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Hoy reconocemos que las elecciones que hacemos en el día a día son las que construyen nuestro camino y tomamos consciencia de cómo nuestras acciones impactan el camino de otras personas. En este episodio hablamos de:Nuestro entorno nos impacta, pero no nos defineNo debes cumplir las expectativas de nadie másTienes el control de tu propio caminoSi quieres conocer más de Despertando Podcast síguenos en nuestras redes sociales:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/despertandodurmiendo Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/despertandopodcast TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@despertandodurmiendo YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/DespertandoDurmiendoPodcastSi quieres conocer más sobre nuestros podcasts visita https://www.dudasmedia.com/Voz: Aura RamírezGuion: Sergio VenegasDirección Creativa: Alis EscobarCoordinación de Contenido: Nancy EdidDiseño Sonoro: Alfredo CruzDiseño Gráfico: Brianda Davalos y Giovana MendozaÁrea Digital: Ilse Gutiérrez, Camila MorenoEdición de Video: Perla Ramírez, Juan José Tejada Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
En este podcast te voy a hablar acerca de cómo valorar un proyecto de criptomonedas. Vamos a ver cómo servirnos del análisis fundamental y qué herramientas podemos usar para obtener toda la información necesaria. En base a todo esto y algunos aspectos más que veremos aquí, dispondrás de los fundamentos para tomar buenas decisiones de inversión. ¡No te lo pierdas!
Part one of the GMFB podcast begins with hosts Jamie Erdahl, Kyle Brandt, Peter Schrager and Jason McCourty analyzing what will decide the outcome in the Kansas City Chiefs-Detroit Lions opening matchup. Peter leads “we in or we out” where everyone shares if they're in or out on Broncos fans being the most disappointed fan base if their team doesn't greatly improve in 2023. Former NFL Offensive Lineman Ross Tucker joins the show and explains why the pressure is now on the Lions.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chutkan KICKS Trump in the TRIALThe Tony Michaels PodcastJudge Chutkan sets trial date for Trump in Jan. 6 insurrection case. Decides on a date after special counsel Jack Smith's preferred date in January and Donald Trump's teams motion for a 2026 trial. Trial is currently set for March 4, 2024.Support Tony on Patreonhttps://www.patreon.com/thetonymichaelsVenmo Chat Me NOW!https://account.venmo.com/u/thetonymichaelsSupport Gabe on Patreonhttps://www.patreon.com/iamgabesanchezJoin my Discord server now!https://discord.gg/5HyRwtwyZMFollow Texas Paulhttps://realtexaspaul.com/Link Your Amazon & Twitch Accountshttps://scribehow.com/shared/How_to_Connect_and_Subscribe_to_Twitch_with_Amazon_Prime__djkNTNdLSm6Sktblpz-43QWATCH TONY LIVEhttps://tonymichaels.live/DARK BRANDON T-SHIRThttps://store.thetonymichaels.com/listing/dark-brandon-shirtSUPPORT PRO-DEMOCRACY SPEECH TODAY!https://tonymichaels.live/tipWatch Tony on the MeidasTouch Facebook Pagehttps://www.facebook.com/meidastouchThe Tony Michaels Podcast ClipsThe Tony Michaels Podcast FULL EPISODESSubscribe to The Tony Michaels PodcastFollow The Tony Michael Podcast on Twitter @TonyMichaelsPodBroadcast live on TwitchApple PodcastsSpotifyOfficial Merch:store.thetonymichaels.comFUCK'EM Hatshats.thetonymichaels.comFollow Tony on Social MediaFollow Gabe on Social MediaSupport the show
Sixth Circuit Panel Wrongly Decides OSHA Doesn't Violate Nondelegation Doctrine A panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit ruled Wednesday in AllstatesRefractory Contractors LLC v. Walsh, et al. that the Occupational Safety and HealthAdministration's power to set permanent workplace-safety “safety standards” did not violate the nondelegation doctrine. NCLA had filed an amicus curiae brief in the case, arguing that the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Act of 1970 unlawfully transfers lawmaking power away from Congress by authorizing the Secretary of Labor to promulgate, modify, or revoke any occupational safety standard he deems “reasonably necessary or appropriate.” Vec interviews NCLA Litigation Counsel Sheng Li about the Sixth Circuit decision in Allstates Refractory Contractors LLC v. Walsh. NCLA Decries Govt Effort to Moot Suit Against Biden's Illegal Federal Contractor Vaccine Mandate NCLA has filed a brief opposing the government's motion to dismiss NCLA's Vanderstelt v. Biden lawsuit against the Biden Administration's unconstitutional Covid-19 vaccine mandate for government contractors. President Biden withdrew the mandate in May, but still claims the authority to reimpose it at his whim. NCLA asks the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan not to dismiss this suit against a major abuse of executive power that could resume at any moment, especially as Covid-19 restrictions re-emerge at companies and institutions across the country. Vec interviews NCLA Litigation Counsel Sheng Li on the response to the government's motion to dismiss Vanderstelt.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
After another brief hiatus, Sound Of Hockey is back and battling to find hockey content in the month of August. Despite the lack of hockey news, John, Darren, and Curtis somehow manage to fill another episode. On this one, they use some old tricks like HYPE-o-thetical and Let's Get Quizzical, which make for some fun discussion. Segments this week include Spilling the Beans and Weekly One-Timers. SUBSCRIBE! ENJOY! REVIEW!
Howie Kurtz on judging winners in the first GOP debate, Trump still railing against a stolen election and Mark Meadows not recalling Trump declassified Mar-a-Lago documents. Follow Howie on Twitter: @HowardKurtz For more #MediaBuzz click here Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Clips from Tuesday's Alex Golesh press conference where the Head Football Coach reveals plenty of what's going on at positions up and down the roster - except for one. DL Rashad Cheney Jr. and OL Mike Lofton discuss how they've adopted to the fast pace (13:45 mark). Then (17:00) Darek previews Thursday's women's soccer home opener vs. Alabama A&M and the men at No. 6 Washington, followed by a little volleyball (23:30) with Volleyball Head Coach Jolene Shepardson, new Setter Caroline Dykes and Right Side Amanda DeWitt on their victorious scrimmage and overall experience at JU. Finish with some hoops and softball.
As mentioned last episode the platform I use for RevolutionZ has installed an AI facility. It "listens" to the podcast, proposes titles, generates a description, and does some sound balancing, i think. The titles are not crazy, but I ignore them. It also generates a transcription. I suspect before long such facilities will generate translations as well...This episode is about ownership relations and workplace decision making both in capitalism and, more so, as proposed for a post capitalist economy called participatory economics, and also about a way to think through conceiving and assessing any kind of social vision. It includes material from the book No Bosses, published two years ago, and also current comments on that material generated when I recorded this episode. The AI generated the following description, included below.. Sadly, it is good enough so I can imagine many podcast creators using this facility either for a draft to edit or for a final copy. ---Bold claim, you say? Here it is - the traditional capitalist concept of ownership is fundamentally flawed and needs a radical overhaul. This provocative episode dives into the hot debate on the capitalist ownership of productive assets, from resources and tools to entire workplaces. We examine the stark difference between personal ownership and the immense power that comes with owning these productive assets. We discuss how we can create a just economy where workers are rewarded fairly for their work and those unable to work still get a fair share, with a portion allocated for collective needs like healthcare and public infrastructure.How do we foster collective self-management in our institutions and make everyone an integral part of the decision-making process? This episode pulls no punches in exploring this complex subject. From understanding how individual decisions can impact others to the necessity of involving everyone in the decisions that affect them, we discuss it all. We delve into the challenges of making temporary assumptions in economic visions and how this leap of faith can transform our workplaces into more egalitarian spaces.Finally, we venture into the realm of workplace decision-making under the banner of collective self-management. We discuss how to tackle variations within the workforce and manage decisions that have wider implications. The process of generating and assessing proposals for new institutions comes under scrutiny and we share insights on how people might choose their workplaces based on their preferences for decision-making procedures. This episode will challenge your preconceived notions about capitalism and inspire you to imagine a more equitable, self-managed future. We round off the episode with a deep dive into collective decision-making and how we can create an environment where every worker and consumer is prepared to make important decisions. We explore the issues of class relations and class rule, how decisions can be made effectively within teams, and how different decision-making procedures can be chosen to best approximate self-management. Don't miss out on this thought-provoking episode that aims to challenge the status quo and propose better solutions for the future. Tune in and join us in our journey towards a more equitable economy and society.Support the show
Sábado XIX Semana Tiempo Ordinario La Palabra De Dios está llena de tantos retos que cada día siembra el deseo profundo de alcanzar la santidad... Hoy la Palabra nos invita a decidir sobre el destino de nuestras familias y ciertamente que todos buscamos siempre la Salvación de ellas pero esto supone una serie de acciones... Lee los textos y decide que harás... Jos 24, 14-29 Sal 15, 1-2.5.8-9.11 Mt 19, 13-15
The fight cards keep coming and we keep talking about them! Let's get into another great episode. To preface don't forget that we no longer do our picks and predictions for PPV's because of our live show, The Kick Back! You can tune in and talk fights with us and hear our picks on the MMA Underground's youtube channel this coming Friday! Getting into the episode, we start off with Vicente Luque out wrestling RDA. Not the way we would have picked him winning but also we're seeing alot of fighters adding wrinkles to their game. We continue talking about some of the other winners on the card including Cub Swanson and Khalil Rountree Jr. Next we do a new game titled "Show Us Your Tweets: UFC 292 Edition". In this game we read off a tweet from each fighter on the main card, and one of us had to guess who said what. Lastly we move into a huge news section. We cover everything from updates on Conor Mcgregor's situation, the Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg situation, Bellator 300 and why we think it might be the last PPV for them, and Derrick Lewis signing a new contract! Like always please be sure to like, comment, rate and subscribe!
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I have been MIA on the podcast for the past few months as life decided to throw me a major challenge that I wasn't quite ready to handle! In this episode, I update you on what has happened to me and what to expect from me going forward, all with my "loving" side to help motivate you to take yourself to that next level! Glad to be back to the show and hope you enjoy it! -------------------------- We just launched our brand new and free soft tissue injury evaluation and treatment training, called The Peak Method, if you want to start getting in the right direction from being a service provider to a solution provider this is a great start. It is the first step in learning how to work smarter, not harder, helping to cut your treatment times in half, so you can avoid burnout and help more people get out of pain! If you want to request access to that training click the link to learn more and request it: Free Training Request Please consider joining our 'Soft Tissue Revolution' community on Facebook, where engaging as a group is much easier. It's an incredible group on Facebook, covering topics in Injury Evaluation, Treatment, Client Communication, Practice Marketing, Increasing Sales, Scaling Business, and other topics of interest in the Soft Tissue Injury Space. As always if you want to be part of the soft tissue revolution here's what you need to do: 1. Visit our Facebook Group Page by clicking here
This podcast is also available as a YouTube Video https://youtu.be/wQz7iO57vac Did the person you love decide to leave you? Are you struggling to let go of someone who doesn't love you back? In this video, we explore a compassionate nine-step process to heal and move forward. Throughout this journey, we delve into acknowledging and understanding your feelings, accepting reality, letting go with grace, and focusing on self-love and self-care. We'll provide practical advice, expert insights, and actionable steps to help you navigate this challenging time. Remember, you're not alone, and it's okay to seek help.
On Today's Show: https://thehotshotwakeup.substack.com/ Full operational update. Very busy around the nation. Southwest moves to a Preparedness Level 4. New fires in the PNW and Northern Rockies. Texas and Colorado looking to be busy. What is it like raising a family while a wildland firefighter? One Smokejumper and Hotshot's story. The challenges of work-life balance. PG&E stops trimming trees around powerlines. Decides to cut the amount of lines it'll bury. The company says it will prioritize shutting power off instead because it's cheaper… Plus more. THE HOTSHOT WAKE UP - Thank you to all of our paid subscribers. It allows us to donate generously to firefighter charities and supports all the content we provide. You also receive all of our article archives, more podcast episodes, Monday morning workouts, entered into our giveaways, recipes, and more.
In this episode of Game Mess Decides, that Baldur's Gate 3 seems kinda popular.The Decides crew also discusses the current success of the Nintendo Switch. To date, 130 million units of the console have been sold. The factors contributing to this significant sales figure will be explored in detail.Next, the podcast will cover Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom reaching a notable milestone with 18.5 million copies sold.Mike and Jeff will also have more to say about the anticipated specifications of the Switch 2. There are rumors that it may feature an 8-inch screen and 512GB of internal eMMC storage. The potential impact and implications of these features will be evaluated. This episode will also address the upcoming Oblivion remake and the remastered version of Quake 2, which could be released on August 11.Finally, the podcast will feature a special segment dedicated to the best games of 1997.This episode of Game Mess Decides aims to decide everything about games so you never have to think for yourself.Merch: https://game-mess.creator-spring.com/listing/rip-e3Patreon: https://patreon.com/gamemessDiscord: https://discord.gg/gamemess
Why are humans determined to repeat historical errors? Not just diplomatically but also in war.I talk about the HUMAN CONDITION >>>> Human nature!!!#History#War#Diplomany#Humans#PeaceHow does the human animal brain influence foreign policy? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This could be one of the more interesting episode yet. The whole crew joins in and takes a SERIOUS look into a worm farm. Check it out here: https://www.bizbuysell.com/Business-Opportunity/Nationally-Acclaimed-The-Worm-Farm-selling-Soils-Worms-and-Castings/2113910/Huge thanks to this week's Sponsors. Employer Flexible will help you take action to streamline your company's HR processes. They are the proud provider of flexible and adaptable PEO services. If you're a small business trying to grow, and you're struggling with a lack of internal HR or you're just dissatisfied with your current HR setup, consider Employer Flexible as your next vendor for HR outsourcing services. Check them out at https://www.employerflexible.com/.-------------------CloudBookkeeping offers adaptable solutions to businesses that want to focus on growth with a “client service first” approach. They offer a full suite of accounting services, including sophisticated reporting, QuickBooks software solutions, and full-service payroll options. Do you love Acquanon and want to see our smiling faces? Subscribe to our Youtube channel. Do you enjoy our content? Rate our show! Follow us on Twitter @acquanon Learnings about small business acquisitions and operations.
Who would guess that choosing a software subscription or medical equipment could cause division and disharmony within a veterinary practice team? Join Dr. Ernie Ward and Beckie Mossor, RVT, in The Veterinary Viewfinder's latest podcast episode: "Who Decides What To Buy? Veterinary Team Decision-Making For Software and Equipment Purchases." This week our hosts delve into the critical aspect of choosing software and equipment in the veterinary world and discover the thought process behind these crucial decisions. With expert insights from Dr. Ernie Ward and Beckie Mossor, RVT, this episode sheds light on the complex dynamics of veterinary team decision-making and empowers practices to make informed choices. Gain valuable tips on aligning technology with practice needs, optimizing workflow efficiency, and maximizing patient care. Stay ahead of the game and elevate your decision-making skills with this engaging and informative podcast episode! Viewfinders, what do you think? Has this been an issue in your clinic? How did your team or leadership handle it? Please share your experiences on our Facebook and Instagram pages or message us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No toda consejería matrimonial debe terminar en: “Bajo ningún concepto te debes divorciar”, porque estaríamos anulando las Palabras del Señor Jesús cuando dijo: “No se divorcien salvo por casos de adulterio” (Mateo 5:32).Dios le dio al engañado/a la facultad de decidir hasta dónde quiere llevar el resultado de una infidelidad.En el caso del día de hoy, una infidelidad dolorosa donde, hasta los hijos terminan inmiscuidos.Contacto directo con José: email@example.comMENSAJES ESCRITOS Y AYUDAS PARA LA FAMILIA: https://joseordonezcristiano.com▶︎ Grupo exclusivo de amigos de José en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/456812331344962/▶ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JoseOrdonezCristiano▶ Twitter: https://twitter.com/joseordonezcris▶ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joseordonezcristiano/▶ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/JoseOrdoñezCristianoCopyright © José OrdóñezJOJ Medios LLC USA
A young woman finding her way in the world goes on a date, it is a success. Decides to meet the following day and is never seen alive again.Was it a kinky game gone wrong, or was one of the five versions of events even remotely close to the truth?Its not Halloween but we have Vampires, Witches and a coven, or was he trying to start his own cult?We also have missing body parts AGAIN (swear its not deliberate) plus a rather dramatic court appearance.....This week we talk about: Murder, Dismemberment, Tinder, NebraskaSources: https://heavy.com/news/2017/12/sydney-loofe-family-parents-george-susie/https://www.theguardian.com/law/2017/nov/29/un-war-crimes-defendant-claims-to-drink-poison-at-trial-in-hague-slobodan-praljakhttps://www.news.com.au/world/us-man-steve-parsons-poisons-himself-in-court-after-guilty-verdict-for-sodomy/news-story/464905f381a4fea6c39625b303643b75https://www.police1.com/courthouse-security/articles/courtroom-suicide-man-took-cyanide-after-verdict-yezV22AtHJYcZnhB/https://nypost.com/2023/02/07/pedophile-killed-himself-in-courtroom-by-drinking-sodium-nitrate/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uADuPyj7jSghttps://www.newschannelnebraska.com/story/40754942/sydney-loofes-death-caused-by-homicidal-means-according-to-pathologisthttps://fox42kptm.com/news/local/watch-aubrey-trails-full-testimonyhttps://journalstar.com/news/state-and-regional/nebraska/boswells-attorney-argues-for-new-trial-in-loofe-slaying-over-gruesome-photos/article_bbab7cc6-b815-50ed-809d-4ec2ed1669a4.htmlSupport the showPatreon https://www.patreon.com/MMoMEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/MMonMonday Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/murdermeonmondaypodcast/ Theme Tune is published under license from: Tribe of Noise – Awkward Mystery https://prosearch.tribeofnoise.com/artists/show/29267/32277
On today's episode of WHAT THE TRUCK?!? Dooner is talking to a panel of industry experts about the fallout from Yellow's court case in Kansas City. Will teamsters be allowed to strike? Will Yellow survive the outcome? We'll find out from our great panel of Michael Bookout, Co-Founder at MyCarrierTMS; Todd Maiden, Editor at FreightWaves; Matthew Leffler, The Armchair Attorney; and Zach Strickland Watch on YouTube Visit our sponsor Subscribe to the WTT newsletter Apple Podcasts Spotify More FreightWaves Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's episode of WHAT THE TRUCK?!? Dooner is talking to a panel of industry experts about the fallout from Yellow's court case in Kansas City. Will teamsters be allowed to strike? Will Yellow survive the outcome? We'll find out from our great panel of Michael Bookout, Co-Founder at MyCarrierTMS; Todd Maiden, Editor at FreightWaves; Matthew Leffler, The Armchair Attorney; and Zach Strickland Watch on YouTube Visit our sponsor Subscribe to the WTT newsletter Apple Podcasts Spotify More FreightWaves Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today, New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu, one of the most popular governors in the country, announced he would not run for reelection. He announced that he would step down on Twitter, saying "public service should never be a career." Lisa Kashinsky from Politico's Massachusetts Playbook joins Boyd with the details. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
NATO states have acknowledged Ukraine's potential membership but did not specify a timeline. Addressing the "absurd" delay, President Zelensky expressed frustration, noting the lack of readiness to invite Ukraine to NATO. Currently attending the summit in Vilnius, Lithuania.
Welcome back to another episode of Talking Pools Podcast with your hosts, Kelli and Dan, bringing you all things pool-related. Today, on this special Taco Tuesday edition, we dive deep into a topic that every pool owner and service technician should pay attention to: the significance of having signed work orders or contracts and ensuring payment before any pool service begins. Join us as we explore the essential reasons behind this practice, shedding light on the importance of clear agreements, accountability, and fostering a smooth relationship between pool owners and their trusted service providers. So grab your favorite taco, relax by the poolside, and let's dive into this crucial discussion! Take our 2-minute listener survey! Help us to provide you with more of the content you want to hear. Take our quick 2-minute survey!CMAHC The Council for the Model Aquatic Health Code promotes health & safety at public swimming pools Independent Pool and Spa Service Assoc IPSSA Join the largest trade organization created by and for pool and spa service techs.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show
App-based ride-share and food delivery companies rely on algorithms that dictate speed, behaviour and the wage of gig workers resulting in different payments for the same work. Labour experts are warning about ‘algorithm wage discrimination' and concern around protecting workers when it comes to AI.Vanmala Subramaniam, The Globe's future of work reporter, discusses what we do know about how this works, and the growing trend of AI being in charge of a worker's pay.Questions? Comments? Ideas? Email us at email@example.com
UPS has bargained in bad faith with their unionized Teamster workforce, left part-timers behind to struggle in "part time poverty", and are now walking away from the table on the brink of a deal. UPS wants to continue harming it's part-time warehouse help while the Teamsters have doubled down on uplifting everybody under their contract. Join us for a discussion. ----------------------------------- This podcast and related works take a lot of effort and time to produce! Please help us keep it going if you are able with a one-time donation or recurring subscription at Buy Me A Coffee! LINK: www.buymeacoffee.com/tribunusplebis Please, if you have a moment, take a second to rate and review on Apple! It's the single best way you can help us grow aside from word of mouth! Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2Fa69IA Check out all of our links at our LinkTree! https://linktr.ee/TribunusPlebisMedia --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/tribunus-plebis/message
This is a free preview of a paid episode. To hear more, visit www.blockedandreported.orgThis week on the premium edition of Blocked and Reported, Katie and Jesse discuss an NPR piece that claims Asians who oppose affirmative action are being manipulated by pale-skinned puppetmasters. Plus, fireworks. To support the show and get access to this episode and much more, become a Primo…
First, we delve into the recent scandal that's rocked the heart of American politics - traces of cocaine found within the hallowed halls of the White House. We dissect the reactions from both the White House Press Secretary and former President Donald Trump, leaving no stone unturned in this exhilarating whodunit. Then, we steer the conversation towards an uncanny encounter of the digital kind. Reports of an artificial intelligence humanoid, masquerading as a reptilian entity aboard a commercial airliner, have made waves across the globe. This peculiar incident has been the fuel for countless conspiracy theories, some even suggesting the involvement of Mexican drug cartels using social media platforms like TikTok. Our final destination takes us to the controversial tale of Pat Tillman, a former NFL player turned US Army Ranger, whose mysterious death still ignites debates. Did Tillman fall victim to friendly fire, or was his death part of a more elaborate military coverup? We explore the eerie circumstances surrounding his demise, questioning the inconsistencies that hint at a potential conspiracy. Immerse yourself in these captivating narratives with Austin Adams, as we question the reality around us. Subscribe to the Adams Archive and leave us a 5-star review. Connect with Austin on Instagram and Threads, the new platform by Meta's Mark Zuckerberg, to stay updated on the latest episodes and exclusive content. Visit austinadams.ck.com for more engaging discussions. Every review and subscription helps us to keep shedding light on the stories that truly matter. All Links: Https://linktr.ee/theaustinjadams Merchandise: Https://antielite.club Substack: Https://austinadams.substack.com ----more---- Full Transcription: The 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 this podcast, we are going to be discussing the White House, having found remnants of cocaine within the White House. And I wonder just who that could have been from. We will discuss the White House Press secretary's response to that as well as Donald Trump's response to that, and I only wonder who that could have came from. So we will discuss my theories, then we will jump right into the federal judge ordering the Biden administration to stop their efforts to censor social media companies, which is a huge win, huge win. Understated not being talked about. Huge win for freedom of speech. We will discuss that, then we will move into TikTok, allowing Mexican drug cartels to post help wanted ads for human smugglers. After that, if you recall, there was a left wing liberal influencer who had said some wild things, why absolutely wild things during the affirmative action hearing, which the Supreme Court ruled on, which we have not talked about yet. So maybe we can discuss a little bit about the Supreme Court hearings that happened. But there was a influencer, Erica Marsh, allegedly on Twitter who had tweeted some pretty, I don't know, pretty racist stuff. And so so but she was a liberal defending affirmative action. And so we will, apparently she does not. Exist. So we'll talk about that. After that we are going to jump right into some conspiratorial stuff, which will be Pat Tillman's death. If you recall, pat Tillman was a former NFL player who became a US Army Ranger after nine 11 who mysteriously died with some pretty crazy things happening around his death that we will discuss as well, which kind of points to a coverup by the US military. And then finally, last but not least, there was a woman on a airliner who said that she saw a reptile humanoid on an airplane and just ran off the airplane. And she didn't seem drunk when she was talking. She didn't seem like high. She didn't seem to be on any crazy substances in the way that she was speaking. She was just terrified. And there was some weird reports about that. So we will look at that. And then a Reddit conspiracy thread around it may be being a, a artificial intelligence humanoid. Hmm. All of that more. So stick around with me the later we get, the deeper we get stick around. Thank you so much for listening. Go ahead and subscribe. Leave a five star review. I would appreciate it. From the bottom of my heart. I say it every single week. I would love to see it. Hit that five star review, write something nice. It just helps me get through the rankings. Lets me know, you know, I'm not taking any money for this right now. There's no ads on here. Nothing. The only currency that I ask from you is just leaving a five star review at this point. All right, so again, hit that five star review button, subscribe. Head over to the ck austin adams.ck.com. And then head over to Instagram, the Austin J. Adams. Follow me there. And then follow me on a new social media platform called Threads, which just dropped today by Mark Zuckerberg at the in the Meta team, which is a Twitter rival. Very interesting. So you can find me there as well. Alright, thank you guys so much for listening. Let's jump. Into it. The Adams archive. All right, let's jump into it. The very first thing that we're gonna discuss today was the White House Security Team. All right. The Secret Service seemingly found some sort of weird white substance, some powdery substance with some nose hairs in it inside of the White House, and we can only fathom what that would be, especially after the, you know, the, the. Crazy response from the White House Press secretary saying, we have no idea what happened here. We must get to the bottom of this. Who could have been this person in the White House snorting cocaine? We don't know anybody that's a part of this family, a part of the presidential family, a part of a part of anybody that would be in the White House that maybe has a cocaine addiction. So this article says, white House Press Secretary says Biden wants to get to the bottom of the cocaine found at the White House. I bet you do. Joe Biden. And here it goes. Says, during Wednesday's, Wednesdays White House press conference, press Secretary Kareem Jean Pierre said, Biden thinks it's incredibly important to get to the bottom of how cocaine found its way to the White House over the weekend. I wonder if he's really curious about looking into, you know, how a seemingly, you know harmless laptop got dropped off at a. Laptop fixing place without his consent says, how determined is the president to get to the bottom of this? So here, here's the actual quote itself. Let's go ahead and listen then, and turning to some breaking news. We have just learned that a formal lab has confirmed the suspicion that that white powdery substance found in the West Wing on Sunday was in fact positive for cocaine. The discovery led to a big evacuation at the White House Sunday night. Joining us now is NBC White House correspondent Mike. Me. So I'm like, where do things stand now? This is so unusual. You and I have covered the White House for years. I can't even fathom anything like this having been found before in the West Wing and. I go back to the seventies at the White House, so this is pretty, pretty wild. It's absolutely extraordinary. Andrea and this new conclusive test confirms what had been the preliminary field test conducted by DC fire personnel who were called in on Sunday night after the discovery of this suspicious substance by a uniformed officer in the Secret Service that was conducting a routine patrol of the White House. And so to recap on the developments from that we've been reporting on yesterday, this was found we understand in a highly trafficked common area of the West Wing. It's an area where individuals, especially visitors, individuals who may be coming for, for instance, a private tour, might have been asked to leave some of their personal belongings before heading into more sensitive areas of the West Wing, which of course includes the president's, the vice president's office, some of the most senior officials. Offices as well as the press. You know, it's a totally public area that you, you know, just so happen to go into that has absolutely nothing to do with Joe Biden's son, who seemingly has a cocaine and crack addiction. And here's j, here's the White House press secretary responding to this stating how, how willing and, and eager they are to get to the bottom of who this could be. Thanks. One more on cocaine. How One more on cocaine resident to get to the bottom. Who brought illegal drugs into the White House? So secret services. Getting to the bottom of this. I wonder how many questions at the White House has started it with this One more question on cocaine. It's what matters and it's under, but it was, listen to this cocaine. One more question on cocaine. It's fake. One more on cocaine. How determined is the president to get to the bottom, who brought illegal drugs into the way. Secret Service is getting to the bottom and that's what matters, and it's under their purview. But it was, the question was, how determined is the President? The President thinks it's very important to get to the bottom of this. That's why Secret Service, which is under their purview, is looking into this and they're gonna look into what happened this weekend. So the President thinks as the Secret Service shows up, and it's a man who looks seemingly much like Hunter Biden, just with a mustache. I have no idea how this happened, sir. Let me go ahead and clean that up for you, man. What a mess. Could you imagine? I'm pretty sure they were on some sort of vacation when this happened. Could you imagine the conversation between Hunter Biden and his father when they found out that the day before they left for vacation, there was cocaine found in the White House? Could you imagine that conversation? Not that I would think Joe Biden would, you know, remember the fact that his son is a cocaine and crackhead, but. I guess meth, right? He smokes a lot of meth. It was a meth or crack. I'm pretty sure it's methamphetamine, but I dig grass. I wonder how that conversation went. This goes, we went pressed further of how determined Biden was. We just listened to that. It says reporter asked the White House practice secretary, whether the White House would be, would support the prosecution of whoever brought the cocaine into the building. And she says, yeah, thank you. If the secret Service determines the, who brought the cocaine into the White House, does the White House support the prosecution of this individual? I'm just not gonna get into hypotheticals from here. Let let the Secret Service do their job. It's under their purview. We are confident that they'll get to the bottom of it. I'm just not gonna get it ahead of it. It's right this time. And then the next question was the president and the first lady, she says, and their family we're absolutely not here this weekend. And secondly, per the entry, go to the holiday. Can you give any more details on where the Secret Service found the cocaine in the West Wing and how it got, so, as you know, this is under the preview of the Secret Service. They are currently investigating what happened over the weekend. So I would have to refer you to the Secret first, the Secret Service on all of this. But one thing that I can share that I'll, that I'll share a little bit or more information, as you know, the, the, the president and the First Lady and their family were not here this weekend, as you all reported on this. And as you also know that they left on Friday. And returned just yesterday. Where where this was discovered is a heavily traveled area where many White House west Wing, I should be even more specific west Wing visitors come through this particular area. And not only can you underst, can you imagine the conversation between Joe Biden and Hunter Biden, but can you imagine the job of John, whatever, St. Pierre, her name is what is her name? John Pierre. Could you imagine what she has to, to deal with when she comes in and gets a briefing on a daily basis about what she has to talk about and what's in her notes? And she sees that Hunter Biden very likely left cocaine in the White House, and now she not. Joe Biden, of course, who doesn't answer any questions. Not, not Jill Biden, not Hunter Biden. She's the one who has to deal with the after effects of this. So I would be, I would just imagine the look on her face when she realizes that she's the one who has to answer for Hunter Biden's crack addiction. Alright, let's jump into Trump's response to this and see what he has to say here. Here's the response, although this might be just the first the first clip and turn. Yep, that's the first clip. So it says, does anybody really believe that co the cocaine found in the west wing of the White House? Very close to the Oval Office is for the use of anyone other than Hunter and Joe Biden. Trump wrote, here's here's the tweet or the truth that came from truth social and it says, does anybody really believe that the cocaine found in the west wing of the White House very close to the Oval Office is for the use of anyone other than Hunter and Joe Biden? But watch the fake news. Media will soon start saying that the amount found was very small and it wasn't really cocaine, but rather common ground up aspirin and the story will vanish, has deranged Jack Smith, the crazy Trump hitting special prosecutor been seen in that area in the area of the cocaine? He looks like a crack head to me is true. He goes on to say, where are the White House security tapes, like the ones I openly and happily gave to, to deranged Jack Smith, which will quickly show where the cocaine in the White House came from. They already know the answer, but probably don't like it. Yeah. What do you know how many cameras are in the White House and you believe that we can't find out whose cocaine was sitting on the table in the Oval Office? Really? There's gotta be more cameras in there than there is in a fricking target in la, right? Like it's crazy that they think we're so stupid that they don't have video evidence showing who is snorting cocaine Off of the counter, it says this is by Kelly O'Donnell. It says The Secret Service said the investigation remains ongoing, that they have not yet determined the owner of the bag of cocaine. They're reviewing surveillance footage and entrance logs as a part of the investigation. It has not yet been revealed how long the bag of cocaine was in the West Wing. Hmm. It says We have also reported that the Secret Service investigation will review security camera footage and entrance logs to try and figure out when the cocaine baggie was left and by whom. Hmm. It says, here is what I've already reported. Substance was confirmed as cocaine. Small baggie was found. Sunday inside the common area at the West Wing entrance where staff slash visitors leave personal items like phones. President Biden was at Camp David with his son Hunter Biden when the cocaine was discovered and the White House evacuated. Hunter Biden, who is at the White House just two days prior to the discovery, has a long history of drug abuse, which has been revealed through his infamous abandoned laptop. The cocaine was initially identified as unknown item. Now we probably don't even have to wait for this security footage to come out because, you know, if this was Hunter Biden, he's absolutely going to be standing there with a selfie snorting this cocaine with a, some type of prostitute in the room with him. So it's only a matter of time, even if the Secret Service doesn't come out with this, that we know really for a fact who this was like, I'm pretty sure every single time ever. Ever. The Hunter Biden's done drugs. He photographs it with a prostitute, so it won't be too long. That's great. All right. Now moving on. Let's go ahead and move on from that. It says that a federal judge ordered Biden's administration to stop efforts to censor social media companies. Now this is a landmark decision by a federal judge. Now, this isn't a longstanding decision. This is, was done as an initial decision awaiting the full trial of this decision. But this was the initial decision as a result. So Here we go. This is from the post-Millennial. It says, on Tuesday, a federal judge ruled that the Biden administration likely violated the First Amendment in its contact with social media companies to censor content and criticism. During the Covid Pandemic US District, judge Terry Dowdy of Louisiana in a 155 page ruling, blocked officials within the White House and multiple federal agencies from contacting social media companies with the intention of censoring political views in other speech protected under the First Amendment. According to the Wall Street Journal, the evidence produced thus far depicts an almost dystopian scenario, wrote Judge Dowdy during the COVID 19 pandemic a period perhaps best characterized by widespread doubt and uncertainty. Though United States government seems to have assumed a role similar to the in Orwellian Ministry of Truth, which they, if you recall, actually tried to put together a Ministry of Truth. You remember that kind of went away, but they tried, right? They tried to actually put together a, a entity within the government that would decide what was fact and what was not fact and push that out to the social media companies. It says the attorney generals alleged that the Biden administration was using a federal censorship enterprise and pressured social media platforms to remove post questioning covid 19 health policies. The origin of the pandemic questions regarding the results of the 2020 election, the Hunter Biden laptop story among other topics, which again, I was a part of that for eight months. My, my account was shadow banned on Instagram, eight months of the 16 months that it's been around. It was completely shadow banned for since four months into it where it grew like crazy. And then shadow banned for eight full months where I couldn't get 2000 views on my videos with 35, 40,000 followers. And it was because I posted a video that came from infowars that broke down the Barisma deal that we are just figuring out. They have 17 audio recordings now, but I posted that over a year ago and I got shadow banned into oblivion by Instagram for that one singular post for over eight full months where I got zero traction on anything. And this isn't somebody complaining like, oh, they shadow banned. No. Like they, you could not search my name on Instagram. Could not search me, could not find me. All because I spoke the truth, which is coming out today in all of these hearings about Hunter Biden Barisma, the recordings with Barisma, Joe Biden, the big guy that all of these federal indictments that are going on around us, but the cia, the government, Joe Biden's administration, actively reached out to social media companies. The fbi, as Mark Zuckerberg came out and said that they were actively shadow banning people and banning them outright. It says that if the allegations made by the plaintiffs are true, the present case arguably involves the most massive attack against free speech in United States history. The injunction ads according to Fox News, in their attempts to suppress alleged disinformation, the federal government, and particularly the defendants named here, are alleged to have blatantly ignored the first amendment's right to free speech. Dowdy also wrote that censorship, in this case almost exclusively targeted conservative speech, but added that the issues raised the case extended beyond party lines. Viewpoint discrimination is in the especially egregious form of content discrimination. Dowdy wrote, the government must obtain from regulating, must abstain from regulating speech when the specific motivating ideology of the perspective of the speaker is in the rationale for the restriction. So in what have been, might have been the single largest win for freedom of speech today, to date over the last, I don't know, decade, easily, is this federal or judge. So thank you very much, judge. Dowdy because again, the all speech happens on these platforms when, when we talk about freedom of speech, we're not sitting in a circle singing kumbaya at some bar like we were back in 17, 17 76. Freedom of speech today does not mean standing in front of somebody and speaking. It extends to the platforms where 95% of speech happens, which is on social media platforms constantly. That's where, that's where civil discourse happens today. That is the, the watering hole. That is the bar that people meet at. That is the community, that is the groups, and when you censor people from speaking out on topics about the government, you are an authoritarian that is authoritarianism. When you actively censor the opposing opinion, that type of shit is what starts revolutions. Not saying that that's what should happen. And I, I hope to God it doesn't have to and, and, and if we keep winning this culture war, it won't have to because we are winning. We are absolutely winning. Target moved all of their tucket pride stuff to the back of the store. Bud Light literally fired all of the executives that were a part of those decision makings with the Dylan Mulvaney situation. Now we have social media not allowing any input from the government due to this ruling. On top of that, bud Light closed down several of its manufacturing plants. As a result of this, we are actively winning the culture war, which could not have been said about conservatism or the right in, I dunno, fricking ever conservatives have been losing the culture war. They lose it when it comes to music, when it comes to entertainment. It's all owned by liberals. Even the news. For the very first time that we've seen in my lifetime, in our generation and probably the last 150 years, a hundred years, at least I can speak to, we are winning the culture war and we can't let up. And people are starting to realize that it's cool. It's cool to be to, to, to not wanna dye your hair purple and run around naked at a, at a children's event. People think it's cool that you have conservative values and maybe you wanna raise a family and maybe you wanna raise a family, right? Maybe you want to have multiple children on, on a piece of land with chickens and self-sustaining lifestyles and homeschool your children because you don't want the, the government teaching them propaganda that's built into the education system that's bought and paid for by the very same companies who are shoving and pedaling the, the, their own profit or their own products down your throat, which are poisoning you for profitability. For the very first time, people are waking up to this and people are realizing it, and at the same time, we are winning the culture war with our dollars. And you see these things come out about the c e I scores and you see these things come out about, you know, the what is it, cgi and like all, all of these like woke ideologies that are being pushed in, into shoved into the sphere of commercial corporatism through trying to make companies push these woke ideologies for investments from companies like BlackRock, right? That's why the c e I score was even, even became a thing, was because they wanted to have these companies push the ideology and have incentive to do so despite lack of profitability from their decision making. Because if every time that target pushes something to the back of the store, they lose money, they're gonna stop pushing this ideology, capitalists. Capitalism does not care about your feelings. It does not care about your political leanings. It does not care about, you know, what your sexual orientation is. It shouldn't, it doesn't. Profitability has no sexual orientation. Profitability has no political orientation. So when you realize that, and, and we are a, a community, a group who can then put our dollars together and go, we are no longer going to take this, we are not going to allow you to shove sexual books down our children's throat at Barnes and Noble when I walk in the door. We are not going to allow you to put swimsuits on the rack in front of my children. That shows a tucket area for boys acting like they're girls. We're not gonna handle, we're not gonna, we're not going to accept this. Right. And we're, again, we're seeing that bleed over into the education system where homeschooling is up like an unbelievable percentage since, since the Covid pandemic, right? You see people starting to take ownership, take ownership of their parenting, take ownership of their, their children, and realize that all of these organizations from the pharmaceutical industries, to the medical industries, to the to the military industrial complexes, to the mil educational industrial complex to all of these organizations, the, the food industries, all of it does not have your best interest in mind. It doesn't have your children's best interest in mind. And as parents, it is our job to protect our children. And whether it's easier to give them a, a, a, a Lunchable than it is to make a homemade healthy meal, or whether it's easier to send them off to public school than it is to sit at home with them and, and teach your child the, the proper way of our, the proper histories that we have and not what's being pushed through, you know, the, the organizations and, and And educational entities that are pushing books that are li literally the same organizations that are owned by Ghislaine, Maxwell's father, was it Maxwell House? Remember Maxwell House, the education system, the, the, the the books that went to your schools. Maxwell House was owned by Ghislaine Maxwell's dad, a alleged maad spy. And so when you start to connect all of these dots and you realize that all of these, these corporations do not have your best interest in mind, and not just the corporations, but the government too, the public school system is designed for obedience, not education. Our food is designed to poison you, not make you healthy. And the reason they poison you is because they need to feed you the pharmaceutical drugs. And the reason they feed you those pharmaceutical drugs is because they make ungodly profits off of your sickness. And it all starts by educating you to believe that the government is daddy, not you, and the corporations are mommy, not you. And so as you start to unwind the fabric of our society, unwind the fabric of our government and realize that none of these institutions have you or your child's best interest in mind ever, ever. And the only thing they wanna do is profit off of you. And sometimes that means poisoning you so that they can feed you the antidote. I don't know how we got there. Let's move on. But on that note, subscribe, leave a five star review. I appreciate you, Austin Adams do sub stack.com. All right, we're gonna move to the next topic here. Which is that TikTok allows Mexican cartels to post help wanted ads for human smugglers. So the cartel is literally posting on TikTok, asking for help smuggling people across borders, and TikTok is allowing it. They're posting advertisements to people to hire them, to smuggle people across the border that's trafficking. And it's still happening right at this moment. Okay. Again, this comes from the post-millennial. It says, this week I had the opportunity to ride along with the Kinney County Sheriff's Department. Kenny Texas is a hotspot for human smuggling facilitated by the cartels, high speed chases, rollovers, and witnessing graphic deaths are regular occurrence for deputies Inkin County. While riding with Deputy Molan, a veteran deputy from Kidney County, he informed me how cartels are advertising smuggling jobs to Americans. He showed me one example of an ad on TikTok and within minutes of for looking myself, I found more than a dozen ads that were blatantly advertising smuggling jobs for the cartel. As I was engaging with these ads, or really one had an information label from TikTok that read, participating in this activity could result in you or others getting hurt. And this ad said some shit in Spanish that I can't read, but if you can read Spanish, I'll try my best ato. Conductor Radian and in Texas, Soro Gente in Terra Ana. Paga 10 mil or a 20 mil dollar in three Auras. Houston, Texas, Dallas, Texas, San Marcos, San Antonio, Texas, Austin, Texas, Waco, Texas. Message US or some shit like that. I don't speak Spanish, but maybe you do. So there you go. And I'm probably sure you couldn't have understood what I said anyways, even if you did. As you'll see, the video with the label is a very obvious example of human smuggling and even shows the process of smuggling migrants past border patrol chats between the smuggler and the organization and the reward that comes after. And here's the video. It's a video of like three Mexican dudes looking around saying some stuff, showing some people literally in the back of a car messages taking them over the border in a vehicle. Oh my gosh. And then some money on the table. Whoa. And that's literally on TikTok right now. Now, this doesn't surprise me. It does not surprise me at all that TikTok would allow the cartel to advertise human trafficking on their platform because the fentanyl that's being produced, that's going to the cartel, that's coming up through the United States of America, as Trump has spoken on before, is coming from China. Now we know for sure that the CIA has sold cocaine and crack into the ghettos of the United States at certain points for profitability that they can fund their deep underground black ops projects that we're not allowed to know about, so that they don't have to worry about it being funded by US tax dollars and it coming back to them. So we know that for sure. There's been plenty of documentaries that have happened on that. The Cocaine Cowboys documentary all about the CIA's funding cocaine endeavors, you know, even, even, and that kind of goes back to the Tillman stuff that we're gonna talk about later. He got mad. The NFL player that we're gonna talk about in a little bit got mad because he found out that we were, we were sitting in protecting opium fields in Afghanistan, and that was our j their jobs there. So, we'll talk about that in just a minute, but it goes on in this conversation. And in the text messages that I was talking about, it says the translation is, let me know, when do y'all arrive? And it says, 40 says the smuggler is there traffic a little bit. No more than 23 minutes. The individual accountant amongst the countless others are allowed to post recruitment videos with the intent of two employ American citizens to engage in human smuggling on behalf of cartels. Instead of removing these illegal advertisements, TikTok allows cartel recruiters to stand the platform and organize human smuggling operations. TikTok is well known for being the platform with some of their strictest censorship, but despite that, they seem to be more concerned about Americans voicing their political opinions than organized cartel recruiting Americans to commit multiple felonies via human smuggling. Yeah. Oh, by the way, talking about censorship, my account got completely banned on TikTok and you guys hear the stuff I'm talking about here. It's not that wild. It's not that crazy. I'm not inciting violence like we're sitting here talking shit, drinking beer. Not that crazy, right? So I get banned off of TikTok, but not the cartel. Employing human traffickers through advertising. It says we're seeing all walks of life. We've had those that are hurting for money, they're in a bind financially and are looking to make an easy buck. We've picked up a couple of attorneys that have been smuggling recently. We caught two girls from active duty and at this point in time, I think they were National Guard or active duty smuggling. What National Guard smuggling? So we've seen it all. I ran a check on one kid. He was out of the Dallas Fort Worth area. Check to see where he lived, did a little background looking, and of course he's living at home. His folks are living on 600 like a $600,000 house. So I don't think he has, he was here for the money. I think he was here for the thrill. And then there are those who wanna make a name for themselves or try to join a gang or do whatever to get part of the click to make easy money. It's not worth it. And here it is. Well, I never thought of myself as being outspoken about this. I'm just saying what a. What, what I'm seeing here, trying to protect a, my county, my city, my state, and the country in general, but somebody has to say it. There's a guy in the back, the rear, the car, the cargo really put money on it. He opens the back of his truck and sees people in the back area of this vehicle. We've always seen more human smuggling than drugs. Always because of the way we sit. Yes, we are a border county. We've got 16 miles of border with Mexico, but because of international trade, because of ports of entry, Del Rail and eagle Pass have ports of entry. We don't, on one hand, on one side of the coin, it's still Mayberry. Like everybody, I can still walk the streets at night. The women actually can go out and walk the streets, get their exercise, whatever, without being harassed, without having to be worried about being kidnapped or shot or run over On the other side of the coin, the traffic that comes through here, because the way we sit. Makes it a volatile place. We have prosecuted close to 6,000 people for criminal trespass and 15, 1800 for human smuggling. So we are at the epicenter of this. 99.9% are American citizens, and we're seeing all walks of life pretty wild. It shows five other examples of people showing their advertisements on TikTok to smuggle people. Wow. Hmm. And it goes on and on and on. You can again read more about this on the post-Millennial which is an exclusive article that they found themselves talking about the human trafficking that's going on there. Pretty crazy stuff. All right, the next thing that we're gonna talk about, so I posted something on Instagram and Twitter a little bit ago. There was a girl that was posting called Erica Marsh and Erica Marsh posted something after the affirmative action ruling by the Supreme Court, but there was something fishy about her account. I. That some people picked on and some picked up on and some people didn't. But after just about a week or so, her account has now been suspended and it is believed that she was a fake bot the entire time. And this article says, an infamous left-wing Twitter influencer who has been routinely accused of rage baiting conservatives, has been suspended from Twitter. Erica Marsh amassed over 130,000 followers after joining this site in September of 2022, and regularly sparked outrage for her views on race abortion and for celebrating the death of January 6th. Protestor Ashley Babbitt, the self-proclaimed proud Democrat and former field organizer to elect President Biden. Had her Twitter suspended on Sunday after numerous reports surfaced online saying that she doesn't even exist. It says, in the days leading up to the suspension, mark provoked or marsh provoked outrage with a tweet reacting to the Supreme Court. Affirmative action ruling. Tweeting Today's Supreme Court decision is a direct attack on black people. No black person will be able to succeed in the merit-based system, which is exactly why affirmative action based programs were needed. Today's decision is a travesty. Probably one of the most racist things that you could ever say is that somebody could, like, if you could think of one of the worst insults that you could tell me is with like intelligently, it's that I could not succeed in a merit-based system. And then to say, you cannot succeed in the merit-based system, specifically off of the color of your skin. So that sparked a pretty big outrage. I mean, she had 27 million views on this one tweet and she was called racist by a bunch of people. A lot of big influencers reached out to her and said it. And then, you know, after a little bit, so here's a conservative political commentator, Dinesh de Soza. He was the one who headed the 2000 Mules movie. Said it was among many prominent voices con condemning her, saying, isn't this racism pure and simple? Vernon Jones, who's a former congressman, said the most racist, degrading, offensive, and downright insulting comment ever made about black people and. Pretty close, not too far off. It says in the wake of Marsha's suspension experts who spoke to the Washington Post ruled Erica Marsh isn't even a real person, with no record of her existing and her profile photo likely being an AI generated image. One expert John Scott Walton, a senior researcher at the University of Toronto said, I strongly suspect that this person doesn't exist. Additionally, there is no trace of Martian any phone and voting records in the Biden campaign, which she claimed to have worked for, has no record of her working for them. Her Twitter bio also referenced that she previously volunteered at the Obama Foundation. However, the foundation has also said that there is no record of her on their volunteer database says, according to Twitter's misleading and deceptive identities, policies, accounts that are using a deceptive identity may be suspended for violating terms of service. However, the policy also states that users may have their accounts reinstated, that the discretion of Twitter staff, if they provide government issued identification to prove that they are real. The latter option to provide ID to regain access to the suspended account may prove impossible from Marsh, given that many Allen analysts. Are saying she doesn't even exist. Who, how crazy. But how do you say that? You know, I, I, I hope that's a parody account because gosh, what a terrible, stupid thing to say, but what a, well, you know, if she's just trying to gain attention I, I can't imagine building a Twitter following of 130,000 people and then having it stripped from you and having it not even have your name on it. Like you might as well just put your face on it and own that shit because is more value in building your own reputation, whether it's as a crazy racist or, or, you know, something more useful. But to create the account with no reasoning at all, unless you're a, you know, Russian bot just trying to stir shit up. Which may be the case too. Who knows? Will we ever, probably not. All right, let's move on from that. And we are going to move into the the situation that's coming out of pat Tillman's death. So this came up recently on conspiracy Reddit, and it talks about the murder of a real hero. Okay? Now I remember this. I remember this story, and I'm sure you do too. A former N F L player decided to quit the N F L and go serve as a US Army Ranger after nine 11. And the story ended in tragedy because at a certain point in his time over there, he was shot with three nato 5 56 rounds in his skull that was eventually declared friendly fire. Now, they didn't say why. There wasn't too much of an investigation, but we're going to jump into it. All right, so Pat Tillman's Death and Coverup, and this comes from npr says, the latest book from John Crocker, author of Into the Air and Into the Wild, focuses on the life of tragic death of former NFL player Pat Tillman, who left a lucrative contract with the Arizona Cardinals to join the US Army. Rangers Crocker talks to NPRs Melissa Block about his investigation in the Tillman's Death by Friendly Fire and the US Army's subsequent effort to cover up the circumstances of that death. It says at least a half of the members of the platoon traveling through Afghanistan in OCT in April 22nd, 2004 had never been in the firefight before, but on this day, the enemy attacked. In response, the American soldiers sprayed thousands of rounds from their machine guns, M fours, and Grenade launchers. Not far away was Tillman accompanied by another American soldier in an Afghan milit militia fighter who had been firing his weapon in the opposite canyon wall where he suspected enemy fighters would be when from a distance. The leader of one of the US platoons Humvees saw the Afghan militia fighter. He reacted, he testified that the Afghan guy had on in the American uniform, but in the panic of the moment, he reflexively put the guy in the sights of his M four and put seven rounds into his chest. The shots by the leader of the Humvee were followed by a spray of bullets from the rest of his men. It was an attack that ended in Tillman's death. Said what happened next was an effort from the government to suppress the circumstances of Tillman's death. With hours certainly, and probably less the ranger regime officers, high ranking officers back in the States were co conspiring. To cover this up, crocker says, A recommendation to award Tillman this silver star medal, one of the US military's highest honor, immediately began moving through the Army rinks, something that has not done for dust by friendly fire. And Crocker says, when a soldier is killed in combat, you should put his uniform, his weapon, everything. Anything that can be considered for forensic evidence should be sent back to the states with the body, so the medical examiner could determine the cause of death. In the case of Tillman, none of that happened. Tillman's uniform and body armor were burned in his weapon helmet, and even part of his brain, which fell to the ground After the attack disappeared. Army officials told the medical examiners that Tillman had been killed by the Taliban, and they stuck by the story when they reported the death to his family. The Army intentionally lied. Cracker says they just broke regulation after regulation, one soldier Russell Bearer was sent back to the United States with instructions not to reveal to the Tillman family that their son had been killed by friendly fire. After attending the funeral, cracker said he was so upset at having to lie to Pat's mother that Russell Bearer went awol through the death of Pat Tillman and the subsequent congressional inquiry into it had been covered up closely by the news media. Crocker says there are many details that have yet to be exposed. The author uncovers several new aspects of the story by combing through the more than 4,000 pages of documents related to the government's investigation of Tillman's death. In conversations with his fellow soldiers, crocker points out that the Gen General Stanley McChrystal, now the US commander in Afghanistan, signed off in this Silver Star recommendation, even though he knew the Tillman's death was, was the result of friendly fire. In confirmation the hearings earlier this year, McChrystal acknowledged that the Army had failed the Tillman's family and had apologized for his part in it. But he maintained that he didn't see any activities by anyone to deceive, and that he absolutely believed the Tillman's earned the silver star. Now, here is where it gets interesting but this book is called excerpt From Where the Men Win Glory, the Odyssey of Pat Tillman. So that's the book that you can go read on this. However, this came up in conspiracy Reddit, and here's what they had to say about it there. Hi, I'm Pat Tillman. I was an NFL star turned army ranger. After the events of nine 11, I went to Afghanistan and I Iraq to fight for my country. Soon after my deployment, I realized we were guiding Oppi or we were guarding opium fields with big pharma and the cia. So I decided that I was going back home and led the anti-war effort. Three days after my decision, I was found dead with three nato 5 56 rounds into my skull, declared friendly fire. They burned his body and his equipment. They burned his journal to this says, but the NFL is sure to include him in all of their pro-war praise the troops Special thanks for, for before big games. Other comments go on and say, and then they mock him and the general public by making a spectacle out of him in his service, knowing that the basic NFL watcher would never look into his death. That is wild. So this man left an NFL career to go into the military to serve after nine 11 became a special forces operator in the Green Berets or the Army Rangers, sorry, in the army. Rangers then sees that they're guarding opium fields for the cia. Go back to our conversation earlier, talking about how they pedal drugs for black operations, then decides he wants to go home and lead an effort that's anti-war. Three days after that decision. He's killed. Okay. Now, I can't give validity to a couple of those statements without doing further due due diligence. One, which is they were guarding opium fields. I need to see more evidence on that. I know that to be true. I've seen discussions on that before that are that, that have talked about that. However, whether that's the reasoning, and you know, what he said, I, I need to see where the evidence is coming from for that. Second is that he went home to lead a war effort. However, you know this is gaining pretty significant traction through conspiracy Reddit. So it says that this guy talks about being there when it happened. Here's a video. But they know we're the guys that you don't shoot because we shoot back. Right. Like we will take the fight to you. My name is Brad Jacobson. I was an Army ranger for four years, from 2001 to 2005. I was a morman in the second Ranger battalion. Yeah. So I, I grew up in Washington State. I was raised lds, so I was a Mormon kid. So I had with an i d and not a small one. I mean, we're talking a hundred feet in the air was, it was a supply truck, toilet paper, you know. So this is an hour video. The name of it is Army Ranger Veteran. Brings up a, brings us inside Pat Tillman's death and Coverup. So we'll go to the points where most people are watching it. The people that had combat experience, like Command Sergeant Major, oh, I forget his name, but he was the command Sergeant Major of Ranger Regiment was in my Humvee. When that first started, he had hopped out. I mean, he, this is an old Delta force guy, you know, used to have a huge beard, you know, big burley dude. And he's just like, calmly walking down the road just looking. He's not shooting anything cause he doesn't say anything, you know? And so like, that's, that's who you want to be, right? But who we were was like very anxious trapped. Like, you know, think about it, like you're trapped because this guy keeps stopping. You got small arms fire coming down so you can almost think like you're, you're a ticking time bomb of anxiety. You know, like the, the driver that ran, did you guys let him go or did you go after him? Yeah, eventually, like, eventually we ran him down and drug him back through him in his truck. Eventually gets to a spot in the canyon where it kind of opens up a little bit wider. And so all the vehicles start going past him. And by this time, I mean, several minutes have gone by the, the sun had set behind the mountains and so there was this, there was this weird like contrast where the sky was super bright. But the canyon was super dark. Like as we were coming out, it was very dim. It was very hard to see. It was too light to use night vision, but it was too dark to really like, identify people, you know? Well. And so the first, the first the, the first Humvees, like, let's back up. The, the first cereal that had gone through the canyon before us had heard us getting ambushed and they had parked their vehicles, gotten out and set up blocking positions right as we were coming out of the canyon. And so the canyon, basically, it's super narrow but eventually starts to kind of like, you know, drop down and elevation and kind of flatten out a little bit. And they were kind of set up on one of the spurs. As the canyon was flattening out, they were set up on one of the spurs and the first vehicle in the convoy. I don't know if they were just like freaking out or what, but they were literally shooting anything and everything that, that they could identify as a possible living target. And. And so, so anyways, they're, they're just lighting everybody up and I'm in my Humvee, I'm about three back from the front and I'm driving and I'm freaking out too. I don't know where serial one is. I didn't even know they, they stopped. Right. Nobody knew they stopped cuz we didn't have comms with them. And so we're coming out of the canyon and I hear my sergeant, Sergeant Horning rest in peace. Sergeant Horney is like, Hey, those are, those are friendlies up there. Those are Friendlys. Hey those are friendly. They're shooting at friendlies. Like I could hear him like kind of exasperating yelling. And so eventually we all get up to where serial one's vehicles were, which was an obvious stop point. Cause you're like, well there's our guy's trucks. So we pull off to the side of stop, I have a radio and I hear somebody calling like, you know, we have tango down, or we have an eagle down tango, Eagle down tango. And then an eagle down is like, you know, k i a on the battlefield. And I'm thinking Tango, like, who the fuck is tango? Like from Alpha Company, right? And my first, in, my first inclination was, I forget the guy's name was like Truo or something. I was like, man, Truo fucking died. Like, no dude, that's a good dude. And they were like, we need a S Scco. We need a S Scco, which is like a plastic sled that you can, you know, wrap bodies in. So I immediately run up and I cut the s scco off the back of my truck. Cuz I'm like, everybody's like shellshocked around me. They're just kinda like standing there like with their weapons and nobody really knows what's going on. So I run up, cut the Scco because I don't know, for some reason, like I'm just a person of action. Like if, like, I have to be doing, that's why, that's why I had that inclination, you know, with Jay Blessing, where it was like, I just like, I have to like, I want to go like just start executing people to figure out who killed our guy, you know? And so I'm like, when I hear somebody like, Hey, do this. I'm like, boom, cut the S Skid coast. So I run it up the hill, drop it off, I'm pulling security and they wrapped the bodies of the dead people into the, into the s skid coasts and we carried 'em down. And it was at that point, I think when I was at the top of that hill and I had passed the edco off. I was like, well, who is it? They said, it's Pat. I'm like, pat. Oh, it's Pat. Like Tillman. Like, and I didn't know what had happened at that point be, you know, because I was driving and stuff. But I eventually, we packed him up and we brought him down, loaded their bodies onto helicopters that came in and, and, and took 'em out. And it was just like this. I just remember because Pat's brother Kevin was in our cereal, the second one that got ambushed, but he was at the very back. And so by the time they'd gotten out of the canning and stopped you know, we had already packaged up his brother and man, he was like, he, he was distraught, obviously, you know, and he was like, well, who is it? Like who is it? Who is it? And eventually, like they ended up telling him, and I remember, I'll never forget it to this, to this day, like I'm, I'm in, I'm pulling security and I just hear this blood curdling scream. And it's like, it's the most haunting sound you'll ever hear. It's probably the same sound of a, you know, if a mother like watches her kid get ran over by a car, I mean, you can imagine just like the hair pulling, screaming and it haunts me like to this day just to, just to reflect on that, you know, like what that must have been like for him because they weren't just brothers. They were like, they were like the same person, you know, like they were almost like twins, right? Mm-hmm. So anyways, like that night, I mean, just the next day or two was just awful. You know? I mean, obviously doesn't sound like he's gonna get into too many details because he wasn't actually at the point of the shooting. So not much to bring validity to this, but a pretty crazy, nonetheless, I'd like to see somebody come in with the information that actually shows that he was. About to leave based on the opium fields. But it goes somebody responded to this and said it goes way deeper than this. He did join after nine 11 to fight the war on terror, giving up tens of millions of dollars in the Hall of Fame n f NFL career, and he was tasked with guarding an opium field owned by Purdue Pharma, which is for Oxycontin. He never publicly voiced his thoughts about the war. He wrote in his diary and talked to a couple of soldiers about it. They told his commanding officer and his diary was confiscated in red. Shortly after that, he was killed from within 25 meters in a non-combat zone by an American soldier using an M 16 rifle. It was conveniently set to three round bursts, so he will only pull the trigger once accidentally and sent three rounds into his abdomen. The incident was then attempted to be covered up. These are all the facts. A lot of this stuff posts leaves out and gets wrong. These pictures are short caption posts tend to do so. He was such a great man. My mom knew him in college. He was the nicest man she knew at Syracuse. Everyone loved him and he loved his country. It is disgusting what they did to him. And it edits for some clarification. It says the poppy field did not have Purdue Pharma employees directly working there, but they did buy a majority of their crop from this field. I remember him being shot in the abdomen, but the article linked above said it was in the head. Also said that it was an M 2 49. But I remember it being an M 16 very clearly. Article also says from 10 meters away, which is basically point blank, they burned his uniform and belongings as a part of the coverup. As for the Syracuse thing, he didn't play there. But my mom was friends with his girlfriend. Hmm, interesting. So an interesting theory nonetheless. Moving on. So the next thing that we'll get into here is a video that's circulated of a woman screaming on a airplane. Maybe screaming is an an exaggeration, but yelling nonetheless that she's was sit, sitting next to somebody who wasn't human. This woman gets up, you neither believe it, or this woman gets up in this plane, and probably the craziest video that you'll see this week. If there's any validity to this at all, this woman gets up in the middle of this airplane. Decides she's going to leave the airplane, like I said earlier, doesn't seem like she's on drugs. Doesn't seem like she's drunk. Says if you guys wanna stay here, that's perfectly fine, but I'm getting away from that reptilian species back there. So let's watch this and then we'll discuss it. Or they cannot believe it. I don't give, but I am telling you right is so it's just going on to say it. She's, the incident happened as the flight was preparing for de to depart Dallas Fort Worth International Airport. So was this woman next to a reptilian, was she next to a AI robot or was she just drunk? Says I did 16 years as a police officer, and I can say this was the sounding is what sounding an alarm looks like. You are not going to be cool, calm, and collected. This is the response of somebody who can't immediately process what they just experienced. Hmm, interesting. So what this goes on to say, and this comes again from Reddit so take it with a grain of salt, but we all know that the elites want to phase humans out and replace us with AI and robots. It says it could be possible that they're in the process of test driving these AI humanoids right under our noses in certain industries such as the airline in catering hidden and played in sight. What if the woman experienced an uncanny valley moment where she saw through the humanoid and freaked out over him not being real? I think the advancements they show us in the AI robots are decades old and they actually have been behind closed doors. In a far more advanced way. There are theories that military technologies is 50 years ahead of what they actually present to us in public. And they're essentially drip feeding us technology so as not to scare and intimidate people. Interesting. The very first comment on this says, I wish we could get a pick or a video of the person that's not real. Yeah. So do we buddy? It says, I just want the, per i I just wanna see the person she said wasn't real. The next thing says she was on a flight with Mark Zuckerberg. Oh man. That's a good one. All right. The And then somebody comments. And this is pretty wild. This is when I was seven years old. I lived on the military base in the Philippines and had a weird thing happen. This would've been about 1987. I was at a friend's house. The parents weren't home. It was just me and my friend and my friend's, older sister. We were in their bathroom singing in the Hairbrushes and others eighties girls' activities. When I had to go to the bathroom when I was little, I had really paranoid about people's showers. I was afraid somebody was in there washing me. So I would always check. I pulled the curtain back and there was a woman crouched down really still. She didn't say anything or move. I ran back into the bedroom and said, there's a woman in the shower. The older sister says, that's a robot. Don't worry about it. And my friend starts crying hysterically. The sister says, yeah, she's afraid of it. I'm so embarrassed because there's dirty pictures on the clothes. Hmm. I didn't notice this last part. And even as a child, I remember thinking, if you are so embarrassed, why bring it up if I didn't say anything first? They both leave the room and I'm guessing that they're calling their parents. The sister comes back into the room and says that they are on their way back and they're going to take the robot to their grandparents' place. Keep in mind, we are on a base. No grandparents are anywhere near unless they have been living with the family, and I'm not even sure that's allowed. They basically tell me that I have to stay in the bedroom until this happens. I'm alone for what seems like hours and I still haven't managed to pee. I don't remember ever playing over there after that. I don't really know what to make of this. I think that the least likely explanation is that I was an ac, that it was an actual robot. I've tried to piece it together as an adult. I thought maybe sex trafficking or something like that. Maybe the older sister was messing with both of us, but the younger one seemed to know what she was talking about and those were real tears. The opposed pornographic material mentioned Maybe question if I, if it was a real doll, the person did look Filipino, so maybe the dad was having an affair and told the kids that it was a robot to throw them off. But I don't know why you would have told you have your booty call over when you aren't there. I don't know. The whole incident was strange, but it's hard to gauge these things happen as a kid because you are trying to re-remember it and decipher it from a childhood brain to an adult brain. The other thing that happened on the space, I started sleepwalking suddenly, maybe it was a reaction to the radar equipment nearby, but alle allegedly, I was going outside during this, which is terrifying. Somebody said in toes. Hmm. All right, so was this a robot in an airplane? Was this lady drunk or was she taking too much Xanax? Who knows? But. Maybe one day we will see robots on the airplanes next to us and we will will call this day and remember the very first time that we heard about it. All right guys. That is all I have for you today. Thank you so much for listening from the bottom of my heart. Go ahead and subscribe, leave a five star review. I appreciate it. Austin Adams dot sub stack.com. Go ahead and sign up and then have a great day. That's all I got for you. Thank you very much.
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