Watching the Watchers with Robert Gruler Esq.

Hunter Biden Probe Stalled Before Election, Munn Family 1/6 Arrest, #BadPopo Sentenced to Prison

July 18, 2021 Robert Gruler Esq.
Watching the Watchers with Robert Gruler Esq.
Hunter Biden Probe Stalled Before Election, Munn Family 1/6 Arrest, #BadPopo Sentenced to Prison
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Watching the Watchers with Robert Gruler Esq.
Hunter Biden Probe Stalled Before Election, Munn Family 1/6 Arrest, #BadPopo Sentenced to Prison
Jul 18, 2021
Robert Gruler Esq.

In not-so-shocking news, new evidence emerges from Politico that a U.S. Attorney in conjunction with Bill Barr may have stalled certain actions in an ongoing Hunter Biden probe to avoid the political fallout prior to the 2020 election. The FBI and Department of Justice arrest an entire family of 5 for involvement in the January 6th protests. Very bad police officer Zachary Wester is sentenced to 12 years in prison for planting drugs during traffic stops and we review footage from the trial.​

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

🔵 Hunter Biden’s prosecutor took steps to conceal the probe into the former vice President’s son in the days leading up to the election.​
🔵 U.S. Attorney from Delaware, David Weiss, was urged by man to avoid taking action against Hunter Biden.​
🔵 Who is U.S. Attorney David C. Weiss? We review his resume, record, and tweets.​
🔵 Review of the Christopher Tigani case, which was a prior investigating involving Joe Biden.​
🔵 Was David C. Weiss responsible for the cover-up of the Hunter probe – or was it Bill Barr?​
🔵 Department of Justice charges family of 5 with crimes stepping from January 6th.​
🔵 Kristi Munn, Tom Munn, Dawn Munn, Josh Munn and Kayli Munn were all charged for being inside the Capitol Building on the 6th.​
🔵 Review of the 34-page affidavit, which details the investigation conducted by the FBI into the Munn family and reveals the source – a third party tipster.​
🔵 The Munn family has been charged with various crimes, including disorderly conduct, demonstrating inside the capital and other trespass allegations. ​
🔵 #BadPopo (and #FloridaMan) Zachary Wester is sentenced to 12 years in prison for 67 counts of criminal misconduct.​
🔵 While Jackson County deputy, Wester, age 28, commit racketeering, official misconduct, fabricating evidence, perjury, false imprisonment, and more!​
🔵 Review of the trial footage in the case against Zachary Wester and testimony from Teresa Odom, one of Wester’s victims where he planted false evidence of drugs.​
🔵 Teresa makes a phone call, shocked she is being arrested for drugs.​
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Show Notes Transcript

In not-so-shocking news, new evidence emerges from Politico that a U.S. Attorney in conjunction with Bill Barr may have stalled certain actions in an ongoing Hunter Biden probe to avoid the political fallout prior to the 2020 election. The FBI and Department of Justice arrest an entire family of 5 for involvement in the January 6th protests. Very bad police officer Zachary Wester is sentenced to 12 years in prison for planting drugs during traffic stops and we review footage from the trial.​

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

🔵 Hunter Biden’s prosecutor took steps to conceal the probe into the former vice President’s son in the days leading up to the election.​
🔵 U.S. Attorney from Delaware, David Weiss, was urged by man to avoid taking action against Hunter Biden.​
🔵 Who is U.S. Attorney David C. Weiss? We review his resume, record, and tweets.​
🔵 Review of the Christopher Tigani case, which was a prior investigating involving Joe Biden.​
🔵 Was David C. Weiss responsible for the cover-up of the Hunter probe – or was it Bill Barr?​
🔵 Department of Justice charges family of 5 with crimes stepping from January 6th.​
🔵 Kristi Munn, Tom Munn, Dawn Munn, Josh Munn and Kayli Munn were all charged for being inside the Capitol Building on the 6th.​
🔵 Review of the 34-page affidavit, which details the investigation conducted by the FBI into the Munn family and reveals the source – a third party tipster.​
🔵 The Munn family has been charged with various crimes, including disorderly conduct, demonstrating inside the capital and other trespass allegations. ​
🔵 #BadPopo (and #FloridaMan) Zachary Wester is sentenced to 12 years in prison for 67 counts of criminal misconduct.​
🔵 While Jackson County deputy, Wester, age 28, commit racketeering, official misconduct, fabricating evidence, perjury, false imprisonment, and more!​
🔵 Review of the trial footage in the case against Zachary Wester and testimony from Teresa Odom, one of Wester’s victims where he planted false evidence of drugs.​
🔵 Teresa makes a phone call, shocked she is being arrested for drugs.​
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Speaker 1:

Hello, my friends. And welcome back to yet. Another episode of watching the Watchers live. My name is Robert Mueller . 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. And 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, along with others in the locals chat, we've got mama rocks here, Gert John Deckers here, Relic hunters here. Lavasa CA's here, Sharon Quinny and many others like three girlies and speech on leased are all in the house over there. And I want to explain what we're going to be talking about today because there's a lot to get to. We're going to start off by breaking down. What's happening with the hunter Biden probe. We've talked about this a lot here on the channel. Most of it leading up to the election because everybody else in the country just sort of wanted to sweep the whole thing under the rug. We were not going to let that happen here. And we didn't . We talked a lot about it. And then , uh, Joe Biden of course won . And so the whole thing kind of went by the wayside largely, still. It still is. Uh , but there's more information out today that the U S attorney that is based out of Delaware, guy by the name of Davis , see Weiss may have been a kind of slow rolling the prosecution, or at least the investigation, the probe into some of hunter Biden's nefarious activities. And that may be something that trickled down from higher up, maybe from a William Barr that may have been wanting to stall some of these things in order to preserve the integrity of the justice department, they might say, or it could be to influence the outcome of an election. So we're going to break that down and talk about what's happening there. We're going to actually go through some of David C Weiss's Twitter. I went back and looked at all of his tweets. So we're going to try to tease out and see if we can figure out if there's any, you know , um , malevolence going on. So that's going to be a good first segment. Then we're going to talk about a whole family that just got arrested by the FBI for their involvement with the January six Capitol hill protests . Of course, they were all arrested 34 page affidavit. We've got 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 people all in a nuclear family, Christy Tom, Don, Josh and Kaylee all picked up by the FBI. Arrested search warrant was executed out of Washington, DC, all for their involvement being in the Capitol building. So we're going to look through, read through the affidavit, lots of pictures. And it's a good sort of lesson in seeing how these investigations unfold. We're going to take a look at exactly what happened here. The FBI got a tip from a third party, and then they went through and started scrubbing through social media. And then they sort of connected all the dots with various pictures. And so we're going to spend some time going through that and seeing how all of that works. And then it's been some time since we've had a bad Popo on the show, but boy, do we have one? This guy is a seriously bad Popo out of oh Florida. He's a Florida man, hashtag Florida, man. We got several. We have a Florida girl now. We're good . We've got, I mean, it's, it's getting wild in here, but we've got Florida man retired Jackson county, deputy Wester , going to be serving 10 years in prison for falsifying evidence for planting drugs on people during the traffic stops. And so we've got some , uh , uh, two clips from the trial in which he was convicted showing exactly what he did, actually planting trucks in this woman's purse. Not funny at all. We're going to make sure that he gets memorialized in bad Popo history. So stick around for that. If you want to be a part of the show, the chat that I mentioned is [email protected] And so there's a whole community that we're building over there where we're having great conversations and you hope you're helping to support the show over there. Of course, soul Viking is there want to know Relic hunter? See the veil is back, we've got three girlies and many others are having great conversations [email protected] And there is a form there. If you want to ask a question, the forum we were using since we were very recently, only recently monetized, and we were we're , we're still using this form. We're going to continue to use this form. So if you have a question or a comment or a criticism, that form is available for supporters [email protected] and I am going to try to interface and sort of reformat the show now that we're re monetized so that we can show some love to the super chats over there. And all of you watching and supporting us there on YouTube. I'm just, I'm not ticked up yet enough to figure out how to figure out all these moving parts. I like just figured the form thing out. And we got that working and then we got re monetized . So it's , I'm not complaining, we're happy, but it is still something that I have to figure out how to plug in the super chats into Streamlabs and I'll, I'll get around to it this week. And I apologize. So we're going to be using the form if you're sending any super chats. Thank you. But I just don't, I can't see them right now. So all of your questions can come over to a watching the watchers.locals.com. And of course we appreciate your support over there. All right. So let's get into the news of the day hunter. Biden's still being probed and we're all wanting to know where this goes. We spent some time talking about hunter Biden, Tony Bob Kolinsky , burry SMA, and all of the nefarious activities that might have involved the former vice-president because there were a lot of allegations at that time that hunter was sort of using his father's position as leverage to get deals. What experience does hunter Biden have being a part of a , uh , oil company based in the Ukraine, apparently something like $80,000 worth a month of expertise, or that might have been some other type of a grip, some other type of a bad deal that involved a little bit of quid pro quo action, where hunter Biden was sort of an extension of Joe Biden. And there was a little bit of a bribery or some other things going on, right? It's all being speculated about, but we are wanting to know what's happening. We've been wanting to know what's happening. Given the fact that hunter Biden happens to be the vice president's son. Now, the president's son, you would think that it was kind of an important inquiry that we would have had some other journalists taking a deep dive into these matters, but that really didn't happen. And if you rewind the clock back on some of the coverage that we went through here on this channel, we went to ground news.com, which will show you where news articles are ending up on the internet, whether they're being sort of promoted on right wing blogosphere sides or the left wing sides . And ground news said that there was a, basically a media blackout on the entire hunter Biden scandal leading up to the election. And we talked about that here. I took screenshots from the Washington post from New York times. And for many other news agencies showing they just didn't talk about it at all. And there was now this laptop floating around that allegedly had some child , uh , you know, awful things on there, and nobody wanted to talk about it. Very interesting. Was it because it was , uh , bad evidence or illegitimate evidence, or it was a Russian hack or something like that, or maybe the bigger reason is because it was so damaging to their candidates, that it would've caused another four years of Trump and nothing, nothing was more important than making sure that he was eliminated. So we're going to go through this. Now we have some more information about this us attorney about hunter Biden and really about the events leading up to the election. So let's dig into it. We're going to grab our headline over from politico.com and it says hunter Biden's prosecutor rejected moves that would have revealed the probe earlier, which might have been useful because the American people may have wanted to know if in the white house, there was a pedophile in there or a child pornographer in there, or somebody who was sexually assaulting women or somebody who was engaged in other very nefarious criminal activity might have been good for the American public to know, especially if the man in charge, Joe Biden was covering up for any of those things or at least deal turning the other eye to that. So we can dive into this written by Ben Shrek , ginger , over at Politico, he says a veteran us attorney, David Weiss, known for his willingness to take on powerful Delaware figures, kept his investigation into Biden's son out of the campaign. Last summer, federal officials in Delaware that were investigating Biden, faced a dilemma. The probe had reached a point where prosecutors could have sought search warrant warrants and issued a flurry of grand jury subpoenas, which at that point, right, all of that would have been part of public record. Everybody would have been able to see that some officials involved in the case wanted to do just that, but others urge caution, right? So we're going to see a lot of this in this article, right? Who are these others? We don't know. They advise the Delaware, us attorney, David Wise , to avoid taking any actions that could alert the public to the existence of the case in the middle of a presidential election. So why would you, why would, why, why would you do that? Well, of course the answer would be because if us attorney David Weiss started prosecuting hunter Biden, like right in the middle of the election campaign, David Weiss is going to be just blown out of proportion is going to be blown out of the planet for being a political prosecutor for being somebody who's using the power of the justice department for, for going after a presidential candidate son . And this is the worst thing ever. And Donald Trump's abusing the department of justice and the whole world is falling. We already told you that he's basically, you know , Hitler reincarnated. And that means that , uh , what, we're , what we're evidencing, what we're seeing is evidence of the fact that , uh, his, his tendon , his Hitlarian tendencies are just obvious. Right, right. In our reality. So what this says, continuing on to his credit, he listened, set a person involved in the discussions reported here for the first time he listened, right? So he is getting all this pressure. Don't talk about it. And he listened, set a person involved, who is it? Weiss decided to wait, averting the possibility that the investigation would become a months long campaign issue. And so you can, you know, look as we go through this article, you can flush out and pick what side of the aisle you're on here. Uh, certainly there would be concerns from any administration that's in power that if you're going to start using the department of justice in the middle of an election season, yeah. That might seem like it could be problematic. It might look like you've got a conflict of interest there you're the president. You are sort of running the department of justice, arguably, and you could use your power, your leverage from the white house to go after your political enemies, especially in the middle of an election. How do we know this? Well, because we've seen law enforcement go after political enemies before it happened in 2016, when that happened with the FBI, the Peter struck investigation, the fake dossier from Russia, the steel , the whole thing, the whole thing was FBI law enforcement, getting warrants accessing the Trump campaign based on a fake dossier from the Hillary Clinton campaign. And the whole thing went on already in 2016. So we know how the department of justice can be abused. We get that. And so I think it's actually a fair criticism to say, well, if they, if David Weiss would have gone after Joe Biden's son, hunter Biden for all of this very serious criminality, that that would look like a political prosecution. So I understand that perspective. Conversely, I also think that if you have the vice president's son, who's going to be in the white house as we are seeing. Now he's an artist now, whatever that is. So the F the, the allegation here that he had a laptop with child pornography on it, and other very, very illegal things are of course of utmost public information. But don't, we need to know that stuff. If he's going to be a Stone's throw away from the white house and traveling around on air force one and all these things, wouldn't, we need to know that. And does anybody think that if this had been involving one of Donald Trump's kids, if there was a laptop from hell that came from Don Jr. That this wouldn't have been national news for 90 days, give me a break. So this whole thing is just reeks of a political coverup . When I'm reading the article, that's what I want to find, right? That's what I'm looking for. I'm saying, oh, this kind of stinks. What else is in here? And so I wanted to dive into this guy who is David Weiss. Let's see if we can find anything about him. I went over to the department of Delaware, the us attorney's office. And so this is what they're telling us. This was updated about a year and a half ago, fed five, 2020. It says he was appointed by president Trump, right? So the first thing that you think might be, oh, this guy's a typical, a liberal right. Covering up for the Democrats or something like that, but not really appointed by Trump to serve in Delaware happened on February 22nd, 2018, previously first assistant us attorney and other places, legal career, 1984, my goodness long time after completing his clerkship assistant us attorney for a long time, practicing firms, commercial litigation department, different groups, graduate of Washington university in St. Louis. And he's a member of Delaware and Pennsylvania bar. So licensed in two states. And as I was digging around kind of looking through what this guy has done, he had previously actually investigated Joe Biden. So this happened a long time ago, back during the 2008 campaign. And so he had this history of being a us attorney, and then he kind of got leaped frog by, by another us attorney who came in and then it was , he was sort of, you know, demoted to kind of an assistant attorney, but he worked on this case involving an investigation into a 2008 campaign by Joe Biden, which was , uh , when he was vice-president under Barack Obama. So this story came over again from , uh , not the district of Delaware, but this was over from Politico. Another article that they wrote earlier in the year, they said Christopher T Johnny was a wealthy beer distributor with close ties to Biden. And the FBI confronted him outside of a Royal farms gas station. So he was in trouble to Ganny . He served as a bundler for Biden's aborted, 2008 presidential campaign, where he reimbursed employees for contributions made in their names, a well-worn tactic for circumventing campaign finance laws. So this guy says, look, if you work for me, you make a donation to Joe Biden in your name, I'll cover the cost of that, right? Because he's the only, he can only donate

Speaker 2:

So much under the donation laws. So he uses his company to , to skirt those making you, you put, you, you give Joe

Speaker 1:

$2,000 under Sally's name, John's name and Larry's name, and then you can escape those things. What happened that day in Teagan sentencing has never been revealed. He would wear a wire for the FBI and record people close to the, then vice-president seeking. He said to confirm his belief that they knew of his reimbursements and investigate whether they are others close to Joe Biden, engaged in any quid pro quo deals over several months. He said that his handlers used him to try to elicit cooperation from others, closer to Biden at the time, and even discuss , trying to get him in front of Biden with himself, wearing a wire to Ghana . He said that he recorded the conversations with Biden's finance, chief Dennis toner, as well as businessman close to Biden, and others turned lobbyists. He said that he sought to develop evidence against other players in Delaware, but only ultimately to Ganny himself faced federal charges. And this is the same prosecutor who the [inaudible] case that led up to the 2008 investigation of Joe. He was sort of back looking again at the hunter Biden investigation fast forward now to 2020. So he's sort of been poking around the Biden family for some time. And as in found anything interesting. So, you know , is that because there's nothing there or is that because this guy's a Joe Biden fan, he's a Delaware guy, you know, I don't know . Uh, it's it's speculation. I don't want to imply any nefarious intent from this guy, but certainly people are asking that question, everybody out there on Twitter, what the hell? Who is this guy? Why did he cover this stuff up? So let's see if we can give him a fair shake. The justice department,

Speaker 2:

As we recall , when we recovered

Speaker 1:

Joe Biden and the transition in, as soon as a new administration comes in, one of the first things they do is they just eliminate ,

Speaker 2:

Uh, basically the old guys , right? Nope. You don't, your boss isn't here anymore. You're done too.

Speaker 1:

So pack up, get out of here. So that happens typically with the justice department, right? They go in, they asked a bunch of us attorneys and so they replaced them with their own people. Trump did it, everybody does it. So when Joe Biden did that, this is what happened . So the justice department seeks the resignations of Trump era, U S attorneys. They're going to ask you as attorneys who were appointed by Trump to resign from their posts, but the U S attorneys that are overseeing the federal tax probe involving Biden's son, hunter will remain in place. So we've got the acting attorney general Monte Wilkinson back at the time called us attorney David Weiss, who runs the federal prosecutor's office in Delaware and asked him to remain on the job. The officials said, Hmm . All right. So you stay on there now, again, you can sort of look at that both ways you can say, if they would have pulled him off, that would show that would have shown that they're trying to interfere with an investigation, right? That's obstruction. They're going to remove the U S attorney. That's responsible for investigating hunter

Speaker 2:

Turbine . Therefore , uh, we're not going to do that because I couldn't open the door. Right? Donald Trump was skewered for allegations, resembling that for, you know ,

Speaker 1:

Instructing the investigation. So if they did that, they might say, well, that opens the door for that allegation. So they don't want to do that, conversely right. They may know the guy and they may say, oh, it's not a problem. It's a us attorney. He investigated us before nothing happened with it. So he's kind of a known quantity. So we'll just leave him there and avoid any of the allegations. Otherwise, justice department has been investigating the finances of Biden, including scrutinizing some of his Chinese business dealings and other transactions. The tax investigation was launched in 2018. The year before the elder Biden announced his candidacy

Speaker 2:

President . So why didn't we? Yeah .

Speaker 1:

Hunter Biden confirmed the existence of the investigation in December after a round of subpoenas was issued. In the case, the associated press has reported that the subpoenas seeking documents from Biden asked for information related to more than two dozen entities, including the Ukraine gas deal. That was back on February 8th, 2021. And so we know that this has sort of been a long drawn out process before we get to David Weiss's Twitter.

Speaker 2:

When I finish up with some of the other

Speaker 1:

Articles. So let's go on here. It says after two . So the U S attorney was investigating the beer

Speaker 2:

Oberly he was a political ally of the Bidens and he succeeded Weiss as a us attorney. Right? So, so we've got Weiss who is succeeded by Oberly, but

Speaker 1:

Burley then lacked experience trying federal cases. So he kept Weiss on as his assistant. And he praised as working in an interview saying

Speaker 2:

He was loyal. He did a nice job for me. Right? Okay.

Speaker 1:

So now you start to see that maybe Oberly, who's a political ally of Biden's who has Weiss there as the U S attorney keeps them on. As an assistant praises Weiss's work in an interview, he was loyal and he did a nice ,

Speaker 2:

This job for me, a political ally of the Bidens is making those quotes. Okay. So that's pretty , uh, obvious where that is leaning. Now, the, the, as the R I only, this is a big long article. I only clipped out the pieces, obviously that I want, I want to use to make my point, the rest of the article, really, really, really, in my opinion, goes entirely over the top at justifying sort of how independent Weiss's right. I don't know why sees he can watch this video and say, you know what I'm saying is mean about him or whatever. I'm just going off of the evidence that we have here. And what it seems like to me is that the author of this piece really tried hard to sort of justify Weiss's independence .

Speaker 1:

And I'm not saying he's not independent,

Speaker 2:

But it just felt like, you know, when you have to overly explain that you, you , uh, you're sorry for something, or you didn't do something wrong and it like enough already. We got it. Okay. He's independent. Leave us alone. Why do you have to keep telling me that every three sentence ?

Speaker 1:

All right. In 2017, Trump nominated Weiss to serve as a us attorney on a permanent basis on the recommend rec on the recommendation of Delaware's two democratic senators who both praised the choice. So Donald Trump would always come out and it

Speaker 2:

I'm the best hire. I hire the best people. Not really. Okay. Most of your hires have been absolutely terrible by late 2018 Weiss's office was investigating hunter binds activity. Sure. Yeah. Put them on there. The democratic senators loved the guy. Not,

Speaker 1:

Not only that, but Oberly another political

Speaker 2:

Ally of the Bidens loves the guy. Also very loyal by late 2006

Speaker 1:

18. So now he's investigating , uh , hunter by and responding to a number of leads, including some related to his dealing with the Chinese, while investigators pursued suspicions of possible money , laundry ,

Speaker 2:

And violations of the FARA act for an agent

Speaker 1:

Registration act. The criminal investigation eventually came to focus on whether he had paid taxes

Speaker 2:

On all of his income, right? It's all about the taxes, forget money laundering or barista or foreign agents. It's all about the taxes. Hunter Biden made maintained that he acted appropriately.

Speaker 1:

By last summer, the pro had reached a point at which investigators could have issued grand jury subpoenas could have sought search warrants. Might've revealed its existence. At the time when many of Trump's supporters were seeking to draw

Speaker 2:

Attention , a hundred Bines actions, we were doing that exactly here, Weis , however, decided to delay taking

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Any actions that were likely to make the existence of hunter Biden, pro public . Hm . Concerns about effecting the outcome. Loomed large. When Weiss entertained arguments about advancing the probe, according to the person involved in the discussion, the person who isn't now, no matter what he did, the decision was sure to come under scrutiny for signs of political politicization. It was a close call, said the person who believes Weiss was right to hold off. That case has way more credibility. Now. Uh, no, it had plenty of credibility. Uh, a year ago, whenever we were talking about it, same amount of credibility. Now they had the laptop, they had the files, there were copies floating around all over the place. If the actual news media wanted to do some actual journalisming, they could have done so back then, but they didn't because it would have been an investigation that would have resulted in an answer that they did not want to report on. It would have not been a happy reportable story. Oh, look what we found nothing. Right? There's a lot there. We've seen the pictures. They're flying around all over the place on the internet. So we know what was really going on now. Let's see what us attorney David C. Weiss was doing over on Twitter. And again, there's really not much here. Right? So, you know, don't , uh, don't think that there's going to be a smoking gun in this segment. It's not a slow drip surprise here. It is. Everything is pretty vanilla here, right? There's not much not much going on, but we can take a look at some of his , uh, I would say political orientations based on his tweets, you can gather a lot from a person from their Twitter account believing . So we, all we have here is his Twitter account. And you notice he's a verified. We got 72 tweets here, that's it. So not much. Let's go through a couple of them. He says , citizens of Delaware be aware , uh, January 8th, please contact the FBI at the numbers displayed below. If you have any information related to the breach of the us Capitol building, okay, he's a us attorney. He's , uh, you know, pumping the U S FBI Washington field office about the January six Capitol hill stuff. So not much of a surprise there he's a us attorney. He's going to be prosecuting cases like this theoretically, or he's in the same agency that would so nothing there. We have us attorney. He says, did you know us attorneys across the country are appointing election officers for their district to monitor reports of voter fraud that came out October 27th, 2020, that was posted by the U S attorneys. And he just gave that a little bit of a retweet. So every citizen must be able to vote without interference or discrimination. Got admit , remain active and vigilant in this election to protect the integrity of the election. According to us attorney Scott Brady, right? This is back when Trump is still president. So, you know, we're talking about voter fraud and voter election. At that time, we also have here on January six , he's responding to what happened on January 6th says that the , uh , today's scheduled events at the national Capitol building were supposed to mark another step in the peaceful transition of power. Instead, the lawlessness we witnessed was an embarrassment and those responsible should be brought to justice as a nation. We are better than this, right? And so a lot of that language on January 6th , I'm sure I said something very similar to that, that this was not a good look for anything. This was a bad day. So, you know, again, not, not much there that you can glean out of that. Let's see what else is going on. It says he's responding to an after an altercation, the victim was shot in or near the vehicle so we can get , we can sort of see what he thinks about guns. Now, this situation is a microcosm of what we're seeing repeatedly in Delaware and throughout the country, a physical altercation turns

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Badly when a gun is introduced into the equation.

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And so it doesn't sound very pro gun there. And this is October 4th, 2020. So not necessarily, I think in alignment with the Republican side of the aisle, he says that this behavior has to stop. There must be immediate and severe consequences for the decision to pick up a gun. Okay. Well, people must know that if you unlawfully pick up a gun, you will go to jail. The future of our community is at stake. So he's a very strong proponent of sounds like gun laws. We have another one here says, oh, this is when Donald Trump got sick with COVID. He says our thoughts and prayers go to the president first lady, and all those who have suffered and continue to suffer at the hands of this pandemic. So , uh , know not much there, right? He's a us attorney. And so they're not going to be very careful with their social media posts. I checked anyways, but not much there. He has a post about Ruth Bader Ginsburg says that she was a tightened in the legal industry, a person of integrity and a role model for my daughters and women everywhere. I hope that the family and friends find some comfort in her passing on Rosh Hashana. She will be missed another one to those in Wilmington who exercise their rights to lawfully protest. Thank you for respecting the memory of George Floyd

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And our city. Hmm .

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Please help us stop those many from outside Delaware who seek to loot and destroy, who respect nothing. Okay. So that is again, May 31st, 2020. So

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Sort of, I'm sort of seeing some

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Themes here. Don't you kind of see a theme

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Of a symbolic , uh, unity with George Floyd

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And maybe that side of the movement that was on May 31st. That was right after George Floyd was killed. Then we also have sort of an anti-gun a little tendency going on. They're really, you know , critical of guns. You could say that that might be because he's politically aligned that direction. Or you could say it's because he's a us attorney, he's a prosecutor and they all talk badly about guns, but then how do you ,

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You sort of a juxtapose that with sort of risk ,

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He says lawfully protest. Okay. So, so, yeah. Right. So, so maybe, maybe this doesn't really show much of an ideological bend either way who knows. Let's see, he says contrast the power of peaceful protest versus an act of senseless violence. The first symbol of what one man can accomplish a moment in time that lasts forever. The second is just another moment. Like any other, it's a great point. It's a great point that we made here on this channel. Right? Excellent point. I totally agree with him on this that I've never endorsed violence or ever really supported mud much of the protest in general, because we know that the peaceful protest or not really peaceful protest , they're kind of like violent right riots. And so you kind of, can't just change the label and expect everybody to look the other way. So, you know, there's a couple things there that are, that are, that are interesting, but not much to really glean out of there, not much on his Twitter account where you can just say, oh, this guy is clearly

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An anti-Trump, but you can see a little bit of , uh , some tendencies, one direction. Now really

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Lovely few details of the hunter Biden probe ultimately leaked out ahead of the election in part, because the Delaware us attorney's office is small. The information is tightly guarded in the weeks leading up to the election. BARR bar also took steps to prevent its public disclosure. There it is folks, the probe did not gain widespread attention outside of conservative media until weeks after the presidential election by design. When hunter released a statement saying Weiss's office had notified him of it. Isn't that nice right after the election. Oh, here you go. Yeah. By the way, we're going to indict you. We've got a, we're investigating you . We've got all these problems with you right after the election. Some Republicans call for the appointment of a special prosecutor, but bar called that step unnecessary. So is it really about Weiss or does this really sort of work its way up to the top bill bar bar , according to the wall street journal, this was published in 2020, you may have missed it. This was information that came out right after the election said that bar kept hunter Biden probes from the public to avoid election politics and preventing the leaks. He hewed to the justice department practice and defied his critics view of him. Right? So they're always going to default to that and that's, that's totally reasonable. I actually think it's a good policy. It would be nice if the justice department

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Was, was sort

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Of adhering to its policies that it sets because then that would give us some guidance

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On how they

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Operate in the political sphere. But they don't really do that. Sort of the policies will change, or let's say they'll adhere to the policy here where they, we can't release any information of the pro because it's right in the middle of the election, it's going to cause a lot of problems. Okay, we get that. But you're going to adhere to your , uh , formal policy while you leak the rest of the documents over to Washington, post New York times CNN and all of those people, right ? For the stuff that it politically serves you, why was the Trump administration leaky as all hell

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Where as now, suddenly when

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It's something that might harm Donald Trump, you've got bill BARR and you've got all these other people say suddenly, oh no, no. Now, now it's about privacy and ethics. Whereas in any other case, it would have been, it leaks out

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Like a sieve. Maybe you should blame Trump

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For that. Maybe Trump should have, you know , had a tighter ship or something. I don't know. But here's the rest of this article. It says bar in the weeks before November is election instructed prosecutors and senior colleagues to prevent word of investigations into hunter Biden from becoming public, kept the justice department out of campaign politics. According to people familiar with the matter he took more steps than previously reported to insulate their investigations. Despite calls from Trump to announce a probe bar and senior officials relay the instructions in conversations with prosecutors, questioning whether

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Their staff could be trusted

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Against issuing subpoenas or taking steps that might become public. So they literally go in and just clamp down on the entire prosecution bar. The department didn't respond to an October letter from Republican lawmakers requesting that he appoints special counsel to investigate them either. So BARR just kind of papered over the whole thing. Not sure that you can actually, you know , connect any of that really to Andrew, to Weiss the prosecutor. But maybe it goes up to the top over with bill BARR . What do you think? Let's take a [email protected]om. Quick shout out to the chat. We've got speech unleashed here. We've got Relic hunter , little Panda Cub is in the house. See the veil is here as well. And let's see what else is happening here. Let's go on over to the questions [email protected] . And we see here that pandas in the house, she gives us a nice little , uh, remarks as a reminder that YouTube takes 30% of all super chat . So if you're okay with that, it's up to you. I can read all super chat . Uh, don't do super chats. You can subscribe to locals to get access to community chats and we can send the format with the questions that's from Panda. Thank you Panda for that. And that's a great point, right? If you want to use the forum to ask a question, then that is the better place , uh , monetarily for the channel. There's no question about that. But uh , either way, you know, I know a lot of people don't want to go over to local. So we're going to try to come to you and be accessible. We live to serve here. My friends, all right, next up, we've got thunder. Seven says, Hey , Rob, after the election, even after the election, hunters crimes are being covered up. Remember when Joe Bama hired Nicholas McQuaid , his acting assistant in the DOJ, he's still working there covering up. Is he still working? They're covering up for the crime family, the Biden crime . I don't know. I don't know. I don't actually recognize that name. Nicholas McQuaid acting assistant and the DOJ. I don't, I'm not recalling that. I maybe I should. Uh , thank you for that though . Thunder seven, we've got a want to know is here, says son is the same as the father is anyone shocked and involves under age two ? Of course, Joe has to protect his own kid. That's what parents do all the time. Not much tough love here. Joe knew everything going on. Most fathers are not stupid. Yeah. Well Joe had Joel was taking pictures with him with Carlos slim and the rest of a whole cadre of Mexican business people in the white house. And the vice-presidents where resonance eat on test is here. Says we have this news day after day of how so many news media outlets are spouting pure propaganda. The social media companies are in the tank with the same groups, bad news after bad news. How do we move the conversation for being maligned to action items to change the tide? Sorry for yelling. But I've had it with the hand ringing. It's time to do something so eat on tests . I love it. I , you know , I love it. I love action. I also agree with you. I sort of get tired of , uh, a lot of the, the complaints that we see from people. Of course I am a commentator. So you're going to hear a lot of complaints for me. Kind of that's that's I think one method of action, candidly. I think that more people speaking their mind, more people engaging other people, you know, I was just talking to , uh , to , uh, Henry to Zuck over , uh, today from our community [email protected] what's up Zuck . We've got a lot of w w we were talking specifically

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About sort of shaking people out

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Of the stupor. A lot of people are just in this stupor and they could use a little bit of a wake-up call. I kind of draw them up out a little bit. Hey, maybe the government is not as honest. Here's why, Hey, maybe that policy doesn't make any sense for you. Here's why. Right? But not in a way that is, you know, annoying and overly aggressive. Right? I talked about this yesterday or earlier this week about being a program of attraction, not promotion, about being, you know, living your life. Well, doing things appropriately, being a person of character, moral and integrity, and you know, living your life with some discipline and some rigor. And when people see you doing well, they're going to sort of want to know what are you doing? What are you talking about? Who are you listening to? I'm noticing something new about you. This is very interesting. Tell me more, right. That's attraction rather than promotion. If you go promote people, promote things like, I don't know, knocking on doors, screaming about vaccines that makes people recoil from that. So I think that what we're doing, it's a very slow process. I think that largely we're seeing a shift at least with, with, with sort of , you know , conservative, libertarian thinkers with people who were sort of in the crypto space. There's a lot of technologists who are building a separate parallel system. And so it's going to take 20 years before we start seeing things that resemble YouTube and Google and Facebook or CNN or ABC, or the New York times, right? These are institutions that have been around for 50 years, 60 years, some of, you know, Google and YouTube, less time than that, but still decades.

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So before there's a PR

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Or response before the pendulum swings back the other way. And there's a renewed call for freedom and free speech and you know, more individual liberties and less government bureaucracy and more personal responsibility.

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Then it's

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Going to take time to get there as my point, it's the pendulum's going to swing. And so what we need to do is just brick by brick, continue to speak our minds live according to our values. And if we communicate enough and we're , we're sort of, you know , vocal enough, then I think slowly but surely,

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We're all going to connect and brick by brick, build the next layer of our society. And it's going take you .

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And that's why I say we're in it for the long haul. It's going to it's. I I'm frustrated too, with you eat on tests . I'm frustrated as hell my friend, but we gotta just do it. It's little tiny bites, just one little tiny bite after another, and then we'll get there. We've got Panda. Lawyer is here, says Delaware, isn't that the most corrupt place in the U S I heard the Clinton foundation and the Trump organization share the same floor in that building, that houses 2000 companies, AKA postboxes Delaware has reduced, right. Of insight into owners of companies, shell companies, while some states have reduced taxes, no taxes, it's all set up. You can have low taxes of one state while ownership is in Delaware. That's exactly right. Yeah. Panda lawyer is exactly right. So I don't know that I would call it necessarily, you know , corrupt for a lot of those reasons. But I think that you can certainly, so let me say this Delaware is a place that is very favorable to corporations. That's why corporations incorporate there because they have a lot of favorable laws, legally, many corporations do it sort of a kind of a known thing in the business world. I don't think that in and of itself is corruption, right? I like free enterprise. I like the ability to sort of, you know, create companies and, and sort of have the ability to start over in America and try new things and innovate. Beautiful. That same framework certainly will lead to some corruption. I don't think that it , it, the, the underlying framework itself is corrupt, but I certainly understand your point right. There, there are always going to be people who exploit laws and will take serious advantage of that. And if that's true, Hillary and Clinton in the same foundation, that's just hysterical. W one surprised me a bit. All right. Let's see what else we've got. Good to see you. Panda. We've got a few more coming in. We've got no techie says no techie. Panda says rest in peace. I forgot to set a category on my very intelligent question. That's all right. I think we figured it out. We have red pilled. Convict is here. It's been a long time since we've seen the red pilled convict. Good to see you back here. My friend says, do you think any of those photos would pass Joe's sniff test? Joe might enjoy that too much. You know, I think he'd probably prefer the real thing. Uh, but that's a horrible comment. All right. Where is Durham? It says Nadar , Alessia . And I was talking about my comment, not yours. Red pill comment. Where is Durham? Yeah, I don't know. In the dark, where is he? He's been, I think investigating something. I don't know. I read a headline that Devin Nunez was going to say that he was saying that the Durham report was going to result in some people going to prison. But I think we've heard that enough, that it's hard to believe at Todd trout is here. It says, Rob, do you think that it does not matter who appointed these judges is Weiss and establishment judge. It's not the Dems versus the DOP. Is it the corrupt establishment versus the rest of us? I think that there really is some truth to that, you know, and we saw a lot of that during COVID, you know, it really very few people were willing to stand up and sort of shout from the rooftops and actually do anything meaningful during COVID. And, you know, everybody just got in, you know, fell in line, just got lockstep one by one governors across the board. I think we had like one out of 50 governors who didn't lock down the state , something ridiculous like that. And I understand needing to do that. I understand, you know, following the herd and just, you know, being scared and , and sort of buckling to the political pressure, but there were some pretty troubling things that happened there. And there was a lot of opportunity, I think for, for somebody to say, you know, early on that the government just doesn't have this much unbridled unlimited control. We had a case here where there was a business owner who sued the government and said, what you're doing is violating equal protection. It's violating due process. You are singling out my business. It was a gym and other places can be open , but mine can't why not, they haven't justified it. And when I read those cases, I mean, it's, it's pretty obvious to me that , uh, the , the courts don't have a good legal answer for why they, they closed down these businesses regardless. There's there really, isn't a good legal answer. Other than to say that the circumstances are so serious, that we basically have no choice, right. We don't know what to do. And so, and I don't like that. That is the default at all. I don't like that a governor can go into a court, can go into a legislature. And as long as they all agree that this is worth it, that they can just trample all over your constitutional rights, because I don't agree with them that that was worth it. I think there were many other ways we could have dealt with COVID. And I've been saying that for, for a year and a half now, but I'm not in charge. They are. And the, the fact that they can sort of just form this cabal against us is highly problematic. And they're , they are all part of the establishment. Their paychecks come from you, all of them, judges, prosecutors, DAS, all of the elected officials, right? They, they , they're all part of a system and they are very indebted to that system. They wanted to establish that their entire career that's what gives them meaning. That's what gives them purpose. So when you have somebody like a Donald Trump who comes in, which is some people might say he's establishment or now, or whatever, right. He was throwing elbows around. Everybody wanted him out, which means that in my opinion, he was not that. So I think it's very, very reasonable to presume that there is some sort of a connection there we've got soul Viking is here. It says, once again, a left media outlet is trying to manipulate the public with their love Fest , obvious political ally, Weiss , disgusting, but not surprising. Good to see you soul Viking . Let's see who else we've got. Twitter mod is, here's a Panda. The Twitter mod Panda says his tweets. Aren't the worst mate. He is careful. But what you can see, he is trying meaning he wants to be liked by the Dems. That is dangerous in itself. Yeah. Yeah. They were bad. Right. There really wasn't much there. And the dark says the argument of not wanting to affect the outcome is a worst excuse I've ever heard. If there was ever a time where making the public aware of an investigation, that would be when the subject of an investigation is one of the two choices for becoming the bleeping president. There was no turning the ship around. It's going to sink one way or another. Good to see you in the dark we got, who else is here? Speech on Lee says the media people in power and government officials should not be allowed to keep information from the people. Let the people decide if something matters to them enough to influence their vote. If people are responsible enough to vote, they should be reconsidered responsible enough to determine what will or what will not influence their individual vote. And I couldn't agree with that more that's from speech unleashed. Let's see, we've got, want to know, says Fox news is talking about hunter right now. Almost word for word, what you're saying, your emails hacked or just great minds think alike. Yeah. You know, it's, it's sort of funny. I've been , uh, checking out what Tucker Carlson is doing. And we've been covering a lot of the same stories lately. I'm not sure what that's about and I'm not watching him. I watched him after the show. Uh, and not every night, but sometimes I just sort of we'll , we'll pop it on. And it's been a weird coincidence. Like we've been talking about the same things. Now. There they are, of course the biggest stories in the country. So that doesn't make , I guess that that's not a surprise, but it is just weird because then, you know , other people that I check out there, there are, there are a number of people I check out on the left too . You can go see who I follow over there and see what they're talking about. But I like this sort of just see what people are talking about. And Tucker's one of those guys that's even a little bit outside of the norm, even with Fox, right? So you can go from, you can see what they're talking about. One of these things just doesn't belong there. One of these things is, is not like the others and that sort of Tucker Carlson, because then it goes over to Hannity. And then Laura, and then Greg, and it's all , uh, it's sort of back to the Republican talking points after that. It's a , it's a very interesting phenomenon. And if, you know , if you watch this Tucker and Sean , I don't think they like each other at all at all. I watched one the other day where Tucker was counting down the clock, sort of, as the show runs out, like they don't want to go over their time. Tucker goes, I think like seven seconds over or seven seconds short. And he said, yeah, we're seven seconds early. And Sean goes, oh, we're counting seconds now. All right . Okay, thanks. It's my show. Now you're going, what is going on over there? It's kind of hilarious. All right, John, which is totally not relevant to anything we're talking about. That's okay. John Delores next, John Dolores says hunter Biden is the son that the Democrats wish Don Jr. Had. He could kill someone for crack in the media would try to bury it. Well, he may have, right. He doesn't remember a lot of it. Maybe he did. Who knows? John Delores says, I wonder if BARR will buy one of Hunter's paintings. Hmm. Yeah. That's a good question. We'll never know because it's all secret. Kareem , 1 6, 5 says, do you think it would be a good idea for people to boycott YouTube all together and use only alternative platforms such as locals for all the channels they regularly watch? You know, I, I don't, I don't know that that , that would do much of anything. You know, look, I try, I really try not to be too adversarial with, with big tech or with some of these agencies. You know, I think that, that if you sort of make it a war, then it sort of makes things more aggressive. I think that the smarter play honestly is just to say, okay, well look, we're going to continue to use you while you're interesting, but it you're , you're not going to be that interesting if people continue to bail. So it's sort of, you know, it's like, what if we could help nudge them in the right direction and say, Hey, you know what you did after January 6th was ridiculous. Banning a president of the United States is ridiculous. And we, as the American people, we don't like when you do that. So, you know, either you sort of get back into, into, into comportment or where we are going to start baling and it's, it's kind of, it's kind of impossible to bail off YouTube right now. I mean, the platform is kind of the only thing and everything is semi inferior. Locals is great, but there were , and they're working on it. Rumble is great. They're working on it. My point is I think that in a year or so when those platforms are a little bit more mature, I don't think you're going to even need the boycott. YouTube. People will just say nice . Well , there's nothing on there anymore. Right? The, the, the more interesting conversations are happening elsewhere. And , uh, we'll see, you know, we'll see, I think we're still early in this. I think a lot of people freaked out after January

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Six and after COVID, I'm hopeful that things don't continue to spiral downward. Maybe they will. Anyways. Maybe that's just me being too optimistic about it. Good question though.

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Uh , denim from Aidan test , as my comment to move to action is not aimed at your commentary. We need your commentary and news breakdown for sure. But how can we as a community now move towards

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Doing things? Yeah, that's a great question. That's a good question. That's a good question because , uh, what needs run for office? Right? Run for something. Yeah,

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I know. Oh, I got to get an application in I'm I'm running for something

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And again, hopefully I get reelected in city of Scottsdale. It's a good reminder. I gotta , I got to fill out that form like today.

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All right, we've got next one is from [inaudible] says hunter Biden is a disgusting degenerate. There was a story where he got it and then an assistant to buy us something. And we're going to just go ahead and not read that one here on YouTube rotate . We're going to , uh , w we'll go back to that one. Uh, later on we have, see the veil is in the house as Rob. I remembered to put my name in here this time. You said the most awful thing. Freedom, freedom, freedom has to let the private equity firms buy up . Most of the homes across the USA, freedom has allowed the banks to get away with 2008 Supreme court just shot down the lawsuit against the big bakes for 2008. Freedom has allowed the Biden family to exploit

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The laws. See the veil . Uh ,

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I know I just saw what's a BlackRock. I think they are just doubling down. They're going to open up

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There , there , uh , funds to continue to gobble up houses so that the middle class can't buy

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Nice P God Panda says it's not corrupt. It's unethical. You don't run around yelling

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Tax everyone while your state has that system. What most politicians do is not corruption. It's a

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Zone unethical and immoral. That's from God panned up. Then we have next, we got [inaudible] says, Hey, Rob, are you familiar with the stream lab donations? We can get donations that are at a less fee. I heard you got banned from discord there. Yep . We did. We got banned from them , uh, harmful and dangerous there as well. There are open source alternatives called element, which include endemic ,

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Like signal, which uses decentralized servers with discord , like functionality, which can help people avoid NSA surveillance. Okay. Called element. Wow. Wow. Okay. I did not know that. That's a great suggestion.

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Yeah. Maybe. Um, so I was thinking about that. I was thinking about, you know , uh, trying discord again. Maybe they've calmed down now

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Or , uh , actually trying slack because we use slack here at the office. I could just start a second slack channel. You know, I don't know. I don't know if people use slack though. So , uh , outside of the business world, but element I'll check that out. Thank you day . Very nice. Nice comments .

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I'm learning a lot. We've got tutor. Pandas here says I want a short course on the hierarchy of the laws. I don't think people realize how the laws enhance

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And limit each other. So I guess that's a good question there. So the hierarchy of the laws, probably you're talking about sort of which laws, reign Supreme, and sort of how the structure works, right? You've got federal law, you've got the code of federal regulations and you've got all sorts of Derrick , you know , statutory law. You've got state

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Law, then you've got city law and you've got , uh , you know, all sorts of different interpretations of those laws in the case law. It's a lot. You're right. It's a lot A short course. I'm trying to think of something that exists like that. And I just, I can't right now. All right , well, I'll take a note of that. We got be brave here. Says if people don't start speaking up or taking peaceful action, there won't be anything left to stand up for. That's from be brave, which is the most appropriate username for that comment. If people don't start speaking up and taking peaceful action, there won't be anything left to stand up for. And then we've got

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Locals. Panda says, what is the address

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To your locals? She's asking. She says , uh , I think she is the appropriate pronoun , please. Correct me if I'm wrong. But you know, pandas are just, they kind of feel like a she to me. I don't know. Maybe that's my , my bigoted gender pronoun worldview. I don't know. But what is the address to your locals? It's watching the watchers.locals.com. Thanks for asking. And our last one on this segment is from three girlies says, do you wonder if hunter puts cocaine in the painting to justify the amount of money that they are supposed to go for? I mean, if it's not the name recognition, perhaps it's the drug content. Oh my gosh. That's so good. Yeah. Right. You just kind of mix mix the cocaine right into your paint. And you're like, yeah, look, this is a thousand dollars stroke thousand dollars stroke. And he's got kilos coming in and a little methamphetamines. We already know that there's like STDs in them. So hepatitis a, B, C, D, and F, and chlamydia and gonorrhea, and all of them are on that one. Painting. We've talked about that here. I made a Tik TOK video about that down in the description below

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The drug content. Beefed it up. Last one. Here is the , uh , the last one here is from Panda says I'm a guy, dude. Sorry, brother. Uh, all right , well, there you go. That's

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A good way to wrap up that segment. Great questions from watching the watchers.locals.com. Thank you for all of your support over there. All right. We're going to change gears. We're going to talk about January 6th and the Capitol hill protesters fallout continues in the January six Capitol hill protest cases. And now the DOJ in conjunction with the FBI just arrested an entire family. That's right. They charged five members of the same family for allegedly joining the Capitol riot. They're part of the mud family. We're going to poke around and see what's going on with this case. They're from Texas. They're all facing charges written by Alexander Mallon here from ABC news. It says that five people of the same Texas family were arrested on Tuesday charge for January 6th stuff. Let's see who they are. We've got Christie Mon , Tom Mon, Don McGahn, Josh Monon , Kaylee , man. It sounds like a nice family described by prosecutors as a nuclear family from border Texas. They're now facing four federal charges over January six . We're going to look at this 34 page affidavit that describes the arrest details. And it's really going to show us how the investigation unfolded. You'll notice that they actually had a , uh, under-aged unidentified minor child with them, but they're not going to charge that kid, which is, which is nice of them. That's good. So a little bit of prosecutorial discretion. They're not going to charge them, but everybody else that you can see here, all charged. This is coming from court documents. Members of the Mon family out of border. Texas has seen out of this photograph. This document was released, right? So they're out there and we're going to go through the affidavit. We're going to see really what's happening here. Let's get a little bit more background from ABC. FBI officials say that they first received a tip that

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[inaudible] participated in the ride

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Just three days after, from a tipster who captured screenshots from her Facebook and Snapchat accounts, they then comb through public Facebook posts to track their journey from Texas to DC. As they amplified calls for a March on Congress said we made it to our hotel just outside DC, 1600 miles and 24 hours. After the riot, the investigators found posts from the family where they discussed joining the insurrection. Tom MUN dad wrote the only damage to the Capitol building was several windows and sets of doors. Nothing inside was damaged. I can tell you Patriots never made it to the chamber. There was no violence in the Capitol building. The crowd was not out of control,

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Angry. He posted that. So we've covered a lot of these cases, right?

Speaker 1:

I have never endorsed criminality. I've never

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Sort of advocated that what

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Happened that day was right, but I've also been somebody who has said that the law should be just in its application. And what we're seeing here in my opinion has never been crimes of the century. There were isolated cases that were things that were very problematic, but not problematic to the extent that they justify keeping people in segregated isolation for six months, with continuances being granted liberally to the prosecutors who can't, for some reason, prosecute something like 540 cases that are essentially disorderly conduct and trespass cases.

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They can't figure it out. So these people are

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Just rotting away in custody. And are they going to get the same privileges or the same benefits that any other citizens would have gotten, gotten ordinarily, or that would have been provided to other ideologies like Antifa or BLM? Are they getting those same benefits? Guessing not. So I've been very concerned that certain defendants in this country get a raw deal. And I've always said for a long time that everybody deserves a defense, no matter what the crime was, right? Because it's about holding the line there. If the government has the evidence, they've got the evidence and they're going to convict you, but it's about holding the line and everybody needs a solid defense and a solid fight. This society that just abandoned defendants because they're so reprehensible is abandoning much more than that. They're abandoning the presumption of innocence. They're abandoning due process and equal protection, and that can not be allowed. So we are always going to have to hold the line to make sure that any person who's charged with a crime in this country gets a fair shake and doesn't get punished, especially on the back of a political prosecution. So let's see what's going on here with the MUN family right now. We've got a couple charges. We're going to focus on mom and dad. Christie mom is here. Number one, couple of different counts, four violent entry disorderly conduct on capital grounds, right? Disorderly conduct in the Capitol building temporary residence of the president entering remaining in a strict, restricted building or grounds. And so we've got two similar charges essentially for trespass to similar charges for disorderly conduct, same dang thing for husband over here, Thomas month's same charges, right to here for trespass to here for violent entry. So we're going to talk about them. We can see that they're calling the case USA versus the month at all. And we have the four , the five family members all listed here. Date of birth had been blacked out us district court for the district of Columbia. This is the criminal complaint on or about January 6th in DC. These four different charges. See the attached statement , special agent David Boilard over here from the FBI. And , uh , this is being signed off on by us judge Zia , M far qui , which we've seen that name a lot here. The full affidavit is 35 pages long. Not going to go through the entirety of it, but we can sort of skim through it here relatively quickly. A lot of this we've already read all about K and it's not even that interesting. So it is 35 pages, but there are a ton of pictures. So we'll get through this quickly. Now we have already spent a lot of time talking about a lot of this stuff. We've seen other FBI agents give us the same breakdown. I'm a special agent with the FBI. Here's my background, domestic terrorism, a us Capitol secured a lot. There was a joint session of Congress on January 6th , both the proceedings in both houses. There were barricades at the time of the certification proceedings. People were breaking into the building shortly around 2:20 PM vice-president of the United States, blah, blah, blah. Okay. We got all of that. That's the, that's the framework for what happened? We've read many of these affidavits here on the channel. They all resemble that same thing, right? Counting the votes. Trump was speaking God, all that. What happened with this family though on January 9th, the FBI received information from a tipster that Christie Munn mom entered the Capitol during a followup interview. They reported that other members of her family also were there. They took screenshots from Facebook. They took screenshots from Snapchat and they found a couple different Facebook accounts. Christy mine, Christy mine over here. Tipster is a relative of Christie month's fiance. Oh, I wonder if that wedding is going to carry on Christie Munn is the fiance of mom. I think that's mom of Christie ratted them out. The tipster has personally met Christie Mon and spent time with her during the 2020 holiday season, which was less than a month before the tips are also provided her telephone number and claim. She lived with her fiance, both of which I verified to be true. Uh that's uh , that's not a good wedding. Is it not? Not good? Not sure if that's going to carry on one of the Facebook screenshots provided by the tipster ex fiance was a post of a photograph of Christie Mon and five individual individuals who were quote, tagged in the post. So they tagged everybody else in the family on the Facebook post. According to the post, when you tag someone, you can link to their profile. Got that. We see one of these posts here. The other Facebook screenshot provided by the , uh , the , the tipster ex fiance is a photograph of Christy month taken outside where other protesters were in the background. We got a photograph, January six , uh, or here , here's a picture of Washington DC. Here we come. So here's another one, figure two screen, another screenshot. So another Snapchat, right? So their tips are provided six Snapchats from her account also posted on January six at, or about, you know, near the Capitol . Here's Christie Marie MUN . Also on Snapchat. Here are a couple more , uh , images. So Christie Marie , see the account here, here, and here. Just sort of post in stories, right on social media, from everything that's going on there, we have some other Snapchat screenshots . So this guy went in and recorded, you know , took , took, took shots of everything publicly available, Facebook information as well. So I attempt to define and review the Facebook account. During that time we found another one , uh , multiple accounts belonging to the rest of the family. We have other posts from before January 6th . So Tom MUN on December 28th, 2020 posted POTUS has requested your attendance in Washington right here. Here's the post number one vote and number two, January 6th in 2021. So that would have been after the election. So I'm not sure what number one vote means, but, but you can see that he posted that the time has come. He says here's another one. The time has come March on Congress, January six , 7:00 AM us Capitol, which is, which is very interesting. I mean, the guy is actually very public about it. There's people all over the place, March on Congress, apparently

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Listing on the internet and our FBI and Capitol hill police and national

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Guard and all of the other 19 intelligence agencies in this country.

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I couldn't figure it out, including the Sergeant in arms for both the chambers. Hmm , interesting.

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So he posted this, we made it to our hotel just outside DC. So , uh , not, not a surprise, right? A lot of people are coming post from January six . He posted a photograph of himself with five people, his family driving on over there, it made it back to our hotel an hour ago. I have a lot of pictures and videos to follow. See this post here, right? That's the image that we've got. This is coming directly from the affidavit in a post from January six . They say these women's stormed our capital and demanded our house and country back. They did not break, burn , threatened, swear, push touch, or hurt another American there today. But they made sure their voice .

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It was heard screenshot of the post, right?

Speaker 1:

January 6th. So they were there. They weren't doing anything violent is what they're saying.

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You did not push touch. Third burn threatened or anybody is what she posted. We also see this one, the biggest

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And best female empowerment I've ever seen before in my life. These are women in history, 50 years from not . I want to read about not just words on a screen. These women stormed our Capitol . They demanded our house and our country back. They did not break, burn , threatened, swear, push touch, or heard another American. So a lesson to every young woman out there, if you really want to be free, speak your mind. You want to be free to do whatever you set your mind to you . This is how you do it. This is exactly what women back in 1848, started marching for. This is what they would be proud to see women doing with all the rights freedoms 170 years later, if more women like these stand up and fight, then maybe we'll have a futures , essentially what she's saying there, right? So, you know , this is a person who is standing for political ideology. You can see from the post does not intend to be violent and said that there was no violence on January 25th. I attempted to interview Kristy Mon at her residence. She was not home spoke with her by phone. She admitted going to the Capitol to see president Trump speak and express her first amendment rights to object to the electoral college results, but denied going inside the Capitol or participating in any violence, vandalism, or other criminal activity,

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Which is going

Speaker 1:

To be shown to be probably not true, right? She hadn't been convicted of anything yet, but they've got some pretty

Speaker 4:

Good evidence. Pretty good

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Point to remind you about the 1, 2, 3 rule for dealing with law enforcement. There's only one rule. There are two questions that they can ask you. What are you doing right here right now is question number two. The first question is who are you? You guys , you have to identify yourself. Second question is, what are you doing right here right now? Christy MUN was on the phone with this guy. Not right here. Not right now should not have answered those questions. That is the second part of the 1, 2, 3 rule. What she should have said there is part 3.1. I don't answer those questions. The officer is allowed to ask two questions. Any law enforcement, two questions . This is the 1, 2, 3 rule . Don't don't buy the course. Here it is. There's one rule. Don't pick any other rule. Don't try to outsmart the rural part to two questions. The police can't ask you. Number one, who are you got to identify yourself? Number two. What are you doing right here right now? If they ask one of those two questions, you've got to answer that. If they don't it's UN it's don't answer the question. You've got three responses that you can use. Number one is respectfully officer respectfully, FBI agent respectfully, sir. I don't answer those questions. Okay. Those questions. So he says, did you go in the Capitol that day on the phone? I don't answer those questions. That's not right here right now. That's not. Who am I? Right? That is a, is a no-brainer . He goes to, comes to her house and says , uh , can I come in and talk to you? No, not without a warrant. That's 3.2. No access to your house. No nine without a warrant. Can I search your car? No. Not without a warrant. Can I search your truck? No. Not without a warrant. Can I search your backpack? No. Not without a warrant, right? It doesn't matter what the answer is. It doesn't matter if they lawfully can search you. You still say that because you don't want to consent to the search. Okay. That's a 3.2, 3.3. The last one. I want a lawyer. I want a lawyer. I want a lawyer. You can stomp your feet and scream about that. If you want. I want a lawyer, anytime that they're going to be, you know , trying to interrogate you, which is what this guy was trying to do. I want a lawyer. That's the 1, 2, 3 rule . And this is not legal advice. So don't, you know, don't take this. How can this be legal advice? I'm not giving you advice about a case or anything like that. This is a general,

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The rule for dealing with law enforcement. This person did not comply

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With that rule. Unfortunately, identification of Christie , Tom, Don , Josh and Kaylee Mon inside the Capitol building. So how did they identify this person? I've located multiple videos, which identified some or all of the members, Christie Munn , and so on. We obtained this by reviewing their driver's license photographs . So they actually just go and subpoena those things from the MBD, pull those, and then they can match the faces. Then they go, they pull all the videos off of Facebook. All the Poteau photos, Kaylee Mon was wearing a camouflage jacket with a forty-five patch. One example of a video. I located a security footage from the Senate wing door on January 6th . And the video identified everybody in there , 2:25 PM. And so on here are the different photographs. So they're telling us right now marked in red. So they pull a photo and they sort of start. So here's what they're trying to do. Okay. They have a tip. They

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Go from the tip.

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They find the photographs on social media. They say, boom, we got somebody who's there. Let's take a look at their outfits. Let's take a look at their driver's licenses. Now we're going to match the outfits to all of the other photos and video footage of the people actually inside the Capitol. We know that they posted stuff outside the Capitol on Snapchat. Let's see if we can see what they look like and find them inside the building. It's like, where's Waldo. And it's not that complicated, but , uh, you know, six, six year olds could find Waldo, but our FBI and our entire us attorney's office, including the entire department of justice, plus the Capitol hill police plus everybody else, they're having a really hard time finding Waldo. And so they need extra time while defendants just sit in custody and rot away. Not okay, but here you go. So the FBI found Waldo right over here. There's one. Oh, here's another one. That's good. Nice job everybody. Here's another one. Right? So they're just matching outfits. Another video contains security footage from the area located in between the crypt of the Capitol and they just aren't , they're just walking the judge through exactly what they've got. Right. Kind of boring and bland. I took screenshots. They have to flush it out frame by frame, figure 21, depicts Tom mung, MUN figure 22 depicts Don MUN . Right. And so they're just going through and explaining to the court what's going on. So now we've got all the months , right? There's the whole family that has just been sort of picked up walking through the Capitol building. We have Christy Mon over here, she's got the Trump flag on and the cap. She's not even wearing a mask at that point. Uh, we also have over here, Tom Mon marked in red, same thing, Don McGahn marked in red. Right? So massive come down now. And they're all sort of just walking through the Capitol building. Here's Josh here is Kaylee . Uh , so I think the younger,

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Younger part of the family, more screenshots

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Here actually inside the, you know, the Capitol

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Building, here's Tom here's

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Don, you know, other places. So what they're doing is they're just sort of, you know, showing you they're walking around the Capitol and you know, these photographs, if you look at these they're , they , they look very low Rez to me and they look very sort of washed out and faded, which means that these, these are sort of, you know , terrible security cameras. Look at this. Somebody put a Trump hat over here on whatever that figure, but we have, we have, you know , very grainy photographs and they're , they're very washed out. Now I'm going to guess that a lot of this is sort of a result of the copying, right? This, this is a formal type document that is printed on paper. And then it looks like it was scanned again here. So, you know , those photographs are probably much higher resolution, probably be able to blow those up. This is in the Capitol building. I'm going to guess that this is just kind of garbage footage, but they'll probably be able to hyper zoom in on that face because as you can see, right, half the face is covered. So they're going to have to , uh , you know , identification is going to be a part of what the government has to prove here, but I don't think that that's going to be much of a problem. So we've got a screenshot again, identifying all of them. So it's like, they're sort of walking on , on out here are a couple of very close faces, you know, very clear. Clearly you can see this person's face and this person's face over here, over here, another screenshot, right? Another person in here and they're just walking around. Right. There's no pictures of them in any of these things, smashing anything or assaulting anybody. They're just walking around the Capitol. Uh , here's another one. Here's another one. Uh, let's see, here they are , uh, somebody , somebody streaming somewhere, right? We've got , uh , America first chance and all this stuff going on. I don't know what platform this is on. Maybe on D live. I think that's D live. So it's a screenshot now identifying her. Right. So they're still just walking around, you know, shouldn't be in there. I get, it should not have walked in the Capitol building. Got it. I got it. But they're just walking around. Right. Let's see what's happening here. I interviewed three individuals. Okay. So , uh , here they are screenshot marked in red. So they're over here, you know, round a capital in the Capitol building in some, you know, some room somewhere, right?

Speaker 3:

Trespassing. Yes. Illegal.

Speaker 1:

Yes. Criminal activity. Yes. All of it. Got it.

Speaker 3:

And yeah . And , and they, they should face consequences. I'm not saying they shouldn't, but not the ,

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The consequences that we're seeing for others in their situations. Okay. So now we're going to just run through some other stuff here. Third-party identification. I interviewed three individuals who were familiar with, with the Mon family. So now what they've got

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Is , uh , they're trying

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To go find other witnesses who can support , uh , uh , sort of support the claims. So they're going to go find other people we have. First interviewee is an employer at a border. Texas taught the MUN children says, yep . I can identify them. Another second interview. We have a employee at a high school, says, yep . I can identify them. Third interviewee. Another employee says, yep . I can also identify them. Right? So I've got experience with the mines . I know who they are and I can , uh, I can help you with whatever you need. We got information regarding her accounts . So they go through her account now in a Facebook conversation with Jared Christie Monro , we were in the capital . So they actually went and accessed her account . They're looking at her DMS. Now just a bit of info for the DL. Keep that bit of info on the DL for right now. Don't tell anyone. Right? Don't tell anyone, how did anyone get past the front doors with how security is, makes me wonder if they was let in my own thoughts, there was no security. There was no national guard. I can promise you. No one destroyed anything walking through the Capitol .

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Right? So it's like, it's like the information that them

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Also sort of is like, well, they just let us in. And we just walked right in. This is her the message in the same message that she admits that she was in the Capitol and says, keep that on the DL. So you kind of, you know , if you're going to take that statement as reliable, if you're going to take the statement that she was in the Capitol as reliable, well, you might want to take the other statements as reliable saying there was no security. There was no national guard. I can promise you. No one destroyed anything. So how is that a thing? How did that even happen? No security, no national guard. Okay. January 7th , she posted the following thing. I was just thinking tear gas tastes like freedom. Stop the deal . Trump is my president Facebook user comment . Do you know, from this experience, Christie Mon replied. Now I do now. Right? So she's acknowledging that she got teargassed , Joel, get gas. She said they gassed us all. We never fought back. We pushed forward and asked them to join us. So proud of my Patriots, right? A unidentified user of minor child Tuesdays . Okay. So let's continue on. Here's a screenshot from another Facebook video. The , the FBI agent thinks that she is streaming now on D live, a live stream. And a screenshot from Kristi MUN is shown here , uh , also below another D live video from inside the Capitol , right? A minor child was there as well. Information comes from Tom mum's Facebook account. He posted another thing. Uh, you know, Hey, we we've been over to DC. They go through Don month's Facebook account. They go through Josh mine's Facebook account and Kaylee's they get location information from the cell phones. They get a search warrant that is served on at and T they actually go and pull their cell phones now, and they can identify the different numbers where those numbers were located. They utilize the cell site consistent with providing service to the area that is included in the interior of the Capitol building. So they just, they , they get warrants. Hey, we have enough information about this person. Judge said that we can get access to the cell phone data at and T what do you got? Okay. They pull the cell phone data. They just ping it right inside the building up. Yep . It ping from inside. You were streaming on D live. So we know you were inside the building. According to records obtained through search warrants. We have another cell site that was also utilized by Josh. [inaudible] another one that was utilized with 8 0 8 7 1 . And so on, based on the following, we know that they were in the building. We want to charge them with crimes signed off here by David Lee , Boilard, FBI, special agent of course signed off on here by a judge in the DC court. So very, very , uh , kind of standard investigation took place. But , uh , I thought it was very instructive, right? They've got an entire family , uh, as a result of the investigation and who knows what's going to happen to them. Right. They might get a good judge and a fair shake. They might get a terrible judge and they might stay in custody forever. They may be out already. I don't know, but I just wanted to share that affidavit with you. Let's see what your thoughts are on this topic [email protected] All right. So we've got a comment coming in, but I don't know who this is from. It says, thank you for all the information and the content. I feel like you were working for free. I finally figured out locals. Um , I'm glad you're here. Next time you submit a comment. They'll let me know who you are. So I can say hello to you. I'm glad that you're here. Thank you for signing up. Very, very nice. Miss lucky is here, says Ronald Reagan quote, we are only one generation away from the loss of freedom we might be in that generation right now. It's kind of embarrassing that a lot of people my age, right ?

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So I'm okay with that

Speaker 1:

Freedom, but it is a speech on leash says we are constantly hearing the January 6th was an insurrection. So why is none of them actually being charged with the crime of insurrection? Because they can't prove that, right? Because it's a trespass case. It's not an actual insurrection case. These are trespass cases. We have congressional rep pandas here says, do you know anything about temporary congressional laws? They ain't making laws. They are extending temporary laws or making new temporary laws. Uh, I don't know much about that. No congressional rep panned . I don't really know. I'm trying to think about what you might be referencing. You know, locally, we had a lot of , uh , a lot of temporary laws. Remember back during COVID. We had many that they would say, oh, this, this, this new lockdown order expires two weeks out. And then the governor would come out at least here in Arizona and extend it another two weeks. And then another a , and then we got indefinite extensions. And at some point they just got tired of , uh, having to draft the lockdown orders. So they just said, ah , whenever we're ready, you can, you can be free again. So we had to deal with that. But , um , but no, I'm not, I'm not familiar with the , the other underpinnings chairman of the board is here, says you've heard of the Munsters . You've heard of the Adams family now, something even scarier. It's the MUN family. Some families take vacations. The MUN family takes over governments , watch out coming to a capital near you. That's we could probably make a movie out of that. Right. That sounds , uh, it sounds pretty compelling. I like that. Thank you, chairman of the board. That's good.

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So, all right ,

Speaker 1:

So I'm not going to , I'm not going to say that. All right, we're gonna, we're gonna continue on. Thank you, chairman. We got Ms . Lucky 21 says correction to the Reagan quote. Freedom is never more than one generation from

Speaker 3:

Extinction. Same idea.

Speaker 1:

And I like it just as much. We have Sharon Quinn and he says, you can only speak freely if you are BLM or Antifa. Otherwise, if you speak freely, make your voice heard you're headed for solitary confinement in jail. I hope not for an indefinite period or to hell with due process, equal protection or speedy trial. No cruel and unusual punishment. Yeah. I agree with you, Sharon. I think that there's a lot of this that goes on and that's why, you

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Know, that's why I'm. So I get so

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Passionate about these, these things, cause it's just, it's very easy for people to just forget about a defendant. It's just other, the Capitol hill people, you know, they're, they're bad people. They're insurrectionist or they're, you know , rapists or assault. It's easy. I get it. It's really gross stuff. It's a gross side of society. That, that is real, but it is the most important to protect those, those concepts, because those are the first that just get forgotten about because everybody wants to throw those people out, but we can't let that happen. We're not going to, we have, Kareem says, you said you can ask who you are and get your ID. Is that not only if they suspect you of committing a crime as per the fourth amendment? So, so yes, technically. So, so on that rule, right? This rule, I don't want to get into all the details of the rule . I have a two and a half hour course on, and I'm going to, I , I'm not making this specifically for you. Kareem is a great question. Thank you for asking it, but it is a complicated , uh , thing that I really can't synthesize in 60 seconds or so. I mean, I did, and it works, but remember that this is not supposed to cover every single permutation. This is supposed to cover the majority of situations. And it's supposed to save you from making mistakes that make their investigation easier. So there are all sorts of permutations of this, right? You can , you can say the rules are different in a school. The rules are different at the border of the rules are different at the airport. The rules are different when you're coming through customs, I get, I get it. I get it all. But I can't synthesize all of that into a 1, 2, 3 rule. I want to give you some guidelines that are , that are going to make you successful. And probably, I don't know, I don't have any data to support this, but I would say 98% of cases, because most police stops are not at airports. Are customs patrol stations or schools is for most other areas like the side of the road, where if you're driving on the car and driving in a car, yeah. They can ask you for who you are, right. Because you have a license to be on the road. So that's why that rule is in there. Uh , yes, if you're, if you're, you know, you can make arguments that based on the, the side of the road, if they, if you're, if you're walking down the street, they come up to you, right? Do they have to have reasonable suspicion and stuff? They just can't come up to you and just demand your ID for no reason, they gotta articulate something. And so all of that exists, but what I, what I'm, what I'm trying to do is cover, you know , the vast majority of cases. So if technically, yes, if you want, you can sort of, you know, get, get into it on the side of the road there, but I'm not sure that , uh, but you , you, you, you understand my point when I , when I go through the course, which is available at gumroad.com/robert ruler, I talk about this in terms of a high percentage moves, right? There are some moves that are gonna , that are gonna be successful for you a high percent of the time. That's what the 1, 2, 3 rule is. All right , so little bit of a disclaimer there, we've got speech unleashed said too bad. They didn't spend this much effort to identify locate and appropriately prosecute all of those that looted and destroyed private and public property during the BLM and for riots. Yeah. You never saw the FBI out there with really anything digital . We've got the FBI relying on disgruntled and vindictive relatives. X's to arrest people with no criminal charges except a misdemeanor. Will they be given bail bail still don't understand how John Sullivan got bail. He was the one cause he gave footage to CNN and those people got bail when he did much more than damage than other prisoners. I think that it shows how petrified the Dems are of the audits by this sad, pathetic misuse of the legal process makes me cry. Actually. That's from thunder seven. Yeah. I understand that emotion, man . I really do. I understand it . It , it really is sad. And it's sad that it's happening. Uh, in the United States, we have producer pandas here says FBI are creating a narrative. Why does it take long? Because they are so organized and stuff. It's Q and on . You know, I mean, it took them like one day, the judge would say, so why didn't you stop them? This is all play for the gallery. I agree with that. Right? It's it's a political hammer that they can just keep slamming down indefinitely. The dark says if these people were really not violent, AKA peaceful, and all they did was assemble inside a public building after being guided in by, by police officers. Is that not exercising your right to peacefully assemble other people being violent is not me being violent. Right. We have the right to peacefully assemble on any public property we want to. So I don't see how they can charge most of these people. So it's a, it's a good question, but you're , you're a little bit overbroad . They're in a dark. So, you know , public property, there are all sorts of regulations that the Supreme court has , uh , justified, right? Just because it's public doesn't mean that you can just walk into a military base or to area 51 or to the con to the white house or to the congressional building. So there's all sorts of, you know, we , we sort of refer to them as time, place and manner restrictions when we talk about free speech, but the government has a right to exclude people so that they can perform their function. And so those laws are, are on the books certainly. And what they did was not, you know, peaceful assembly in a, in a publicly acceptable place that might be covered under free speech. Like the, you know , free exercise. And , uh, I'm sorry. Uh, the right to peaceably assemble still can be limited by time, place and manner. And of course the Capitol building would be one of those things we've got John Delores says, I can't even stand to listen to this. I have to turn down. The volume makes me sick to my stomach. The government is going to get away with it. Nothing will happen to the judges or the attorneys. And these people are toast. We watched this for months as Democrats, right at the TAC , people caused billions of dollars of damage. They made it clear that as long as Donald Trump was in power, they were willing to destroy the country. Nothing happened to them. People don't even talk about what they did. These people protest in the Capitol for a day and it's Armageddon. It's just so unfair and unjust. What is happening to them? It just eats my soul.

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Sorry to

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Hear that John alarm . I know it's it's . I know. I , I know, man. I know. Tell me about it, man. I know. I get it. Want to know, says my dad told me the jails and the prisons are 99% full of people that thought they could outsmart or out talk. The cops shut up, hand them your ID, insurance, registration. Don't do anything. Let them arrest you. No , you can't search me or my truck. I want my mom and dad to call my lawyer. Please call my mom and dad now so they can call my lawyer. Thank you. That's from want to know it's good advice. That's pretty good advice. Yep . People think that they can outsmart the police. That's why rule number one is don't outsmart the rule. Don't pick another rule because it's, you're

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Gonna , you're gonna go, oh, well, if

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You make it too complicated, then you're gonna have this problem where you're

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You've got people trying to, to finagle the rule around and go ,

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Oh yeah. Rule 7.1 said this and 2.5 said that, but Nope. 1, 2, 3 rule use the high percentage moves and you'll be okay. You'll be better. Better. We've got delectable Panda. Uh , Pierre . Pierre electo is no. What was that? What was Romney? Electo all we says. He says, have you seen the clip where ACP comes and ask if they need assistance? Are you okay? Do you want me to call an ambulance? Cause one of the trespasser was bleeding. That clip is scrubbed from the internet. No, I did not see that. Cause it's probably scrubbed from the internet. Like you said, all right, we've got , uh, somebody says, wow, how can anyone believe their DMS are private at this time? Yeah, you're right. It's a good, it's a good thing. They are not private. They can just gobble them up. Want to know, says cops are smarter than you or anyone else. That's their job. They're very good at it. They're allowed to lie to you. They study and take classes. They're very tricky. Don't ever trust them. It says that's from Watsonville . I don't think all cops are bad. I don't think that be brave says the hilarious thing about the Capitol rioters is the legit people who were not hiding behind masks and who were not armed. FBI was messed up though. Well, COVID, you know, they were COVID restrictions. Of course. So yeah. You know , that was the most interesting thing about the whole thing was the lack of arms there. Nobody was, there was no, there was one shooting from a police officer. That's it? If they really wanted to seize control of the country, and this was a military insurrection in a coup orchestrated by America's most powerful militias of white supremacists , you think they would have done a better job than that? Not that I'm endorsing that. Right. I don't want, I don't want any of that. Oh gosh. But you would imagine that it would be this massive threat that would last longer than four hours. And it didn't because it wasn't an insurrection RO Butte day says the Mo the MUN family are bloody stupid. Why are they posting protests on social media when it's public? Many people are livestreaming . Yeah . It's not a bright thing to do, but , uh , you know, we look, it's not a , it's not the , it's not a smart thing to do, but a lot of people, you know, do things like that. And we still, they still deserve a defense and they still deserve, you know, due process and not to be thrown away. Reboot day says, what does infuriating about the protestor ? They want to use their first and second amendment rights yet. They don't want to use the fifth and the 14th. Good to see you reboot day. Let's see. We've got a couple more, are going to pick up the pace. Sarah SS. Oh, nice comment. Here. Sarah says in psychology, it's widely known that individuals tend to conform based on the action of others. It's very rare to find individuals that will go against the group. Although what these people did was wrong. There was a lack of violence and destruction compared to previous months of riding and alluding . At what point will common sense kick in and fines be issued instead of more prison overcrowding. That's from Sarah S it's a great, it's a great , uh, it's a great comment. I think you're, I think you're right. I think that a lot of the, you know, we , we've had some comments here today about people expressing emotional pain as a result of what they're seeing. Right. Because they see it from a common sense perspective. Yes. It's wrong. Yes. It's trespass. Yes. It was not America's best day . We got, we got all that, but these are people. These are human beings. They make mistakes. We've all made mistakes. We've all been there . Part of something that we kind of got like roped into, right. We go, oh my gosh, I got it . I got FOMO. Fear of missing out, or I to go sign this deal. Or you have a, you know, a used car person

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Who pressures you into doing something, right. We're

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All fall prey to the pushes and pulls of being human. It happens to all of us and it's very easy to get riled . You know, they , they might've been there with the best of intentions to go there and peacefully protest. And they had a bad day. I right . That we all have bad days. Right .

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And that, that doesn't mean that they should escape consequence, but it doesn't mean that they should be treated and prosecuted like criminal,

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Political prisoners, like Jacob Tansley has like Dominic Passolo has like many of the others that we've talked about. Yeah .

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All have been. It's not okay. And it drives me bananas. So, all right. We've got three

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Girls . He says. So you think that the parent of a minor

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Child will be charged with child endangerment? Yeah. They could. They have not been, but they could easily,

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If the MUN family can be charged with crimes,

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They were charged with only stands to reason. There'll be throwing them

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Book at anyone they could easily could, could, you know, have a child endangerment charge. Although I think that

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It would be more of like a , like a state, a state claim. Right. I , that wouldn't really be prosecuted under federal law. So they're just sticking with the January six stuff. The , uh, let's see who this is.

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Oh, hunter Biden's here. Hunter Biden came in. He said they had a party at the Capitol on January 6th and I was not invited. Yeah. Yeah. Sorry, hunter. Your dad was in a bunker somewhere. Maybe you should have hung out with him. Three Gurley's is here, says, do you think that rep Joyce beating from Ohio and all the other protesters

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She let into the building will be treated the same way the

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MUN family or any January six protesters were that's from three girlies ?

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No, I don't think so. Of course not. Cause she , yeah ,

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He's on the right side, her side one. So that's why they get to sort of do whatever they want to , uh, Kenny, one B says, do you like to meet with your viewers if they happen to be visiting

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Area ? So I've never been asked. Uh, but I I'd be open to something like that. Yeah. I'd be open to something like that. I , uh, I don't even know how that would work. That's the first like actual requests that I've ever had about that. Kenny one B, but you sound like a nice fellow , so maybe we can work that out. Maybe we can set up something. We have an office here with a giant conference room and maybe we could put together something, maybe a little talk or something. I like it.

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Let me think about it there Kenny one B and you can always send me an email at Robert at RR law , ac.com .

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That's available for anybody. I'll try to answer those if I can, but send me an email if you'll , if you'd like, alright , next up we've got,

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See the veil says, is it true that judges

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Post a visit the prisons from time to time to see how the prisoners are being treated. I've never heard of that. Typically those issues are brought up by attorneys, right? You kind of don't want to judge to go out and do independent investigations into things. They're sort of supposed to be neutral arbiters. And if a defense attorney has an issue with it, they bring it up. If a prosecutor has a problem with it, they bring it up. And so you sort of allow both sides to mediate that stuff. And the judge will resolve the problems that the judge can, of course, on their own order, the prison or the jail or the healthcare provider or something to produce a result or to, you know, to do something to , to come back into compliance. We actually talked about a case like that. That was happening here in Arizona, where our , our medical care provider that was facilitating all of the prisons here. It's just terrible. People are like dropping dead all over the place. And the judge started to, you know, bring the hammer down on that provider so they can do that. But typically, you know, they're not, they're not doing that. Just sort of , uh , just to go to go make checks. Someone told me this years ago under the premise that judges are to get an idea of what they're sentencing people to. If this is true, would it be reasonable to ask the judge who has people from the Capitol in solitary confinement, how they're living are the family and the money in solitary confinement as well. So not that I've seen yet. Maybe solitary confinement can be given a hunter Biden's laptop copies and hunter Biden's crock art turbines case after they have 23 hours with nothing to do. Yeah. That's a good question. So I, yeah, I've never seen judges sort of, you know , go and just make the rounds because they're curious, but , uh , it wouldn't surprise me if some people have some stuff, some judges did that or took a little bit more active role in that. Let's see , uh , not temporary pandas here says suspending. Uh , he Bray B Corpus is a temporary law anti-terror so you put this in quotes. I don't know if you mean habeas Corpus or he bravely Corpus, but printing money is a temporary law. The use of temporary laws is pervasive as it gets it's abuse at the highest level. Okay. I see. So a suspension of habeas Corpus is a temporary law printing of money is sort of temporary actions, right? Because you sort of dumped this big surplus of money into the monetary supply, and then that gets absorbed. And so you've got these sort of temporary impacts from, from temporary, like , okay, I see what you're saying. There, we have thankful Panda says, thank you, Rob, keep up the great work. Thank you, Panda. Appreciate you being here. We have a RO day says the FBI is so incompetent where one of the complaints has a Photoshop picture of a naked black man on the portrait of the Capitol building. Can you get the case thrown out because of this what's so somebody's Photoshop the picture of a naked black man on the portrait of a Capitol building and it's in a complaint . Wow. So you're not going to get a complaint thrown out or a case thrown out on that basis alone. But certainly if you're going to be in court, you're going to say, where did this evidence come from? Where's your picture come from? I , I have an issue with the credibility, the integrity of your evidence, given the fact that there's a , a person from your images, that's on the Capitol building naked up there. Is there any other evidence to corroborate that? I don't think so. So then you would say that everything else in the affidavit is terrible and it all is bad evidence because it's, it's been poisoned, right? W if one thing is bad, well, the rest of it is probably bad. So you could make arguments in that basis. But , uh, but, but it's not going to get it thrown out. We got locksmith pandas here. It says the Capitol door was locked mate. But , uh, I'm sure you know that incidentally, because you were not there. Neither was, I was broadcasting live right here from Scottsdale Arizona. All right , engineer.

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12 volt says, so if people can't be charged under insurrection, then wouldn't it be defamation or slander for the news and the government to knowingly state falsehoods

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These people. So, you know, I think

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Probably not. I think that they would get away with that because technically I think if we went through the definitions with, after January six, we looked at insurrection. Okay .

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And , uh, what was it? We looked at a bunch of them, insurrection and KU and , uh, revolts and

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Revolution and all sorts of different definitions. So I think what the government could, I'm sorry, what the, what the media could do

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Is extend those definitions to cover the conduct that they're alleging.

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Right? You can, you can make, you can make an argument at least that this was an insurrection. I think it's a terrible argument. Yeah .

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I think it's a , uh, overly provocative hyperbolic way of to frame the whole thing, but that's it's politics. So they're going to continue to do that,

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But I don't think that they would win. I'm not a defamation lawyer. Maybe they could. That would be a better question for somebody who's a defamation

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Lawyer , but I don't, I, you know, I, I have a hard time thinking that

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That it would, because it's a public case. It's all public record. Anyways. You can make an argument for insurrection. So I'm not sure it would go anywhere. Three girlies is here, says it used to be that the police had to work to catch you at a crime. It took to connect you to a crime. Okay. Now they just have people with cell phones and pictures that are posted to social media. The term big brother does not come close to the lunacy of what is happening to these people for simple trespass. That's from three girlies . Good to see you. Three girlies . Let's see. Who's next. We've got RO Butte day is here. It says there are some tips to reduce your digital footprint for protesting, including grabbing a pixel phone and using the graphing OSTP and use all privacy settings like disabling location, and Bluetooth also buy a prepaid SIM card, pay using cash and activate nowhere near your home and put the phone in a Faraday bag until the protest and after remove the SIM card and place the phone in a Faraday bag. Also the app used should be signal and elements, not Facebook, pretty good privacy advice there at [inaudible] . Thank you for that. All good, good tips on that. Right? You can be, you can really, really get aggressive with privacy. You can use ,

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Uh , you know, this technology. And so there's some good, some good , uh , tools there. Some good,

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Thank you for that. Let's see, we've got speech unleashed says I object to it being called trespassing. If they were let inside the cat by the Capitol police, that's a good point, right? If there , if there was, if it was open and they were waving people in, that's a whole separate ball game, we've got, Kareem says, thank you for the information Robin . Yes. I'm looking forward to watching your entire lawn or action training on my trip down to Miami. I was asking because I've seen those first amendment auditors, get the cops called on them and refuse to identify themselves upon request from police. So

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Yes, so the,

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The first amendment auditors are , are very interesting. I , I just watched you, might've sent that to me. Somebody sent it to me in locals and , uh , it happened here in Mesa and it's, it's kind of amazing how,

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How aggressive they are. And I think it's very, you, it's not work

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That I would want to personally go do because I've got, you know, a little bit more exposure, but to the people who are , who are holding that line and, and really, really pushing, you know, pushing the police to make sure that they're not encroaching on your liberties. It's, it's amazing work. So , uh, keep in mind that this is a little bit of a different training. Okay. This is not for that at all. This is for the everyday person. This is just, you know , you know, mom, mom, dad goes to the grocery store, thinks cops are great. You know, I trust them. I've grown up thinking. They're amazing. It's just a reminder, Hey, listen, they are not on your team in certain situations. Sometimes they're there to help. Sometimes they're there to, you know , you know, rescue a kid out of a pool or, you know , uh , you know, save you if you're getting beaten by somebody, that's all great. And we want to respect them and thank, thank them for the hero . Their hero is , um , for, you know , uh , breaking into or crashing into a chaotic situation and lending help. That's, that's an amazing thing. But when they are not doing that, they are working for the government. They are working against your interests. They are working to cite you or arrest you or interrogate you or get information about something that's going to help them do that for somebody else. And so this is a training mostly for that. We want to cover the most, the highest percentage moves that are out there. So that in most situations you can just follow this simple rule because you're going to freak out when the police come to your house, when they pull you over, you're going to go, oh , and you're just going to spasm and you're not going to know what to do. So you're just going to want to remember 1, 2, 3, what is it? Okay. I got these two questions. He's going to ask me a bunch of questions. I know there's only two that I have to respond to and then you, and then you can make a decision right on that. And if they ask you a question, that's not one of those w those two, you've got three tools you can use to just sort of Parry those back. Nope, Nope, Nope. And it's going to prevent you from making the mistakes that might wreck your case. It's not going to prevent the cop from doing what the cops are going to do. Cops going to do whatever he's going to do. You're he's going to arrest you. If he wants to arrest you, he's going to shoot you. If he wants to shoot you in the training. I show a cop who just Rams a woman's car over and flips her car over pregnant woman in the middle of nowhere. Right? Th things are gonna happen that are, that are outside of your control, regardless what we're trying to do with the training, just to make sure that you don't make it worse. You don't dig your hole a hole for yourself. And if you use the rule you're going to we're , we're putting some major speed bumps in front of you to prevent you from causing yourself some trouble. All right, let's see. A 10 minute Panda says you should make a 10 minute limit for each segment or less. You're going to answer all my, unless you're going to answer all my questions all night . Yeah. So I have to figure out the timing thing on this force , for sure. Right. I , uh, w we got a lot of questions. Community Panda says, have your business been negatively impacted by your streaming? No, it has not. Our business has been positively impacted by our streaming, which is why I continue to do it. You know, people, part of the reason I continued to do it, right. Certainly if this was damaging our law firm and it probably is to some degree, right? I'm sorry . I'm certain that there is some positives to this and some to this ,

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Uh, no question in my mind, there are people who watch this show or hear about my stance on some of these issues. And they go, I'm not going to work with those guys. Those guys are crazy, whatever, or something or other that's fine. I know that we're losing business as a result of it, but I think what's happening is that more people are identifying that, that, you know, we're trying to do good here. We're , uh , I'm trying to be authentic here on camera. I'm trying to tell you what I believe in. I'm trying to, you know, to , to practice what I preach. I communicate here, you know , right before I sat down here, I was, I met with four people from my team about helping people, you know , w in , in different areas of, with our firm, you know, so the new client onboarding team, our legal operations team and so on, and it's all in alignment with the same principles that I talk about here. And, you know, people, some , some people really resonate with that. They say, look, I believe in what you believe. I need some help. Let's see if we can work together. Okay. Right. And that's great. If not, okay. There's many other law firms here. There's no question about it. So long story short, I think that the net positives outweigh any of the negatives. And so we're going to continue to do it, but it does make me nervous. I will tell you that it does make me nervous. We have a lot of people here that, you know, that rely on our firm being successful. And I have a lot of stresses. Sometimes. Sometimes I lay in bed at night and I just, I like my eyes open . Like, what did I just, what did I say yesterday? Oh gosh, well, that's the end of everything. We're going to lose everything. Right? Cause I'm stressed. I got a bunch of people that , that I care about and I want to see them succeed. I want to see them do well at our firm and the clients that we're helping. And so it stresses me out when YouTube had us D monetize. I thought, oh gosh, well , that's it right? We're we're going to lose everything. Fortunately, we're working our way back. And I know, you know, I know that if I keep being true to myself and I keep being authentic and I live by my values of authentic authenticity, integrity, service, and freedom. And I, and I focus this channel on accountability, transparency, and justice. I think those are pretty universal. As long as I'm doing my best to , to subscribe to those ideals. I think things are going to work out. That's how I justify it to myself. I want to know says if they can listen to Merkel's Germany, they can listen to yours. Thank you want to know. We have a ASL Panda says, oh my gosh, how old are you? I'm 35 years old ASL Panda. We're going to have to, we're gonna have to limit this Panda limit. Your Panda questions. Have a lot more time for discussions. I know Panda got the better of me today, but we're going to , uh, learn from all of that. All right . That's it for that segment, we got one more segment left and we still , uh, we still got to get to it. So let's get into it. Bad Popo. It's been some time since we've had a really bad, bad Popo on the show, but we've got one and it's not just a bad Popo. It is also Florida man. So this is kind of like a trifecta here. A defect up . This is amazing. Take a look.

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Ex Florida, deputy gets 12

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Years for planting drugs

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During traffic stops. Okay. 12 years in prison for this not a minor case. Prosecutors had to drop nearly 120 cases involving former deputy Zachary Wester. So we're going to go through this. We're going to get a little bit of background from Tampa bay, which is of course is in Florida. We have Florida man here, Zachary Wester , uh, 67 counts. We're going to see, we're also going to take a look back from the trial where he was convicted. So today he was sentenced

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12 years, big time, long time, right? And oftentimes cops don't get in trouble at all.

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So this is kind of the big thing. And it's also something that is a sentencing, but the conviction took place sometime ago. And we're going to look at the trial and see what he did because these are pretty serious allegations here. Former not allegations has been proven in a court of law. Now, a former Florida sheriff deputy received a 12 year prison sentence for

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Planting drugs inside driver's

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Cars. During traffic stops, we're going to watch this happen in real time and then

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Resting them. Okay. We just went through

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Last segment. If you missed that, watch the full show. The 1, 2, 3 rule. We're going to show you how badly this also got botched. Former Jackson county, deputy Zachary Wester 28, did not speak at Tuesday's hearing. Didn't talk during the sentencing convicted in may 19 of 67 counts, including racketeering official misconduct, fabricating evidence, perjury, false imprisonment, possession of controlled substances and drug paraphernalia. A lot of charges for one officer internal affairs investigators found the drugs hidden inside Western Western patrol car in the summer of 2018, shortly before he was suspended. Okay. So prosecutors say it was ready to plant evidence that Wester used during his traffic stops. So the guy had a whole goody bag of fake evidence. Body camera video also shows Wester holding what appears to be baggies filled with drugs surreptitiously before searching cars. After stopping them. Prosecutors had to drop charges in nearly 120 cases involving Wester occurring between 2016 and 18 because of accusations that he planted evidence prosecutor, Tom Williams had asked circuit judge James Goodman to sentence Wester to 15 years saying he committed an egregious breach of the public's trust. So prosecutors want 15

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Teen . They come back, give them 12 pretty, still

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Pretty high towards the upper end of things. Let's go ahead and memorialize this guy for bad Popo history. We got some seriously bad Popo here. His name is former Jackson county, deputy Zachary Wester sentenced to 12 years in prison for planting drugs and traffic stops. This guy is a very bad Popo as we can see. So we're going to

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Take a look at only one of his traffic stops. Now

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20 cases apparently were dropped. 19 of 67 counts were proven in a court of law. Now we're going to take a look at just one person. One that was a part of the trial more background. Before we take a look at the box

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Body camera footage from the traffic stop. We have two clips from the body cameras. Let's just do some quick background

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Around here. The woman's name, one of Western victims . Her name is Theresa Odom . Okay . She told the judge that the deputy had ruined her reputation deprived her of her time with her grandchild Wester stopped her for a defective

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Brake light 2018. Okay. Defective brake light ask

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Permission to search her truck. She agreed. She broke rule 3.2 ,

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Which means if an officer asks for access

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To something you say no, not without a warrant.

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Okay. The officer asked a question that was not a part of rule to rule. Tool says, an officer can ask who you are and what you're doing right here right now. The officer asked her a question saying, can I look in your car? That's not one of the two questions

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You use . One of the three responses when it's not one of the two

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Questions. What is one of the responses?

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No, not without a warrant when they want access to something. No, not without

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Warrant . That's not what she said. She botched that. So she agreed. Yeah . Search around. So this lying office

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Or claimed he found a baggie of methamphetamine in her purse, but body camera showed him palming a bag before beginning the search. We're going to look at it. Odom. The woman who VMA linked , denied the drugs were hers later pleaded no contest and received four years of probation on innocent woman pled guilty because this lion cop planted evidence in her car, four years, probation crimes arrested the whole thing. All right , that conviction has been thrown out. She said, you robbed me of my credibility and being a mother and grandmother over the last two and a half years, I wish you no ill will, but you'll never know what you did to me until you have children of your own westers wife, Rebecca and others, beg judge Goodman for leniency saying he's a good church going man, who volunteers in his community, more than 50 people sent letters to the judge in support of Wester . When that career ended, suddenly I watched a part of him and myself as well die. She said, this blow is one that will not be overcome quickly. And honestly, one that we may never recover from the Zack that is in court before you today is a mighty man.

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God, he has been greatly missed the place he has been missed the most is our home. So you know, a very sad thing, right? Honestly, it's sad. I'm so angry at this cop. And I'm angry at all, cops that do this, but it's a sad thing. And anytime that anybody gets sentenced to prison, it is like a person dies. So I really feel for the family, I feel for Rebecca, I feel for, you know, it's like a bomb went off for them, right? That this guy was doing this for so long. And they think he's a good church going, man, just to , you know , a nice upstanding man.

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And maybe he is right. Maybe something what's going on in there. What , what, what's up with that?

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So I don't know . Maybe I'm being too , um , too generous there, but let's take a look at the body camera footage here. We've got two parts.

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What we're going to see this first. One's about two minutes long. We're going to go it. We're going to see the officer from his perspective from Western body camera. He's going to be the full, the full thing is well worth. The watch. I have a link in the slides to the full video course. The slides are available [email protected] . But I want to show you this. This is the body camera that the image is coming from Western body camera. And I just have two clips because I can't play the whole thing, but one is going to be him coming out of the car and then walking to do the search in her truck. Right? This is his patrol car down here. And this is her truck over here. This is another officer. Who's not a part of really there other than just back up. This is the woman , uh , Theresa , who is being charged with a crime. So let's see what's going on here,

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Everybody . Hey can making sure you don't get run over. Okay. Fake. But he would prefer to get over, just hang tight .

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All right . So let's watch now. Right? So she gave him permission to go search and we're not gonna hear much audio so I can kind of talk over it, but he's doing a search and let's watch what he does with his hands and his glove. Okay. So he gets, he wants to put these gloves on and watch where's his hand. Where's his left hand right now. Where is that? Oh, we don't know. Okay. Uh , so, okay, so we just covered that up. What was that? Huh. Okay. So he's putting the glove on and putting another glove on and he just covered that little baggie that you saw over there. And then he's going to start looking around and opening some things. And now you can see that the body camera can now see his hands again. Right now we can see what he's going through, but we couldn't see his hand previously. I always laughing. Is she saying something now? Watch camera gets mashed into the, into the dash, into the seat here. Camera's mashed in. You can't see either hand, no hands. So why are you wearing your body camera? Okay. Moving around. Who knows what's happening? Still digging in the bag. Can't see anything. She's yelling. Be what ? Now

Speaker 5:

I'll see if I can find it for you

Speaker 1:

Now. He's being real friendly. Real folksy. Oh, look what that is. Oh, where'd that come from? What's that? Oh, a spoon. Oh, Oh yeah. And he's just going to keep looking and see that. See that there's the , there it is. Oh , there's the drugs.

Speaker 5:

Okay .

Speaker 1:

The spoon and the drugs. And he's going

Speaker 5:

Do everything . You can't see those hands.

Speaker 1:

Can't see where his hands were. Right. He mashes the camera right into the side of the vehicle and suddenly, oh, w we have a spoon. Oh, wow. That's oh, there's a bag. Oh, what's in there. So he ends up going back and , and sort of alerting her. He says, oh, I found something. I gotta , I gotta test this thing real quick. Hang on a second. Goes back to the back of his patrol car. And at that point you see everything right. I'm testing and it pulls, this sound cuts. This up, puts this in there , puts it. Oh, it does a field test and says, oh, oh, it's methamphetamine. That's weird. So he comes back to her and says, ma'am sorry. You know, I , uh, fortunately it going to have to be taking you to jail today because you've been charged with, you're going to be charged with possession of methamphetamines. And this is, this is this woman's reaction going? What the heck are you talking about?

Speaker 5:

I just got pulled over in, Cotonou went down to St . George because I had a bad check that was given to me by somebody who was living at $8. I couldn't pick a lot. I get in my truck. I told him yesterday, he goes, he goes around to the other side and he comes back with a spoon, which is like, I guess a little tiny test positive for methamphetamine. So I guess I'm going to go to jail .

Speaker 1:

I guess I'm going to go to jail, but I'm sure it ain't mine and she's 100% right. Lying, cheating, liar, cop . The worst of the worst. All right , let's go see what is happening over from watching the watchers.locals.com short segment. We just want to make sure that we get some questions in here. Let's see what is coming in hot. We got Kenny one B says maybe I missed it, but did you have a chance to cover BLM blaming the U S for the problems in Cuba and expressing support for the Cuban government, also Facebook and the Biden white house coordinating on the Facebook fact-checkers no, I did . So I kind of talked about Cuba on Monday. I did a full, deep dive in Cuba, and I actually went through my trip down there. I think that was Monday. It was this week, my trip down there. And I showed you sort of my experience visiting with the auto mechanic shop and the restaurant tour and things like that in Cuba. So I've absolutely express . My support for Cuba would love to see a free Cuba would love to see communism rooted out around the world because it is a garbage ideology and candidly, the Joe Biden and Saki have come out and said that. Now I don't necessarily believe that it's kind of one of those things that you just have to say sometimes, but , uh , anyways point being good for them for coming out and , uh , dunking on that. Also Facebook and white house coordinating with the Facebook fact checkers . I saw that I was going to pick, I was going to almost talk that there are so many things to talk about. My friends. I know that the Arizona audit is going on as well. I know that we have not talked about that. I am working on another election project, which is why I have not talked about any of the election stuff. I have a big vision for a big election, deep dive. That would be more analogous to a , a video essay or a documentary style. That is , is very long. If you recall, I spent some time , uh, spent a lot of time talking about all of the election, preceding the election. I've got documents and lawsuits and all these filings from, from all of the work that we did ,

Speaker 2:

Uh , you know, from

Speaker 1:

Like July, 2020, when the show first started talking about all the lawsuits taking place, being filed by the DNC in , in many states around the country. So I've got a vision for that. And so I really kind of want to save some of the election conversations for that project. So I've just sort of decided that I'm probably not going to talk much election stuff. First of all, because YouTube is psycho about it. Uh, and if you read their guidelines, there

Speaker 2:

Just are very, very , uh, dramatic .

Speaker 1:

And with those, with those regulations, it's kind of scary. But , uh , but my point here is I've got a bigger vision for something I think more impactful, right? I've got a lot of documents. I've got about 800 slides that I put together in my master slide deck of everything. And so I want to sort of work on that for a little bit more time. It may be something that has to be sort of unveiled in parts and it's still brand new. You know , I really don't know what a project of this size or scope really entails, but I started working on it. I've brought some help in to help me with some of that. And that's where some of the election stuff is going to go the Facebook , uh, COVID white house stuff. I was going to talk about that today, but I found that really bad Popo. Uh, but yeah, I'm going to try to, you know, I'm still experimenting with formats. Don't know if I should do so many, you know, like three longer segments or some smaller, shorter segments. And so we're still playing around, but we've got last Panda says, where does your question or Mongo remember to welcome the new locals subs? Thank you. Last Panda . Uh, the mods, you know , mods, mods , uh , they they've, they found better opportunities here than , than this channel. So we thank them for their , uh, all their efforts here. But you know, people, people come, you know, people move on, they have other things that they want to go explore. So, so that's all right. We have teen Panda says 35. It's almost illegal for me to watch your stream because of your age. Holy S I'm meaning I'm going to bed, sleep tight. Goodnight , Panda. Thank you want to know, says best evidence for all costs to wear body cams that are on all the time. This S ruins a lot of lives. The money aspect will be enormous more than enough money to fund body cams and storage of footage. Everyone acts better. When , on camera Portland police on quick reaction force, no cameras that responded to riots that wanted them, all that training is now gone. Officer arrested more money spent. Yeah. So the thing with body cameras, I think it should be mandatory. And I think that there's plenty of funding for it. We see how much inaction causes the country. I think we can round up a couple of million bucks for that. We said, oh , we have this, those people who think the officer is a good person, are winning the gold medal in mental, mental gymnastics, and should be screwed over because the police officer is maliciously, entrapped , innocent people and ruin their lives. Well , uh, you know, I don't think that anybody should be screwed over, but I certainly think that that maybe, you know, maybe these conversations are helping people to reevaluate

Speaker 2:

Their interactions with law enforcement. Right. And like I said,

Speaker 1:

I don't, I don't think that all cops are bad. I'm not that ACA B person. Right? I've never been a supporter of defund . The police are a lot of lunatics out there that just think that all cops are bad, right? It's not the case. Just like not all protesters are bad, just like not all insurrectionists are bad, right?

Speaker 3:

It it's, it's sort of is intellectually inaccurate to sort of catch it

Speaker 1:

All people in one bucket. But I still think that it's very important that that good citizens understand what their rights are and that they understand that law enforcement, even though they may be, you know , friendly and oftentimes they can be helpful that their primary job in many situations, especially involving traffic stops, like this is to charge you with a crime. That's what they're out there doing. So for this woman to just say, yeah , I'll go take a look in my car, not the right move. And had she been a little bit more, I would say less naive. Maybe that would have worked out better for her. Uh, let's see. We have , uh , nobody. So we have

Speaker 3:

No , uh, no name on

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This. One says, Rob, Robert, Roberto, your show is great, man. I mean, it's the greatest probably one of the greatest of all time. You're doing great things. I just adjust great. I saw a hunter Biden comment earlier and decided he cannot be here alone. I'll help him finger paint, keep up the good work. Your welcome. So that might be, that might be Donald Trump. There was no name on that, but is that Trump Jr . Maybe probably the greatest of all time. You doing great things. Just great, amazing, fabulous, beautiful. Everything that you're doing here. I love the spotlight is the brightest spotlight of all of them. So much justice here. I mean, the transparency is just amazing. Nobody has better transparency than this show. That's right. Thank you Donald. I appreciate it. Let's see what else we've got. Thunder seven says, Rob, I'm so glad he got caught, but a question, how many cops do this? It sounds like that mental disorder where the person wants to be a hero. I've heard about a fireman who have this disorder. Do you think the defense should claim a mental defect or mental illness? Uh, you know, they , they, they could have if that was available, but you can't just sort of make those claims. You actually have to have some evidence because they push you through a formal analysis process, right? They actually, you , you go and talk to people who will vet you, psychologists , psychiatrists , clinicians who will tell you will tell the court their opinion on whether or not you're competent to carry forward. Jeremy Matrine has said that the cop get busted for planting drugs. What could possibly be going through his mind to do that? Yeah, he did. Jeremy. He's going to prison for 12 years. So he did get busted , uh , which is of course, good news. What could possibly be going through your mind to do that? And I don't know, you know, I, it could be a , a lack of self-worth right. People are

Speaker 3:

Feeling like they, they're not doing a good enough job. And so they're going to go and manufacturer results really, you know, and this woman,

Speaker 1:

He had a record. She actually had been in trouble before and probably math or probably something like that. Right. Probably another drug

Speaker 3:

Crime, if I had to guess.

Speaker 1:

And I don't know for sure, but when I was watching the trial, the prosecutor did call that out. Right. The prosecutor brought that out during the direct exam said, listen, you've been in trouble before. Right. You've been charged with crimes for dishonesty crimes for crimes of moral turpitude or what they're called. She says, yes, I have absolutely have, because she knows, she knew that the, the prosecutor knew the defense was going to bring that out. So they were drawing the sting there a little bit so that they could, they could get that in front of the jury, not let the defense do it. So what this guy was probably doing is saying, oh, this is a drug addict anyways. Right. She's already got a history of drugs. Maybe she, maybe she's a drug addict at home, but I just can't catch her at her home. So I'm just going to catch her on the road where she's more , uh , vulnerable. Right. It's it's, it's, it's disgusting. It's like, it seems to me like, you know , like clinical narcissism, almost like you like sociopathy to that high degree of narcissism where you really just don't care about what the consequences are for other people. They just don't affect you. It might be something like that, which you can make an argument as a mental disorder. Right. Let's see what else Joe Snow is here, says, Rob, we want, we seem to want to , uh , punish the officer who planted drugs, but give a pass to the officer, backing him up. Isn't he an accessory to all of those crimes. So it's a good question. I would guess he probably didn't know what was happening. Right? He was standing there with that woman if he knew then. Yes, absolutely. But if he didn't know if he cause , cause he wasn't involved in that search, right. The other guy was, he just went over there, searched, came back with the, with the stuff. And um, if that's the case, I don't think that the criminal liability should be extending over. We sat here even when a police officer is doing something wrong, your defense attorney mindset kicks in to try and come up with a , for a defense for the behavior. You saw that. Right? You saw that. Yeah. That's exactly right. It's like, I'm trying to justify it, man. I'm trying to find the good in this one. Like I'm digging, I'm digging hard. Where is it? There's gotta be something in there. Some, some redeeming quality for this guy. Anything Bueller , anybody help , help. Uh, now there's not much there, but uh , but I tried , uh , soul Viking says I think once again, we are reminded by the body cam footage that they are a great step in the right direction, but not a panacea literally in this case with a slight of hand. Yeah. You just palmed it. Right. If you're a magician, you just kind of do the old, the old one of these deals. Oh, look at that. Ah , ha ha. Well it's kind of fancy. Hey, Hey. Oh, whoa. Yeah. Right. At least officers are pretty miracle. All right . Let's see what else we've got three girlies says, this is a really heinous, bad Popo. Yes. He should get way more prison time than 12 years as a former CEO and intake the first night in prison, they look after the door locks like no other. He should feel that, feeling that feeling. I'm sorry. Let's do that again. As a former CEO in an intake prison the first night in prison, the look after that door locks is like no other. Yeah. It's really a traumatic thing. Like people don't understand it. He should feel that feeling for each person. He did this to absolutely infuriating. There was no worse scum than this. And CEO's that take contraband into prison. That's from three girlies . Love that. Love that. Yeah. So, you know, hold the, hold the standard, right? If you're, if you're going to be in an industry, hold that standard. And anybody who violates that you gotta , you gotta come down hard on, especially when they do it intentionally and knowingly. And so, you know, an alternative here would be, well, how about rather than 12 years? What if we just went through all of those 120 cases where there was some allegedly, you know, fraudulent things going on and we just added up all the potential time that he was going to hand out to other people, right? What if this woman, what if she got convicted at trial and maybe it's her third or fourth drug offense, maybe it's a three strike rule state. I don't know. Maybe she goes to prison for 10 to 20 years as a result of a third strike for a drug offense, especially a dangerous drug like methamphetamines. Maybe that would happen here in Arizona if we had that happen. Right. Which it does happen, happens regularly. So now we have a situation like that, where we add maybe her 10 years, plus the other cases, 10 years, plus another case is 10 years. And you add up all 400 years of time that he would have doled out. Had he not been cut ? And we just say, here's your sentence. There you go. Right. You are going to hand that out to other people unjustly. So you get that back to your direction. How do you feel about that? And other officers , here's a good deterrent for you. Don't ever do this because the same penalty will apply. And that is a very, very strong disincentive. I would imagine Jeremy Matrine does here says the bad Popo will cause all cops to be required to wear selfie, stick cams pointed at them. In addition to the cam facing outwards, maybe even the, where the 360 cameras listen, I support that. I support full body cameras officers. So like, like in Hollywood, right. Where they have all the little balls all over them , you know, for the 3d renderings, I say that we should do that for officer's body cameras, every which way, like a chameleon,

Speaker 2:

Just watching everything for all of them. I'll I'll uh , yup . That's it. Maybe when I , uh,

Speaker 1:

Write a bill or something, that'll be it. We have Kareem 1 65 says I agree. This show is in fact amazing. Well, thank you Karim . I don't understand how you still only have 117,000 subscribers after doing regular live shows for all this time. That is a bit low for a channel of this quality. YouTube must really be throttling really badly. Yeah. So,

Speaker 2:

You know, it's , it's a funny, funny thing that you should ask that Kareem . So I actually I'll take a moment on this. I posted

Speaker 1:

Over on locals sort of a breakdown of where I was seeing the channel go and a little bit

Speaker 2:

About the, the , the, the, the

Speaker 1:

Slow lack of growth. So we were growing very quickly and then it grows sort of really tapered off. And so I was sort of brainstorming as to why that might be, and I don't really know ,

Speaker 2:

You know , I don't, I don't really see it as a, as a

Speaker 1:

High priority problem. You know, I would like to obviously grow the channel faster , uh , and I'm very motivated by numbers and metrics and things like that. But I also recognize that there are some things that are just outside of my control. So when I start thinking about these things strategically, I was sort of trying to analyze the , the multitude of variables that could be causing the slowdown in the growth. And one of the first, most obvious things of course, is that it's not election season. It's not political season. There's nothing really, really that exciting going on in terms of , uh, you know, criminal law, which of course is the bread and butter of this channel. We just had the show bench trial, which we had a ton of growth with. Uh, you know, we've got some other cases like big ones, like Rittenhouse and Maxwell will be later in the year. And so a lot of people will be interested in those things. But when I talk more of the, you know, regular political fare , like the , the Joe Biden stuff, right, we come out here and kind of beat up on old Joe and Komala , there's a lot of other people doing that, right? A lot of people, you know, most, most of the talk shows or political talk shows not necessarily criminal justice talk shows. And so we're sort of, you know , emerging out of , uh , an area where we had a ton of growth with written house and , uh, Derek Shovan and you know, many of the other sort of , uh, summer of unrest, right. A lot of criminal activity going on. And now that is sort of, you know , tapering off a little bit. So our channel, you know , maybe had kind of its own lane a little bit talking those issues. And now we're sort of rolling back in with more of the mainstream stuff and tell another wave comes through. And so we'd probably see a lot more growth, let's say in 2022, in 2024, because that's when people get back engaged with politics, right. There's a lot of other things to talk about right now. And the political volume is just a little bit high. So I recognize that there , there are a lot of different things that could be going on there. I also recognize that this channel has, has the tone has changed a little bit , uh , a lot of bed , uh, over the last year. K . So I started this show in, I think it was September going live every day. There was a window that I just, I thought there's so much legal stuff to talk about. I'm just going to make a commitment to it and see how it goes. And it worked out fairly well. Right. We , we grew fairly quickly. Ruth Bader Ginsburg died. We started covering all of the election litigation and it was just, you know, it's sort of a lot of growth from there. So we're going to be coming up on our one year in September, I believe , uh , right around when Ruth, when Ruth passed away. And, you know, since that time, my, my sort of tone has, has certainly changed. Right. And it's gone, I would say from being more neutral and objective where I would sort of a steel man, two sides of an argument, which is a lot of fun. And I enjoy that where I would just say, well, you know, I'm just a neutral person and , uh , this thing happened. And so I'm going to make some very good arguments in favor of one side and do the same thing for the other side. And I think a lot of people really appreciated that. Right. And I I've gotten some feedback from for many of you out there , uh , who have been around the show for a long time. I'm going to give a shout out to Zulu Zeit over there on YouTube. We've been around for a long time. And I know , you know , a Zulu, at least my understanding is, you know, there , there are certain people who've been with the channel for a long time. I don't want to put words in his or her mouth, but they've been with the channel for a long time. And they've sort of been disappointed with the trajectory of the channel. You know, the channel is , uh, you know, going more towards a conservative ideology or Republican ideology, or I'm becoming more , um, you know, provocative or contrarian or, you know , overly anti-government or something like that. Right. The tone is changing. And I totally acknowledge that. And I've thought about that and I've given it a lot of thought and it sort of makes me, you know, makes me a little bit sad to some degree that things are changing, but at the same time, I'm having a constant conversation with myself about how do I stay authentic? How do I continue to have fun? How do I provide value to , to you, the audience? How do we, how do we learn things together and build something that lasts a little bit? And so I've sort of just become comfortable with the idea that there are going to be ebbs and flows in my personality. And rather than me trying to sort of, you know , uh , put these things into different buckets or fit a category, right? Like I could go be , I could go be the re the , the, the, the guy who beats up Republicans , uh , sorry, Democrats all day. Right. I could do that. No problem. Uh, pretty, pretty easy. I think you could have a nice business model. They are coming out here and just, you know , slamming every Democrat for everything. And that's often what I do here, but I also try to, you know, I try to remind myself that it's not just me being against the Democrats. Right. I , I really don't have any love for the Republicans either. I I'm sort of more of an anti-government person. And I say that, knowing that that word is very pejorative, right. And then somebody might take that and say, oh, you're an insurrectionist or something. But I really do mean I'm , I'm a , I'm a minimalist. I like minimal government. And right now the current government is the Democrats. And so I'm going to be beating up on the Democrats for another three and a half years. That's just how it's going to be. And when the Republicans, you know , do something stupid when they get power and I don't like it, I'm going to call them out too , because I really don't appreciate them either. But there , there are going to be ebbs and flows. The country is changing dramatically. You know, I did not think ever on this channel that I would be talking about a lot of the things that we're talking about, like mandatory vaccines and mandatory lockdowns. And, you know, the world is shifting. I didn't think that our government was going to be sort of leaning on these con these companies to sort of censoring people and going door to door and all that stuff. So when society changes, I'm going to change. When I get, when I start, you know , being deep platform from discord or thrown out of the partnership program, right on YouTube, I feel like I'm, I'm sort of being, you know , ex-communicated as well. And that's going to cause me to change. My personality is gonna go, wait , what , whoa, this is , this is not, this is not like it used to be, this is very different. And so I'm going to respond in a human way and I'm going to, you know, my , my positions are going to modify and I'm going to have ebbs and flows. And there may be times when I, you know, go hard and aggressive towards hunter Biden or Joe Biden, because it's fun. And it's a little bit, you know, slam Dunkin and spiking the football. And some of that's fun, but I always want to, you know , remember that what we want to do here is provide value and, you know, have some, some educational conversations about very important topics that I, that I love talking about. And I love hearing your , your feedback about, so there's, there's going to be changes. I think about it, like kind of in waves, it's going to come in a wave. There's going to be a wave that a lot of people, like what I say, and then the next wave, they're not going to like it. They're going to bail out. And rather than me trying to, you know , sort of squeeze myself into this box and be that person who is always consistent and neutral and steal , man's both sides of the arguments or somebody who always just comes in and, you know , does the talking points like you see on Fox news where it's just every day, right? All we're talking about is what a stupid thing the Bidens did, right. Oh my gosh, I'll go crazy. I can't do that.

Speaker 3:

But, but I, but I am also trying to connect with, with how I

Speaker 1:

I'm feeling at , at a given moment. And I know that that might not always be consistent and I know it might change. And I know people might just bail out of it. I've gotten emails from people, Rob, you break my freaking heart. Why did you change this way? And it makes me sad. It really does. It's like, Aw , man, I, I let that person down. You know, it weighs heavy on me,

Speaker 3:

But, but I also have to kind of keep the big picture in mind

Speaker 1:

And I have to stay authentic to myself. And so I I'm going to continue to do it if there's ebbs and flows in the subscribers, that's okay. If the format's a little bit off. So I've gotten advice from other YouTubers as well with big way, bigger channels that say that the format you're doing Rob is wrong, that you , you should stop doing this show. Like literally , uh , the live stream is, is a bad format. It's not good. You should stop it. And you should focus on the prerecorded videos, keep them short, 10 to 12, 15 minutes, and your channel will explode. You've got good production quality. You're fine . Behind the camera. Tech is good. So, you know, make that change. But I just haven't, I haven't really been there yet. You know, I kind of really liked this long form conversation that we have, and maybe I'll make some changes down the road and maybe I'll start to optimize things for maximum channel growth. But I just, it doesn't feel like that is my number one priority right now. I really do want to make sure that

Speaker 3:

We're having, you know, meaningful

Speaker 1:

Conversations and we're building something bigger, which is why I'm promoting locals. And I'd eventually like to sort of transition into a space where

Speaker 3:

This can be a bigger part,

Speaker 1:

My life, right, where I can actually do more thinking and creating and all of that. But I've , I've got a lot of responsibilities with the law firm. I've got a lot of people relying on me and I , I never want to give that side up of my life either. And so I'm sort of juggling all these different things around, and sometimes I'll stress myself out about it, but as time grows, as I, as I become more and more confident as we do more shows as I get more repetitions in here, as I make more mistakes and learn from them, then things are things I'm feeling them. Start to settle down a little bit. I'm getting a little bit more internal peace. Even when I come on the show, I have a little bit less anxiety before I press that go live button. You know? So it's, it's a, it's a journey that we're all on. I am absolutely open to any feedback. Any thoughts? Anything that anybody says, Rob, yeah, you , you , you nailed it. It's this do that differently. And things will be better for you. I'm open to all of that. But , um, I don't, I don't know what the answer is. Maybe YouTube is throttling us.

Speaker 3:

Maybe they're not, we are fairly

Speaker 1:

Young channel, you know, fairly young channel. Maybe, maybe somebody will have an answer for me, but that's, what's happening. It's a great question. Thank you for that Karim . And thanks for indulging me with that very long answer. All right, next up, we've got three girls says when I worked private security and armed security, I invested in my own body camera . Great . Yes, because it , it, it protects you, it protects you. A body cam was a lifesaver for me and my fellow security officers. It should be mandatory for all law enforcement officers. And I would go so far, excuse me, as to say any public safety officer to include corrections and private security should have body cameras, whether they are given by the department or personally purchased, it keeps most officers honest and the public safer. Yeah. And I , I, and I really do think it protects the officer,

Speaker 3:

Right? If, cause if there's

Speaker 1:

Any claim against that officer, you can just go as the body camera. Right. It , it, it, it makes it easy to

Speaker 3:

Sort of Parry away those claims.

Speaker 1:

Okay. Couple more. Before we wrap up, we've got speech unleashed says , uh , off topic. What are you running for in Arizona? You mentioned something about it at the begging beginning of the stream. Yeah. So this is , uh , it's nothing, anything that the public can vote on and I don't need any support on it. I've I am on the board , uh, it's called , uh, the judicial advisory appointments board for the city of Scottsdale. So it's basically, I'm in a role. I still have to get elected. I, I , uh, I'm going for my second term, but they want it .

Speaker 3:

And , uh, basically

Speaker 1:

The way that it works is I get to help

Speaker 3:

In the selection process of the judges in the city of Scottsdale, we make

Speaker 1:

Recommendations to the city council and the city council decides whether to reappoint the judges or not. So I'm a part of the committee that helps to vet the judges. And we've already done two judges during my last term. I gotta redo it again. Uh, you can serve two terms. And so , uh, the Scottsdale bar association here in Arizona has , uh , selected me to be the representative of the SBA. So I have to go fill out a form in order to resubmit my,

Speaker 3:

My running. And then hopefully the city council votes me on. We'll see, who knows.

Speaker 1:

Well , I think the last time was pretty successful. In fact, they made me the chairman of the board. So I got an email which was one of the best emails I've ever received in my

Speaker 3:

Whole life that said, good morning, chairman ruler .

Speaker 1:

I mean, I almost just quit everything at that point. Good morning, chairman

Speaker 3:

Ruler . Uh, it was basically, you know,

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Bucket list that was completed at that time. And I think at some point that might be my official title for everything. If I'm going to work with you, it's going to be chairman, attorney ruler . I just like it. I think it fits all right. Let's see what else we've got. Eat on tests as Rob you and your channel are very valuable. I appreciate the time and effort you put in to break down the news and not just comment and your opinion, keep it up and stay with your gut. Thank you. Eat on tests . I appreciate that, man. I really do. Let's see. See the veil says, what makes your show real is you are looking at reality and what is happening in life. You don't need to shift your show to match any viewers needs you being you is why we're here. I think speaking everyone in the chat, from what I'm reading regarding the election video, you were working on three long shows. Sounds like it would make it. It will make it very good. Yeah. So thank you for that. And , and you know, I can't see everything in the comments, but , uh, but thank you for that. You know, I really, this is, it's very important to me. It means a lot to me and I , um , I really get a lot of value out of it. So, you know, I am trying hard. All right . So see the veil . Thank you for that. Let's see. We've got miss lucky says, Rob, really enjoy your show. You're a part of our day. We have learned a lot. Keep up the great work. Thank you, miss lucky. Thank you for that. All right . And then lastly, Jeremy says, Rob, you're a brilliant guy. You don't need anyone to tell you what to do, stay true to yourself and your instincts and the right people will continue to find you. You already know why you do what you do. And I do. I , I know, I feel pretty solid about it and I just, I'm just going to keep going. I'm just going to keep this all I know how to do. I got it. I got to keep, you know, keep action moving forward. There's a good lesson that I learned. You know, many people think about the concept of ready, aim, fire. Right ? You ready? Aim fire. You know , that's, that's great. Sometimes you just got a ready fire aim. You just kinda get ready to just go, just go. And then you can make some adjustments on the aim later. You got more rounds. You've got plenty of life left in yet . So I take a shot and missed it. Totally. All right. Well that's okay. I'm gonna make some readjustments and then we're going to try it again and we're going to try it again. And , uh , you know, the gun analogy of course is a very illegal, so maybe think twice about that. All right . So my friends, that is it. Great questions from all of you and thank you for all of your support. I know the show is a little bit more, maybe a little bit more, you know , personal stuff, but , uh, but thank you for indulging me on it. I really appreciate it. I have a ton of fun with all of you and I'm grateful for everything that we do here. And so that my friends is it for me. I think let's Nope , it's not. I got some other things I got to do. I forgot. We've got some new people to welcome to the community and I didn't know this, but I was actually checking the new signup lists wrong. So I apologize if I have not gotten you yet. I think I'm still missing a few people, but let's welcome some new people who signed up big, big welcomes to Robert Las Vegas signed up for the year. And so we're gonna leave these up here for a little bit, because some of you signed up, I think like two weeks ago, we've got Robert Las Vegas is here. Mercurial. Augustus is in the house. We already said hello earlier to love boss CA who is a chemist. I believe who , uh, who joined up, but I never put them on the board. Apologies. We've got Dan Sunden is here. Welcome to you. Dreary. Your spider is here. Also signed up for the year with material and Robert. We've got Florida girls. Now here. We've got, I told you folks, we have a female Florida person here, Florida girl. We got slammed 56, 1 6. Welcome to you. Slim salty scotches in the house. Along with XOJET . We got mark in. Mark is here along with Casey, M 3 1 6 K . Cell is here along with the great Bambino. And so we'll continue to welcome you guys. Thank you so much for joining us [email protected] A lot of good stuff is happening over there, and it's getting a little bit more active now that we're sort of, you know , going into the chat and we've got the forum going on. I like it. I like where this is going. We've got a lot of other good things happening first and foremost. So the , the, the Mo the most pertinent one of course, Saturday, July 24th, 2021, seven to 8:00 PM is our monthly locals zoom meetup , where we're all gonna be chitchatting over zoom and getting to know each other, kind of putting names to faces and hearing where people are from and what they're doing and what their issues are. And it's a good time. We've , we've done two of them already pet about 35 to 40 people on each of them. And so, you know , we'll see how this works again. It's , it's an experiment and we'll , uh, we'll continue to do it until you tell me you hate it, but it's a lot of fun. I had a great time. And so come check that out. Seven to 8:00 PM, July 24th, 2021. And now that my friends is it for me. I want to thank you so much for being here and being a part of the show. We're going to be back here on Monday, same place, same time to get right back into it. And it's going to be good. It's going to be fun, and we want you to be here. So we'll see you at 4:00 PM, Arizona time, 5:00 PM, mountain 6:00 PM, central 7:00 PM on the east coast. Everybody have a tremendous weekend. And that one, Florida, man, you do the same as well. Unplugged from politics a little bit. Spend some time with some family, get some sunshine because we're going to get back into it on Monday. I'll see you then have a great weekend. My friends bye-bye .