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On Friday's Mark Levin Show, Democrats call the parental bill of rights controversial because Republicans are standing up for parents who don't want their kids exposed to radical liberal ideologies like gender fluidity, sexualizing children, or CRT. The fight against the nuclear family continues for Marxists today in America just as it did in communist utopias of the past because they know it is the fastest way to destroy a society. The Democrat party is all in on this ideology, and every single Democrat in the House of Representatives voted against the parental bill of rights. Also, we have people in the Republican Party who do not comprehend our country's history and claim to be America first but are not and do not believe we should be the #1 superpower on the planet. They believe nothing is worth fighting for, from the economic wellbeing to the security of this country. Other countries will fill the void if we do not, which is what we're seeing with China and Russia and Iran. Later, Mark speaks with Lee Zeldin, former NY Congressman, about the ongoing Trump cases and Alvin Bragg's refusal to uphold the law. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
How would you react if you couldn't speak English with a police officer? Citizens in WA are soon to find out with a new law Plus..LTC Jeffrey Addicott joins Joe at the bottom of hour 2 talking about what happened in Syria this week, Russia and China teaming up and much, much more.
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Paul Rusesabagina's life inspired a Hollywood film about the 1994 genocide. Also: The UN has expressed grave concern about the summary killings of civilians and prisoners of war during Russia's war in Ukraine, highlighting a litany of other abuses, and The City Killer asteroid that's set to make a close-ish call with earth.
After criticism for calling Russia's war a "territorial dispute," the Florida Governor and potential 2024 contender adds some nuance. But has he offered a clearer picture of what President DeSantis's foreign policy would look like? Plus, the House GOP suggests it wants to investigate Manhattan D.A. Alvin Bragg's pursuit of an indictment against Donald Trump. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's a trip around the world on this week's Ricochet Podcast. Our guide is AEI's Nick Eberstadt. He keeps up with all the little details that are often overlooked by prognosticating pundits. How do China's age distribution and Russia's health profile for young men hinder their ambitions? Are we in a position to sway India to the West? What other friend prospects are out there? He has answers to all the questions most of us have never thought to ask. And optimism, too! The guys also talk about the Dutch and their farms and the French and their grèves. Plus, just when you thought we could all agree that TikTok is the worst, our hosts find some finer points to quibble about. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Great America Show with Lou Dobbs
The Gateway Pundit's Founder and Editor, Jim Hoft says Biden is pushing for war in Ukraine while China is making peace deals between Iran and Saudi Arabia and Ukraine and Russia. Everything is upside down. South America is now covered almost top to bottom with Communist or Socialist leaders. That's what's happening under Biden. Hoft says he thought Obama was bad, but Biden is ten times worse. It's tragic we can't trust our media. Every day they're pushing out propaganda on the American public. We found out that Bill Barr didn't do any investigating of the 2020 elections. From unsecured drop boxes to Conservatives locked out of counting rooms. Where was Bill Barr? The Gateway Pundit reported that corporations donated $82 billion into the Black Lives Matter movement. Hoft says we don't know if any of it made it back into Black communities. Corporations won't support America, but won't dare say anything about the Communist Chinese regime. What's happened to America? GUEST: JIM HOFT, FOUNDER & EDITOR OF THE GATEWAY PUNDIT
Our mainframe computer, DEREK, gave us the news before it became sentient and we had to unplug it. This week: the new IPCC report on climate and UN report on water access (0:38), good and bad news from Yemen (4:34), Israel makes moves on a new bill legalizing old settlements and Smotrich gets in trouble with Jordan (6:45), Ethiopia sees progress in implementing the Tigray peace deal (10:44), pension problems in France (13:42), a Russia/Ukraine update (18:16), and a New Cold War update (26:50) featuring Xi Jinping visiting Russia, Kishida Fumio visiting Ukraine, and Taiwan president Tsai Ing-wen visiting the US. Recorded Thursday, March 23, 2023 This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.americanprestigepod.com/subscribe
China's Xi Jinping met with Russian President Vladimir Putin this week, seemingly bolstering ties between two of the United States' top foreign adversaries. This same week, the House Foreign Affairs Committee held a hearing about foreign policy priorities, and it was here that Secretary of State Antony Blinken faced pointed questions about the nation's foreign policy priorities. House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman, Congressman Michael McCaul, joins the podcast to explain the consequences facing the West as a result of a burgeoning partnership between China and Russia. Later, he discusses the bipartisan effort to enact a national TikTok ban for the sake of national security and his push for the Biden administration's accountability for the botched Afghanistan withdrawal. The House Energy and Commerce Committee held a hearing on Thursday related to security concerns over the popular social media app TikTok and its potential ties to the Chinese government. Despite TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew's claims that the app is committed to protecting its users' data, many lawmakers are considering the idea of banning the app entirely. FOX News Sunday Host Shannon Bream joins the Rundown to discuss why American politicians are challenging TikTok, the Federal Reserve's attempts to fight inflation, and the troubling relationship growing between China and Russia. Plus, commentary by former Congressman Jason Chaffetz, host of the Jason in the House podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Join Jim and Greg as they welcome news of the U.S. striking back against Iranian-backed bases in Syria after an Iranian drone targeted a U.S. position. But they also wonder why the Biden administration is simultaneously easing sanctions against Iran so it can make millions selling electricity to Iraq. They also roll their eyes as […]
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Townhall Review | Conservative Commentary On Today's News
Townhall Review – March 25, 2023 Hugh Hewitt and Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton talk about the recent meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Joe Piscopo talks with Lt. Col. Robert Maginnis about the growing alliance between Russia and China and that we had better start paying very close attention. Trish Regan and Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn talk about the fentanyl crisis and how the problem is getting worse, not better. Hugh Hewitt and Wisconsin Congressman Mike Gallagher talk about an article in the Atlantic by Jerry Hendrix, “The Age of American Naval Dominance is Over.” And Hugh talks with Jerry Hendrix, “The Age of American Naval Dominance is Over.”See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Join Jim and Greg as they welcome news of the U.S. striking back against Iranian-backed bases in Syria after an Iranian drone targeted a U.S. position. But they also wonder why the Biden administration is simultaneously easing sanctions against Iran so it can make millions selling electricity to Iraq. They also roll their eyes as Politico rolls out puff pieces on Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley. Both Bragg and Milley are lauded as examples of apolitical devotion to their jobs. But the facts tell a very different story. Finally, they have fun with the Columbia University promotion of Hillary Clinton "running" again - but only to teach her new class on her experience in foreign policy.Please visit our great sponsors:4Patriothttps://4patriots.comNever get caught in the dark. Use code MARTINI to get 10% of your first purchase on anything in the store…including the Patriot Power Generator.
This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Friday, March 24th, 2023. Hi Contrast Hymn Books If you don’t teach your kids the Lord’s songs, the world will teach them its songs. The brand-new Hi-Contrast Hymn Book is designed to help you teach your children the most beloved songs of the Christian faith. Its captivating illustrations will create special moments of truth, goodness, and beauty in your home every day. To get a copy for your family, go to www.hicontrasthymnbooks.com/FLF. That’s www. “H” “I” contrasthymnbooks.com/FLF. https://www.foxnews.com/politics/blinken-says-several-americans-remain-detained-taliban-afghanistan Blinken says 'several Americans' remain detained by Taliban in Afghanistan Secretary of State Antony Blinken confirmed that "several Americans" remain detained by the Taliban in Afghanistan after the Biden administration's withdrawal from the country in the summer of 2021. Blinken's comments came during an exchange with Rep. Joe Wilson, R-S.C., during a House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing on Thursday to examine the "State of American Diplomacy in 2023: Growing Conflicts, Budget Challenges, and Great Power Competition." "There are several Americans who are being detained by the Taliban. We are working to secure their freedom. The families have asked that we protect their identities and don't speak publicly to their cases," Blinken responded when asked by Wilson how many Americans remain in the war-torn country. Blinken's comments come as Republicans continue to push for accountability from the Biden administration over its rocky withdrawal from Afghanistan in 2021, which resulted in the deaths of 13 U.S. service members who were killed in a suicide bombing while protecting the evacuation at the Kabul airport. Republicans in the House of Representatives have begun an investigation into Biden's handling of the withdrawal. Lawmakers seek to examine what they called a "stunning failure" of leadership in their first hearing on the topic earlier this month. The Taliban quickly took over Afghanistan's capital of Kabul in August 2021 as U.S. troops prepared to withdraw on Biden's orders, timed for the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. In addition to the thirteen U.S. service members who were killed, 170 others also lost their lives during the withdrawal and thousands of U.S. citizens and allies were left behind in the country overrun by the terrorist group. Earlier this week, House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Michael McCaul, R-Texas, sent a letter — one of many in recent months — to Blinken demanding that he provide the committee with "documents and information concerning the Biden Administration’s disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan." Specifically, McCaul is demanding information from Blinken regarding a "Dissent Channel cable reportedly sent on July 13, 2021, by 23 State Department officials and the Department’s response to it," as well as an after-action report and two versions of U.S. Embassy Kabul’s Emergency Action Plan (EAP) prior to the embassy's closure. In the letter, McCaul warned Blinken that his "failure to produce" those documents would "result in the Committee issuing a subpoena to compel their production." https://www.dailywire.com/news/your-platform-should-be-banned-congresswoman-rips-into-tiktok-ceo-for-targeting-kids ‘Your Platform Should Be Banned’: Congresswoman Rips Into TikTok CEO For Targeting Kids Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) tore into TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew during a Thursday morning hearing, accusing him and his company of targeting American children and feeding data to the Chinese Communist Party. Rodgers, who chairs the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, held nothing back in a blistering opening statement, saying that the platform specifically and intentionally targets children outside of communist China while protecting their own children from the platform’s harmful content. Chair Rodgers to TikTok CEO: “Your Platform Should be Banned” Play 3:00-6:01 Now we go to Michigan… https://www.foxnews.com/media/michigan-university-hosting-separate-graduation-celebrations-based-on-race-sexuality Michigan university hosting separate graduation celebrations based on race, sexuality A Michigan college is coming under fire for hosting five graduation celebrations separated by race, sexuality and gender identity, in addition to the university's larger commencement ceremony. Grand Valley State University's Multicultural Affairs Office lists graduation ceremonies or celebrations for Black students, Asian students, "Latinx" students, Native American students, and "LGBTQIA+" students next month. The university will also have a general commencement ceremony for all students. The college describes the graduation celebration for "Latino/a/x students" as "an opportunity to come together and acknowledge Latin accomplishments in the spirit and traditions of culture." Similarly, the Black Graduation Celebration encourages students to celebrate all "that is representative of Black/African American and African tradition, heritage, culture, and legacy." The ceremony appears to go back to at least 2016. An annual "Native American Graduation Feast" has also been held by the school's Native American Advisory Council (NAAC) for the past several years. A celebration just for Asian graduates will also take place. The only celebration hosted by the center not focused on race appears to be the "Lavender Graduation." The rainbow-decorated GVSU webpage will celebrate "the personal and academic achievements of LGBTQIA+ and allied students." Students are also eligible for an "Outstanding LGBTQIA+ Graduate Award," which is given "to an exceptional student graduating in the Fall or Winter semester of 2023…who self-identifies as a member of the LGBTQIA+ community," the GVSU site says. Several other liberal universities have followed similar practices for graduations in recent years. New York's Columbia University host graduation celebrations for affinity groups on campus, including "Lavender (LGBTQIA+), Asian, First-Generation and/or Low-Income, Black, Latinx, and Native communities," its website says. Harvard University also hosts graduation celebrations for Black students, Asian students, Latino students and LGBTQ students. Grand Valley State University told Fox News Digital that there are unified graduation ceremonies for all students: "Grand Valley State University holds unified Commencement ceremonies for all of its graduates. GVSU is not 'segregating graduation ceremonies by race,' as some people and outlets have said. "Grand Valley also welcomes student organizations and faculty leaders to hold smaller scale celebrations designed to honor graduates. These more intimate celebrations are a complement to GVSU’s Commencement and are open to all students and their supporters." "The vast majority of graduating students who participate in these celebrations also choose to participate in our larger Commencement ceremony where degrees are conferred," a representative said. https://townhall.com/tipsheet/leahbarkoukis/2023/03/22/dead-dolphins-nj-n2620984 NJ Lawmakers Demand Pause on Offshore Wind Projects After Latest Mass-Death Incident at Beach Eight dolphins have died in New Jersey after washing ashore a Sea Isle City beach on Tuesday. According to the Marine Mammal Stranding Center, two dolphins died shortly after they were spotted on the beach while the six others were euthanized after a veterinarian determined their conditions were deteriorating so rapidly that returning them to the water would have prolonged their suffering in what would have resulted in an “inevitable death.” The mass stranding on Tuesday follows a dead dolphin washing up at a New Jersey marina last week, the sixth one to be found along the state’s shoreline in under a month. In addition to dolphin deaths, nearly a dozen dead whales have washed up along the New Jersey-New York coast since December. The spate of deaths has prompted lawmakers to call for a suspension of offshore wind projects until it can be determined why the animals are dying. The eight dolphins that died on Tuesday will be sent to a state lab to determine the cause of death. Let’s take a look at the job market: Jobless Claims Fall to 191,000 New claims for unemployment benefits fell last week to 191,000, the Labor Department said Thursday. Economists had forecast a rise in claims to 197,000. The prior week was unrevised at 192,000. The Federal Reserve has been attempting to soften demand for labor in order to sap inflationary pressures from the economy. Despite many headlines about layoffs at companies like Amazon and Facebook, unemployment remains extraordinarily low. The 4-week moving average of initial claims fell by 250 to 196,250. Continuing claims, which are reported with a one week delay, rise by 14,000 to 1,694,000. https://www.theblaze.com/news/chicago-blackhawks-opt-out-pride23 Chicago Blackhawks opt out of 'Pride Night' jerseys, citing safety concerns for Russian players The Chicago Blackhawks are yet another NHL team to decline wearing "pride"-themed jerseys for the 2023 season, citing safety concerns for their Russian players, according to the New York Post. The Blackhawks are the fourth team to decline wearing such jerseys, behind the New York Rangers, New York Islanders, and Minnesota Wild. multiple sports outlets are citing anonymous sources that state the team is doing so to protect Russian players. The Athletic says that the move was made by “team management and security officials” and not the players. Russia has laws against the spread of certain views, which make it illegal to "spread ‘propaganda’ about ‘nontraditional sexual relations’ in all media, including social, advertising and movies," according to the New York Times. The Blackhawks have several players on their roster who could potentially run into problems, including Moscow-born defenseman Nikita Zaitsev. Goalie Anton Khudobin is a Kazakhstani-born Russian, and forward Philipp Kurashev was born in Davos, Switzerland, but holds Russian citizenship and is the son of a former professional hockey player. As well, Canadian-born Boris Katchouk holds Canadian and Russian citizenship, and his mother was an Olympian for the Soviet Union. However, other Russian NHL players have worn similar jerseys in the same season, including San Jose Sharks players Alexander Barabanov and Nikolai Knyzhov and Pittsburgh Penguins star Evgeni Malkin. Just two months prior to the Blackhawks' decision, Ivan Provorov, Russian-born player for the Philadelphia Flyers, cited his Russian Orthodox beliefs as the reason why he didn't want to wear a "pride" warm-up jersey, with San Jose Sharks goalie James Reimer following suit in March 2023 because of his Christian faith.
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Breaking Points with Krystal and Saagar
Krystal and Saagar discuss Trump planning a big show around his potential arrest, Desantis sinking in polls after Trump attacks, MAGA declares war on Desantis, Fed risks bank failure with Rate Hikes, Markets in chaos over Yellen and Powell Incompetence, Putin and Xi meet and pledge a new bond between Russia and China, Rolling Stone covers for alleged Pedophile Reporter, Biden prosecutes anti-Hillary meme poster, Vivek's fake anti-elitism exposed in Jordan Peterson interview, and Waco Survivor and author David Thibodeau joins us to talk about his personal experience in the Waco, Texas tragedy 30 years later. To become a Breaking Points Premium Member and watch/listen to the show uncut and 1 hour early visit: https://breakingpoints.supercast.com/ To listen to Breaking Points as a podcast, check them out on Apple and Spotify Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/breaking-points-with-krystal-and-saagar/id1570045623 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4Kbsy61zJSzPxNZZ3PKbXl Merch: https://breaking-points.myshopify.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Last week Americans were shocked at the potential arrest of former President Donald Trump. Since that time, he has garnered more support than ever and essentially been exonerated of the charges. Of course, that hasn't stopped the media from covering this issue nonstop while keeping you distracted from the real issues we should be focused in on…Russia and China's strengthening bond and our crashing economy. SUPPORT MY WORK: CASHAPP: https://cash.app/$SavSays WEBSITE: https://www.savsaysofficial.com/ SUBSCRIBESTAR: https://www.subscribestar.com/savanah... FOLLOW ME: TWITTER: https://twitter.com/sav_says_ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/savwith1n/ TRUTH SOCIAL: https://bit.ly/SavSays RUMBLE: https://rumble.com/user/Sav_says MAILING ADDRESS: 10730 Potranco Rd Suite 122 Box 499 San Antonio, TX 78251
Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
Today our theme is "laugh so you don't cry" – we're covering some of the ridiculous things happening in our world, and while things are looking bleak, we're going to laugh at the absurdity. First, China's Xi Jinping and Russia's Putin met last week to ... take over the world? Meanwhile, in the U.S., the cast of "Ted Lasso" visits a White House press briefing (because we have time for that apparently), Joe Biden still can't seem to read from a prompter, and Vice President Kamala Harris sends a formal letter congratulating Dylan Mulvaney on 365 days of pretending to be a girl. We also take a look at a list of things that are now apparently racist, including coffee, ballet, and highways, and discuss Robin DiAngelo pushing for segregation. --- Timecodes: (04:44) Putin and Xi Jinping meeting (12:00) Ted Lasso at White House press briefing (13:28) Biden can't read a poem (15:29) Jill Biden is frustrated with Joe (20:50) Propaganda from CCP and Soviet Russia (24:24) Things that are apparently racist (34:45) Robin DiAngelo pushes for segregation (41:35) Pentagon diversity chief (46:39) VP Harris sends letter to Dylan Mulvaney --- Today's Sponsors: Birch Gold — protect your future with gold. Text 'ALLIE' to 989898 for a free, zero obligation info kit on diversifying and protecting your savings with gold. My Patriot Supply — prepare yourself for anything with long-term emergency food storage. Get $200 of survival gear when you buy a Three-Month Emergency Food Kit when you go to PrepareWithAllie.com. BlazeTV — join BlazeTV today and get $30 off an Annual Pass with our Student, Military, or First Responder Discount! Just go to Subscribe.BlazeTV.com, click the verification button, and enter your ID to get started. Quinn's Goat Soap — goat soap smells amazing and feels great on your skin, and cleans and moisturizes at the same time. Go to QPGoatSoap.com and use code “ALLIE” for 10% off the total order. --- Links: CBS: "China's leader Xi Jinping meets Putin in Moscow days after Russian leader charged with war crimes" https://www.cbsnews.com/news/ukraine-news-vladimir-putin-china-russia-meeting-icc-war-crimes/ Daily Mail: "Keeping busy Kamala? VP sends trans activist Dylan Mulvaney a one-year 'birthday' note congratulating her on 365 days of 'living authentically' - 7 days after Drew Barrymore knelt at her feet in fawning interview" https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11886801/amp/Keeping-busy-Kamala-VP-sends-trans-activist-Dylan-Mulvaney-one-year-birthday-note.html Afru: “Is coffee racist? How drinking coffee perpetuates white supremacy” https://afru.com/coffee-industry-racism-white-supremacy/ NY Times: “Peanut Butter, Jelly and Racism” https://www.nytimes.com/video/us/100000004818663/peanut-butter-jelly-and-racism.html Kaiser Health News: “Civil Rights Groups Say School Lunch Programs' Dairy Emphasis Is Racist” https://khn.org/morning-breakout/civil-rights-groups-say-school-lunch-programs-dairy-emphasis-is-racist/ WaPo: “American cycling has a racism problem” https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/2021/11/16/american-cycling-has-racism-problem/ Medium: “Running Is Too White. It Doesn't Have to Be.” https://level.medium.com/running-is-too-white-what-can-we-do-about-it-8a65f0aeaf3d ABC: “America's national parks face existential crisis over race” https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/americas-national-parks-face-existential-crisis-race/story?id=71528972 Fox News: “Loyola professor claims organized pantries are rooted in ‘racist and sexist' social structures” https://www.foxnews.com/media/loyola-professor-organized-pantries-rooted-racist-sexist-social-structures --- Relevant Episodes: Ep 770 | Debunking the 'Kids Do Better with Gay Parents' Study https://apple.co/3nhpHAv --- Buy Allie's book, You're Not Enough (& That's Okay): Escaping the Toxic Culture of Self-Love: https://alliebethstuckey.com/book Relatable merchandise – use promo code 'ALLIE10' for a discount: https://shop.blazemedia.com/collections/allie-stuckey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Rich Zeoli Show- Full Episode (03/22/2023: 3:05pm- On Saturday, former President Donald Trump revealed that he expects to be arrested for hush money payments disturbed to adult film actress Stormy Daniels in 2016—though, no arrest has yet been made. The New York Post is now reporting that law enforcement is not expecting an arraignment until next week. 3:15pm- While appearing on CNN, political commentator Van Jones explained that he believes it's a mistake for Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg to indict former-President Donald Trump for alleged hush money payments to adult film star Stormy Daniels. 3:30pm- While speaking before the Senate Appropriations subcommittee, Secretary of State Antony Blinken stated that he hopes to “modernize the State Department” by “carrying out diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility initiatives.” Blinken also vowed to release a report on the Biden Administration's withdrawal from Afghanistan. 3:40pm- Congressman Jeff Van Drew—Republican representing New Jersey's 2nd Congressional District—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss the death of eight dolphins beached in Sea Isle City on Tuesday. Many environmental experts believe the sudden, drastic uptick in marine life deaths along the Atlantic Coast is linked to offshore wind development's usage of sonar to map the ocean's floor. 4:05pm- According to a report from The Daily Wire's John Rigolizzo, the House Oversight Committee and Accountability Committee is “requesting documents related to the government's response to the nationwide baby formula shortage.” Will the White House and/or Federal Drug Administration (FDA) be held accountable for their actions which exacerbated the 2022 baby formula shortage? You can read more here: https://www.dailywire.com/news/house-oversight-committee-investigating-biden-administration-mishandling-of-baby-formula-shortage 4:15pm- On Wednesday, Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel testified before the Senate Health Committee addressing concerns regarding prices and side effects from his company's COVID-19 mRNA vaccine. During the hearing, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) confronted Bancel about the risk of myocarditis in young men. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) also went after Bancel—criticizing Moderna's decision to “quadruple the price of the vaccine.” 4:30pm- While speaking with The Hill's “Women Out Front”, Gisele Fetterman was asked if there is any “piece of legislation” she is currently looking into—but wait…she's not a U.S. Senator! And where is Sen. John Fetterman (D-PA) anyway? 4:40pm- Dr. Victoria Coates—former Deputy National Security Advisor & Senior Research Fellow at The Heritage Foundation—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss the strengthening alliance between Vladimir Putin's Russia and Xi Jinping's China. On Tuesday, National Security Council Coordinator for Strategic Communications John Kirby insisted that the Biden Administration is not threatened by the alliance—but should we believe the Administration's optimism? 5:05pm- The Drive at 5: Dr. Wilfred Reilly—Professor of Political Science at Kentucky State University & Author of “Taboo: 10 Facts You Can't Talk About”—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his latest National Review editorial, “How to Define ‘Woke.'” Dr. Reilly also weighs-in on Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg's potential indictment of former-President Donald Trump for allegedly paying hush money to adult film star Stormy Daniels. You can read the full article here: https://www.nationalreview.com/2023/03/how-to-define-woke/ 5:40pm- Mystery Movie Clip: “Mmm! This is a tasty burger! Vincent, have you ever had a Big Kahuna Burger?” 5:45pm- Vice President Kamala Harris laughs awkwardly at a White House event celebrating Women's History Month. 5:50pm- On Wednesday, President Joe Biden presented Bruce Springsteen, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Gladys Knight and Mindy Kaling with The National Medal of Arts during a ceremony at the White House. 6:05pm- On Wednesday, Congressman Thomas Massie (R-KY) responded to a Politico report that several Republican congressional candidates had their military records improperly released. Massie tweeted: “This is chilling. The U.S. Air Force illegally released military records of several GOP candidates to the Democratic Party which then leveraged the material to run attack ads on at least one of them.” You can read the full report here: https://www.politico.com/news/2023/03/22/air-force-gop-candidates-records-released-00088050 6:15pm- According to reports, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved authorization of a “lab-grown” chicken product created by a company called GOOD Meat. 6:40pm- Appearing on Fox News, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) said that people who suggest COVID-19 didn't come from a laboratory are “self-interested.”
The Axe Files with David Axelrod
CISA Director Jen Easterly got an early taste of government as a sixth grader when her class was featured in a commercial for then-presidential candidate Ronald Reagan. The ad never made it to air, but Director Easterly continued in public service. After spending decades in the Army and the private sector, Director Easterly now leads the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, or CISA. As head of CISA, she works to protect against cyberattacks on everything from U.S. election infrastructure to systems Americans use every day, like water, schools, and hospitals. Director Easterly joined David to talk about what she believes makes a good leader, cyber threats from Russia and China, the potential downsides of A.I. and TikTok, and why cybersecurity needs to be a collaborative effort.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
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The International Criminal Court has issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin for alleged war crimes in Ukraine. He is accused of forcibly deporting children from Ukraine to Russia after the invasion last year. The Kremlin does not recognise the jurisdiction of the ICC and denies war crimes. But is this a symbolic move and is it realistic that Putin will actually be arrested and stand trial? This week on The Inquiry we're asking, will Putin be prosecuted for war crimes in Ukraine? Contributors: Klaus Rackwitz, Director of the International Nuremberg Principles Academy Patrycja Grzebyk, Professor at the University of Warsaw Rachel Denber, Deputy director for Europe and Central Asia at Human Rights Watch Gerry Simpson, Professor of Law at the London School of Economics Presented by Tanya Beckett Produced by Louise Clarke-Rowbotham Edited by Tara McDermott Mixed by Richard Hannaford
In this week's episode, we explore the concept of presidential body counts from two unique perspectives - scandalous affairs and mysterious deaths. Join us as we delve into the recent allegations surrounding Donald Trump's indictment over his financial ties to Stormy Daniels and the impact it could have on his legacy. We'll discuss the details, speculate on the future, and share our thoughts on the probability of the indictment coming to fruition. But we won't stop there. Prepare for an even more thrilling exploration as we uncover the long-standing rumors and conspiracy theories surrounding the Clintons and their alleged connection to dozens of mysterious deaths. From high-profile accidents to untimely demises, we'll examine the facts and conjectures that have fueled these controversial claims. Follow us on social media & Subscribe to our newsletter: https://linktr.ee/theaustinjadams Full Transcription: Hello, you be to full people and welcome to the Adams Archive. Today is going to be a fun one. This week's episode is all about presidential body counts. You heard me write Presidential Body Council, and for some presidents that means something a little bit different than for other presidents, but we're going to explore both of them. From Donald Trump's recent alleged indictment, which is yet to happen over his financial woes payoff of Stormy Daniels, a porn star who allegedly he had an affair with. We'll get into the details, but that's one way of looking at a body count, , and then another way of looking at it is when it comes to, I don't know, Multiple, multiple dozens of bodies that surround the Clinton family. So I thought that would be a fun way to approach this. A little bit different than what everybody else is talking about. So we are going to jump into it all. Why is President Trump being indicted? What is going on with it? Why is it not seemingly happened yet? Is it even going to happen? I have some opinions about that. And then we'll get into the history of the Clinton family's body count. Stick around. It's gonna be a fun one. All right. But before we do that, go ahead and hit that subscribe button. Just takes about two seconds of your time, but it'll make you feel all fuzzy inside knowing that you are now a part of the Adams Archive Movement. That's right. All right. Hit that subscribe button. I would appreciate it from the bottom of my heart. Leave a five star review if you are already subscribed. Uh, if you've already left a. And if you haven't, head over to the austin adams.subs.com and, uh, you'll be able to get the podcast companion, all the links, all the articles from this week's, uh, podcast, all the fun stuff. So head over there right now, austin adams.subs.com. And that's all I got for you for right now. All right, let's jump into it. The Adams archive. All right. Now there is one reason that Trump hasn't been arrested. One reason there's only one. And you wanna know why? Because it's all bullshit. . It's all bullshit. The whole thing. The entire indictment. Okay. I, it's, it's crazy that this has even made headlines with how silly this entire legal situation is. Right. It's an obvious play by the judicial system. It's an obvious play, uh, by the left to kind of keep the smear campaign rolling. . So let's, let's talk about it. So the reason that Trump is being indicted right now is not because he paid, like every single article that you find about this says hush money, he paid hush money, and that's not even, that's not the reason. Right. The, the paying somebody hush money is not in the way that it was done illegal itself. And, and essentially it wasn't hush money, it was an nda. He essentially paid a porn star, stormy Daniels, an n d a, to not come out with some type of expose in 2000 and sixteens, right around his presidential run. So he basically paid her to sign an NDA and say, we're not gonna talk about this, we're not even gonna address this. Now, I'm not saying Trump didn. Get into it with Stormy Daniels. Um, and we can't add that one ding ding to his body count. Um, but that's, that's not the conversation at hand, it's not, I guess, illegal to have sex with a porn star even when you're married. . It might be morally, ethically wrong to do so, but it's not something. President is going to go to jail over, there's all these talks, like, oh, is he gonna be in handcuffs? Is he gonna be like, put into general population in, in the county jail prison system? Could you imagine what that would look like? A apparently there, there's everybody's saying that there's gonna be, like, the Secret Service is gonna be the one to get him, is it gonna be the secret service? Is it gonna be, you know, the, the local municipality, uh, police force? Right. Um, Who knows. And, and again, I don't think this is gonna happen. I do not think this will happen I think it's all bs. I don't think anybody's going to indict him. I don't think a jury would ever rule in favor of this, like silly, like basically, essentially what they're trying to charge him for is not the fact that he. Screwed a porn star when he was married. It's the fact that he paid her this NDA money through some type of, uh, some type of home equity line. That's what it's about. Basically, he, he mismarked where the money came from through his lawyer and then paid his lawyer back through monthly fees, is what they're alleging. Right. So it's like a, a movement of money ploy. It's, it's a financial misdemeanor. It's not even a felony. It's not even a felony that they're trying to charge with him with. It's a, it's a misdemeanor that they're trying to charge him with and they're making this huge fuss over. If you or I. First of all, I would never, nobody would ever care. Right. But. You'd probably get a letter from the irs. Nobody's showing up at your house. They're not commissioning thousands of police officers to shut down the road so that they can put you in handcuffs and get a little video of you walking to the police car and saying your Miranda rights. This is all a little show. This is all a little facade, and we're gonna talk about maybe some things that I think that it's covering up for, but that's what I think about it it it, the, the crimes that they're accusing him of committing, first of all, even if they're accurate. And even if he did do these things, they're silly. They're silly. You're not, you're not, you're, you're, you're, it's a smear campaign. It's not an actual movement to get him arrested. It's not an, it's, it's a weaponization of our judicial system to the, one of the worst, most like, egregious ways that we've ever seen that happen in the United States. He's a former president, whatever you think about Trump, he's a former p. Right. Even Nixon was pardoned, like obviously, I, I don't think Biden's gonna pardon Trump even if he gets, you know, not that he would need to based on a misdemeanor charge, but this whole thing is silly. It's, it's all bs. So. Let's, let's read this article here. It says, as the political landscape continues to heat up in the anticipation of the upcoming election, former President Trump finds himself at the center of a controversial case in Manhattan that has yet to result in an indictment. This case, which resolve revolves around a 2016 payment to adult film star Stormy Daniels, has sparked heated debates on whether the judicial system is being weaponized against Trump to hinder his chances of winning an. The fact that no former US president has faced an indictment begs the question, is the current political landscape going too far in pursuing charges against Trump? His historical accounts of presidents accused of felonious activities such as Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton revealed that these cases were pardoned or settled without charges. Howing a stark difference in the treatment of Trump's. Right, and that's not even to talk about Bill Clinton was literally getting one off under the desk. Under the desk in the Oval Office, talk about salacious acts and, and he was not being charged for it, he, he like literally left office on that note and, and did not get charged, never went to jail. There was nobody, there was no rogue da like going out on a limb trying to go after him. I don't think that's what's happening. Obviously, this, he's, he's going after him specifically because of this payment. It's, it's, it's so ridiculous, the entire reasoning. So let, let's keep going. It says, furthermore, the crime in question seems to be a mere misdemeanor relating to the use of funds, which has already been disproven in the email released by Michael Cohen's counsel. The letter clearly states that Mr. Cohen used his personal funds to facilitate the payment that neither the Trump organization nor the Trump campaign reimbursed him directly or indirectly. It also argues that the payment does not constitute a campaign contribution or expenditure, and therefore the f e c of lecture jurisdiction over the matter, and so, so Trump. Truth doubt. This is such a stupid term truth. Trump sent out a message on truth social with a letter that everybody is saying basically that they've already written this off. This has already been proven that it was not his money that was being paid out. Right. And whether it was a slight of hand or whatever, it's all still silly. But it goes on to say that amidst the fren he created by Trump's declaration of his potential arrest and a speculation of an imminent indictment, it is crucial to examine the facts and the broader implications of this. Well, it may seem like a mere misdemeanor. The unprecedented nature of his legal battle against a former president raises concerns about the potential weaponization of the JU judicial system for political game. And we saw this at Mar-a-Lago with documents that nothing ever came out of. Right. We saw this with the Russia, Russia, Russia, uh, hoax as the people would call it. We saw this with, with it, it, we saw those so many times by now. The fact that any news station is even like, or, or maybe you can see the news stations and why they would give this samari, but the fact that any people in the political sphere, or even in the common. Civilian world is giving two shits about this. The fact that this is every headline on every news station across the country right now is silly. There's been so many attempts at arresting Donald Trump, and we know by now that absolutely nothing is gonna come of it. Absolutely nothing is gonna come. No. If, if they would've had some great way of arresting Donald Trump, don't you think that it would've came out by now? Don't you think that during, you know, 2020, don't you think after Januarys. Sex, which, you know, he still hasn't been charged for anything there. Right. How many times have they tried to come after Trump and how many times has something actually come out of it? Zero. None. There has not been a single case where they, out of the multiple, multiple times that they've gone after Donald Trump, where anything at all has actually. Come of it, this goes on to say that as the grand jury's decision remains uncertain, the public must remain vigilant and question the motivations behind the case. Is it the genuine pursuit of justice or is it merely a political tactic? Aim at discrediting Trump and diminishing his chances. In the upcoming election, history has shown that similar cases involving former presidents were treated with mere lenient, more leniency, and it is up to the citizens to ensure that the judicial system remains impartial and unbiased in its pursuit of justice. Now let's talk about that. What I think out of this, and what I've heard several, several times by now, is that this is going to do nothing but help Donald Trump. This is going to do nothing but incite his followers to know. That exactly what he said all along is what's happening, the swamp, the, the gators out there lurking beneath the surface. The murky political surface are just coming after Donald Trump once again with some, you know, and, and, and maybe it's not even the, the, the whole swamp. Maybe it's one guy trying to make his name off of some bs, it, it, it's just the. So many negative things that come out of this for the left and so many positive things that come out of this for the right. Again, if nothing happens out of this, what do you think is gonna happen for his followers? What do you think is gonna happen when, when everybody realizes if they haven't already, which is be kind of silly on their part, that this is nothing but like a political game, all this is gonna do is, is get his crowd, his followers, to further be motivated to go out and vote and to keep the narrative going. I, I do not think, I do not think that this is the, this will be the end of Trump, and I don't think literally anybody who even believes that this is gonna go to a trial or he's gonna actually be arrested, think that either, so if this is not going to hurt Trump in any way, all it's gonna do is. All it's gonna do is, is bring mo more voters out in 2024. And it's done nothing too. But like the Trump first DeSantis situation here is, is pretty interesting. DeSantis has come out and, and said that, well, I'm, I'm not gonna actively pursue Donald Trump because Trump basically went to Mar-a-Lago, um, during all of this. In Florida, and DeSantis said that, well, I, I'm not gonna go after Trump. I'm not gonna allow them to come in here and, and do that. I'm not gonna play the game. Now, I don't know what that actual division of power actually looks like. Like does he have the power to stop them from coming in there? I don't believe so. If it's a federal government, but it is New York going for him. Right. He, he's not gonna, um, they're, they're not gonna go. I don't know. It'll be interesting to see how it plays out and, . I just think nothing's gonna come of it. That's my personal opinion. And then maybe I'll be wrong and, and maybe we'll see a big huge, uh, headline tomorrow of, of Trump in, uh, Trump in, in handcuffs being walked into a jail cell right now. Could you imagine like, there, there's gotta be somebody who can make a car, at least a cartoon of Trump getting arrested, going into general population, and then just like getting swarmed by people. And, uh, you know, all, all of the. People in the jail cells around him in general population and just . Like there's, there's gotta be a somebody who can make a cartoon of him just like beating the shit out of all of these inmates that are trying to attack him. But imagine how many people would be motivated in a jail cell to try to attack Donald Trump. I don't know. It's it, there's, there's a funny cartoon there somewhere that somebody could make. Um, alright, so let's keep moving on right there. There's far more people who should be being arrest. Then Donald Trump right now, maybe it's Hunter Biden for one, maybe we talk about Hunter Biden. Maybe it's the, I don't know, underage pictures of his niece that were found on his laptop, allegedly, maybe it's the, uh, the, the, the text messages were he's basically grooming that same niece of his to meet up with him in a bathroom in some store, alleged. Maybe it's the, the, the $10,000 he asked his father for to pay off Russian prostitutes. Allegedly. Maybe it's the facilitation of his father's, uh, political power to the Chinese or to. Barisma in or to Ukrainian companies that have to do with Biolabs, allegedly . I'm sure there's a few things that we could point to that Hunter Biden could be arrested for. Maybe it's the crack pipe in his mouth, like if there was a picture of Donald Trump with a crack pipe in his mouth, sucking on Stormy Daniel's toes. That would be something that everybody could rally around him being arrested for, but there's not. But you know who there is a picture of that is Hunter Biden and nobody's going to arrest him. There's, there's far better reasons. Maybe we should go after George Bush for, you know, getting us involved in a 20 year war over false pretenses, may, maybe there's something there, maybe there's something for him making billions and trillions of dollars for the military industrial complex, maybe there's something around the Clintons, maybe that, we'll, we'll get to in a minute. Maybe there's, I don't know, maybe go after Sam Hunt for, for. doing demo. Seances during the Oscars or, or wearing clothes that make him look like a tightly wrapped skirt steak? I don't know. May, maybe there's some other people that we should talk about here that should be arrested Not, uh, not Donald Trump. And his payment. Oh, did I mention that this was all six years ago, this wasn't even a recent hush money scandal. Right. This was, this was almost more than half of a decade ago that this happened. . Right. Speaking of George Bush, I saw this on Reddit a little bit ago, but like speaking of George Bush, where did all the terrorists go? Right. Has anybody else noticed that since the onset, like after the pandemic and everything and the US has withdrawal from Afghanistan, terrorists worldwide have just hit the snooze button on going after the, the, the, the west , they're just, they're just off sleep and in some cave somewhere. Right. That they just didn't realize the pandemic's over and are still quarantining. Right. It's it, they took a gap. From, from their terrorist activities, for, for 20 years, terrorism topped the charts as the, the main conversation in every mainstream media, every mainstream media platform from Fox News, cnn, anywhere that you would look, they were talking about the Taliban, they were talking about Al-Qaeda. Where, where'd they go? Where are they? Where, where, where are they? What, what's going on there? Like, just. , well ex, you know, except for those pesky little January 6th terrorists who only, who only happened to show their faces just in time for the government's political narratives. Right. Just in time for, uh, a o c to hide under a desk and take a selfie video. Yeah. The only terrorists we've seen in the wild just so happened to be wearing American flags, on, on their shirt, or hanging from their trucks. . Right. Quite convenient. Right. And, and, and this is another thing that I saw this Reddit thread allude to is the fact that you would think during lockdowns terrorism would've been at its worst, there was already a massive amount of public fear, there was already so much fear in the public psyche, right. Were were terrorists more scared of covid than they were of the United States military? No Taliban, no Al-Qaeda, they, they swapped their, you know, tightly laced combat boots out for some Crocs, and they're just playing Call of Duty all day instead of, you know, crashing planes into large buildings, allegedly uh, right. Seems pretty weird, there's, there's still no more terrorists attacks going. anyways, even North Korea seems to have like calmed down a little bit. Although I guess I saw something the other day that there was like 800,000 soldiers who happened to volunteer for North Korea and they were calling on the United States like being ready for some type of war with the us. Nothing to see there, at least nothing that the mainstream media wants you to talk about cuz I only saw it on real News. No bull. Um, if you don't, haven't heard me talk about them in a while, real news, no bullshit or real news, no bs uh, or online. Uh, that's their handle on like social media or real news. Not bs.com is their website. Their, their social media is a little bit better than their website. Their website I, I paid for, but I don't feel like I get much out of it. Um, but great way for, you know, actual individual journalism along with Atlas News is another good one anyway. Right. Like ever since Trump, there's been no terrorism whatsoever, no. Nobody's, you know, popping their head up. There's no, there's no new like, leader that we're allegedly going after, um, I don't think Trump completely wiped out Al-Qaeda, we basically just handed them the keys along with 80 billion worth of military equipment, and, you know, now we're just not hearing from them after massive deals for cobalt mining. in Afghanistan with China nonetheless. Mm. Kind of weird. I don't know what to think of that, but I did find it interesting. Right. Another thing that I find interesting that we no longer see in the news, like speaking of lost narratives, Trump has sex with some random porn star allegedly, and now there's no more aliens, it's magical how all the U f O conversations. gone. , there's nothing to be talked about in the news right now about, uh, uh, aliens, UFOs, spacecraft. Uh, you know, there, there's no conversations being had right now. Like all of a sudden the aliens went away just in time for Donald Trump to be indicted for, you know, paying off a porn star six years ago. Kind of bizarre, isn't it strange how the world of politics and media. Absolutely blindside us with information just to, just to hype us up, it's like this, this one month news cycle, one minute we're all on the edge of our seats waiting for the next congressional hearing on UFOs, and all of a sudden Trump pays off a porn star and all of our interests and, and aliens just takes a backseat. That's, that's an interesting concept to me is like how often. Like how, like how do we break that? How do we break the, the, the attention on the news cycle? Because if it's not aliens and literal motherships, like there was articles about a mothership releasing drones from space into our solar system. You want to talk about priming, if that's not actually happening, what are they priming us for? Cuz that's even far more concerning. But the fact that all of that news coverage, all of that news media like I did, you walk into work after fricking M S N BC comes out and says there's a mothership releasing drones into our world, And there. Nobody talking about it, steve's still being an asshole in sales, uh, Monica is still, you know, not, not getting you over the email when she should be like, George is still dropping the ball in hr, um, recruiting new people for your department. Like nobody's talking about alien motherships. What, what is it? What would it take for us to have a long standing attention on. Well, apparently it takes Donald Trump paying off a porn star. like that has gone far more into the human psyche for a longer period of time than alien motherships. Right. I I, I don't even know where to take that. It's, it's just so bizarre to me, right. How, how much programming is involved, right. Like you would think. Alien Motherships being released, you know, releasing drones into our atmosphere. And, and the, the, um, the collective unconscious would be on that, like Hunter Biden on the floor looking for a piece of Dr. Crack, like just sifting through the carpet, looking for crack. But no. Instead we're focusing on Trump's financial movements for a misdemeanor crime that he allegedly committed six years ago. It's all a little interesting to me right now on the backs of that. Now let's, let's actually talk about the Hunter Biden situation. Cause I think , I think there's some few things that you missed there. Like if you haven't dove deep into the Hunter Biden laptop, I did two full episodes on it. Two full deep dives into the conversations months and months and months ago now. You wanna talk about who should actually be being arrested, you want, you wanna. Who's on the right side of, of, of history? Look at who, the judicial system, who, who the mainstream media has been weaponized against. It's Trump, it's it's Covid. It's Ivermectin, it's Joe Rogan. It's, it's the conspiracy theorists. It's Robert Malone. You want to, you want to know who the people are, who are telling the truth. Look to who the government is trying. Actively silence. Look to who Snoop's next article was written about. Right. I've, I've been using probably too many good news sources recently, like Real News, no bullshit, like Atlas News, like some of these independent journalists like Matt Taibbi. I should probably just start going to Snoops with all of the conspiracy theories that have been proven to be true lately for my facts. Just, just assume everything on Snopes is. And that's where the best news stories are. Um, it seems like a better way of going about it, but if you actually go back to the Hunter Biden laptop, one of the most interesting cases that is not very much talked about, I gu I guess there's been some more recent con like pictures that came out showing potentially Lady Gaga. Like smoking next to Hunter Biden. Like I, I saw a meme about Hunter Biden with, it was like Hunter Biden about to have sex and it was him with like some military hat on with like 25 GoPros around his head. Uh, it seems like literally everybody that that man has ever had sex with, he felt the need to take a picture of um, one of them potentially being Lady Gaga allegedly. Cuz there was a very, very, very. Uh, similar looking woman in the picture with him with almost identical hair, nose, facial structure that he was standing next to, um, taking a, a selfie with. But another interesting one is, uh, what is her name? Gosh, Obama's daughter. Right. What is Obama's daughter's name? It's like millennia or it's not millennia. That sounds like a, what is her name? Let's see if we can find it here. Yeah. Not Natasha Malia. That's what it was. That was pretty close, malia Trump. Trump, Malia Obama . There was pictures when she was underage during the time where apparently Malia Obama was in a picture naked, allegedly with Hunter Biden, where she actually like had a debit or a credit card that somebody linked back to her because you could see a portion of her name on it with cocaine on. There's so much in that laptop and, and nothing's happened with that. That's why it's just so crazy to me that Trump is even being talked about. There's so many things that our judicial system, there's so many people that they should be going after, maybe, I don't know, maybe the woman who just left office, the speaker of the house. Uh, maybe you should be going after her for the 50 billion or whatever that Pelosi made from actively day trading. The very things that she was currently working on, writing legislation surrounding, you know, or her husband. Now there is one thing that I found, you know, another thing that came up, which was that there was additional footage about, uh, Pelosi's husband and the hammer situation and stuff. And it doesn't exactly appear as it initially came off when the story came out where it was like potentially his male lover, but I don't know, maybe it was who, who knows. Maybe I'll check Snopes to see if, if, uh, they have anything to say about that. All right. But as I said at the beginning of this, there's two ways to think about body counts. The first. Is Trump's body count in the sheets. The second way, is actual body bags. And when we're talking about pot, uh, potential body counts for presidents. There's really one name that sticks out and it's the Clintons. So we will jump into that in just a moment. But first, go ahead and hit that subscribe button. Leave a five star review, uh, write something in there. Nice. That always helps out the podcast. It helps us get up in the rankings. 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Speaking of presidential body counts, if anybody's gonna be indicted, it should probably be the people who have the same last name and have, I don't know. 53 people around them who have in some way, shape, or form been connected to them that have unlived themselves, So for years, the Clinton family has been surrounded by a seemingly endless string of mysterious deaths, many of the deceased had ties to the Clintons and even some possessed potential damaging information. This says the coincidences are too numerous to ignore, and the intrigue only intensifies. Examine each case. I'm gonna go on to list an astonishing list. Over 50 people here who have been tied to the Clintons that have unlived themselves or been directly killed, that have been tied back to them in some way, shape, or form. But at first, Let's go ahead and pull up this, this audio here. There's a couple clips of some people that you might appreciate, uh, talking about the Clinton body count as we preempt this wonderful, beautiful list here together. All right, so the first one let's listen to is going to be from the two Bears one, uh, cave Podcast, , which is Tom Segura. Um, talking about this, which I find to be pretty funny. . All right. And here we go. Are insane. Yeah. That you just get so like everybody's just like you want in on this? Yeah. Also, would you like to give a speech? Yeah. It's 500 grand. Yeah. for you to talk about what, what it was like to be president? Yeah. Okay. Yeah. When I was president it was pretty wild. Yeah. Like it's fucking, that's, you get 500 grand for that shit. Big time. They do a series, write a book. 15 million advance, and they're not giving you that money to curry favor. They're doing it cuz they really wanna hear what you have to say. Yeah. They wanna hear what Hillary Hill, you know, we gotta regulate Wall Street. And then you look at her tour schedule, she's like, bear Stearns, JP Morgan , you're going. That's weird. Yeah, no, that's a fun one, by the way, when you talk about conspiracy theories. Yeah. The most fun. , I think is the Clinton family stuff. Like, and, and it's fun because there's a lot of, there are, it's like, uh, six degrees of separation, but six degrees of death with death. Clinton. Yeah. So many people that are like associated former employees, colleagues, they're like dead, dead, dead. Yeah. then, uh, what is it, Clinton Road, Epstein's playing like, I don't know, half a dozen times or more. He, I think he was the pilot of it at one point. Yeah, , I think he was driving it. He was always on that thing. He was fucking on that thing, dude. And they're like, ask him about ep. Yeah. I mean he was like a gold fire. We're talking about money . Yeah, that's it. He was like a gold medallion, like frequent flyer, frequent fly a lot of miles on that plane. What'd you do when you got to that island? Ah, we golfed the beach. It's a beach. Yeah. Golf. You've been to an island? Yeah. Great golf. Yeah, we golfed on that tiny little uh, uh, secret island. The amount of people that have died. That we're close to them. It is. It's like a have you look up Clinton body count. Yeah, it's a little weird. It is a little weird. It's a little weird. It is a fun one. I would get into . It's got his own Wikipedia , is it? Oh, it's a discredited conspiracy theory. Excuse. No, they pulled up Wikipedia and there is actually a Wikipedia page all around the Clinton body count that is the title of the Wikipedia. Clinton body count. There's so many, and then there's this creepy picture of both of them standing there with these murderous smiles on their face. next to the words Clinton body count. Like imagine there's, there's no Trump body count. There's no bush body count, although there should be for that one. Um, I wonder how big that ticker would look like. Um, but there is a Clinton body count, Wikipedia page, and then entire page dedicated to it. Excuse me, please. Sorry. I forget. Alleged victims. There's. , former finance co-chairman, uh, Victor Razor. Mary Mohan White House intern. Didn't wanna suck it. Dead. , uh, Vince Foster, of course, it was a big one. Big one that would be a White House. Uh, council found dead in Fort Marcy Park in Virginia, outside Washington. Autopsy determined he was shot in the. His death was ruled as suicide by five official investigations where remains the subject of conspiracy theories. Um, for knowing too much about the Clintons. Seth Rich, everybody knows Seth Rich. Mm-hmm. , uh, unsolved Murder still. Jeffrey Epstein. Um, we talked about him. Christopher Sign wrote the news of a meeting. Oh man, this was, this was huge. And was, um, thought. Greatly sway the election. Oh yeah. In 16, this is when, uh, Clinton met with then Attorney General Loretta Lynch. Um, and it was like, it was, so it was like, uh, we're on the tarmac. Hey, why don't you like pull that plane back up for a second. . I want to have a quick chat. Yeah. Um, and sign was found dead in his Alabama home. His death. Anyways. It, it is so crazy. There's a literal dedicated Wikipedia page, and, and how there's so many people that have talked about this. Now, Epstein's an interesting one, and, and, and let me preface this all with this. These are all just conspiracy theories, folks. It's very, very possible that the Clintons have never done anything wrong at all. They're just very nice people with the best interest of our, you know, nation at hand. And just everybody has these silly little thoughts about them. Like, I don't know, you killed a bunch of people. It's very, very, very real. I don't think the Clintons killed. I'm winking. I don't think that at all. Right. Um, so, you know, I like my life. I, I, I don't want to be found somewhere with a, a, you know, a, a beautifully written note in a field somewhere that is cursive. That, that looks nothing like mine stating how I am done with this world. So, you know, this is all conspiracy theories. This is all thought experiments folks. We're just messing around . Uh, so let's, let's move on here. But Epstein's an interesting one, the reason that people think Epstein now, now again, in this fun little world of conspiracies, I don't think Hillary Clinton is walking around with a knife in, in a, a. Six shooter in her pocket in a, a cowboy hat with a mustache killing all these people. I, I don't think that, I think they're probably. Allegedly hiring very, very high cost mercenaries that all of these people in these very elite societies have some sort of access to. You know, and, and this is something that you'll see next in the clip of, of Duncan Trussel and Joe Rogan talking about this. And by the way, Duncan Tru Duncan Trussel, of everybody that I listened to, even, even more than Joe Rogan even. He's top three for me, it's like Lex Friedman, um, Duncan Trestle. Those would be my top two, um, and I can throw some other people in there. Russell Branch or Rogan, like there's some, some, some great people out there that are Andrew Huberman that are doing great. Um, great work in the podcast, uh, scheme. But Duncan Trussell's conversations with Joe Rogan. If you do nothing else with podcasts besides listen to my entire library, , which I hope you do. Go listen to every Joe Rogan Duncan Trestle podcast, and then come back here and thank me. Uh, it's, it's just incredible, incredible conversations. He's such an interesting dude, and we'll listen to them, uh, here in just a moment. But, um, back to the conversation at hand, I don't think it's Hillary Clinton with a mustache and a cowboy hat and the six shooter and a knife walking around killing all these people. They're very, very highly paid Merc. all around the world. This is a real thing, uh, the cia, red Squad, the, the, um, right. All there's, there's all of these different, uh, teams that are go from being high, high up at the tip of the spear special missions units in, in the military, um, in, in whatever country that they're serving to going and making. And, and maybe I'm wrong, but it seems like it's a probably a pretty strong possibility that if you are in one of those extremely, extremely high positions, there's some real money to be made If you can get in and get outta somewhere and do a, a dirty deed done dirt cheap to quote ac d c , um, there's probably some money to be made and if there was money to be, Right. The book deals that they're talking about, the 14 million advances, even if just, you know, 250,000 goes to, uh, eliminating some random woman who a accuses your husband of grabbing her ass during a, a campaign that you don't need that negativity on, eh, quarter mill doesn't seem too bad. That's like. A fifth of a, a speech at JP Morgan Chase for the Clintons . So let's, let's listen to this next clip. This is Duncan Trestle and Joe Rogan talking about the Clinton body count. Now to preface this, they are sitting here in the revolutionary wartime wigs, uh, big white wigs with, uh, big coats. Um, it's, it's a site to be seen, but, um, this is, uh, Let's see if it even tells us which episode. Um, no, but here we go. It's, it's, it's good stuff. How many guys that have been killed or died rather, I should say, by suicide, accidental suicide through, uh, auto erotic asphyxiation when they have like a vibrator up their ass and they're wearing a fucking wetsuit. Yeah, and they're, they're hanging. How many of those guys were just. I What percentage? A lot. Half. How many of them work for the fucking Clinton's? There's your answer. Oh man. Did that Clinton, the last that, that's who? The last guy. Wow. Like they're not even trying. To make it secret , and we're gonna, we're gonna get to this one a, a bit too, but they talk about it in this, so it's, it's crazy. The most recent one that is like the most obvious Clinton, uh, with the mustache and, and a six shooter and the cowboy hat situation is, is, is this one that they're about to talk about. It's, it's so crazy that this is like, and Trump's getting indicted for moving money in the wrong place with a misdemeanor and it's this huge orde. That's, it's so crazy. It's like you saying there's a Clinton body count makes you a conspiracy theorist. Yeah. Like there's how many, but like I, you know, it's just a lot of coincidences dunking. You're not supposed to know that many people who've committed suicide. Like, you know what I mean? Like if I knew. 30. Like if 30 people that used to work for me had committed suicide and I didn't have something to do with it, like I would start going crazy , I would shut down my business. Yeah. I'd be like, you know, I don't know if it's me or it's something about me, but everyone who works for me, lots of people that work for me, they kill themselves. So I'm not doing it anymore. I'm gonna like get a little apartment. You know, just like, just ride out the rest of my life. I'm gonna get a cabin and start writing books, write books, whatever. Just know, I don't want, I don't want any more people to die. But yeah, that body count thing is really like, what's the number? What I, I don't know. I think it's, what's it up to, Jamie? Supposedly 39. 39, I think 39 people that you, that you've worked with. Died like in the gym, they have these accidents. It's like, imagine you have Putin's body count. It's only like 20. Like it's way higher. Yeah. If, uh, what is this? That's the guy. So Mark Middleton dead at 59. Clinton special advisor who let Epstein into the White House seven times dies. Um, this is a sun report, just so, oh, the sun. Of course. I'm reading how it's clarity. So scroll up a little bit. What's the, . It's like, uh, you know, a lot of celebrity news and a lot of salacious news, yeah. It's like, it's a little bit fun. It's like a fun newspaper. So sad, sad, fun stories that doesn't, wait, what are they saying? Just so that we, it doesn't show the weird parts about it. Just find the one where it shows it. Yeah. Find the, there's an article about his suicide. He, uh, hung himself with an extension cord and shot himself in the chest and shot simultaneous. Yeah, like Yo , I mean, this one is family, uh, of Bill Clinton advisor who admitted Jeffrey Epstein into White House seven times, has blocked release of files detailing the death scene after he was found hanging from a tree with a shotgun blast at a ranch 30 miles from his home. Kids, kids monsters are. Okay. Here's the problem with conspiracy theories. There's so many people that are willing to jump on so many of 'em. Yeah. So many dumb ones. Yeah. That it muddies the water and it makes the, the word a pejorative. Oh, you're a conspiracy theorist. Yeah. It's like you don't think that some people occasionally conspire Like, are we in denial? Yeah. Of one of the. Basic aspects of greedy people. Sure. To conspire people with power that control. No, they stopped giant swaths of the globe. They don't do anymore. They stopped a long time ago. They used to. A long time ago. That was a long time ago. Wealthy people, you know, Royal Quartz, royalty kings or whatever. Yeah. It was intrigue and they would poison people and kill them, but they stopped because wealthy people, you know, they've learned how to be. Kinder and Nice. And the pharmaceutical company said they're sorry and they paid the money. Yeah. Everything's fine now. No, it changed. The world changed. It used to be like that. Yeah. The world's beautiful now It's perfect. It's fine. No one would ever do that. No one's resort to that kind of murdering thing, like Yeah, nobody would. I mean, the, our armies do it, but aside from our armies, no. People who are in charge of the armies would do it when they're off work. . When they're off work. So let's, let's explore some of the lists here. So, so there's, there's a, the attack happened here early Sunday morning, 27 year old. Here's Seth Rich. Here's, here's, uh, one of the most, um, consistently talked about one. So let's, let's let this play for a minute, cuz it just comes right up after that one and we'll see if anything comes out of it. Seth Rich is one of the most famous cases about the Epsteins or about the Epstein, about the Clintons. Seth Rich seen here in his LinkedIn profile. Picture murdered as he walked in a neighborhood. He called home. Seth Rich was shot twice in the back in what police said. Looked like a botched robbery. He was taken to hospital, but died two hours later, just one of 139 murders in the DC area. Last. Still, the death of somebody linked to Hillary Clinton's campaign was enough to set the internet, a light with theories about what might have really happened. In August, WikiLeaks offered a $20,000 reward. And then on Dutch television, WikiLeaks found in Julian Assange suggested that Rich was his source for the Democrats emails. I'm suggesting that our sources, uh, take risks and they are, they become concern. Uh, to see things occurring, uh, like that. But was he one of your sources then? I mean, we don't comment on who our sources are, but why make the suggestion about a young guy being shot in the streets of Washington? Because, uh, we have to understand, uh, how high the states are, uh, in the United States whoa. I didn't know that the WikiLeaks leaker of the DNC emails with Hillary Clinton's emails was Seth Rich. I, I hadn't gotten that far in this reading yet. . Whoa, that's crazy. And that was Julian Assange, the man himself commenting in that video, talking about it. Um, and you think he randomly got shot in the street. No way. As, as Joe Rogan put it, you'll think people sometimes conspire , like you think that's a coincidence. Absolutely. No way. They, he leaks the Hillary Clinton emails and all of a sudden he gets shot in the back twice in New York for, no, in a, in a robbery, you shoot somebody in a back, in a robbery. So let's go through some of this list here. Here's an astonishing list of individuals connected to the Clintons who met untimely ends, to say the least. All right, we'll go through some of these. I don't know if we'll go through all of them, but obviously that's a pretty damn good intro into it. Let's talk about Epstein Seth Rich, those are some pretty serious names tied to the Clintons, but let's go on, james McDougal was a key witness in Ken Starr's investigation. In Clinton's conviction or convicted whitewater partner found dead in solitary confine confinement from an apparent heart attack. Mary Mahoney former White House intern, planning to expose her story of sexual harassment was murdered in a Georgetown Starbucks. Vince Foster, former White House counselor in Hillary Clinton's colleague at Rose Law Firm ruled a suicide by gunshot wound to the head. Ron Brown, secretary of Commerce, former D N c Chairman and potential whistleblower died in a plane crash with his suspicious gunshot like hole in his skull. Hmm. Now I will, That is very hard to find. You know, like they said about the sun, it's a, like this list didn't come from Fox News, if that's your source of correct information. So take some of this with a grain of salt, but the fact that you can probably reverse engineer almost any one of these names and find the correlation and then find that they're dead in a very similar fashion than what they're talking about here. It says Victor Riser in Montgomery Riser. Major Clinton fundraisers killed in a private praying cla praying plane crash. Paul Toley, democratic National Committee political director in Clinton, confidant, found dead in Little Rock Hotel room. Ed Willy Clinton fundraiser found dead with a gunshot wound to the head in the woods of Virginia, ruled a suicide, died the same day as his wife claimed. Bill Clinton groped. Jerry Parks head of Clinton's goober Notator security team gunned down in his car. His son Claim Parks was building a dossier on Clinton. James Bunch found dead from a gunshot suicide. Reportedly had a black book containing names of influential people visiting prostitutes in Texas and Arkansas. James Wilson tied to a whistle or, uh, tied to whitewater, found dead in May, 1993 from an apparent hanging suicide. I said whistleblower, probably because of Julian Assange at this point. Um, Kathy Ferguson, ex-wife of Arkansas, trooper Danny Ferguson was found dead in May, 1994 in her living room with a gunshot to her head. it was ruled a suicide even though there were several packed suitcases as if she were going somewhere. Danny Ferguson was a co-defendant along with Bill Clinton In the Paula Jones lawsuit, Kathy Ferguson was a possible corroborating witness for Paula Jones. That is 11 of them. We can keep going. Bill Shelton or uh, Arkansas State Trooper Gunshot wound ruled a suicide critical of the suicide ruling of his fiance who was found dead in. Gandy Baugh. Attorney for Clinton's friend died of jumping out of a window in 1994. His client was a convicted drug distributor, Florence Martin, accountant and subcontractor for the cia. Uh, Suzanne Coleman reportedly had an affair with Clinton when he was an Arkansas attorney, uh, died of a gunshot wound to the back of her head pregnant at the time of her death. Paula gr. Clinton's speech interpreter for the death from 1978 until her death December, 1992. She died in one car crash. Eh, that might be bullshit, people die of car crashes. Danny Castro in investigative reporter investigating Mina Airport and Arkansas Development Finance Authority slit his wrists apparently in the middle of his investigation into Clinton's, Paula Wichner, John Walker. Barbara Weiss says that, uh, commerce Department staffer worked closely with Ron Ba Brown and John Hong cause of death unknown. Charles Messer goes on and on and on. Dr. Stanley heard right, how many people had to die , how many people died around them before you start to ask questions, like I, I. I don't know that many people that have died. Like there's a, a small handful of people that I've ever run into, let alone people who have shot themselves. And maybe it's like sixth degree of SEP separation, but like, these aren't six degrees, this is like first, second degree, um, Kevin Ives and Don Henry, known as the Boys on the track case reports say the boys may have stumbled upon the Mena Arkansas's airport drug operation. The controversial case. The initial report of death said due to falling asleep on railroad tracks. Later reports claim the two boys had been slain before being placed on the tracks. Many linked the case, uh, linked to the case died before their testimony could come before a. Yeah. Get the point. And this even going all the way up to Hillary's 2016 presidential run, um, world renowned space economist Molly McCauley, brutally murdered in Baltimore as she, uh, had testified before Congress many times. She was vice president at Resource for the Future, and in the junk professor at John Hopkins University, she was stabbed to death while walking her dogs in Baltimore Park. Her name is on this list because of her ties in Washington as well as her death just days before the murder of Seth. Hmm, interesting. And then we get to Seth Rich, if, if none of these other ones even matter, like let's talk about the, I dunno, eight or nine bodyguards that were in there, , if none of those matter. You want to talk about Seth Rich? That is one of the craziest ones, and, and this, this article that I found to even talks about it being a possible connection. Julia Assange just. Told us everything. But the fact that sh, he was the one that gave them that information, right, gave them access to all of the emails. Crazy. And then it goes on to talk about John Ash, Victor Thorns, John Lucas, and the list goes on, so, so many people from whistleblowers to bodyguards. These deaths have, have, should at least raise some eyebrows. If you have 52 people around you that are in some way or shape or form associated with you, or were coming after you in some legal manner and they just so happen to die. And that's somehow always related to potentially suicides, gunshot wounds. Right. There's a fair amount of plane crashes. Right. And then Mark Middleton, the one that Joe Rogan and Duncan Trust were talking about. But as the body count climbs the likelihood of this, like the think of the likelihood, how, how many people do you know that have died? Now think of how many people you know that have died tragically. Now think of how many people you know that have died tragically, were coming after you legally and also so happened to commit suicide. Like the, the, the, the, the statistics aren't in their favor, . So as we talk about this, Donald Trump is being Indic. For moving money to pay off an NDA from a. Home equity line, that's what we're talking about here. for his body count with a porn star next to the 52 names that I just listed that have to do with the Clintons, and I'm sorry if I bored you with some of those names, but it's just pretty wild when you go through some of 'em. And again, I'm not claiming some of those or all of them, or even one of them has to do with the Clinton's in in Hillary with a mustache and a cowboy hat and a six shooter going off and killing all these people. But I am saying it's pretty damn weird. Maybe. Maybe the Manhattan District Attorney should be looking at that instead of Trump's payments to Stormy Daniels from a pote, a possible home equity line , like he mismarked his, his tax return. Right. Maybe just, maybe that's, that's something that should be considered, but I thought that was a fun way of going about this conversation. Right. The body. Compared to the body count, right, Trump's one body count was Stormy Daniels sexually compared to the 52 body counts of the Clinton's, uh, murdery sprees allegedly. Is, uh, an interesting comparison to say the least. So on that note, thank you so much for listening today. I appreciate it from the bottom of my heart. I truly do. I, I love doing this. I, it amazes me every day, um, that we have such an awesome community. Uh, follow me on Instagram, the Adams Archive, uh, truth, social, the Adams Archive. Everywhere you get your podcast, we have a YouTube channel, youTube. You can watch the video every single week. 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