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Talking Lead Podcast
Talking Lead 453 – Nothing Says “Never Again” Like an Armed Jew: Doris Wise

Talking Lead Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 103:37


https://chtbl.com/track/118312/traffic.libsyn.com/secure/talkinglead/TLP_453_Jews_Can_Shoot.mp3 In this episode of the Talking Lead Podcast we discuss the importance of an Armed Society. Doris Wise joins Lefty to discuss the message her organization Jews Can Shoot. We talk about the historical atrocities that have happened from governments that disarmed their citizens and compare similarities that are happening in America today. Jews Can Shoot was formed in 2013 for the purpose of education and advocacy regarding gun laws, gun rights, legal precedent, and cause-related advocacy. Jews Can Shoot both educates and advocates for gun rights of all citizens, not just Jews. The power of the Second Amendment is that it lays the foundation for all Americans that self-defense is a natural human right. No government, anywhere in the world, should have the power to deny its citizens of the right of self-protection. Jews experienced the impact of such gun control during the Holocaust. Now is the time for both Jew and non-Jew in the United States to be proactive advocates for the Second Amendment. Doris Wise of Jews Can Shoot on the Talking Lead Podcast - "Leaducating The Unleaducated" since 2012 Doris Wise of Jews Can Shoot on the Talking Lead Podcast - "Leaducating The Unleaducated" since 2012

Gunfighter Life.  Be Strong & Courageous
Glock the Good the Bad and the Ugly The Best Hand Gun Ever or Poly-Trash well the truth is in the middle

Gunfighter Life. Be Strong & Courageous

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 34:54


GOD Provides https://www.patreon.com/GoodShepherdTrainingGoodShepherdTraining.com

The Lobo Den Podcast
Episode 156 Mack Nepper "Bad Boy of Comedy"

The Lobo Den Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 58:16


Mack Nepper is Chicago based comedian and co-host the Bad Comedy Podcast with Jason Melton (ep. 150). They are only on Patreon so they can talk more sh*t about you. We talk about the Bob Keen beef(ep. 126), the Highland Park shooter, I thought Crohn's disease was HIV and we hear the fanny pack origin story. I talk about DMT, Young Dolph is dead, Mack used to smoke Newports with gangbangers and I learn how to finger a women.  Support The Lobo Den Podcast by joining the Patreon with bonus content and more: https://www.patreon.com/theloboden YouTube: https://youtu.be/1Ny2K_2sxl0 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/badboyofcomedy/ https://www.instagram.com/badcomedypodcast/ https://www.instagram.com/lobo9110/ https://www.instagram.com/thelobodenpodcast/ Best Group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/830054804387858 TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@theloboden Twitter: https://twitter.com/lobodenpodcast   https://twitter.com/lobo9110   Donate: https://www.paypal.me/thelobodenpodcast Links: https://linktr.ee/theloboden  

HEISSE EISEN
Folge 77 - Das erste Mal

HEISSE EISEN

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 36:31


... bei den Deutschen Meisterschaften! Silvana und Olli haben es getan! Nachdem sie die Deutschen Meisterschaften des BDS jahrelang ignoriert haben, waren sie Anfang September 2022 zum ersten Mal bei den Wettkämpfen in Philippsburg. Was dort auf sie gewartet hat, was sie erlebt haben, wie es lief und wofür sie besonders dankbar sind, darum geht es in dieser Folge des Podcasts. Und es geht natürlich auch darum, Euch zu motivieren, diese Strecke bis nach Baden-Württemberg auf Euch zu nehmen und sich das mal anzusehen. Möglichkeiten dazu gibt es einige... Auch diese Folge ist in keinster Weise von irgendjemandem beauftragt oder wird honoriert. Wenn Ihr Fragen oder Anregungen habt, schreibt gern bei Instagram oder eine Mail - die Adresse findet Ihr auf der Internetseite heisseeisenberlin.de

Handgun World Podcast
Episode 605 – What Do I Carry and Why? SIG P365, P365XL and Glock 43X.

Handgun World Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 38:33


Concealment Solutions, handgunworld for a 10% discount Keepers Concealment, handgunworld code for a 10% discount Shooters Club Members Aaron Lane Music Handgun World Youtube Episode 605

SHOCK2 PODCAST
Around the Glock - Podcast - Ausgabe 04

SHOCK2 PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022


Auch in dieser dritten „Around the Glock“-Episode möchten wir auf unsere bewerte Art und Weise euch eine Möglichkeit für rund 97 Minuten besten Eskapismus geben. Michael besucht Hanns Peter Glock und plaudert mit ihm unter anderem über: die Jurassic World: The Exhibition in London, Indiana Jones, GoldenEye 007, die dritten Staffeln von Star Trek: Picard & Lower Decks, die Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, Marvel: Werewolf by Night, kommende Disney Filme und vieles mehr! Wir wünschen euch viel Spaß beim Hören und freuen uns auch diesmal besonders auf euren Input, Ideen & Feedback im Forum.

Talking Lead Podcast
Talking Lead 452 – AK KORNER S4 EP9: Judgement BFT47 Contest

Talking Lead Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 185:53


https://chtbl.com/track/118312/traffic.libsyn.com/secure/talkinglead/TLP_AKK_SEp9_BFTContest.mp3 In this month's episode of the Talking Lead AK KORNER, presented by Century Arms: The entries for the Talking Lead / Century Arms BFT47 AKM Rifle contest are JUDGED! To decide your fate and crown the winner Lefty has gathered some of the industries toughest AK-47 critics. From Occam Defense Solutions, Brian Keeney. From Faktory-47 James Bialczak. From Kalashbash TX / Third Pin Threads, Klay Owens. Author, trainer & former Spetsnaz, Marco Vorobiev. Author, Podcast Host & Trainer, Professor Paul Markel. Before we get to the contest judging everyone shares their stories about our good friend & a true Samurai Warrior James "MF" Yeager. Talking Lead Podcxast - "Leaducating The Unleaducated" since 2012 Talking Lead BFT47 Contest #TLBFT47

Publishing Secrets
Expect the Impossible: Speak Up Round 2 Finalist Tarrent-Arthur Henry

Publishing Secrets

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 7:55


In this episode, you'll also hear:Hopeless situations facing real people todaySmall ways we can find — or show — love in the midst of hopelessnessThe key to “expecting the impossible” by choosing love over anger and sufferingThis episode is part of the Christian Authors Network global speaking competition, Speak Up. Click here to learn more and stay up-to-date on the competition!Tarrent-Arthur Henry: How Do You Find Love In A Hopeless World?As I sit here with tears in my eyes, thinking about all the forgotten people, the sound of John Coltrane's sax fills my ears with music. The song I'm listening to is the appropriately titled “Psalm,” which he played word-for-word on his tenor saxophone. It's the final piece from his album “A Love Supreme.” Today, we are going to attempt to answer a question: How do you find love in a hopeless world? The Hopeless WorldTrying to make sense out of all this mess, Skip Breedlove reached into his pocket and checked to see if his best friend was still there. His best friend was his 9mm Glock automatic. On the corner stands Peaches Ann Kreme, trapped in Gotham City, a victim of sex trafficking, lost and turned out. Her dad did things to her she can't talk about. Diego, a homeless man, huddles in a doorway with a cup in his hand as he waits for some loose change so he can ease the hunger pangs in his stomach. Mai, a single pregnant teenager, walking down Mean Street, torn between abortion or having a baby. Have you ever stood in a crowded room and felt so painfully alone? Have you tried to stay strong, but your mind stayed weak? Have you ever felt like screaming at the top of your lungs “HELP!” and nothing came out? Well then, friend, let me add your name to this story. Finding LoveAs Skip Breedlove headed down the block, he found love in a hopeless world. A man he had never met before gave him an opportunity to turn his life around and introduced him to a world he had never, ever experienced. Sometimes in life, all we need is a chance, somebody to believe in us. When was the last time that someone gave you a hug and said, “I believe in you”? A woman started a conversation with Peaches Ann Kreme: a conversation that would change her life. She found love in a hopeless world. Sometimes in life, we need a hero, someone to rescue us from all the pain that life up to this point has brought us. Have you ever had a life-changing conversation? Diego received a coffee and sandwich from a stranger who stopped to listen to his story. He found love in a hopeless world through the ear of a stranger. Sometimes we just need someone to listen to us. When was the last time you were shown empathy? Mai stopped, took a seat on the bench, and opened her Bible. She began to read, and as she read, she heard a voice inside give her the answer that she needed. Have you ever had a conversation with God? God Is LoveThe tears flow and flow as I think about all the people in America who are dealing with racism every day. I pray for the people in Europe who are in the midst of a war that doesn't seem to want to end. Poverty in Asia. Hunger in Africa. Climate change in Antarctica. And these are only some of the things that humankind is facing from day to day. From lack of political freedom in South America and the economic conditions in Australia to the religious complex we face here in North America, Coltrane's sax plays: “Help us resolve our fears and weaknesses. In You, all things are possible. Thank you, God.” How do you find love in a hopeless world? I once read somewhere, “Seek the Lord where He may be found; call upon Him while He is near.” I also read, “Seek ye first the kingdom of God and His righteousness; and all these things will be added to you.” In these two Bible verses, you will find the key. Why? Because anger shouldn't be the new normal. Because God is love in a hopeless world. Thank you, God. Amen. BIO:Tarrent-Arthur Henry is an ordinary man doing extraordinary things for the Kingdom of GOD. GET CONNECTED:Website: www.authurhenry.com/Facebook: www.facebook.com/tarrentarthur.henry.1Instagram: www.instagram.com/tarrentmanTwitter: www.twitter.com/TarrentH THE CHRISTIAN AUTHORS NETWORK SPEAK UP COMPETITION:The Speak Up Competition, sponsored by the Christian Authors Network, is a powerful source of hope and light for people all over the world. This year's theme, “Expect the Impossible,” is a reminder that no matter how dark our situations may look, we always have hope because we know that all things are possible with God! The inspirational messages featured in this series are from the round two finalists. Stay tuned for updates as the competition progresses, and please pray with us that God will use this competition to bless and encourage His people. We know that the speak up community has the power to make a difference in this world, and we can't wait to see what God does through us!

The Tales of Camp Kickanee
S1 E5: Bringing a Glock to a Fish Fight.

The Tales of Camp Kickanee

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 44:21


Finding themselves face to face with the pair of Mud Mermaids the party has to make some quick decisions. Will Joey be able to protect the party or will Addie be doomed. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Black Diamond Guns and Gear - 76 Tuesday
76Tuesday Podcast 061 – GLOCK’S RULE!!! SIG’S DROOL!!!

Black Diamond Guns and Gear - 76 Tuesday

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 62:22


Today we discuss Sig, crazy comments, Glocks are awesome, EPIC bars, Robinson Armament, Tippmann Arms M4-22, CMMG 22lr bolt and mags, Daniel Defense, Rumble, the Greasy Mexican (chill folks, it’s a drink), and much more!!! Thanks for listening!!! If you’d like to leave us a text or voicemail, give us a shout at 16155673331 This … 76Tuesday Podcast 061 – GLOCK’S RULE!!! SIG’S DROOL!!! Read More »

Talking Lead Podcast
Talking Lead 451 – Seven Samurai: James Yeager

Talking Lead Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 80:47


https://chtbl.com/track/118312/traffic.libsyn.com/secure/talkinglead/TLP_451_Yeager_Tribute.mp3 In this episode of the Talking Lead Podcast: We pay tribute to James Yeager of Tactical Response. James Yeager was unapologetically true to his beliefs and his character was unwavering. For those of you who knew and trained with James you get it. He was a warrior even up to the day he decided to leave this world. He left it a better place for those who knew him and for those that will discover his legacy for years to come. The thousands of students he trained, the multitudes of followers he touched through his videos and podcast interviews were all left with an unforgettable impression. I am proud to have been his friend. James "Mother Fucking" Yeager will never be forgotten. James Yeager 1970-2022 James Yeager 1970-2022

Firearms Radio Network (All Shows)
76Tuesday Podcast 061 – GLOCK’S RULE!!! SIG’S DROOL!!!

Firearms Radio Network (All Shows)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 62:22


Today we discuss Sig, crazy comments, Glocks are awesome, EPIC bars, Robinson Armament, Tippmann Arms M4-22, CMMG 22lr bolt and mags, Daniel Defense, Rumble, the Greasy Mexican (chill folks, it's a drink), and much more!!! Thanks for listening!!! If you'd like to leave us a text or voicemail, give us a shout at 16155673331 This … 76Tuesday Podcast 061 – GLOCK'S RULE!!! SIG'S DROOL!!! Read More »

What Well Women Want!
Episode 162: GUEST INTERVIEW - Shelly Allen-Tucker Personal Safety for Women

What Well Women Want!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 46:06


Shelly is a Certified Concealed Carry and Home Defense Fundamentals Instructor, a Certified Women's Handgun and Self-Defense Fundamentals Instructor and competes in IDPA, USPSA, and Glock pistol matches nationally.  In this interview we talk everything safety for women, including gadgets every women should have! To connect:FB: https://www.facebook.com/WellWomenCoaching IG:https://www.instagram.com/wellwomencoaching/ Web: https://wellwomencoaching.com/home  Email:  support@WellWomenCoaching.com To join my private Facebook group CLICK HERETo schedule a weight loss coaching discovery call CLICK HERE

Evolution Security Podcast
Ep. 86 Nick Delgadillo – Starting Strength and Lift Fight Win

Evolution Security Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 116:01


Nick Delgadillo is the head instructor over the Starting Strength coach certification program and the founder of Lift, Fight, Win.   Starting Strength under the leadership of Mark Rippetoe, author of the storied book of the same title has been making people stronger and more useful for years.  The program is a reductionist barbell training system using archetypal human movement biomechanics with linear progression and movement cues that everyone can easily learn.  For more information: Starting Strength or to buy a book Starting Strength Book Nick is also a JiuJitsu and Combatives coach at IOWAPARKBJJ.COM In this show we talk at length about Nick's life and contribution as a consummate coach.  We also do a small After Action Review of the recent Rangemaster Advanced Firearms Instructor Development Course that Nick, Eric and Aaron attended together.   Lastly check out the Starting Strength Podcast for additional strength and fitness news and discussion.   Please subscribe and share our podcast with friends and family.  Visit our website for bios, future events and info at www.evosec.org  Like, follow and share us on Facebook and Instagram @evosecusa WE ARE PUMPED TO HAVE A NEW AFFILIATE LINK FOR ORIGIN AND JOCKO FUEL!!!  Help support this show by purchasing any of your JiuJitsu gear, Jocko Supplements, books clothing and more... link below. Origin/Jocko Fuel – Bringing back American manufacturing, producing the best Jiu-Jitsu Gis on the market, Jeans, rash guards, and world class supplements to help you on the path.  Use EvoSec10 at checkout for 10% off, this helps us greatly.  EVOSEC Originusa.com AFFILIATE LINK Keepers Concealment Original authority on Appendix Holsters, Appendix Training  Offer high-Performance Handgun Training - specializing in Concealed Carry Performance.  Keepers Concealment also - proud affiliate CCWSAFE, the truly proven legal service membership company - offering dedicated legal defense heaven forbid you're forced to use lethal force.   To buy a holster, sign up for a class, inquire about hosting a course or join CCWsafe, Use EVOTWINS for 10% off.  Keepersconcealment.com To sign up for CCWsafe: https://keepersconcealment.com/ccw-safe Tenicor – www.tenicor.com they are educators, and innovators in the holster market.  They are firearms instructors themselves, pressure testing their gear in multiple force on force events every year.  We support those who do the work.   Patronizing our sponsors helps us greatly so thank you in advance.   Evolution Security is Eric Davis, Aaron Davis and Brian Schilt; specializing in self-protection education, defensive pistol and carbine, consulting, and weapons based grappling.  Their mission is to help those serious about protecting themselves and their loved ones, become more capable though filtered information, recommended study, and highlighting their mentors who are the best in the field.   In addition, Eric and Aaron (twins) are musicians keeping with Musashi's adage that martial artist should focus on art outside of the martial (bumper music recorded by the brothers). 

Dads In Gaming
Ep 88 - Gaming, Politics, and Rabbit Holes

Dads In Gaming

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 64:47


On this episode Octane and Glock take the reins with Goldy missing so they get to jump around between many different subjects Follow us on twitter! @DadsinGaming

Talking Lead Podcast
Talking Lead 450 – U.S. Nuclear Submarine Officer: Jon S. Rennie

Talking Lead Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 123:57


https://chtbl.com/track/118312/traffic.libsyn.com/secure/talkinglead/TLP_450_Jon_Rennie_Submariner.mp3 In this episode of the Talking Lead Podcast: Lefty's guest is Jon S. Rennie former U.S. Navy Submarine Officer, business leader, author, podcaster, and avid bird hunter. We discuss Jon's career in the Navy as a Submarine Officer and get some insight on what life is like on a submarine. Jon is a Best Selling Author on Leadership. We talk about how the Military and his 30 years of leading North American companies to success fueled his ambition to share his knowledge for making Americans better leaders. Jon is co-founder, president and CEO of Peak Demand Inc., a manufacturer of critical infrastructure products for electric utilities. He served as a U.S. Naval Officer on the USS Tennessee, an  Ohio-class ballistic missile Nuclear Submarine. He is the author of I Have The Watch, All In The Same Boat & You Have The Watch. Listen to Jon's podcast The Deep Leadership Podcast to get real-world, actionable leadership advice from Jon as well as his expert guests. Talking Lead Podcast - "Leaducating The Unleaducated" since 2012 U.S. Navy Submarine Officer Jon S. Rennie Jon S. Rennie on Talking Lead Podcast USS TENNESSEE NAVAL OFFICER JON S. RENNIE

BIO-T
S.2E.31Belgium beers with German bells.

BIO-T

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 102:58


No we do not drink beers out of bells. ᵍᵒᵒᵈ ⁱᵈᵉᵃ ᵗʰᵒᵘᵍʰ. Even though that's a great idea. ⚠️⚠️Explicit. Super Explicit. Warning Super Warning⚠️⚠️Use discretion. Super discretion. ʟօȶֆ օʄ ɖɨֆƈʀɛȶɨօռTake a seat. Grab a beer. Remember you've been warned! You will hear digitized hurling and heaving. We talk about bells while reviewing 3 new beers. Voodoo ranger Starship ipa

Handgun World Podcast
Episode 604 – What Do You Carry and Why? Matt Krawczyk and a Glock 32.

Handgun World Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 37:05


This week I interview Matt Krawczyk a listener from Michigan do discuss what he carries and why? Keepers Concealment, use discount code handgunworld Concealment Solutions, use discount code handgunworld Handgun World Patreon Support Shooters Club Membership Page Music by Kevin McLeod

Talking Lead Podcast
Talking Lead 449 – Sturgis Summer Vacation

Talking Lead Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 138:49


In this episode of the Talking Lead Podcast: Lefty and the BMMC Crew (Bold Moves Motorcycle Club) talk about our 11 day, 2020 miles, epic road trip to Sturgis, SD for Gunfest during the 82nd Motorcycle Rally. Joining Lefty to tell the madcap road trip adventures is Chad Enos and Ty Mericle with Kel Tec Weapons, Rick Stewart and Gabe Wren with American Zealot Productions and a surprise visit from the Squatch. This was the first year of the Gunfest Range Day event. Vendors which attended were Kel Tec Weapons; IWI US; Sig Sauer; Springfield; Walther; Gunbroker; Silencer Central to name a few. It was held at the Buffalo Chip in Sturgis, SD. Although attendance was thin, due to the lack of advertising and miscommunication between Gunfest organizers and the Buffalo Chip organizers, it has the potential to be one of the premier Range Day events in the Industry. We discuss some of the things they got right and the areas that need improvement. Talking Lead Podcast - "Leaducating The Unleaducated" since 2012

Kessel Run Relay Podcast
Episode 8: Aunt Beru and Her Glock

Kessel Run Relay Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 88:08


Welcome back to another episode of Kessel Run Relay! Thank you for listening to our episode.-This episode includes: Hayden's dad coming out, Hayden forgetting who Boba Fett was, Michael Giacchino put his Giacchussy into this, little Leia supremacy, giving a 10 year old a gun, Beru with a glock, "Choke on it", and shipping Rey and a hot meal.-Follow us on social media:Twitter- @KesselRunRelayTiktok- @kesselrunrelaypodInstagram- @kesselrunrelaypodEmail us: kesselrunrelaypod@gmail.com

Firearms Radio Network (All Shows)
76Tuesday Podcast 058 – WE GOT THAT TACTICAL GIRTH!!!

Firearms Radio Network (All Shows)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 67:43


Today we welcome Joe from Shooting Gallery New England to discuss the IV8888 annual range day, pickle beer, Polymer 80 Glock 17, Walther PDP, Radical Firearms, Magpul enhanced ejection port cover, Hi-Point, US Lawshield, and much more! Thanks for listening!!! If you'd like to leave us a text or voicemail, give us a shout at … 76Tuesday Podcast 058 – WE GOT THAT TACTICAL GIRTH!!! Read More »

Black Diamond Guns and Gear - 76 Tuesday
76Tuesday Podcast 058 – WE GOT THAT TACTICAL GIRTH!!!

Black Diamond Guns and Gear - 76 Tuesday

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 67:43


Today we welcome Joe from Shooting Gallery New England to discuss the IV8888 annual range day, pickle beer, Polymer 80 Glock 17, Walther PDP, Radical Firearms, Magpul enhanced ejection port cover, Hi-Point, US Lawshield, and much more! Thanks for listening!!! If you’d like to leave us a text or voicemail, give us a shout at … 76Tuesday Podcast 058 – WE GOT THAT TACTICAL GIRTH!!! Read More »

that’s the whiskey
meet my spiritual glock (how to manifest) with ari

that’s the whiskey

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 56:03


hey little besties! we have another special guest that you've met before, ari!!! today jaz & ari talked about all things spiritual, astrology, fleetwood mac, manifestation, etc.. TW & enjoy!

Talking Lead Podcast
Talking Lead 448- AK KORNER S4 Ep8: Folders & Furniture

Talking Lead Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 125:07


https://chtbl.com/track/118312/traffic.libsyn.com/secure/talkinglead/akk_s4_ep8_edited.mp3 In this episode of the Talking Lead AK KORNER presented by Century Arms, we talk about different types of AK folding stocks. Under, over, side, left, right, top, bottom we cover all angles. Special guests: Paul Markel of Student Of The Gun and Joe Meaux of Aklys Defense / Meaux Guns. Talking Lead Podcast - "Leaducating The Unleaducated" since 2012 Talking Lead Podcast - photo by Aklys Defense Talking Lead Podcast - photo by Aklys Defense

Dumb People with Terrible Ideas
Gun Control and Uvalde Texas

Dumb People with Terrible Ideas

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 21:29 Transcription Available


When school shootings are commonplace and our best solution is 'give the school librarian a Glock!', we realize that our leaders cannot solve America's biggest problem- There are too many idiots with access to too-powerful weapons. No poopie jokes in this episode! BOO! But your Narrator (a very skilled and attentive lover) still provides a healthy dose of facts, opinion and insightful wordplay that guarantees you will win the lottery *immediately* after listening to this podcast. Co-written by TeeJay Small. Teejay does comedy writing on https://fvrr.co/3sAI5o8 (Fiverr). Reach out to him on Fiverr https://fvrr.co/3sAI5o8 (here) or read his excellent writing at https://poundsignteejay.medium.com/ (Medium). Your Narrator does voiceover work on https://fvrr.co/3pxeSbM (Fiverr). If you need to purchase his deep and resonant voice for a boner pill commercial, just click https://fvrr.co/3pxeSbM (here).

Dads In Gaming
Ep 86 - Glock & Goldy Unchained: SummerSlam Review

Dads In Gaming

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 80:43


On this episode Glock and Goldy discuss 2022 SummerSlam and where we think the stories will go after such a great PPV. They discuss the Vince McMahon scandal and what to expect from the HHH era.

The Break Room
Don't Bring Your Glock To A Delivery

The Break Room

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 10:38


If this thing shows up at your house, it was probably meant to be

Evolution Security Podcast
Ep. 81 Gear and Mindset Episode 6 - Celebrating our AR15s - Aaron's new Glock

Evolution Security Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 83:31


Gratitude for our main AR15s after the House votes to ban “Semi Assault Weapons.”  Aaron and I just have a jovial chat talking ARs, Glocks, Flograppling, and JiuJitsu.   Please subscribe and share our podcast with friends and family.  Visit our website for bios, future events and info at www.evosec.org  Like, follow and share us on Facebook and Instagram @evosecusa WE ARE PUMPED TO HAVE A NEW AFFILIATE LINK FOR ORIGIN AND JOCKO FUEL!!!  Help support this show by purchasing any of your JiuJitsu gear, Jocko Supplements, books clothing and more... link below. Origin/Jocko Fuel – Bringing back American manufacturing, producing the best Jiu-Jitsu Gis on the market, Jeans, rash guards, and world class supplements to help you on the path.  Use EvoSec10 at checkout for 10% off, this helps us greatly.  EVOSEC Originusa.com AFFILIATE LINK Tenicor – www.tenicor.com they are educators, and innovators in the holster market.  They are firearms instructors themselves, pressure testing their gear in multiple force on force events every year.  We support those who do the work.  Use our NEW code EVO2021 at checkout for 10% off.  Again patronizing our sponsors helps us greatly.  Keepers Concealment Original authority on Appendix Holsters, Appendix Training  Offer high-Performance Handgun Training - specializing in Concealed Carry Performance.  Keepers Concealment also - proud affiliate CCWSAFE, the truly proven legal service membership company - offering dedicated legal defense heaven forbid you're forced to use lethal force.   Use code: KC10OFF and check them out at https://keepersconcealment.com/ccw-safe To buy a holster, sign up for a class, inquire about hosting a course or join CCWsafe, you'll find it all at Keepersconcealment.com Evolution Security is Eric Davis, Aaron Davis and Brian Schilt; specializing in self-protection education, defensive pistol and carbine, consulting, and weapons based grappling.  Their mission is to help those serious about protecting themselves and their loved ones, become more capable though filtered information, recommended study, and highlighting their mentors who are the best in the field.   In addition, Eric and Aaron (twins) are musicians keeping with Musashi's adage that martial artist should focus on art outside of the martial (bumper music recorded by the brothers). 

Dirty Glove Bastard: Off The Porch
Lil Cosweat DGB Off The Porch Interview

Dirty Glove Bastard: Off The Porch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 26:02


Interview by Haze of DGB https://www.instagram.com/mike_tall We recently sat down with Louisiana rapper Lil Cosweat for an exclusive “Off The Porch” interview, during our conversation he discussed life in Baton Rouge, the violence in BR, jumping off the porch, getting beat by police, being involved in a shoot out with his mom, biggest life lesson, being black balled in Baton Rouge, his upcoming project “Glock 19 Savage”, new music video  “That Iron”, and much more! 

Talking Lead Podcast
Talking Lead 447 – Assault Weapons Ban Perspective & 3-Gun Talk

Talking Lead Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 135:45


In this episode of the Talking Lead Podcast Lefty is joined by fellow Lead Head and attorney Pearce Taylor to put some perspective on H.R.1808 - Assault Weapons Ban of 2022. Though likely it will pass the House vote we are still not out of the fight. Pearce sheds some light on the process the bill must still go through before becoming law. Lefty and Pearce discuss some details of the prohibitions this proposed law has and ways you can help keep up the fight against it. Then Lefty treats you to an interview from the past with 3-Gun Pro Jesse Tischauser:  Jesse, a former Army Staff Sergeant, grew up around guns in the home of a firearms dealer. Jesse made an immediate and profound impact on the world of 3 Gun, but also is involved in many different shooting disciplines. Jesse is best known and most often imitated for his promotion of sponsors and his prolific online presence. In his private time, he is involved in the nursery business in Guthrie, Oklahoma with his wife Tara. Jesse is a Founder of Generation III Gun, Inc and serves on the Board. OPPOSE the New Federal "Assault Weapons" Ban (H.R. 1808) TODAY! Talking Lead Podcast - "Leaducating The Unleaducated" since 2012 Attorney Pearce Taylor - Talking Lead Podcast 447 Attorney Pearce Taylor - Talking Lead Podcast 447 Jesse Tischauser - Talking Lead Podcast

Red Pill Revolution
Hero's Exist | Freedom of Speech Died & The Media's Pandemic of Fear

Red Pill Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 71:46


On this week's episode we discussed Elon Musk denied having an affair with the wife of Google co-founder, Sergey Brin, Jim Harbaugh's offer to his students, and the upcoming climate crisis being the new pandemic as a leaked conversation with CNN Executive exposed. We also discuss the death of the freedom of speech via AI algorithms and the white towel seemingly being waved by our politicians. Lastly, we discuss the recent mass shootings and the fact that hero still exists in a world where there seems to be plenty of villains.    Subscribe and leave a 5-star review! ----more---- Our website https://redpillrevolution.co   Protect your family and support the Red Pill Revolution Podcast with Affordable Life Insurance. This is attached to my license and not a third-party ad!   Go to https://agents.ethoslife.com/invite/3504a now!   Currently available in AZ, MI, MO, LA, NC, OH, IN, TN, WV Email redpillrevolt@protonmail.com if you would like to sign up in a different state   Leave a donation, sign up for our weekly podcast companion newsletter, and follow along with all things Red Pill Revolution by going to our new website: https://redpillrevolution.co    Full Transcription   Welcome to the revolution.  Hello and welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams, and today is episode number 37 37 of the red pill revolution podcast. And I appreciate you listening so much. We have a very interesting episode today. Got some pretty, uh, intriguing topics today that we're gonna discuss, including Elon Musk denying an affair with Google's co-founder Serge Brins wife.  that's one we'll touch on. We're also going to talk about, uh, the Highland park shooter being indicted by a grand jury on over a hundred well, 117 total charges. Um, Jim Harborough. From the university of Michigan, shout out to Jim har har Harba Harba yeah, something like that anyways, so that he was willing to raise his or his, uh, players' babies. Um, basically telling them that they, he said, don't get an abortion. I will raise your children for you. We're also going to discuss the world's first named heat wave. Hmm. We've been talking about this for the last several episodes where there's been this humongous, humongous push recently through the mainstream media to, I don't know. And sensationalize, you know, heat  as a, as a, as the next killer pandemic. Uh, so find that interesting. Um, so we'll discuss that, read about that article, see where, um, what the actual name of that heat wave is going to be. Uh, we're also going to discuss a update as the Biden administration offers to exchange Britney Griner and Paul Whelan for release of Russian arms dealer. That doesn't sound right. Offers to exchange. Yeah. So two people for one, they want to exchange a Russian arms dealer for a w N B a basketball player who got caught with M. I dunno, find that one. Interesting, but all of that to more all of that, to more all of that and more, uh, on today's show. So stick around, I appreciate you so much. And if you're wondering if you're watching this, why I have this white little, I don't know, eye patch over my eye today, I look like a mix of Nellie and Rocky Balboa. Um,  I will, I'm happy to tell you, so stick around and we'll talk about that too. Um, welcome to the Revolut. Welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams. Red pill revolution started out with me realizing everything that I knew, everything that I believed, everything I interpreted about my life is through the lens of the information I was spoon fed as a child, religion, politics, history, conspiracies, Hollywood medicine, money, food, all of it, everything we know was tactfully written to influence your decisions and your view on reality by those in power. Now I'm on a mission, a mission to retrain and reeducate myself to find the true reality of what is behind that curtain. And I'm taking your ass with me. Welcome to the revolution. All right, let's get. Into it. All right. So the very first thing that we're gonna discuss today, oh, I have a couple other topics, uh, that are gonna be discussed today, including Kamala Harris's conversation about her, uh, blue suit  and so hilarious. Um, so we'll, we'll also discuss that. All right. Um, so thank you again so much for listening. If you could go ahead and hit that subscribe button, it takes, I don't know, three seconds of your time. And it means the world to me, you have, you know, so many different ways that you can get good karma, but you know what? You didn't get it so far today. You've done nothing to deserve it. And now you can get that good karma just by pressing the button for me hit that subscribe button right now. And again, it would mean the world for me, leave a five star review that helps me get pushed up in the rankings and, uh, that on the back of the fact that I'm literally censored on every damn social media channel that exists. Um, shadow band censored band, you name it. I got it. Um, cannot tell you how frustrated I am with this recently. Uh, just got, uh, banned for a full week on TikTok because I posted the video about last week's discussion about hunter Biden. Um, basically getting in trouble by his own family members for being inappropriate with his niece, Natalie. Um, so I posted the video to basically just reading some of the information about that reading, um, some of the texts which were not graphic whatsoever, um, and somehow managed to get myself banned for putting negative connotations around a pedo. Hmm. So right now I have very little platforms, if any, to get the word out and I need you guys to help me out. All right. What I need you to do is if you do see my stuff on Instagram, or if you don't see my stuff on Instagram, go ahead over to my Instagram. You can search it right at the top of the Instagram search bar. And you need to put in the full name. It's red pill. Revolt is the username you have to put in the full thing. They will shadow ban me until you put it in and press the enter button. And then you will see my account with more than 49,000 followers on there, but you can't see it until you press the whole damn thing in there. You'll probably even see my backup before you even see that, which just has two Ts. Um, but head over there. And it, it would really, I mean, the only, literally the only way I have right now to get the word out on these things, to speak, you know, up in these times of craziness, where somebody gets shadow banned for discussing a president's son, who's being accused of being inappropriate with his family young. Underage family members. I get censored for that, right? So I need you guys to help me out, share my stuff, post it on your story. You know, re-share my videos. Um, you know, do whatever you can to help me get the word out about this. I would appreciate it more than you'd ever know. You know, this is something that I would love, love, love to do as my full-time career. And I was looking to do that by the end of this year and on the trajectory that I was on. And just a few months into this, um, was absolutely doable. I got like 50,000 followers in my first five months, and then that got shadow banned into oblivion by Instagram and it killed all of my traction, killed all of my growth. I've literally lost. 3% of my followers have gained zero. Um, over the last 90 days, um, going on five months now, since that happened. So, um, again, just a few ways that you can help me out if you head over to that page, hit the notification button at the top, right. You can hit the three little, um, three little dots at the top, right. And, uh, turn on your notifications for the red pill revolt, uh, Instagram page. And that would mean a lot to me. Um, and just share my shit. I appreciate it. Like I said, but the very first thing that we're gonna jump into today is going to be Elon Musk denying his affair with Google co-founder Serge Brin's wife. Okay. So Elon Musk denying his affair with the Google co-founder's wife. Um, and we'll discuss this because it, it seems to be like, you know, Elon Musk is shouting disinformation  whereas the Google executive, I'm pretty sure basically. Divorced his wife over this. So if Elon Musk is just, you know, or if they're going after Elon Musk, this guy's pretty committed to doing so by divorcing, like actually legitimately divorcing his wife over this , but it goes on to say that TE's, uh, Tesla boss, Elon Musk has denied having an affair with Nicole Shanahan, the wife of Google co-founder Serge Brin must comments came after the wall street journal reported that his friendship with Mr. Brin had ended over the alleged affair, replying to a link to the story posted on Twitter. Must refer to the report as total BS. Musk went on to say that he is still friends with Mr. Brin and that they were at a party together last night. Hmm.  citing people familiar with the matter the wall street journal said that Musk has, was engaged in a brief affair last year with Ms. Shaham. This prompted Mr. Brin to file for divorce earlier this year, over this and ended the long friendship between the two high profile technology billionaires. The paper also went on to say, but must tweet it. I've only seen Nicole twice in three years, both times with many people around and nothing romantic. His tweet said verbatim. Um, this is total BS, Serge, and I are friends. And we're at a party together last night. I've seen Nicole twice in three years, both times with many other people around, nothing romantic at the time of the alleged affair in December Mr. Brennan and his wife were separated, but still living together. The wall street journal said citing a person close to miss Shanahan. Then cite them. What, in this separate tweet, Mr. Musk said the wall street journal has run so many BS, hit pieces on me in Tesla. I've lost count even though they have PR uh, even though they have a prenuptial agreement, Mr. BN and miss Shaham are currently negotiating a divorce settlement, which could be as much as $1 billion. uh, Mrs. Shanahan is a California based attorney and founder of legal technology company, clear access IP and the bio echo foundation. Uh, according to her LinkedIn profile, the BA echo foundation is a philanthropy organization that promotes reproductive, longevity, inequality, criminal justice reform, and a healthy livable planet. Wow. That is the most vague thing ever. Sounds like money laundering to me.  Mr. Musk, who is also the boss of rocket firm. SpaceX is also known for how he operates his many companies, but is also attracted press interest in his private life. Um, So this goes on to show a few other recent articles put out about Musk just in the last three months. And it does seem like there's been several, several hit pieces on Elon Musk over the last 90 days or so leading up to the Twitter buyout. All right. So let's just read through some of these articles, which says that, uh, let's just read on down. What are the Elon Musk headers from this? Uh, the, the news company that I'm looking at here is BBC. All right. The, the first one is Twitter spent 33,000,003 months on must deal. Tesla sells most of its Bitcoin holdings. That was six days ago. Twitter must dispute heading for October trial, Twitter, sus Elon Musk, over 44 billion takeover deal. None of those are hip pieces must became father of twins. Last year. Elon must daughter cut ties with her father and Elon must deny sexual misconduct allegations. That was all the way back in may. So. Who knows. I could see Elon being a sneaky little bastard, especially knowing that he was in some type of sexual engagement with Amber herd. If you're willing to do anything with that bat shit crazy lady, then you're probably not above, you know, banging your buddy's wife. so it is a strong potential that this has actually happened in my opinion. Um, but you. Nothing, nothing, uh, nothing, uh, coming out yet. That gives us one way or another, besides a close, confident informant. Like they, you know, alluded to on there. Uh, but I found that to be interesting. Elon Musk out there doing the dirty, dirty deeds against his own friends, uh, wives  now, um, I guess we'll have to see what comes of that. If there is any further tweets, um, but time will tell, uh, who knows. Um, I think Elon Musk is probably, and she's getting a billion dollars, right? If she goes from being with Elon Musk to this Google executive or from this Google executive to Elon Musk, and you get a billion dollars while cheating on your husband and screwing, you know, the world's most rich man  I think, I think you're doing well. Um, so this sounds like a lose lose for both of the men and a win-win for Mrs. Shanahan. Or miss Shanahan now to clarify,  no longer misses. Um, but sounds like she won right. Elon Musk lost as in this hip story, although maybe he did get some late night shenanigans with the Google co-founder his wife. Um, and the Google co-founder seems to be the loser loser here because he both got cheated on and will lose a billion dollars as a result. all right. Now the very next thing that we are going to discuss is going to be Jim Harbaugh. Saying that he is willing to raise his players' babies instead of them getting an abortion. All right, now it says that, uh, Jim Harbaugh is fiercely against abortion, says that he'd be willing to raise the baby of any of his university of Michigan football players. If they had an unplanned pregnancy and the couple decided to have the baby, he went on to say that I've told them the same thing. I tell my kids, boys, the girls, same thing. I tell our players and our staff members. He said that on Saturday, I encourage them to have a pregnancy that wasn't planned to go through with it, go through with it. He told ESPN, let that unborn child be born. And if at the time you don't feel like you can care for it. You don't have the means. Wherewithal then Sarah and I will take the baby. He said the Wolverines head coach who signed a $36.7 million extension in February was the key note speaker at a recent right to life event. Hmm. Interesting. I didn't know that about him. Um, I don't happen to be a university of Michigan fan, uh, but a, you know, one of their rivals fans  um, however, uh, I would say that he just went up in my book, right. To know that he's actually at, out, out there, um, you know, boots on the ground and pushing for some of his beliefs, including, you know, not, uh, AB boarding slash killing potential human life during the abortion speech, 58 year old Harba spoke and about having the courage to let the unborn be born as for why he chose to speak out about the controversial topic. Jim says, while it may be difficult, it's an incredibly important issue for America.  um, now it goes on to say, uh, another quote from him, which is just, I just think the issue of life. I think, I just think this issue of life save the, a life. The abortion issue is one that is so big that it needs to be talked about. It's a life or death type of issue. And I believe in and respect people's views, but let them discuss it because there's a passion on both sides of the issue. This is on the backs of the row verse Wade decision to be overturned now, um, good on har for doing this right? I would. Absolutely. I love that. I love that, right. That this man is so willing in. So in his own beliefs about this, that he's willing to take on the responsibility, right. Even of his staff members, not just his own children, not of, you know, his, just his players, which is a pretty audacious, uh, position to hold to begin with. I don't know if that word applies there  but, but then all, not only that, but your staff members too. So good on Harba for speaking out, speaking up, going to these rallies, um, being a keynote speaker at them, um, just looking through some of the pictures of this conversation that he had here, uh, posted by Detroit Catholic, um, in Plymouth, Michigan in the recent speech. Um, but. Very cool. I love that. I think that's so awesome and, and good on him. You know, I think there's a, a longer conversation to be had. We've had this conversation several times since then, but, you know, as my position is held, you know, there's definitely some options. One of those options is adoption, right. Or, you know, worst case scenario, foster care. But I don't think if you interviewed any child ever who's ever been birthed ever after not being aborted by their mother and being given up to foster care or via adoption that any of them ever would say that they would rather be dead. Just my opinion. Um, but good on him. I think that's awesome. You know, there's very little positive headlines being pushed out there today and I'm sure 100% positive that he's going to catch a bunch of shit for this. Um, and he knew that going into it full well. Right. He knew that, but he decided to do that anyways, which I think is just awesome. All right. Um, so one of the next things we're gonna discuss here is going to be the name of the world's very first heat wave  right now. But before I do that, I need you to do one thing for me, head over right now to red pill, revolution dot sub stack.com. All right. 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Um, the name of the, the world's very first named heat wave and the name is Zo Zo. How anti climactic and they started at Z , so, Hmm. Interesting. Uh, so it says blistering temperatures ranked as a category three, the most severe tier in Seville's Spain's new heat wave system. Um, the world's first named heat wave hits Seville Spain this week, pushing temperatures past 110 degrees Fahrenheit and earning the most severe tier in the city's new heat wave rink, new heat wave ranking system. Interesting how new this is. Oh, and they're also gonna call it zoo, which has brought scorching temperatures to the Southern part of the country for the last few days, particularly in the region of Vania where Seville is located when in the evenings, the Spanish meteorologist service recorded temperatures that hovered above the mid eighties in some areas and extra stress on the human body, which relies on cooler nights to recover from high daytime. uh, so this is all just telling you, like there was a recent video that came out from, I think it might have been project Veritas, but it basically, um, caught a CNN executive basically saying that the climate crisis is now going to be the new COVID push that they had. Right. So they they're over the pandemic. The death numbers are off the side of it. Right. And now the new way that they're going to instill fear in you gets you to lock down your businesses, take away your rights is going to be through the climate crisis. And now we know it because CNN's executive just said it literally from his mouth while being schmoozed on a date that wasn't really a date. I find that to be one of the most hilarious parts of the project Veritas stuff is like, not only did you get leaked saying some shit that you probably shouldn't say, not only are you going to probably lose your job for doing so and get ridiculed by everybody you've ever known in your professional career, but you also now know that that probably pretty hot girl that you thought you were going on. A date with that was super into you was full of shit. And just having a conversation with you. So she could steal information from you. Like literally like some cagey B spy stuff going on here in, uh, I believe it was project Verto it looked like a project Veritas video. Um, I don't know of anybody else who's been doing stuff like that. So it, it likely has to be, uh, but.  it says that the, the, uh, the worst of the heat is expected to begin tapering off today. It was poised, uh, as it a, it posed a significant risk to human health while last day, according to ProMED Seville. Yeah. Who cares this big, big push by all the mainstream medias. I've talked about it several times over the last several weeks, every new article, the hu thousands of healthy people will die in the UK, right. Or wherever it was Europe. Um, all of these articles coming out now, CNN coming out and saying that they are literally going to instill fear in you through this. And then they come out with a naming system. For a heat wave. Like they've never done in the history of humans ever. And not only that, but they were dumb enough to start it at Z So we'll see where that goes. But I, I really do think this is exactly what's happening is they're going to push for a climate lockdown 100%. Right? Everybody knows C's over. Everybody knows besides maybe Fauci, who wants to still try and push fear in you because he's so irrelevant at this point. And nobody cares what he says, but this is their new way of trying to instill fear. This is their new way of trying to instill totalitarianism. This is their new way of trying to take away your jobs and your. It's just what's gonna happen. And there's, this is like the scariest part about all of this for me is there's like, literally nothing we can do. There's not like, I don't know what, what we can do. Like protests, maybe like get, gather and get in front of these people. I guess that's the, the OG way of doing it. Right. We gotta get, there's gotta be some type of organization. That's going to put these things together because there's not even a whisper of these things happening right now. Not even a whisper of anybody at all in the United States of America, pushing back against this totalitarianism over the last several years, right there. Wasn't like even the trucker rally that was supposed to go on, like just drifted off into the winds. Like nothing happened. Nobody heard about it. Nobody talked about it. It didn't help with any change at all. Right. So on the backs of all of this climate crisis, all of this food shortage crisis, which is basically just bill gates in China, buying up all of the farmland in the United States so that they can force you to shove bugs in your mouth. Like Nicole Kidman. If you saw that video, you, if you haven't seen it, you gotta go watch it. Nicole Kidman, basically. Uh, what does she say? Like 50% of the world are some stupid statistic that she gives eats bugs. Mm. And then she has like a four different types of bugs that she eats. It's like this gross, gross mixture of Hollywood and global elites pushing their like next wave of societal shifts that they're gonna profit trillions off of. And then, and I think that's an interesting point too, is like, that's the way that when you have billions, when you have hundreds of billions of dollars, you know how you get trillions, you make societal human systemic shift.  right. Like shifting everybody from eating meat, to eating beyond meat, shifting everybody from focusing on, uh, good whole sourced beef to crickets and meal worms and all of this grossness. Right. It's like, what they've done is they've found ways over the years to take a whole way of human beings, operating systems and shifting it in a direction of something that's profitable for them. Right? Like we saw it with the pandemic, with the vaccine. We saw it with like this hyper inflated sense of fear that they instilled in people to do. So, um, you know, here's an example of, of, you know, just the, the beyond me is such a good example of it. Bill gates, trying to ma basically shift the whole world from eating literally what was put on this planet for us. To consume just like every human ever has consumed forever. It's not like cow farts. All of a sudden are tearing down the ozone. Like cows have been around for a very long time. Right. They're not just now, you know, pooping enough to, to blow up the world. Right. It's it's so stupid. And so you see them make these huge societal shifts, right? These huge, you. Concerted efforts to instill fear in the human psyche enough to make you want to spend your money and holy shift over to something new. And here's an example that I've used before. It's like if bill gates decided that he wanted to take a 500 billion and turn it into $5 trillion, what he could do is he would go and he would lobby and he would push through all of the mainstream media. That water is now toxic. The water you drink is bad for you. You should stop drinking it because if you continue doing so, you're going to die, everybody's gonna do going to die. And if you don't stop drinking it, your neighbor's gonna hate you. Your friends are gonna hate you. You're gonna be the most hated person in the world. Cuz you're contributing to all these people in the world who are now dying because they're drinking water. And then after pushing that message for so long, he decides to lobby against all these politicians who are now going to. Gates are raid, right? The brand new water. That's better than the old water. It's like Gatorade, but better. Right? And he's gonna in, he's gonna lobby through all the higher up governmental societal positions and he's going to pay them off. Like I said, 500 billion gets you pretty far with politicians, pay off all these politicians, right. Pay 'em off. And now eventually you're gonna get these infrastructure bills that are gonna be passed to put in new pipings for gates raid, right? Bill gates, Gatorade  that is taking over water. And then eventually every single person in society is going to point their grubby little finger at you for drinking water. And now gates took that 500 billion and turned it into 5 trillion because now nobody's drinking water and they're all drinking gates, array . And if bill gates steals that name from me, he owes me some damn royalties, cuz that would, or my idea if he steals my idea or. My name, he has to pay me royalties, calling it right now. All right, because that's a pretty damn evil plan that I just outlaid for him and a pretty damn good marketing name  for doing so, uh, definitely better than beyond meat, right? It's like, I've seen all of these like vegan, vegetarian people like shoving their BS meat down your throat. Like if you're gonna be a vegetarian, great. If you're gonna be a carnivore diet, great. Anything is better than the standard American diet. Literally anything is better than the standard American diet, but don't try and tell me that eating meat is horrible for you. And the reason that people die don't try and tell me that eating too many vegetables is that no, it's the standard of American diet is the enemy, which by the way, was pushed on you by the government, right? Anyways, just a side tangent that this is what they do. They're going to cause these big societal shifts like climate change, like vaccination, like COVID like lockdowns, like, uh, gates array, right beyond me, all of these things that they're gonna eventually try to make these huge societal shifts to turn billions into trillions. And this is how they're doing it. They're gonna start with the mainstream media pushing these scarce scare tactics on you. Right? They're gonna start putting up counters for all the people who died from heat shock. And then what they're gonna do is just the literal the same exact playbook of COVID is just gonna be implemented for climate crisis climate. right. The heat waves everybody's dying. And then it's gonna be the, you know, the ice age and all of this crazy fear and stilling stuff then comes the societal shifts. Right? Then they're gonna start pushing and pumping money, which they're already doing into the governmental structures to try and make you stop driving a gas vehicle. They're going to try to make you stop eating meat. They're going to try to make you stop heating your home with gas. Like all of these things are gonna go away and now they're gonna shift you, even though they didn't need to. They're gonna shift society from one thing to the next, so that they can take an entire industry and plop it back into their wallet and profit trillions off of something that is likely a complete bullshit facade. Like we saw with the pumping up of numbers of COVID with the ages or the death certificates being shifted at the last minute, like the, you know, the, the literally murdering people like mass murder of people by shoving REM VIR down their throat and not giving them access to ivermectin or to, you know, any of the other holistic, you know, monoclonal antibodies, all of these things that were proven to help that they did not allow, right. Just like, they're not going to allow you to, they're gonna cause these big shifts, they're gonna buy up all the farmland and they're not going to allow you. They're gonna cause these like scarcity and meat. And eventually they're hoping that everybody goes to either eat beyond meat, which is a 45 ingredient, chemical bullshit or meal worms like Nicole Kidman. Right. I wonder how much they paid her for that.  I'm sure it was a fair, fair amount of money to eat bugs, right? If you're Nicole Kidman, are you eating bugs? No, unless you're getting paid a shit ton of money, which I'm sure she was. Now, the next thing that we're going to discuss here is going to be the deal that is going down, that the Biden administration is willing to trade a convicted Russian arms dealer for a w N B player who got caught with a marijuana cartridge. Hmm, that to me doesn't seem like a fair trade  I don't know. Um, so I find this to be interesting. Let's read this article. It says that the Biden administration has offered to exchange a convicted Russian arms trafficker in order to secure the release of two Americans in Russian custody. After two months of debate, w N B a player Brittany Griner and former us Marine, Paul Whelan may be freed. If the us offers to release Victor bout, it says that bout is star a starving bout is starving a 25 year prison sentence. That probably should be serving. Who am I reading this from the sun? Yeah, not the, I don't know, decently legitimate kind of sensationalist, but, um, I don't think they're starving a 25 year prison sentence. The sun, if you need an editor, gimme a shout.  Austin at red pill, revolution.co happy to help bout is serving a 25 year prison sentence in the states after being convicted by a federal court in 2011, for conspiracy to kill us citizens and officials. And we're trading that for a w N B player who got caught with weed, we put substantial, substantial, a substantial proposition on the table weeks ago to facilitate the release that secretary of state Anthony blink, blink added that he plans to speak with Russian foreign minister Serge Lara to bring up the proposal. It will be the first time the two have spoken since the Russian invasion of Ukraine in late February, Wayland has been held by Russia for a legend espionage since 2018. Russian authorities said Whelan had confidential documents in his hotel room while he was visiting the country to attend his Fred's wedding and was given a 16 year. Well, in a sense, claimed his arrest was a political stunt, according to ABC news. And he said, the guards call me tourist. He spent 18 months in detention and spent a waiting trial and said that when he was first arrested, he didn't believe it was even happening. How was this a fair sentence? How was this a fair trade at all? Like, I don't know. I stopped playing Pokemon a long time ago, but I know if bullshit trade, when I see one  we're trading, a convicted Russian arms dealer who is allegedly conspiring to kill Americans for a w N B a player who took weed into the country, doesn't seem all that fair to me. Now, if you go back during Trump's presidency, he I'm pretty sure it was, uh, like little Duval or something. Right. I'm pretty sure. Uh, he got him released with like literally no. Oh, wait. No, that's that? Not Lil Duval. Lil Duval is a comedian that was recently airlifted to a hospital after a car crash. Um, I don't remember who it was, but Trump basically released a rapper without any negotiations like this without any trades. He just basically said, Hey, that's mine. Give it back.  and they were like, uh, okay, fine. Right. We're not gonna mess with Donald Trump. What kind of deal is this, what kind of no negotiations is that maybe you should start a little bit lower than murderous Russian arms dealer for w N B a player who smokes weed. That's I don't see the, and on top of that, they threw somebody else in there. Like it wasn't enough, right? Like, oh, I, no, nevermind. That's wrong. They, they did two for one the opposite way. Okay. So maybe that's better  than what I was thinking. Um, but obviously this isn't a fair trade. It it's crazy to me. Now, now the most crazy, the most ridiculous part about this is that we are literally negotiating with Russia to release somebody for somebody who we know 100% violated their laws and is rightfully being IM prisons. For something that we currently have people sitting in jail in the United States for today is, is Joe Biden going to start trading? I don't know, German scientists from the Nazi regime to release, you know, people who are currently in marijuana, in jail for marijuana right now, probably not how many people are sitting in jail right now for marijuana charges in the United States. And we're literally negotiating with Russia with a murderous arms dealer to get one individual out as a publicity son, publicity stunt. This is 100% of publicity stunt, right. They're just trying to show that they can negotiate. Right. And I would be surprised if at this point, Putin does anything. Why would he care to get this arms dealer back, especially when you can shove it down the United States throat and go? Nope. Nope. She was here head illegally. It's against the rules. Maybe don't travel with weed to Russia. Probably a bad idea, right? Even if you're a world famous w B player, maybe you should follow the rules. I don't know if there's any, I can't name a single w B player.  no, on the backs of that. You should go watch the, uh, it's actually, um, a little bit of a letdown to me, but you should go watch, um, bill burs has a special on Netflix. There's some funny parts to it. It takes a minute to get heated up, but there's definitely some good enough jokes that it's worth your time to go to go watch it. Um, a couple of them that I'll highlight for you. I won't give 'em away completely, but there's one about abortion. And he talks about how it's like the perfect analogy is like, you know, you can, I'm all for abortion. He says, but you, you can't tell me it's not killing a baby because if I'm cooking a cake and somebody comes by before that cake is done halfway through the time in the oven and throws it on the ground. And I go, Hey, what, what the hell? Why why'd you. Destroy my cake and they go, well, wasn't a cake yet. it's like, no, it would have been had you not thrown it on the ground. Right. It was a great, great bit, much better executed than I could ever do. So go watch that. Um, pretty funny, uh, but even better as Andrew SCHs, uh, recent comedy special, that's just released. I think there's probably like three days left. If you're listening to this, you probably gotta buy it in the next two days to actually listen to it. But they pulled Andrew schuls comedy special from a major distributor, like Netflix, Hulu, somebody, um, and told him he needed to edit out jokes. Andrew schuls said, screw you and bought his for like a million dollars, bought his special back from them and then released it on his own and made three and a half times the money that he would've made in the first, like four days, then he would've made from selling it to one of those streaming services. And I think this tells you where people are at on this. Like, people don't want somebody to be censored, right? People are willing to give their money up and don't want the censorship, AI fucking mark Zuckerberg algorithms to beat the human race out. Right. That's what I found to be like the most gross about this. And I could go on a whole long tangent on the censorship stuff because I'm so, so beyond frustrated with how much it's like been the lynchpin for my success, with this, um, in, in how difficult it is to do anything without it. And, and the fact that just, I could go on forever about it, but the fact that Andrew S SCHs won out against these streaming services who wanted to censor him about his own jokes. I find that to be incredible. I'm so glad that he did that. And it just proves, you know, to me that people are willing to support you. If you speak your mind and don't give in to the censorship, right. Um, So even better than bill burs is go watch Andrews schuls is special. I think it was just like, I I'm personally am definitely gonna watch it here in the next couple days and buy it. Um, so definitely, definitely put that on your list of things to watch, uh, and support somebody who is speaking their mind in a time where you get ridiculed, ostracized, and censored for doing so. Uh, so anyways, that's all I got for that portion of the shocking update. Joe Biden trading a murderous arms dealer for a w N B a player who had weed. I just, it baffles me that that is the trade. All right. So the next thing that we're gonna discuss here is going to be let's go ahead and watch this video of Kamala Harris at a recent discussion. Just basically giving the most hilarious intro of herself. Like it, it literally seems like a skit from of Michael Scott  from the office. If he was in a position of political power right now, and just didn't understand how pronouns works. So here's the clip. Let's watch it together. And then we'll just, uh, good afternoon. I wanna love these leaders are coming in to have this very important discussion, um, about some of the most pressing issues of our time. Um, I am KA LA Harris. My pronouns are she and her. I am a woman sitting at the table wearing a blue suit and, um, Oh, my God, my name is Kamala Harris. My she, my pronouns. Are she her? I am a woman sitting at a desk in a blue suit.  it's like, how ridiculous, how ridiculous are these pronoun things gonna get? Like, how far are we gonna take this to where we have to, like, you could have given me an, any number of like, first of all, you're Kamala Harris. We know who you are. Second of all, you're Kamala Harris. We know you're a woman third. Well, yeah, we know you're a woman. Third of all, we know you're wearing a blue suit. Fourth of all, we know you're sitting at a desk, like we're getting to a point now where reality has become so obscured that you have to identify the object in front of you.  because we're afraid somebody's gonna miss gender it as a chair instead of a table. Like, my name is Austin Adams. I identify as a, he him, I am a man sitting at a desk in front of a microphone with a blue shirt jeans. I have 10 fingers and my favorite color is blue. Hmm. Like how far are we gonna take this? And, and also, I don't think Kamala Harris knows how pronouns work.  like saying a pronoun does not have to do with the color of your shirt, by the way, Kamala, if you didn't know that , it's like this clown show of an organ, uh, of an administration is just every, I I've yet to see a clip yet to see a clip, a single clip of a powerful. Like, and I'm thirsty for it. Like I wish Biden and Kamala Harris would be incredible leaders. I wish the words coming out of their mouth would just run along my ears. Like the softest of silks  I wish they were bold in their speech. I wish they were confident. I wish that they said things that made people feel better in times of terrorism. Like we've seen all across our nation domestically over the last year and a half of this presidency. I wish this administration the best. And that says a lot, but because I want what's best for our country. I what's be what's best for you and your family. I want what's best for me and my family. I want what's best for our country. Despite my political beliefs, despite my beliefs about the election and how that went down, despite all of that, I want what's best for our country. And what's best for our country is when somebody is locked in for four years as the leader of our country, that they do a good job. And I have yet to hear a single speech, a single speech by either one of these individuals that was coherent, let alone powerful and impactful or comforting. And I can't tell you how frustrating that is. I'm sure you understand, right. This is, this is our country. I like, I grew up as a Patriot. I love what our country stands for. I love what our people stand for. I love what our flag stands for. I love our constitution. Like if anything, I'm a, like a constitutionalist. I believe in our constitution. I believe how it was written is how it should be.  and they're just literally trying to strip that away from us line by line with gun reform laws and censorship through third party AI algorithms. And like that's what baffles me the most about the censorship conversation and sorry that I'm going back to this again, but you're just so bothersome to me that we're being governed by AI algorithms in our speech. Our constitution was not stripped from us by some politician with votes. Our, our freedom of speech was not stripped from us by somebody that we even put into power. Our freedom of speech has been ripped away from us by mark Zuckerberg's AI, robotic algorithm. And there's nothing you can do about it. Nothing you can't, you can't even write a fucking support ticket to Facebook or TikTok and expect a response from a human, right. Like. It's so crazy that we've gotten to this point. It's so dystopian and literally every politician has dropped the conversation. There is not a single politician right now, who is vehemently going after these social media companies for censoring, all of the American societies, freedom of speech, all of the freedom of press. Like nobody watches the news anymore. Nobody watches the news. Nobody's getting a damn newspaper delivered to their house. Nobody's doing any of that way of like the, what the press was before, the way that it is now we need constitutional, like fucking little bullet points under it that now outlined that like, how is there no conversation around the fact. Where 90% of speech and news is released is also a freedom of speech platform, right? How is it that where so much of our conversations are like 90% of human interaction occurs on the social media platform, whether it's DMS, whether it's posts, whether it's Instagram posts, whether it's videos, whatever it is. Freedom of speech where people where speech lies today is in social media where the press lies today is in social media, right? Where all of the, like people don't get their news the same way that they used to. So the fact that Instagram and YouTube and Google and Facebook, and all of these grimy little dweebs sitting in Silicon valley and China, communist China right now today, determining what you can say, determining what I can say and deciding whether anybody gets to hear it at all. Right. They, it is just a, a loophole and it drives me nuts that there's not a single politician anymore. Who's even discussing this. Now a single politician is even talking about it on social media, because they're getting silence too. How the hell are these politicians? Not the ones who are speaking out against this because they're getting like, why isn't Ted Cruz? Why isn't Rand, Paul? Why isn't Ron DeSantis? Why isn't Donald Trump? Like, we're like, oh, we're gonna take our party over here. No, the speech is happening where it's happening. The reform needs to happen there. And we need to make some type of legal recourse when a company decides who gets to say what and when. Right. And we found this out recently that, you know, the FBI whistle blowers have come out and said that they are purposefully stifling, the recent release of information about hunter Biden's iCloud. Uh, league and I saw it literally with my post. I just got ripped off of TikTok for negatively talking about a pedophile. I lost my platform for saying something negative about a pedophile who happens to be the prince of the United States of America, allegedly who can do no wrong. Even when he smokes, crack has sexual relations with underage family members that all of his family talks about gives half of our country's economy away through shell companies in Ukraine. And yet I'm the one that's getting silenced for talking about it. And nobody, nobody in politics is currently making any concerted effort that I've heard of recently at all right. If you think back to like two years ago, where a year and a half ago where Ted Cruz was grilling mark Zuckerberg in front of Congress, um, like. A congressional hearing where he was like the robot with the water and all this weirdness, I don't know this, this, this censorship stuff just drives me nuts. And what drives me nuts even more is the fact that it's the conversation's done. They conceded, they are now allowing freedom of speech to be a thing of the past. Like, like anybody's buying a newspaper and you're going to legally stop them. Like they've, it's just a proxy. They're, they're stifling your freedom of speech by proxy, through AI algorithms with social media networks. The, if you don't think the FBI, the CIA, the department of justice, the Homeland security is actively in conversations with these social media platforms to stifle conversations around news stories and topics that they don't want discussed when they don't want them discussed. Like the very thing that we saw with hunter Biden's laptop initially, and what we're seeing now today with the iCloud leak round two,  and nobody's talking about it. Nobody's doing anything. No legislation or bills are, are being written to be passed about it. Nothing. And they've conceded, they, they threw their hands up and they threw in the damn towel and they've literally allowed our freedom of speech to be ripped away from us in the last two and a half, three years. And we are ideally standing by and allowing it because what are you gonna do? You gonna not use Instagram? And like, if, if you are not using Instagram to get the word out on something like this, or you're not using Instagram to promote your business, or like, what are you doing there? Cuz Instagram sucks right now. Instagram sucks right now. Like you scroll Instagram the way that they just changed everything. And it's like every other post that you have on your timeline now is either sponsored or recommended in some way. And it's all shitty content cuz they're algorithms suck, go look at your Explorer page. It's terrible. It's awful. And meanwhile, there's, they're, you know, stifling free speech about people saying negative things about pedophiles, cuz that's a going to be a protected class, just like all the other, you know, alphabet soup, transgender BS. So infuriating anyways, anyways. So the next video we're gonna watch, there's two situations that have come up recently about the shootings that have happened, both the Highland park shooting and the UAL day shooting. Um, we're gonna discuss that. And so we'll jump right into it. The Highland park shooter was indicted by the grand jury on 117 counts. All right. So one more time. The Highland park shooter indicted by a grand jury on 117 counts. The Illinois state attorney's office has announced that a grand jury has indicted July 4th, Highland park shooter on 117 separate accounts. Robert. Not gonna say his name is being charged with 21 counts of first regain murder, three counts for each child, victim killed 48 counts of attempted murder. 48 counts of aggravated battery with a firearm for each victim who was hit by a bullet or a bullet fragment. Um, in a statement, the state's attorney, Eric Reinhardt said that I want to thank law enforcement and prosecutors who pre presented evidence to the grand jury today. Our investigation continues and our victim specialists are working around the clock to support all those affected by the crime that led to 117 felony counts being filed today. And this is  just a sensationalist way of going, like, what are you gonna do with 117 counts? If five of those stick, he's going to jail for life. They're just trying to like sensationalize and get the, the public eye and spotlight off of them. After so many people are pointing it. Every literal thing that could have went wrong, went wrong. Every coward who could have been wearing a badge was wearing a badge that day. Even, you know, like the, just the grossest situation you could imagine. If you go watch the new footage, that's come out recently. It, it is just infuriating to even see like some guy literally getting hand sanitizer in the middle of a shootout where children are bleeding out in another room, five rooms away from him. And he is getting hand sanitizer, another guy on his phone, laughing, smiling about whatever he saw on his phone at the time. And there was almost 300 officers on. And, and so we'll watch this video of prime time, Alex Stein, if you know who that is, he's the guy that's been going from, uh, like school district board meetings to city council meetings, to all these things. And he is done like the raps about COVID and like all these very comical he's a comic to begin with. He's a comedian. Um, but this one ended up being a little bit different than what you would expect, uh, a little bit more serious on his part. I didn't, I, I was kind of expecting some type of comedy. I didn't know how he was gonna walk that line. Um, but he did it fairly well here and there wasn't really much, much comedy. It was pretty serious and, uh, glad that he did here. Um, so let's go ahead and watch this clip. I'm here in Uvalde, Texas at Rob elementary school, the site of the mass shooting where 19 children and two teachers died. Normally I try to bring awareness in a humorous way, but tonight I'm speaking at the local city council meeting to expose the lack of response time from the police force 372 officers. Waited 77 minutes to go in and stop Salvador Ramos. I'm here to bring attention to that so that nothing like this happens in the future. And we have police that are more courageous. Thank you, council. My name's Alex Stein. And uh, a lot of times I speak at a lot of city council meetings. And usually I like to use my platform to make people laugh, to expose a lot of the leadership problems that we have. But here today, there's nothing funny. When I drive into your city, there's a stain on this city that will never be lifted ever. It doesn't matter what you do. It doesn't matter how reactive you are. It's your lack of proactive result. We have principal Gutierrez who was fired that knew of security issues, knew of it. The principal knew of security issues and now 21 people are dead 19 students. So you can say, oh, well, it's not. It's the lack of police force. What? Let me go chip. Let me use my three minutes. We're not the school district. Listen, I understand you're not the school district, but this your city. Are you the leader of this city? Do you lead this city? You're telling me the city council is not the leaders of this city. Is that what you're telling me? Is that what you're trying to tell me, chip. So you guys don't consider yourself leaders. See, that's why it's because you don't consider yourself a leader. You don't take responsibility for your action. That's why you sit there. And that's why you are a direct reflection of these cops. They were cos it took them 77 minutes. And you're a coward. You sit there like a coward, trying to combat what I'm saying. I'm bringing awareness to your city. You still had the audacity. After 21, people died. Chief Aaron Dondo, you SWM in. I don't care that he resign. You swore him in, you do two meetings a month. Mayor MC that's 20 meetings a year can't even show up. I don't care where he is at. He should be here digitally. I don't see a screen with his face. This is 2022. We just had a pandemic. People can be at a meeting digitally and remotely, but you've all day. You can't figure it out. Because you can't protect your 21 kids and you can't run a meeting digitally because you know why he do protests too much, you know, you're guilty and you feel guilty and that's why you're yelling. That's why you're combating me. And that's why I'm here to expose you guys because we gotta hold our leadership responsible for 21 people being dead. Do you realize that? Do you know how many people I think we all know, and we're all very frustrated with it happening. I know you did not pull the trigger, but it doesn't matter. There is a set of circumstances that a domino effect happened. One domino set off stuff that a kid was able to get through an unlocked door and shoot 21 people.  that's pathetic. That's disgusting. And now this is the biggest story in the entire world. And guess what they're gonna take away. They're trying to take away the guns from 350 million people because a school couldn't lock a back door basically. And because of the response time was so disgusting. 77 minutes. I have these pictures. This is not you've bald there. I want you guys to show you this. This is somebody doing hand sanitizer. He's more worried about protecting himself from COVID than protecting the 19 children that were bleeding to death. This is a cop on his phone, smiling. There's nothing funny about 19 children bleeding to death on their cell phone saying I want my mom. And then when their mom tried to run in, what did they do? They stopped the parents from coming in the school. That's pathetic. That's disgusting. You guys should all be ashamed of yourselves and I'm going to expose this. And I know with, let me just say my last point. I know the investigation will come out and you guys will probably not get in trouble because it's not necessarily your fault, but you guys as leaders should take responsibility for this in order to be proactive instead of reactive. So no more children had to die because right after the fact, you didn't let go of a Redondo. If another school shooting would've happened, he still would've been in charge. Think about that. Thank you. Thank you guys. Oh, and if any parents wanna meet me and get any, you know, you want any attention, please contact me after the meeting. I'm Alex se, thank you. So there you have it. So prime time, Alex dying, if you don't know who that is, he's a comedian and political commentator he's been on, uh, Tucker Carlson and stuff for, he did these like funny raps and this was a bit more serious for him. You see him literally going off and the, uh, school or the city council. Now I, I don't know exactly what his point was on that. Was kind of a obscure, um, argument where he was just really frustrated and angry at them. It seems like he was mad that the, the head of the city council wasn't there. Um, and they weren't seemingly taking responsibility, you know, and that the individual that they allowed to be in the position that was there at the time made the wrong call, you know, and this is something that we're seeing come up recently is the fact that the, uh, it came out recently that the, I think it was the police chief was had, was struggling to find keys for a like 77 minutes or so until they realized that the door was unlocked. Ugh. If it's, it's so sickening to me being a parent and just, I cannot imagine the heartache. And like, if I was a, a family member or a, a father or a mother of one of those children and, and he even points out like they, the mom was trying to go in there. Trying to go in there and got stopped and like literally put in handcuffs by, by police officers for trying to do so to save her children. And there was another police officer who was there, whose wife was the teacher who got shot. And he got stopped from going in there when he was walking in there and looked at his phone. And, and she said that she got shot and texted him. And, uh, he like started to walk towards there, like halfheartedly and got stopped by the other guys who brought him back. And like just a horrific situation. Now, again, I don't know what's exactly gonna come from something like that, just that, you know, really riled up speech, but God, some, somebody has to shed a light on it and I'm glad that Alex Stein did. Um, so, you know, tho those situations to me are just, just horrific and all of the new video evidence that's come out and the like almost was a 300 police officers, or even more that were out there at the time that literally did nothing. and it seems like beating a dead horse because everybody knows it. But how do we get to that point? Where, where nothing was being done in this situation. And there wasn't a single person besides a mom who jumped a fence to go save her children. Um, just baffles me and I don't know, it, it, you try to go into like the systemic issue. And obviously it has a lot to do with mental health. It has a lot to do with SSRIs and there's all these conspiracy theories. And like speaking of that, Alex, uh, Jones is on, you know, defamation trial or something like that for the Sandy hook situation. But. You know, there's been things that have come out that have showed grooming by FBI and CIA agents, pushing for people to commit things like this in the past. And you know, this, this isn't a crazy, like the Sandy hook idea was that it was all staged and none of these kids existed. And there was a video of a dad, like smiling at the podium and getting into character. He went out and that was like defended somehow. Um, but I don't think it's that complicated. I, I think there's way too many loose ends for it to happen like that. And, and all it could have been is a kid who's super troubled and they know where these watering holes of these like misguided youths are on the dark web and on four Chan and on Reddit. And they can find them where they're at and just prod them a little bit and send them a nice little care package. And next thing you know, something like this horrific happens because we literally have yet to find a motive for these individuals doing this. It makes no sense, no sense in either of these cases, you know why this would've been done the way that it was, why they went after children, why they went after, you know, people on July 4th, like all of this horrificness is just baffling. And, uh, so again, happy to see somebody shed light on it. Happy to see somebody like get riled up because we should be, we should all be so emotionally frustrated at this point with these things happening and in the conversation just immediately being politicized into something about the weapons. Right? And we saw that with like the 22 year old, who literally shot a potential shooter at a mall, uh, last week and hit him eight times from 40 yards, which is like nuts and saved how many countless lives and how many you. News companies did not post about that. Right? That should literally be the shouting from the rooftops right now, by, by media companies that look, somebody saved these people. There's a hero, these things happen, but there's also good people out there doing good things, protecting people from these things happening again, and they didn't wanna talk about it. They didn't wanna shed light on it, right? Just literally a 10th, a hundredth of thousandth of the media coverage on somebody saving lives with a weapon, protecting the lives of children and family and friends around him and random strangers in a public area. And did it in a unbelievable fashion. If you know anything about shooting 40 yards with a Glock or whatever type of weapon he had with a pistol eight outta 10 rounds hit his target. Like. Nuts. And it was 22. Right. So obviously, you know, had some, I'd be interested to see what type of training he had there if he shot a lot or, um, but on a positive note, there are very good people out there like this young man. Who are there to protect you, who carry with them every day, a tool just in case something happens around you and you should applaud those people. You shouldn't condemn them for carrying a weapon because they wanna protect people. Right. I thought, I thought that was an interesting statistic and the way that people view it, like people who view guns as the issue on this often view themselves as the potential victim, not as the potential protector. Right. I know in these situations, if I'm ever in a situation like that, luckily I will have something around me. Most of the time, far high percentage of the time, where I would be able to protect myself and protect those around me in a situation like this. And I carry that for a reason because I know I am a protector. I know, well, I will put myself in a PO position to stop something like this from happening. And I know too that I don't wanna be in that position and not be carrying. And not have the ability to protect myself or my family or my friends or random strangers or children around. And there's people out there that are like that. And, and just applause to this young man for being one of those people who carries on him enough to have it in this situation and have trained too, not just carry it on you. Like it's a, a damn watch, but train enough to be able to utilize it in that situation effectively. Um, so on a positive note, there are heroes out there around you at any given. Willing to put down their lives and protect you and protect your family members with a weapon. And we should applaud those people. We should scream their names from the rooftops. The fact that how many people can name the Highland park shooter, the UVA shooter, and how many would never even know an ounce of information about this 22 year old man? Um, let's look up his name by the way, and give him some credit, talking about the fact that we don't bring these people up enough. Uh, let's find this man's name because he, his name should be brought up. His name should be on every news network, um, where they're talking about this, this individual. And so his name was so this reads a 22 year old man with a gun stopped in mass shooting at an Indiana mall on Sunday, saving countless lives. According to authorities, the man who fatally shot the active shooter has been identified as Elijah Dicken. Here's what we know about the young man and the shooting. So Elijah Dicken is the hero who shot down a potential mass murderer mass shooter in this mall from 40 yards away with eight, very, very accurate, accurate rounds. Using what I was correct. A nine millimeter Glock handgun. Um, Dicken started firing after only 15 seconds of the attackers. First shot. I will say this, his actions were nothing short of heroic. Greenwood police, chief Jim eon said Greenwood park mall surveillance footage capture

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Invisible Choir

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 61:49 Very Popular


63-year-old Chef Daniel Brophy was the Oregon Culinary Institute's most eccentric instructor for many years. His hands-on method of foraging wild herbs & incorporating them in his dishes was only one example of what made him so special, in and out of the kitchen. All seemed well in Daniel's personal life as well, having been married to his wife Nancy for over 20 years. In 2018, Daniel left his home early in the morning to teach his normal Saturday course. Little did he know, heading into work that day meant walking directly into a trap…when he was confronted with a 9mm Glock 17, held by the last person anyone would expect.  Written by Michael Dunphy Jr., Executive Produced by Michael Ojibway. 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Razib Khan's Unsupervised Learning
Judge Glock: it's still morning in America!

Razib Khan's Unsupervised Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 75:12 Very Popular


On this episode of the Unsupervised Learning podcast, Razib talks to Dr. Judge Glock about the case for optimism in America in 2022. An economic historian by training, Glock is a Chief Policy Officer at the Cicero Institute. Though public polling shows that 80% of Americans are dissatisfied with the direction of the nation, Glock really doesn't share the sentiment, and he puts forward a case for sunny optimism in the historical and geographical context. In short, it turns out that for the vast majority of human history our species was living at the Malthusian level, and today Americans pursuing the consumer lifestyle never consider simple subsistence sufficient. Glock's contention is that we live like kings, and we should appreciate this. In fact, the poorest Americans have access to miraculous technologies that would have amazed Henry VIII. Glock also points out that China, and much of the developed world, has lower fertility than the US, and we are the world's number one magnet for skilled immigrants. In the great positional game of power, Glock reckons that the US has a good shot purely due to its demographic profile. Moving beyond economics and onto culture, Razib and Glock discuss the differences between the present and past of American society and argue about whether the US is quite as decadent as many argue. After all, rates of teen pregnancy are down, and crime is nothing like it was in the 1970's, so perhaps our best days aren't behind us?  

The Home Defense Show Podcast
Video-Skip takes you fishing with his Glock

The Home Defense Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 7:52


This week on The Home Defense Show, Skip explains what he means by making a "social contract" with his students, and how that can reduce violent crime. And he does it all while armed with a Glock and fishing in a nearby lake.

Enchanting Aspects
E68School of Glock

Enchanting Aspects

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022


In this one, Jupiter talks about how Spy is a one of a kind character from TF2, and Amy talks about Jack Black's performance in School of Rock. Amy Terry (@pixelameart on twitter) Jupiter Morningstar (https://www.twitch.tv/jupitermorningstar) A Mushroom Station podcast (https://www.mushroomstation.net): https://www.patreon.com/mushroomstation https://www.twitter.com/mushroompods

Red Pill Revolution
Ivana Trumps Suspicious Death, Incestuous Ricky Martin & The Truth Behind the Terminal List

Red Pill Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 85:36


In this week's episode, we discuss 60,000 soldiers losing their pay and being striped of active status over not following the new "mandate", Former Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe's assassin motive being related to a Japanese Cult, Ricky Martin facing 50 years in prison over his incestuous relationship with his nephew, the possible dark truth behind why Chris Pratt and Jack Carrs the Terminal List got bad reviews and Ivana Trump dying under very suspicious circumstances  Subscribe and leave a 5-star review! ----more---- Our website https://redpillrevolution.co   Protect your family and support the Red Pill Revolution Podcast with Affordable Life Insurance. This is attached to my license and not a third-party ad!   Go to https://agents.ethoslife.com/invite/3504a now!   Currently available in AZ, MI, MO, LA, NC, OH, IN, TN, WV Email redpillrevolt@protonmail.com if you would like to sign up in a different state   Leave a donation, sign up for our weekly podcast companion newsletter, and follow along with all things Red Pill Revolution by going to our new website: https://redpillrevolution.co    Full Transcription:    Welcome to the revolution. Hello, and welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams, and this is episode number 35 of the red pill revolution podcast. And again, thank you so much for joining me. We have some interesting updates, some pretty crazy. Breaking news events that have come out over the last, I don't know, 48 hours or so that we'll discuss. Um, and we'll go over it all today. Um, and so what we're gonna discuss today is going to be the us army halting pay benefits and active status for 60,000 UN vaccinated garden reserve soldiers. We're also going to discuss Shinzo ABES assassin, forced to give up college after mother's $722,000 donation to unification church. If you don't know who that is, that is the guy who is SA or the, uh, individual who assassinated the former prime minister of Japan. So quite interesting there, um, so it, they seem to be alluding to the fact that that $722,000 donation to the church somehow meant he was going to do this assassination or that he, that was the reason why I don't see exactly the correlation there, but we will jump into that. We'll read through the article and discuss it. Another interesting point about that is how he actually did assassinate him and broad daylight with like a homemade pipe bomb. Gun some type of weird deal.  so we'll look at that. We're also gonna discuss, you know, all of these articles that have been coming out recently about England bracing for 40 Celsius temperatures as experts, warn thousands could die over, you know, and if you don't know what 40 Celsius is, it's 104 degrees Fahrenheit. So not exactly sure how that equates to thousands of people dying because there's, you know, we'll get into it.  um, Ricky Martin was allegedly facing incest charges and could get up to 50 years in prison. Indoor mask mandates are coming back to LA county, which is hilarious to me, glad that is not, uh, somewhere that I live. Um, the next thing is going to be is Lansky's office confirming that the us plans to train Ukrainian fighter pilots on F 15 and F 16 fighter jet.  and also, uh, that the white house confirming that Russian officials have, uh, visited Iran to see the drones that they were potentially talking about, uh, giving to Ukraine. Um, we've seen some backlash on this recently about people talking badly about, you know, how re crazy it is. Biden did a speech on it. Uh, I believe it was like five days or, or so ago where he discussed how crazy and unbelievable it is that they would even have the audacity to consider giving weapons to a country, an war that isn't theirs. Sounds familiar to me.  so we'll discuss that. Um, there is actually some interesting parts of the F 15 situation, which actually plays into why they're giving them those specifically. And it has to do with radar and, uh, NATOs, uh, capabilities with the radars that are on the F 15. So we'll discuss that as well. Um, the next thing we'll talk about is IANA Trump dying from an accident, um, blunt impact injuries, uh, from a car accident. And that was from the New York, uh, city medical examiner. Terrible to hear that. Uh, we're also going to, uh, discuss the terminal list. If you haven't seen the terminal list, it's one of the best shows, uh, out there right now. It's very, very, uh, interesting action pack show with Chris pat prat. And it's got some interesting reviews that we're going to discuss.  from the critics. I think there's like a 60 point difference on rotten tomatoes compared to what the audience thinks about it. Um, so we will discuss all of that and then last but not least, there were some, uh, conversations that went on in the Senate hearings, um, that I found to be pretty. Interesting as well. So all of that's more stick around. We will try to hit all of those topics. We'll see how many we get to . Um, but thank you so much for listening. Go ahead and hit that subscribe button, leave a five star review. I appreciate you so much. Um, if you're watching on apple podcast, go ahead and subscribe to YouTube or rumble to watch the actual video feeds. If you're already on both of those, you can actually head over to TikTok where I do a live every single week when I do the podcast and you can join me there. Um, and actually talk with me while we're going through this. So pretty cool. All right. So without further ado, episode number 35 of the red pill revolution podcast. Welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams. Red pill revolution started out with me realizing everything that I knew, everything that I believed, everything I interpreted about my life is through the lens of the information I was spoon fed as a child, religion, politics, history, conspiracies, Hollywood medicine, money, food, all of it, everything we know was tactfully written to influence your decisions and your view on reality by those in power. Now I'm on a mission, a mission to retrain and reeducate myself to find the true reality of what is behind that curtain. And I'm taking your ass with me. Welcome. To the revolution. All right. Episode number 35 of the red pill revolution podcast. And again, thank you so much for joining me. I appreciate it. So, so much now this next, uh, topic of conversation, the very first article that we're gonna discuss today is going to be the 60,000 soldiers who are losing not only their benefits, but also their pay for not following the mandate, which I find to be atrocious in infuriating. Um, a former military veteran myself, uh, could not imagine having raised my right hand and committing my life to, you know, defend our government and, you know, the United States against enemies, both foreign and domestic only to eventually, uh, get my pay taken away from me for not wanting to follow a mandate, um, about my own body. uh, so I find that to be interesting. Let's go ahead and read this article. It says us army halting pay benefits and active status for 60,000 unvaccinated guard and reserve soldiers. It goes on to say that soldiers who refuse the order without an approved or pending exemption request are subject to adverse administrative actions, including flags, bars to service and official reprimands said an army spokesperson. It goes on to say that the us army has cut around 40,000 national guardsmen and 22,000 reservists from service and pay, uh, for refusing to get their job. The service members were given a deadline that ended on Thursday to receive the vaccine. The figure makes up around 13% of the national guardsman and 12% of reservists. So that would be, you know, a total between the two of those of 25% of our total military force in the guards and reserves, which is terrifying, terrifying, especially if you consider the fact that we're in one of the very first hot wars among other countries, other countries, you know, saying that with quotations  and the reason I'm doing that is because if we followed along from the very beginning, this is just a proxy. This is absolutely just a proxy war between the United States and Russia over Ukraine. And you see that, you know, if we , we'll do it on the next episode, I'm really interested about diving into that. But the, the hunter Biden phone that got leaked, um, I went down a huge rabbit hole last night and basically read through a bunch of different emails. Um, you can actually find a website, but we'll go over all of that. But there's a huge correlation between the Biden family Ukraine and what is actually happening in Russia today. So this is, don't get it confused. This is not a war between Zelensky and Putin. This is a proxy war between NATO and the UN and Vladimir Putin, um, not wanting Ukraine to be a part of it. And us, you know, if giving billions and billions and billions of dollars to Ukraine to fight a war that isn't even ours. Um, so in the middle of that, in the midst of that, in the midst of us, deciding to give tanks to Taiwan and also interjecting billions tens of billions of dollars to Ukraine in the war, that's not even ours inciting one of the world's largest nuclear superpowers. We're also going to cut 25% of our fighting force in the middle of all that for making their own bodily decisions about their medical status. It makes absolutely no sense. Now what this article goes on to say is we are in the midst of a recruiting crisis in the army. This is for one of the first times ever this year, they did not meet their quotas in recruiting. They are having a very, very difficult time recruiting individuals to Joe Biden's military. Okay. Now one can only imagine why in the midst of all this crisis and, and the lack of leadership and the weak, um, you know, the, the weak president that we see in office that they would be defending against. Um, but also I think a lot of people are just waking up to the military industrial complex. Right? I, I, I think it's probably a mix of things. I mean, obviously a lot of people, right. Still what, 40, 35% or 40 of people, 35% or so of people don't quote me on that. It's probably wrong  but a good percentage of people are still UN vaccinated and, you know, a good percentage of people who are willing to go into the military are primarily. Going to be, you know, your more right leaning, younger individuals, and those individuals are, have no reason to get vaccinated and generally have a philosophical belief that they don't want to be, which is causing a, you know, difficulty in the recruiting process, uh, where, you know, not only are they maybe not approving of the current state of our governmental administration, but also not approving of, you know, the barrier to entry to have, to, you know, jab themselves with a experimental, uh, gene therapy. Uh, so that seems to be all coming together to cause a very difficult crisis in the midst of probably the worst time ever, when we're the closest to like, don't get this confused. We are the closest to a world war than we have been since 1942. So, you know, the fact that now we're dealing with this, the fact that now we're dealing with a crisis in recruiting is terrifying and it should terrify you too. Especially when we're, you know, later on what we're gonna discuss arming the enemies of one of the world's largest superpowers. Um, It it's quite concerning. So the Army's doing a couple things to try and combat this recruiting issue. The first thing that they're doing is, uh, you know, making it so that you can show tattoos on your hands and on your wrist. we'll see how many people with, uh, wrist tattoos are going to help with the 13 to 25% of people that they're getting rid of in the army currently. And then the other one was going to be, there was one more thing. Oh, just this little thing called a G E D that you no longer have to have to go into the army. Hmm. Now this sounds a lot like an intentional, uh, purposeful way of taking our military, the strongest military the world has ever seen ever, and dwindling it down to a bunch of, uh, individuals who are uneducated by bringing in people who don't have GEDs. Who don't, you know, maybe have the, the, um, general political leanings that we see within the military. Right? You know, you, you survey the military, I'm sure we can find statistics on this, but you will generally find that the average military individual is not going to be hyper liberal Antifa members. Um, wonder why, but that's what you're gonna find. And so when you see that all come together, we're finding these recruiting issues coming into place. And at the very same time, the us army is now literally not firing them, not get, not allowing them to, you know, get a discharge. They're just not paying them. They're just. Giving them official reprimands and bars of service. So it it's, it's puzzling to me, it seems, you know, with all of these things coming together, not only making the average IQ in the military, go down immediately after passing the fact that you don't have to have a G E D anymore to go into the military And then also the fact that you have to get vaccinated and they're getting rid of 60,000 soldiers pay now, what does that do to morale? Right? Not only just these 60,000 people, but also the fair, the friends of these individuals, right? The, the, how many people do these 60,000 people know within the military that are now gonna be frustrated that their buddy down the hall who's done nothing wrong and has dedicated his life to his service in the military is now not getting paid by the very employer that they have. Right. Because what's next? What are they gonna decide not to pay their soldiers for after that? Um, and that would probably concern me if I was still in the military. All right. Um, now the next thing is going to be Shinzo Abe's assassin. Now Shinzo Abe is the former Japanese prime minister. And this individual was assassinated. I believe it was about a week and a half ago, um, by a younger individual with a, you know, makeshift pipe gun that he made at home, looked like a piece of wood with like two, uh, metal barrels down the middle of it that he like electrical taped that them together. Um, but basically goes on to say, I don't know if this is a, you know, it doesn't seem to be a motive, you know, maybe unless he's just saying, you know, uh, fuck it all. And going after a large, I, I don't know. It doesn't make sense how this correlates to the actual assassination, but it's interesting to note nonetheless, um, Shinzo Abe's assassin forced to give up college after mother's $722,000 donation to the unification church. And that came from his uncle. This is on Yahoo news. It goes the uncle of Shinzo, Abe suspected shooter Tetsuya Yamagami stated that Yamagami's mother had donated approximately 100 million yen or $721,000 to the unification church leading to the family's alleged financial ruin. Now I think there's probably been a lot of people in the history of men who have seen financial ruin and not, I don't know, murdered and assassinated a high level official or prime minister. Um, but you know, nonetheless doesn't make much sense to me how the correlation there, but it goes on to say that on Friday, the uncle who was a 77 year old, older brother of his father shared that Yamaha's mother first joined the church in 1991, after her husband's suicide in 1984, she made multiple donations to the religious group through her time as a devoted. Or a devoted member, sorry. It sounds like she is far more of a voted member than a devoted mother.  with $722,000 going to your church and making it so that your son can no longer go to college. Um, now it goes on to say that despite becoming bankrupt in 2002, she continued giving to the church, albeit in smaller amounts under the principle of world peace and unification  I believe she was a very important follower of the church. And the uncle said that he even believes that she was under mind control. He added that the family was thrown into poverty and Yama gamy was forced to give up college due to financial ruin. And again, that is the assassin of the late and now formally dead, uh, prime minister of Japan. The church official stated that a news conference on Monday, that it had no direct relationship to Abe, although it did with other lawmakers through an affiliated organization, it also insisted that it had returned five or 50 million yet, or $360,000 back to her while claiming there were no records of her donations to the organization. Hmm. I don't see how you can simultaneously say that you never donated. And then also give me $360,000 back . And I think this is like, if, if, if you really dive into this and you see, you know, what, what is the impact of this, right. I, I'm not very familiar with Japanese politics or politicians. Um, but what I think it is an interesting insight into is the, you know, Japan doesn't have readily, easily access to weapons that we do here in the United States. And everybody says, just ban the guns, right? Ban the guns. We don't need those things. If we get rid of the guns, all of the, you know, uh, all of the criminals in the world are just gonna stand in line and they'll never shoot anybody ever again, even if, you know, and, and so what we see here is he didn't have access to a weapon. He didn't have access to a AR 15 assault rifle  and still somehow managed to take two pipes, electrical tape around them and shoot somebody two times and killed them in the middle of the street. So. Hmm do with that information, what you will. But to me, it shows me that where there's a will, there's a way whether it's a, uh, uh, AR 15, whether it's a Glock, whether it's a knife, whether it's a vehicle running through a parade, I dunno, who am I? Just a guy  but, um, it does seem to me like that $722,000 is being alluded to being the reason why, or some type of motivation around why he actually committed this assassination. Uh, but again, I don't see, you know, a lot of other people who have gone into financial ruin just randomly assassinating prime ministers. So now the next article that we're gonna go into is England bracing for 40 Celsius or 104 Farah and high temperatures. And them saying that experts are warning that thousands could die. England says a level for heat alert for the next week means illness and death may occur among the fit and the healthy. Hmm. I find that to be interesting because 40 degrees Celsius is 104 degrees Fahrenheit. Now, if you live anywhere in the Western side of the United States or like Arizona, it's 112 degrees today,  in Arizona. Um, I don't see a bunch of fit and healthy young individuals dying on the streets because it's 110 degrees. Now, England is saying that because of this illness and death may occur among the fit and healthy. Now, what would cause young fit and healthy individuals to randomly fall dead on the streets due to a hundred degree temperatures? Hmm. Maybe that's a better question that we should be asking because primarily there are far, far more hot countries in the world. Go. to The desert, go to Egypt, go to Africa.  and what you're gonna find is that people aren't even the old and, you know, unhealthy are not just randomly dying when it's over a hundred degrees, Fahrenheit just doesn't happen. Especially when in modern culture you have in England, an apartment, usually with air conditioning, usually , there's no reason that you should be dying from a hundred degrees, right. Even where I'm at, where it. Not 110 degrees, but around a hundred degrees at some point this summer people weren't just randomly dying on the streets because of it. It makes no sense. But this goes on to say that because of the coming heat wave experts have warmed as the government triggered the very first ever national emergency heat, red alert with a record of 104 degree temperature forecast for Southeast England on Tuesday. Um, they say that there could be caused about 1600 excess deaths according to official figures. The level four heat alert announced for Monday and Tuesday by the UK health security agency means illness and death may occur among the fit and healthy and not just high risk groups. I'm pretty sure if you look around the United States today, you go to your weather app on your phone. You're gonna find that there's a ton of states, a ton of cities around our country, where it is above 104 degrees right now today. And again, nobody's just dropping dead on the side of the road because it's a hundred degrees out.  I don't know if maybe people in Europe have different genes Um, but you know, growing up around an area that snows a lot, I lived in Florida and it was 110 degrees and I wore, you know, army camo and, you know, had my pants tucked into my boots and marched miles and miles and miles and miles at the time in boot camp. And didn't fall over and die because it was a hundred degrees out. Now the military does actually take into consideration these, you know, heat indexes, but you know, they're not pausing the entirety of the military so that nobody dies off of 104 degrees.  it just seems odd to me that young and fit individuals are not only gonna die from the heat, but also illness. Um, which may. I don't know. I wonder, I wonder what the real cause is behind this one can only imagine now the, the next thing we'll touch on this quickly, I find this just to be a, you know, quick little pop culture deal going on right now. Um, something that, uh, I don't know, speaks to where our society is, but anyways, Ricky Martin allegedly faces 50 years in prison over incest charges with his nephew. Hmm. Some shocking new developments in the Ricky Martin case have been revealed. It was previously reported that Ricky who is 50 was subject of a domestic abuse restraining order that was filed in Puerto Rico. The police attempted to issue the restraining order, but were unable to locate him at the time the accuser's name was kept secret. And Ricky also spoke out to deny the allegations. Now the accuser has been revealed and shocking new details were en revealed and a new report. Now the individual that he did this with is his nephew. And I don't have all of the information on it, but it seems to me that. Well, here we go. So it says that he was alleged that there was a physical and psychological abuse. And that is from Dennis, who was his, um, the report alleged that Dennis ended a seven month relationship with Ricky and the singer did not take it well consistently reaching out to him and loitering outside his home. You would think Ricky Martin, with all of his, you know, I don't know, fame, celebrity money status would probably not be standing outside of people's homes, looking to, I don't know, or even just being in an incestuous relationship to begin with, but this is what happens when every single front page of every single porn site ever has something to do with incest. I think, I think that's a weird thing, right? I think in our culture, like you go to all of the, and maybe that's the reason for like the. Prevalency today of like only fans and all these, you know, little, um, more content creator focused, you know, porn industry type deals is the, the, the industry in itself, like the big, I guess you could call it like the porn industrial complex  seems to lean quite towards like the things that are, um, you know, morally wrong, right? Like not only is it enough to, to put, put porn on the internet, but also to make every single video ever about a stepmom, a stepsister, a, you know, whatever you wanna call it. Um, but the prevalency of that in the highest echelons of our entertainment industry, you know, things like game of Thrones and which I guess is based in reality, because back then insist. Kind of a fairly consistent thing, but yes, Ricky Martin,  apparently in an incestuous relationship with his nephew and is now facing 50 years in prison. And his nephew is 21 years old. Ricky Martin is 50 years old, which means if he was Ricky Martin was his nephew's father. He would've been 30 when he had him. Hmm that's first of all, disgusting. Second of all, gross that it's incestuous and third of all is just wrong. 30 year difference in age. And it also so happens to be your own blood. Hmm. So let's, uh, hope that Ricky Martin gets what he deserves. Um, but it's also interesting that you can actually, like where is this happening? Puerto Rico is where it actually happened. Yeah, I guess we'll have to see what comes out with that. It goes on to say at the end of this article, that the allegations against Ricky Martin that led to a protection order are completely false and fabricated. His representatives said previously, of course they did. We are very confident that when the true facts come out in this matter, our client, Ricky Martin will be fully vindicated. Hmm. Well, let's hope the best for Ricky Martin's nephew. Although I guess sounds like it was a consensual relationship, so you're both wrong and you're both gross. Now the very next thing is going to be the indoor mask mandate imminent in LA county. In this article by Fox 11 in Los Angeles, goes on to say that Los Angeles county remains on pace to enter a high COVID activity level. As early as Thursday, the public health director said, and absent and absent, a major reversal and virus related hospitalizations, an indoor mask where a mandate will be imposed two weeks later. The county is already in the medium COVID level as defined by the us centers for disease control. Based on the elevated rate, uh, rate people are being infected with the virus. I didn't even know this was still around. Right. I thought, I thought everybody was over it. I thought we were focused on the, the Ukraine virus and then the, you know, Johnny de virus. And then the, you know, apparently this is, uh, coming back now. Um, but no surprise. I wonder if there's probably like a bunch of people who just have slept in their mask for two and a half years now and just are so excited that everybody else now has to wear their. You know, I haven't been to LA in a w a while, a few years, but I can only imagine there's a large group of people, just so excited that they finally get to wear the color coded mask outfits that they spend so much money on during the pandemic. Um, but this is literally meaning that businesses, businesses are mandated to now make you wear a mask. Again, this is what caused, you know, fist fights in home depots. This is what caused, you know, all of the, um, escalating tensions over the last several years was a lot to do with the mask mandates, right? People felt like they had the right to scream and yell at you over you not putting something on your own body to allegedly protect yourself. And, you know, even Fauci came out again and said the mask that we were using, weren't effective EV on top of the fact that he originally said that mask in general just aren't effective, right? But the science changes day by day in this world, you know, besides the one that tells you that, you know, a man can be a woman and a woman can be a man and nobody gets to tell you otherwise, Even if you have a penis or vagina. So, um, crazy the world that we live in, but this goes on to say, as of Tuesday, the rate was 8.8 per hundred thousand residents, public health director, Barbara fairer echoing projections. She gave last night, told the board of supervisors Tuesday that she expects the county to enter high activity category within days. Um, now it says she, again, pointed to recent studies showing dramatic reduction in infection for risk when people who wear face coverings, particularly for those who wear N 90 fives and K and 90 fives, uh, master are already still mandated in some indoor spaces in LA, such as healthcare facilities, transit hubs, and on transit vehicles, airports, correctional facilities, and shelters, uh, universal mandate would spread the requirement to all indoor public spaces, including shared office spaces, manufacturing facilities, retail stores, indoor events, indoor restaurants, bars, and schools. Hmm. That's terrible to hear we're going literally backwards now. Right? And, and this is the thing about a V risk. A virus doesn't go away. It's not just gonna die off and we're never gonna hear the name. COVID again, this is gonna be around for a while. And what we've seen is that when people stop talking about it, it seemingly doesn't exist in the world of a lot of people, because you know where, where we're seeing the biggest hype about it being through news and that news and causing things like this coming up, you know, but again, this LA glad it's not in our country. it's its own little islands that, that loves their masks. Um, so I'm sure they won't piss off too many people, but my hope is that this does not spread across the us. Um, now the very next thing, and this is actually coming off of, I'm sure some people at Starbucks are happy because Starbucks just decided to pull out of LA. They pulled out like Seattle, Seattle, they pulled out of Portland, Oregon. They pulled out of all of these like hyper liberal states, um, because it was, uh, violent and dangerous in these areas. Um, who'd have thought that, uh, but just thought it as a little side note on here. 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The next article that we're gonna discuss  is going to be Zelenskyys office confirming that the us plans to train Ukrainian fighter pilots on F 15 and F 16 fighter jets, which I find to be interesting about three to five days ago, we saw a lot of news coming out of, uh, talks between Iran and Russia with Iran, uh, allegedly talks to give Russia a bunch of drone. And that sparked Biden getting on, uh, the microphone and fumbling through a sentence about how he basically thought it was wrong, that anybody should be, uh, you know, funding a war that wasn't theirs. And , I don't know if that was his exact words, but it seemed quite hypocritical when we're spending billions and billions and billions of dollars funding, a war that is not ours by sending them like, literally your, your buddy's in a fist fight and you throw him a knife and allow him to stab the guy and expect the other guy's buddy over there, not to give him a knife. If he had one, like, it makes no sense that they're so hypocritical with this, you know, what do you expect if you're gonna spend 60, $70 billion sending, you know, Lord knows. Over to Ukraine to give to Lord knows who, right? I mean, I think we do know who, when that comes into con context, right? When we talk about the new, um, leaks from hunter Biden's cell phone, which is going to be the very next episode, I believe that we will do is going to be a deep, deep dive into what actually came in that leak 456 gigabytes of data of hunter Bidens, 126,000 emails, pictures from, you know, all sorts of sexual escapades and drug use and his, uh, uh, underage niece who he allegedly had a, uh, sexual relationship with. Um, I don't know, all sorts of crazy stuff came out of that. But another thing that came outta that was those email. From his account at Rosemont Seneca Rosemont Seneca was hunter Biden's investment firm that basically did a bunch of shady energy deals in Ukraine. Um, give, uh, peddling his father's influence through companies like Barisma. Um, I, I was reading last night. I dove like deep into this. That's why we're not doing it today is cause I have more to look into to it before I put it together for you guys. Um, but it's pretty wild. Um, all of the connections between corporations, all of the things, all the changes of money between Ukraine and the United States, the Biden family and Ukraine, um, China, all of it. So it it's, it's pretty wild. Um, but anyways, $60 billion getting sent to Ukraine, we don't have. Clue where it's actually going. But what we do know, and what's come out recently is going to be the fact that, uh, Ukraine basically was peddling. You know, they've been pushing out these weapons, like they there's been like a, a backdoor exchange of money where, um, these weapons have been found in other countries now. So basically we're sending hundreds of like 60 billion over to Ukraine and tons of tons of weapons and, you know, talking about showing their fighter pilots, how to fly F fifteens and F sixteens. And then also, you know, they're sending the same weapons out the door, the back door and, and profiting from them that way as well. Hmm, who'd have thought. Um, so I find that to be interesting, but let's go ahead and read this. And there's a reason that the F 15 is actually specifically important in this. It's not just the fact that, and I, and I think that the UN has come out and said that they will not supply the F 15 S I wonder how many F 15 S Ukraine had before this engagement Um, but apparently they're gonna be, um, training their fighter pilots on how to use them. And again, so we'll read this article real quick, and then we'll go back to actually why the F 15 is actually important because there's a specific reason why it's not just the fighting capabilities it actually has to do with the radar system that attaches, um, that can connect with NATO. Um, so that's one of the reasons, and we'll discuss what that actual radar system is. But this article goes on to say that Lansky's office confirms us plans to train Ukrainian fighter pilots on F 15 and F 16 fighter jets earlier. Uh, let's see. So as according to the journalist, part of the amount should go to Ukrainian fighter pilots of the $840 billion. Defense policy bill that was passed from the us house. Oh my gosh. That's a lot of money. According to the U the journalist part of the amount should go to training Ukrainian fighter pilots. I wonder if that's supposed to be million, uh, 840 billion. Oh my gosh. And this is coming from Yahoo news. So I can't imagine they had that big of a typo. Um, but according to the journalist part of this amount should go towards training the fighter pilots. The United States plans to train Ukrainian fighter pilots of the F 15 and F 16 fighter jets. This amendment to the us fiscal year 2023 defense funding bill was supported by the house of representatives. A total of 100 million is planned to be allocated for this in turn political scientists and publicist Andre pian. Toski believes that this is an indirect confirmation that Ukraine will get us fighter jets as military aid to defend Russia. However, it is still difficult to say when exactly this may happen. I believe they've come out and said like the UN has come out and said specifically that they're not going to, like, they have an unofficial agreement not to actually send the fighter jets over to Ukraine. We'll see how long that goes. Um, but so the, the actual specific reason that this is important, and I saw this from, uh, conversation on Reddit discussing this thread, where they went into the actual reason why this is important. Um, so let's read what that is. Somebody talks about it being a specific reason due to the radar. Usage. Um, but this actually goes on to say that, um, let's read the first comment first, which says Ukraine will need replacement systems for almost all of their Soviet era equipment. Eventually Russia. Sure. Won't sell them anything. The F 16 is the logical replacement for their aging MIG 20 nines. It's tried and tested technology, which is well suited for Ukraine's current needs. They don't need some deep strike stealth jet. They need something reliable to protect their own airspace. Maybe training fire pilots will make a while, will take a while, but waiting until all their MIG 20 nines are either shot down or simply won't fly. Do the lack of spare parts might not be the prudent thing to do. Maybe, uh, they won't get F sixteens, but it's good thinking to at least have the option rather than being out of options. Now, um, this is the part that I find to be most interesting. This says it might be mentioned else. And I'll get buried anywhere, but the real capability leap here is that these airframes are designed to network with NATO radars in a way that the aircraft currently in Ukraine's inventory are not those big, old flying radars are quite handy for blowing things away over the horizon. Not going to be pretty for our Russian friends. Um, it says it's called data link. So that's the actual radar type that is allowing the NATO individuals to be able to utilize the radar facilities or the radar data that's gonna be coming from these F fifteens. Um, so it says that it's called data link and it's basically like playing with cheat codes on if there's an are AWAC in the sky or a, any friendly planes, all sharing sensor data amongst each other. So it's basically going to allow them to see their airspace much more clear to see who's around, um, and how to actually properly approach it from the airspace perspective, um, by having the F 15. So it's not just the fighting capabilities, right? It's not just the fact that they can now, you know, go up against the fighter jets of Russia. It's actually that they can utilize the radar facilities and the radar capabilities of the F 15, um, to now fight back with that data.  so I thought that to be interesting right now, it, I still think it's funny. The hypocrisy that came out of this between, uh, Ukraine getting all of the $60 billion and Biden specifically funding it. Um, and then him coming out and, you know, uh, critiquing Iran for even considering the fact that they might give drones to Russia. It's like, what do you expect? Right. Everybody has allies. And when you have half the world funding, this war between a large nuclear superpower and Ukraine, which is basically a subsidiary of the UN and the United States by proxy, um, what do you expect? They have their own allies who are going to funds them, right? Like I said, if there was a fist fight that happened in the bar between your buddy and then some random guy and you throw him a knife, don't be surprised when his buddy throws him a knife or even a gun. Right. Like it's kind of expected here. Um, so I think that's interesting. I think it'll be. Um, interesting to see if we actually do supply the F 15 S I don't know why they wouldn't at this point with the way that, you know, we've funded, basically the entirety of this war. You go look at the list of people who have sent money to Ukraine, and it's like, the United States has sent like 70 billion. If this article's right. That number went from 70 billion to like 840 billion. I don't think that's correct though. Um, I believe it was million is what they meant to say. Um, so Yahoo knows if you need an editor, gimme a shout, I'll help you out. Uh, but  now the next thing that we're gonna go into is going to be a terminal list. Now, if you don't know what terminal list is, terminal list is the number one show on Amazon prime right now. And it's a show about a Navy seal. It's actually from a book written by, um, uh, Carr. I forget his first name. I'll look at, well, no, here in just a second, when I start this video. Um, but. It's a book called determinist and Chris Pratt is the lead in this show. And, uh, it's about a Navy seal and there'll be a little bit of spoiler alerts here. So if you're in the middle of watching the first to three or four episodes, maybe the first three episodes, you know, skip ahead maybe a couple minutes.  um, but, uh, basically it's about a Navy seal who has his family spoil alert, right? 3, leave 2, seriously 1, okay fine his family get murdered. Sorry. If you're still listening to this, his family gets murdered and he finds out that he has a brain tumor and his entirety of his Navy seal team gets murdered in a, uh, mission that they were on. And he finds out that it was due to a corporation that was basically giving soldiers medication that was supposed to help block their PTSD. And that gave him a brain tumor. And in order to try and wipe the slate clean and, you know, not have anybody come out and speak out against this drug, that's basically happening between, you know, being sold to these businesses. Um, they, you know, basically kill all of the Navy seals and try to. Them off. So there's no evidence. Okay. There's the premise. Now the company that is the one that funded the pharmaceutical medications is like a big, huge conglomerate that owns every company ever. And just does these investment deals between them. And this is where it gets interesting. So rotten tomatoes gave a rating to the terminal list of like a 30% rating, which if, you know, route and tomatoes and you follow the actual rating systems, um, usually falls pretty in line. At least in some cases with the audience score. In this case, the audience gave it like a 95% rating, 96%, I think last time I checked and, uh, we'll talk about why that's interesting and what might be the cause behind that. But first we'll actually look at the author talking on Fox news to Tucker Carlson around what he believes, uh, is going on there and why. And here we go. Big of Amazon, pretty cool that they made it. Terminal list is based of course, on a bestselling book by Jack Carr. He's one of the executive producers. He's a former Navy seal, one of the best selling novelists in America. One of the good guys, Jack Carr. Thanks so much for coming on. So it must play. It must plea. First of all, congratulations on the book, the many books, this, um, show, but it must please you in a way, not all viewers hate it or not. All critics hate it, but viewers like it much more than critics. How do you feel about. Oh, it, it, uh, falls right in line with everything, uh, that I understand about the current culture and climate in America right now. And it seems to have triggered quite a few of these critics. And I have a couple examples here, daily beast titled their review. The terminal list is an unhinged right wing revenge fantasy, which is odd because right left conservative, liberal are not even mentioned in the show, but, uh, I think it may be because the protagonist is competent with, uh, weapons and tactics. He's strong. He holds those in power accountable, uh, and that could be unsettling for some particularly some maybe senior members of the military who have failed upwards over the last 20 years. Uh, they go on to write, there is some serious danger to the terminal list, pandering to red state viewers with routine references to beer, guns, country music. and hunting. Uh, the daily beast does not like those things. It does not sound like it is much fun over there, but the, uh, the 95%, uh, viewer rating audience rating makes it all worth it. We didn't make it for the critics. Uh, we made it for those in the arena. We made it for the soldier, sailor, airman, and Marine that went down range to Iraq and Afghanistan. So they could sit on the couch and say, Hey, these guys put in the work, they put in the effort to make something special and make a show that speaks, uh, speaks to them. And that 95% rating lets me know that we at least got close. And then, uh, one more line here. It's from TV line. It says the fugitive meat seal team meets a don't tread on meat truck decal, where served up huge helpings of red meat, masculinity, and lots and lots of American flags. They don't like American flags over there game, uh, rant, even sites, rev, revolutionary war era. Don't tread on me flags as a negative. So it's odd that both game rants and TV line had to go back to the 17 hundreds to take the side of the British in their reviews. I found the. I thought that was hilarious. The, they had to go back to take the side of the British, because the meets that don't tread on me thing. I don't know. I thought that was funny. So what this is, again, this is a, a conversation between, uh, Jack Carr. Who's the writer of the terminal list, discussing why he believes it got the ratings that he did. Now. He discusses a little bit in there, which is challenging the powers that be in large corporate organizations. And that is exactly why I think rotten tomatoes gave this the rating that it has. And I think it has a lot more to do with who owns rotten tomatoes and the similarities between the types of things that that company does. And. What's actually going on in this show here, which I find to be interesting. Um, but again, we'll discuss that in one more minute. We have 20, 30 seconds left in this clip and then we'll continue on and discuss the actual reason why I think the terminal list is getting the ratings that it is because I think it's a lot deeper than what Jack car is actually alluding to here at, uh, quite telling But uh, someone wrote a, a horrible review of one of my latest novel in the blood. And they said, uh, something along the lines of what, what do you even call a book like this? And, uh, you call it a, a number one New York times bestselling novel. And someone wrote the same thing about this show. And, uh, you call that the number one series on prime video. All right. So that is all we will listen to on that. Now, here is my theory around why I believe that the terminal list got the ratings that it did. Now, if you know the show of the terminal list, it's about a corporate, a large owning corporate investment company that invests in smaller companies who. Is the powers that be right, the deep state and what ends up happening here is the same type of company that they're alluding to causing these soldiers deaths that this man is going after  is the same one that owns rotten tomatoes. If you know who rotten tomatoes is owned by its Comcast, okay. Now Comcast is not the big, bad Wolf. I'm sure in some senses it might be, but who is, is who owns Comcast, right? And you usually have to go two levels high because they have some type of hierarchy here. So the owner of Comcast is I want you to take a guess starts with a black and then's with the rock And the other highest owner of Comcast is Vanguard. So the same companies that are a part of the military industrial complex, a part of the pharmaceutical industry, a part of the same people who are testing drugs on our military members also, so happens to own the critiquing companies.  that critique the movies that this show is talking about, these same type of organizations. So I think the reason that this got critiques, that it did the reason that these critics are going after the terminal is a, not only the fact that Chris Pratt is basically the only conservative that's out there. Um, but B the fact that BlackRock and Vanguard are the very companies that this fictional book is alluding to having these types of powers and doing these types of things. Now, if you were the owner of BlackRock in Vanguard, and you wanted to eliminate the possibility that the general population wakes up to the idea that there's large conglomerate, multi national, multi trillion dollar companies owned by royalty and old, old money and the Rothchilds and all these, you know, deep state individuals and George Soros of the world, those same individuals are the ones that this show is talking about going after for doing the types of things that these very companies like BlackRock and Vanguard do. They own the pharmaceutical companies, they owned the, the movie CRI critics. They owned the, the companies that, uh, actually released the films. And in this case, they weren't able to get their hands on it, which, you know, to me is in some way telling of, uh, you know, I guess it is on Amazon. So maybe, you know, Amazon is actually also owned by BlackRock. So maybe that's an easy, uh, way of saying that maybe not the case, but it seems to me like this absolutely has to be a hit job on the idea that this is, this show is pushing, which is that there's these large monopoly companies that own everybody and everything. And they literally assassinate people for profit, which we, 100% can conclude happens in the world. Right. For if you are that naive that you don't think corporations are killing people so that they can continue the profit, whether in one way or another directly with assassinations, um, or. By, you know, just poisoning the general population, both physically and mentally with the types of, you know, propaganda that they push, um, then you are naive, but I think that's the real reason. I also think another reason that they're going after Chris Pratt is because he's literally the only conservative ish type of actor in Hollywood and this move movie or show has to do with guns and weapons. And like he said, hunting and all of these, you know, um, what is that? Revenge porn, uh, conservative extreme, right wing ideas like hunting  um, so apparently that just rubbed the critics the wrong way, but I think it more so has to do with who actually owns rotten tomato. Which is Comcast, which is owned by black rock and Vanguard. Um, so there's my theory. Take it or leave it, but you should go watch the terminal list. I think it's a really interesting, you know, I think it's probably some of Chris Pratt's best acting, you know, which maybe, you know, generally speaking, he's not the greatest, you know, method actor in the world  but he seems to have taken this very seriously. And what Jack car does in this show that I appreciate is he talks about how they took a specific aim in this show, wanting to go about it in a way that the veterans, the special forces individuals that are out there that have conducted these missions, watch it and go, yes, that is exactly, you know, how I think that would play down the tactics that they use, the, you know, the military jargon and abbreviations that seem to be half of the words  that you use in the military is very prevalent. Um, but I, I definitely think that that plays into it. And I also think that the fact that, you know, they're owned by the very companies that this show is waking people up to existing also has to do with it. But it has 95% by the audience, 95% score, which is, you know, again, obviously pretty damn close to the highest score you can get. And then the critics give it a 30%. If you watch them, I've watched some shitty movies out there and, uh, they didn't get 30%. And the terminal list is not one of those shows. You cannot like. The content you can say that it's, uh, you know, um, revenge porn, which it's literally a show about somebody who gets his family murdered after being in the military and then goes after the people who murdered his family it's fiction. It's not real, just in case you guys were curious about tomatoes. Um, but , I it's, it's interesting the fact that the critics gave us such a low score when the audience believes that the acting the, the show itself, you know, everything about it was, was really well done, which I agree with, including the fact that there was a ton of Navy seals who were on set with this. Chris Pratt did a ton of training. I think he went to tart tactical in LA, um, and did their courses and learned how to clear rooms and learned how to act properly in these situations. And, you know, said that it was an opportunity for him to really step up, um, his acting. And I think that he really did accomplish that. I think it's a great show. You should, you should, if you haven't started watching it yet, um, you should, I, I, I really think it's a good show. Um, you know, if you don't like violence, then maybe it's not the show for you, but you know, at the same time that these critics are praising shows that are out there, that, you know, are very, very gory. um, you know, terminal list has a couple spots that are a little rough, but  overall, it's a very, very well done show. I, I don't see any reason that the critics should do that other than my theory, which is that, you know, George Soros did it.  not exactly, but kind of. Um, so the next thing is going to be, um, the fact that Ivana Trump died in an accident. Um, according to this article by CNBC IANA, Trump died in a, seems to be a car accident from blunt impact injuries. Um, and that was said by a New York city medical examiner says Ivana Trump, the first wife of ex president Donald Trump died in an accident as a result of suffering blunt force impact injuries to her torso. Um, and she was 73 years old, um, and was found dead in her Manhattan resident. So not a car accident died of blunt force trauma, not from a car accident. I thought it was a car accident. Um, The first wife died in an accident as a result, how do you die from blunt impact injuries to your torso in your own apartment? The New York attorney General's office said that it had agreed at the request of lawyers for Donald Trump and two of his children to postpone depositions scheduled for next week in light of Ivan's death. Wow. So that took a turn. I wasn't expecting that. I literally thought this was from a car accident when I pulled up the article. Um, and it seems to be that there's probably a little bit more to it than that. It says Yvon Trump, the first wife of former president Donald Trump died in an accident as a result of suffering blunt impact injuries to her torso, a senior New York city official with direct knowledge of the matter said the circumstances of her death are consistent with a fall on the stairs. NBC news reported the official added the death is not suspicious, says the official. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Okay, bud, you, you fell down the stairs and died from trauma to your stomach. The official added that the death is not suspicious. Yeah. Okay. The official ruling came a day after IANA was found dead in her Manhattan resident. After the New York fire department responded to a call from there earlier Friday, the New York state attorney General's office said it had agreed to add the request of lawyers for Donald Trump and two of his children to postpone depositions. Geez, I would hope so. A spokesperson for the office of the medical chief examiner said that the cause of Ivanna's death was blunt impact trauma. And the matter of her death was the manner of her death was accident. How do you know that? Unless that individual is literally sitting in the room with her, when she falls down the stairs onto her torso and then dies from it, what there's so many sketchy, like celebrity deaths and things like, I, I, I still feel like the Bo Biden situation is a little off, I guess he died of like brain cancer. Um, but it still seems to me any high level official. Who has family or friends or they themselves die. It's always hyper hyper suspicious to me. And this one seems very suspicious. If you don't anything about the staircase documentary on Netflix,  this, this might have not been, you know, the accident that they're alluding to. I would assume it's pretty difficult to fall downstairs and die from blunt trauma to your torso. Right? I can see that from your head, right? If you fall down some stairs and you bash your head on some concrete or something, that makes way more sense to me than blunt force trauma to your torso. It says that Trump's divorce in 1990 was acrimonious with both parties, waging their battle in the big apples tab newspaper, the New York post and the new, yeah. Seems like not the time to be discussing their divorce. Um, Trump 76 married his third wife Melania in 2005, the elder Trump, Donald Jr. And Ivanca had been set to be deposed next week by investigators. So.  oh, Ivanca so the daughter. Okay, so not Ivan. Um, James is eyeing whether the company's illegally manipulated those valuations for financial benefits, such as reduced tax or favorable loan terms. Eric Trump previously was deposed in the case, but involved or invoked his fifth amendment. Right? Um, more than 500 times. That's a lot of times Eric, um, James spokesperson on Friday said in light of the passing of Obama, Trump, we received a request for counsel for Donald Trump and his children to adjourn all three depositions. Now, I don't know the reason why, or what is going on behind the scenes here, but the fact that Trump's being deposed currently for the January 6th deal, and then also happens to have his ex-wife, you know, just talking about the terminal list with large corporations who are killing people off so that they don't go to court and speak about something specific that would harm them, pro their profitability. And then the ex-wife of the president at 73 seemingly healthy individual falls and dies from. Blunt trauma to her torso. Obviously this is horrible, regardless of where you're living politically, you should obviously have sympathy for the family. Um, that's terrible to happen to anybody, especially in that manner. Right? How long was she laying there? If that was an accident? The fact that, you know, it probably wasn't an accident, in my opinion, based on the circumstances, the timing, the fact that the most contr controversial figure in the world's ex-wife dies under weird circumstances, falling down the stairs. Right. Probably seems like the most OG way to assassinate somebody besides showing that they killed themselves, is them falling down the stairs? I don't. Just a guy who watched a lot of murder documentaries  um, but it seems suspect to me, um, again, terrible, horrible. If it's an accident, that's sad. It's terrible. Um, if it's not an accident, one has to only imagine why, who did this? Why did they do it? Um, but it definitely seems a little, if not a lot, a bit fishy to me. Um, the fact that you, you generally don't just fall down the stairs, hurt your torso, your chest, your stomach. If you didn't know what a torso was,  and also die as a result of that trauma. Um, what did you fall into that caused that trauma? You know, are you falling flat on the floor? Like, I just, it makes no sense to me. This is, this is super suspect. Um, and again, terrible for the family, terrible for the individuals involved. Um, but very, very sad and very, very suspect situation to have occurred here. Um, but I don't know what to make of it yet. I guess time will tell. And maybe it won't as we saw with Epstein, cuz you know, the situations that happen here, the same individuals who would do something like this, if the terminal list is right,  have enough power have enough wielding in, in the legal system to where nobody would ever find this out, they would pay off the, you know, who did, who did they say? The, the expert, um, added the death was not suspicious. Um, I don't know, seems super suspicious, but to be not suspicious, right? The fact that they just within a day, but before even any information comes out about how it happened, why it happened, you know, I'm sure if you're Yon Trump, you have dozens of cameras in your Manhattan loft mansion. I don't know. I would assume. Right? I know everybody on the damn street here has a ring on their door. Right? You don't think that Ivana Trump, billions of dollars has a few cameras in her house.  and maybe if she does, they will release them, but I wouldn't hold your breath. Um, this goes on to say, this is a secondary article that I clicked on that said that they said that it was not suspicious. Let's see if it has any more information surrounding the actual, uh, event. Um, it talks about IANA a little bit. It says Yana. Trump was a survivor. She fled from communism and embraced this country. She taught her children about grit, toughness, compassion, and determination. She will be dearly missed by her mother, her three children and 10 grandchildren. Hmm. So, um, sad just in general, regardless of where you lean or who you believe in or what you think politically, uh, 73 year old falling down the stairs and dying from stomach trauma definitely comes with its own suspicions. All right. Now the next thing that we're gonna discuss here is going to be a Senate hearing where there was a line of questioning that I found to be interesting. Um, we'll see if you have the same thoughts and here is the clip right now. Professor bridges. You said several times, you've used a phrase. I wanna make sure I understand what you mean by it. You've referred to people with a capacity for pregnancy. Would that be women, many women, CIS women have the capacity for pregnancy. Many CIS women do not have the capacity for pregnancy. Um, there are also trans men who are capable of pregnancy, as well as non-binary people who are capable of pregnancy. So this isn't really a women's rights issue. It's a it's. We can recognize that this impacts women while also recognizing that it impacts other groups. Those things are not mutually exclusive. Senator Holly. Oh, so your view is, is that the core of this, this right then is about what.  so, um, I wanna recognize that your line of questioning, um, is transphobic , um, and it opens up trans people to violence by not recognizing them. Wow. You're saying that I'm opening up people to violence by asking whether or not women or the folks who can have pregnancies. So I'm one. I wanna note that one out of five transgender, uh, persons have attempted suicide. So I think it's important because of my line of questioning, because, so we can't talk about it because denying that trans people exist and pretending not to know that they exist, I'm denying that trans people exist by asking you, if you're talking about women, you having pregnancies, do you believe that, uh, men can get pregnant? No, I don't think men can get pregnant. So you are not gonna trans people like this thing. And that leads to violence. Is this how you run your classroom? Are students allowed to question you? Absolutely. Or they also treated like this or? No? They're allowed to question. They're opening up people to violence. We have a good time in my class. You should join. I bet you might learn a lot. Wow. I would learn a lot. I've learned a lot since in this exchange. Absolutely extraordinary. Yep. I believe she's a Yale law professor or from some sort of prestigious university. This woman gets up there and says, basically that, um, talking about trans individuals and the fact that he, he asked her, you know, what are they? And I guess that's the conversation that I think is interesting to bring up with these people is like, you know, again, I think you should be able to do whatever you want. I don't think the government should infringe upon your right to do anything, but for you to try to force other people to abide by your reality and not their own is not your place to do so. And it's definitely not the government's place to enforce it or social media companies. Um, but in this case scenario, she asked him, do you think a man can get pregnant? And this guy says, no, I don't think that a man can get pregnant. And she says that he's opening up trans peopl

Talking Lead Podcast
Talking Lead 446 – AK KORNER S4 Ep7: AK-47 vs AR-15 Round 2

Talking Lead Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 177:44


It's time for battle! In this episode of the Talking Lead AK KONRER presented by Century Arms: Team AK-47 goes head-to-head against Team AR-15 for the second year. The AK-47 (Mikhail Kalashnikov) and AR-15 (Eugene Stoner) are two amazing iconic engineering feats of modern times Each team defends their respective rifle with facts, statistics, embellishments and a lot of trash talk. Which team are you on!? Andrew Breneman (Century Arms) and Brian Keeney (Occam Defense Solutions) represent Team AK-47. Nick Dooley (The AR-15 Podcast) and Ken Allen (Ken Allen Training) defend the reputation of Team AR-15. Plus: An important update on the Talking Lead / Century Arms BFT47 rifle contest is announced. Talking Lead Podcast - "Leaducating The Unleaducated" since 2012 *Nick Dooley-AR-15 Podcast *Andrew Breneman-Century Arms *Brian Keeney-Occam Defense Solutions *Lefty-Talking Lead *Ken Allen-Ken Allen Training

Outta Pocket Docket
Episode 74 |"Glock Dookie"

Outta Pocket Docket

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 76:30


This week the boys invite Emeke to discuss their weeks and ask each other some questions. This week's bulletins: Will: "Memo" by Kota the Friend - https://music.apple.com/us/album/memo/1623513111 Nick: "moMINTs" by Tobe Nwigwe - https://music.apple.com/us/album/momints-single/1632672579 Tev: "Breakbeat Media" - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYbvqjljebwzWVdTb9Fetiw Emeke: "The Bear" - https://www.hulu.com/series/the-bear-05eb6a8e-90ed-4947-8c0b-e6536cbddd5f Make sure to follow up on the socials to stay notified of all new episodes & other news! Instagram: @OuttaPocketDocket Twitter: @PocketDocketPod Email: OuttaPocketDocket@gmail.com OPD Discord: https://discord.gg/uEsPmmEes6 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/outtapocketdocket/message

Charlotte's Web Thoughts
God Bless the Disarming Gabby Giffords

Charlotte's Web Thoughts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 23:23


[As always, this little blog/newsletter is how I pay my bills, and I would be so grateful if you support my writing with a paid subscription.]Four months is a long time these days. At least for me, it used to be that four months was a bit of a jog but easily contextualized in the brain's aerial view. I could look backwards and easily spot that marker. Now, it seems, the space-time continuum has been cruelly mocked and warped by current events in such a way that a month in 2022 honestly feels legitimately equal to a quarter in 2011 and looking backward that far, even that much, is a fool's errand, only bound to disappoint.Whatever you were doing four months ago, the world continues to indifferently spin into spun-up difference from what it once was. Four months ago was before 19 children and two teachers were murdered in Uvalde, TX. Four months ago was before a white supremacist murdered ten innocents, targeting the Black community in Buffalo, NY. Four months ago was before—wait, be honest with me: without looking it up, how easily can you recall the details of that horrific mass shooting on the New York City Subway in April?That wasn't even four months ago.Exactly four months ago yesterday, I was at SXSW watching the world premiere of “Gabby Giffords Won't Back Down”, a documentary about the former Arizona congresswoman who survived a brutal assassination attempt in 2011 that left six others murdered and has since been on a journey of remarkable advocacy, both in her medical rehabilitation after being shot in the head at point-blank range and the widely-praised leadership role she has undertaken in the gun reform movement. The documentary is superb, and we'll get to that in a second. I want to further underline that four months ago was a completely different world, especially for the families in Highland Park and Tulsa and Uvalde and Buffalo and Pittsburgh and Sacramento and I wouldn't blame you at all for missing details on a few of these. In America in 2022, it's hard for even the most news-centric among us to keep up with the mass shootings that make national news, let alone the unending cascade of underreported mass shootings that tear through communities across the country.Since March 12th, 2022—the date of the world premiere at SXSW—there have been 250 mass shootings, according to The Gun Violence Archive.In other words, there has been an average of more than two mass shootings per day since Gabby Giffords premiered her deeply moving and galvanizing documentary in Austin. More than twice daily has there been a mass shooting in the United States over the past four months. More than twice daily. Think about that.This past Monday, July 11th, was a good day for America but particularly meaningful for Gabby Giffords and every other survivor and advocate in the gun reform movement. Just before noon, President Biden presided over a ceremony on the White House South Lawn to celebrate the signing of the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act, the first gun reform legislation signed into law in three decades.Brilliantly shepherded through the notoriously inept upper chamber by Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT), the law does a hell of a lot more than we've seen in recent memory and yet has also drawn criticism for falling well short of what our lawmakers should be doing to curb gun violence in America.That's an observation which, forgive me, seems pretty goddamn redundant. Of course it doesn't do enough. No bill short of taking every single common sense measure would be enough in this crisis. Universal background checks are common sense. Registration of every firearm is common sense. Proper licensing for every gun owner is common sense. Banning civilian ownership of assault weapons is common sense. The absence of any of these in a bill would make the legislation inherently flawed, even if they were the sole absence. That must be the good faith reading of any rational adult in government.But our government is not flush to the gills with rational adults, and so, the most rational adults must not let the perfect be the enemy of the good. Let me state resolutely: this new law is substantial progress and deserves celebration, and I personally don't need more than a moment's thought to understand that many thousands of lives will be saved because of it. That is worth celebrating.Of course it's not enough. Why would it ever be enough? Eighteen years from now, thousands of children will have just graduated from high school who would have otherwise been brutally murdered in a mass shooting or by an abusive relative or by themselves with an unsecured firearm in their home after being purchased by a domestic abuser.I was there on Monday with hundreds of other attendees. I saw Manuel Oliver stand up in the middle of the President's remarks, not far in front of me, and let the world know this isn't enough. That's true. It's not enough. He has every right to be angry at the pace of all this. The man lost his child. That is a pain I can't begin to fathom. I also saw numerous advocates carrying full-size photographs of their slain loved ones, far too many of those being a child's school portrait, coming up to President Biden and other elected officials to thank them for taking a few steps forward, saving a few more thousand lives, giving a few more million people a bit more hope for the future.It seemed like just about every single gun reform advocate in the country was at this ceremony and almost all were willing to express two thoughts simultaneously: that this bill is a good thing, won through dogged advocacy, and it's also not nearly enough.This new legislation wouldn't have been possible without countless advocates doing the labor for so many years, and even so, Gabby Giffords' story is one of those that stands out among that extraordinary crowd. A few hours after the ceremony, many of us made our way downtown to the U.S. Navy Memorial Plaza for the D.C. premiere of her documentary.Four months is a long time, as we've now established, and I could feel the difference between the screenings. I didn't feel as depressed or worn out in Austin. Maybe it was the lack of national reporting on mass shootings in the first quarter of this year, but the whole situation seemed to significantly lessen in its incessant horror for a bit, certainly nothing like the gauntlet of terror to which we've all been witness since April.And yet, there was hope. Had we not all just been at the White House to observe some significant steps forward? The documentary seemed to match this balanced tone of grounded optimism and brutal honesty perfectly, beat for beat. The filmmakers, Julie Cohen and Betsy West, previously won widespread critical claim for their documentaries on the late Justice Ginsburg (2018), Pauli Murray (2021), and Julia Child (2021), public figures navigating the exceedingly thorny intersection of power, influence, and gender.“Gabby Giffords Won't Back Down” is firmly within that tradition of excellence while also capturing a potent urgency that confronts the violent uncertainty of this hellish era in which we live. For a long time, there has existed a muted paranoia throughout the nation, a feeling that any of us could be next in a mass shooting. But the decline of our institutions and a corresponding decline of faith in our institutions and the ripped stitches of January 6th, raw and festering and wholly unclean, have added an additional and formidable layer of desperation to our national mood. How the hell are we gonna fix this when the tools required to fix it need fixing themselves?The documentary doesn't blow smoke but it also refuses to back down from the claim that we can get through this together, if only we had the faith in each other to do so. Gabby Giffords and Mark Kelly have that kind of faith in each other, and it shows.So… the story.It was 2006, and Gabrielle Dee Giffords, a 36 year-old former CEO of her grandfather's local tire company, had seemingly come out of nowhere to win a congressional seat covering an area the GOP had held for more than 20 years. She had sold the business in 2000, did two years in the state house, two years in the state senate, and then launched a long shot bid to win in a district where the Republican incumbent had trounced both of the Democratic challengers in the two previous election cycles by more than 24 points. Well, the GOP incumbent, Jim Kolbe, decided not to run for reelection and the more moderate GOP candidate most likely to succeed him was plunged into scandal and GOP voters chose a far more conservative successor and Democrats nationwide had one hell of a year in effective political messaging (on their way to taking back the House), and suddenly, this seat seemed very much up for grabs.But that all still fails to account for the magnitude of the pendulum rebound that occurred in Arizona's 8th congressional district that year. Giffords didn't win a nail-biter. She didn't simply take the edge in a photo finish.She won by more than 12 points, a swing of 36 points among voters from Republican to Democrat in only two years. It wasn't just that she won in a landslide but that she did so in a district that was overwhelmingly Republican-supporting.And she did this while being unapologetically pro-choice, supporting a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants, and refusing to agree that marriage should be restricted to one man and one woman (remember: this is 2006).How?The documentary highlights Giffords' extraordinary interpersonal intelligence, at once empathetic and authentic and confident and completely disarming to even some of her most conservative constituents who didn't support her, a dynamic on the recipient that's described by admirers as being “gabbyfied”. That's not an exaggeration. Go look up interviews that Giffords did before the shooting. She sounds like a real person. She sounds like the most evolved form of a kind and well informed neighbor who truly wants to make the world a better place. I have been a student of politics for a long time and I've heard countless anecdotes about Clinton and Biden and a handful of others making someone in a crowded room briefly feel like they're the only person in the world. But even that effect carries something of a conceit that we all seem to accept: this is their job and they're the best in the country at it and the Greats are meant to suspend reality for a few moments. It's almost like a magic trick and we understand it's not real and the vast majority of us are okay with that.The thing about Gabby Giffords, what seems abundantly clear, is that she never needed the benefit of reality being suspended in order to reach someone. It wasn't magic. It was just her. The opening scenes of the documentary point to Giffords' most likely trajectory back in the early aughts: a handful of terms in the House, then probably some time in the Senate, and down the road, it is implied (and quite rightly), a truly competitive candidacy for the White House from a notable swing state, probably sooner rather than later.It was the first week of January in 2011 when Giffords and her advisors had made plans to huddle in D.C. and start prepping for a likely run against then-Sen. Jeff Flake in 2012. (By the way, can you imagine that race? She would have cleaned his clock.)Before they could do that, there was a constituent event to attend, “Congress on Your Corner”, a feature of her district outreach that had become a high priority for Giffords. It was supposed to be 90 minutes of greeting folks and talking out their concerns in front of the Safeway in La Toscana Village. Just past 10am, as Giffords and her staff engaged with constituents, a coward whom I refuse to name, armed with a Glock 19 pistol and several magazines he had purchased at a sporting goods store just a 12 minute drive away, walked up to the Congresswoman, shot her in the head at point blank range, and then began firing at everyone else. Gabriel Zimmerman, 30, Gifford's community outreach director; Dorwan Stoddard, 76, retired construction worker; Phyllis Schneck, 79, homemaker; John Roll, 63, Chief Judge of the U.S. District Court for Arizona; Dorothy “Dot” Morris, 76, retired secretary; and nine year-old Christina-Taylor Green, who was getting interested in civics and wanted to meet the Congresswoman.Six deaths, 14 injured, including Giffords, in less than 60 seconds of shooting. Daniel Hernández, Jr., an intern in her office, had the wherewithal to slow Giffords' bleeding and ensure she didn't choke on her own blood, long enough for paramedics to arrive five minutes after the shooting started. This would save her life at a critical moment.Gabby Giffords was pronounced dead to most of the country for at least an hour that Saturday afternoon. NPR ran with what they thought was a critical scoop, based on two unconfirmed sources, and the rest of national media did the bulk of the work in pushing it out. At one point, every major network was reporting that Giffords had been assassinated. By the way, as much as I love NPR and certainly support their journalism, the close of their explanation and apology over this incident, more than a decade ago, is ludicrous: “While NPR made a significant mistake that dinged its credibility, it should be commended for quickly apologizing and being transparent. Rather than hurting NPR's credibility, taking responsibility for the mistake should enhance it.”What?Mark Kelly, Gifford's husband, a seasoned NASA astronaut who was then prepping for an upcoming shuttle mission, listened to a news broadcast informing him that his wife had been murdered and broke down.As much as this documentary is about gun reform and Giffords' journey of recovery and her love story with Kelly, that particular scene over NPR's callous approach at the time, the normalized rush for media to be first rather than be right, is especially potent. The problem with clumsy media going for clicks and listeners rather than accuracy is one that very much persists to this day.Did I mention that Giffords and her family have a hell of a sense of humor? I certainly didn't expect to laugh as much as I did while watching a documentary on an assassination attempt. Throughout her recovery, Giffords, even through the dense fog of recalibrating her brain, sparks scenes with her wit and warmth. Her chemistry with Kelly—it almost feels underwhelming to describe it that way—is the engine of the movie. During the Q&A after the D.C. screening, CNN's Kate Bolduan asked Giffords and filmmakers Cohen and West about the undeniable theme of a “feminist marriage” between them — a true partnership between Giffords and Kelly that tracks a balanced but nuanced inverse of their public roles before and after the shooting.Giffords eventually returned to the House in the midst of her recovery for critical votes but declined to run again, the health complications being too much to surmount at the time. Kelly, having completed his fourth shuttle mission, retired from NASA, pissed as could be about the lackluster response from Congress following the attempted assassination on his wife and gun violence generally, particularly in the wake of Sandy Hook, and launched a bid for John McCain's old seat in the Senate.Kelly, whom the documentary lovingly describes as far more of an engineer than a politician, is guided through his campaign by Giffords. One notable and hilarious scene shows Giffords tutoring Kelly on the maiden speech he's scheduled to deliver following his victory against Martha McSally. “Slow down, head up”, Giffords playfully urges Kelly, who demonstrates an impressive adaptation to a skill set he's never needed.For his part, Kelly's predominant role is caregiver, tending to Giffords throughout her recovery process, keeping the family steady and optimistic, doing the emotional labor typically expected of women, and, all the while, continuing his demanding work as a literal NASA astronaut.Cohen and West depict an ideal marriage of equals, simply two human beings who love each other and bring out the best qualities in one another's hearts during the worst of times.Their relationships, with each other and their kids and their close circle of friends and family, emphasize the importance of community.I met Gabby Giffords in Austin after that screening back in March and couldn't help but get a picture with her after the D.C. screening on Tuesday. She didn't know me from Jane, just another admirer in the crowd, and yet, she took the time in both moments to thank me for attending, gave me a big hug, and said some encouraging words. I was most certainly gabbyfied.Four months is a long time these days, and the world is already very, very different from March, as it will be in November, four months from now. The speed of change has become so quick, seemingly everything in flux, that we are forced, for our own sense of stability, to grab things that are steady and hold on for dear life.It is in uncertain times that leaders who can offer us a sense of certainty shine the brightest. The Gabby Giffords who was once discussed as a likely future presidential candidate more than a decade ago is the same Gabby Giffords who received the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor, last week.Folks will point to her example of recovery and resilience or the work that's been done by her organization, eponymously named “Giffords”, to educate the public on gun violence and push for common sense reform, or her general leadership in the public arena, which is more respected and influential than ever.With humility, I would offer that none of these are the greatest achievements of Gabby Giffords. Her greatest achievement is reminding us all of the importance of community in an era through which our country has never demonstrated a greater need for it. Four months is a long time and the world is changing quick on its own axis but Gabby Giffords, more than a decade on, even in her most vulnerable moments, hasn't changed much at all. She's always been right there, in the community, doing the work. If leadership means empathetic continuity, she's among the greatest to ever take that walk.God bless her for it.—[“Gabby Giffords Won't Back Down” enters nationwide release in theaters this Friday, July 15th. View the trailer here. Take my word and go see it. Find showtimes here.]Charlotte's Web Thoughts is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber.Hi, I'm Charlotte Clymer, and this is Charlotte's Web Thoughts, my Substack. It's completely free to access and read, but if you feel so moved to support my writing, please consider upgrading to a paid subscription: just $7/month or save money with the $70/annual sub. You can also go way above and beyond by becoming a Founding Member at $210. Get full access to Charlotte's Web Thoughts at charlotteclymer.substack.com/subscribe