Watching the Watchers with Robert Gruler Esq.

Biden’s Inflation Economics, Vaccine Mandates in OH, CA + Army, FBI Failures in Larry Nassar Case

July 15, 2021
Watching the Watchers with Robert Gruler Esq.
Biden’s Inflation Economics, Vaccine Mandates in OH, CA + Army, FBI Failures in Larry Nassar Case
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Watching the Watchers with Robert Gruler Esq.
Biden’s Inflation Economics, Vaccine Mandates in OH, CA + Army, FBI Failures in Larry Nassar Case
Jul 15, 2021

President Biden economic advisers move the goalposts on inflation and we look at the varying predictions for the American recovery in the coming years. More vaccine mandates are rolling out across the United States and we check in with California, Ohio and the US Army. New Inspector General report reveals the FBI badly botched the investigation into disgraced physician Larry Nassar convicted of sexual abusing underage US Olympic gymnasts.​

And more! Join criminal defense lawyer Robert F. Gruler in a discussion on the latest legal, criminal and political news, including:​

🔵 New economic numbers and public polling results lead many to fear rising inflation across the country.​
🔵 We rewind back to a July 8th press briefing with Biden Deputy Director of the National Economic Council Sameera Fazili.​
🔵 Ms. Fazili reassured the press that inflation would be temporary and resolve itself in a matter of months to weeks.​
🔵 However, Federal Reserve Chairman concedes anxiety about higher inflation is real but resists a change in policy.​
🔵 Cecilia Rouse, Biden’s 30th Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers, quietly releases article comparing the pandemic recovery to post-WWII recovery, which last years.​
🔵 Is the White House meeting with Larry Summers to address inflation concerns, or for other reasons?​
🔵 COVID-19 vaccine mandates continue to roll out around the country, as experts call for ‘tougher tactics’ for the unvaccinated.​
🔵 L.A. Times reports on current mandate efforts in San Francisco.​
🔵 The USAACE issues a new general order for Army recruits and detail the program in a new video that rescinds a prior General Order.​
🔵 Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signs new legislation prohibiting the mandating of experimental vaccines in schools and universities (but argues for full approval from the FDA)​
🔵 Inspector General finds the FBI failed massively in the Larry Nassar sexual abuse case.​
🔵 The report finds major failures with the FBI during the investigation into the sexual abuse of USA Olympic team gymnasts.​
🔵 Review of the report from the OIG’s office entitled “Investigation and Review of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Handling of Allegations of Sexual Abuse by Former USA Gymnastics Physician Lawrence Gerard Nassar.​
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ALTERNATIV

Show Notes Transcript

President Biden economic advisers move the goalposts on inflation and we look at the varying predictions for the American recovery in the coming years. More vaccine mandates are rolling out across the United States and we check in with California, Ohio and the US Army. New Inspector General report reveals the FBI badly botched the investigation into disgraced physician Larry Nassar convicted of sexual abusing underage US Olympic gymnasts.​

And more! Join criminal defense lawyer Robert F. Gruler in a discussion on the latest legal, criminal and political news, including:​

🔵 New economic numbers and public polling results lead many to fear rising inflation across the country.​
🔵 We rewind back to a July 8th press briefing with Biden Deputy Director of the National Economic Council Sameera Fazili.​
🔵 Ms. Fazili reassured the press that inflation would be temporary and resolve itself in a matter of months to weeks.​
🔵 However, Federal Reserve Chairman concedes anxiety about higher inflation is real but resists a change in policy.​
🔵 Cecilia Rouse, Biden’s 30th Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers, quietly releases article comparing the pandemic recovery to post-WWII recovery, which last years.​
🔵 Is the White House meeting with Larry Summers to address inflation concerns, or for other reasons?​
🔵 COVID-19 vaccine mandates continue to roll out around the country, as experts call for ‘tougher tactics’ for the unvaccinated.​
🔵 L.A. Times reports on current mandate efforts in San Francisco.​
🔵 The USAACE issues a new general order for Army recruits and detail the program in a new video that rescinds a prior General Order.​
🔵 Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signs new legislation prohibiting the mandating of experimental vaccines in schools and universities (but argues for full approval from the FDA)​
🔵 Inspector General finds the FBI failed massively in the Larry Nassar sexual abuse case.​
🔵 The report finds major failures with the FBI during the investigation into the sexual abuse of USA Olympic team gymnasts.​
🔵 Review of the report from the OIG’s office entitled “Investigation and Review of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Handling of Allegations of Sexual Abuse by Former USA Gymnastics Physician Lawrence Gerard Nassar.​
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ALTERNATIV

Speaker 1:

Hello, my friends. And welcome back to yet. Another episode of watching the Watchers live. My name is Robert ruler . I am a criminal defense attorney here at the RNR law group in the always beautiful and sunny Scottsdale Arizona, where my team and I over the course of many years have represented thousands of good people facing criminal charges. Throughout our time in practice, we have seen a lot of problems with our justice system. I'm talking about misconduct involving the police. We have prosecutors behaving poorly. We have judges not particularly interested in a little thing called justice, and it all starts with the politicians, the people at the top, the ones who write the rules and pass the laws that they expect you and me to follow, but sometimes have a little bit of difficulty doing so themselves. That's why we started this show called watching the Watchers so that together with your help, we can shine that big, beautiful spotlight of accountability and transparency down upon our system with a hope of finding justice. And we're grateful that you are here and with us today because we've got a lot to get into. We're going to be talking about some economic numbers here on the channel and what the heck? Well it's because I don't like taxes and that's really what's happening with all of this inflation that's happening and sort of the silent tax. We're going to take a look at some new economic numbers, some public polling numbers. Uh , it sounds like a lot of Americans are sort of in our boat wondering where all this money's coming from, that we are adding to the federal reserve balance sheet. So we're going to take a look back at a January. I'm sorry, July 8th, press briefing with Biden's deputy director of the national economic council. Her name is Samira Vassili. This happened just a couple of weeks ago. So we're going to check back in and listen to what they told us about inflation. Now we're going to check in, what's kind of happening with inflation. So we're going to listen to them. Then we're going to check in with the federal reserve chairman, Jerome Powell, see what he has to say. And then also check in with a woman named Cecilia Rouse who was kind of telling us that this inflation actually may be here to stay. And this actually came from the white house. Didn't really make its way into a lot of the media, but they are telling us that the recovery that we're going to be coming through on the outs of the pandemic of course, is going to be more analogous to what we were coming out of during world war II, which is a very interesting analogy. So we're going to go through that and see what is going on there. The white house of course, is also meeting with a guy by the name of Larry Summers, who has been very critical of the Biden administration, raising a lot of red flags about coming inflation. And then many people are speculating that the reason he is in the white house is because they're starting to recognize this as a bigger problem than maybe they're letting on so inflation stuff, but we're going to get into it. Then we're going to change gears. We're going to talk about COVID vaccine mandates. We've been sort of following along with this for some time, as you know, I'm a person that doesn't like to be told what to do from anybody. And so when we start to hear that our government, or let's say people who are sort of pseudo government entities like schools or , or different facilities, when they start to mandate things like injecting something into your body, of course, that is a cause for concern. In my opinion, if it's a mandate, right? I'm not anti-vaccine or pro-vaccine, I'm very pro-vaccine choice if you want that. But when the government wants to come in and mandate, it gets a little bit problematic. And so we're going to go around the country a little bit and see what's going on because we talked earlier this week and unveiled that France is going to be imposing these vaccine mandates for basically everything like cafes, restaurants and so on. And so we were sort of speculating that maybe France is the Canary, the Canary in the coal mine that might give us an idea of what might be trickling down here in the United States. So we're going to check out what's going on in California in San Francisco. We're going to take a look at what Ohio is doing. There's a new bill there where they're going to be basically banning the experimental vaccine for certain entities. And then we're also going to look at the U S army, which has just modified their general order. The troops are now going to be mandated to get the vaccine. So we're going to take a look at all of that in a very interesting criminal legal case , uh, not really a legal case, but sort of a , uh , botching of a legal case. We're talking about Larry Nasser . Of course, this guy was a former gymnast physician worked with a lot of the young women who are a part of the USA Olympic team sometime ago. And there were a lot of problems with this guy doing all sorts of weird exams on these young girls and all sorts of stuff. And apparently there was a lot of complaining that took place. All of these reports went over to the FBI and the FBI was just kind of like, well, what do you want us to do about it? We've got other things to focus on, like, you know , uh, arresting grandmas apparently, but now there's a report out from the office of inspector general that is going to detail, just kind of how badly the FBI botch that entire investigation. So we're going to go through that and more, if you want to be a part of the show, the place to do that is [email protected] , where there is a live chat that's taking place right now. Right now. It's a lot of fun. Let me see who's in here. We've got Joe Snow of course is in the house. We've got Gert , Sean Decker . I think, I think Gert is over from , uh, from , uh, Europe over there. He's here. We've got thunder sevens in the house. Arc two areas is their speech unleashed as always, we've got soul Vikings in the house. So a lot of activity we of course appreciate your support. That's where the chats taking place. If you want to ask a question, of course, [email protected], there is a link to a form that looks just like this. And so you can click the show topic here, ask your question, give us your local's name, your YouTube name. And we'll do our very best to read the question or the comment or the criticism right here on the show. We're going to go through all the different segments and we're going to save those for the end. If you're watching this on YouTube, you may notice something's a little bit different today. I got some very good news about an hour ago, got an email from YouTube saying, Hey, congratulations, Rob. You're back in the YouTube partner program. So you're re monetize now. And I about fell out of my chair. I'm also was doing cartwheels saying, this is crazy. I was not even expecting it at all because from other creators that I've heard from, they were telling you that this was going to be an 8, 9, 10 month. Wait, if , if we ever got re monetized to begin with. And so , uh, apparently that is well underway. So I got an email and I checked my backend on YouTube and it says, yeah, you're , you're in the program now. So you may start to see some new functionality come back, which is just outstanding. Super cool. So we'll have the super chats and we'll have all of that working its way back into the show at some point, but I'm not real sure how I'm going to do it yet. Right? So today not going to be taken any super chats on the show and I'm certainly not going to be in a position where we're going to be jeopardizing or sort of, you know, sacrificing the locals community, that's our home base. And so the locals is always going to be prioritize . But of course, now that YouTube, you sort of a , is welcoming us back with open arms. Uh, you know, of course we want to make sure that we are interfacing with, with the , the YouTube community as well, of course. And so you're going to see some of that happen. I just haven't figured out technically how to work through this very instructive little lesson here. And so I want to take a quick minute to explain what happened with YouTube, at least from my perspective, so that if you're a content creator or somebody who's thinking about making videos, which I encourage everybody here to do, I would really encourage you to, you know, to think about what you want to say in the world and express yourself in some way with videos or writing or speaking or podcasting, something like that. And it's very valuable. And I just want to sort of pass along something that I learned when I started this channel, it sort of grew organically. I didn't really know much of what I was doing. I still really don't trying to piece it all together, but doing our very best. And we were covering a lot of the body camera footage we were covering, of course, Kyle Rittenhouse, Daniel prude, Ray shard, Brooks, and the list goes on and on we've covered many of them. We've also talked a lot about a lot of the January 6th stuff, a lot of the election stuff, a lot of , uh , what happened with Sidney Powell, filing lawsuits and Linwood and , and the list goes on and on. We of course had been talking a lot about defending a lot of the Capitol hill protestors and talking sort of about their criminal defense cases. And we all know that all of those topics are very volatile and they're sort of on the gray area, you know, on the outskirts of what we tend to consider to be acceptable topics of conversation on a lot of the big tech platforms. Okay. So that all was stuff that I was creating. Well, I didn't really recognize this, but several of those videos got flagged as being 18 plus, which means that there's some pretty, you know, graphic stuff going on in there. Daniel prude was suffocated to death. You know, w we talked a lot about George Floyd . We all saw that video. And so YouTube sort of flagged those for us, right? And they didn't tell us that that was a problem for the partner program, for the monetization program. They just flagged it for you. And so there, there are all these different sort of layers of systems that are taking place on YouTube. You of course have the community guideline policies. That's where you get your strikes. That's where they'll throw you off of the platform. And you can have content on your channel that is 18 plus that's perfectly acceptable within that category, but that 18 plus little designation, it's not okay for the YouTube partner program. So as I got demonetized, I started to go back through my content. Now, I don't know if certain content is being flagged as being 18 plus, just because of the nature of the subject matter. Not necessarily, you know, I'm not , but my point is, I'm not comparing apples to apples here, right? I don't know if my video was really warranting an 18 plus status, whereas somebody else who's talking about a more acceptable topic, if they would get that same designation, I don't know. But the point here is that YouTube said that those videos were problematic. So if you're a content creator out there , uh , you know, this is not legal advice or content creator advice, but you gotta be very careful about that. If you get anything that is 18 plus flagged in your channel, or you get any copyright strikes or any of those things that you say, oh, it's not a big deal. They're not going to cancel me over that, clean those up. Because I think what happened with our channel is they saw a lot of the keywords and some of the bots just went through. They said, Hey, you've got some 18 plus videos there. And that is what we got categorized as being harmful and dangerous for. So I've learned a lot, you know, I think that , uh, I think that it's a learning experience for us. You know, I've always been somebody who tries to play ball with the platforms. And I know that I , sometimes I get criticized for that. And I understand the reason being, you know, I understand why that is, but you have to also remember, you know, it's their playground for now, we're at their house for now. They invited us in. So we got to play by the rules and you know, this is something I do in court, right? I don't , I don't go into court and start lobbing F bombs at the judge and say, this is F and , you know, whatever, right. There are rules of decorum and demeanor in court. And so we're kind of doing the same thing on YouTube. That being said, that's the entire reason why we are building up a separate community. Every time I talk about locals. And I say, we're building this brick by brick so that we can have more of the free flowing conversations so that we can talk about the election so that we can talk about what's happening here in Arizona. And we can talk about what Pennsylvania said and what Donald Trump said and all of this other stuff that we can't talk about here on YouTube. That's why we're building a separate platform. And at some point the scales are going to tip and YouTube is going to be less interesting. And some of the other platforms will be a little bit more interesting unless maybe YouTube says, you know what, that's not as bad as we thought it was. That's not as dangerous. That's not as harmful. Maybe they'll change their ways and we'll have more of the more , uh, I would say serious, interesting conversations over on YouTube. So thank you to everybody for all of your support. I know this is not political news. It's just channel update news. And I know most people don't care about it or, or, or , uh, you know , or even have any interest in creating content or this doesn't apply at all. But I just wanted to sort of pay you that respect and show you what's going on behind the scene. We are re monetize now. And so I , uh , uh, yet again, I sort of have to restructure kind of, you know, how this is all working. And so I appreciate you understanding that this is an evolution. This is an organically growing thing. And , um, you know, I'm sort of , uh , trying to slap this all together with some duct tape and some wire and see where it goes. And so I appreciate your understanding as we continue to sort of evolve here on the program. All right. So Rob, we got it. Can you move on? Yes, I can. Sorry about that. Let's get into the news of the day inflation nation, the United States is that what we are going to become. We're going to go through a little bit of a journey here. Of course, we're still in the early months of the Biden administration, just about six months in, and we're still seeing what they are doing. What are they unveiling front of us? What are their plans for the next three and a half years? Cause there's a lot of work that they say that they're going to be doing. And we've been, I've been kind of following a lot of this along the way. We know that in terms of criminal justice, that they're making a strong pivot to really funding the police and to being very aggressive with gun violence. And we were seeing what their policy is on immigration, basically. Uh , it's kind of a free for all, as long as they get to go out there and sort of wag their fingers and, and , uh , different countries noses that's. Okay. And so we are continuing to see what the plan is. And the big question that I've had for a long time of course, is about all the spending, because that was the big thing that Biden did. As soon as he hit the ground, running came into office 900 billion. There are 1.2 trillion there , another list goes on and on and on. And I think they're still floating around a new infrastructure built for something like 3.2 trillion, or maybe it's just a regular spending bill . It's hard . It's really hard to keep track honestly. And so my question has always been when they are printing all of this money, when all this money is being added to the balance sheet, what is happening to our, to the dollars in our pockets, because they're really messing around with the money supply. Now I want to go back and look not too far, this was a June 8th hearing, I'm sorry, a press briefing. And so I took this screenshot over from YouTube, and we're going to listen to this woman. I don't know what press agency she's with. You can see there back in the press briefing room, full, full tilt, no social distancing, no mass. You know, I don't know if they're checking for vaccines or whatever, but a little bit of a different scene, which of course is a welcomed. So this was a press briefing by press secretary, Jen Saki . And there are two people that I want to point out here. We got Samira fuzzily, which we're going to focus on. And another guy named Peter Horrell , who we're not going to focus on. You're going to also going to notice this was on July eight, 24,000 views taking place over at the white house. And so let's listen to , uh , to this question here. Oh, wait, no, hold on. Okay. So we've got, before we get to the question, let me show you who this woman is. So this is Samira fuzzily. She is an Indian American and of course, Biden named her as the deputy director of the national economic council. So this is somebody who is supposed to be uprising the white house of economic development, right? She's she's in this position, deputy director, national economic council, she was part of the transition, the national economic council coordinates the economic policy making process and they provide economic policy advice to the U S president, right? So the reason I'm framing this out is just so you know, who this person is, what often happens is there is so much news that we only ever focus on what Joe Biden says and what Kamala Harris says, right? And now we're going to be taking a closer look at what some of their close advisors are saying, because there's some important things happening. She is currently the economic agency lead on the Biden Harris transition, right? So she was back. She was very involved early on, earlier posted at the federal reserve bank of Atlanta, where she served as the director of engagement for community and economic development. Right? So back on June 8th, she was in front of the press Corps , giving them a briefing. And we're going to listen to the question and then we're going to listen to the answer. So the first question comes from the woman I showed you previously, and let's see what she's asking about. She's going to be talking about inflation and really wants an answer on the economic posture for the United States moving forward. So let's see what , uh, what the question looks like. This is

Speaker 2:

For a Samira and Peter, a scenario you use the word weekend, and as we're talking about supplies, I'm looking at the link with inflation , um, length of what should the American consumer be looking for now as come up with this report and the weaknesses that you've talked about as it relates to inflation, and then Peter, for you, you used words, vulnerability with putting weekend and vulnerability together. There's some kind of economic , uh , parallel with this. Where are we economically in this nation? What is our status? We are staving off or have been trying to stay off depression. Where are we thinking on still in recession, deep recession, where are we going at school with this question ? All right .

Speaker 1:

So we get the question and you can see sort of exactly what they're talking about. It is all about economic inflation, right? How , how long are we going to be experiencing inflation and what should the American people be doing and preparing for as this thing unfolds in front of our very eyes. So I want to show you the , the second part of the full question. And so I'm just making a quick adjustment here because I screwed something up during my prep, but here is the full video. And so what she does is we go about here and she asked the question, and then she's going to give us sort of this, you know, this build back, better answer up until we get about over here. And then she's going to answer the second part of the, of the question, which is all about inflation. So let's listen in and see what this says, these price dislocation . So let's listen here , Congress

Speaker 3:

To take action on his American jobs plan and American family's plan, because what we need now is a transformational investment to make sure we can actually grow from the bottom up and the middle out. Peter, do you want it, Peter? Now , now listen

Speaker 1:

To this on inflation,

Speaker 3:

You know, on these supply chain bottlenecks that we're seeing these, some of these prep , these price dislocations, these , um, temporary increases in delivery time. We fully expect these bottlenecks to be temporary in nature in terms of themselves over the next few weeks. Like if , um, again, these are good problems to be having demand came back much quicker than even companies expected. I think , um , the success of our vaccination campaign surprised many people. And so they weren't prepared for demand to rebound , um , in this way, but we still expect us to be transitory in nature. We're going to keep an eye on it, but we think it should resolve in the next few months.

Speaker 1:

Wow. Okay. So a couple of things there, right? Transitory in nature, nature temporary in the next few weeks to the next few months, it's all due to our vaccine program. There's been a , an explosive surge of demand. And so it's all just transitory. It's all a bunch of people out there who just have a ton of demand, right? And so we have to think about this. Uh, let's say that there was, well , you can use gasoline for example, right back during the pandemic, nobody was really around now, everybody's driving around. And so what they're saying is, while the supply chains are all broken, that's why gas prices are going up because people are overly consuming it at a rate that they weren't consuming it previously. But she's saying that once that all evens out, once enough people have gone through and done their traveling, we're all going to return back to normal. And so what she's saying is it's weeks to months, and it's all going to be basically fixed it's transitory and it's demand and supply chain related. That's what's causing the inflation in the price spikes. And the real question is, is that accurate because , uh , some new numbers came out and we want to go through them. It is now an opinion over from the Washington post, by Paul Badard from the Washington examiner. I'm sorry. It says that gloom 88% of people fear higher inflation under Biden. Bacon is up for 8.8 0.4%. Gas is up 45%. And so we're going to go through some of those numbers, but let's , uh, let's , let's get a little bit more background here before we remind ourselves what inflation is. So virtually all people in the U S 88% believe inflation is here to stay, and it's going to soar more continuing a troubling trend while the white house has given conflicting signs about the inflation potential projections that have been shared. So it's increasing about a 2.5% through 2024 before tapering off in 2026. Currently it's at about 5.4%. So these numbers may not mean much to you, right? They really don't to me, I need somebody to sort of explain it to me, but the goal here is, you know, the fed our monitor , our monetary experts. They want inflation to exist at a certain level, right? They sort of do that naturally. That's how modern economies work. We sort of have soft money in a lot of ways because the government just sort of, you know, prince a lot of it. And they expect that natural deflation will pull that money out of the supply a little bit , uh , in terms of increased productivity. So the point here, they're saying, it's going to be inflated. We're going to have a lot of inflation all the way through 2024 at at least 2.5%, then all the way tapering off to , uh , all the way to 2026, Greg , which is five years from now, which is not next month, which is not next week. And it's currently at 5.4%. So we're going to see what this means here in a minute, people are feeling the heat. What does that mean? 45% more for gas, 44% more for fuel oil, 5.6% more for milk, 8.4% for bacon. And so, you know, people who are living on tight budgets, which is most people, they, you know , they can't really take a hit for 5% more on cost of everything. When, when certain things are even significantly more than that, 45% more for guests, right? That is a problem for many Americans. And so this is of course, the reason why we're talking about it, reminder about what inflation is and what it looks like we've used this slide before in 1970, you could buy a cup of coffee for 25 cents is what this chart is showing you. 25 cents had the buying power of one cup of coffee. But when you fast forward to 2019 25 cents, won't even get you anything. Won't get you once you won't get you anything it'll maybe get you, what is that? One, six of a cup of coffee, maybe, right? Because the , the value of the quarter has gone down. It doesn't buy as much coffee anymore. It's it's you , you need more quarters because the money, the value has been inflated. It's not worth the same amount. And so you can see how this is trickling around to all of the other industries. This is a , I think this is a Washington post reporter over here. So not some, you know, right-wing lunatic here are the items really driving up inflation, car rental, 87% used cars, 45%. Right? And so for those things, you might say, well, those are transitory, right? People are just renting cars right now because it's summertime. And there's not that many cars available because everybody wants to go rent a car. We also have been hearing about chip shortages, which is causing new cars to be delayed. And so now maybe use cars are up dramatically and maybe that will all flatten out, right? We talk a lot about flatting, flattening the curve and watching, waiting for things to stabilize. So maybe some of these high prices will in fact come back down, but then you see it amongst other industries that just really don't seem related to anything we've got. Shoes are up 6.5% mean you're the same pair of shoes that you bought is now more expensive. Fruit is up. TVs are up. Bacon is up. Furniture is up . Hotels are up moving airfare, laundry machines, milk bars , fresh fish, rent , and everything else, right? Everything is going up and now people are starting to say, well, it's in the numbers. Okay. We know what you're telling us, but that same gallon of milk that I bought it's 5.6% more. And it seems like it's still going up. So what are you going to do about this? When many people are going to be stuck financially, they don't even really realize it yet. Well, why, why can't, why am I not saving any money? What happened to all my money at the end of the month? And they go, well, everything's a little bit more expensive. Every single bill you paid is going up incrementally month after month after month, a year from now, you're the frog in the boiling water going? This is not very good. So the question is, what are they going to do? The country has seen a lot of inflation problems back largely during the seventies and after world war II . And so we're going to take a look at some of that. The wall street journal is telling us that Powell, the federal reserve chairman is out. And he's saying that, yeah , we do have some anxiety about this. This came out yesterday, July 15th. We do actually have a little bit of anxiety about some higher inflation, but we're not going to do anything about it. So we're not going to change the policy. We're not going to reduce the asset purchases until they're further down the road. So the guy's name is chairman Jerome Powell. He said that recent inflation is uncomfortably above levels, consistent with the central banks objective. Okay. So he's recognizing, Hey, we set a standard and it's above that, not good. He says, this is a shock going through the system associated with reopening of the economy. It has driven inflation well above the 2%. So kind of the standard thinking is that the fed wants that to be right about 2%. And they know it's dramatically higher than that. And so it's causing some problems. Of course, we're not comfortable with that. He said, he said that the pandemic related bottlenecks, which are the supply side problems and other supply constraints for a group of goods led to the rapid price increases. You said it would be an error to overreact, to inflation that results from one-time increases like air travel, hotel rates and all of that . Those other things, us prices continue to accelerate in June at the fastest pace. In 13 years, as recovery from the pandemic gained steam department of labor reported the CPI, the consumer price index increased 5.4% volatile food and energy categories. Those were 4.5% from a year earlier. And that's in like one month, right? That's one month, 5% increase. And so if that happens month after month, and this is something that you actually see, you feel the pain every time you go into the grocery store, that can be a very, very significant problem. And I say it it's essentially a tax, right? The government says, oh, we need to print $2 trillion so that we can , uh, you know, help you people. And you say, wow , that's great. They're going to send us a stimulus check. I can't wait to get that. I really need a , I need that. Uh , but little, do you know that all of that extra mile , by the time it works its way into our balance sheets two years from now, it may have, you know , devalued your money to such a degree that you actually are in a worse position than you would have been. If the government had not pulled out all of that money to write a bunch of funny money checks. So you can see how there's a lot of debate that surrounds this stuff. Let's finish the wall street article. Before we dive into our history lesson, the fed has held interest rates near zero. Since the pandemic started March, 2020. And it says it expects to keep rates there until it's confident that inflation will run moderately, moderately above the Fed's 2% target. We're at 5.4% right now, their target is to the labor market has, and look, those numbers are probably very, very fudged because as we know from CPI, they don't include things like food and energy categories in that 5.4% number. So you can take that number and do what you want with it, but I'm skeptical. Mr. Powell said, the current level of inflation is well above the Fed's goal. This is not moderately above two by any , by any stretch. We understand that. So he knows the central bank has also committed to continue its bond purchases until achieving substantial, further progress. He says, the economy is still a ways off from reaching that standard, but that officials expect progress to continue. And remember folks, there's still a lot of stuff that's coming down the pike right now. You know, I there's a lot of uncertainty out there. I was just, I was on a business call today with a friend of mine who helps us with some work here. And, you know, he's sort of in the same position. Everybody's kind of waiting around to see what happens in Q4 and the rest of the year, because we're called that we still don't have, have we still have the eviction moratorium ending this year, this month? So when that runs out and stimulus runs out and what happens then? Well, a lot of that propping up the , the floor might fall out from under us, which is why Powell is out there saying the economy is still a ways off. So, you know , be before worn out there. If you're somebody who is , uh , like me, a small business owner, you know, there's, there's a lot going on out there. And , uh, I think it's important. We pay attention to it. So we're going to see what official from the byte administration has to say about this. I want to introduce you to this woman. Her name is Cecilia Rousey, arose , Cecilia ruse here and back again on July six, they posted another article, which sort of contradicts what the other lady was saying about this being transitory. So who is Cecilia rose? Uh , she is the 30th chair of the council of economic advisors took off as March 12th under Joe Biden. So she went to the Princeton Dean of school of public and international affairs and a member of the council of economic advisers . So another economist allegedly, and she says, here, she's going to run us through. We're not going to read this entire article, but I want to take a look at some of the charts from this. She goes through and gives us a historical parallel to today's inflation right back on July six . And we recalled that the other woman was also speaking roughly around the same time and a little bit of a different take here. So let's see what's going on here. Supply chain disruptions says Cecelia have a substantial impact on current economic conditions, economy-wide and retail sector. Inventory sales have hit record lows and a lot more techno mumble jumbo economic stuff, the combination of a spike in consumer demand. So that means that people are out and doing things again, which we're all seeing. And a supply chain that is not fully operational has contributed to the rising prices. So it's not the root cause is not about printing many trillions of dollars. That's not the cause it's about a spike in demand and a supply chain problem not increasing the money, monetary supply at all. And this is from one of the white house economist and what she does in this blog post. She takes us back through this little journey through history where we look at this chart. And what we want to do is compare what's happening in 2020 back to what's happening in prior eras. So here you can see 2020 and 2021. We see we're on this major uptrend going up with increasing inflation percentage change year over year. And so if you look at this spike, you say, well that , oh, that's it. Oh, the country has dealt with this before, right back during the seventies, under Jimmy Carter. And then back right after world war II . And so what she does is she sort of separates all of the different inflationary periods into these, these sort of epochs . We have episode one, episode two, the Korean war episode three 1960s expansion oil shocks back in the 1970s, Iraq invasion of Kuwait. Then we go to the rising gas prices in 2008. And so they're creating these little , uh , episodes she's calling them and we're going to go through. And what she's going to do is she's going to say, Hey, let's take a look at this section here from 2020 2021. And let's see if we can find this sort of pattern that looks like that anywhere else, anywhere else in our country's history. And then maybe we can do a little bit of a compare and contrast. We can say, oh, 2021. Does that match with the Kuwait operation? Does no, not really. Doesn't match there. How about oil shock? No , that looks doesn't look right. Oh, let's see what else is out there. And so she pits picks and sort of dials in on the era after world war II, when inflation surge, she says, and then retreated, right? So we can take a look. We've got two different bar charts here. The dark blue is going to give us the period from February, 1946 to August, 1948. So about two and a half years. And we can see food way up about almost 55%. We have apparel up 35% rent was up and we have fuel up and housing up and miscellaneous up. But then, because this was more temporary, right? She's saying this all sorted to deflate and work itself out of the economy when we get to 1948 to 1950, right? So another kind of two and a half years there, oh, look, inflation is way back down. Now food has gone down under 10% apparels down about 8%, a moderate inflation for the others, but nothing that would be problematic. And so she's going through, and she's saying, this is very analogous, right? We're going to see some of the same things happening here that we saw back during world war two. And we'll wrap up her article here. It says today we have metrics measuring longer run inflation expectations in the form of surveys. Let's see. However, is figure four shows both market-based metrics like the five-year and five-year inflation breakevens have broadly. We can see that we've broadly recovered from pandemic lows to levels more consistent with pre pandemic expectations. So she's saying here, you know, we're sort of doing an analysis here , uh, and we can compare and contrast that to months prior. She gives us two years prior. She says, no single historical episode of any one of those epochs is a perfect template for current events. But when looking for historical parallels, it's useful to concentrate on inflationary episodes that contained supply chain disruptions and a spike in Kim to consumer demand. So we have an example of that back during world war II , it's a better comparison than the 1970s. And it suggests that inflation could quickly decline. Once supply chains are fully online and pent up demand levels off, the CA will continue to carefully monitor this stuff. So a couple of points on this first , I think that, you know, I'm not an economist, but I think it's very difficult just from a , a general analysis perspective to , to compare what's happening in 2021 to something that happened 60 years , uh , years ago.

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It just is not quite the same. Not that that's bad thing when it comes to inflation, because a lot of the changes that we're seeing in 2020 world versus 1950 world in 1948 world are radically different. Okay. Technology has enabled us to sort of , uh , eliminate a lot of maybe inefficient activities like driving into the office. We can just stay home. Now, back in the 1940s, you couldn't do that right there . There's only so much you can do that would be deflationary and technology can be deflationary. So you sort of get more value out of the same dollar. So the example that I use there of course is your iPhone. You bought one version of it, but it kind of gets better every day . You install a new app, they give you a software upgrade and all of that. So you may have spent, let's say a thousand dollars on that, but you're getting $2,000 of value out of use of that product. So it's kind of deflationary, even though they're printing a bunch of money, you're getting more value out of it. And so that, that actually might support her claim. That inflation would not, that this analysis would be more akin to world war II, not for the same reasons, but because that the actual consequence of increased supply, I'm sorry, increased demand and a problematic supply chain are analogous to those things. And the tech improvements that we see on a daily basis are, are deflationary that are counteracting the inflationary. So maybe she doesn't even need to mention it. Okay. That's 0.1 point. And number two, is that what she said here is that this is good . Take a long time. We were talking about 1948 to 19 50, 19 46 to 1948. So several years, definitely not weeks, definitely not months. And now the white house is starting to acknowledge that her article Cecelia's and the prior woman, I can't remember her name. They both wrote that these are going to be sort of transitory on the face. But when you actually look at the numbers, we're talking about two to four year turnaround time from the white house, his own blog post . Now the white house is quietly signaling that the inflation could last years. So they're sending mixed messages. As we know, we know that rates went up 5.4%, but the white house council of economic advisors noted that 60% of the increase could be attributed to the auto industry and exacerbated by these semiconductors shortages. Right? So there's many explanations for complicated stuff. Former treasury secretary, Larry Summers was at the white house today meeting with several people, Brian DC and Cecilia Rouse. The woman who had just read from he's been raising alarms about inflation for months. And the visit came on the day when surging, June inflation numbers were reported, right? So maybe the white house is sort of changing guard a little bit. The article does note that no single historical episode is perfect. We already read that. And they sent a much more visible signal on inflation by having summers come to the white house, summers has hardly criticized much of the Biden's agenda, including the 1.9 trillion American rescue plan and both of his infrastructure proposals. He argues those spending levels. Coupled with the boards , maintain 0% interest rates will bring on rampant inflation. And that could be a very serious problem for a lot of everybody in this country. I mean, and nobody is immune from that. All right . So let's take a [email protected] and see what is coming in in terms of some questions. Now we've got a lot of them here, so we're going to kind of move a little quickly. Let's see here, we've got, let's see a woman walked through her place and showed how much stuff has gone up, like baby food and a YouTube pulled it from YouTube Fox this morning, all over it, border and censorship of government and big tech. That's weird. Why would they pull that? I've read through the community guidelines many, many times and the advertising guidelines. And I don't, I don't know what that would be a violation of , uh , spam and deceptive practices maybe, but I doubt it. Uh , let's see, we've got Kareem 1 65. It says I have a flight plan for Montreal to Miami. Do you think that after July 21st, the USA will reject any tourists who have not been vaccinated? Um, you know, I don't know about that. So it's a good question. I, I'm not the right person to ask about that. What's Miami going to do two weeks. Are we going to reject any tourists who have not been vaccinated? I doubt it. I don't think that's going to happen in two weeks. Probably not in Miami either. So come on down, brother. Let's have fun. All right, let's see. Uh , you're not gonna be in Arizona. You're gonna be in Miami. Let's see Joe Snow says Rob, many of our favorite content creators who cover current events have a multiple platforms in an effort to move away from platforms that engage in censorship they'll stream to YouTube, grumbled , DLI , pilled Odyssey about halfway through the stream. They'll turn off the YouTube stream and their followers will go over for the spicier content. If you consider this seems simple and very effective, you can make your thumbnails third segment, a mystery segment and discuss the spicy stuff. Ooh, I like that idea. I really like that idea. I like that idea a lot. That's a great idea. Jail . Maybe we'll do that. That that's kind of fun. I think Tim does that Tim Poole does that. I think Crowder does that. I know Ben Shapiro does that. Uh, and I think a lot of the other liberal commentators do it, but I don't ever listen to them. So let's see who else. Great idea. Thanks Joe. We got, want to know, says Rob, really a lot of businesses would take someone's ad money for their content. Isn't this like MTV, banning a music video is still playing it and keeping the money. It's a great business plan. Yes. They, they booted us out and then they , they sent me an email afterwards. It says, Hey, you're no longer in the apartment partner program, but just FYI, we're changing our terms of service, which means we can run ads on your content regardless. It's like, oh great. So that's good. So I'm glad I made all those videos for you guys, but we're, we're going to be friends with YouTube again. They invited us back to the party. So we're going to grudgingly come back. All right . So we'll come back. All right . So thank you for that great suggestions here today. We've got sobbed to here says, would it be feasible for a person subjected to a vaccine mandate to have a legal form, to give to the entity requiring the vaccine that they would guarantee no adverse side effects. If you submit to having the shot and that they would be liable if it should occur? Well , I so, so like, yes, you could, you could absolutely draft those documents and things like that. Right? People, people will come to our office sometimes and they'll say, Hey, can you draft these documents for us? I'll say, sure, we could. But when you present those to anybody, they're not going to sign them. Right. They're not going to, they've got you . You have no leverage in this equation. Saba is my point, right? Yes, you can. You can come up with a form . You can go in there and you can say all you want, but you really have very little leverage , uh , because you kind of have the weight of the entire federal government rowing against you right now. So we'll see where some of these things go as they work their way up to courts. But that's really, I think going to be the only mechanism until the courts come out and say , um, you know, yeah. Forcing people to inject something into their bodies, kind of a violation of some principles in Liberty, then maybe , um, we'll get some action from them, but we'll see. Let's see, Robert, do you think we should Sue the fed Todd trout? So good, good question, Todd. You know, I, I'm not a civil lawsuit person. So if I answered, yes, it would just be because I'm mad at the fed. And in which case, I guess I'll say yes, because they, Hey , allow this garbage to continue to go on indefinitely. So , uh, I, I don't think practically you should Sue the fed because there , I don't think that it's going to go anywhere, but I like the idea. Sometimes folks, you just file lawsuits to make a point. Don't ya ? All right . We've got thunder. Seven says, Rob, congrats on the YouTube news. Love the super chats about the inflation. I think it's good news because this is what happens in a Marxism. Maybe when people have to start lining up for groceries, like they did in the USSR and even the moderate Dems will turn against trader Joe . Can you imagine how well the economy would be doing right now if Trump was president? Yeah, it's hard to know, but things were absolutely better for our firm personally, for , for all of the people that I know back in 2019, things were humming, humming, humming, humming, and I think Trump, Trump was on a glide path to reelection and of course they couldn't allow that to happen. So here we are. I , uh, you know, I really hope it doesn't get to that. I hope that the American people sort of wake up sooner rather than later, and learn a little bit more about the monetary supply stuff. And th the reason why I think it's important is because we now have alternatives, whether you want to , you know , believe in it or not. There are alternative monetary systems out there that are easily accessible, right? From your cell phone. You can go buy Bitcoin easily and transmit that to anybody in the world without any third party , without any government interfering with you. And it's a powerful thing, right? You may think it's a scam or something. That's a joke, but I would really encourage you before you make a decision on any cryptocurrencies and any sort of hedges against inflation. Or if you're looking for a place to sink your money into a hard, into hard money or a hard asset, like, like gold or something like that, right? This is not financial advice, but there are a lot of alternatives out there where you can sink . You can sink your assets into something that, that can not inflate that height. Now it can fall down in value, but in terms of being hard and sound money, Bitcoin is pretty solid. And there's a great book. It's called the Bitcoin standard by a guy named south Dean . And , uh , it's a brilliant book. I've recommended it to many people. So check that out. If you are interested in a hedge against the current monetary policy, we have Gert . John is here, he's from the Czech Republic, says, why is the fed, why is this what the fed is doing now different than, than what Japan did in the nineties? Uh, why is this what the fed is doing now? Any different than what Japan did in the nineties? So I don't know , you know, I really don't, I'm not familiar with what Japan did in the nineties. What was going on in the nineties? Um, I was 10, probably, yeah. In the nineties, 10 to 15 years old. Right. Some somewhere in there. Let's see. So I don't know what they were doing in Japan. Good question. I'm really trying to wrap my head around it, but I don't know. Davis parks is here, said target inflation is generally said to be 2% per year, this accounts for natural expansion of the economy. But the first six months of the Biden administration average over 7% annual inflation. The article you read is projecting the year will end above 5%. In other words, this is about triple the natural rate of inflation for reference Trump average below 2% over all four years, including 2020 it's. Yeah, this is such a fashion, fascinating space. There are so many different angles to sort of analyze this. Thank you for that Davis. And I'm still learning a lot. So if you've got corrections or anything that you say, Hey, Rob, that's kind of a little bit wrong. Love it. Send them my way, because I want to , uh, consume it. We've we've saved so much money on that package of hotdogs though. Says want to know , uh, yeah, I get our hotdogs going down. I don't know. I haven't bought hot dogs in a while . We've got speech unleashed says solution. Uh , things cost more. So the government will give a , give out more money to help the people. People get more dependent. So the government starts to regulate industries on how much they can charge for things. Net result. Government gets more control over private businesses under the guise of protecting the people and the people's money is just being diluted right in front of them. Right? The government has to you get this terrible cycle because the government prints the money to pay the people and the printing of the money to pay the people devalues their money. So the government has to print more of it, which devalues the money to pay the people and the cycle. It just goes on and on and on again until you have Venezuela and there's no food in the grocery store. Tos forever says very interesting. Why have they not connected the gas gasoline costs affecting the consumable prices? Good question. Right. And I think they probably have maybe. So the idea that in order to transport your widgets from poor a to port B, you've got to put it on a truck. The truck costs 45% more gas to get it across the country. So you've got to increase those costs, get passed down to everybody else. And maybe that's why bacon is up 8%. And maybe that's why some of these other things are trickling up. That seemed like there's no correlation between the two. It's a great point, right? And that could easily be it. It's just the transportation bubble or it's trillions of dollars being printed. I don't know. We're going to find out aren't we, we have Sharon Quinney says inflation really hits those on fixed incomes, right? Like retirees. We can probably expect entitlement increases funding by funded by the printing press. We're looking at the start of a Y Mar Republic type situation. And we know what that led to, frankly, I don't trust or believe anything. The current regime puts out there as facts, given their track record on truthfulness. I couldn't agree with that more. Right. I think it's, it's a current administration or really kind of any elected official at this point. I think after the last 18 months of all of the dishonesty, the intentional flagrant dishonesty, why , why would you believe their numbers? Let's see who else is here? Oh, Sox says Rob big fan. So do you think we should go back to , uh , backing us money with gold? I noticed other countries starting to do this. Do they know something we don't? Uh , yeah, they do. They do. They know, they know that it is extremely valuable. It's hard money. I think Bitcoin is in that category and I would really encourage you oh , sock to go read that book because he talks about this. And there's a, there's a very important concept that I didn't learn about until recently sort of called the time preference of money, the time preference for money, something like that. But the idea is that you want money to increase in value so that you , you sort of save it. That that's what causes people to save it. If they, if it decreases in value, why would you save it? You don't want it because if you take your dollar and put it in a bank account 10 years from now, it's not worth a dollar anymore. So it sort of incentivizes you to spend that a dollar comes in, get rid of it because you know, it's not really valuable. So if you go back to a gold standard, then, then everybody starts saving their money because they want to, you know , leave something behind for their kids. And they don't rely on, you know, things like life insurance. They're actually building an asset that compounds and value that dollar you put into your bank account. Guess what, 10 years from now? It goes up to a buck 10. Wow. That's crazy. I'm going to save all of it so that I can pass along things to my kids, but that causes people to do less investing. Right? Because it just sits in a bank account rather than going in gambling and the stock market, or, you know, doing other things that maybe have a higher ROI. And so there's a lot of different things that are interplaying with one another. But certainly I think, you know , instinctually, I've always sort of had a feeling that money is

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Not hard, right? Kind of just something that kind of comes and goes and our government treats it like that. And I've never been comfortable with that. We've talked about this here on the show where we'll go through a new spending bill. We covered many of Joe Biden's spending bills. And we said, oh, you know, 700 million for this country, 600 billion for this 200 million, 22 million in his ultra , sort of like, it feels like it's a bunch of kids at Disneyland with a free for all just, oh, I'll take that too. I'll take that too. I'll take that too, because they know it's sort of irrelevant. It's not backed by anything. It's funny money essentially. And they can just print it for whatever they want. And that has never felt right to me. So I would be more inclined to go back towards a , you know, a harder money standard, but I'm already going that way. I don't need the U S government to help me with that. I think crypto is here to stay for the future. So that's where I will be. We've got boom, naughty . One says I have to ask all these declines where they not all under democratic leadership. That's a good, good's a good question. I don't know . Weird coincidence. Might that be, huh ? Yeah . Good question. I don't know, but maybe worth investigating. Let's see Davis parks is here. It says it's convenient that , uh , economists don't account for ethic or morale too many people have been spoiled by the stimulus and they won't settle for low paying jobs. I don't see an outcome where everyone just heads back to work without any demands for higher wages. It's good. It's a good point. Right? Lot of people just aren't working again. They just don't want to go back to work. And why should they? The government just keeps printing them money and says you can't evict that them and all for, for helping people, right? I'm all for making sure that we have a safety net, especially when the government says, oh, you can't work anymore. When the government says we're going to actually take liberties away from you. Well, they better frigging pay for that because there's , they're removing our God-given rights. Our fundamental liberties from us to go out there and engage with the world. If they say you can't do that, then they better compensate you for that. In my opinion, it's more, it's analogous to sort of , uh, you know, the takings clause, essentially, the government comes and takes your house. I gotta pay you for that. It's called just compensation under the constitution. So if they're going to take your Liberty, like you can't leave your house and go to your place of business, they better stick and pay for that. And they don't have enough money in the world to pay for that. That's the problem. And so we all suffer as a result of it. All right . Davis parks. Yep . Good to see you. Great question. I don't know what's going to happen, but it does. Cause pause. Certainly we got wants to know, says Fox is showing vaccine canvassers going out to California right now, knocking on doors. Good. Because we're talking about that in the next segment. So they're actually doing that now. That's nice. Jeremy [inaudible] is here. It's good to see you. Jeremy says the economy is a living, breathing animal it's affected by poor leadership. The former president approved the economy can come roaring back quickly. And the current administration wants us to forget that. I remember it very strongly, right. Say what you will about Donald Trump man. But when he got into office, he was meeting with caterpillar, you know, the construction company and all these companies jobs, bring it , bring your companies back forward and all of them. And I noticed it in my line of work, my colleagues, my networking groups. I noticed it not noticing it anymore. Rob polies says Sharon, Quinny the American people waking up. What have you been smoking lately? You American people have been permanently zombified by bread and circuses. I don't know Sharon. I, it must be good. I , I don't know. I'll have to figure that out. Well, we're probably all gonna need a hit of something here in the next quarter, so better get on it. All right . Let's see. We have a row Butte day says, Rob, are you familiar with Monero? Which is a private unlike Bitcoin. Yeah. I am familiar with Monero and a couple other versions of this. You know, people say that Bitcoin is all for criminals and I happen to be a criminal defense attorney. And I say, that's the dumbest thing I ever heard. What are you talking about? Bitcoin is a public ledger. You can actually just go on a block Explorer and look at all the transactions. And if I gave you my wallet, you could say, Hey , uh , oh , I saw all the money that you got transferred in, which isn't as much as I want, but you know, it's public so they can track this stuff. All right . Good stuff. Good questions. All right. Let's move on to the next segment. Thank you for those. Of course, all of those came over from watching the watchers.locals.com and we very much appreciate your support. All right. So next segment COVID vaccines. We've been talking about these being mandated. We've spent some time speculating about what the U S armed services are going to do. Talked about the Navy hinting that they were going to be mandating vaccines, talked about. The army talked about France and their president McCrone who was going to be also mandating this for some , uh , some, you know , medical facilities, but also cafes, restaurants, bars, clubs, basically everything that you do out in public. You're going to be mandated to show a digital vaccine passport over there in the EU, starting in France. So we've all been questioning that here in the United States. When is that going to be cut cascading into our country? Where's it going to start? And what's happening. We talked earlier this week about a CNN contributor who was talking about making , making, being unvaccinated, extremely difficult, making it hard. And we said, that's kind of strange because it feels like the default for this woman was you get the vaccine. Whereas the default for most other people is sort of, you know, freedom, Liberty, personal choice, personal responsibility. Don't tell me what to do. Don't tell me what I put in to my body. So we're seeing a little bit of a change here in the foundation, philosophically about what our government thinks is appropriate. And then now the LA times is telling us that tougher tactics for the unvaccinated are needed to stop a new rise in COVID-19 . So we're basically at like , uh , uh, I , I, I don't think it's a rerun. I think it's well that we're kind of in now. So it's kind of like part two oh , Delta part two Delta par three Lambda , right? We're gearing up for it again. And they say that Corona virus cases are rising among the un-vaccinated and efforts to get them shots are lagging. They say that there is a growing belief in some public health circles that more aggressive tactics are needed to get more of the population inoculated. The solution won't be easy. They say, but officials and experts are pretty confident that they know what's going to work. First. They're going to send trusted people in communities to advocate for vaccinations at events, going door to door and , uh , doing wonders in convincing people to get vaccinated said a UC San Francisco epidemiologist named Dr. Kristin getting vaccines into the offices of primary care physicians where doctors can answer patients questions directly can help to . Yeah . And so, you know, that, that, that second part kind of makes sense, right? Your primary care doctor, if they have vaccine supplies and they're ready to go, and you go into your doctor's office and you say, oh, I'm just here to get my annual checkup. He says, have you been vaccinated? And you say no. And they say, well, oh , we have them here. Do you want it? And you say, no, I don't. And you say, well, maybe I do. What's your take on it? And your doctor says, oh , blah, blah , blah, blah, blah, blah , blah, blah, blah, blah. And you say, oh, okay. That sounds, that sounds pretty good. You're my doctor. You know who I am. You just gave me a full physical exam. And , uh , you're , you're a medical professional. You've got my medical chart there. You know, the last time I had that thing going on, remember that? And you helped me through that. So now I'll take your advice. Sounds pretty reasonable. Thanks doc. Now that you mentioned, I actually we'll get that shot or you that's great. Thank you, doc. I appreciate that you are a medical doctor. I appreciate that. But I have also analyzed my risk factors and I think I'm pretty healthy. I think I might've had COVID anyways, and I am a little bit concerned about some of these extenuating things, and I'm just going to decide not to take it my personal choice and your doctor says, great smart, man. We've been working together for a long time. Good luck to you , right? That's pretty reasonable because you're having a conversation with a medical doctor part, number one, though, sending trusted people, whoever the hell they are into communities to advocate for vaccinations at events and going door to door. I don't think that's appropriate. Okay. I don't want to buy a magazine from somebody coming to my door, let alone a vaccine. So that's stupid. And if somebody came to my door about that, I'd be pretty upset about it. Another strategy would involve new requirements to get vaccinated. So requirement's is a different strategy. Such as workplaces. They said employers could require unvaccinated workers to get tested daily. An approach that has been used elsewhere around the world, unvaccinated workers to get tested daily. I happened to be an employer we've got about 23 people here. That's a pretty big burden for me to have to deal with. I'm not a medical office or a law firm. I don't have any desire to test everybody and to manage their physical life, their mental health and wellbeing , but the government might come down and say, you got to do that anyways, because they , uh , apparently know better than I do. Now. San Francisco has also ordered all workers in high settings, such as hospitals, nursing homes, and residential facilities to be fully vaccinated by September 15th. Remember, same thing was happening earlier. We talked about this in France. They started rolling this thing out slowly. It's the frog in the pot. It starts off a little bit cold, a little bit warm, then you're boiling and you're dead. Now they're doing the same thing in France. So deadlines that are just going to slowly start to , uh, you know , make, make more and more tight in terms of their restrictions on exemption will be available for workers with valid religious and medical reasons. And they will be required to get tested for the virus weekly. Right? Exactly. What the medical person from CNN talked about earlier this week, make it hard to be unvaccinated . San Francisco ordered all 35,000 of its workers, including police, firefighters, and custodians and clerks to get vaccinated or risk losing your job, going to lose your job over that as a police officer, as a firefighter, as a clerk. Wow. Okay. That's that's in San Francisco. So once the vaccine has been formally approved, then , uh, let's see, unless they have a religious or medical exemption. Once the vaccine has been formally approved, currently all three available vaccines are being distributed under an emergent youth use authorization. And so we're going to see this here soon, right? And I am of the mindset that they are going to do everything humanly to make sure this is no longer an experimental or an emergency use vaccine, that this actually becomes something that is totally FDA approved so that they can say that all day. And then you're going to see some changes in the law that happened because a lot of these laws and a lot of these policies are being drafted to prevent the government from doing something in an experimental manner. But once it's no longer experimental, well, then they're okay with it. And they're even acknowledging that we're going to hear about that from the governor, from Ohio university of California and the California state university systems, they've also announced that they will eventually require COVID-19 vaccine, COVID-19 vaccination for all students, faculty and staff on campus properties, right? So California is going to be the first, as they often are with terrible ideas. So they're going to be hitting this hard. Dozens of colleges nationwide have said that they're going to require vaccination for enrollment in the fall, including some of the worst schools in the country like Yale, Princeton, and Columbia, where we get a bunch of morons who think that they know about economic policy and international relations, trying to run the country in boneheaded manners, because they think that they're elite intellectuals and they're not. So they'd go to nice schools and they come out and they want to tell us all how to live our lives as is usually the case. Now it just doesn't stop there in the schools though, if you are in the armed services, you're next you're coming on. Actually it's it's now you don't even have to wait. This is , uh , a clip over from U S a C E and Fort Rucker. And we're going to hear from these two , uh, army people who were going to tell us what they're doing when it comes to

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Hey for Rutgers Sergeant major Wilson and I are here to give you an update on the COVID situation at Fort Rucker team . We just had a fantastic 4th of July weekend. Uh , freedom festival is a huge success, and I know that everybody enjoyed the opportunity to be able to be outside, enjoy the concert and the fireworks, but we're not out of the woods yet. You COVID-19 is still with us. And in some cases it's getting worse. So we're here to ask you again, to follow COVID 19 mitigation measures. If you're not vaccinated, wear your mask, wash your hands and social distance due to the rising rates in the counties, around us, in some on Fort Rucker, we're now implementing geo number 12. And the big difference is going to be that if you are not wearing a mask, the leadership will be able to ask you, I'll ask soldiers to prove that they've been vaccinated by showing their vaccination card. This measure is very important so that we can nip this in the bud and continue to protect our mission, protect our people and protect the local communities above the best.

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So, all right. So they're , they're making some changes as well, and that's going to be, I guess the thing. So if you're in the armed services, they just come up to you. Hey, not wearing a mask. Let me see the card. I've been vaccinated. Here you go. Leave me alone. Otherwise put a mask on. Right. So, okay. I guess, you know , if you're, if you're in the armed services, you have to comply with that. I don't know what happens if you have an objection to that. Probably not anything good. So that's interesting little problematic. I would think if you were already in the military and you didn't want, you know , so let's, let's start there. They're kind of changing the rules in the middle of the game for the people who are already in the military, right. If you've already signed up for four year tour or whatever, and halfway through, they say, oh, we're, we're gonna make it . You do all of this other stuff that maybe you have an objection to. Maybe that's problematic for your religion. Maybe you are a conscientious objector to whatever is going on. You think that this is , uh , you know , uh, I've seen some people say that this is an , an abortion thing, right? They've got concerns over it because they don't know where the vaccines came from. Maybe it came from some research that came from some embryo somewhere. And so that's, it, that's the reason. Right? And that's a fine reason if they don't want to take it for whatever reason, my opinion, that should be perfectly fine. But what if you're in the army? What if you're in the military and you say, well, I've always had that objection, but you just changed the rules. So what do you want me to do about that? Well, we're going to see, and maybe that's the point, right? Maybe they want sort of a, a voluntary separation of certain people out of the armed services and for the people who were thinking about joining and now maybe have an objection. Maybe they just don't join anymore. We'll see what the numbers look like later. Also, we're going to go over to Ohio. Now, we're going to take a look at this governor kind of a , kind of a split little thing going on here. So Ohio governor signs, a bill that banned schools from mandating COVID-19 vaccinations . So you say, oh good, that's good. Right? We're going to , we're going to be seeing a situation where the schools, maybe you say, good, maybe you say bad, right? There's probably a significant portion of the audience here in the world that say that's a terrible idea. They should be able to do whatever they want. And that's fine if you, if you're sort of pro vaccine choice, not pro vaccine mandates, you'd be looking at a headline like this and say, oh great, good news. Okay. I'm pro-vaccine choice. And so I'm, anti-vaccine mandates. And so the Ohio governor carving this out, saying that schools cannot mandate vaccines. You might say, that's a good, that's a good thing. But then you would , uh, read the sub title here. It says the vaccines would have to receive full FDA authorization under the law, which we know is correct . So at that point, then it sounds like the school we'll be able to mandate the COVID-19 vaccine, right? So it's sort of a very short temporary victory for the pro-vaccine choicers , but not so much for the pro-vaccine mandates. They're going to get them anyways, because this law only protects against emergency use experimental vaccines. But once they're FDA approved, well then mandates can come back in Ohio. Governor Mike DeWine, you can see him here, said signed the law into bill, signed the bill into law on Wednesday, preventing public schools and universities from requiring people to receive a vaccine that has not been fully approved by the FDA. So the epoch times over here says the CCP virus vaccines manufactured by Moderna Pfizer and Johnson. And , uh , I've got a typo . Johnson and Johnson are being administered under the FDA's emergency use authorization. The vaccines haven't been fully approved by the agency. Although some federal officials in recent weeks have suggested they will be by the end of 2021. We're going to take a look at this bill quickly. It's not big house bill 2 44. It's going to take effect in 90 days, it's going to target COVID-19 vaccines, prohibiting public schools, universities, and colleges from quote, forcing an individual to receive a vaccine for which the United States food and drug administration has not granted full approval. However, by the time the law goes into effect, which is mid-October most Publix school and college students will be back in class. So the question is sort of implementation. We know it's coming into effect in October, but school starts in August. So what are the schools going to do? Are they going to modify their current policy to come into compliance with the forthcoming law? Or are they just going to modify I'm sorry. Stand true to their vaccine mandates until the new law goes into effect. Probably the former, I would guess let's take a quick look at the bill. Don't wanna spend a ton of time on it. Just want to show you what this looks like in case you see this coming down in your states. So we see here, it's going to amend different sections of the code. This is an act in the general assembly. Section one is talking about children of military families. And so we're going to kind of skip back PI by most of this, this is all talking about military stuff, the department, we talk about , uh , uh, transportation and requirements. So this section is really kind of not relevant to the headline that we're talking about, but they're talking about , uh, quarantine. So if somebody flies into Ohio, this gives us some quarantine rules. You know, if they're going to mandate that you get quarantined, then they're talking about the government, essentially paying for that. Uh, the department shall provide the individual with transportation, lodging food, any necessary medical examination throughout that period. So we've seen this in other parts of the world. I'm not sure if this is happening in other parts of the United States, but sort of the, I think it was in Hawaii, right? And maybe New York back during the height of the pandemic. But if you went to Hawaii, I think during the height of it, you had to sort of isolate quarantine for two weeks or something like that. And so this law is amending their statutes in Ohio to say, if you're going to pass a quarantine requirement on anything, it's going to have to follow these guidelines. All right, now let's get into this part. So it says a section a as used what is a public school? So this is where the ordinances going to be applied. It finds it as a city, local exempted village joint vocational school district. It is a state institution of higher education along with other definitions. Let's see, not withstanding any conflicting provision, a public school or state institution of higher education shall not do either of the following. So here's the pertinent language. Number one require an individual to receive a vaccine for which the United States FDA has not granted full approval, or they cannot discriminate against an individual who has not received a vaccine describing this section, including by requiring them to engage in or refrain from activities or precautions that differ from the activities or precautions of an individual who has not received, who has received such a vaccine. Okay. So two things happening requiring individually. Well , the schools cannot force somebody to go get a vaccine that is not fully approved. Okay? So we know that there are, they are going to be fully approved at some point in time. So this law is doesn't impact that at all. As soon as it's fully approved, this law is irrelevant as to that subsection B one, unless they have another experimental vaccine, then the school can't force that again. But again, we know that they're going to be rolling out a lot of these vaccines. We also see under subsection two, it basically subsection two , saying that you can't treat a vaccinated person and an unvaccinated person differently. They gotta be treated equally. You can't allow the vaccinated person to do certain things and not allow vaccinated person to not do those things. You can't require that the unvaccinated person take certain precautions like additional testing or wearing additional masking or anything like that. So that is that , that seems reasonable. But if it becomes approved, then they can still require the vaccine. So you will have to become, you will have to come into compliance and subsection two won't matter anyways, because every, every single person at that school or that enterprise will be mandated to take the vaccine. So, okay. So it's, it's a , it's a bill. It doesn't really do much of anything. It's gonna be useless in a year or six months , even by the end of the year. All right . So let's see what the wine had to say. He didn't give any comments at the time of signing, but he did say it's past time for the FDA to take into account that hundreds of millions of people have received these vaccines and moved it from an emergency basis. Move it from emergency over to a regular basis. He says, it's very, very, very important. I plead with you. I'm begging you. Please do everything. I can't sleep. My wife won't even talk to me. The sun is dull, I'm dreary and drab and depressed. I can't stop swallowing. These antidepressant and pills helped me get vaccinated. Basically what all these people say like now. All right. So let's take a [email protected] and see what's happening over in the chat we've got , uh , let's see, who was here? Uh , speech on Lee Sol Viking, Gert Jan , still here. Joe. Snow wants to know arc two areas there. Ha oh, that's a spicy comment, right? They're not going to okay, so that's good. Let's take a [email protected]als.com. All right . Want to know is here says they're calling them trusted messengers. Saki said that they were paying them. They're trusted voices. They're wearing bright yellow safety vests knocking on doors.

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A place isn't it. Noro norovirus here says the problem with doctors answering the questions about the vaccine is that the doctors do not know anything about the vaccine. Nobody does. The inserts are blank. Uh , the die , we can't give a medical , uh, stuff on this, on this show. They're norovirus. You know that doctors who tell you, they know what the side effects are. Norovirus is a doctor on this. We've had a lot of conversations about the medical stuffed norovirus. Uh, you know, I really wish I really wish this is why we have, I have to take Joe snow's suggestion and take the third segments off YouTube so we can answer . I can read that and answer that and talk about that. It's a great question. Can't do it though. All right . We just got monetized together. I can't. Woo . Woo . I got at least the last a day. At least the day we got RO beauty is here, says McCrone and people advocating for vaccine passports are the same people that we be part of the Staci and the Gestapo. Also, if the health officials would want us to trust the vaccine, they get the pharmaceuticals to give up the patents and allow for an independent analysis and stop censoring. Any discussion. Yeah . We should also punish those, these businesses with the vaccine passport. So rebuke . I think what you're saying is you can absolutely vote with your wallet and some of these places, right? If they're going to say that this is how they're going to do business, you can , I'm not going to go to your restaurant anymore. I'm not gonna go to your cafe. We're not going to go to your bar anymore because we don't want to live our lives. That way. I don't, you know, I don't necessarily want a bunch of COVID to kill people that don't want that. No , I absolutely necessarily do not want that to happen. That's not my point. I want people to be able to make the decisions for themselves. And if you want to stay home, because you're afraid of unvaccinated people, that's your choice. Sorry. You can stay home. W society doesn't have to bubble, wrap everything for you so you can leave your house in peace. The world is a scary place. There's a lot of scary things that happen . You get hit by a car. You could swallow the wrong pill and drop dead. You could have an aneurysm or a stroke. You could eat something bad at a restaurant. Somebody could hit you with their car. You could be stabbed and murdered. There's many things that could happen, or you could catch the coronavirus . Society is going to do what we can to make sure that we minimize those harms to the greatest extent possible, but not at the sake, not at the expense of Liberty and your fundamental rights not appropriate. So if you're going to be a vaccine hysteric about this and say, well, if I go to a restaurant, I want to be able to eat freely. Not having to worry about my, the person sitting next to me being unvaccinated . Okay, well, that's fine. You can want that. I don't default with your perspective of Liberty and freedom. I think that it's, the default is more freedom. And if you , you have the freedom to not go to that restaurant, if that restaurant says, Hey, this is our policy, and this is how we want to do things. And the local government says that you don't have to dine there, right? And it's not your responsibility to tell other people how to run their establishment and tell other people how to manage the risk in their lives . That is in insane nanny states mindset. And it is a problem. Yeah . All right . Speech unleashed says these mandates failed to take into consideration the natural immunity of people who already had COVID. There was no need to get the vaccine if you already had COVID and recovered. So again, don't want to, you know, that's not medical advice on this channel, of course, but , uh , there are studies that, that are saying that, and we've heard other politicians say that, right? The media has said to certain politicians and said things like, Hey, have you gotten vaccinated? And they say, well, I already had COVID. I think, I think we played one of those clips here. Uh , thunder seven, Rob, please explain the Nuremberg code. No government can mandate vaccines . So they are using scare tactics and unbelievable pressure to get people jabbed . I heard that only 9% of African-Americans have been injected as they know firsthand that the government helping you equals big problems. Right. And yeah, the African-American community should be more skeptical than anybody because there's some history there. So I don't right . Then there's also history for the government lying to you and me. And it's not , we don't have to go back to the syphilis experiments. You know, decades ago, we can go back to six months ago when they were lying directly to your face and they're still lying to you. So why would you just go? Oh sure. Sounds . Sounds good. We got norovirus here says , uh, Laura , Nora, you changed your name here. Are you trying to hide yourself? Unless the FDA is 100% corrupt, as opposed to 98%, they will not be able to approve the vaccine other than emergency use simply because there is a cutoff number for death for approval. We were far beyond that night. She says, maybe don't take this comment if you want to stay on YouTube. So I'm going to stop reading right there and we'll save that for another segment. Good to see you, Nora. We have , uh , uh, Cal state universities lost faculty. So don't know who posted this because there's no name here. Let's let me show you a Cal state university lost faculty because of the vaccines. This is the most abusive BS. There is Rand . Paul did a whole discussion on the pros and cons of the vaccination, right? A doctor. So there are people with different perspectives on this. Let's see, we've got one. No , it says, Rob, did you get your child money from Biden yet? I didn't get mine. Either kids grown up. I think this is racist. That gets the people who don't have kids. Are you telling me that people, without people, kids got money, I don't have any kids. This is a violation of the equal protection clause. Where's my money robot day says those people advocating vaccine passports are stupid. As they assume that COVID will go away. That chance to eliminate it was long gone. So I think you're referring to sort of the early days of the outbreak, when maybe we could have stopped this whole thing from happening, obviously that did not happen. Rob, I love how the government is pushing the vaccination while the FDA has not approved. It also doesn't worry anyone that no has ever been pushed this hard for people to take just seems strange it . So it's hard to answer that question, right? Cause we've never lived through anything like this before. It's hard to compare these efforts to sort of the last pandemic, because I never lived through one of these things. So, you know , I don't know how, how appropriate it is to watch to vaccinate an entire country. But I do know that the goalposts are moving almost every day . Right? At one point we heard that, oh no, the vaccines, we just have to get to herd immunity. Remember everybody said that, oh, it's just herd immunity. So if we, if we vaccinate like half the population and we know that another like one third of the population got COVID we add the half to the one third. All right, we're moving our way up. So we're sort of like in the 60, 70% vaccination rate. And so that should be herd immunity and that's great. That's all we need. Right. And that , that, that was okay. That's fine. Because now you have a lot of room for people to opt out of the system. It's opt out. We don't want that game. But what we're hearing now is that that's not enough. No , Delta's too bad and Lambda's too bad. And I think McCrone said he wanted like 98% of the country vaccinated so that doesn't leave much room for the objections. All right . Tos forever says, when is someone going to address HIPAA ? When are the lessons from the Holocaust and experimentation going to be addressed, who was going to address human rights law? Cause it's a good question. I don't know tos. So I think there's going to be a lot of lawsuits taking place. And I think all these issues are going to be fleshed out in there. We have TMN 5, 9, 4, 7 says isn't mandating any vaccine in essence, practicing medicine without a license. Yeah. I mean, kind of right? Like you have a bunch of legislatures, legend and legislatures who are dictating medical policy too . Our population, I guess they put a doctor on there. And now it's medical consultations with your local government. I don't know. That's a good question. It's ed is here. It says if the vaccine is designed to protect a person from COVID, why does anyone care? If I don't get the vaccine, if they are concerned they should get the vaccine and leave me alone. Alone. Yeah, I think it's because they're saying that you can still spread it to other people who are unvaccinated or now they're talking about these breakthrough cases, right. Where people who are even vaccinated are still getting sick with COVID again. And so I don't really get it. You know, I think if you're vaccinated and the people, you know, and love and care about are vaccinated and you feel safe and secure and your little government bubble then. Okay. I guess that's fine. Yeah, you can. You can, you can, you can do that. Alright . Jeremy Machida says my opinion on the military stance on getting every soldier vaccinated is just to get it out of the way so they can focus on more important issues. The current situation is the vaccine is not mandatory, but you are on limited. You are limited on what duty you can participate in soldiers, not vaccinated ultimately affects the mission from their perspective. Yeah. And thank you for that, Jeremy. I think that's a very, very valid, reasonable alternative interpretation, right? And I think that there, there will be certain industries where, so, so there's, there's kind of a framework for this in constitutional law. We've talked, we talk a lot about it here. We talk about the idea of strict scrutiny, intermediate scrutiny and rational basis. And it sort of is a framework for deciphering when the government can, can do certain things that infringe upon your constitutional rights. So there's a framework for this. We've talked about this all the time here on the show, whether we get into those specifics, we're always sort of analyzing what the government is doing. Opposite the liberties we have guaranteed to ourselves as American citizens. So there's this, there's this dance that's always going on. And so it's kind of the same issue that's happening here at what level does it , does the government have enough justification to mandate vaccines that most people, most reasonable people in the population, most doctors, medical professionals, everybody listen, this is so important that we're actually going to kind of override some of those constitutional rights, right? So, you know , a common exam sample might be something about free speech. You have a lot of free speech, but there are limitations on that. Why? Because the government has says those limitations are now [inaudible] in order to achieve a compelling government interest. It's the , there's basically nothing else we can do. So we have to infringe upon that, right? And there's, there's all sorts of areas in constitutional law where that's appropriate. That's at the high end, at the low end, there's all sorts of stuff that really doesn't infringe on any constitutional rights. And we apply the rational basis standard to that test, that test, to that, to that issue. And that basically gives the government free reign to do whatever the hell they want. As long as it's rationally based in some legitimate interest , the government can do it. And so we know that sort of thing . The purpose of injecting something into your body mandating that is a big ask, right? That's a , that's uh , that's at the high end of the tear . That's something you're going, whoa, that's it . Whoa , what ? Okay. And this is not something like, you know, requiring me to stay in my lane. When I drive the car, they passed that you try to Sue on that. Uh , the speeding limits are illegal. They don't care. No, it was fine. Rational basis. Government do whatever they want different when they're telling you to inject something into your body. So we apply that high standard and you can sign it . Yeah . Kind of go through that same analysis with some of the vaccine stuff, right. The military Terry it's, it kind of is an extension of the government. It's kind of critically mission important. They got very, very, very high risk. And there's a lot of plexity is there that we don't have to deal with here as civilians in our daily lives. So maybe for the military, the mandates you say, oh, it's the, you know, and you create a little bit of a buffer so that the people who are conscientious can , uh , can object and leave honorably. But you know, that kind of begs the question. Why are they doing that? Whereas if you would apply that same standard at four , let's say four for a law firm. Okay. Where our mission is also critical, but it doesn't require us traveling to foreign countries. I can , we can kind of work here. We have a hospital right there. We're , we're pretty well suited. So maybe the government doesn't have the same severity and interest , the same compelling justification in our business, but they do the military. Right? And so you can see where some of these things may make sense in fact, but you have to go through the analysis and that's not happening right now. What's happening is it's just as this rush for everybody to go get vaccinated. We're sending people to door, door, to door, we're making it happen in schools. We're making it happen all over the place. We haven't really done a very good analysis on how this is impacting our fundamental rights. And I think we should, we should be having that conversation. Of course, we're doing what we can here. Good question, Jeremy, thank you for that. Okay. We got to pick up the pace here a little bit. We've got a doctors not allowed to offer anything other than vaccines. There are health insurance corporations that will not allow their doctors to offer anything other than vaccines. Is this legal? Uh, probably, yeah, probably. I think most of those things would just be opt in, right? If you want to be a part of that insurance umbrella, you got to play by their rules. And we all know that they're all sorts of ways. Yeah . The bureaucracy, the bureaucrats can get in between you and your doctor. And so if you want to sort of, you know, be involved in that insurance plan, I'm going to guess you have to , uh , abide by the rules. Norovirus says, sorry for the , uh, for the medical , uh, medical commentary. No problem. I think we're good. We're good. And I think we're good. And nothing happened here. We just can't be making medical claims and saying certain things about what something does, but we can certainly do some analysis and we can talk about the , the issues in a bigger context. So I think we'll be good. You know, YouTube knows that we're not trying to put out bad medical information. We're just kind of trying to talk about the news what's happening in Ohio, California and other places. And I think all of that is still reasonable. So , uh, good to see you, Nora. Glad you're here. We have hyper Patriot says a new Israel study published recently reports that vaccinated people have a 6% higher chance of getting COVID and those that have natural immunity. Why is no one talking about natural immunity? Well , like it's a good question. I obviously can't speak to those numbers. I don't know. I am not a medical doctor, but it is. I think a very important question. And we did hear this from Ron Paul. We heard this from another Senator. I think we played the clip earlier this year , week , uh, from , uh, Michigan. I forget where, but that's basically what he said. He said, listen, I'm a medical doctor until you can show me some evidence that taking the vaccine is going to increase my ability to stay healthy in a way that protects me in a way that I wouldn't be protected from the natural infection that I just got over, then maybe I'll consider it. But he says, yeah, you know, I haven't seen the evidence at that point. So it's a good question. Three girlies says, DeWine shut us out of school for 2020 in 2021, we do have an opt-out for vaccinations in Ohio. So I don't see this as a big issue. What I'm more concerned about is if they are going to mandate my kids have masks on when they are re breathing their carbon dioxide, I do not intend to get either one of my girlies vaccinated or get vaccinated myself. I'm not an anti-vaxxer, but I'm against this quote vaccine. As far as the ability to opt out what have a, we have a decent anti-vaxxer community, not being okay with this vaccine being mandated. Also we are a state that has school choice. So finding a school that will cater to no mandates will be a lot easier. Awesome, man. That's such a good comment. Thank you for that. Such a good comment, right? Because when I read that article about DeWine, I sort of saw this as kind of splitting the middle, you know, sort of saying, oh yeah, we're going to do something that kind of looks important on the vaccine mandates, but not really because it was all going to just evaporate as soon as it became formally approved by the FDA. But you're saying no, there's actually many other alternatives here. Right? So you can see , we actually do have some school choice. So if a school wants to mandate that everybody gets vaccine and pick up and go to a different school. So there are op opt-outs and there's a that's great. So that's , that's great. Right? And you've got two girls let's see, not don't intend to get either one of my girlies vaccinated, but your about your handle is three girlies , which is why I'm confused. You're going to have to enlighten us about who the third girl is. Oh, it's you three girlies . Oh, hello. Dummy. Obvious . Okay. So I got it. Sorry. I'm a little slow on the uptake. Sometimes we've got private universities who is this person, put your name down here. Who is this person are private universities following the public universities by forcing students, faculty, and staff to take the vaccines are private universities following the public universities. I don't know. I don't know. Probably right. I think we're going to see kind of this, this effort from elected officials, governments all across the country to sort of bring people into the vaccine camp. Right? Come on in here. Things are nice. Water is warm and uh, we'll see how many they can. They can convince to sort of mandate these things. All right. We've got a couple more and then we'll move on to our last segment. Rob, do you think we should criminalize the non taking of the X ? It would be good for business. No, I don't think so. I am a criminal defense lawyer, but I do not encourage criminality. I do not. You know, people, people kind of joke about that. Oh, that'd be good for business. Right? Super bowl is here. A lot of people are going to get DUIs. Although that is actually true. It is actually good for business. It's not my intention. Right? I do not want people to go out and get in trouble and I don't need people to get in trouble to , to be a good lawyer. There are a lot of things that I can do with my law firm to help good people in difficult situations, regardless of , uh, you know , of the criminal law. The good news is I have a , a lot of job security because every single politician in this country, even the justice reformers like Biden and Kamala are all pro police. They're all pro criminalization. They want more criminal laws. They want vaccine criminalization coming. I guarantee you, we see something like this, right? Uh, we're already seeing it start to roll out. I saw a headline from the us justice department. I didn't talk about it here, but they are going to be , uh, they , they just indicted a woman for, you know, some COVID crimes relating to, you know, fraudulent things, which of course are problematic, but you can see how this might just trickle down, down into low level, you know, COVID crimes essentially. We'll see. I don't think there'll ever be a crime for not getting vaccinated because that's insane. And that would never pass constitutional muster. But there may be some other things where it's like, if you enter into a building, for example, here's, here's an example that I can see happening. A trespass case. Somebody goes to a venue, a restaurant or something like that. And they policy that says, don't enter our establishment. Don't enter the school. Don't enter the venue. Don't come in. If you are un-vaccinated and you get a person who goes in they're unvaccinated , they, you know, sneak in or they talk their way through or something happens or they have a fake card or something like that. They get in, somebody gets sick. Somebody finds out this person's actually unvaccinated . What is that? It's a criminal trespass charge, right? Somebody broke, somebody entered in without proper authorization. They broke the rules. It would just be like, you know, being denied entry to a bar and going into the bar anyways, you get charged with criminal trespass for that all the time. So are we going to see that? I do think we will see that somewhere. I don't think that we're going to see people going to jail for just not getting vaccinated, but the people who are trying to skirt the rules for the vaccines will see new criminal charges for them all day. No question about it. It's just a matter of when, oh, it's Panda Panda's here. What's up Panda. We got two pandas, double pandas in the house that I learned yesterday are no longer an endangered species, which is just really a , really a nice, nice name . The dark is in the house. Good to see you in a dark says, number two, the Nuremberg code, the experiment should be such as to yield fruitful results for the good of society and procured by other methods or means of study and not by random and unnecessary in nature. Nuremberg code. Seeing a lot of that around, I read through it briefly, but thanks for educating us there. The dark and Sadie last one on this segment comes in, says, if you can still break through the virus after vaccination, what's the point. It's a gamble either way, discussing at work, comparing the symptoms of those who had the shot with those who had the virus itself. Most of the ones who had the shot, worse symptoms and two actually got COVID after their first shots. My long, my concern are long-term effects that can only be known in time. You can't take the shot out of the body after the fact. It's a great point. And I think that's why I think a lot of people are probably waiting a little bit great questions. All of those coming over from watching the watchers.locals.com . And I appreciate all of your love and support over there. All right, our last segment of the day, the FBI, we've talked a lot about them on this channel. Usually in a little bit of a unhappy way. I've been seeing what the FBI has been doing relating to the January six Capitol hill attacks, the riots protests , just whatever you want to call them. And we sort of poke fun at them a little bit for really focusing on people who kind of didn't commit the most serious of crimes kind of blast . And they were gathering the Capitol hill Lego set, maybe hinting that this was being used to facilitate the seizure of the American country, or maybe it was just souvenir for the guys kits , you know, who knows, but the FBI made a big deal about it. And many other things, if you go on their Twitter account every day, Hey, we got to find the more of the grandmas who were wandering around the Capitol building. They're very, very interested in making sure that all of the January six defendants are brought to justice, but that same vigor, that same amount of energy that you see on this Hertz era was kind of some time ago. You may recall a case involving a guy named Nisar Larry Nisar. He was being investigated for some time for molesting young women. The FBI got involved and they did basically nothing about it for a long time. Now, the office of the inspector general from the department of justice, they did an independent review of the FBI's investigation of a guy named Larry Nisar. And they decided that the FBI is basically , uh , largely incompetent. So we're going to go through this. We're going to get a headline here from New York times. The inspector general says that the FBI botched the investigation, the NASCAR abuse investigation. You may remember the Tokyo Olympics, the FBI was delayed by more than a year in ramping up its investigation. And this allowed Mr. Nisar to abuse more victims, plenty of time because the FBI was just sort of putting around justice department inspector general released the long awaited report on Wednesday criticized the FBI's handling of the sexual abuse case involving Lawrence G Nisar the former doctor for the USA gymnastics national team and Michigan state sports. It led to Mr. [inaudible] continued abuse of girls and women. So he's serving what amounts to life in prison. Right now he's been accused of abusing hundreds of female patients, hundreds, including the Olympic champion, Simone Biles, and a majority of the last two United States, women Olympic gymnastics teams under the of medical treatment. So you may remember this story right here doing awful things to women. And , uh, well, we got some more background here. Let's see what's going on. The report cited. Several court documents said that 70 or more young athletes had been sexually abused in 2015 after USA gymnastics first reported on the allegations to the FBI's office. Then August, 2016, miss Michigan state university also received a separate complaint. So USA gymnastics, they filed a report. Michigan state filed a report. John Manley , a lawyer for the victim said the number is likely even higher, about 120 patients, including one as young as eight years old. Oh my goodness. This is a devastating indictment of the FBI and the department of justice. And the multiple agents covered up Nisar as abuse and child molestation. They failed these women. They failed these families. No one seems to give a about these little girls. The inspector's reports said that FBI officials in the Indianapolis field office failed to respond to the allegations with the utmost seriousness and urgency that they deserved says the report. The women are not happy about this. Of course, they say that this is not over. They demand action. After they've learned how badly the FBI botched this newly released investigation shows that they are absolutely right. They feel so much betrayal. They say that the FBI is massively failing survivor more than 120. Okay, let's go into the actual document itself. It's a big article. It's big a report, 119 pages. You can see it was released very recently, July, 2021 investigation and review of the FBI's handling of the allegations against Lawrence, Gerard Nasser . Now it's a big, it's a big document, 119 pages. So I'm not going to go through the whole thing. Let's poke through the table of contents. We have a quick introduction. We have a background, significant entities and individuals. They take a look at the law, which is not really that interesting, the ethics of laws and, and different rules when dealing with I follow these things. So they're establishing what the rules are. FBI policies again, what are the policies? So remember what we talk about when we do legal analysis, this is kind of a big version of this, but we talk about the rule called Iraq. You learned this in law school, I R a C see , issue, rule, application, or analysis, and then a conclusion, you have to identify what the issue is here. What's the , well, this guy Nisar molested 120 women and it was reported to the FBI. So the question is the real issue. Did the FBI properly investigate the case? And , uh, if so great, if not, what can they do to improve? And so in order to determine what the answer to that question is to identify how we solve that issue. We have to know what the rules are. I R a C issue rule. What are the rules? Well, they're telling us here, ethics, laws and policies, FBI's policies, FBI policies, handling evidence FBI's crimes against policies, victims , rights, all of that stuff. Federal law, right? Timeline is where we start to get into some fact finding and some analysis. So we get down here, the timeline of key events. We also see now that they're flushing out more of that. We have a field office meeting, July, 2015. We have another meeting, July 28th. We contact the USAO for , uh , the Southern district of Indiana interviews with gymnast one, two, and three, the decision to cut, to conduct the interview, telephonically the agent's recollections of the interview, right? So the three gymnast report this, and we're , we're asking, what did the FBI agents even do? What are they doing there? Why was the interview done on the phone? Why did they come in? Why , uh, you know, why didn't you document this timely? You conducted an interview. Why don't you documented gymnast recollection, maybe that wasn't written down. So we see what's happening. Then we go down, we see the Indianapolis field office fails to refer the allegations or retain the records. So they're not there. Okay. Uh , thanks. Thanks gymnast for coming in here. Sorry that you guys got raped and molested by this terrible person. Uh, but we're not even going to make notes of the interview. And we're also not even going to refer the allegations out to local law enforcement so that they can do anything about it. Nothing, nothing happens. FBI Portland resident receives an allegation about potential abuse. LA field office is notified by USA, gymnastics, sexual abuse of patients by an Sr continues. Page 57. We have a different law enforcement agency that goes and executes a search warrant of his residence resulting in the seizure of large amounts of child pornography. I can't believe I said that on YouTube, but this isn't a legal document and notifies the FBI Lansing resident agency, FBI communications in 2015 and 16 regarding the investigation. And the list just goes on and on. FBI communicates with penny about news stories about the sexual assault allegations. Media inquiries began early 2017. Let's see, we've got events in 2018. Abbott's misleading statements. Now , SARS , prosecution, conviction, and sentencings all happens here. Then we get into the analysis from the OIG, which of course is the office of inspector general. And let's take a look at how this wraps up. We have the FBI's response. We have some conclusions and recommendations. And this is where we wrap up the OIG office of inspector general found that the city and your officials in the office failed to respond to the allegations. The allegations deserved and required the utmost seriousness and urgency. The FBI made numerous and fundamental errors. When they did respond to them, they failed to notify state and local authorities of the allegations or take any other steps to mitigate the ongoing threat posed . Binus our moreover, when the FBI handled, when it came under scrutiny from the public FBI headquarters did not take responsibility for their failures. They punted it instead. They provided incomplete and inaccurate information in response to internal inquiries. They're covering up their own malfeasance, which is way worse than the original error. Right? I understand people make mistakes. This is like, this is a gross negligence to make a mistake of this , this of this size. So I'm not talking about this, right? If you're the FBI agents in Indianapolis and you have three gymnast , come in and say, Hey, we're being raped by this guy. And you go, okay, well, we don't need do to even make notes about this. And also we're not going to refer it to local prosecutors either. So by thanks for coming by good luck, totally inappropriate. That's grossly negligent in my opinion. But I also understand that sometimes people make mistakes. It happens all the time. I make mistakes regularly, but I don't cover them up. Oh, I'm sorry about that. Right ? And let me fix that. Definitely stepped in it there didn't I, when the, when the law enforcement officials do this, it is beyond reprehensible because you have to remember here that they have an unfair advantage. They have total access to all of the information that exists in everything. Okay ? We don't have any of that. If they have all the power , they have all the power. This government body can decide whether to seek justice on behalf of those women or not . There's nowhere else for them to go. They go to the government. If the government's not going to do anything about it, they can't go hire a private prosecutor to go prosecute this guy. That's it. So they have a sacred duty to listen to those things and treat them seriously. They didn't do it. And then when they got in trouble for it, they covered it up. Wow. All right . The OIG also found that while the FBI Los Angeles office appreciated the seriousness of the allegations and took numerous steps to investigate it, they interviewed multiple gymnasts and conducted some interviews. This was in sharp contrast to the FBI failures in Indianapolis. The office did not expeditiously expeditiously notify local law enforcement or take any efforts to mitigate the information. Also found that the LA office appreciated the seriousness. Let's see. In addition, Indianapolis field office, most basic failures found that the office violated numerous FBI policies specifically, they failed to formally document the July 28th meeting with USA gymnastics during which Nisar allegations were first received. Very important meeting should have been documented, failed to properly handle and document receipt and show a receipt, a review of a thumb drive containing videos and PowerPoint slides from NASA failed to document the September two witnesses interviews alleging sexual assault by Nasser until after a year failed to transfer the Allo . The Nasser allegations to the Lansing resident agency list goes on. These failures contributed to a delay of over a year. Local authorities could have been investigating earlier. They could have stopped the sexual assaults of over 100 victims and the possession of child pornography. In addition, we conclude that Indianapolis ultimately drafted an interview summary 17 months after the interview of Jim gymnast won over a year and a half later, that contained materially false statements and admitted material information. We further conclude that the SSA in an effort to minimalize or excuses, errors were materially false statements made elsewhere. In addition, we conclude poor judgment. They breach federal ethics rules, no prior authorization to do so communicated with different people about a job opportunity Abbott should have known. Okay. So very, very, very problematic stuff. All coming out of the FBI and what's going to happen. What's going to happen with the FBI. We've got 119 page report from the OIG. Are , are these agents going to get fired or are we going to know their names? Are they going to be charged with a crime or something for gross negligence for failing to do their job? Are they going to be fired? Are they going to be reprimanded? Are they going to be disciplined? Probably not. All right . Let's see. What's going on. Some questions from watching the watchers.locals.com farmer's daughter is here, says Robert, does it seem to you that this administration doesn't care about women unless they can use them for their political advantage, like transgender athletes or women in political positions of power, pathetic farmer's daughter for , uh , you know, Joe Biden is kind of been consistent in that, right? He specifically said that he, we wanted a woman vice president , and I think he said an African-American vice-president also. And we do you see a lot of females in the byte administration. I don't have any problem with that. Uh , you know, unless they're being taken advantage of for their gender, right? That that might be kind of offensive if you're just like, I'm a woman and you gave me that job because you need a woman in that position. If I were a woman, I might take issue with that. I have , but to be a man. And if somebody gave me a job, just because I happen to be a man, that would be problematic if they said, well, you're, you're a very capable man. And you've got a good skill set . Being a man is a bonus. I wouldn't have any problems with that, which is probably what's happening in the Biden administration. But I don't know. All right , good question. Thunder seven says pedophiles, protect other pedophiles. In other words, the FBI only investigate what the upper echelon order them to do. Like Epstein San dusky, ag bar's father hired Epstein to work as a teacher with no credentials. The lever of cover-up of these pedos reach the very top of government. Well, certainly is percolating in the FBI. They didn't do anything about that. And Darby says the FBI responded to the IEG report and said, the FBI has confirmed that those responsible for the misconduct , uh , and of trust no longer work, FBI matters. Oh, so they did respond no longer work. FBI matters. What does that mean? It doesn't mean they still work for the FBI government or just on FBI matters. They did not say that they were fired. So probably because they weren't hurt . It makes me so mad. All right. Last one coming in from hyper Patriot says, Rob, this is by no way, a surprise that the FBI covered up child crimes, just research. The Franklin files, Epstein hunter Biden's laptop. The FBI is more worried about arresting people because of text messages they sent regarding one six abolish the FBI. Yeah. And , uh, that's brilliant. Right? Absolutely. Right. We've covered cases like that. We covered a case where a guy got into an assault charge. The day after January 6th on January 7th, the next day charged with the Capitol hill crime. Somebody had ammunition in their apartment. They found that person because of text messages. And then they charged him with being a prohibited possessor. He's a prior felon. Can't have ammunition. That's the crime. It's not a trespass or a wrecking America insurrection crime. It's a trespass that they got off of a text message. Okay. Good job everybody over there. Well done. Wait a way to save American security pandas in the houses . The M the FBI, Illinois sounds bought . First question, farmer daughter. You forgot sniffing here , Rob. I would hire you for being a man. We need more male Panda nannies . Oh my gosh . I would happily be a Panda nanny. Okay. Look, I got, first of all, I think pretty good Panda nanny. All right. Pretty good. I'm very, very good with animals. I happen to love animals kind of thing. I don't actually have animals, but I just kind of like them. Uh, and I think a Panda man, I , I would, I would really, I really enjoy kind of getting some good cuddle time in with that, with that Panda. All right . We got, oh, socks says, Rob, I'm finding it hard to give an S about what the FBI does wrong or illegal. After nine 11, the FBI went to war on the U S people and here in Arizona now I'm implying that this happened to me, but a friend of mine was investigated for no reason, but civil rights went out the door along with other rights. I saw one try to help. So then it might be hard for some of us to care now just saying. Yeah. Uh , yeah. So I understand your purse , your perspective there. I think the reason to care about it is so that it stops, right? If they're going to continue to do that and sort of, I guess not investigate child abuse crimes and all sorts of stuff like that, then we kind of want that to change. Don't don't we , or maybe we don't want, or need an FBI anymore. Like if they're not going to do investigations, then what the hell do we need a federal bureau of anything? All right . Uh , Ms . Lucky's here says Portland police officers who lie in an internal investigation get fired. Yeah. That's as they should, as they should. Right? Absolutely. Should. If you're going to make a mistake. Okay. You own it. Everybody makes mistakes. If you're going to make a mistake and then lie about it. Got to go. That's two wrongs. Got to go. Sorry. Good to see you. Miss lucky. We got Carm here says I think hiring anyone based off of race or gender is racist and sexist. Lincoln's a good, that's a good point. I agree with. Yeah. I agree with that. Uh, thank you for that. We got tos forever says think if the FBI has refused to obey the constitution, why do they think DC interstate police will be better? Hmm . Yeah. I think that they don't necessarily mind what the FBI is doing. I think that bureaucrats in charge. Okay. We all think we live in this beautiful democracy where there's no corruption and there's no ever, you know , there's no political prosecutions or nobody in power, whatever . Use the power of the government. I don't know, go and say , uh , use the IRS to come down on conservative groups to make sure that they get audits, but the liberal groups don't right . Nobody would ever do that. Of course not. So if it's possible that the bureau that's in charge, we'll use these entities for furthering their political ends, which I think it is possible. And they have total power and they have a lot of motivation and it's serves their ends. Why wouldn't they use them that way? It's almost required. You come in, you changed the justice department policies. Joe Biden comes in, change this then from whatever Trump was doing back over to gun violence now, right? You got to do something. And so they're going to do things that serve them and maintain their grasp on power . If DC can exercise that from DC using the Capitol hill police using the FBI, using FedEx ads , they'll do that because that gives them more power and more controlled. Great question. That is the last one from tos forever. 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