intercepted some Israeli missiles aimed at targets in Damascus. Well back in the U, asked Nathan. The Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation some it is wrapping up in San Francisco, and we're learning more about President Biden's deal with China's Sheshin Ping to crack down on Fentanel. The White House agreed to remove a Chinese organization accused of human rights abuses from its sanctions list change for Beijing's WHO operation about an administration official tells Bloomberg taking the Institute of Forensic Science off the Commerce Department's entity list was the only way for the US to make progress on the Fentandel crisis, and at the APEX Summit, Karen the CEO of Alphabet, said he expects China to be at the cutting edge of artificial intelligence development. Speaking with Bloomberg, Soon Darpshai warned the world's two biggest economies will have to work together on developing a framework for AI. My senses, there is no way you make progress over the long term without China and the US deeply talking to each other on something like AI. So I think that has got to be an integral part of how you make progress. So I think I'm glad to see it, and you know, we have to lay the foundations. The good thing is we are still in early days of the technology. Alphabet CEO Soon Darpuchai's comments come after business titans including Apples, Tim Cook, and Black Rocks Larry Fink, attended dinner with China's president on the sidelines of the APEC summit. Well, Nathan, we're seeing fall out this morning from Elon Musk's endorsement of an anti semitic social media post. A Tesla investor is calling for must to resign, and IBM has now suspended its advertising on X because of the proximity of its ads to Nazi posts. Bloomberg's Ed Baxter has the story. This comes amidst a swirl of controversy surrounding X and Elon Musk. In the past couple of days, watchdog group Media Matters reported out that IBM, Apple Oracle, Exfanity, and Bravo all had a placement. IBM opted off, saying IBM has zero tolerance for hate speech and discrimination. Meanwhile, the White House has reacted to a Musk post so that it says is anti semitic. NC spokesman John Kirby, we certainly abhorror comments that are anti Semitic in tone and certainly don't associate ourselves with the comment. Musk endorsed a post that said the Jewish community pushed hatred toward whites in San Francisco. I'm at Baxter Bloomberg Radio, okay, and thank you. Moving to mark It's now we're watching shares of applied materials in the pre market. They're down more than seven percent. Reuter's is reporting the largest maker of chip making machinery in the country is facing a criminal investigation for allegedly violating export restrictions to China. The report says the Justice Departments looking at whether Applied Materials sold hundreds of millions of dollars of equipment without the proper licenses. And Nathan, the escalating fight between the US and China, where technological dominance has triggered one of the most stunning reversals of corporate strategy yet. Ali Baba Group has walked back plans to spin off in list it's eleven billion dollar cloud business. Ali Baba shares dropped nine percent yesterday, wiping out more than twenty billion of market value. On the flip side, Karen Watching shares of Gap they are hired by more than eighteen percent. The retailer reported third quarter profit that exceeded forecast. Same store sales fell for a fourth straight quarter, but that decline was less than expected. Stronger results at Old Navy, GAP's biggest brand offset weakness at Athleta and Banana Republic. Crude oil has collapsed into a bear market Nathan. It's down twenty percent from its September high. CRUs run of four straight weekly decline so long as losing streak since May has come despite collective and voluntary supply cuts by the Organization of petroleum exporting Countries and its allies. The losses have also been embedded by the evaporation of an Israel Hamas war risk premium as fears the conflict would expand and disrupt oil supplies have so far not materialized. And it's time now for a look at some other stories making news around the world, and for that we're joined by Bloomberg's Amy Morris. Amy, Good morning, Good morning, Karen. The pressure is building for New York Congressman George Santos to resign or face expulsion. It follows a scathing House Ethics Committee report. Bloomberg's Nancy Lyons has that story. Committee Chairman Michael Guest says the evidence uncovered in the House investigation is more than sufficient to warrant punishment, and he plans to file an expulsion resolution. Wisconsin Republican Congressman Brian stone File tells Bloomberg's sound on the findings are alarming. The illegal actions that are set forward in this report are incredibly concerning. The report alleged Santos used campaign money to pay off his personal bills and to make luxury purchases. Santos responded to the report saying he would not run for reelection in Washington. Nancy lyons Bloomberg Radio and that expulsion resolution Nancy was talking about is expected to be filed by nine o'clock this morning in Washington. A New York appeals court says the gag orders imposed on Donald Trump by the judge in the state's civil fraud trial against him are unconstitutional, and the restrictions were put on hold pending for their arguments. The decision is a major win for Trump, who has publicly lambasted the judge overseeing the case and accused him of frampant bias. This is just one of six trials Trump is facing as he seeks re election. California officials say a section of Interstate ten in Los Angeles that was damaged in a fire last week will reopen earlier then expected. Governor Gavin Newsom's said the mile long stretch of interstate will be open to traffic again weeks ahead of time after the state doubled the crews working on those repairs. One thing we can guarantee you is we will be opened five lanes in both directions at the latest Tuesday of next week. Fire officials say the fire was deliberately set in an arson investigation is ongoing. Secretary of State Antony Blincoln yesterday signed a civil nuclear cooperation agreement with the Philippines. At the signing ceremony, Secretary Blincoln said it is part of the US support for clean energy projects there with the Philippines leadership, we're also working together to develop a nuclear energy sector in their country to fuel a reliable, secure, and affordable clean energy future. The agreement allows the US to legally export nuclear equipment and material to the Philippines for peaceful uses. Global news twenty four hours a day and whenever you want it with Bloomberg News Now. I'm Maybe Morris and this is Bloomberg Karen, all right, Amy, thank you well. We do bring you news throughout the day right here on Bloomberg. But now, as Amy said, you can get the latest news on demand whenever you want it. To subscribe to Bloomberg News Now to get the latest headlines of the click of a button. Get informed on your schedule. You can listen and subscribe to Bloomberg News Now on the Bloomberg Business app, Bloomberg dot Com plus apples, Spotify, and anywhere else you get your podcasts. It is time now for the Bloomberg Sports Update, and here's John stash Hour, John Karen. Big game in the AFC North the kickoff week eleven the Bengals and the Ravens. They both had four game industries come to an end this past Sunday. All the More started things off with a seventy five hour touchdown drive. The Ravens then trailed in the second quarters. Edwards in the backfield. Lamarta throw fires down the middle, It's deflected at part, have a reflection Milsan Hagalore twenty fifteen come bo. Heflected for six. Hagle a deflection rave into the end zone Wbal. About a minute a half later, another Lamar Jackson TD passed. The Ravens beat the Bengals thirty four to twenty. Baltimore's eight and three and in first place. Cincinnati is just five and five and in the last place NBA and Miami. They he won their seventh in a row. Jemmy Butler scored thirty six in a win over Brooklyn. Oklahoma City made it five to last six, winning one twenty eight one to nine at Golden State. The Warriors have lost five in a row. They're just one and five at home. They went thirty three at and eight at home. Last year. They rode out the injured Steph Curry and without the suspended Draymond Green. MLB owners approved thirty to nothing in the move of the Oakland A's to Las Vegas, and they waive the relocation fee. The A's will be in Oakland in twenty twenty four, but the plan is to beat a new stadium in Vegas by twenty twenty eight. It's unclear where they might be playing in between. It's the first time an MLB team has moved in Montreal. Expos went to Washington in two thousand and five. Baseball has given the twenty twenty five All Star Game to Atlanta, who had it taken away after that voting law was passed in twenty twenty one. John Stasha our Bloomberg Sport from coast to coast, from New York to San Francisco, Boston to Washington, d C. Nationwide on SYRIASXAM, the Bloomberg Business app, and Bloomberg dot Com. This is Bloomberg daybreak, Good morning, I'm Nathan Hager. China will be at the forefront of artificial intelligence. That's what the CEO of Alphabet soon Dar Pashai, is saying. He says it is important for the US to collaborate with China on both regulation and innovation when it comes to AI. Pieshai, along with executives from Microsoft, City Group and Tesla, have been meeting with Chinese President Shi Jinping and US President Joe Biden at the APEX summit in San Francisco. After those meetings, the Alphabet CEO joined Bloomberg's Emily Chang and told her the world's two biggest economies do need to work together on AI regulation and development. It's not going to be easy, but I would start from this PREMI is that AI will proliferate, So this is not the inherent nature of software. AI advances will get out to in all countries, and so it is naturally the kind of technology. I don't think there's any unilateral safety to be had. We all have a shared incentive to solve for safety. You know, you could have AI go wrong in one country that will impact every other country. So in some ways, it's like climate change. In the planet. We all share a planet. I think that's true for AI. So now that you know that that will be true, I think you have to start building the frameworks globally to make progress. I've seen encouraging progress when the G seven happened in Hiroshima, I think it was a good start. You've seen more progress the Uki summit last week. The administration here, the White House has been leading the way as well, and I saw good encouraging announcements even yesterday for US in China to start having a dialogue on AI, well, that was my next question. Should Chinese regulators be part of this conversation on AI regulation? My sense is there is no way you make progress over the long term without China and the US deeply talking to each other on something like AI. So I think that has got to be an integral part of how you make progress. So I think I'm glad to see it. And you know, we have to lay the foundations. The good thing is we are still in early days of the technology, so laying the foundations now will allow us to work through the tough issues and build a common framework over time. How do you think AI? And obviously the US presidential election coming up as well. How do you think AI is going to further test election integrity? I think you know, over time, it's going to lower the barrier for creating you know, artificial information which may or may not matror what's happening in the real world, right, and that barrier will come down. So in this cat and mouse game, how do we amp up our defenses against that. We are in early stages, right. You know, we were one of the first companies to announce a water marketing technology for image generation. It's called Synthide, done by deep Mind, and we are providing API access to it. But all of us need to tackle it. These are areas where regulation will have to play a role, right. I think governments will have to overtime pass regulations about what is okay for you some of this synthetic content and so, which is why I think you have to think about it together. Open AI CEO Sam Mollman has said repeatedly he wants to know more about what's happening with AI in China. What do you know and what do you not know about where China is on AI. From what I can tell, they're making deep investments in AI. The scale of AI research talent in China. It's just simply astounding to see. So I think, you know, in some ways this question, China is going to be at the forefront of AI, and you know, I think that's a given. And so the question is how do we work over time, both for you know, other countries to make sure you're making progress in AI and over time, how do we develop the frameworks where you know, countries can coexist peacefully in a world in which AI will be you know, everywhere. You know, President Biden actually just said he doesn't see the USD coupling with China, but the world does seem to be on a path to two separate internets. Do we continue in that direction? And what does that mean? It's tough to say. You know, things go through in phases. I think we are definitely in a phase where there are more forces pulling it apart. But you know, inherently these technologies also facilitate easy exchange of information, so I think there are countervailing forces as well, So I think it's tough to predict. I do think information wants to flow freely by nature, So you know, my hope is over time, you know, thanks to couple back again. This is Bloomberg Daybreak today, your morning brief on the stories making news from Wall Street to Washington and beyond. Look for us on your podcast feed at six am Eastern each morning, on Apple, Spotify, and anywhere else you get your podcasts. 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Welcome to Historically Adjacent! Join Blaine, Ryan & Russ as they each tell three stories from history that the other two haven't heard.Discussed this week:Orrin Porter RockwellThe Great Molasses FloodEdward Bernays
Lele Sadoughi, known as the accessories queen, is an industry leader in designing collectible headbands, maximal costume jewelry, jeweled sunglasses, specialty handbags and more. With more than twenty years of experience designing for major fashion companies such as Rebecca Taylor, Banana Republic, J.Crew, Neiman Marcus, and Tory Burch, Lele launched her own brand, Lele Sadoughi, in 2012. Beginning with one jewelry line, the brand has now expanded into over fifteen categories – including her iconic headbands – all designed with Lele's signature touch of sparkle and color. In this interview we discuss how she found her passion for designing accessories, the course of her career from her first job to the launch of her own company, and what it means to find your brand's identity. Don't miss this episode where we talk about: Lele's love for art, and how her creativity has guided her throughout her life How Lele first gained fashion experience by working at a small design company, and the benefits of working at such a small company in her early career Her experience launching J.Crew's first ever jewelry collection, and how she utilized her own tastes in curating the collection's design The importance of giving yourself grace, and that some days it's okay if you don't get everything done The story behind Lele's brand, it's early years after launch, and how she's translated the brand's design identity into each new category as they expand Find Lele Sadoughi: www.lelesadoughi.com IG: @lele_sadoughi; @lisa_sadoughi Facebook: Lele Sadoughi LinkedIn: Lele Sadoughi Follow Lydia: www.lydiafenet.com IG: @lydiafenet LinkedIn: Lydia Fenet Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast for free wherever you're listening or by using this link: https://bit.ly/ClaimYourConfidencePodcast If you like the show, telling a friend about it would be amazing! You can text, email, Tweet, or send this link to a friend: https://bit.ly/ClaimYourConfidencePodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Trump wants to turn America into a banana republic. Here is an example of the same interrupting a previously scheduled “Briefing on Drug Trafficking on the Southern Border,” President Trump called reporters into the Oval Office on Wednesday afternoon and personally announced the grounding of every Boeing 737 Max in America. The move surprised White House advisers, two of whom told the Washington Post that Trump had earlier agreed to allow the Federal Aviation Administration, which has the legal authority to ground the planes, to make the announcement. Why was the United States acting so long after other countries had ordered the planes out of the sky, following a deadly crash in Ethiopia? Is this really how America's air safety decisions are supposed to be made? Nobody seemed to know. But one thing was apparent: Trump—a self-styled aviation expert, who cites his ownership of a Boeing 757 and his brief time running the Trump Shuttle airline, which went bust, in 1992, as the basis of his expertise—had once again inserted himself where he loves to be, right in the middle of a big story.
“It's not just about the people, but also the systems and processes in place. When art and science come together, magic happens.” -Dan Cockerell Leadership and culture are the driving forces when it comes to creating exceptional customer experiences. Smart organizations know the value of a well-designed plan for their business. They can't just open shop without a clear vision. It requires a savvy combination of the art and science of customer service. Two great examples of well-designed customer service experiences are Athleta and Banana Republic. They've trained their employees to go the extra mile, offering options like checking other stores' inventory for your desired size. It's all part of a well thought out process in their customer experience plan. No matter how great of a plan you come up with, consistency is key. It's not just about hiring good people, but about creating a culture where everyone delivers exceptional customer service. For example, when you walk into Athleta or Banana Republic, you know you'll receive top-notch service, no matter who's working. Everyone is trained so that customers get a predictable experience. Culture plays a vital role in customer service. It's about how things are done around here. As a leader, you set the tone for your organization. Define the experience you want to create, plan it out, and make sure it's consistently delivered. Ask yourself: What is the service experience that you want to create? How are you going to communicate it to your employees? How are you going to create checklists and processes to make sure It is done over and over and over again? Whether you're a business owner, a department manager, or even an HR representative, think about the service experience you want to offer. Remember, customer service is both an art and a science. Plan it, communicate it, and create processes to ensure it's executed flawlessly. Your customers will thank you through their loyalty. Connect with Dan: www.dancockerell.com About Dan - https://dancockerell.com/about/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/dancockerell/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/dancockerell/ Facebook - www.facebook.com/dancockerellspeaker Episode Highlights [00:02:11] Reflecting on leadership tactics for businesses. [00:04:40] Brands with exceptional service. [00:07:25] Find your culture, create great service, learn from experiences. [00:10:42] Employee training for better customer interactions. [00:15:25] Pay attention to the customer journey and touchpoint map.
This Week Grace and Mamrie discuss Grace's recent trip to the hospital, the Real Housewives of NY, Banana Republic, J. Crew, and begin to plan for Halloween. Go to http://zocdoc.com/weird to download the Zocdoc app for free and book a top-rated doctor today. Control Body Odor ANYWHERE with @lumedeodorant and get $5 off off your Starter Pack (that's over 40% off) with promo code TMGW at http://lumepodcast.com! #lumepod Go to http://shopify.com/weird to sign up for a one-dollar-per-month trial period. Go to http://theinkeylist.com and use promo code TMGW for 20% off your order.
BOH executive editor Fred Nicolaus joins host Dennis Scully to discuss the biggest news in the design industry, including Shopify and Faire teaming up, an illness afflicting quartz fabricators, and Banana Republic's big push into home. Later, T Magazine design editor Tom Delavan joins the show and shares his thoughts on ivory boucle, quiet luxury, and what it takes for a project to catch his eye.This episode is sponsored by Four HandsLINKSTom DelavanDennis ScullyBusiness of Home
Fasten your seatbelts as we're about to navigate a thorny journey through the commercial spaces reshaped by pandemic disruptions and the monumental shifts in long-term leases. Feel the tremors as Meta, Facebook's parent company, makes a staggering $181 million decision to terminate their London lease 18 years ahead of schedule. We'll tackle the ripple effects this mega move creates, along with the fresh push by tech giants for a three-day office workweek. We also shine a spotlight on Banana Republic's restructuring strategy, investigating their shift from the financial district to Union Square. As we change gears, we'll explore the convoluted labyrinth of subscription services, underlining the importance of a trial run before committing to one. Are you stuck with a service that simply doesn't meet your needs? We'll guide you through the potential hurdles of canceling and reiterate why it might be the best option for you. Prepare to gain insightful perspectives on how tech companies, commercial spaces, and consumer services are adapting to a world forever marked by the COVID-19 pandemic. This episode promises to leave you with a broader understanding of the dramatic changes in our world of work and consumption.Support the show
A judge ruled President Donald Trump exaggerated the values of his properties as he built he real estate empire. This decision is the first win for the banana republic and Trump is sure to appeal this decision. Mike Church reveals how the judge came to the wrong conclusion by describing how Trump built his empire. He discusses how Trump Tower was a dump of hotel before Trump bought it. He talks about Trump rebuilt the reputation of his current home Mar-A-Lago. He reveals how this is just another reason why the Demoncrats must discredit the President. They know they can't beat him, so they must resort to banana republic tactics. To learn more about this decision and the ramifications on this episode of the New Christendom Daily.
Introduction: Minutes 0 to 6:00 I've been watching Los Espookys on HBO Max and I love it. Chandra says this season of What We Do in the Shadows was really good. She also watched the US Open and loves Coco Gauff and Daniil Medvedev. Royals: Minutes 6:00 to 22:45 The Invictus Games are happening in Dusseldorf. Last week we mentioned that Prince Harry stopped briefly in the UK to attend the Wellchild Awards. He also visited his grandmother's crypt at St. George's Chapel in Windsor to quietly pay his respects on the anniversary of her death. He tried to stay under the radar but of course the royal rota threw a fit and said he was trying to upstage William. Meanwhile William and Kate were over an hour late to their event honoring the Queen on the anniversary of her death. Harry got a standing ovation in Dusseldorf and was greeted by the mayor. He's getting glowing coverage in the German press, especially now that Meghan is there. The Windsors are doing a ton of events as counterprogramming. Will and Kate were on Mike Tindall's rugby podcast, and the reporting afterwards was that they “torpedoed Harry's launch of the Invictus Games with the release of a podcast featuring them and Princess Anne.” They always do things with Harry and Meghan in mind. Kate's entire look at the Rugby World Cup was a copy of Meghan's at the Invictus Games opening a year prior. Kate visited a prison and wore a fluffy new wig that the press praised the next day. We also heard she had a meeting. William did an event for suicide prevention and mental health issues affecting construction workers. Meanwhile the royals have not acknowledged Team Briton or the Invictus Games, although they're trying to partially take credit for it by stating that Harry started it through the Royal Foundation. Meghan joined Harry at the Invictus games on Tuesday and attended her first event on Tuesday night. She was in a black Banana Republic shirtdress. On Wednesday Meghan wore a cardigan from J.Crew and dress shorts. She's also worn black jeans with a black sleeveless top and white jeans with a white sweater vest. She is doing her own hair and makeup. Thursday, Meghan and Harry did an event with Nato personnel. Meghan wore a silky brown blouse and dress pants. Chandra's favorite outfit she's worn is her travel outfit. The Nigerian team has given Meghan a traditional Nigerian name. She's been embraced by Invictus competitors and attendees. There are photos of Meghan holding Taira's hand, the Ukrainian Invictus competitor who was held in a Russian prison camp. The British royals haven't acknowledged the British Invictus team with a tweet or message or reception and even the British press is noticing. The British defense minister is there and has been in meetings though. We remember the story about how the British government pressured the Bidens not to support the Sussexes. The Windsors are so obvious with the stunts they're pulling. Comments of the Week: Minutes 22:45 to end Chandra's comment of the week is from GirlNinja on the post about Kate's wig. My comment of the week is from Indica on the post about how the FDA found phenylephrine is ineffective. Thanks for listening bitches!
Stigall briefly responds today to the Hunter Biden gun charges yesterday as well as the breaking news the UAW has gone on strike with some big demands. Check out the Harrumph Society for much more commentary while he's been on the road. Enjoy the wrap on the week with thoughtful conversations with brilliant folks: Wall Street Journal Editor at Large Gerard Baker and his new book "American Breakdown," former AG of Kansas Phil Kline warns of the Secretaries of State across the country plotting to keep Trump off the ballot entirely if he's successful in securing the GOP nomination, Dr. Marty McCary discusses the new wave of COVID and his impressions of the latest booster push, and Stella Morobito who wrote the most important book of the lockdown era "The Weaponization of Loneliness" discusses a possible return to lockdowns. - For more info visit the official website: https://chrisstigall.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisstigallshow/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChrisStigall Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chris.stigall/ Listen on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/StigallPod Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://bit.ly/StigallShowSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In hour 3, Chris talks about Nancy Pelosi lacking irony, saying that if Trump were to indict future running mates, that would be a Banana Republic without the banana, which would just be a republic...which is what we ALREADY HAVE! For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, download the WMAL app, visit WMAL.com or tune in love on WMAL-FM 105.9 from 9:00am-12:00pm Monday-Friday To join the conversation, Find us on X @WMAL and @ChrisPlanteShow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Donald Trump has made the absurd claim that the country is currently operating as a Banana Republic. MSNBC host and Citizen board member Ali Velshi breaks down where the term actually comes from, and the irony of someone like Trump weaponizing the term.
Ana Andjelic is Chief Brand Officer of ESPIRIT Holdings Limited and the author of the book The Business of Aspiration. Specializing in building brand-driven modern businesses, Ana is one of Forbes's The World's Most Influential CMOs. We discussed all of this and more this week on the On Brand podcast. About Ana Andjelic Ana Andjelic is a brand executive, author of “The Business of Aspiration” and one of Forbes's The World's Most Influential CMOs. Ana specializes in building brand-driven modern businesses. Most recently, she led the rebrand of Banana Republic and is now the Chief Brand Officer at ESPRIT. Ana earned her doctorate in sociology and is a widely read columnist, speaker, and advisor. Links from the Show ESPIRIT's new line targeted at Gen X and Gen Z (what Ana called “two for one”). Here's a collection of classic ESPIRIT ads from the '80s like Ana and I were discussing during the show. Check out Ana's book The Business of Aspiration. What brand has made Ana smile recently? Art collective MSCHF, specifically their recent colab with Victoria Beckham. Connect with Ana on X, Instagram, and LinkedIn. You can also sign up for her Substack. As We Wrap … Listen and subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon/Audible, Google Play, Stitcher, TuneIn, iHeart, YouTube, and RSS. Rate and review the show—If you like what you're hearing, be sure to head over to Apple Podcasts and click the 5-star button to rate the show. And, if you have a few extra seconds, write a couple of sentences and submit a review to help others find the show. Did you hear something you liked on this episode or another? Do you have a question you'd like our guests to answer? Let me know on Twitter using the hashtag #OnBrandPodcast and you may just hear your thoughts here on the show. On Brand is a part of the Marketing Podcast Network. Until next week, I'll see you on the Internet! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week our host Brandi Starr is joined by Stosh D. Walsh, Founder and Managing Principal at Constant Organizational Development. Stosh D. Walsh serves leaders and their organizations as a consultant, coach, facilitator, speaker, and writer. His direct, insightful, and encouraging style invites individuals and organizations to live with greater courage and create the best world they can envision. He began his career in traditional education settings, honing his leadership as a classroom teacher for middle school through college, and as a university residence life director and athletics coach. After those experiences, he spent nearly a decade with The Gallup Organization as part of their executive leadership practice, where he contributed to the best-selling Strengths Based Leadership, won several awards as Gallup's top presenter in his practice category, and published 2 articles: Five Questions You Must Ask Your Team". Gallup Business Journal, May 2013-subsequently named top read article of 2013, and "Leadership is More Than the C-Suite". Gallup Business Journal, September 2013. Stosh is an expert in strengths-based organizational development, including leadership and executive coaching, employee engagement, and talent management, having spent thousands of hours consulting, coaching, and training on each. He has also been a TEDx speaker and is the author of Along the Way: Leadership Stories from Everyday Life (2012). Over the course of his career, Stosh has delivered keynotes, facilitated workshops, and coached leaders in both non-profit and for-profit organizations, including many Fortune 500 companies. His experience spans a wide variety of industries, including healthcare, financial services, automotive, government, retail and manufacturing, a partial client list of which includes GE, HP, Boeing, Microsoft, Cardinal Health, Johnson & Johnson, State Farm, Caterpillar, Northrup Grumman, Alcoa, Johnson Controls, US Bank, Old Navy, Banana Republic, Waste Management, Kiewit, Stryker, Eastman Chemical, Harley Davidson, Charles Schwab, McKinsey, Federal Aviation Administration and Kohler. Stosh's formal education includes a BA in Education and an MA in Leadership. His other interests include photography, hiking, tattoos, good whisky, and spending time with his wife and 2 children. On the couch in this weeks' episode, Brandi and Stosh will tackle: The Heart of Success: A Leader's Guide to Highly Engaged Teams. Links: Get in touch with Stosh Walsh on: LinkedIn Instagram Facebook Constant Organizational Development YouTube Podcast: Insubordinate Subscribe, listen, and rate/review Revenue Rehab Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts , Amazon Music, or iHeart Radio and find more episodes on our website RevenueRehab.live
If you have a petite body type, finding your sense of style might land you a seat on the struggle bus. Basically, it's about proportion and finding the right balance. One thing is for certain though, there are some common petite pitfalls you need to know to avoid making critical fashion mistakes! In this episode, Your Favorite Personal Stylist Holly Katz answers fashion questions from one of our loyal listeners, and now a Fashion Bestie - about “What to Wear if You are Petite.” One key thing to know: If you are petite, you have special accommodations that you need for a cohesive wardrobe. It's important for you to know that setting yourself up for success is of utmost importance to elevate your style as you age. #TRUTH First, the definition of petite is 5'2”/ 5'3"or under, and wears a Size 2 or smaller. (Be aware that all body types can be petite, so you can add curvy or plus-size to this definition as well. You are still considered petite, but your wardrobe needs will be different.) For the purposes of this conversation, we are going to be talking about very small sizing. The struggle for a petite person to find a good fit is real. It's even harder to find fashionable clothes that fit well. You are most likely spending your life savings to have clothes altered to fit, or worse, buying just about anything that fits off the rack. When styling a petite client, Holly starts with her Wardrobe Checklist: What are the essentials you must have in your wardrobe, regardless of style, body shape, age, or profession? You need a copy of this Wardrobe Checklist! #nonnegosh Please go to this link: https://mailchi.mp/1d6670bb70d8/the-only-wardrobe-checklist-you-will-ever-need Regardless of your size or body shape, you still need the fundamentals and the foundations of well-fitting and intentional wardrobe, and this mostly means undergarments. Don't let your petite status trick you into thinking you don't need a proper bra (after a proper bra-fitting) and shapewear. A petite person has the extra-added step of trying to create the illusion of curves or shape where there might be none, and these can help. PETITE FASHION CRIMES: Wearing oversized or baggy clothing to hide your small size or lack of shape. You also are not required to wear body-con or tight-fitting clothing just because you are petite. Sophisticated slacks, layering pieces and jackets are a great way to give you the illusion of some curves where there are none. You want to balance your bottom half with the top half so you look proportionate. Dressing too young. There is a very fine line between wearing something that makes you look like you're in your 20s instead of your 40s because you are petite. Make sure your aesthetic is “polished and put together.” No shopping in junior's and no shopping in the kids section. #never This lends itself to the saying: Just because you CAN, doesn't mean you SHOULD. Case in point: When you are smaller size, you may think you can wear younger style trends, for instance, cut-off jean shorts. HOWEVER, at a certain age, you need to have a 7 or 8-inch inseam, with no cheeks hanging out. If that is your jam, you must have a sophisticated look to go along with it: Add a summer sweater, chunky jewelry, maybe a kimono (to cover your butt). And then continue to add your grown-up accessories, like a stellar handbag and shoes. That is Holly-approved petite style. WHERE TO BUY STYLISH PETITE CLOTHING: As always, go to Holly's Pinterest board to see all of the styles and brands mentioned in this episode: https://www.pinterest.com/hollykatzstyling/top-petite-size-clothing-picks/ The key to fashion success is to try on your clothing before you buy it! Many stores and brands carry smaller sizing or petite options: Anthropologie: https://www.anthropologie.com/petite-clothes Banana Republic: https://bananarepublic.gap.com/browse/category.do?cid=1178236&nav=meganav%3AWomen%3Amore%20sizes%3APetites Lovers and Friends: https://www.loversandfriends.us/?navsrc=main Moda Operandi: https://www.modaoperandi.com/ Etro: https://www.etro.com/us-en/women/ Edited Pieces: https://editedpieces.com/ Aritzia: https://www.aritzia.com/us/en/home Chiara Boni, Le Petite Robe: https://us.chiaraboni.com/ Petite Studio NYC: https://www.petitestudionyc.com/ Levi's: https://www.levi.com/US/en_US/ ASOS: https://www.asos.com/us/women/petite/cat/?cid=4177 YSL: https://www.ysl.com/en-us/shop-women/ready-to-wear/fall-23-looks KEY TAKEAWAY: Just because you wear a small size does not mean you can stay stuck in a style rut becuase you have been the same size forever. In fact, you may have to work harder to try new things and find items that fit you well so you can elevate your style. Buying off the rack is a privilege if you can wear a straight size. Just know that MOST people in the world, petite or not, have to make the clothes work for them by using a great alterations person on the regular. But YOU CAN DOOOO IT! And we can help! #DUH Never forget that we are the best fashion friend you never knew you needed. Holly is here to help. #imhereforit Find the @FASHION CRIMES PODCAST and @HOLLY KATZ STYLING on all the social platforms, including IG, FB, X-Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube, and LinkedIn. If you need help, have a question, or want us to cover your fashion dilemma (just like CHERYL!) on a podcast episode, all you need to do is send us a DM or email email@example.com. HOLLY'S BOOK CLUB: Did you get Holly's new book yet? ?!?! “STOP MAKING THESE FASHION MISTAKES” is still at the top of Amazon's Bestseller List and #1 in the Fashion & Style categories. Order it here now: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CCZZZBKK We promise it is the best $7.99 you every spent. AND, it makes an impressive gift for friends and family. #BEYOND Order yours TODAYYYYY. Thank you, and please be sure to join us for new episode drops EVERY. FRIDAY. You'll look better for it and you'll be saying to your friends..."You too, could look this good." We hope you have a fabulous fashionable week ahead! Xoxo, Holly Katz - Your Favorite Personal Stylist, the Hostess with the Mostest, and the ONLY Holly you need to know. www.fashionmespodcast.com
Today opens with an interview with former Ukrainian Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin. He was the prosecutor who was investigating corruption within Burisma and Joe Biden demanded he be fired. The interview really isn't new for those of us who looked at it back during the first Trump impeachment. The details were all plain to see. It's a shame it's taken so long for others to finally see the truth. At the same time Viktor Shokin's story is in the news, we also just learned that Devon Archer had a meeting with then-Secretary of State John Kerry just weeks before Shokin was fired. It's yet another named individual in the Obama administration who is connected with Hunter Biden's business dealings and the influence peddling operations involving Joe Biden. While on the subject of secret meetings in the White House, we are also learning that Bidden staffers met with Special Counsel Jack Smith's aides before the Trump indictment around Mar-a-Lago were issued. George Washington University Law Professor and Constitutional Scholar Jonathan Turley says that meeting is particularly troublesome and “raises obvious concerns about visits to the White House” while Smith and his staff were conduction their investigation. There is no legitimate purpose for the DOJ staffer to be meeting at the White House unless it's to coordinate their attack strategies. I remind everyone that the House Judiciary Committee has sent a letter regarding the big Fani Willis indictment, concerned about elements of collusion. It seems they are all willing to break whatever laws they want to achieve their ends. Attorney Lawrence Caplan has filed a challenge in federal court to have Donald Trump removed form the 2024 race, citing the 14th Amendment as the reason. As my friend Wendy Patterson says, “In the old United States of America, people were innocent until proven guilty. Trump has never been charged let alone convicted for starting an insurrection. If the judge uses the Rule of Law, this will be dismissed.” Let's hope so, but I'm not encouraged given all that we've seen to-date. Mollie Hemingway says that America can no longer say we do not prosecute political opponents of the ruling regime. No matter what happens in the coming weeks or months, the Biden regime has forever stained what had been a pristine record of having never done that before. As if we need more examples of a regime that is completely at odds with the Rule of Law, we spend a moment reminding you of who Professor Pamela Karlan is, how she was at Facebook to help censor the Hunter Biden laptop story and then got a plum job in the DOJ. She is now behind the lawsuit being brought on Elon Musk and Space-X for not hiring illegals. You can't make this up. A government contract that states all employees must be citizens is being pushed aside because Musk embarrassed them when he revealed their Censorship Industrial Complex. Because of that, he must be punished. There is a push to bring back masks and the Covid fear porn is on the rise. Don't fall for it. We all need to push back as hard as we can against this. Be ready to quote the latest study from the NIH stating the highly touted N95 masks may expose wearers to dangerous levels of toxic compounds and are linked to seizures and cancer. Florida Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo just recently slammed the mask mandates as “terrible policies” and also encouraged people to not comply. Eco-terrorists are the ones to blame for almost all of the wild fires around the world. Greece has arrested 79 so far of these arsonist scum who want to convince you that man is causing climate change and they are willing to destroy nature, pollute the air and kill animals and people to prove it's true. If any movement has to resort to terrorism to win, they are worthy of destroying. So, we end with some facts and knowledge from our good friend, Professor Ian Plimer. He once again reminds us that carbon-dioxide is not the cause of warming. The climate has always been fluctuating and human emissions have nothing to do with it. Take a moment to rate and review the show and then share the episode on social media. You can find me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, GETTR and TRUTH Social by searching for The Alan Sanders Show. You can also support the show by visiting my Patreon page!
Why: Israel's Democracy is in danger. Walter : Thinks that Service Chiefs a:ct like in a Banana Republic. Question: Is The IDF ready or suffering from the controversy? Ukrainian: Ambassador's appeal succeeds. The US: Justice system will in due course have egg on its face And: a lot more The Walter Bingham File 22AUG2023 - PODCAST
The communist doesn't need to appeal to the masses when they can control the choke points of society. Communists want to break up the family because demoralized people are easier to recruit. Your county's library board. 3 Marine Boot Camp tips. The break system that used to reign in the communists. We're already a Banana Republic. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The left in this country has gone too far. They have pushed the limits of honesty and integrity to the breaking point, they have trashed our legal system into something formerly only found in Stalin's Soviet Union, Hitler's Germany, and a third-world Banana Republic. Are we at the point of self-destruction, civil war, and total collapse? Bob shares a powerful analysis of the evil we face, and our certain doom, if our course is not corrected. Time is running out. Now, do you believe in this ministry? If you do, you can keep us on the air and as a podcast by visiting our website, https://truth2ponder.com/support. You can also mail a check payable to Ancient Word Radio, P.O. Box 510, Chilhowie, VA 24319. Thank you in advance for your faithfulness to this ministry. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/truth-to-ponder/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/truth-to-ponder/support
Phony Fani indicts #45 as the American Marxists continue to criminalize free speech. Steube has seen the receipts in the Biden bribery scandal and is ready to impeach. A U.S. Senator says the CCP virus was a planned event. Biden gets hammered for his "no comment" on Maui. Trump responds.
This is NOT good. Not for ANY political side and certainly not for the country. We have started down the path of no return. Join me LIVE with reaciton. SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE for daily videos from the Trish Regan Show Subscribe to the whole audio show on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3ZHdJOk - --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Check out my Live Free merch! https://trishregan.shop/ Support the show: https://trishregan.shop/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode right leaning comedian Nick Di Paolo talks about the latest Trump indictment and more! Like what you hear? Get TWICE as much "Nick Di Paolo Show", full episodes of Steven Crowder's “Louder with Crowder” show and more on Mug Club! Sign up today to get all their content at https://Nickdip.com and use the promo code NICKDIP to get your first month FREE! For Tour Dates, Merch, stand-up clips and more visit https://nickdip.com
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Part 3 -- Welcome to Third World USA and Paine Has Had It With the Post-Scamdemic Banana Republic; Paine Opens Up the Phone LinesWe Cannot Say Much of the 'Really Good Stuff' on Here That's Why We Created Paine.tv YOU CAN CONTRIBUTE TO THE SHOW BY CLICKING THIS LINK -- *** DONATE HERE *** GET the Intel that's Too Hot For Anywhere Else at P A IN E. TV CONTRIBUTE TO THE SHOW BY CLICKING THIS LINK -- *** DONATE HERE *** ...This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5788750/advertisement
Part 1 -- Welcome to Third World USA and Paine Has Had It With the Post-Scamdemic Banana Republic; Paine Opens Up the Phone LinesWe Cannot Say Much of the 'Really Good Stuff' on Here That's Why We Created Paine.tv YOU CAN CONTRIBUTE TO THE SHOW BY CLICKING THIS LINK -- *** DONATE HERE *** GET the Intel that's Too Hot For Anywhere Else at P A IN E. TV CONTRIBUTE TO THE SHOW BY CLICKING THIS LINK -- *** DONATE HERE *** ...This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5788750/advertisement
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Ep. 861: Conservatives have claimed that following Trump's third indictment, the United States is becoming a "banana republic." Leftists reject this narrative and instead claim Trump is trying to be "George III or the confederates." Both are historically stupid. The United States is Rome. https://mcclanahanacademy.com https://brionmcclanahan.com/support http://learntruehistory.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/brion-mcclanahan/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/brion-mcclanahan/support
Adeline Gheorghita Callanan is an Executive Creative Recruiter with boutique executive search firm Landline. With a specialty in product + brand, she recruits for brands in the fashion, retail, lifestyle and consumer goods space and has worked for Banana Republic, Athleta, Old Navy, SKIMS, Native Shoes, Wilson Sporting Goods & BRADY Brand. During her time at Gap Inc. she ran their internship & entry level design pipeline programs, partnering closely with top Fashion & Design schools across the UK & US, as well as served as a panelist for Fashion Senior Thesis Reviews for the Academy of Art University & California College of the Arts. Most recently she became a Career Mentor and Coach with Career Contessa where she works one-on-one with individuals as they navigate the various stages of their career. In this episode, she connects with Katelyn Nugent on how she found her way into the world of recruiting and how listening to your inner voice and taking risks have been key ingredients to her career.
In this episode, Trish Regan examines new testimony from Hunter Biden's business associate Devon Archer that seems to implicate a very seedy side of American politics. Archer testified to the House Oversight committee that Joe Biden, as Vice President, called his son and chatted with his son's international clients on some twenty different occasions. Plus, Jason Aldean's hit song makes it to the Number One spot on the Billboard charts! SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE for daily videos from the Trish Regan Show Subscribe to the whole audio show on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3ZHdJOk Check out my Live Free merch! https://trishregan.shop/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trish_regan/ T witter: https://twitter.com/trish_regan Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RealTrishRegan #trishregan #trishreganshow #thetrishreganshow #trish #trishreacts #exposed #business #economics #finance #economy #financialnews #news Today's show is brought to you in part by sponsor https://LegacyPreciousMetals.cocm Support the show: https://trishregan.shop/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this latest THOUGHTCRIME featuring Charlie Kirk, Jack Posobiec, Tyler Bowyer, and Blake Neff, the gang explores important questions like: -What do we make of the Jack Smith J6 indictment? -What appalling fruit-related thing did Lizzo make her backup dancers do? -Should Trump do the GOP debates, or skip them? -Is chanting "Kill white people" just a harmless tradition, like turkey on Thanksgiving? Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/supportSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Trump is arrested and Biden runs free - seems like a Banana Republic to Shaun! Historian and sociologist Dr. Rainer Zitelmann tells Shaun the US needs Reganomics right now, not Bidenomics! He gives a path to fight for capitalism in his book In Defense of Capitalism. PLUS, Judd Dunning, Shaun's California Connection, talks about the perversions of sex trafficking, pedophilia and fentanyl plaguing our country.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Whether the character of the nation, the character of the political candidates, or the character of the political system is the problem -or all 3-, America is descending into banana republic type revolution and wrangling. As author-editor of a 1,000 page American history textbook, Kevin Swanson comments. But what about election fraud----75- of Republicans sure thought so after the 2020 elections.--Do they have a reason to double the integrity of the election-- Of course they do. But the question has more to do with -how much fraud,- not so much whether there was fraud.--America breaks all the commandments. Why not the 9th commandment too---We get to the major concern-with President Trump on this segment.--This program includes---1. The World View in 5 Minutes with Adam McManus -Young U.S. missionary shared Christ with Middle Eastern Muslims- Singer Harry Styles donates millions to Planned Parenthood- Pence reacts to latest Trump indictment, comments on January 6th---2. Generations with Kevin Swanson
In this jam-packed episode of Adams Archive, we plunge headfirst into a whirlwind of controversy, unearthing the stories that are setting the stage in both politics and pop culture. We kick things off with a deep dive into the indictment of former President Donald Trump, scrutinizing the charges and dissecting the bias in his legal predicament. Then we pivot, bringing you some startling footage of Trump and Governor Ron DeSantis amidst a smear campaign that has tongues wagging. Next, we delve into the world of religion and free speech, highlighting a disturbing incident where a young Wisconsin preacher finds himself at odds with the law for spreading his beliefs at a drag event. We question the direction our society is heading in, where the lines of freedom of speech seem blurred. Then, hold onto your seats as we navigate the murky waters of celebrity scandal. We examine the explosive allegations of sexual harassment against pop icon Lizzo. From there, we venture into the world of tech and social media, where Meta is shaking things up in Canada. The climax of our narrative? An intriguing exploration into the familial history of Justin Trudeau, and the striking evidence suggesting his lineage might trace back to the infamous Cuban dictator Fidel Castro. All Links: https://linktr.ee/theaustinjadams Substack: https://austinadams.substack.com Merch: Https://antielite.club ----more---- Full Transcription: Adams Archive. Hello, you beautiful people and welcome to the Adams Archive. My name is Austin Adams, and thank you so much for listening. Today. On today's episode, we are going to be discussing the recent indictment of Donald Trump. The former president of the United States has now been indicted over the January 6th. Insurrection. So we'll look at those charges, who the judge is, which is, it happens to be an Obama appointed judge who has a history of going after people and giving longer sentences that are related to January 6th. So we'll discuss that. Then we will look at Trump's response to all of this. Moving after that, we'll look at his some of the videos that he put out, which is pretty hilarious of him and Ron DeSantis that is going on this smear campaign. And then we will move over into the Devin Archer interview that was conducted by Tucker Carlson. Following up on that conversation. And after that there was a Wisconsin preacher, a young man who was arrested after. Preaching the Lord's word at a drag event on his sidewalk. So pretty infuriating when you watch this video. I, I remember seeing this stuff in Canada, and I never would've thought it would've come to the United States. You know, we, we always talk about the freedom of speech and the freedom of religion and all of these things that, that we supposedly have written down on documents that should not be imposed upon. And here we are. Next up, we'll get into some little fun, fun and disgusting pop culture with Lizzo getting sued for sexual harassment by several of her former dancers, and then also some sexual accusations made to her. Involving bananas, so I'm sorry to do that to your ears. After that we'll also get into the recent hearing in or recent judgment in Canada regarding meta Facebook and Instagram no longer allowing for news to be posted in Canada, which happens to come on the same day as Justin Trudeau and his wife. Separating after 18 years of marriage. And that leading us into a conversation about Justin Trudeau, his family history, and whether or not he actually happens to be the son of once Dictator Fidel Castro. Hmm. And there's actually some, you know, there's a striking resemblance, which is one thing. There's some videos by Joe Rogan where they talk about it. But it's one thing for the resemblance, it's another thing with all of the corroborated evidence that we will go through. So stick around for that. The longer you're here. The deeper we get. All right. First thing I need you to do is head over to the sub stack, Austin Adams dot sub stack.com. Go ahead and sign up for the Sub Stack Companion for the podcast. All of the clips, articles, links, everything will be on there that we discussed today. Then you will also check out the original sub stack that I put from the last episode about the silent weapons for quiet wars, which we'll be having the part two come out. On Friday early morning I believe, or Saturday for you. So make sure that you're subscribed to the podcast. You follow me on YouTube 'cause you can actually walk through the documents with me. 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Join the sub stack, Austin Adams dot sub stack.com and let's jump. The Adams archive. Alright, episode number 80, I believe. Pretty wild that we've been here together for 80 episodes from the Red Pill Revolution podcast. Now to the Adams Archive. I appreciate you from the bottom of my heart. So, 80 episodes kind of a landmark and can't. I can't wait to keep this going and, and getting up to a hundred. So on the very first article of today's episode, we're going to be discussing President Donald Trump has been indicted for his involvement in the conspiracy of January 6th. Now, if I've, I've actually done several deep dives into this conversation. I did a deep dive into the CIA's responsibility and who Ray Epps was. So we'll get into maybe some of that conversation today, but let's jump into what this indictment looks like. Like, and then I'll give my opinion on it and what I think is actually going on, because I think it's pretty cut and dry. I think we know that by now. One thing that I did see DC Draino point out was that the type of indictment that we have here, the charges that we have Maybe I can pull up the tweet to get the specifics, but it does not allow them to disqualify him from running for president as a result of these these indictments. So that was a, a big distinction here that that was very relieving to see was that the indictments that we have here are fluff. They're nothing that's not gonna stop him from running for the presidential candidacy in 2024 against Joe Biden and hopefully not against Joe Biden. Hopefully against. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. If I was a perfect world, and you know, I've already given my thoughts on that in some of the past episodes, but. Trump has been indicted for obviously political additional political weaponization of our Department of Justice, and you've probably heard that over and over and over again because this is the fourth indictment that has been going on during the last, I don't know, three to four months of, of Donald Trump. Meanwhile, and, and we, again, we talked about this laps last at some point, but it's so crazy to me that a single time in history, we have both the current president. The last president being indicted on federal charges of corruption conspiracy. I don't know if there's ever been another period of time where that's been happening and it just shows you, it just, it just clues you into what I've talked about all along, which is that the government is just a mafiaa of. Slick haired mafiosos who are there to siphon money out of a pool of your taxes in any which way that they can for their own profitability. Right? Everybody throws money, throws money into a big pile in the middle of of the room, and I. All these politicians are looking to do is siphon money from that in, in through different deals that they're doing with, you know, maybe Ukrainian energy companies and maybe Chinese bio labs. And eventually their goal is just to see what, what they can pull out of your tax money by sending a bunch of money to a Ukraine bio lab and then having that same company pay them off to come speak at some event with 12 people at it for $40 million later. Right. It's, it's just so crazy to see how, how much of a. Comparison there is between our government even taking those taxes from people the same way that the Mexican drug cartels go to business owners and say, Hey, if you don't give us 25% of your profits, we're going to maliciously and violently shut you down, which is what they do with taxes. They tell you that if you don't pay us taxes, we're gonna throw you in jail and throw away the key. It's like, Maybe likely not, but if you're Wesley Snipes, they might make an example of you. Right. So it's pretty crazy to see how we actually have two simultaneous presidents, the sitting president and the previous president. I. Both being charged with criminal criminal offenses simultaneously, which is wild. So here's the article. This is coming from Atlas News. One of my favorite, most trusted news sources, which covers news around the world. Not sponsored or anything by them, but just really like the work that they do. It's a lot of like wartime news. So they're, they're covering the current kta in Niger, there's some fine lines that you have to walk in that I saw. I saw a response to Atlas News where somebody commented back to them regarding the kta in, in Niger, and they said one, one letter away from getting banned by Instagram with like a sweating emoji. And the response from Atlas News was like, I can't tell you how many times I proofread this article. Alright, this article says Donald Trump indicted on electoral interference and conspiracy charges. Former United States President Donald Trump has been federally indicted on charges in relation to his alleged efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election. Charges include, so it breaks down all four charges for you conspiracy to defraud the United States. By using dishonesty, fraud, and deceit to impair, obstruct, and defend the lawful federal government function by which the results of the presidential election are collected, counted, and certified by the federal government. So let's break down each one of these charges. Conspiracy to obstruct an official proceeding. Did knowingly combine conspire, confederate and agree with co-conspirators, known and unknown to the grand jury, to corruptly, obstruct, and impede an official proceeding that is the certification of the electoral vote, and then obstruction of an official proceeding attempted to and did corruptly obstruct and impede an official proceeding that is the certification of the electoral vote like this so vague, attempted to. Corruptly, obstruct and impede an official proceeding. Like what are you even talking about? What does that even mean? And the last one being conspiracy against rights. Did knowingly combine conspire confederate and agree to co-conspirators known and unknown to the grand jury to injure a press, threaten and intimidate one or more persons in the free exercise and enjoyment of their a right. Privilege secured to them by the Constitution and Laws in violation of Title 18, the United States Code Section 2 41 of the United States. That is the right to vote and to have one's vote counted, which is funny because none of this actually came to fruition. They say that, oh, he did impede and interfere with this. It's like, no, what did he specifically do? Right? He called for a protest. If anything, you should be charging the F B I with conspiracy to. Have election interference. You know, maybe for what they did against Hunter Biden's laptop, by going to all the tech companies preemptively and telling them not to run the story or to actively stifle free speech. Maybe it's for implanting people like Ray Epps to go out there and say, let's go into the Capitol, into the Capitol. M maybe one of the many, many things that we've seen, including the F B I, you know, weaponizing itself against the documents at Mar-a-Lago against. I mean, all of these things add up over time and, but, but, you know, let's go after the one guy who's running for president and, and against the person that we installed as the president of the United States in this Banana Republic. I can't help but think of the, the brand Banana Republic when I, when I say that, but it is so true, right? It's like, what is even the definition of Banana Republic, we hear it, you know, being utilized in this sense over and over again, right? And it's like, you kind of get the sense of it, but the Banana Republic is the first thing that comes up is actually the brand. Right? Of course. But let's see what the, the actual definition of a Banana Republic is for you. It's like an installed government that a third world country that weaponizes itself against people. But a Banana Republic is a politically and economically unstable country that with an econ economy dependent solely on the export of natural resources. The term originated in 1904 to describe Honduras in Costa Rica under economic exploitation by US corporations such as the United Fruit Company. Typically a Banana Republic has a society of extremely stratified social classes, usually a large impoverished working class and a ruling class. Plutocracy composed of the business, political and military elites. Such exploitation is enabled by collusion between the state and favored economic monopolies in which the profit derived from the private exploitation of public lands is private property while the debts incurred, therefore are the financial responsibility of the public treasury. So there you go. That is the actual definition that has nothing to do with tight, skinny jeans, in case you were curious. Alright, now it says that there was six co-conspirators. But it does not name them. But it says that they are an attorney who is willing to spread knowingly false claims and pursue strategies that the defendant's 2020 reelection campaign attorneys would not. Hmm. Is that one Rudy Giuliani. Co-conspirator. Two. An attorney who devised and attempted to implement a strategy to leverage the Vice President's ceremonial role overseeing certification proceedings to obstruct the certification of the presidential election co-conspirator. Three. An attorney whose unfounded claims of election fraud the defendant publicly acknowledged to others sounded crazy. Nonetheless, the defendant embraced and publicly amplified co-conspirator three's disinformation. Co-conspirator four is a Justice Department official who worked on civil matters, who with the defendant, attempted to use the Justice Department to open sham election crime investigations. Oh, could you imagine and influence state legislators? With knowingly false claims of election fraud. And then number five is an attorney who assisted in devising and attempting to implement a plan to submit fraudulent slates of presidential electors to abstain or obstruct the certification proceedings. And then the last one being a political consultant who helped implement a plan to submit fraudulent slates of presidential electors to obstruct the certification proceedings. So there you go. Those are the charges, and those are the co-conspirators, which I guess we'll find out who they actually are here in the following weeks, but, Like I said, we all know that the F b I was the one who actually caused this insurrection, even if you want to call it that. We know it wasn't that from the footage that we saw. Right. We know it was more of a glorified museum tour as you see the police walking through the hallways with them and letting them through the doors. As you see them politely speaking with authorities as they're walking through you know, walking through the building, it's pretty wild to see how much they can make it. And I think this was their plan all along. I think this was absolutely the plan of the F B I to in, in to plant the seed of this insurrection back all the way in 2020. And to cause them to have the ability to go after Donald Trump four years later, so he cannot rerun. Now, obviously, as we talked about, I don't believe that's the case with these charges and we'll see. Maybe I can get up DC drain o's post about this and I believe it was on Twitter, so maybe I can pull it up and, and see that the differentiation or x I guess they call it now. But let's see if we can pull it up. It says Pence implicitly admits, so that's something we should look at too, is Mike Pence, what Mike Pence actually said, which was like the craziest, most stupid thing in America. Pretty wild, but let's see if we can find this first. So DC Draino said, wow, he tweets a lot. This isn't a swing of the miss friendly reminder that Adam Schiff is one of 25 congressmen us, or history to be censored. Let's see. The feds and Jack now know Trump is going to win in the landslide. The proof is in the polls that came from Trump's nephew is the Twitter account. I am not seeing it here. Hmm, maybe it was on Instagram, but I do recall him posting something. Oh, here we go. Okay, so it says President Trump has been indicted on four federal counts, conspiracy to defraud the US conspiracy. Let's go ahead and pull this actually up for you guys. Conspiracy to defraud the US conspiracy to obstruct an official proceeding obstruction of an attempt to obstruct an official proceeding conspiracy against rights. It is very important to note that he was not charged with seditious. Conspiracy or insurrection, those two charges, if convicted by a leftist DC jury, would prohibit him from running in 2024 dc. Dino said, these charges are desperate acts from a desperate regime trying to do everything they can to stop a man that will hold them accountable in 2025. Agreed. Right. So good to know that that's actually not gonna stop him from running. And it just continues the narrative that they're weaponizing the actual federal government. So let's see. Donald Trump's responses to this, and he's posted lots and lots of videos about this, but let's read his actual, let's read Donald Trump's response to this. Indictment. It says, this is nothing more than the latest corrupt charter or chapter in the continued pathetic attempt by the Biden crime family and their weaponized Department of Justice to interfere with the 2024 election in which President Trump is the undisputed front runner in leading by substantial margins. But, Why did they wait two and a half years to bring these fake charges right in the middle of President Trump's winning campaign for 2024? Why was it announced the day after the big crooked Joe Biden scandal broke out from the halls of Congress? The answer is election interference. Donald Trump says The lawlessness of these persecutions of President Trump and his supporters is reminiscent of Nazi Germany in the 1930s, the former Soviet Union. Another authoritarian, dictor, or dictator role dictator role regimes. President Trump has always followed the law and the constitution, but with advice from many highly accomplished attorneys. These un-American witch hunts will fail and President Trump will be a reelected to the White House so he can save our country. From the abuse, incompetence and corruption that is running through the veins of our country at levels never seen before. Three years ago, we had strong borders, energy, independence, no inflation, and a great economy. Today we have a nation in decline. President Trump will not be the turd. By disgraceful and unprecedented political targeting. Alright, and Donald Trump said from his account also, why are they putting out another fake indictment the day after crook, Joe Biden scandal, one of the biggest in American history, broke out in the tall in the halls of Congress, a nationwide decline. Interesting. Another tweet that or truth that came from him was, I hear that deranged Jack Smith, nor did they interfere with the presidential election of 2024, will be putting out a yet another fake indictment of your favorite President me at 5:00 PM Why didn't they do this two and a half years ago? Why did they wait so long? Because they wanted to put it right in the middle of my campaign prosecutorial misconduct. Interesting. Alright, so then he goes on, let's see if there's any other tweets here. So he has some videos that we can watch. But I don't know the value of those other than what we've already discussed here. But he did post some funny things about Ron DeSantis and. Here he says thank you to everyone. I have never had so much support on anything before this unprecedented indictment of a former highly successful president. He says, in the leading candidate by far in the, both the Republican Party and the 2024 general election has awoken the world to the corruption scandal and failure that has taken place in the United States for the past three years. America is a nation in decline, but we will make it great again, greater than ever before. I love you all and. Just video after video that he posted. Here's a, let's see if there's anything to this one. 10 minutes of Democrats denying election results. That's a real thing that what I'm scared about in 2020, but rightly, because I think he's an illegitimate president that didn't really win. So how do you, you know, fight against that in 2020? You are absolutely right. He's an illegitimate president in my mind. Would you be my vice presidential candidate? But folks, look, I absolutely agree. Trump didn't actually win the election in 2016. He lost the election and he was put in the office. This was Jimmy Carter, Russia's affair. Trump knows he's an illegitimate president. The president elect, although legally elected is not legitimate. I don't see this president elect as a legitimate president. You said you believe that Russia's interference altered the outcome of the election. I don't. Hmm. So just 10 minutes of Democrats denying election results, and now they're indicting him for, you know, whatever it is, words he said that they're saying should go to jail for right over and over and over again. We see them trying these things and over and over and over again, we see them fail. I. And it's more about the, because when you can get a headline, the headline is 80% of the, the, the purpose. Like it's like 80% of the value is in just putting that subconscious framework out there for you, right? There's something called neurolinguistic programming, and when you can put something in front of somebody, Over and over and over and over again. Eventually people start to believe you, whether it's about the Russia, Russia, Russia hoax, whether it's about election interference, whether it's about an insurrection, insurrection, insurrection, right? It doesn't matter whether what you're saying is truth or not, it matters more so that you say it. Over and over again consistently enough to where it drops into the subconscious of the human psyche. So when they're putting these headlines out there and they're doing these fake bullshit Indic indictments that are going to go absolutely nowhere, the purpose isn't for him to go to jail. In any of these cases, Donald Trump will not go to jail. But what will happen and what they know will happen is that by putting out these headlines and having this negativity surrounding his campaign, there's going to be a sub. Conscious reaction from the general public, even if there's no merit to it, right? If you just say, you know, the sky's green, the sky's green, the sky's green, the sky's green over and over and over and over and over and over again. The children, when they're in the 10th grade, eventually they might look up and see a hue of blue that they start to vividly look at as green. So it's, it's not as much about what happens as it is about the headline itself. He was on Sean Hannity recently, the lots and lots of different discussions that he posted from True Social. But I will save you, you can head over to his True Social account and check those out yourself. Now in the midst of all of this Donald Trump indictments the day before Devin Archer. So I just wonder if they have like a portfolio of bullshit that they're just sitting on, which, you know, if you watched like the House of Cards, they kind of alluded to that. Right. They have like a black file on everybody that no matter what happens, they can just push out some sort of. Negative campaigns surrounding an individual at any given time and, and it just makes you wonder whether or not they've been sitting on this for something like the Deon Archer situation to come out while simultaneously, while a business partner of Hunter Biden comes out to a select committee hearing and. Just tells them everything, tells them the, the inappropriate conversations that he had with business people in, in Ukraine and China comes out and, you know, talks about where the money came from, that they were getting all of that simultaneously, you just so happened to have the next day that this comes out, you happen to have the president or former president of the United States get indicted. So he went on to Deon Archer being the former prison former. Business Associate of Hunter Biden from Rosemont Seneca, who also sat on the board of the Ukrainian biotech company and Energy Company, Bura came out and spoke out against him. Now, the reason that Devon Archer did this was because of a lot of people have. Kind of concluded was because there's a text message that Marjorie Taylor Greene came out with in a tweet recently, like yesterday or the day before that showed that there was a feud back and forth between Hunter Biden and Deon Archer, and what a stupid combination of names between. Archer and Hunter. But anyways the fact that there, the, what what was happening was Deon Archer had the Department of Justice allegedly weaponized against him to throw him in jail. He was, I believe, convicted and sentenced to a year in jail as a result, which he still has not served. So my hypothesis is, which he was claiming that. Directly to Hunter, that it was Hunter's fault and his association with his family. That was the result of him having to get this one year sentencing for whatever associations that he had as a result of that. So there's a, a, a thought here that the reason that Devin Archer is going to the select Committee hearings and, and in doing all of this, was because he was either mad or getting some sort of deal surrounding his sentencing. So here's the article from the Post-Millennial talking about Deon Archer. Admitting to Tucker Carlson on the phone, or Deon Archer admits to Tucker Carlson. The phone calls from Joe Biden were an absolute abuse of power. I. And here is the article. It says in the new episode of Tucker on Twitter, Tucker Carlson sat down with former Hunter Biden's business partner Devin Archer, to discuss the Biden family's corrupt overseas business dealings. Archer, who testified before Congress on Monday in a closed door meeting told Carlson of the more than 20 phone calls during business meetings that Hunter Biden would put his father on speakerphone, and it was an absolute. Abuse of soft power and here is some of the interview that we will look at and listen to together if it, you know, Plays quickly enough for you. But we'll read the article while it's loading. It says the power to have that access in that conversation. It's not in a scheduled conference call and it's part of your family. That's like the pinnacle of power in dc. Archer said, Archer said he could definitely say that at these business meetings where Biden was put on the phone. He knew there were business associates. I don't know if it was an orchestrated call in or not. It certainly was powerful though, because you know, if you're sitting with a foreign business person and you hear the Vice President's voice, that's prized enough. I mean, that's pretty impactful stuff for anybody. When asked what Hunter Biden brought to the table in skills, Archer said at the end of the day, he, you know, he had a career in Washington. He graduated from Yale Law School and had a very big network in DC and brought that know-how and understanding of DC and ultimately the Biden. Brand, that Biden brand bullshit drives me nuts. There's absolutely no, there's no brand behind a vice president. It's not a brand. It's, it's, it's an assumption of power. It's an assumption that if I give you this thing, you will give me whatever it is that I want back. Right? You will, you will in, in the case of the. Bio or of the energy company, Barisma. What they wanted was to leverage Joe Biden and they did it successfully, allegedly, to stop the prosecution of their company in Ukraine. So you are not so it's not a brand, there's no brand behind Joe Biden. The only brand he has is falling asleep while he is talking, not being able to finish a sentence, and also sniffing small children, right? So, so here's the video. Let's go ahead and watch it and see what they had in their conversation. Hunter Biden in a bunch of different businesses. What were the skill, the specific skills that he brought to clients? Well, at the end of the day, he, you know, he had a career in Washington. Yeah. Graduated Yale Law School and had a very big network in, in DC and brought that knowhow and understanding of DC and ultimately the Biden brand, the know-how. So as far as I could tell, he wasn't. Doing legal work? Correct? I mean, he wasn't in the council's office at Barisma, right? No. No. So the, the network and the Biden brand sounds like the, the kind of key component of Absolutely. Yeah. What he was bringing. Yep. Do you think that he would have been in those businesses not having a business background without his father being in a government position? It's hard to speculate in in those regards. I mean, yeah, I think when we initially met and and he talked about his advisory business, his business that needed to transition from lobbying to advisory and the interest in private equity, it seemed. You know, it seems like a new and interesting network for us to expand our business. Whether he could have, you know, been in that position. It's, it's hard for me to speculate, right. But obviously the brand of Biden, you know, adds a lot of power when New York Dad's Vice President for sure. And there was a time maybe 10 years ago when private equity, maybe like AI now was just one of those terms people were throwing out, I'm in private equity, right? But the mechanics, having done it, coming from a business background yourself are. Kind of complex, are they not? Absolutely. Absolutely. Yeah. No, it's a complex business. Takes years of training, but again, they're the initial idea around the business that they were gonna provide, you know, the government insight and an additional network to raise capital and then, you know, deal with regulatory issues that you might have at the corporate level. Right. Regulatory issues. Exactly. Okay, so that would be more his area, right? That would be his space. Right. But did he have a, a sophisticated understanding of regulation, do you think? I think that he led a team that had had a, had a sophisticated, okay. Because I lived in Washington a long time around a lot of regulation. Also a very complex area. Absolutely. Absolutely. I think there's, you know, you gotta be an expert in knowing the guy. And he was the guy that was the expert in knowing the guy. He was an expert in knowing the guy. Right. And who was the guy he knew? Well, he knew a lot of people, Joe Biden. Yeah. But obviously there was some familiar, you know, some, his brother, his father yeah. Some of his, his father's siblings. So he, he knew a lot of people. And, and obviously I know you're pointing to, you know, the father being the key relationship. Well, no, I, I'm just trying to get a sense of Washington's not a money town. Right. You know, people don't, aren't in business in Washington for the most part. Right. And most people don't have business skills that I've noticed in 30 years of living there. So really the business of Washington is, is selling access. That's what it looked like to me. Yes. Not just Hunter Biden, but like, yeah, no, do I think that's, I mean, I think that's the, one of the like core misconceptions. I mean, it seems like when I, you know, understanding a regulatory environment means selling access at the end of the day. Yeah. That's how I interpret it. And I think that's how most people on, you know, in Wall Street, whether they admit it or not interpret it. Yeah. So we're gonna, we've got a complex business that intersects with government. We need a guy who knows a guy, right? How do I, you know, deal with getting a guy a visa that needs to come over for a business deal, right? Call our lobbyist that knows the guy in d h s or used to work in D H Ss or you know, in customs border patrol or the people at the embassy and state, they, they might be able to help. So they're very like tactical elements that are regulatory and compliance and governance that you have to go through. And you gotta know the guy that right, worked at the old agency that now has the lobbying firm that can go back to the agency and. You know, get, get things put to the front of the line. So the reason I'm asking this is because it is not to give the Bidens a pass hardly. Right? But when people say, well, there's some question about whether Hunter was trading on his father's name, I. If you live in Washington, like that's the whole city right there. Right? Right. I think you, you know the answer to that at the end of the day. Right. So anyone, he had the best advantage to do that because of where he was. And you know, we thought that when we went into business, this was a great opportunity for us. So I get it. And you're not the only one who did that. Right. There were a lot of lot. Well, what's crazy too is it's like, it's not selling access, it's selling influence. It's, it's if, if you're the guy who can call the guy and get the guy to get a visa and skirt around, what would normally be the proper channels of communication and steps to take to have something accomplished, but you know, you can call somebody to have something done that is not normally allowed. If that person that you're calling to have something done with is. The president or the vice president of the United States and happens to be your father there, there should be some level of removed access from the children being able to pedal their father's influence as the vice president or president of the United States. It's right. It's like it's not selling a brand. It's not selling, it's not selling access. It's selling decision making and influencing. The very decision making of the person who was put into office by the, the general public. Right? It's, it's, it's has nothing to do with access. It has everything to do with decision making. So when you have a vice president of the United States, le they're, and they're not even levy levying their own power. They're levying the power of the United States that was bestowed upon them by the public. By you and I, by our tax dollars, by our alleged 81 million votes. Right? So, so that's, that's the infuriating part about this and, and, and where it even gets even deeper and darker and more murky waters is the 10% to the big guy. Right? Maybe, maybe it's Maybe Hunter Biden should be in jail. Right? Maybe, maybe. It's hard to, to define how Joe Biden played a part in this, but if that 10% to the big guy, if all of the influence who's of everybody, if you had to say there's a statistical likelihood of the connections that Hunter Biden has, who would the big guy be? Who do you think that would be? Would it be, you know, the guy that was in his contacts list as Petto Pete, his father, Joe Biden, the president of the United States. And God, it seems like such a dystopian weird thing that Joe Biden is actually the president in, in this simulation theory, right? I've said this several times, you know? This simulation must just be a comedy because the fact that we have Joe Biden as the president and we have this like sleeping old man cabinet of, of politicians running our entire country, and this interwoven fabric of oligarchy and, and. Elitist families who pedal the the, the money, like have all of the, the corporate and, and personal power in the world to drive change for everybody involved. Right. And then meanwhile, we have a man who can't even stay awake while he talks to other presidents from other countries. When it was like, who was it? The president of Israel, who he was speaking with, where he. Couldn't even finish a whole sentence. Like it's, it's so crazy to me that we've gotten to this point in reality and it just is proof of the simulation theory. To me, Biden is not the only son of a famous government official who's done this right at all. But I just wonder, like when you hear people say, well, it's kind of an open question, right? About why they hired Hunter Biden. Like, that's pretty disingenuous. No. Right. I think at the end of it, so. When you look at the whole, there, there are people that maybe were, you know, sons or relatives or brother-in-laws of other high ranking officials, but I think what we ran into and with, with what Hunter ran into was like almost like an Icarus issue. So he got a little, it was too close to the sun. Right. It was too good to be true. And the connections were, were too close in the scrutiny. Too much. Yes. And it ended up destroying, you know, he, it left the wake of a lot of dis, you know, a lot of destruction in businesses over a number of years. You know, so how many it's been reported, and you have said that there were occasions when Joe Biden would call in with clients present on a speaker phone. Right. How, how many times do you think that happened? I mean, over a 10 year partnership? I would you know, the number I'm going with is 20. That's probably the, the, the amount that I, so a lot kind of record. Yeah, a lot you could say. So Joe Biden, who's very much a product of Washington, of course, must have known that he was calling in to effectively a business meeting that his son was having. He must have understood that, that that was kind of what his son was selling. Well, that's, I mean, it's hard for me to speculate on that, but like, I guess my que, just to keep it to the facts, Tucker Joe Biden, then the city Vice President. Knew that there were hunter's business in the row there it in your face. Yeah, I think I can, I could definitively say at particular dinners or meetings. He knew there were business associates and he, you know, we, or if I was there, I was a business associate too. Yeah. So I think or if, you know, any of the other colleagues from the DC office or the New York office were there. So, yeah, at times there were from the, you know, to be, you know, completely clear on the calls. I don't know if it was an orchestrated call in or not. It certainly was powerful though, because, you know, if you're sitting with a foreign business person and you hear the Vice president's voice, that's prize enough. I mean, that's, that's, that's pretty impactful stuff for anyone in the world. It's, it's been reported and I know that it is true that the hunter and his brother were very close to their dad. Absolutely. Which I. They were also very close to Bo's, his other son's wife. If you recall that you know, hunter Biden actually took on his brother's ex widowed wife after Bo died, turned her into his girlfriend and sexual partner entering the very same vicinity of, of flesh that his brother did. Pretty disgusting stuff happening in this family. I think it's great. Yep. I've got a lot of kids. I'm very close to 'em. Talk to 'em every day. Yeah. Never called them on speaker during a business meeting. That's weird. Yeah. You've got a lot of kids, you're close to them. Do you call them on speaker during business meetings? I. Do I call, I mean, yeah. What is that? A grown man calling his dad on a speaker phone for sure. During a business meeting. Right. And to be clear, sometimes it was the call was coming in and the speaker would go on. Yeah. Yeah. So it was, it's just the presence. You have to be, I mean, you're, you, you understand DC right? So the power to have that. Access in that conversation, and it's not in a scheduled conference call and it's a part of your family that's, that's like the pinnacle of of power in DC a hundred. So he was selling power, right. There you go. If you wanna go watch it Tucker on Twitter is obviously on Twitter and you can see the entire interview there. Alright, moving on. There was, and I wanna make sure this is the exact video that I was looking at. Yeah, it's, this is an absolutely infuriating, infuriating. So let me give you my synopsis of this. First, there was some young men who were sitting out there preaching the Lord's word, reading from a Bible, nonetheless, from a public sidewalk in the United States of America during a drag show. Speaking the, the, the words of the Bible, and they came up and arrested one of these guys while he was speaking from the Bible. We saw this in Canada, right in the dystopian socialist world. That is Canada, just in Trudeau's socialist, communist stomping grounds. But now it's happening in the United States. This video, if this doesn't infuriate you, I don't know what will. This is against everything that we stand for in the United States of America. Here we go. Here you go. I'll walk you through what we're looking at here. So there's some police officers. I see him speaking from the Bible and he's trying to rip out the microphone from his hand. Right? And these guys are probably 22 or so. Absolutely doing the right thing. 22 years old, sitting out there on a sidewalk with a big speaker speaking out against this like drag some type of parade or something that's going on while they're on a public sidewalk. There's absolutely, you're right, you have the freedom of speech. You can say whatever you want in the public forum. You can protest, you can do whatever you want as long as you're not saying fire or calling for violence. Right? And he's sitting there ripping a microphone from his hand. These police officers should be absolutely ashamed of themselves. They should be removed from their positions of power. Their, their family and friends should dis be disgusted by them, and he is ripping stuff out of their hands as one police officer is I. This is, well, how come there's no amplification? What's this? So here we go. Start this over for you guys. You'll be consumed by one another. So here he is talking about it. Hey, what are doing? Grabs the microphone out of his hand. What is the problem? Vacation? Whatcha doing? What's wrong with it? What are doing? I, he didn't give him any warning. He grabbed the money. Oh, this is the same one that we had. Yeah, that was in there. It was not out here. What are the wrong, what are you doing? Let go you guys. Morning. They said we can have, they said we can speak out here on the sidewalk freely. You can speak, but there's no amplified devices. Nobody told us that there's no amplified devices. Is that, is that in the constitution? How come there's no amplification? This, Hey, you guys pushing him. They're grabbing his arm from behind. Three police officers grabbing this young man right to be out here engaging in speech. Sirens. He has everything and they put him in handcuffs speech. There's cars driving by with their radios playing. That's amplified sound. People are standing out here with radios. That's amplified sound. The ordinance has to do with a decibel gauge. You don't just get to pick and choose which amplification you like and which you don't. That's selective enforcement of the law. That's discrimination on the basis of speech. That's what you all just did. Content-based, discrimination based on speech, and they detained this young man in handcuffs for speaking words from the Bible on a public sidewalk. This is unbelievable in the United States of America where we have freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and meanwhile this. Coward of a police officer takes it into his own hands to stop this, this atrocious act of saying the Lord's word on a public forum. Right? And then they use the bullshit tactic of saying that it's because of the amplification. Like, oh, oh, is it, is it, and it has nothing to do with you wanting to tuck your dick between your legs and pretend to be a woman with your what, what is it called? Whatever that fetish is of dressing up as a woman that these drag guys do. You know, I, I'm sure this police officer just loved being on the side of the street where he gets to look at all these men talking their dick between their legs and then go and arrest some young nice man for reading from the Bible. I. That that is one of the most infuriating things that I've seen in a very long time. So it says, A Christian protesting a pride event over the weekend in Watertown, Wisconsin, was handcuffed and detained by police in the video that went viral. Several members of the Christian group Warriors for Christ were Evangel evangelizing at the city's annual pride in the park on Saturday, an event. Organizers advertised as family friendly. In the video, Marcus Schroeder is reading from the Bible in a Into a Microphone when officers surround him and grab his microphone and speaker as his group questions. The officers, they handcuff Schroeder and explain that he was being arrested for violating a sound ordinance. About noise amplification. Jason Storms, a fellow member of the Evangelical Ministry who filmed the encounter and shared it on Twitter, told the Republic Sentinel that police had also arrested three other young people from the group who were prey and talking to attendees on orders from city leaders. The police per orders from city leaders arrived. Or arrested several young people. Three were arrested earlier in the day while inside the park praying and talking to attendees, and then released with warnings. Yeah, because you had no fundamental legal basis for detaining them. You cowered. Storms alleged the officers were violating the right to free speech correctly as Schroeder was preaching on a sidewalk across from the public event. He told the outlet that the young man was charged with unlawful use of sound amplification and resisting arrest. Or resisting arrest. Yeah. Okay. However, the Christian youth who were arrested said they didn't regret their actions. Of course, and you shouldn't. It was worth it. It's actually an honor to be counted worthy, to stand with the cloud of witnesses who have gone before us and been arrested for the sake of spreading Christ in his kingdom. If the police wanted to try and set an example for others or anything like that, the only thing I've seen is actually the exact opposite, where more and more people are seeing the severity of what's going on and being called to more action. Good. Absolutely. Good. Alright, so here comes the most disgusting part of this episode, which has to do with Lizzo. But first I need you to hit the subscribe button, leave a five star review, and head over to the ck. You get everything that we're talking about here. I'll include the YouTube videos, some of the breakdown of clips, the articles that we're discussing here, all of that on the sub stack, Austin Adams dot sub stack.com. Go check it out right now. Alright. Lizzo was sued by former dancers for sexual harassment in creating a hostile work inve environment. So it says, while on tour with the singer, three women alleged that they were pressured at a strip club and weight shamed. So when you have the single fattest. Most obese artist in the history of popularity in the United States of America and probably the world next to maybe Jba the Hutt. She's now fat shaming her own dancers. I, I, I don't know yet, without reading this article, whether or not it was, they weren't fat enough or they weren't skinny enough, but I guess we'll find out. So it says that Lizzo has been sued by three former dancers for sexual harassment and creating a hostile work environment. N B C News reports The lawsuit viewed by Pitchfork was filed Tuesday or today in Los Angeles Superior Court and also named Liz O's Big Girl, big touring production company in Dance. Captain Charlene Quigley, the dancers. Are suing for damages over emotional distress distress, including unpaid wages, loss of earnings, and attorney fees. Pitchfork has reached out to Liz O's, representatives and Quigley for comment. The three dancers behind the lawsuit all began working with Lizzo in 2021. Arianna Davis and Crystal Williams were hired around the Amazon Reality Series. Watch Out for the Big Girls. A third Noelle Rodriguez was hired after appearing in the 2021 Rumors video. The lawsuit also described an incident that took place at a post show after party in Amsterdam earlier this year, where Lizzo allegedly pressured Davis to touch the breasts of a nude performer with Goding chants. The lawsuit also claimed Lizzo Wass encouraged answers to. Catch dildos launched from the performer's, vaginas and eat bananas, protruding from the performer's vaginas. So that's where the secondary article comes in, which says, Lizzo forced fat dancers to eat bananas from hooker's, vaginas, bombshell lawsuit alleges. Hmm. I like to eat, eat, eat bananas from vaginas. Maybe you know that song if you're a parent and if you don't it's probably just a little weird. But I happen to be a parent. I like to oat, oat, oat. Bananas from prostitute vaginas. Three former dancers from Lizzo are suing the rotund rapper for alleged fat shaming them and forcing them to endure sexually depraved behaviors and participate in disturbing sex acts. Plaintiff's Ariana Davis, crystal Williams and Noelle Rodriguez claim the 44 page lawsuit that Lizzo and her team. We're responsible for a hostile work environment, sexual harassment, assault, racial and religious harassment, disability discrimination, intentional interference with prospective economic advantage and false imprisonment. What Lizzo herself pressured plaintiffs and all her employees to attend outings were new to the in sexuality were a focal point in disregarded any apprehensions from plaintiffs the suit reads. This work environment would shock the conscious of anybody as it did for the plaintiffs. In one disturbing account, the plaintiffs alleged that while at Lizzo the special tour in Amsterdam in February, 2023, the purported performer invited them out for a night on the town. Which ended with them visiting the infamous Red Light district, known for sex shops and clubs and sex theaters featuring full nudity. At that point, things quickly got out of hand. The lawsuit states Lizzo began inviting cast members to take turns touching the new performers, catching dildos launched from their vaginas and eating bananas, protruding from the performers, vaginas the lawsuit states adding that Lizzo allegedly pressured and goaded Davis into touching one of the new performers breasts. The plaintiff's claimed that a monthly. Later, Lizzo 35, deceived them once again. Oh no, you deceived me. After all of that, they had no expectation that they would ever be deceived again. Deceived them into attending a n show, therefore robbing them from the choice not to participate. Davis also claimed in the lawsuit that at one point she had no choice but to soil herself on stage during an excruciating re-audition, fearing the repercussions of re excusing herself to go to the bathroom. What, excuse me if I have to shit myself for any employer, I'm out, whether you're Lizzo, Elvis, the Lord himself. If that's your requirements for occupation, then sorry. I'm not your guy. Not your guy. I, I enjoy bathrooms and honestly, I enjoy bidets Japanese bidets from the depths of, you know Kyoko Japan. Maybe that's a little bit more my style than, you know, soiling myself on stage at a Lizzo concert. Davis also alleged that Lizzo was recently had a meltdown over disparaging comments about her excessive weight on Twitter. Fat shamed her in a meeting while asking Davis why she seemed less committed and less bubbly and vivacious. In professional dance, a dancer's weight gain is often seemed as the dancer getting lazy or worse off as a performer of the suit reads, Lizzo and the choreograph choreographer's questions, choreographer's questions about Mrs. Davis' commitment to the tour were then thinly veiled concerns about Mrs. Davis weight gain. The plaintiff's attorneys Ron, like, what did you expect? You hired a bunch of fat girls to dance behind you because you're fat. You wanted to make yourself feel better, and now all of a sudden they're getting fatter. Like, but what do you think got them there? You thought they were just at a point and they were done like, oh, this is it. This is all I'm eating. This is exactly the weight I'm gonna maintain. Like prob probably not. In a professional dance, a dancer's weight gain is often seen as the dancer getting lazy or worse off as a performer. The plaintiff's attorneys, Ron Zaro, called out Liz's hypocrisy in the blistering statement, which said the stunning nature of how Lizzo and her management team treated their performers seems to go against everything. Lizzo stands for publicly. Well privately, she weight shames her dancers and demeans them in ways that are not only illegal, but absolutely demoralizing. Davison Williamson. Were among the 13 contestants of the Emmy winning Lizzo. Watch out for the big girls, which debuted an Amazon last year. I will include the entire 'cause I know you really want to read it. The entire lawsuit on my ck which I'm looking at right now, I will download this and have this for you 'cause I know. Just know you want to read it and I would read it for you. But I don't know if that's the best use of our time here. So I will include that on the sub stack. Alright, next up. Justin Trudeau and his wife's Sophie Trudeau are getting divorced after 18 years of marriage. Alright, and so, I, I couldn't imagine anybody actually wanting to be engaged or, or married to that man. So it, it's not a surprise to me, but 18 years of marriage is a pretty long time to event, you know, just suddenly get into a divorce. So this article comes from Reuters and it says that Justin and Sophie Trudeau separate after 18 years of marriage. I. It goes on to say August 2nd today, the Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie, said on Wednesday that they were separating an unexpected announcement that appeared to mark the end of the couple's 18 year high profile marriage. The couple had talked, frankly, in the past about difficulties in the relationship and in recent years where even seen less often together in public, there was actually some sort of allegations against Justin Trudeau with underage girls. I believe they had talked frankly. Allegedly they've talked frankly in the past about difficulties in the relationship and in recent years where I've seen less often together. Trudeau 51, it looks pretty good for 51. That's about the only positive quality this man has. But he looks pretty good for 51. And Sophie, Greg Gore, Trudeau I wonder if he's had a lot of the you know, Hollywood. Wine as one would say, we're married in May of 2005 and have three children together, age 15, 14, and nine. While that's super unfortunate, if you get divorced at that time, like that's such a crucial critical time for your children and to have a, so he had a child when he was 42. It's kind of late on their anniversary in 2020. He described her as my rock, my partner, and my best friend. Yeah, sounds like it. For Trudeau, there was also a painful historical parallels. His father, former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, separated from his wife Margaret in 1977, which were just about to get into when he were in a second. The development is also one of the biggest personal crisis of Trudeau since he became Prime Minister in 2015, especially since he often stresses the importance of family life. The couple made the announcement that week after Trudeau unveiled a massive cabinet shuffle and a bid to boost the fortunes of his liberal party, which is trailing in the polls. AIDS said AIDS said that he also determined to lead the liberal into the next election liberals into the next elections, which must be held by October, 2025. Sophie and I would like to share the fact that after many meaningful and difficult conversations, we have made the decision to separate the Canadian Broadcasting Corp at Public Safety Minister Dominic LeBlanc. One of Trudeau's closest allies with brief members of the cabinet later on Wednesday. Wow. Yeah, he looks pretty good for 51. She doesn't look too bad for 48, but you know, he's definitely drinking something. Maybe it has to do with the internal saturated blood of who knows, people underage. I joke. Kind of. Alright, so here's where it gets fun. Justin Trudeau, A lot of people seem to think that while being born in Ottawa, which is a considerable distance from Havana, that his mother, Margaret Trudeau visited Cuba nine months exactly before Justin was born. And there are photos of her mingling with Fidel Castro. On the right of this photo is Pierre Trudeau. His father, allegedly, his father and his wife. Castro, which I don't know about you, but if anybody touched my wife like this while I was standing in the room with them, we would be having a problem. And I'm not somebody who's like, you know, super possessive, but this looks like a little bit more like if anybody's fucking in these. In this picture, it looks like the two people on the left, like the dictator with a cigar in his mouth, and the younger woman, they're not the businessman 10 feet away from them. So there's this whole narrative. Now, if you go actually look at some of these pictures that I'm about to show you, or you go look them up yourself, you'll see that there is a substantial amount of evidence physically and historically around the idea that Justin Trudeau is actually the son of Fidel Castro. Lots of it, and many, many people have thought of this. So there's actually a video that will come up here that talks about Jo Joe Rogan. So let me give you the name of the account. This is coming from D O M L U C R E on Twitter, and he does some really good stuff, big following does some great deep dives into different topics. But this is the account that I will be following as I walk you through this discussion. And he says, according to Canadian and the to Canadian, the globe, and male, Pierre Trudeau and his wife Margaret, crossed paths with Fidel Castro. For the first time in 1970, the Globe reports and during friendship between the arc arch Liberal Pierre Trudeau and the Marxist revolutionary, Fidel Castro was formed. Now the article that is being put here, In front of us says Castro in Trudeau, a famous but also fraught friendship. And this comes from 2016. And it says Robert Wright teaches history as the, the writer. It says, just days ago when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made his official visit to Havana, the rumor mill was a buzz with the aspersion that Fidel Castro was somehow snubbed. Had somehow snubbed him by refusing a private meeting. Now with Fidel Castro's death, we may surmise that the official Cuban line was true, that his health was so precarious as to preclude even the short whatever this word is. Tati. I don't know what the hell that is. Certainly Mr. Joe himself gave no indication that he had been affronted. Yeah, maybe he wanted to see his dad before he died. It says fact checkers love refuting. The allegations that the Trudeaus were in Havana nine months just before Justin was born. There are certain truths that they just refuse to confront during the same period that Judo went on a Caribbean vacation on April to April 12th, 1971 to an unidentified island. And this is a snippet of a newspaper article. Which says Barbados Prime Minister Trudeau and his wife, or it says in Bridgetown, Barbados, prime Minister Trudeau and his wife left here Monday by chartered plane on a quick side trip to an unidentified nearby island. They arrived here Thursday on a brief second honeymoon and have reportedly been staying at a private residence on the island's posh West Coast. Heavy security measures have been in the fact since their arrival and the local press was asked to respect the newlyweds desire for. Privacy. There were also stories on trips to numerous Caribbean islands. While Cuba was not on the official itinerary, it seems unfathomable. Unfathomable that they would tour adjacent islands and choose not to visit their close Buddy Castro in Havana Wall in the area. He spoke also at Trudeau's funeral. Interesting. And there's an article that came from a website that shows the actual discussion that Fidel had to Pierre Trudeau, which says Fidel bids farewell to Pierre Trudeau. The 3rd of October, 2000 Cuban president Fidel Castro arrived in Montreal to attend the state funeral of former Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau. Fidel was asked by the family to serve as the honorary pallbearer. Wow. Alongside us former president Jimmy Carter Fidel arrived at the church, was greeted by shouts of Viva Fidel and Viva Cuba. I had come from Cuba at this time. He said of profound sadness of the Canadian people to pay my respects to the unforgettable memory of Pierre Trudeau, a WorldCast, a world class statesman for whom I had personal bonds with. His wife may be a friendship born of feelings of sincere admiration. I always considered him to be a serious political leader and with real concerns for the problems of the world. In the third world, a rational politician who made a trans transcendent contribution to modern Canadian history, a righteous and courageous man. I. Who encouraged in difficult circumstances, relations between his country and Cuba goes on and on and on. After Cuba Cuban Communist dictator, Fidel Castro's death was reported. Trudeau stated he was mourning his death and among other positive statements called Castro, a remarkable leader outrage erupted and many mocked him with Trudeau hashtag Trudeau eulogies on Twitter. And here is the video. It is been 14 years since the Cuban Missile Crisis, but with the present situation in Angola, prime Minister Trudeau's visit to Cuba this week was regarded as a bit dicey politically. His entourage thought the trip came off very well. They were very impressed by a certain quality of Premier Castro's, and it's a familiar word, charisma. 16 years ago, Pierre Trudeau tried to paddle a canoe from Miami to Havana, but he was turned back by American authorities. This time he made it and was royally welcomed, die hours before his arrival. Cubans by the tens of thousands lined the streets. Such enthusiasm was sustained for the three day visit and was clearly orchestrated by Premier Castro himself. It was his way of expressing gratitude to Canada for continued trade throughout the blockade with relations between Cuba and the United States going sour again because of Angola, premier Castro was eager to strengthen the Canadian Cuban connection. At a rally in the south coastal city of San Fuegos, not even a five hour wait under a blazing sun could diminish the enthusiasm of 25,000 sugar cane workers who chanted long-lived friendship between Cuba and Canada. The charismatic presence of Dr. Castro is always a drawing card for Cubans, but adding a fluently Spanish speaking leader like Trudeau made it an event. Few wanted to miss. Brotherhood and independence were the impressions both leaders wanted to convey to the world. Informal talks at an island Hideaway intensified their respect for each other and their mutual enjoyment of skin diving. Added to the rapport, the controversial skin diving. His wife was debated and Premier Castro defended his position that a Canadian reception. He pointed out that much of his country's population is of African extraction, and so a call for solidarity from Angolans to help defend their country against South African Invaders justified his support. We cannot do anything. Than to help the Ang people. Alright, so there you go. Just some legitimacy to what we're discussing here. It says, on January 1st, 1971, Margaret Trudeau described Fidel Castro as the sexiest man she's ever met, and claims that Prince Charles Ld down the front of her dress in her autobiography Beyond Reason Margaret was famed in the 1970s for her risque before marrying Trudeau. And here it says, prime ministerial mothers usually dwell as the far fringes of the spotlight. Stephen Harper's mother, who this is just reading an excerpt from her autobiography it says, I use my mother as an obvious example because she's the person closest to me worried about the stock market these days. Harper said at the time, Margaret Trudeau, by contras