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The Options Insider Radio Network
The Option Block 1158: CPI Rally, Earnings Madness and a Dose of Levity

The Options Insider Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 55:26


HOST: MARK LONGO, THE OPTIONS INSIDER MEDIA GROUPCO-HOST: MIKE TOSAW, ST. CHARLES WEALTH MANAGEMENT CO-HOST: ANDREW GIOVINAZZI, THE OPTION PIT IN THIS EPISODE MARK, UNCLE MIKE, AND THE ROCK LOBSTER BREAK DOWN: THE LATEST IN THE OPTIONS MARKETS INCL AMC, MSFT MOST ACTIVE EQUITY OPTIONS TODAY INCLUDING KBH, TSM, INFY, BAC, C, JPM, UAL, AA, NFLX UNUSUAL OPTIONS ACTIVITY IN KBH, RKT, LILAK WHAT'S ON OUR RADAR FOR THE REST OF THE WEEK AND WEEKEND AND MUCH MORE

TD Ameritrade Network
A Tale Of Two Skies For Airline Stocks

TD Ameritrade Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 8:51


So far, 7,000 flights were delayed, says Caleb Silver. He discusses how flights have started to resume after U.S. domestic flights were grounded this morning. He then goes over how DAL, UAL, and AAL are outperforming, while LUV and JBLU are underperforming. He also previews DAL's earnings. He notes that DAL expects a 500% increase in EPS year-over-year. Tune in to find out more about the stock market today.

This is Ag!
13. Dr. Rosemary Ku - Chief Medical Officer of UnitedAg, UnitedAg's ethos, health innovation, patient member experience, increasing access to quality healthcare, social determinants of health and much more.

This is Ag!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 30:05


My guest Dr. Rosemary Ku is the Chief Medical Officer of UnitedAg.Rosemary is a practicing physician with dual-board certification in Internal Medicine and Preventive Medicine. She majored in Molecular Biology with a Certificate in Neuroscience at Princeton University and went on to obtain her MD/MBA from Columbia University and Masters in Public Health in Health Policy and Management from UC Berkeley. Rosemary joined the UnitedAg team as Chief Medical Officer in 2019.My conversation with Dr. Ku brings out the ethos of UnitedAg. Dr. Ku reminds us that the story of human connectedness is not just a one to one relationship with a member but a relationship with the entire community.  We also talk about the impact  of long term thinking on the overall healthcare cost, and much more. Please enjoy our conversation. This episode is sponsored by UnitedAg,  one of the largest association health plans to offer healthcare to the agriculture industry of California and Arizona.  Kirti Mutatkar, President and CEO of UnitedAg. Reach me kmutatkar@unitedag.org, www.linkedin.com/in/kirtimutatkarUnitedAg's website - www.unitedag.orgThe episode is also sponsored by Brent Eastman Insurance Services Inc. - https://brenteastman.com/Blue Shield of California - https://www.blueshieldca.com/Elite Medical - https://www.elitecorpmed.com/Gallagher - https://www.ajg.com/SAIN Medical - https://sainmedical.com/ 

Sin Sucursal
E58 - Pierpaolo Barbieri: Founder & CEO Ualá

Sin Sucursal

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 33:19


Bienvenidos a un nuevo episodio de Sin Sucursal. Les recordamos que lanzamos nuestro Newsletter semanal, Minuta Fintech, que es un resumen de lo más relevante de la industria fintech. Suscribite gratis acá:https://www.getrevue.co/profile/sinsucursal. Para cerrar la temporada, nos dimos el gusto de hablar nuevamente con Pierpaolo Barbieri, Founder & CEO de Ualá. Habíamos hablado hace más de dos años y aprovechamos para repasar el recorrido de su Fintech hasta hoy en día y además hablar del contexto tech actual y los desafíos que se vienen. Si les gustó el programa, nos pueden ayudar compartiéndolo con sus amigos! También nos pueden seguir en redes: Twitter: https://twitter.com/SinSucursal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sin.sucursal Todos nuestros episodios los encontrás en: https://anchor.fm/sin-sucursal #fintech #podcast #newsletter #pagos #payments #bank #digitalbank

Fintech Nexus
Fintech Nexus News Show - December 8, 2022

Fintech Nexus

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 30:30


Today, we focused on Latin America in preparation for Fintech Nexus LatAm next week. We discussed important fintech news stories from Mercado Libre, WhatsApp, PIX, Nubank, Ualá, Brazil, Binance, Plaid, IMF, Destacame and more.

Hablando con Expertos
Lista de consejos para enfrentar la inflación

Hablando con Expertos

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 29:15


En este podcast la country manager de Ualá en Colombia, Natalia Ríos, da un listado de recomendaciones financieras para hacer que el dinero alcance más, jutso ahora cuando todo está caro por la inflación.

This is Ag!
12. Alex Van Wingerden - Owner and CEO of Westland Floral, Gallup Stribling Orchids and Alexander Ranch, beautiful products grown with integrity and much more.

This is Ag!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 26:29


My guest is Alex Van Wingerden is the owner and CEO of Westland Floral, Gallup & Stribling Orchids and Alexander Ranch.  Westland Floral traces its roots to the 17th century and the Cornelis Van Wingerden family of the Westland region of the Netherlands. For fifteen generations, the knowledge and passion for cultivating flowers, fruits, and vegetables under glasshouses have passed from one generation to the next.The story of Westland Floral evolves into the 21st century with the journey of four Van Wingerden brothers to America in 1967. Lured by the promise of prosperity and the American dream, the “Dutch Brothers” came in search of farmland where they could cultivate a better life. The brothers brought with them their families, the spirit of entrepreneurship, horticultural knowledge, and a passion for farming.Westland Floral  website - http://westlandfloral.com/, https://gallup-stribling.com/westlandfloral/ and https://alexanderranchinc.com/contact/sister-companies/This episode is sponsored by UnitedAg,  one of the largest association health plans to offer healthcare to the agriculture industry of California and Arizona.  Kirti Mutatkar, President and CEO of UnitedAg. Reach me kmutatkar@unitedag.org, www.linkedin.com/in/kirtimutatkarUnitedAg's website - www.unitedag.orgThe episode is also sponsored by Brent Eastman Insurance Services Inc. - https://brenteastman.com/Blue Shield of California - https://www.blueshieldca.com/Elite Medical - https://www.elitecorpmed.com/Gallagher - https://www.ajg.com/SAIN Medical - https://sainmedical.com/ 

La Estrategia del Día Argentina
Se agranda la ola de despidos, cuánto cayeron los sueldos desde 2012 y BCRA ratifica meta de inflación

La Estrategia del Día Argentina

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 5:51


En este capítulo 218 te contamos sobre los despidos en Ualá y Tiendanube, la caída de los salarios en dólares en la última década y el objetivo que ratificó para el IPC el BCRA en 2023. Además, Mariano Espina con lo último de la política en Recintos del Poder. [Contenido Patrocinado] El capítulo de hoy llega gracias a Mastercard. Haz clic aquí y encuentra información sobre su podcast, “EXMA/VERSE Powered by Mastercard”, con la conducción de Roberto Ramírez Laverde, Vicepresidente Senior de Mercadotecnia y Comunicación de Mastercard para América Latina y el Caribe; y Fernando Anzures, CEO y fundador de EXMA, quienes conversan con personalidades del mundo del marketing.

Marval Legal Voice
#44 Hablemos de diversidad e inclusión: Impulsando una cultura inclusiva

Marval Legal Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 64:53


Durante 2022, en Marval O'Farrell Mairal realizamos un  Marval Live Talks titulado: "Hablemos de diversidad e inclusión: Impulsando una cultura inclusiva". Los invitamos a escucharlo por medio del siguiente podcast donde revivirán el evento dedicado a la temática, en el cual se debatieron iniciativas vinculadas con la inclusión de personas de la comunidad LGBTTIQ+ en las empresas.Contó con la participación de Maximiliano Cuello Bratina (Asociado, Marval), Cynthia Zarranz (Directora de Legales de la región Cono Sur, Cargill), Paola Colabardini (Líder de Customer Operations & Facilities Support, Cargill), Ezequiel Massa (Jefe de Diversidad e Inclusión, SAP), Andrés Tosi (Customer Success & Consulting Finance Manager, Microsoft), Manuel Franck (Jefe de staff, Ualá) y Gonzalo Márquez Alonso de la Bárcena (Asociado Senior, Marval).

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Pod
My London Legacy - Welcome to East Bank

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 18:32


The London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics showcased the best of sporting achievement from around the world, but the Games, with their opening and closing ceremonies and the Cultural Olympiad were always much more than that. And ten years on and the best of the art, music, dance and fashion are about to return in style to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.East Bank is one of the world's largest and most ambitious culture and education districts. The ambition of the project is recognised in the name – East Bank – which will complement London's other major arts centres, such as the South Bank. In this latest episode of My London Legacy, we focus on four of the world's leading brands that are moving to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and creating a cluster of commerce, technology, manufacture, retail, education and the creative arts - UAL's London College of Fashion, the BBC, Sadler's Wells and the V&A. Welcome to East Bank!(

Red Pill Revolution
Satanic Balenciaga, Killer Robotic Police & Based Elon

Red Pill Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 59:34


In this week's episode, we discuss Balenciaga being in trouble for posting an ad campaign with children, BDSM teddy bears, and satanic undertones; ElonMusk threatening to come out with his own smartphone if apple or google remove Twitter from the app store; The hero Mom from Uvalde being threatened by the police department not to talk; Killer Robots proposed by the San Francisco Police Department; Epstein's victims suing JP Morgan chase for being complicit in Epstein's crimes.  Subscribe and leave a 5-star review! ----more---- Donate to support the show by going to https://givesendgo.com/redpillrevolution   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 austin@redpillrevolution.co if you would like to sign up in a different state   ----more---- Full Transcription  Welcome to the Revolution. Hello and welcome to Red Pill Revolution. My name is Austin Adams, and thank you so much for listening. Today we are doing a little bit of catch up here. There has been about a week and a half that has gone by since our last episode. So we have a few things to catch up on here. Uh, the very first one being. Elon Musk talking about releasing the Hunter Biden laptop. Internal discussions from Twitter, calling it necessary to restore public trust. Also, Elon Musk saying that he may have to create his own smartphone if Apple and Google remove Twitter from the app store. The next thing we're gonna look at is the New York Post, coming out with something talking about San San Francisco police, uh, proposal, which would allow cops to kill suspects with robots. The next thing will be the you validate mom. You remember that that woman, that hero who jumps the fence after being, uh, basically arrested by the police somewhat and then let go and then jumped the fence, saved her kids and ran out, said that afterwards, the police threatened her about speaking out on the issue. Yeah. Heard that right. Then we're gonna touch on the Valencia situation. If you didn't hear about this, Valencia came out with some questionable, does not even describe it. Disgusting. Uh, ad campaigns with children and these teddy bears in like BDSM and, and all of this like really creepy undertones. If you just look at the surface and then you start to dive a little deeper into past campaigns, and it starts to make a little bit more sense that this has not only been this campaign, but it has been a theme with Valencia over the last few years. Interest. Other than that, we will also touch on Epstein's accuser suing Deutsch Bank and JP Morgan Chase saying that they were complicit in his crimes, and we will look at why. Again, all of that more. But the first thing I need you to do is go ahead and hit that subscribe button for me. Subscribe starts with a na, ends with a subscribe. It's right there on the screen sitting there on your phone. Just go ahead and hit that real quick for me. Takes 10 seconds out of your day. 10 seconds would be a very long time to click a button. Uh, but if, even if it does take you 10 seconds , it'll still be worth it and I will appreciate it even more. Hit that subscribe button. Leave a five star review. It would mean the world to me. Type something nice in there. And then head over to red pill revolution.coo.com is for losers red pill revolution.co. You can get, uh, sign up for the newsletter, the sub stack right directly on there, which has all of the links, all of the articles, the podcast directly to your email inbox every single week. So without further ado, thank you so much for listening and 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 spoonfed 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 started with Elon Musk saying he's going to release the internal Twitter discussions that were had during the Hunter Biden laptop story, saying that it is quote, necessary to restore public trust. I mean, yeah, you're gonna have a hard time restoring public trust in general on most media situations, but Twitter I, I think you know, Elon Musk is on the right track here. So let's go ahead and read this. This is coming from the daily wire.com. Elon Musk may release information on Twitter's internal discussions regarding censorship of stories about Hunter Biden's laptop prior to the 2020 election. The newly established CEO suggested on we. Musk took over toward your last month in a $44 billion deal and pursued an aggressive overhaul of the social media platform. Yes, we know this. Firing thousands of workers and adjusting the site's approach to account suspensions and censorship. Since then, Donald Trump has been reinstated, um, along with a few others, but Donald Trump being the biggest one. Um, and Alex, the Lord, the God, whatever. Uh, something like that, one of those two, the Lord or the God, I don't know, pretty close, uh, says, raise your hand if you think Elon Musk should make public all internal discussions about the decision to censor the New York Post story on Hunter Biden's laptop before the 2020 election. In the, in interest of transparency, Elon tweeted back, this was two days ago, and said, this is necessary to. Public trust. Now, I, for one, would love to see all of the, uh, internal documents that show, you know, uh, seemingly something that normally project Veritas would have to, uh, bait and switch some poor liberal bastard into going to dinner with some woman  to get out of them. Um, in this case, seems like Elon might just do it on his own, right? He'll, he basically has access to the Slack channels, has access to the internal email documents. And since he has that access, he could just release it all, which would be ideal and really probably show us exactly what was happening and including the fact that the FBI said that they or Mark Zuckerberg pointed to the fact that the FBI contacted them regarding the story to tell them to flag it, basically that, oh, there's been some talkings of Russian misinformation. Uh, so that makes it, uh, quite interesting. Two, because we could even see information out of this that shows that Twitter colluded with the fbi, just as Mark Zuckerberg alluded to prior to this, which would make it an interesting storyline to, uh, continue to unravel. It goes on to say that the New York Post first reported messages from Biden's laptop in October, 2020 weeks before a presidential election. Social media giants, including Twitter, cracked down on the story to prevent its spread current. And for Nat former national security officials claimed at the time that the Biden story was likely Russian disinformation and they veiled attempt for Moscow to intervene in elections. Yeah, no, besides the fact, the only people that were a part of the being Russian was all of the Russian hookers. Hunter Biden purchased that he was speaking to on his laptop and all the crazy disgusting pictures and images that were also on there, allegedly, not that I've seen them. Um, the media outlets such as The Washington Examiner, CBS News, the New York Times, the Washington Post, have confirmed the laptops, contents and messages in part regarding foreign business deals Hunter Biden worked on in Ukraine, China, and elsewhere. Now, I don't know if there's anything else on this article. Doesn't look like it, but that would be pretty cool. Uh, good step in the right direction from Elon Musk being the CEO of Twitter now for, I don't know, maybe a month. Uh, and within those few months, A few weeks has done some pretty interesting things, including firing like half of Twitter , half of their workforce, uh, you know, and, and which probably makes sense cuz you don't want half of your workforce hating you. Like if you wanna stay, stay, if you don't, that's fine too. And then sent out a, an email that I passingly read this, something about, you know, we're gonna start working a lot harder, we're gonna be a lot more focused. Uh, some things like that. So Elon Musk. Now the next thing that Elon Musk did was he, this happened today, made a response, uh, in a tweet to Liz Wheeler. Uh, Liz Wheeler is the correspondent for oan, I think it's o n. Um, and this article is coming again from the Daily Wire. Uh, had some troubles finding good articles this week for some reason, uh, a lot of these stories were just kind of floating out there without very many good. Places talking about them. So here's one by the Daily Wire continuing the Elon Musk situation where it says that Elon Musk said Friday that he will start to create smartphones. If Apple and Google removed Twitter from their app stores, a move that would be highly damaging to the social media company. I wonder. Oh, I guess, yeah, talking about Apple and Google. So, uh, must remarks came in response to a tweet from a political commentator, Liz Wheeler, who wrote, if Apple and Google boot Twitter from their app stores, Elon Musk should produce his own smartphone. Half of the country would, uh, happily ditch the bias snooping iPhone and Android. She said, the man builds rockets to Mars. A silly little smartphone should be easy, right?  must responded and said, I certainly hope it does not come to that. But yes, if there is no other choice, I will make an alternative phone, which would probably be a very easy task for Elon Musk, as Liz alluded to. Uh, yeah, he definitely is probably equipped for the job to make his own phone. Now, if there was a Tesla phone. Overnight. And now this is kind of like a, uh, a saber rattling between the two businesses. Now, I, I haven't heard of talks of Apple or Android getting rid of Twitter. That would be a very, uh, I mean, they did it with Parlor, right? When they had dissenting opinions, they just literally just took its platform from them. But I, I think that would be stupid. And, and Elon did a very smart move here, which said that if you do do this, there will be repercussions, not only for my business, but for your business too. So press the red button with caution because it's not only gonna hurt Twitter's bottom line, but it's also gonna hurt Apple and Google because if Elon Musk came out with a phone, it, it's probably gonna be the best phone there is by far It's just what the man does, and it's probably gonna be half the price and. You're not gonna have Apple and Google constantly sifting through all of your stuff all of the time without any privacy whatsoever. So it would immediately plummet. I, I wonder who stock would be hit worse? Would it be Twitters getting pulled from Google or Apple, or would it be Apple and Google for Elon starting his own smartphone company, which I think he should do anyways. Honestly, I, I, for one, would definitely be purchasing the Tesla phone over the , over a iPhone or an Android, as long as it proved itself to be a good alternative, which I'm sure it would, because everything Elon must seems to put his hands on does fairly well. It goes on to say that the statement from Musk comes a mid pressure from advertisers and left wing activists to police content that they deemed be hate speech. Must responded to the pressure campaign this week by saying that the company had cracked down on hate speech, hate speech impressions, down by one third from pre spike levels. Uh, congrats to the Twitter team. I have half a mind to wag my finger at the 1500 accounts that caused the spike, but I shall for bear. Reducing the max allowed tweets per day to a number below what a speed typist on math could do was helpful. , uh, this is, uh, simply based on the same list of terms that Twitter has used for some time. So, Centris, Perus Musk responded. This is, uh, okay, that was today. Must announce on Thursday that he was going to grant a mass amnesty to accounts that had been previously banned on the platform. Must made the decision in response to the final results of a poll, tweeted Wednesday, the platform will begin un banning accounts in mass except for those who broke the law or engaged in excessive spam. Next week, more than 3 million users voted on the poll, and the vote was overwhelmingly in favor of amnesty. Nearly three quarters of voters, 72% said yes, and 27% voted no. Uh, the people had spoken was the response of Musk. So Musk doing some good work against the big tech companies and we might find out later that he is just, uh, uh, you know, maybe just a big, uh, I don't know. I don't know. Something, something. There's always some whispers about Elon Musk out there,  being, being, uh, a part of the big. I think there's some background regarding his mother and where the money got. I don't know. There's, there's some, there's some questions to be had about Elon, but I tend to make decisions based off of people's act actions. And so far his actions have led me to believe nothing other than the fact that he has good intentions with the things that he's doing. So that's my thoughts on Elon Musk. Now, the next thing that we're gonna go into is going to be that San Francisco police have a proposal which would allow them to give robots shoot to kill orders. I heard that right? In true dystopian fashion, , that how terrifying is that? And especially in, in, in the wake of 87,000 new IRS agents, uh, knocking on your door with murderous robots. And if it happens in San Francisco, you bet it's coming to a city near you. Uh, so this goes on to say that a San Francisco police proposal could give cops in the city the ability to kill suspects using remote controlled robots. A draft policy that details the controversial proposal states lethal, forced by robots would be allowed if there was a deadly threat to cops of the public. Robots will be able to use, be used as a deadly force option when risk of loss of life to members of the public or officers are imminent and outweigh any other force option available. Okay, that's terrifying. That is terrifying. Now just imagine, you know, all of the ego that goes in the policing because these aren't gonna be AI robots determining the hierarchy of force. Like these are going to be robots, at least initially, who are having their decisions made for them based on flawed, sometimes egotistical, sometimes, uh, Without a better way to put it. Uh, there's, there's bad cops too, right? There's bad cops too. Now, now, obviously that's not all cops, and I'm very pro-police. I, I have nothing to do with the, uh, defund the police movement, which was completely idiotic. But there's definitely flawed police officers, just like there's flawed, everybody else. And to give a flawed person in a position of power, the ultimate power also, without having to pull the trigger themselves, there's a certain thing that happens in your mind, I assume, when you are a police officer, and you have to decide whether or not to take someone's life or not. Now, when you can remove yourself from one of those steps of humanity, which is actually pulling the trigger, being the thing that was the thing, like it's, it's, it's much easier, I would assume, for drone pilots to drop bombs. Air force pilots who are actually in the plane, knowing where they're dropping them at low levels, right. Like to just, to me, there, there's, there's another, there's a sense of responsibility removed when you're going to have police officers who can kill somebody without even having to do it themselves. Just pressing a, a button. Now you can argue that, you know, pulling the trigger is basically just pressing a button too. But there's something to the fact that it is you holding that thing in your hand and not, you know, pushing that responsibility off to some, uh, mechanical, uh, unemotional unhuman being that will eventually, because that, that's the problem with this is like robots, like the term I would be interested to see the actual draft legislation, but when you say robots, Right? Or like autonomous. Are they suspicious? Device assessments? Uh, if the draft is passed, the robots could be used during arrest. Critical incidents, the execution of a warrant or during suspicious device assessments. Now just imagine them pulling you over and instead of the cop knocking on your door , you have fucking robo cop sitting there as a, uh, a blowup doll controlled by the cop who's actually in the car. So that didn't even have to get out of their vehicle anymore. And then you start doing that from a control center in the middle of the city where there's never actually any police out there. Now they're just writing you tickets. Uh, Killing you, breaking down your door for your IRS funds, all without having to leave the control center in the middle of the city because now they got this legislation. So, so you can see how this could move and, and then eventually there's nobody controlling them and it's just autonomous robots who are now are overlords who have the ability to kill us if we are out of line , right? Like that's a horrifying, dystopian future. And this is actual legislation, like maybe not the second or third portion. Again, I have to see the legislation on this. I, I have not seen it. But from just, you assume the way that this is written is probably quite vague and will eventually escalate from where it begins. Right? You don't just, you don't start at murdering people with robots manually and not expect it to escalate into autonomous police forces via, I don't know, Alexa Um, so. I dunno. This, this, this is a horrifying idea. I think I, I, I don't see any future where autonomous robotic police forces with the license to kill, uh, is, is any type of good for humanity. This does add though that the Dallas Police Department used a robot to kill a suspect in 2016, accused of killing five cops in the shooting. Interesting. And then Oakland Police declined to go forward with a similar proposal that would allow them to use lethal force robots after initially putting the idea forward. Wow. Uh, this says critics including Tiffany Moyer, a senior staff attorney at the Lawyers Committee of the Civil Rights of San Francisco, um, blasted the proposal. We are living in a dystopian future where we debate whether the police may use robots to execute citizens without a trial, jury or judge. Yeah. What the hell? How says the department has 17 robots, but none of them have ever been used to attack An individual said, a spokesperson from the police force. Well, thank God for that. Like Yeah, but you're asking if they can. Geez. How crazy. How terrifying. Let's see, what if anybody had anything to say? Um, yeah, they will absolutely find ways to abuse this. Uh, Robots will be used as del This is literally the same thing they said when they initially militarized the police nationwide resulting in distrust from both sides of the ils. We forget we all started that Ruby Ridge. Hmm. What is Ruby Ridge? Interesting. Uh, now if there was a utopian future where there was no police, and again, I don't think that's utopian either, but if there was no police who were humans and there was no use of deadly force because the robot's life is never at risk of being eliminated, then there should be no use of force. So just eliminate the cops altogether. Don't do this cuz this is a terrible idea too, . But there's, there's a better future here where the robots can't kill anybody. The police aren't human. Police aren't even there. And there's no necessary use for use of force like this at all in any situation, and it just knocks on your window. Prints a receipt of how much you pay and when your court date is, and then drives off or, or even better, scan my damn license plate and then send it to me via email. . I like that idea. Maybe just, let's just not do the robocop thing altogether. It just sounds like a bad idea. All right. The next thing we're gonna talk about is this. So this is, this is so horrifying to hear about this. You validate mother. So if you recall the mother in, you validate Texas, who was originally handcuffed by police for wanting to go save her children while 70 something cops stood outside doing nothing. She wanted to go inside. They arrested her, put, detained her, I guess, didn't arrest her, detained her in handcuffs on the ground. Another police officer came over and negotiated with them, said, Hey, she's fine, da da, da. They let her, they released her. She went, jumped the fence. Saved her children left the school unscathed. Now what she is saying is that the police contacted her and threatened that if she was to speak out about what happened, that they would charge her with, what was it? Charge her with. Let's see. Some like obstruction of justice or something. So let's go ahead and read the article. This is coming from Newsweek and it says, A mother who ran into Rob Elementary school to rescue her two children during a mass shooting in Ual de Texas last week says Police threatened to violate her probation for speaking out about the incident of. Angel Gomez told CBS News on Thursday that she was forced to rush into the school after watching police fail to quickly respond to the deadly shooting. A total of 19 students and two teachers were killed when 18 gunmen, uh, when 18 year old gunman Salvador Ramos entered the school in open fire. Gosh, what a horrible day. After speaking critically about the incident to media outlets, Gomez said an officer threatened to charge her with violating probation on an unrelated charge for obstruction of justice. However, she added that she spoke to a local judge who assured her that she was brave and that she would not face legal repercussions for sharing her story. Her account comes a midday flurry of similar reports from parents and relatives who said they were on site during the devastating massacre and watched this police failed to. Gomez told the news organization that she arrived to the school while the shooting was still taking place and found that several armed officers were standing outside. She said she bagged and screamed for officers to go into the building to save her children, but the police seemed more concerned with containing parents than entering the school. Oh man. So literally threatened the woman who saved her children with obstruction of justice for attempting or or saying that she would speak out about how they didn't go in. And that's the people that you want to give killer robots to  like that. Let's, let's bring this full circle here and let's just say that me, even if out of the 80 people that all 80 armed police officers who were standing outside of there doing nothing, it was just this one who was threatening this woman who did the right thing because of his little itty bitty ego getting in the way, making him not want to be continually having to hear how they were, at least in some way, shape, or form at fault for not responding according to the way that they should have, even according to their own internal documents about school shootings. If you ever read into that or you recall the episodes that I did on it, there was documents that outlined what they should have done and they didn't do any of it. They didn't go in, they didn't like it was all outlined and how they should have approached it all leading to the fact that they should have entered the building and they didn't. Well, they, at least they didn't go to detain the guy until after he murdered 21 people, including 19 children. So crazy. So how horrible, how horrible. Like, and, and again, that's the woman who was a hero in all of this, the, the, the shining light story in all of this. And the police continue to misstep and threaten her with obstruction of justice for attempting to speak out on their doings. Disgusting. All right. And now this leads me to the bigger topic that we're gonna discuss here, which we will get into in a second actually. And, and, and first and foremost, let's touch on this because this is pretty crazy too. If you didn't hear about it, there was a shooting at a BT Q plus bar called q. Okay. Q bar or something like that. And there was like five people murdered and he shot some people, and then he got his ass beat by a bunch of trans people. And that's, you see these pictures online of him with all like terrible black eyes and stuff, which good. Absolutely. I'm glad they, they beat the shit out of him. Um, but, so there was this situation and, and then the guy who was, was the shooter came out and, and his lawyers said that he was non-binary. So the Q shooter's lawyer said that he's non-binary and this just caused like a, a, a weird miswiring in all of the liberal news media because they didn't really know how to respond to this. And so there was an anchor who was interviewing a trans woman, I think I'm getting that right. A trans woman, which is formally, is still a biological male who is dressed as a woman. Who claims to be a woman is getting interviewed on cnn. Uh, and there again, there's this like just you, you watch these people try to navigate this line of like trying to make non-binary a thing while also not giving this guy Lee Wey to be it because he doesn't appear to be non-binary and so on and so forth. So let's, let's watch this video. I find it to be quite comical and then we'll get into some of the bigger topics that we're gonna discuss here. And here we go. Natalie, when we started the show, we just got, we got a little bit of news earlier that the attorneys for the shooter, um, are now saying that the shooter is non-binary. And the shooter, the shooter, uh, would like to use the pronouns. They, them. And this is for the court in all court papers. And that's what. Um, Anderson Al Aldrich's attorneys are saying, do you have any thoughts on that? I think that's, um, complete ludicrous. Um, I believe they're just saying that because they wanna have, um, the easy way out on this. Um, that's really, really, um, offending, especially being a transgender woman myself, that a male, which it was obvious with the mugshot, that's a man that's not a non-binary person because in no way, shape or form could they appear as a woman the next day. Um, it's really offensive to even hear that, that they're. They could no way, shape, or form appear as a woman the next day because it, it would take them so much. Like Amazon Prime doesn't ship wigs and makeup it, it at least takes two days to do that. So they definitely couldn't have been a woman the next day. I, I like how they, they, he, she, the, the person being interviewed here, uh, still respects their pronouns with they, but still doesn't want to agree with them. That they could be non-binary and they don't, they could never appear to be a woman. They have not taken as, as many YouTube contouring training videos as I have, and they don't look to speak with a, a low voice to appear to be more feminine. This is so silly. It's, it is just so crazy to see this trans person. Right. And again, do you, I don't. But just seeing the hypocrisy here and, and seeing this person sitting here trying to say, well, I get to put this wig on and, and do my makeup this way and speak this way. And objectify women by, by delineating their role down to the clothes that they wear, the makeup they wear, how they roll their eyes in an interview, and then how they speak is just insulting. And then this shooter comes out and says they're non-binary. And, and this guy, this trans woman says, biological man says that, well, we don't claim them because they, they, they couldn't look like a woman the next day. Like, how does that, how does that now correlate? Cause even, even, it didn't say it was a trans. He said that he was non-binary or she, it was a he, the shooter was a he. Jesus. It's hard to not get all this mixed up in this fantasy land of, of words that we're playing in here. Uh, the fact that you have to walk that line when you're discussing these two things. But anyways, let's go ahead and watch the rest of this clip. And that's not a non-binary person because in no way, shape or form could they appear as a woman the next day. Um, it's really offensive to even hear that, that they're playing that role. Um, and if they're non-binary, why would you go after the club where you feel safe at? Why would you do that to a community where you Wait? Did they just say that it's offensive for somebody else to this? Okay, let's, this is crazy that I, I just realized this. This man pretending to be a woman is mad that this other man isn't. Pretending to be a woman well enough and that they're appropriating their culture. Meanwhile, they're this individual who is saying, this individual is appropriating their culture is appropriating the culture of women. in the very same breath. This biological man says that it's, it, it's, what was the word that he used? It's insulting. It's, it's, what did he say? Um, and if they're non-binary, why would you go after the, in no way, shape, or form could they appear as a woman the next day. Um, it's really offensive to even hear that. Is it offensive to hear that somebody is appropriating your gender? Ma'am, is that offensive to you? Because if that's offensive, imagine how it feels to be a woman watching you give this interview. With your hair and your contoured makeup and your eye rolls and your suddenly soft voice is that offensive? Because if that is offensive, then everything you are doing is offensive everything, but somehow you get to magically be offended because this man doesn't put on makeup as well as you do and doesn't have a wig on. How, what type of world do we live in where you can say that with your mouth and say that you are offended by this. Man saying that he's non-binary, which e which is even less of a jump of saying that I don't identify with my gender role and I don't identify with either gender role than you to say that not only do I not identify with mine, but I identify with your biological role and your bio biological makeup, not mine. Like you are literally there. There's nothing to appropriate in the non-binary space. You're just saying, I don't know what I am. There is absolutely something to be offended by when a man pretends to be a woman and then takes over almost all. Like, the thing about this is that you're, you're not seeing in, in the same way you're seeing men. All of, I want you to think through all of the famous people that you're seeing on TV right now about trans. Is trans. Is that a thing about trans? I'm gonna make it a thing just for the sake of this conversation. All of the famous people, all of the famous clips, all of them are all men pretending to be women or saying that they feel like they're a woman. They're not women being men or women saying they feel like they're men or saying that they should have been a man. Like all of the famous ones, think of them. All of them, all of the ones that were getting interviewed on Dr. Phil, all of the ones getting the makeup ad campaigns, uh, all of them are men pretending to be women. All of the, uh, Olympic level swimmers taking over, women, swimming, all of them. You don't hear about women pretending to be men going into men's. Uh, prisons and then somehow getting impregnated. Like, no. You hear about men going into women's prisons. You hear about the Caitlin Jenner, you hear about the whatever that guy is who is on Dr. Phil that was arguing with Matt Walsh. You see them, they're always a man transitioning to a woman. A woman, not a woman being a man. And it's an encroachment on women's spaces. It, if there was ever anything for like women's feminists to be an up in arms about, it's the fact that you are literally eliminating like the, the whole root of that is feminine and you're deducing femininity down to clothing, hair, makeup, and voice tonality. The hormones in your body, not what you were biologically made to do, not the fact that you can bear children like, and I've had this conversation too many times, but it was just so much hypocrisy going on here. All right, moving on. Just wanted to touch on that cause I thought it was pretty wild  and I'm glad that I did cuz I just realized how crazy ridiculous and insulting that was, that that trans woman says that she's insulted by the guide claiming to be non-binary because he doesn't look enough like a woman or he doesn't wear as much makeup as that they do. I don't know. Anyways, moving on. Uh, the next thing we're gonna talk about is going to be the Valencia situation. 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So, This is us jumping back right into it. Right back into it. Jumping right back into it. All right, so  this, if you have not heard yet, this is out of all of the things. All, all, there, there has been so much underground talk, so many whispers over the last three years. So many things that have happened since Epstein's name first became famous and his trial, uh, well, that we never really got to actually see, go through with, um, all went to shit when, you know, he killed himself, allegedly in a jail cell. Hmm. So ever since that day, there's been a lot of whispers in the conspiracy world, conspiracy world about, uh, the sexualization of children, about the propping up of sex rings with gin within the, and sex trafficking within the elite communities, the rich communities, which is primarily what Epstein preyed on. Almost the only thing that he preyed on was all of these rich elites, which is still, why there's not been a single indictment on any person who was in his flight log, which is just wild. But more on that in the moment. What we are talking about today is Valencia. Valencia is a high fashion, uh, brand who had a ad campaign featuring children with bondage teddy bears and alluding to specific court cases around child sex trafficking. Okay, so let's go ahead and read this. This is coming from some random website, uh, R e d u x x.info, which has something at the top of about feminism. I don't know, um, never seen it before. So take it with a grain of salt. But you can find this everywhere else too. This is all very real. Um, luxury fashion House Valencia is raising child safeguarding concerns after launching a new ad campaign featuring children in bondage themed toys that are, many are calling disturbing. On November 19th, Twitter used dat Cat D. Twitter user, uh, post is two screenshots of the Balenciaga official site, showing off images being used to promote the child's holiday gift shop. Both of the images featured very young children models holding teddy bears, but what looks like an innocent enough photo shoot at first glance will quickly, quickly raise eyebrows. Once the accessories the bears are wearing are given a closer look. So there's these two young girls sitting, standing on a couch and standing on a bed with teddy bears that they're holding one with a leather BDSM outfit on it, and the other one with some Lacey lingerie creepy like makeup around its size. It's all sexual, it's, it's disgusting. And so it goes on to say that in one photo, taken from the main page, the child is standing on pink bed, holding a teddy bear, wearing a fishnet top collar with a lock and ankle and wrist restraints. In the full size version of the image, a second teddy bear is visible in the bedroom wearing a collar and a blindfold. The second image taken from the gifts shops catalog, a different child model, is standing on the couch holding a teddy bear that is wearing a leather chest harness in a collar as it in the first and second teddy bear is visible in the room wearing more leather gear. Um, the bears in fact, handheld accessories from Valencia's Spring 2023 collection. Both of the screenshots posted were part of a larger series of photos, which began cropping up Valencia's official Instagram on November 16th. Uh, since then, six images in total have been released, all of which featured young models posing with items from Valencia's Gift Shop. One of them, uh, does not include a bdsm, only one of them. All of the photos were taken by National Geographic photographer Gabriel Gal. Bertie, whose Instagram features more photos of kids he has taken as a part of his toy stories project, a portfolio featuring photos of children from around the world and their favorite toys. And it's, if you go to this person's Instagram, they are all super creepy, super creepy photos of children. Now the next thing that is very first on here is statement. So we'll see if I can actually get this, which is from the photographer who did this. So I'm gonna pull up their Instagram here and see if I can read you their statement, because I'm sure it's just super impactful. Uh, let's try this. It is Gabrielle Gall. Gall Bertie Photo Gall Be photo. And let's see if we can get a statement. So the statement is the very first post, and it says, following the hundreds of hate mails and messages I received as a result of the photos I took from the Valencia campaign, I feel compelled to make this statement. I am not in a position to comment Valencia's choices, but I must stress that I was not entitled in whatsoever manner to neither choose the products, nor the models nor the combination of the same. As a photographer, I was only and solely requested to light the given scene and take the shots according to my signature style. As usual for a commercial shooting, the direction of the campaign and the choice of the objects displayed are not in the hands of the photographer. I suspect that any person prone to pedophilia searches on the web and has unfortunately, a too easy access to images. Completely different. Absolutely explicit in their awful content accusations like these are addressed against wrong targets and distract from the real problem in criminals. Okay. Also, I have no connection with the photo where a Supreme Court document appears that one was taken in another set by other people and was falsely associated with my photos. Now obviously they don't let, uh, they're not letting, uh, comments on that one. Let's see about what the comments are on this one. And yeah, obviously if you know anything about big brand campaigns and marketing, like those photos are not being released by Valencia unless they were meticulously scrubbed and set up in a specific way. Valencia, everything is intentional on the. Everything, every single piece of it is intentional on the set, along with a BDSM teddy bear, along with the court documents alluding to pedophilia, along with the demonn in the background at the top right of another photo along with the, the, the dates up on the wall of a different one that allude to a, a court hearing about a famous sex trafficker, like all of this, or, or pedophile. All of these weird little, uh, all of these weird little things going on at the same time and in different photos. And you think Balenciaga is not to blame. Yeah. Obviously this photographer absolutely knew what they were doing, and in all of this styles of this person's, uh, photos are all super creepy. Anybody who lets this person in their home, especially to do photos of their children should be highly questioned, like highly questioned. It's, it's super creepy. All right. Uh, but. I digress. It's all Balenciaga. It's all Balenciaga. It has nothing like the, the photographers also at fault, but Valencia as a brand decided to have that and, and including the fact that the photos that were there of the, uh, of the court hearing, which we'll get into in just a moment, was Valencia again. Okay. So yeah, it's definitely the photographer, but it's also absolutely Valencia's fault on so many levels. So the fashion House has since limited the ability for users to leave comments on Twitter or Valencia has just recently deleted its account and apparent protest of Elon's takeover. Wow. Way to take a stand Balenciaga by deleting your Twitter and then posting pedophilia based photos as a response. You're really, yeah. Team Balenciaga. Um, on Twitter, Valencia just recently deleted its account and the parent protest. Elon's takeover. Users expressed outrage and concern over the campaign with many pointing out the disturbing implications of the photo shoot. Uh, the looks on these girls' faces are also deliberate choice of the picture editor too. Very unsettling. And that's true too. Every, every piece of this is meticulous. Every, you know, this, this child looks like ugh, like horrified and weird about, and the other one looks like sad. And like they took hundreds of photos, hundreds of photos with hundreds of dis different facial expressions with different setups and different backgrounds and different lighting and different facial expressions. And this one just so happens to be of scared four year old children with BDSM dolls and pedophile based court hearing documents. It's disgusting. Uh, somebody else commented. Chipping away at those boundaries and normalizing this crap one campaign at a time. Balenciaga, uh, this disruption of innocence and normalization of fringe behavior seems like an effort to make acceptable, acceptable previously unimaginable scenarios like men and women's prisons and shelters, children having gender identities and adult dancing in libraries. None of this is acceptable. Women's Rights Campaign Group Keep Prisons Single Sex USA tweeted in response to the photos, who would've thought there would ever be a campaign group called Keep Prisons Single Sex ? The mainstreaming of harnesses has always been weird, but this is extra. The kids don't know it's fetish gear, but the adults seeing these pictures do. Valencia is Valencia's ad campaign comes at a time when the apparent normalization of youth exposure, the kink has become a point of issue for those concerns about child safeguard. Earlier this year, a parenting lifestyle outlet attracted widespread backlash after publishing an article encouraging parents to prep their children for exposure to nudity and public BDSM acts at a LGBTQ BT pride parade. How about no, in the article, fatherly provided the comment. Uh, yeah. Um, let's go ahead and move forward here. But this also talks about a new or Washington post time article or Washington Post article published a year ago that is titled, yes Kink belongs at Pride and I want my kids to see it. I'm gonna bet you don't have kids. Uh, Valencia has scrubbed its official website homepage and social media following increasing public. Both photos of the young children holding the Teddy bear accessories have been removed from the website and replaced by another photo from the campaign where the child is not so directly interacting with the bondage bear. Now the photo that they're talking about here is one that I'm talking that I've seen too, where the Balenciaga, so at the bottom left hand of this, this image, there's a Balenciaga, uh, like caution tape. And there's two A's at the beginning of Balenciaga. Now, if you know what that is, b a a l ball, you wanna look up what that means and it starts to get a li deeper. Now again, everything's intentional. They did not print this because on the chair in the background, Valencia is spelled perfectly fine in the caution tape, but on the one that's displayed very at the bottom left, not where you would think that it would be displayed, uh, it is. It is a reference to ball. All right. Uh, looking just on brave here. Ball. Ball is a demonn described in de immunological grims, such as the lesser key of Solomon. And the, uh, so it's a demonn, which means the Lord can knights worshiped ball and held rituals at which children were burned. Force sacrifice. This demonn, uh, is the first monarch of hell and appears as a three headed beast. Ball is cited as the grand grimier as commanding general of infernal armies. So there's another one that's under, uh, talking about malo. So child sacrifice and ball malac, abortion and secular humanism. That comes from a AOC international.org. Um, so basically this is a demonn that. Child sacrifices were done for hmm. I wonder why Valencia would be flexing demons with child sacrifice in the bottom left hand corner of a photo with a child in it, in their room. Also, on the backs of all of this, uh, you'll see that there starts to be some ties between, uh, Valencia and some of the people related to Epstein. As I saw some other people point out, haven't dived deep enough into that to actually discuss it here. Uh, but let's go ahead and read some of the comments on this. This is coming from the Reddit where this was actually, uh, brought up and let me sort here. What you'll know about Reddit is that they changed it to best. As the way to sort initially, uh, when it's always been top. So that's just their way of curating what you'll see. Um, now what the very first thing is here, uh, is that, uh, f those MFS is the very top comment, . So there's that. Somebody responded to that and said, Valencia should be shut down immediately. The parents' photographer should all be, uh, cavity searched. Wow. All emails, hard drives of everyone involved should be investigated. Those kids need to be in the morning news stating that they are fine and with family and friends, not with these parents. Under no circumstances can this be approved or allowed. This is the start. Right now it's just them, uh, pictures with those court documents. It's just them pictures with those court documents. That's a not good grammar. Later, it's the kids in less clothing, more sexuality. Uh, let's kill this right now. Um, yeah. Not much substance there. Uh, but what you're finding is that people are diving deeper and deeper and deeper into this Balenciaga stuff. This ball stuff is just the very beginning of it, but they're referencing a child's sacrifice, deity in another photo with a child in it. It, it, it's just crazy to me that this is just become so normalized that Valencia thinks that they can just drop this ad campaign in time for Christmas and everybody's just gonna love them. Anyways, uh, let's go ahead and move on here. Epstein's accuser is suing JP Morgan Cha Chase and Dutch Bank. Okay, so one of the people, now this person still remains anonymous, is not one of the more, uh, public eyed accusers, which, you know, some of them gave their names, some of them did not during Glenn Maxwell's court trial, but, uh, there's one of them is, uh, accusers. So maybe multiple. Let's go ahead and read the article here. This is coming from the Daily caller. It says, women who have accused Jeffrey Epstein of sexual abuse filed lawsuits against Deutsche Bank and JP Morgan Chase. Is it Deutsche? I assume? Deutsche. I, I'm, I dunno, uh, chase for purportedly aiding in his alleged sex trafficking operation. Yeah. Let's, let's talk about that real quick. Let's just talk about the role of, of banks in all of the, the social justice that is happening because Chase shut down the bank of Kanye. They also, uh, followed through on seizing for Canada, seizing assets of people, if I recall correctly, um, during the Freedom Rally. Uh, and they also, I'm sure in some way, shape, or form, are invested in or allow for the banking of Valencia Wouldn't surprise me at all. Uh, but you know, Kanye, you better get outta here for exposing the, uh, you know, what, what some people call the Cian Mafia, which does not exist officially. Um, women who have accused Jeffrey Epstein of sexual abuse filed lawsuits against Deutch Bank and JP Morgan Chase for purportedly aiding in his alleged sex trafficking operation. Uh, the suits seek class action status as an unspecified amount of monetary charges according to the Wall Street Junior. Lawyers who have represented many of Epstein's accusers filed both lawsuits in federal court. Thursday, the new the outlet continued. One lawyer, Bradley Edwards reportedly told Wall Street General in a written statement that the time has come for the real enablers to be held responsible, especially his wealthy friends in the financial institutions that played an integral role. Uh, we believe this claim lacks merit and will present our arguments in court was the response by Deutsche Bank and JP Morgan Chase failed to comment. Of course, the lawsuit cites allegations from New York State's top financial regulator about the bank's purported ties to Epstein. The JP Morgan Chase lawsuit is based on an alleged relationship between Epstein and a top executive at the bank. Oh, Who would've thought according to the outlet, uh, both lawsuits claim the banks assisted and participated in Epstein's alleged sex trafficking by enabling him to pay women for sex acts and making money off of his activities. The banks allegedly worked with Epstein for years after he pleaded guilty in 2018 to soliciting prostitution from a minor. The anonymous woman suing JP Morgan Chase used to be a ballet dancer in New York and was allegedly sexually abused by Epstein from the years 2006 to 2013. The others unnamed women suing, uh, the bank claims in her lawsuit that she was sexually abused by Epstein from 2003 to 2018. Well, um, Epstein died in 2019, allegedly when he reportedly committed suicide in jail pending a trial. So there you have it, folks. Hopeful. This leads to more conversation, at the very least. At least just that, just, just keep the conversation going about Epstein, don't let this conversation die. I'm happy these things are going, even if nothing comes out of this, because at the very least we're gonna start to get, hopefully more people, including the top executive at JP Morgan Chase, who is a part of this lawsuit called out for what they did. So, yeah, nothing coming from the conversation at the bottom. So those are my thoughts. I'm just glad this conversation's continuing. I'm just glad that Jeffrey Epstein's name and the story just did not die with him allegedly dying. Uh, I think if also, if you want to get into the conspiracy realm of it, if the, uh, head of the car. Can escape one of the highest maximum prisons in the world. You bet your ass. All of the wealthiest people in the world conspiring to get one man out of jail would probably be somewhat successful and they could probably find somebody to replace him with a blanket around their neck, just saying. And I'm sure plenty of them, plenty of them, plenty of them all own their own islands that Epstein could go live on from there. Now I'm not saying that's the case, but I'm saying it could be the case , maybe he's hanging out with, uh, other famous pedophiles like Michael Jackson on a, uh, random Island somewhere. And I hope not, and I hope that guy's dead and I hope he didn't get off, um, without, you know, dying as a result of his actions. But just saying might not be, uh, out of the realm of possibility. Um, so. Again, glad the conversation's continuing. Glad that it's just not going away because it could very easily fizzle out. Uh, but, um, here's a clip of Bill Clinton at a rally where a reporter asked him about his connections to, uh, Jeffrey Epstein. So let's go ahead and listen to this. Uh, so if you, you didn't hear that I No, you didn't. Uh, somebody said, what Can you tell to me more about your alleged, uh, connections with Jeffrey Epstein? And he laughs. Laughs at that. Laughs at the fact that he held 17 meetings behind the closed doors with Jeffrey Epstein at the white. On the White House logs was the single largest captured child sex trafficker ever, with the man who just laughed at a reporter questioning him about it and said, I think the answer is clear. Yes, bill? The answer is absolutely clear that you were a part of the creepy, creepy flight logs, had him over at the White House multiple, multiple times behind closed doors. And obviously, as everybody knows, you're a creep too, and participated in all of those actions while being on the flight logs with Jeffrey Epstein. At the very minimum, allegedly, you know, and I say allegedly because how many people have died by calling Bill Clinton out for something  in the past. So allegedly, I'm not gonna say it's for sure, but I got a pretty good idea that that Bill Clinton probably had something to do with all of this. That is what I have for you guys today. That is it. In the meantime, stay tuned for the interviews. If you have anybody that you think I should talk to in the space of the industrialization of our education system or the medical system, or parenting, or any of of those topics I discussed, feel free to reach out at Red Pill Revolt or Austin Red Pill revolution.co. Um, and I would love to hear from it, um, all of your suggestions on who I should potentially interview. I would love to hear it. So, um, thank you guys so much for listening. Uh, I appreciate it again, from the bottom of my heart. Uh, I, I really, really do. So, head over to Red Pill revolution.co. Leave your email for the podcast companion. Uh, I go to gifts and go.com/red pill revolution, and you can donate if you find some value out of these conversations that I have with you and want to support me so we can keep doing them. All right, thank you guys so much. I hope you have a wonderful day, and I still haven't gotten the stinger on this thing, so. Do, do, do, do, do, do, do. . Uh, bye folks.

Canada's Podcast
Tenacity is Important as a Startup Founder - Toronto - Canada's Podcast

Canada's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 25:44


Maximilian Birner, CEO and Co-founder of Boxhub, on the exponential growth in demand for shipping containers across Canada and the US. Boxhub is a digital marketplace that facilitates fast and easy buying and selling of intermodal containers for shipping, upcycling and repurposing for affordable housing, storage, retail, hospitality, logistics, or personal use. A graduate of LSE and UAL, Maximilian Birner is the Co-Founder & CEO of Boxhub. Max has had a varied career, starting off as an analyst at an asset management firm focused on ETFs, then co-founding two companies. Max also acted as an Ambassador in Europe for Founders Pledge, a global community of entrepreneurs and investors who have committed to leveraging their success for social good, helping them grow to 1,200 members in 30 countries. All this experience and altruism helped Max to conceptualise and create Boxhub alongside partner Philip Skov in 2019. The company is headquartered in Toronto and currently operates exclusively in North America. Entrepreneurs are the backbone of Canada's economy. To support Canada's businesses, subscribe to our YouTube channel and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter. Want to stay up-to-date on the latest #entrepreneur podcasts and news? Subscribe to our bi-weekly newsletter

The Tim Ferriss Show
#634: Niall Ferguson, Historian — The Coming Cold War II, Visible and Invisible Geopolitics, Why Even Atheists Should Study Religion, Masters of Paradox, Fatherhood, Fear, and More

The Tim Ferriss Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 117:16


Brought to you by Wealthfront high-yield savings account, ShipStation shipping software, and Athletic Greens all-in-one nutritional supplement.Niall Ferguson (@nfergus), MA, DPhil, FRSE, is the Milbank Family Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, and a senior faculty fellow of the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard. He is the author of 16 books, including The Pity of War, The House of Rothschild, Empire, Civilization, and Kissinger, 1923–1968: The Idealist, which won the Council on Foreign Relations Arthur Ross Prize.He is an award-winning filmmaker, too, having won an International Emmy for his PBS series The Ascent of Money. His 2018 book, The Square and the Tower, was a New York Times bestseller and also adapted for television by PBS as Niall Ferguson's Networld. In 2020 he joined Bloomberg Opinion as a columnist.In addition, he is the founder and managing director of Greenmantle LLC, a New York-based advisory firm; a co-founder of Ualá, a Latin American financial technology company; and a trustee of the New York Historical Society, the London-based Centre for Policy Studies, and the newly founded University of Austin.His latest book, Doom: The Politics of Catastrophe, was published last year by Penguin and was shortlisted for the Lionel Gelber Prize. Please enjoy!This episode is brought to you by Wealthfront! Wealthfront is an app that helps you save and invest your money. Right now, you can earn 3.3% APY—that's the Annual Percentage Yield—with the Wealthfront Cash Account. That's more than fifteen times more interest than if you left your money in a savings account at the average bank, according to FDIC.gov. And when you open an account today, you'll get an extra fifty dollar bonus with a deposit of five hundred dollars or more. 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Legal Design Podcast
Episode 50: Fighting Crime by Design with Lorraine Gamman, Adam Thorpe and Marcus Willcocks

Legal Design Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 56:12


Often, when societies want to reduce crime, the idea of more severe punishments comes up. But as lawyers have learnt in criminology classes, that is certainly not the way to go. There are more and more studies showing that more severe punishments not only do not prevent crime but may actually have the opposite effect. In this episode we talk about how to fight crime by design and hear from experts Lorraine Gamman, Adam Thorpe and Marcus Willcocks who work at the Design Against Crime Research Center in the UK. The mission of Design Against Crime Research Center is to disrupt crime by bringing together government, businesses, local communities, prisoners and returning citizens to generate strong socially responsive, co-created crime prevention strategies and crime diversion projects. Lorraine, Adam and Marcus tell about their projects and we hear what ethical aspects using design against crime have. We discuss about how crime-doers and prisoners differ as targeted end-users or participants in a design process and how design can empower prisoners to change the path of their lives. In addition, our host Henna, inspired by her own neighborhood in Helsinki, asks questions how to approach solving local crime issues using design. This, dear listeners, is also a huge milestone for Legal Design Podcast as this marks our 50th episode! Thank you for your kind words and support and thank you for listening. Many more to come! Dr. Lorraine Gamman is Professor of Design at Central Saint Martins and Director of UAL's award-winning Design Against Crime Research Centre (DACRC), which she founded in 1999. Adam Thorpe is Professor of Socially Responsive Design at Central Saint Martins College, University of the Arts London (UAL). He is Co Director of the Design Against Crime Research Centre and Coordinator of the UAL DESIS Lab (Design for Social Innovation and Sustainability). Marcus Willcocks leads the Public Space strand of the award-winning Design Against Crime Research Centre (DACRC), at the University of the Arts London.

This is Ag!
11. Brent Eastman - Owner & President of BEI, Brent Eastman Insurance Services, why is "labor omnia vincit" Latin phrase meaning "work conquers all' relevant, empathetic healthcare, sales & power of human connections and More

This is Ag!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 27:32


My guest Brent Eastman is the owner and CEO of BEI, Brent Eastman Insurance Services, the largest employee benefit brokerage firms in the Central Coast area. BEI currently manages over $26 million in annual employee benefit program expenditures.  My conversation with Brent highlights the power of human relationships in sales and growth. We talk about building communities, increasing access to the best possible care and bringing back empathy in healthcare.  Also learn what the Latin word,  labor omnia vincit" means  and why is it  relevant . Brent Eastman Insurance Services website - https://brenteastman.com/This episode is sponsored by UnitedAg,  one of the largest association health plans to offer healthcare to the agriculture industry of California and Arizona.  Kirti Mutatkar, President and CEO of UnitedAg. Reach me kmutatkar@unitedag.org, www.linkedin.com/in/kirtimutatkarUnitedAg's website - www.unitedag.org

Daily Stock Picks
Short ETF's - $SQQQ will be the play soon - Market update 10-19-22

Daily Stock Picks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 49:50


Support the podcast - https://anchor.fm/dailystockpick/support Social Links and more - https://linktr.ee/dailystockpick $Nflx earnings - it'll get hit back down … buy $DIS $Tsla earnings $UAL earnings $AAPL got beaten down on another fake iPhone report $LBTY $ZTS $PEAK $WBD $SHEL Futures were well on the green but it turned red around 700 … a 200 point swing in a set time The Biden government has agreed to make future oil purchases to replenish the emergency reserve at prices between $67 and $72 per barrel, per the White House. $DVN $OXY $MRO $FANG $VNOM $XOM $CVX Get ready … supply is about to get a little strained with China reopen and this along with Dec 15 Russian sanctions $SEDG $BOIL $KOLD $UCO $SCO $SOXL at 7.42 $SOXS SCAN $HD $TSM $CRWD - I like $PANDW too $TMUS - but I like $VZ $TGT --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dailystockpick/support

The tastytrade network
Tweeting Live with LIZ & JNY - October 18, 2022 - Netflix Earnings

The tastytrade network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 29:04


Liz and Jenny answer live viewer tweets with #LIZJNY. They place earnings trades in UAL & NFLX. They compare Jade Lizards to strangles and land on short puts.

The tastytrade network
Tweeting Live with LIZ & JNY - October 18, 2022 - Netflix Earnings

The tastytrade network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 29:55


Liz and Jenny answer live viewer tweets with #LIZJNY. They place earnings trades in UAL & NFLX. They compare Jade Lizards to strangles and land on short puts.

The Option Block
OB 1136: The Lost Boys of the Options Market

The Option Block

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 53:36


HOST: MARK LONGO, THE OPTIONS INSIDER MEDIA GROUP CO-HOST: MIKE TOSAW, ST. CHARLES WEALTH MANAGEMENT CO-HOST: MARK SEBASTIAN, THE OPTION PIT IN THIS EPISODE MARK, UNCLE MIKE, AND THE GREASY MEATBALL BREAK DOWN: THE LATEST IN THE OPTIONS MARKETS MOST ACTIVE EQUITY OPTIONS TODAY INCLUDING LAZR, RBLX EARNINGS VOLATILITY IN BAC, SCHW, JNJ, NFLX, UAL, ALLY, TSLA, AAL UNUSUAL OPTIONS ACTIVITY IN ERIC, GOOS WHAT IS IMPLIED VOLATILITY? WHAT DOES IT MEAN? WHAT'S ON OUR RADAR FOR THE REST OF THE WEEK AND MUCH MORE

The Options Insider Radio Network
OB 1136: The Lost Boys of the Options Market

The Options Insider Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 53:36


HOST: MARK LONGO, THE OPTIONS INSIDER MEDIA GROUP CO-HOST: MIKE TOSAW, ST. CHARLES WEALTH MANAGEMENT CO-HOST: MARK SEBASTIAN, THE OPTION PIT IN THIS EPISODE MARK, UNCLE MIKE, AND THE GREASY MEATBALL BREAK DOWN: THE LATEST IN THE OPTIONS MARKETS MOST ACTIVE EQUITY OPTIONS TODAY INCLUDING LAZR, RBLX EARNINGS VOLATILITY IN BAC, SCHW, JNJ, NFLX, UAL, ALLY, TSLA, AAL UNUSUAL OPTIONS ACTIVITY IN ERIC, GOOS WHAT IS IMPLIED VOLATILITY? WHAT DOES IT MEAN? WHAT'S ON OUR RADAR FOR THE REST OF THE WEEK AND MUCH MORE

Protagonistas de la Economía Colombiana
“Invertiremos entre US$5 y US$10 millones en startups colombianas”

Protagonistas de la Economía Colombiana

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 4:39


AlleyCorp, el fondo de inversiones neoyorquino, llegó a Colombia con el propósito de acelerar el ecosistema tecnológico en Latinoamérica y expandir su portafolio, en el que ya están compañías como Tul, Addi y Ualá. José Oberto, el CEO de la compañía para la región, resaltó que desde la fundación del fondo han recaudado más de US$2.000 millones y que su apuesta es que Colombia sea su centro de operaciones para la región, apostando por las compañías del país con una inversión de entre US$5 millones y US$10 millones.

LatamlistEspresso
Cortex secures $48 million in a Series C round. Ualá announces a $150 million investment in Latin America, Ep 115

LatamlistEspresso

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 6:55


This week's Espresso covers updates from Ualá, Cortex, Solvento and more!Outline of this episode:[00:28] - Ali closes a $25 million Series A round[00:46] -Tax reform discussion in Colombia introduces change on wealth tax calculation for private companies[01:19] - Interview with Solvento's CPO and cofounder Pedro Bosch on their seed round[03:50] - Greenenergy raises a $5 million common equity investment [04:15] - Cortex secures $48 million in a Series C round[04:39] - Ualá announces a $150 million investment in Latin America[05:01] - clicOH lands in Colombia via the acquisition of Logysto[05:22] - New episodes of Crossing Borders and How to be the Difference[05:51] - Latamlist's selection of 14 Paraguayan startupsResources & people mentioned:Companies & Startups: Ali, Solvento, Greenenergy, Cortex, Ualá, clicOH, Logysto, VexiVCs, Accelerators, Institutions: BTG Pactual, Deetken Impact Sustainable Energy, Lightrock, Softbank, Riverwood.People: Pedro Bosch, Nathan Lustig, Cinthia Merlos, Johanna Molina, Paul Lynskey, Stela Barcelos, Alejandra Cruz.

This is Ag!
10. Ellen Brokaw - President & Owner of Brokaw Nursery, the power of bringing diverse communities together, building communities, farm worker housing, avocados and more.

This is Ag!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 28:43


My guest Ellen Brokaw is the President and Owner of Brokaw Nursery, one of the largest subtropical tree suppler located in Ventura County, California. Sixty years ago, Hank and Ellen Brokaw began the nursery as an avocation. With hard work and innovation, they built Brokaw Nursery into one of California's largest suppliers of subtropical orchard trees. Brokaw currently produces over 300,000 plants per year and exports to several countries worldwide. They are an industry leader in innovation of new varieties of fruits and rootstocks. They specialize in avocados and citrus. Brokaw Nursery website - http://www.brokawnursery.com/This episode is sponsored by UnitedAg,  one of the largest association health plans to offer healthcare to the agriculture industry of California and Arizona.  Kirti Mutatkar, President and CEO of UnitedAg. Reach me kmutatkar@unitedag.org, www.linkedin.com/in/kirtimutatkarUnitedAg's website - www.unitedag.org

Andalucía Informativos
Informativo Almería 23/09/2022

Andalucía Informativos

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 15:07


- La almeriense Aurora Luque ha sido galardonada con el Premio Nacional de Poesía..gracias a su obra 'Un número finito de veranos'. Apasionada por la cultura griega y latina..recibe un premio a una trayectoria con el Mediterráneo vigilante. -Las obras del cable inglés están al 92% de ejecución y en dos meses estarán finalizadas. El edificio de Correos será demolido para la construcción del polo de innovación agrícola y el Ayuntamiento abrirá la próxima semana el espacio Alma. -Veremos qué ha dado de sí la presencia del secretario general socialista en Andalucía, Juan Espadas..que ha presidido la ejecutiva provincial de Almería..donde ha anunciado que llevará al Parlamento una iniciativa sobre sequía. -En los deportes..el pabellón Moisés Ruiz acoge la final de la Supercopa de España entre Unicaja Costa de Almería y Melilla y Lázaro Vinicius ha sido presentado como jugador rojiblanco. -En cultura, haremos un repaso por la oferta musical de hoy, y trataremos de dilucidar el misticismo existente entorno al terremoto de Almería que ahora cumple su 500 aniersario. Rosario Torres, profesora de Historia de la UAL contradice la versión oficial tras investigar. Escuchar audio

LatamlistEspresso
Xepelin secures a $140M credit line from Goldman Sachs. Pagaleve closes a $25M Series A round, Ep 111

LatamlistEspresso

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 5:00


This week's Espresso covers updates from Ualá, Xepelin, Clip, and more!Outline of this episode:[00:28] - Clip lands a $50M credit facility with Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan, and HSBC[00:58] - Cuéntame closes a $1.1M pre-seed round[01:27] - Pagaleve closes a $25M Series A round[01:55] - Credix raises $11.25M in a Series A round[02:27] - Ualá acquires Ceibo Créditos[02:52] - Xepelin secures a $140M credit line from Goldman Sachs[03:16] - Belo partners with Airtm [03:46] - New episode of Crossing Borders and Latamlist's featured articleResources & people mentioned:Companies & Startups: Clip, Cuéntame, Pagaleve, Ualá, Ceibo Créditos, Xepelin, Belo, Airtm, Wilobank, Empretienda.VCs, Accelerators, Institutions: Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan, HSBC, Goldman Sachs, Magma Partners, Impacta VC, Salesforce Ventures, Motive Partners, ParaFi Capital, People: Nathan Lustig, Laura Martínez, Alejandro Guízar.

UXBS
Service Design, la rama que se encarga de la magia del backstage

UXBS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 41:40


Ep 118 | Rocio Romero Service Designer en Ualá nos habla sobre que hace una persona que se dedica a esta rama de la disciplina, las diferencias con un Product Designer y que tipo de persona encaja bastante bien con este perfil ----

This is Ag!
9. Shannon Valladarez - General Manager, Monterey Wine Company, importance of emotional connections, relationships, social responsibility of a women CEO, Girls Inc, and much more.

This is Ag!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 27:23


My guest is Shannon Valladarez, General Manager at Monterey Wine Company.Shannon and I talk about the importance of emotional connections, the power of relationships, our responsibility to the next generation of women leaders, setting an example for the next generation of girls coming behind us, Girls Inc, giving back to the community and much more.Monterey Wine Company is a custom wine production facility located in King City on the Central Coast of California. They offer the latest in premium wine-making technologies, quality custom crush and processing equipment, experienced blend development, and efficient bottling capabilities to complement their client's needs. They provide a sound working environment for the wine traditionalist, inventor and entrepreneur. Their emphasis is on innovation, integrity and service is what sets them apart from the rest.Website - https://www.montereywinecompany.com/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/monterey-wine-company/This episode is sponsored by UnitedAg,  one of the largest association health plans to offer healthcare to the agriculture industry of California and Arizona.  Kirti Mutatkar, President and CEO of UnitedAg. Reach me kmutatkar@unitedag.org, www.linkedin.com/in/kirtimutatkarUnitedAg's website - www.unitedag.org

Negocios en Imagen
Negocios en Imagen 24 de agosto 2022

Negocios en Imagen

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 34:15


💰⬆ Rafael de la Fuente, economista en Jefe para Latam de UBS, nos comenta que la inflación en México superó estimaciones al ubicarse en 8.62% anual durante primera mitad de agosto. 💰 Álvaro García Pimentel Caraza, Presidente Ejecutivo de la Asociación Mexicana de Instituciones Bursátiles, nos habla de la entrada en vigor de las nuevas reglas de ejecución para las casas de bolsa. 🔋🪫 Armando Ortega, ex presidente de la Cámara de Comercio de Canadá en México, nos habla sobre el panorama que viene tras la creación de #LitioMX y si se viene una “guerra del litio” en Sonora. 💳 Luis Madrazo Lajous, director general de Uala México, nos habla de la inversión que esta fintech argentina Ualá planea hacer por 100 mdd en México.

Imagen Empresarial
Imagen Empresarial 25 AGO 22

Imagen Empresarial

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 47:23


Podcast del programa Imagen Empresarial transmitido originalmente el 25 de agosto de 2022. Conduce Rodrigo Pacheco. Los entrevistados de hoy: Entrevista: Luis Madrazo, director general de Ualá en México Tema: Inversión de Ualá en México Entrevista: Marco Cosío, vicepresidente de Siemens México, Centroamérica y el Caribe Tema: Inauguración de sistema solar en Querétaro

Motley Fool Money
Airlines, Housing, and Your Wardrobe

Motley Fool Money

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 25:51 Very Popular


Home sales fell nearly 6% in July. (0:21) Jason Moser discusses: - The challenge for 1st-time home buyers - Why he prefers investing in residential real estate through home improvement businesses (rather than home builders) - The airline industry's woeful track record on share buybacks - "Is this the best use of capital?" being a question to ask about any share buyback announcement (12:37) Asit Sharma and Deidre Woollard discuss the growing trend of 2nd-hand fashion and the opportunities for companies involved. Our annual investing conference is free for Motley Fool members and just 12 days away! For more details go to http://Fool.com/FoolFest. Stocks mentioned: HD, LOW, DAL, UAL, AAL, LUV, BRK.A, BRK.B, TDUP, LEVI, NKE, REAL, ETSY Host: Chris Hill Guest: Jason Moser, Asit Sharma, Deidre Woollard Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineer: Dan Boyd

The Center for Irish Studies at Villanova University Podcast Series
The Center for Irish Studies at Villanova University Podcast Series - James Ó Conaill and Philip Arneill

The Center for Irish Studies at Villanova University Podcast Series

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 54:35


Philip Arneill is a Belfast-born photographer, educator and AHRC Northern Bridge Doctoral Researcher at Ulster University. He holds an MA in Photojournalism & Documentary Photography from UAL and having lived for 25 years in Scotland, Egypt and Japan, is currently researching a PhD through Creative Practice. Co-creator of the audio-visual documentary project Tokyo Jazz Joints, his work explores the illusory ideas of home and culture by exploring insider-outsider dynamics, interstices, and autoethnographic issues of place and identity. His current research, I am where I am not, explores his inherited Protestant identity through the vernacular architecture of Orange Halls. In this episode of the Villanova Center for Irish Studies Podcast, Philip discusses his work, influences and research with Villanova's 2021-22 Fulbright FLTA Irish Language Instructor, James Ó Conaill. James, a native of Cavan, earned degrees from Trinity College and Maynooth University and has taught Irish and English as a second language in Balbriggan, Dublin, and Indreabhán in the Galway Gaeltacht.

This is Ag!
8. Thomas Amaro - 4th generation agriculturist, Co-Founder of Amaro Beauty and Wellness, history of California agriculture and much more.

This is Ag!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 24:03


My guest Thomas Amaro is a 4th generation family based agribusiness professional. Tom and his son Marcos Amaro cultivate and grow top quality hemp CBD in Visalia California. The family's goal is to provide consumers with the finest quality CBD products. Tom and I talk about the history of California agriculture and the present state of affairs in agriculture. Please enjoy the episode. Here are the links referred to in the episode - https://www.amarocbd.com/https://youtu.be/lXJSq0-tGDUhttps://youtu.be/Pl_nHkmrAxsThis episode is sponsored by UnitedAg,  one of the largest association health plans to offer healthcare to the agriculture industry of California and Arizona.  Kirti Mutatkar, President and CEO of UnitedAg. Reach me kmutatkar@unitedag.org, www.linkedin.com/in/kirtimutatkarUnitedAg's website - www.unitedag.org

The tastytrade network
Tweeting Live with LIZ & JNY - August 3, 2022 - Tweeting Live With Liz and Jenny

The tastytrade network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 30:13


Liz and Jenny make adjustments to their positions after another up day. They discuss their HOOD and SOFI positions and look for a bearish trade in PYPL. They do some account clean-up and close GM, UBER, and UAL.

The tastytrade network
Tweeting Live with LIZ & JNY - August 3, 2022 - Tweeting Live With Liz and Jenny

The tastytrade network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 31:09


Liz and Jenny make adjustments to their positions after another up day. They discuss their HOOD and SOFI positions and look for a bearish trade in PYPL. They do some account clean-up and close GM, UBER, and UAL.

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. 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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. 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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. 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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