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Biden’s Afghanistan Catastrophe, New Mandates: SCOTUS, San Fran & Philly, Hunter Biden Blackout

August 16, 2021 Robert Gruler Esq.
Watching the Watchers with Robert Gruler Esq.
Biden’s Afghanistan Catastrophe, New Mandates: SCOTUS, San Fran & Philly, Hunter Biden Blackout
Show Notes Transcript

The U.S. continues the withdrawal from Afghanistan while re-sending troops back into battle and we measure Biden’s predictions. Supreme Court Judge Amy Coney Barrett declines to invalidate a university vaccine mandate as more cities demand proof of vaccination in order to participate in society. Mainstream media completely blacks out news of Hunter Biden admitting he lost a laptop containing blackmail material to Russians, but we review the full transcript here.​

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

🔵 UN says Afghanistan on the Brink of Humanitarian Catastrophe as over 250,000 people have been forced from their homes since May.​
🔵 The US is now deploying 3,000 troops back into the country to help evacuate staff from the Kabul embassy.​
🔵 Revisiting a message from President Biden on the Afghanistan drawdown from July.​
🔵 Taliban now on the verge of marching on the Afghan Capital of Kabul.​
🔵 Recap of the Taliban’s rapid take over of the country, now controlling over 65% of Afghanistan.​
🔵 New virus mandates roll out across the country: Philadelphia issues new Mask Mandate ​
🔵 Supreme Court Judge Amy Coney Barrett allows Indiana University vaccine mandate to stay in place.​
🔵 San Francisco Mayor London Breed mandates proof of full vaccination for indoor activities.​
🔵 Only 28 percent of young black New Yorkers are vaccinated – is Mayor DeBlasio a racist?​
🔵 Why are PhDs not getting the vaccine at higher rates than others?​
🔵 Hunter Biden lost another laptop from hell, this time maybe to the Russians!​
🔵 United States corporate media completely refuses to cover the story (again).​
🔵 Full transcript of Hunter Biden with an anonymous hooker in a hotel room.​
🔵 Hunter Biden acknowledges the laptop may have been stolen to use as blackmail material.​
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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 crueler . 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've got 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 watcher so that together with your help, we can shine that big, beautiful spotlight of accountability and transparency down upon our system with the hope of finding justice. And we're grateful that you are here in with us today because we've got a lot to get into. We're going to start off by talking about what's going on in Afghanistan. This is a really tricky situation. We had a little bit of frustrations yesterday on the program when we're trying to decipher what to do about this whole debacle that has been going on our entire lives. And so we're going to continue to follow the withdrawal or the redraw, the pulling of troops back, the putting of troops back and around that around we go. But we're going to go through what is happening there today because apparently the Taliban is right on the verge of the capital of Afghanistan, right on the verge of seizing control of the Capitol . So we're going to go back and we're going to take a look at what Joe Biden was telling us what's going to happen back in July, because he actually gave us an update on the withdrawal, the draw down that was going to take place in Afghanistan. And so we're going to revisit his speech and see what sort of standards he was checking so that we can see how he's holding himself to those standards. So we're going to go through that and spend some time there. Then we're going to go around the country and do an update on some of the vaccine mandates the mask mandate . Some of the other mandates that are being bandied about by our mayors, our governors, our presidents, as we go around the country, we're going to stop and see Philadelphia. We're going to pop over into San Francisco. And then there may be some hints or some indication here that Joe Biden and the new administration at least had been kicking around the idea of vaccine passports for interstate travel. If you want to just pick up and go to a different state, might have to be showing your papers. We'll see. It's not anything that's official, but they are talking about what they can do to clamp down on the non-vaccine people. What can they do to really incentivize people to go out there and get the job ? So we're going to talk about that and bounce around the country and see what is happening. Then we're going to finish up the program, talking about hunter Biden gross, but we got to do it because he's the president son . And allegedly there is a well, there's not allegedly, there is a new video, but on the video, apparently hunter Biden is communicating to a prostitute telling her that one of his laptops that had a lot of filthy material on there may have been stolen and actually may have been stolen by the Russian . So we're going to go through that horrendous story and you can make sure that you've got your vomit bucket ready. I've got mine right here. So make sure you've got that ready for your , uh, for the hunter Biden segment. Cause we're going to see some stuff there. It's all going to be PG rated. This is YouTube. So it can't be too bad, but we've got a lot to get into today. If you want to be a part of the show, you certainly can do that. By going over to watching the watchers.locals.com and there you can see a forum where we can ask , uh , ask some questions and we'll get to those on the show. This is what the form looks like. So if you are a supporter over there, you can click the link and fill that out. We'll make sure or do our best to get to all of the questions there. If you're over on YouTube, you can also send in a super chat . Those will pop up on the screen. Here's what one yesterday looked like. And so if you want to send those in, you get a little bit of screen time there as well. And we'll answer those questions for you also. So , uh , once again, watching the watchers.locals.com big shout outs over there, we've got wide awake, Bama lick it . We have girt decors in the house. Chairman of board is here. I usually can't make it, but he's here. Good to see him. We've got justice obsessed, wide awake. Sharon Quinn . He's in the house, cat crap fevers in here, along with Bama Likud and many others over on YouTube shout outs to fill up Jones stays on the case. We've got Todd hub, we've got Justin F we got kamikaze Ozzie , along with Danielle Laurie . And so big shout outs to everybody. Thank you for all of your support and for being a part of the show. That's what this live stream is all about. All right , so let's get into the news of the day. Shall we, without any further ado, Afghanistan, it is still unfolding right in front of our very eyes, Joe Biden and the Biden administration announced some time ago that they were accelerating the withdrawal from the country. And this was sort of something that was already put in motion by the Donald Trump administration. And so yesterday on the program, you may have seen me in some of you and some of the audience and some of the questions coming in, sort of grappling with this idea because people from my generation, we've been in Afghanistan more than half of our lives. I'm 35 years old and , uh , going on 36. And so for about 20 years of my life, we've been there in Afghanistan. I was a boy when nine 11 happened and all of the following war on terror stuff. And so people in my position had been scratching our heads saying, huh, well, I thought that we were supposed to just get in there and kind of eliminate the terrorists, go get Osama bin law and get the people who attacked us and then get back out of there. Fast forward, 20 years, many of us are scratching our heads saying, what are we still doing there? Conversely, we also have this tension, this pull the other direction because we're looking at the imagery. We're looking at people who have also been born into an environment where the United States was providing security, right? There may be other people there who were 15, 16 years old, who were into a state where the United States was helping to secure their country. And now they're not. And now there are a lot of things happening that are humanitarian crises. And in fact, the UN is actually calling this a humanitarian catastrophe. And so there are also some concerns about this. Do we exit appropriately? Can we exit better so that we are not letting these situations happen? Or is this just something where it's going to happen anyways? Right. It doesn't matter if we got out now 10 years from now, it's just something that is not winnable. And so the only thing that the U S can do, the only thing that's in the United States interest is to pull out regardless of what's happening. But the UN is telling us very, very severe consequences, got to make sure we pay attention to this, that they're calling it a humanitarian catastrophe. So it's a big, big word there . More than 250,000 people, a quarter billion people been forced from their homes since may, that's 80% of them being women and children, right? Same sort of analogy we talked about yesterday. You know what what's happening now, if , if you're just a mom and you're in your family and the Taliban is roaming through here, we've already heard stories that the Taliban is, you know , basically pulling women out for sex, slavery, and for wives. And they are killing any, you know, males who are not on board with their , their ideology. So very, very tragic what's happening. Many reported extortion are , are , are by our armed groups. They're on the way they're having to Dodge, improvised, explosive devices along major roads. So thousands of people are rushing from rural areas to the capital, Kabul and other urban centers. They're sleeping in open parks and in public spaces. And so it's not even possible for them to find shelter says the UN. So we've seen this, we're going to get to some clips of Joe Biden, what he was talking about in July about this draw down and about how it was supposed to go. And we can sort of, you know, measure what we're seeing now against his predictions and see how he's doing. We do know that the U S is withdrawing. He gave them an August 31st deadline to get out of the country. And now they're going back in. So CNB BC is telling us that 3000 troops are now going back in to help get out. So 3000 are going back into evacuate Kabul . And it says that this is going to consist of three infantry battalions from the Marines, from the army. They're going to go back over to the international airport within 24 to 48 hours. That was as of August 12th, that was from a Pentagon spokesman that we heard from yesterday. And I wanted to show you this clip of another gentleman who was on CNBC this morning, over here with a shepherd Smith. And he's a veteran. He was somebody who served over there in Afghanistan. And he was sort of, I think, articulating some of the exasperations that I was feeling that you may have been feeling yesterday about thinking, you know, we , we, we sort of knew this was coming for a long time. Donald Trump put this in motion, Joe Biden put this in motion. We knew that these dates were coming. We've been there for 20 stinking years or whatever the final tally is, but for a long time. And so how could something be so botched to like this? How could it be something beat so bad? We're going to look at more imagery of what's happening, but how, how do we go from a situation where there's moderate stability to now a humanitarian catastrophe per the UN with 250,000, a quarter million people now displaced like this within a matter of months. And it's because, well, let's see what happens, but my question is why is this something that was not able to be done a little bit better? Because it feels extremely frustrating. This is what we were talking about yesterday. And this guy captured it pretty well. Here he is.

Speaker 2:

Thanks for having me. Um, I served in Cosmin . I lived there for a year. Um, I, this is such a shameful day for our country because we could have saved our Afghan wartime allies before all of this transpired, you know, the Biden ministration seems to have been so concerned with the optics of a chaotic evacuation that in choosing to do nothing up until now, they have ensured the very thing that they were most afraid of a chaotic evacuation. I can't think of anything more disastrous we've told now the entire country, if you want to attempt to get out of Afghanistan, you have to get to the one airport in Kabul . What is going to happen when the Afghan population stampedes that airport? Because it's the only way to get to freedom. I , I am. I am honestly, I'm just a guest that we've done. This, this has been something that we've been warning about for months, and it seems that thus far, the administration took none of this seriously. And now it's too late.

Speaker 1:

Yeah. So a very interesting conversation happening here. And you hear how he talks about sort of, we've known about this for months, right? And that was the other point I was just making before I played that up in the , how , how , how could this be so bad? How could it be so obvious that we're pulling out and the Taliban is seizing. I got a headline, a slide here, 65% of the country, just like that. They're in total control of it. How did that happen? Or maybe that was exactly how it was intended to happen. So , uh , this gentlemen is obviously, you know , a gas, he sort of fluff flabbergasted a little bit flustered. They're trying to speak saying, how could this possibly happen? But Joe Biden kind of told us a little bit about this kind of told us that it was going to be kind of quiet and then a very, very fast withdrawal, almost like it was strategic. Like this is part of the military plan to not have a very slow stable withdrawal, but just to pick up and go, just to get out of there, we're going to hear from him in this clip, this was a little speech that he read from on a , this was on July 9th, 2021. President Biden delivers remarks on drawdown efforts in Afghanistan. So you see here a drawdown remarks on our continued drawdown , ongoing security, humanitarian assistance to the Afghan national defense and so on and so forth. So we have this clip. Now this was on July 8th. And so I want to show you, I've got three different clips from him, and this is the first one. I want you to pay close attention to this little phrase that he says, speed is safety, right? Speed is safety. So in order to protect American troops, in order to protect our assets, the idea being that you go quickly, right? You just pull up and get out of there so that there is no time for response or for anybody to interfere with your withdrawal. Here's what he was saying describing.

Speaker 3:

And I announced our draw down in April. I said, we would be out by September and we're on track to meet that target. Excuse me. Our military mission Afghanistan will conclude on August 31st. The drawdown is proceeding in a secure and orderly way. Prioritizing the safety of our troops. As they depart our military commanders advised me that once I made the decision, then the war we needed to move swiftly to conduct the main elements of the drawdown . And in this context, speed is safety and a thanks to the way in which we have managed our withdrawal. No one, no one us forces or any forces have , uh , have been lost. Conducting our drawdown differently would have certainly come with a increased risk of safety to our personnel.

Speaker 1:

Okay. Uh , oh, so now you can see right. The military personnel, the people that he was briefed on, what by Jen Saki said, Nope , this was a very clear headed decision. Very clear-eyed was the language that she used saying that, Nope, we met with everybody. We knew exactly how this was going to go. And you heard here from Joe speed is safety. We're going to go out of there quickly. We're going to pick up and roll on out of there. Now you might say that this was intentional or something like that because he just justified it that way. But part of his plan that he just described, wasn't sending back 3000 more troops to go in for the orderly draw down , right. It was orderly until it wasn't anymore. And now a bunch of troops have to go back 3000 of them to be specific in order to secure the evacuation. So kind of a missing the mark there a little bit, right? This is not an orderly drawdown anymore. This was a sort of a chaotic catastrophe. It's a humanitarian crisis. As the UN said, 3000 troops are going back. So in July it did sound orderly, but it's not anymore . Now it's, it's, it's certainly problematic. And the speed is safety design element, or even the feature you might say that the military brass was apparently advising Joe Biden about isn't working so well. Is it? So we have another clip here from Joe Biden. Uh, this is where he's saying, and you know, this clip, it's actually hard to disagree with him on this, right? Especially if you're somebody who is anti-war , you've got some questions about what we're doing over there in the middle east. What we have been doing over there for most of my lifetime. And , uh, here's my just comes out and basically says something that's hard to disagree with. Here. He is.

Speaker 3:

As I said, in April, the United States did what we went to do in Afghanistan to get the terrorist , to attack this a nine 11 and deliver justice to a Sama bin Ladin and a degrade, the terrorist threat to keep Afghanistan from becoming a base in which attacks could be continued against the United States. We achieved those objectives. That's we went, we did not go to Afghanistan to nation build . And it's the right and the responsibility of Afghan people alone to decide their future and how they want to run their country.

Speaker 1:

Right. And so we've been seeing that language a lot, even from any people who were conservatives, people who, you know, who have been with sort of self identified as Republicans for a long time, are all asking themselves this, at least from the stuff that I'm seeing. Yeah. You know, enough already, right? We've been there for 20 years. It's time to move on, let the Afghanistan people, if they want to build a democracy, they're free to do that. If they want to let the Taliban take over the country, they're free to do that. But the United States has been there for 20 years. And Joe, Biden's going to tell us in this next statement that they are suited up, they're rocked and ready to go. They've got everything they need so that the United States can withdrawal. And the question is sort of now is this being done competently and appropriately. And so again, you run into another set of debates. You've got people who say, look , who cares, right? It's time to pick up and get out of there . Humanitarian concerns be damned, not our problem anymore. Been over there for too long. They have everything that they need. We've spent trillions of dollars, lost thousands of American lives, not our problem anymore. Bye . Pack up and go. On the other side, you say, well, America kind of broke this thing, right? My generation people in my age group, didn't vote to go in and go to this war. I was a boy in high school, but our, our prior generation did. And so, because they did that, now we have to go and fix it. And so as a, as a responsible country that has some morality attached to it. If you're going to go into something and break it, well, maybe you got a responsibility to fix it. Not just say, sorry, didn't mean to do that, but you're on your own now because now a quarter million people are floating out there apparently about to be ransacked by the Taliban. And so now you flop that again and you say, yeah, Rob butts , we're going to be there forever then. And so now you get this back and forth, the ping pong game and around and around, we go. So Joe Biden back in July was telling us that here, hang on, let me all right . Joe Biden was telling us back in July that the handoff was going to be pretty sufficient. That the T the , uh , Afghanistan army, they had 300,000 troops. They had modern weaponry. They had all the tools. Joe says, all of them that they need in order to secure their nation. But it's up to the leaders. Here's Joe Biden from a couple months ago

Speaker 3:

Together with our NATO allies and partners, we have trained and equipped over three, nearly 300,000 current serving members of the military. The Afghan now security force, and many beyond that are no longer serving. Add to that. Hundreds of thousands, more Afghan national defense and security forces trained over the last two decades. We provided our Afghan partners with all the tools. Let me say , emphasize all the tools, training equipment of any modern military. We provided advanced weaponry, and we're going to continue to provide funding and equipment. And we'll ensure they have the capacity to maintain their air force. But most critically as I stressed my meeting just two weeks ago with president Ganny and chairman Abdula , Afghan leaders have to come together and drive toward a future that the Afghan people want and they deserve.

Speaker 1:

So you heard him there, right? And the point of that was two points, right? In the first hand , you said, okay, right . A lot of , a lot of money, a lot of troops, lot of military spending a lot of equipment gear. They've got all the training been there for 20 years. They should have, you know, full should have people who were born into this new situation who were ready to stand up and, and fend for their country. Joe Biden specifically talked about the air force and the international community helping to ensure that they can be self-sufficient 300,000 troops and so on. So , uh , very interesting though, today on Twitter, this person posted that apparently the Taliban just went over to the Afghanistan air force and just kind of took everything, oh, that's ours now. And we're seeing a lot of this , uh , here at home, the CDC is saying, oh, those are our houses. Now the Taliban is doing that as well. They're going around to all the different airfields and to the different military bases that were under control of Afghans , uh , the Afghanistan democracy. And they're just taking it. And the people who were on the side of the Afghanistan democracy, the new country are just flopping sides , just jumping right back over to join the Taliban here on Twitter. We can see for the first time, now this is breaking right? Who knows who this came from, but this is a nice video. And this is being posted all over the place. Lots of videos like this, it says for the first time the Taliban fighters have deployed aviation in this footage, the crew from one of the, my 17 helicopters from the Afghan air force, which went over to the side of the Taliban is now transferring militants in Afghanistan. So you can see this apparently, oh , my face was covering that. You can see that there , the, apparently the Taliban is now. They just went over to the Afghan air force base and just said, oh , oh, can you fly that great, you're on our team. Now, you're now a Taliban pilot. Get that airplane go and get that helicopter up in the sky. We got to go pick up our homies down there in the other part of the country. And so this is what it looks like when that's happening.

Speaker 3:

[inaudible]

Speaker 1:

So there's a lot of images like that, many other images of this going to entire parking lots full of Humvees and other in Afghany vehicles. And so they're just sort of taking all of the opposition's military gear and that's just ours. Now. That's weird. That's ours. Thank you. And so they are marching marching forward. There are on the verge of seizing, the capital of Afghanistan. They are now very close. They just seize Kandahar and they prepared a March on the Afghan Capitol . This was posted at 11:30 AM. Eastern time. This morning says the Taliban completed the seizure of Kandahar, the second largest city in Afghanistan and the Islamic movements birthplace took the custody into a war Lord who organized failed defenses. We saw a lot of this yesterday combined with two other advances, including the capture of capital of Helmand. The fall of two major cities have given the Taliban full control of the Southern and Western Afghanistan, allowing the insurgent movement to pool its forces for a final March on Qubole . So they're just sort of encircling and snaring the Capitol , and then they'll make their March on it. The U S has already launched the drawdown of its large embassy in Kabul, sending troops to evacuate most of the staff as it cuts the diplomatic presence to an essential core. Western embassies are readying similar plans, fearing the Taliban could lay siege to Afghan capital within days. So they're just in , in snaring. It just seizing off these little smaller provinces, taking all of their military assets and preparing for a movement on the capital of Kabul. Now, we'll see, we know that gen Saki yesterday, I think on the show had said that they want to communicate with the Taliban to see if they can get their act together and be recognized on the world stage saying something like, well, if they want to be respected in the international community, they're going to have to think about their actions. Okay. So we'll see where that goes. Here are a couple of images of what it looks like around those parts, okay. Women and children of course are always going to be, you know , the most , uh , hurt here. We've got buses, busloads of people. This photo was taken by Victor blue from the wall street journal said Afghans, boarded buses on Friday to escape areas of fighting from the north of Afghanistan over here. Another one from Victor says Afghans brought loads of belongings onto buses, Friday to flee areas of fighting in the north of the country. Right? And so people just packing up all of their stuff in sheets and , and, and bags and just, you know , loading them up on buses. The capture of Khandahar is by far the most significant victory for the Taliban said an analyst from the international crisis group said that in the minds of the insurgence , it symbolizes the return of the Islamic Emirate. That was proclaimed by Mullah Omar. We have a female university student just barely escaped Khandahar on Friday, said the city was taken with no resistance, no resistance. Just, they just took it. There was celebrate Tory fire. People are also scared. Okay. So the city, the second biggest city just fell. We've left behind all the books. My father and dad father have given me every memory we've had to burn all of our pictures to many other. However, it was a day of joy. Hundreds of locals took to their motorbikes to the streets. Now that the Afghan government's ban on them imposed to the turn of the Taliban, no longer applied shops and markets were opened. Now, the situation is totally normal set of Khandahar shopkeeper on each square. There are 10 to 15 Taliban standing with guns, flags and walkie talkies , but everyone can go to any part of the city without constraints . So it sounds like, it sounds like some people are celebrating this. Like they're very happy, but the Taliban rolled in here. Oh, now we have a little bit more freedom because these terrorists are here. So , uh , that's certainly concerning, especially from an American interest, right? If you're asking yourself as an American, what are we doing there? What is the good of continuing to be there to protect people from something that they don't want? Taliban comes rolling into Kandahar, celebratory shots, celebratory fire, you cries of joy situations . Normal. We can get back to the way we want to live. Okay. If you want to live that way, if you want them standing on the street corner with guns, seizing your women and doing all of that stuff. Well, that's , that's your prerogative. The us has no business being there. If that's what you want. If you're going to shout for joy, pull on out of there. Good luck to you is sort of the response. We also have this smoke rises now after fighting between the Taliban and the Afghan security personnel in Kandahar . So you can see that, right. It looks like the total madness. The Taliban launched their offensive. Soon after president Biden said in April, that all us forces would leave by September 11th in some weird anniversary that they then accelerated to now August 31st, because they didn't want to have that anniversary on the day of our national morning. Goodness, when boneheaded the thing to do. But they did it implementing the agreements that the Trump administration struck with the Taliban in February, 2022, though , some American troops remained in the country and the U S air force does it strikes the Taliban has been able to overwhelm Afghan security forces with the speed that stunned Afghan and Western officials, a life triumph , the Taliban fighters, conquered city after city amassing, vast arsenals of Western supplied weapons have unnerved. Many of America's allies, UK, secretary of defense, Ben Wallace said, this is a effectively told the Taliban that wasn't winning, that they were winning after there was an agreement we all will in the international community. Probably pay the consequences of that. Yeah. Yeah, there will be consequences, certainly. And so we're seeing the March just continue on everybody's shocked and surprised. Wow. I didn't have any idea that this was going to happen. It feels like, like deja VU again. Now I was curious about how this happened so quickly. And so I found this timeline very interesting. I want to walk you through this. We'll go through this quickly, but it goes from April to the current day and it gives us a case by a minute by minute by day-by-day breakdown about how quickly Afghanistan was lost. And it's kind of amazing. So we have a story here from Reuters, says the Taliban's rapid advance across Afghanistan. They now control 65% of the territory. They're making rapid advances against local forces who are fending for themselves. Foreign troops are now baling . Following are some of the milestones. Let's take a look. Now talks between the Taliban and the Afghan government could lead to a peace deal backed by the U S but it's failed to make significant progress. So back on April 14th, Joe Biden makes the announcement on April 14, starting on may one ending on September 11th, stupid May 4th. Then , uh , just a couple of weeks later, Taliban fighters launch a major offenses on Afghan force. They , they attack six other provinces fast forward. A couple of days, May 11th. They capture a Northern district outside of Kabul , June 7th, more than 150 Afghan soldiers are killed in 24 hours, June 22nd, Taliban launches a series of attacks. They've taken more now than 50 of 370 districts, July 2nd, American troops pull out of their main military base, July 5th Taliban say they could present a written piece proposal to the Afghan government. Then July 21st, they control about half the countries districts July 26. Now just a couple of days later us says we're going to continue to support Afghan troops in the coming weeks. July 26. Now UN says 2,400 Afghan civilians are killed and wounded major escalating violence. August six, we're

Speaker 4:

Getting close. Now, south in

Speaker 1:

The south in the south country becomes the first cap provincial capital to fall to the Taliban. In many years, Taliban never fully controlled the north of the country when they were in power, but they're going to get it this time. They say August 13th, today for more provincial capitals fall in one day, including Kandahar the country, second city and spiritual home of the Taliban.

Speaker 4:

There you go.

Speaker 1:

That's it. And so in a matter of

Speaker 4:

Months, gone, gone with the wind and maybe that's exactly what needs to happen. Now

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Question the concern of course in this is, well, what about us interest ? If we're withdrawing for us interest because we're tired of fighting an endless war,

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Gotta be pretty sure that withdrawal is acceptable for our

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Civilians over there for people in our embassy for all of our troops, everybody, right? Everybody that that is in America's interest should be protected

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Of course, and , uh, kinda dropped

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The ball on that one. It sounds like the U S is now asking the Taliban to spare its embassy. Now that they're coming in, they're in the fight for Qubole . So this was published an updated today. The demand seeks to stave off an evacuation of the embassy dangling aid to future Afghan government. So now they're trying to buy them off. Afghan negotiators are trying to extract assurances from the Taliban

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And that you want to tack that if you

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Ever want to receive foreign aid don't attack our embassy in Kabul, the effort is being led by Zoomaal cause a lead who's a chief American Envoy with the Taliban on Thursday state department announced it was sending home 1400 Americans that were stationed there and leaving a core diplomatic presence behind Mr. Collins ad is hoping to convince Taliban leaders at the embassy must remain open. If you hope to get American financial aid and other assistance in the future, Taliban said they want to be seen as

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Legitimate. They're seeking other

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Relationships with Russia and China. Of course, two officials confirmed these efforts. Third officials said that the Taliban would forfeit any legitimacy and any foreign aid. If they attack Kaboul or they took over any Afghans Afghanistans government by force. Do you think that they care about any of, do you think that the Taliban is going to say, okay, well, because here's, what's going to happen. If the Taliban takes it over anyways, they're going to offer them diplomatic provisions. Anyways, they're going to say, if you don't take our embassy, if you don't take over control of Afghanistan, then we'll negotiate with you and legitimize you. But if you do seize it, then we're not going to negotiate with you and legitimize you well. Yeah. Right? Because what else are you going to do? Go back in there and go back to war again. The only other option you have, that that point is diplomacy then, because you have said that we're not using physical combat anymore, or at least not having a physical presence there. So you kind of tie yourself in your hands there a little bit, but at the same time, it's been 20 something years. If the Afghanistan people don't want to fight for their own country, why the hell do we want to do it for them? All right . Let's take a [email protected] And I think we had a super chat come in . Let's get to that real quick. I saw rye . You Charito says I'm a Marine. We shouldn't force them to do something they didn't want to do when they just give up and run away without a fight, then we shouldn't spend more time and money there. Yeah, I think that's a good point. Right? Look, look, you can, you can teach a man to fish, but if he doesn't want to fish, then what's the point of teaching the man to fish, right? He's on his own. He can figure out his food on his own. We tried been there for a long time. Do United States can not be a repository for all of the world's pain and suffering. It can be connected to American interests, but if there are no longer American interests, what are we doing it for? Great point. Thank you for that. Right ? You appreciate your service. Thanks for chiming in here on the show today, let's take a [email protected] we've got dreary or spider here says honest question. Do we know the details about how Trump planned to exit Afghanistan? Had he gotten a second term curious how he would have handled it differently? You know, I don't know, but you know, Trump's response to a lot of the international stuff has always been extremely heavy handed, right? I mean, he took out that, what was that guy's name? You know, th th th the , the Iranian general was just sitting at an airport. Hey, what's going on? What's going on? I can't wait to , uh , kill some infidels. And then suddenly that was the end of that debt . He had a bad day that day. Right. And everybody was freaking out about that. Donald Trump's going to start world war three, and that never happened. And we also saw a lot of the ISIS problems and all of those, you know, all of those beheadings and burnings and all of those things that we were seeing every day during the Obama administration, all kind of went away suddenly. Right. And , uh, things sort of felt like they were settling down over there. So, you know, I don't know if Trump would have done a strategy, like a quick exit, like just pick up and go pack your bags, honey. We got to get out of here and jump . You'll throw everything in the trunk and speed away. Not sure if he would have done that, but what have done something a little bit more, you know , heavy handed on the way out, just kind of , you know, make sure that there's a strong exit, a flamboyant exit, I think might be a little bit more appropriate , uh , for, for Trump there, we have a good chance here says I am able to handle the fact that we are slaves to a money system that had , oh, wait, let me read that in the next one. Gretchen, that's in the next segment. So let me read that in the next one. Let me open up another queue here so that I can save that question and jump into the next one. So here is coming up next. All right . Sorry about that. We have here wants to know, says, watch a Pentagon briefing. Sakhi has a brother, worst briefing ever. Where are we going to circle back now with 300,003,000 troops for extra safety, if needed this morning was 30 days to get cabal . Now it could be shortly. All that said was day Hom , Hom . I missed Rumsfeld's briefings. That's from want to know. Good to see. You want to know. Thanks for the comment we have. Sharon Whitney here says the UN is calling the Afghanistan situation, a humanitarian catastrophe. I wonder what they have to say about our Southern border catastrophe. Maybe nothing, because they don't want to shut a bad light on the greatly and highly esteemed and most Augusta current dictator. That's from Sharon. Courtney . Yeah. Yeah. You know, there's a lot of catastrophes going on here with the Biden administration. Aren't there all over the place. Aircraft mech says you have watches, but we have the time. The idea here is that at some point the foreign soldiers are going to leave and go home. And that the locals aren't going anywhere, the strategy is to wait out the foreigners and overtime . It works. Yeah. And there was a lot of that here in the United States, right. During our revolution. So it it's, yeah. You have a strong home field advantage. It's very hard to beat that unless you want to be there forever. Which is what a lot of people in this country wanted, including a lot of our elected officials, John McCain make it 50 years, make it a hundred years. Who cares? Right. It's ours now. So we'll see. Uh, we'll see what happens, but apparently Biden's gonna stick to getting us out of there. We have Nadar here. Need Darby says, did I hear Joe say speed is safety. He seems to have instilled that motto into hunter quite well. Get it. Speed. Meth hunter. LOL. Yeah, I got it. I got it. That's clever. And a dark . Thank you for that knee . Dark . Good to see you. We have here, we have, Sergeant Bob says president Trump had capable military command by and replaced them with a bunch of snowflakes chosen more for minority status and military knowledge. There is, this is no surprise to watching the Watchers. Yeah. Because our new secretary of defense now is sort of wrapping himself in bubble wrap and then using face masks all over the place. Right. It's like a weird, a paranoid person that is supposed to be sort of strong and not afraid of anything. And that now you sort of, oh gosh, I've got to make sure I don't catch this virus even though I'm vaccinated and all this stuff. So a little bit strange. We also have the woke Marines, right? Remember that the woke Marine, the Marine that came out and goes drama TV and goes out there and he's going to get really upset about some of the drama. Then he makes a video directly inserting himself into the drama. Remember that? And then we had the , the other Marines, you know, they're engaging with people on Twitter. Yeah. I mean the whole, the whole structure has changed. The whole military has changed dramatically, dramatically. Maybe that's why, because they're all concerned about Fu feelings and not really anything about crushing your enemy and tanning off things in a, in a very, you know, strong way we have Angie in here says I came across a piece about the cloth Javiel, a political dissident under Soviet union who suggested a tactic to fight a totalitarian regime called parallel structures or any form of organization, business institution, et cetera. What exists physically within a totalitarian society morally outside of it made me think of you, Robin , how are you? We're building this community of like-minded people who don't give into the propaganda spread by the government. And for that, I really appreciate you. And the amount of work and effort you put in , oh my gosh, Angie, that is such a nice comment. Thank you for that. You know, I, I appreciate you right . As much, you know, this isn't, this isn't a community. If there's only one of us here. And so every single one of you that leaves a comments and joins us and participates and ask questions and junk chimes in, on the chat, or just listens to this stuff and, and, and appreciates it, digest it, and maybe shares the show, you know, that you're all helping to spread the message of freedom. The stuff that we talk about, it's, it's be , it's bigger than this. And I agree with this. I mean, this is brilliant. I'm gonna save this and take a look at this book club. Harville because we talk a lot about here about parallel systems, right? We were existing in a YouTube environment where certain things are allowed and other things are not. And so if we're building a parallel system over on rumble or over on locals or whatever, the next platform ends up being, that's just one little protest. That's one little area of friction where we're going to step outside of the system of control and start building something new. And that's just with media, right? That's just what technology, but we talk a lot about it here with, you know , local first remembering that the federal government is not your life. They try to make you think, make you think that it is, but it's not what, what is mostly going to impact you as local? We can think local, we can impact our local communities. We really don't need them all that much. And we can create our alternative parallel systems and cryptocurrencies and different governance structures and different business structures. All of this stuff is really in its infancy and it is only going to work. If we continue to have a community of people who are behind it, right. Engage with it and building it. And we're all in it together. Angie, and that's an, that's an awesome comment. Thank you for that. Those comments really, really, really sort of hit me in , in a, in a, in a supportive way. And I appreciate that we have over here, Sergeant Bob says, we thought Jimmy Carter was a failure who would have thought this? Yeah, good question. I think everybody kind of, kind of predicted it would be bad, but this bed kind of questionable pili . Wally says, Hey Rob, why doesn't the Western world come together and fund the installation of massive screens throughout Afghanistan, then play Joe Biden speeches on a constant loop. The Taliban will be fast asleep and no time, therefore, no longer a threat. Well, you know, that sounds like very, very cruel and unusual punishment. That might be something that's in violation of the Geneva convention to do that, to those poor people, but it might be worth it. The Taliban are pretty vulgar themselves. Uh , we have another one here from a Bush. Let's see here. My generation did not vote to go to Afghanistan. And Bush was an idiot. It was the governments , some troops and 30 days. Bushmaster who's saying first, well, look, I don't know who voted for it all I know I didn't vote for it. I couldn't vote for it. I was like 13 or 16 or whatever you are, but a screw Joe Biden's here says Joe Biden does not care about us troops if he did, if he kept Donald Trump to deal with the withdrawal by may, instead of delay it till September because of his petty ego also did, you know, the Pentagon spent 88 billion to build the Afghan army in 28 years later, a collapse within three months. What a joke also the equipment and the numbers don't matter if the troops are not motivated and low morale. Remember when ISIS captured most Sewell in 2014 were 600 ISIS members defeated 30,000 Iraqi army equipped with modern weapons who retreated. Now the equipment given to the Afghan army will be on the Taliban side. Yeah. Right? You can't, you can teach a man to fish, but if he won't do it, what can you do? And what's the point of teaching them . There are other people where you can focus your efforts. Sharon Quinn , he says, oh, police are allies in the UN are as useless as the submarines. They just want us to pick up on the tab of everything. They revile us for doing anything that reviles for doing nothing or pulling out. It's just a matter of time until the Taliban attack us or one of our allies again. Right. And then the system of the perpetual war just kicks right back in the gear we leave, oh, we can't leave. We go back. Oh, we can't be there. Oh, we leave. Oh, it's going to cause a huge , oh, we go back and around and around. And we go, it's a government caused disaster. Right? The government causes problems. And then they come up with solutions. It caused more problems than unintended consequence. The whole thing is a government problem. Like most, most problems that are in our lives. Most of them come from the government we have here VNT because prime says, I'm sure this all has nothing to do with how a few months ago, the us leaving bases without notifying the Afghan army beforehand, like they were supposed to, or Afghan militaries, or at least people dressed up as Afghan military handing supplies over to the Taliban. Or at least people dressed up like the Taliban shortly thereafter, who knows what's going on, you know? And the more and more sort of disdainful of , uh, of any of our governmental institutions that , uh, I happened to get. And I think many of you do the less and less, you just trust what they're telling you. Right? The gov , the government has lost a lot of legitimacy over the last 18 months. And so now when they come out and say something about what's happening, we all go. Yeah. Right. Okay. Whatever you say there , uh, Sharon Quintin , he says, you ask me, we're going to have to start learning Arabic or Chinese or both before long. I've heard that Rosetta stone is a pretty good method. I don't think we're going to survive three more years of this insanity. Yeah. Okay . We've got three more years of this presidency. You know, probably Chinese. If I had to guess that sounds like it would be, we have Jeedara is here. It says, we have to remember that. A lot of people, this could easily be propaganda. There are a lot of very wealthy, highly connected people who are missing out on lots of cash by this move. So you gotta be careful believing these things, especially knowing how easy it is to create these and manipulate people. Yeah , you're right. You're darn , I think you're right about that. I'm always, I always sort of look at that. You just see these articles that are like these really, really sad horrific images. And you go, are those, where are those from? Right. Well , when are those being taken? I get your point. Uh , that Kareem , that was on the next segment. So let me see if I can get back to that. Screw. The UN says, people may need to make people say, might make right is wrong, but need to remember that it requires force to enforce the law, which is highlighted in Afghanistan. Now the impending humanitarian collapse is inevitable because the Taliban is a vicious organization and the UN is useless. Yes. That's pretty accurate drew. Your spider says if nation building needs to adhere to you, break it, you buy it. And the people who should be sent over there to fix this are w Biden and Obama. Megan McCain can go and place ever . Deadbeat father I'm sure she'll broadcast enemy propaganda throughout the prisoner of war camp to , Ooh, that was a spicy one against John McCain there. Oops . That was spicy. The Taliban says if the Afghan government was a locking people down because of COVID and the Taliban marched in and gave them freedom. Well, that's ironic. It is ironic. Isn't it? Kenny, one B says what a quagmire bite it and Biden got us into. Yeah, I think that's fair. We got, Kenny says Vietnam all over again. We have over here. Patto says, I think Ben Shapiro said today that no us soldiers died in combat in Afghan for like a year. Something like that. So if this is just about the money, then what about all the gobs of money we spend in other areas like South Korea, Germany, et cetera. I think this is all about Joe Biden's legacy. Interesting. Yeah. He's spending hand over fist. He's ending wars. Maybe he's trying to, you know, have some, some victories. He's not getting many of them domestically. As we know, three girls, he says, oh, so much for not negotiating with terrorists. Why would we ever give them aid seems totally pointless. And a waste of money on Tucker last night. I guess that instead of filling potholes in our infrastructure over the last 20 years, we were making potholes in third world countries. We spent a trillion dollars over 20 years, and now I've created the Taliban air force. It seems so pointless to nation building countries that don't want that way of life. We should have stuck to the goals of killing the bad guys and leaving. Yeah . Yeah. Three girlies . I think you're right about that. Right? You, you either do your job or, well, we'll see. All right, Jen sockies here says that gen Saki is a joke. The Taliban respectable, respectable work on the international community. Yeah. So this is saying that Syria, they managed to stamp ISIS and other terrorist groups because the Russian supported them. They have a decent army and the support of the people that's from Jen Saki is a joke we have here. Final one from Sergeant Bob, before we jump into the super chat , says a Bush administration goddess. They're orchestrated by chaining . Now we have Liz Cheney. Trump's spoke out against Bush. Now Liz is batting for the other team. That's right. Sergeant Bob. She is Liz . Janie's basically a Democrat at this point. So I think you can expect her to continue to caucus with them as she is now. All right. We have Austin press storage says, Hey, Robert, as an Lyn at wake forest, I want to gear my future to assist in a movement like watching the Watchers. Any advice for future lawyers? Oh yeah. Oh man. So you're a first year law school student . So, you know, honestly my friend, one of the first things, if I could rewind the clock and give myself advice back as a one L I would start creating content. I know, I know, I know I'm saying that, but I would've started a long time ago and I would have just , I would have just been simple. I would have just been doing case briefs , uh, you know, ma started a podcast talking about what I was already learning , uh, bringing people together, interviewing other people, just working on that skill set . Because I think that that building, that skill set is going to be extremely valuable in the practice of law in the future. I think that a lot more stuff is going to go digital. I think the courts are behind the ball on a lot of this that we're going to start seeing digitization of some of this stuff in the near future. And so I would work. Yes, legally. You want to be the best lawyer that you can possibly be. You want to be somebody who is very, very skilled with the English language, read, read, read, speak, speak, speak, practice, practice, practice, get in front of as many people as you can to try to talk to them. And if you start creating some content, you're going to get reps repetitions. In part of the reason I do this show is because it's like going to the gym. It's like working out my mind, practicing Mike extemporaneous, speaking, you know, being able to articulate thoughts on the fly it's practice every day. I have a lot of fun. I learn stuff. And so I am sort of creating a system that enables me to improve myself. And if you can build something like that and you know , I'm sort of figuring this out now 10 years later than I should have . But if I would've started that as a younger man, I would've , I would've been able to provide more value earlier. And , uh , and so if I was a first L one L or something like that, I'd be thinking about that in a big way. Doesn't matter where you want to go. Or if you start, you know, building a community, building an audience, articulating your thoughts, putting them out into the world. It's scary. You're going to get a lot of criticism, but it's going to enable you to practice and get better at it. And then in the , in the future, when you graduate and you're going and applying for a job, you've got that as a fallback, you've got this skill set that will set you apart from any of the other lawyers. I'm not saying don't be a great lawyer. You've got to pass the bar, do well on your exams and crush it in school. But you can do that while having fun. And while speaking out and while standing for a cause the book I recommend on this is your stand is your brand by Patrick and tempo will help you. Philosophize. What is, what is your brand? What are you standing up for? Why do you want to be the lawyer? What do you want to advocate on? And that will give you some framework for it. Great question. Good luck. Let me know if you need any help with anything else. Shoot me an email or connect with me elsewhere. Good to see you Austin. And thank you for that support. A couple of other questions from watching the Watchers dot local says, you mean to tell me and why renal MD says c'mon . You mean to tell me that those trillions no LoJack or quick kill switch on any of the vehicles? I learned to put those in when I was in high school, come on John McCain.

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So saying that they took our Humvees, but they didn't

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LoJack in there. No kill switch. It seems kind of amateur hour. We have here from VNT because prime says check out Lawrence, Wilkins Wilkerson. He's a former army Lieutenant Colonel that worked under Cheney . When this war machine was pushed out, he speaks out against it. Yeah, the NT because prime great questions. All of those came over from watching the watchers.locals.com and thank you to the super chats from Austin and rye you. I appreciate all of those as well. All right . So let's move on into the next segment, my friends and see what else we've got going on here. That's right. We're going to be

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Talking about lot of mandates. COVID

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It mandates the Domino's continue to fall. We're seeing them all over the place today. We're going to talk about Philadelphia. We're going to bounce over to San Francisco, poke into Indiana and see what they're doing with their schools. And then Joe Biden is Florida floating this idea about interstate

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Vaccine

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Mandate . So if you want to go from one state to another, you got to show your papers to whoever they set up there at your new checkpoints in America. So we're going to go around the country. We're going to jump off from Philadelphia checkout Philly. Now they have new indoor mass mandates. Now these are new restrictions. They've got rising cases. Okay. And so we've seen this in season. One of COVID we saw that it started sort of in New York, then it went over to LA and then it slowly started spreading around the rest of the country. Like a disgusting,

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All of these mandates, all of these ,

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These new orders just slowly boiling that frog in the pot. And here we are, Philadelphia started, they're saying we got new mass mandates. It's going into effect at midnight on Thursday, face coverings. Now must be worn inside the business unless you are vaccinated. Right? So a lot of this stuff is now being orchestrated to incentivize people to go get vaccinated, either put a mask on, get tested, or go get vaccinated. And here Philadelphia is

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Now creating an incentive to encourage people

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To vaccinate. Otherwise you got to wear a mask. So for now, the city is going to require mass indoors at all locations, also for indoor dining as well. Now the Supreme court that was in Philadelphia and that's just for the mask mandates, right? So it's , it's , we're , we're going to kind of go in terms of severity here, mass, then we're going to talk about the vaccine mandates. This is taking place out of Indiana. What took place here was Indiana university. They created a requirement that said that all students must be vaccinated against the Corona virus. And so once Indiana came out and they did that, there were a bunch of upset students. And they said, no , that's ridiculous. We want to go and Sue the school because we want some exemptions. And so they filed that lawsuit. The lawsuit went up to the Supreme court, Amy Coney Barrett, one of judges, one of Trump's most recent appointees receive the request because she is the , the, the judge that oversees the seventh circuit. It appears that she made the decision on her own, but she did not refer to anybody else, but she rejected the lawsuit. So the students filed the lawsuit and they said, we want the ma the vaccine mandate to be thrown out. Lawsuit worked its way up to the Supreme court. They filed a request for the Supreme court to throw the vaccine mandate out. We don't want that anymore. And the case worked its way up to Amy Coney Barrett, because it came up from the seventh circuit. She's in charge of that court and she just denied their petition. And this is what it looks like. We don't even have an explanation for it. But over from the court docket Ryan Klassen versus the trustees of Indiana university. This is on appeal from the seventh circuit. And the only thing you can see here on August 12th was application denied by justice Barrett ,

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No tonight,

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Right ? No reason, nothing in there. That's all she just said. This was the first case about vaccination requirements that reach the Supreme court, a federal district judge, and a unanimous panel previously rejected the request that the requirement to be put on hold. And so , uh , the lower courts, they relied on a prior ruling from a case from 1905. The case was Jacobson versus Massachusetts. The court

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Allowed the government to

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Have a requirement that said, people could must get vaccinated against smallpox or pay a fine. So there's this prior case from 90

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Tino five that says up, no, yeah , the government can make you get a vaccine. And so they based their opinion here on that 1905 case. And , uh , lawyers now say that. Yeah, no problem at all

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Supreme court did here is actually in line with

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Prior precedent, the law

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1905 , for example, didn't have any exceptions for religious or medical reasons, but the university does. And second, that requirement only applies to them .

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Nana . So the students who filed the lawsuit are actually filing a case where they have less of an ability to get

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An exemption or an exception here or, or for the court to find in their favor. Because there was a prior case from 1905, that was actually even more strict than what the university is doing to what the university is doing now is actually less strict than something that was already approved

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By the court in 1905.

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So the court of course, is going to look at this and say, Nope, perfectly fine, mandate all you want. And so the reason I point this out is just so you can sort of see where this is going. Okay. If you're expecting the Supreme court or any court to come out here and a fine on the side of Liberty or freedom, you are out of your mind, that is not going to happen. It has has not happened. And it will not happen. We're already seeing that from other courts around the country, they're all going to start falling in line. And they're going to start siding with the federal government even right

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Over local officials, right?

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I mean , that happened here in Arizona. There was an anti mask mandate that schools can't mandate it. The CDC said the schools need it. So schools are now following what the CDC says over what the governor says. So when the courts get involved with that, what are the courts going to do side with the CDC or side with the governor's side, the people who have put rules in place that

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Limit these draconian COVID requirements or with it ,

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The federal government, they're going to side with the federal government. They're going to allow the government to do whatever the hell it wants, because they are part of that. All right , now it says people who not, who do not want to be vaccinated may go elsewhere, not go to Indiana. And so this is where this is trending the relying on the 1905 case and Amy Coney Barrett.

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It's a great conservative hero. No, that's fine, man .

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And they ended up no problems at all. And schools are a little bit different, right? Schools are sort of a history of , of vaccination and vaccine mandates. And you get your shots before you go to school. It's a little bit different from some other things. So Amy Coney Barrett might be distinguishing this case and only applying that ruling only to schools, because this is a new concept now outside of the school environment, but San Francisco being San Francisco, they're going to mandate it anyways, just like New York. And in fact, this is even more strict than New York, San Francisco now mandates proof of full COVID vaccine at indoor backs , uh , venues. So I think New York was just one jab, this, you gotta have two . You gotta be fully vaccinated. There are going to require residents and visitors to prove they are fully vaccinated for a number of indoor activities. Things like restaurants, cafes, bars, gyms. We have mayor London breed announced this on Thursday during a press conference. So just comes out issues. A new order. You are now under control of dictator, London breed. The order will require businesses to verify vaccine status prior to entry. It's going to require businesses. So non-governmental entities, private people running their private lives, running their private business. If you want to do business with somebody else, if somebody, another private citizen says, I want to come into your store, you now have an order from some loony tune in San Francisco that you have to engage in the

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These activities because she said, so yeah ,

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This goes into effect. Now on August 20th, one week from today, San Francisco is the first major us city to enforce full vaccination to receive services. New York re recently began a similar requirement, but only needing one dose. If you have a cell phone and were vaccinated in California, the state has a way to access your information digitally. So you don't need to carry the paper. Copy here, tap here to get your digital

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Vaccine record or in the bay area, just to tap that deal. And you can just

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Go and get it. And so this is really, really complicated because we know that a lot of African-American people in rural areas have a difficult time getting on the internet, according to Joe Biden. So I just don't know how they're going to get an app on their phone and digital, all that stuff.

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So that's very, very racist that they're doing

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That , uh , which is just par for the course, because we're going to see here in a minute, New York is also very racist with their vaccine mandates, but let's take a listen into this , uh , mayor from San Francisco. Who's going to come in and mandate that all these private businesses do, whatever

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Here she is. So why are we here today?

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Well, part of it is we're taking our steps around vaccinations just a little bit further. And starting August 20th, you will need proof of vaccination in businesses , um, for your customers and high contact areas like bars, restaurants, clubs, theaters, entertainment, venues, indoor gyms, and fitness and large indoor events with more than a thousand people by October 13th , employees at these establishments must be vaccinated as well. So all of the employees need to show proof of vaccination by October 13th, to their employer. Now, to be clear, this will not include people or kids who are under the age of 12 because they can't get vaccinated. So what we don't want folks to think is a family of four .

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All right. So she's going to go on more , more ranting about whatever. So we have a new , uh, apparently this woman is , uh, the mayor, you know, not a doctor, not a medical provider, nothing and has just mandated to you, right? If you're a business owner, I happened to be a business owner. So this lunatic comes out and says, Rob, you can't run your business anymore. I don't live in San Francisco obviously, but if this pernicious virus of a totalitarianism continues to spread throughout our country, eventually it's going to land on my doorstep. And there is no vaccine for this other than our voices and speaking out and building communities. So when it does come here that we're going to have to figure out what to do about that. But here, the , the theory would be, she would just get an order now. And I have to go to my employees and I have to say, you all do this. And they say, well, Rob, I've got this condition or this condition or this condition. And I say, that's just too bad because a mayor Looney tunes over here said that I have to do this in order for me to continue to run my business. So you have to go do this now. And it is a very, very disgusting thing that our elected officials are mandating from us. It is the antithesis of a freedom and the ability to conduct your lives and pursue happiness to your own liking. We'll see where it goes. We already see the Supreme court came out. Now you can do it in schools. So what's the difference between schools and this place. And what's the difference between this variant and the next variant. And what's the difference between this virus and the next virus and how many different booster shots are they going to have to require you now, do you have to show them every time you get your booster shot and what if they also want to see your other information and folks, you might listen to that and say, that's insane, right? But the same people who are were saying that all of this stuff was going to happen. Now, like I was saying, 18 months ago, screaming from the rooftops, we're going to do this again. Do you think we're in a lockdown for 15 days? Are you nuts? Of course it was never going to be 15 days. It's always a snowball of power rolling down the hill, gobbling up everything in its path. And we are in the middle of it. We are, we are right in the path of the snowball, watching it come down, oh , here it comes. And there's not much that we can do about it other than continue to speak out, which is what we're doing. And I appreciate your support here. All right. So now , uh, Joe Biden is still unsatisfied. They have not seized all of the juice out of our , our , our corpses yet. And so what they're going to do now is think about what else they can do, brainstorm. How else can we just beat our own citizens into submission? Just day after day after day, without causing too much backlash, we've got to find this nice little balance where we can strip away a lot of their liberties without them getting too upset about it. It's sort of like the frog in the boiling pot that we talk a lot about here. You don't want to turn the temperature up too much, too quickly. Otherwise the frog is going to jump out. So Biden is now having to balance this out and he's , uh , you know, he's not very mentally competent. So he's having some difficulty here. It says from U S news here by the associated press, that Biden is eyeing tougher vaccine rules without provoking the backlash. So I'll just turn the temperature up just

Speaker 4:

A little bit so that nobody freaks

Speaker 1:

Out about it. Zeke Miller wrote this said that when the pace of vaccinations in the U S first began to slow a president Biden backed incentives like a million dollar cash lottery, if that's what it took. But as new Corona virus infection , sore , he's testing a tougher approach in just the past two weeks by and is forced millions, forced millions of federal workers to attest to their vaccinate nation status or face onerous new requirements. He's met with business leaders at the white house, asking them to do the same. Meanwhile, the administration is taking steps towards mandating shots for people traveling into the U S and they're weighing options to be more assertive at the state and local level, including potential support for school districts, imposing rules, two per sprint, to prevent the spread of the virus over here, we have the white house still has no plans to develop a vaccine passport infrastructure, no plans. The Biden administration had promised to share frameworks for verification systems, but let that up to the private

Speaker 4:

Sector in part, because of

Speaker 1:

Political sensitivities still, while more severe measures like mandating vaccines for interstate travel or changing how the federal government

Speaker 4:

Versus treatment have been discussed,

Speaker 1:

The administration worried they would be too polarizing for

Speaker 4:

The moments . See that right there, that's not,

Speaker 1:

Won't be implemented in the future. As public opinion continues to shift because the vaccinations are being used as a means to restore normalcy. That, which is total nonsense, right? Is that the case

Speaker 4:

Settle ? I've had vaccinations out all over the place. No normal. Alright . Lawrence Gunston says something. Yeah. He says , he's really gonna ,

Speaker 1:

I have to use all the leverage. The federal government has, and indeed use pressure points says this good little boot licker , Lawrence Gustin , a professor of health law over

Speaker 4:

At Georgetown. I think

Speaker 1:

There are a few that he can do, but he hasn't done yet. Yeah. So a good little totalitarian of course, law professor Georgetown, very intelligent is saying, yeah, we've got to bring the full leverage of the federal government down to bare on the next upon all the citizens out there who are just enjoying a little bit of their freedom out there. That's what law school is like. There you go. That's, that's a good example of that. So enjoy it , uh , over here now , uh, the most racist mayor in the entire country, mayor bill de Blasio from New York city is mandating that there are vaccines in order for you to engage in New York city. He has this new program called the key to NYC and said, specifically, if you want to participate in all the great things that NYC has to offer, very simple. All you have to do, just go get a vaccine, just go get a shot. And if you don't do that, guess what? You are a sub citizen. You no longer get to enjoy all the privileges that the vaccine people get you are sort of in this subclass , kind of a second class kind of , uh , uh , peasants or slaves or whatever it is. And it is now causing some people to ask about this. Who is this going to impact? The main narrative has been that these are all a bunch of idiot. Redneck Trump supporters, who are just a bunch of, you know, hayseed white supremacists , domestic Hicks out there who just don't know any better than themselves because we're , we're all too busy, drooling all over ourselves to think for ourselves. And so they have to just keep smacking us in the head with their vaccine sales pitches, day in and day out on every single show you see all the time at , get your vaccine, get your vaccine, vaccine salesmen everywhere you look it's disgusting. But now we are asking ourselves, all right, is that really the case? Is it really a bunch of these? What the media is claiming these unsophisticated people out there who are having questions about some of this stuff? No, it's not the case at all. In fact, it is going to be disproportionately impacting young black people in New York. Here is the New York times, the New York times, which is a newspaper that presumably is in New York would have a good idea of what this might be doing to the people there only 28% of young black new Yorkers are vaccinated. So if as mayor de Blasio said, you are not allowed to participate in the government or in anything that New York has to offer, unless you're vaccinated. Well, you're going to have a pretty big swath of young black people who are left out in the cold, a construction site, safety manager in Queens as a black man, he was more worried about the prospect of being stopped by the police. And he was about getting COVID graduate student in Bronx , also not gotten vaccinated. Civil rights. Activists said that he was suspicious when they were tour prioritizing minority neighborhoods. So the racist mayor de Blasio now going to have a huge portion of young black people in New York city who are just left out to drive very racist. Now, some restaurant owners in New York city say, no , it's not going to work for us. I don't think we're going to be the vaccination police says, this guy is starting next week. It's going to be required, but Generoso we have a Mary Josephine

Speaker 4:

Says whether you're vaccinated or not. You're welcome. She's the manager at pastor reef , Syria, Rokos bay Ridge. What a name? So she ,

Speaker 1:

Uh , a true American hero here says , uh , there's a protest in the window of the restaurant. It reads, we do not discriminate against any customer based on race, sex, gender, creed, vaccinate , vaccinated, or unvaccinated . All customers who wish to patronize are welcome in our establishment.

Speaker 4:

I just

Speaker 1:

Do not feel that we're able to sit there and ask customers to show if they've been vaccinated

Speaker 4:

Or not. She said, yeah . So you know,

Speaker 1:

This, this got me thinking about a concept in the law about, you know, you , you can, you can be legally, right? Right. You can pass whatever laws in the, in the, in the world you want. But there's a very important question here. And it's about enforceability. It's about whether you can enforce those laws, right? The , the federal guy

Speaker 4:

Government can say, yeah, vaccine mandates, your state government can say, yeah, vaccine mandates, but can they enforce that everywhere? Your turn? No, they can't.

Speaker 1:

It's not possible. And that's why Ron Paul and other people were saying, well, just, yeah , now it's time. Now it's time to just Sue disobeyed . Right? Civil disobedience. I'm not encouraging that. Rand . Paul said something along those lines, but it is a moment where you can introduce friction to these little interactions and see what happens as a result of it. See whether they continue

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To comply

Speaker 1:

With these government tyrants. Now we have again to shatter that notion that it's all the uneducated , uh, you know, red Magda , people who are not getting vaccinated, it's not accurate. A new study came out, said that the percentage of each group that is somewhat vaccine hesitant is primarily with the PhDs. There you go. Right? So the highest level, you sort of see this reverse bell curve here. So you've got this a high school or less. They don't want to get vaccinated. Why , but they probably are young.

Speaker 4:

Or they made that decision for , for whatever that is.

Speaker 1:

Reason is right. Well, the people who mostly get it, these are the most of the people that you probably see on Twitter. These are most of the journalists out there who think that they're very smart, right? Because they got a master's degree. They're like, I got a master's degree. You're like, so what, what does that do for you? Nothing but it's a master's degree. And you're like, well, I write for this art. I got a journalism degree. And therefore, and so it's all the, I think that most of that is probably just journalists. You can see that a journalist and probably blue check marks on Twitter are gonna fill up this , uh, not a lot of , uh , logistical thinking they're over here at the PhDs , you know, pH it's a different category, right. In order to be a PhD, you have to, you have to really put some critical thought in there. A master's is sort of just like an extended , uh , bachelor's degree , uh, not to , uh, not to poopoo any master's degrees. Uh, quite frankly, I think that almost all of these degrees are essentially useless now in general , uh , because of this state of our educational system. But you get my point here. Uh , it's about , uh, the people who will look down their noses at you and say, oh, we're sophisticated. Okay . Like that, that, that woman

Speaker 4:

On a CNN, the other day.

Speaker 1:

Oh, Bama and his people they're sophisticated. Okay. That's what she's talking about. This category. These are the sophisticated people out here that just do what they're told , uh, anytime that they're told to do it. And they think that they're smarter than everybody else, but they're not, they're a bunch of dummies , uh , because they got master's degrees. All right . Uh, let's take a [email protected] . Let's see what is here. We've got a nice one here from ventek V V [inaudible] prime, almost botched that says, all right. Two things while technically three, I just figured , uh, how to enter a carriage. Okay. When I went to the VA hospital yesterday for my appointment had to take off my personal mask for this thin flimsy surgical mask. The reason being the Delta squad, I mean, variant, there was no questions or anything about the type of mask I had or anything take from that. What you will just wanted to point out about cash Friday. People were talking about it in the YouTube chat, participated by buying a pizza, wants them . It's a movement to support local small businesses by paying cash. Screw the big banks, data collection

Speaker 4:

Lock downs . Oh , I love that.

Speaker 1:

I love that. That's that's brilliant cash Friday. No, I've never heard of that, but I love that. Yeah. And that's part of the reason why I like the idea of alternative currencies, right? Not that you can escape sort of oversight by the IRS, especially now with the infrastructure bill,

Speaker 4:

But I get your point, right?

Speaker 1:

Pull yourselves out of the systems. If you can't or barter or trade or any of those things, we've got bummer lick . It says 1905. Really science has evolved since that date. Yeah, certainly has , uh , good to see you by like we have , uh , informed consent, says a vaccine mandate violate the right of informed consent. I see a lot of Nazi words in here. All right . So, so I can't read that one. It's too many , uh, too many controversial things there. See the veil says, oh my God, seriously, mandates and passports. The unvaccinated are the problem. What , how many immigrants come across the border illegally effected with COVID under Biden's blessings. The immigrants are responsible for the outbreaks. Pfizer Merck. Other farmers are not responsible for their failures, not to mention these companies. All right. So some, some medical stuff they're small businesses in New York under the new mayor's decision are mandating that small businesses have to turn away customers. The small businesses need to be compensated by the city when they're required to work for the mayor's . Police reminds me of a plumber that is holding a toilet brush and says, bend over. Yeah , that's right.

Speaker 4:

That's right here . Right? If the, if the mayor's

Speaker 1:

Office is going to deputize all of the employees of all the restaurants of all the bars of all the gyms to be your little mini dictators, excuse me, sir. And to check your vaccine, mayor de Blasio said so. And , uh, and so now you're working, not for the business you're working for DeBlasio . Well, you should be compensated for

Speaker 4:

That. Otherwise you're working

Speaker 1:

For free aren't you? Or are you just their slave? Now at that point we have Nadar says , uh , this is okay. So let's see that. So that's, that's on hunter.

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All right . We have another one here from a jury . Your spider says a bar

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Talks about Jacobson often difference is that the case surrounded a smallpox outbreak where the vaccine had been in use safely for over a century, the only penalty was a $5 fine Jacobson also led to buck versus bell for sterilization and Komatsu, Japanese internment camps. Oh. And Trump appointing Barrett over Goa was the worst decision of his presidency. Yeah. Yeah. She's going to be just like Kavanaugh who's, you know, a Federalist guy. So that's very interesting. Yeah. And a bad legal precedent is overturned all the time. So that alone is just not an argument. Oh, there's an old case that says so. Yeah. Well, there was an old case that approved of segregation. Do you want to bring that back? Do you want to bring back the case that said a separate water fountains were okay and separate but equal is okay. Because maybe we should, if this is going to be what's happening right now, separate but equal vacs , get access to New York city. But the unpacks don't, well, maybe we'll make them their own separate New York cities and we'll call it separate but equal again, which is sort of where we're going. Isn't it? We have here at Sergeant . Bob says overreaching government is a big reason. We're coming to Arizona and not Oregon as was the prior plan problems everywhere. But Arizona tries to keep our freedoms. We're doing what we can here. Sergeant Bob. I mean, it's the last election was disappointing. We'll see if that really turned out the way that it did though. And I'm looking forward to welcoming you to Arizona. Be brave says, so the next thing I expect out of ACB is upholding Roe vs . Wade makes perfect sense in a clown world. Yeah. Probably the staunchest Catholic woman ever. Right. Probably gonna uphold it. It's okay. Because of whatever nonsense and why renal MD says, I thought it was the judiciary that could hold our country together. These silly rules are just going to separate us. Don't expect the government to give back this power when the emergency is over. And it's an astute observation there. Doctor , I agree with you. They're not, it's here to stay. We've got aircraft. MEK says that Looney tune mayor said events with over 1000. I guess those other places are exempt. Considering they're much smaller. Honestly, she might've been hung over. I think she talked, she started her press conference by saying I was out late last night for my birthday. So that's what they do in San Francisco. John Helgren says elections change lawmakers who ultimately change, who sits on the bench. It's possible to take this back from the fearful. If we don't, we're essentially all under control of a doctor through a medical guardianship. Yeah. It's a , it's a sort of a medical military, governmental law enforcement complex that keeps you just totally locked down. Remember the medical community that was responsible for sterilization thought they were right. History. We'll get this right. FYI was just in Georgia. They are crazier than that one, Florida, man, are they, are they John? Well, you don't have to take your word for that. I see. Most of the headlines I see are like Florida, man, you know , uh , is eaten by an alligator. You know, Florida man launches a fridge into the , uh , low earth orbit. And you go, what the hell is going on in Florida? There was just wild stuff happening there, but I'll have to keep my eye on Georgia. Georgia has a lot of crazy stuff, but it's typically coming out of , um , rapids burgers , mouth we Bumble lick . It says, okay, if a person contracted COVID who has developed immunity, why should they require that

Speaker 4:

Person to be vaccinated

Speaker 1:

With immunity? From COVID saying that formula milk is better than breast milk. Yeah. I think it's that conversation about what Bama liquid is bringing up is this idea. Why are they not talking about

Speaker 4:

Natural immunity? Right? If you had the Corona virus and uh , you presumably have antibodies for that, you should have some level of immunity.

Speaker 1:

That's not even in the conversation. It's either you're Vaxxed or untaxed.

Speaker 4:

It's, it's very black and white and it's not that simple. Is it the same?

Speaker 1:

Who screamed to us about science or not really? They're kind of missing a key component of all that samadhi is here. Says I saw a video clip today of a small business owner who was stating that she already has a hard time getting employees. Now she has to require them to get vaccinated as well. Yeah , it's it's, it's so burdensome on small businesses and you know, businesses are gonna respond to this. They're just going to, we're not going to do that anymore. We're just not going to participate. We're not going to have a restaurant anymore already. Can't find his staff. We're just going to , we're just going to do something different. Go virtual, go digital. The whole world's going to change because of this stuff. It already has. Amy Coney Barrett is a joke, says what? Why? I am not surprised. She's an authoritarian.

Speaker 4:

Jacobson

Speaker 1:

Allowed for vaccine mandates. That was precedent for buck versus bell buck versus bell was precedent for Komatsu logical conclusion of vaccine , man .

Speaker 4:

And it's is terrifying. I know . And, and they're going to just continue to allow it. Unfortunately. I think so.

Speaker 1:

Yeah. If your soul liking says, if I wonder if mayor Looney tunes is requiring all of the homeless who are crapping all over the streets and sidewalks will be mandated to have hepatitis vaccines due to their bay . How about all the citizens exposed to the filthy environment, be required, disgusting and dangerous, slippery slope. Maybe she will consult with legal. Wonder to say Seoul Viking it. You know, San Francisco is, was, was

Speaker 4:

My favorite towns in the whole stinking country. Right? It's beautiful when it's not being dumped all over. Oh, it's too bad. What happened to that whole state? Honestly,

Speaker 1:

We have here, Sergeant Bob says error. Uh , the Blasio is not the most racist mayor. Title belongs to Lightfoot of Chicago. She's very racist. Also. It's hard to , you know, there's so many of them, it's really hard to tell hard to keep track of them. All want to know, says states of Washington and Oregon have two governors trying now do each other vaccine in the mask.

Speaker 4:

Almost a required everywhere. They're going to

Speaker 1:

Shut down hospitals, fire workers next month.

Speaker 4:

Gosh. Oh my gosh. All right. These are, these

Speaker 1:

Are getting bad, John. SESCO not, not the comments.

Speaker 4:

The yeah, the conclusions.

Speaker 1:

Uh, John SESCO says, if we are going to fix this country, then we need to drag these politicians. Ugh, I can't, I can't say that John, can't say that we have over here, thunder seven says the world is now run by the Nazis. They're building concentration camps on vaccinated. The entire Nazi regime is run by the cloth. Shrub the head of the world economic forum. That's from thunder seven.

Speaker 6:

Uh , yeah, I don't know about any of that.

Speaker 1:

I'll take your word for it. We have Nadar says, so here's the massive difference between 1905 and smallpox in 1800, most of England already vaccinated 105 years of observation. It's barely been 105 days on brand new technology. 105 years is a big difference. ACB

Speaker 6:

Should be, should be ashamed of herself. Yeah . Uh ,

Speaker 1:

Medical express. There, there's a link. If you want to throw that into your browser , uh, thank you for that. And uh , Darby, appreciate it. Over here. We have informed consent, says, remember the concept of informed consent required people to be informed and consent to the treatment. If someone was coerced to give consent for sex, it's rape. Considering the vaccine mandates take people's rights away unless they are vaccinated, which constitutes coercion. The implications are horrible. Yeah. Informed consent. It's pretty, it's pretty a pretty obvious thing to me, right? That, that, that this is troubling now. Other people, they just don't, they they're not able to make that causal connection. They just say, it's just a shot. Just put it in your arm. Who cares? Well, it's more complicated than that. We're talking about liberties. We're talking about mandates. Okay. I have said on this channel, I don't have any particular qualms or any preference on the vaccine or not. I have a problem

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With the mandation of it. With the

Speaker 1:

Clamping down, they're threatening to prevent you from traveling from one state to another, unless you show your, your, your passports, your vaccine passports. It's disgusting. We have N Y says that a vaccine mandate is absolutely unnecessary. The decision to vaccinate is an individual one and it should be uninformed one. That's from the good doctor, N Y renal MD in the house. I agree completely with that. If you want to get it, talk to your doctor and get it. If you don't want to get it, I'd still recommend talk to your doctor and then don't get it right. But it's, it's not mandatory. Or shouldn't be, Patto says, I like your analogy on the snowball. Rolling downhill. Now that the Democrats are being vindicated by the courts on the mandates what's to stop them from taking more rights, all the governors have to do is declare a state of emergency because of gun crime. And, there goes your second amendment. Yeah. All of it, all of it now, because everything that you do is touched by the Corona virus , everything, and the CDC has already gobbled up power that they can basically take your property over. They've had it for 18 months. Now they can just continue to extend it indefinitely. So well, if the CDC now can control your property rights, well, why can't they control all of these other rights? We already see COVID crimes. Now coming out now, people are going to be fair , to be fearful that they get charged with a crime and thrown through the criminal justice system. Do you know where that goes? It's not good. It's not good at all. We have over here. Want to know, says what language to learn Spanish for work, shopping and ordering food. Talking to the next door. Neighbor . Spanish is a good one. I'm working on mine. John Halperin says you're on fire tonight. Keep it up. Thanks, John. Appreciate you being here. Thank you for the comment. Love it. We have a sweet PO Tate tow says it could be incorrect, but I believe that there are no known animal infections with smallpox. A couple of snow leopards just got COVID though. I think the case that many state entities don't site , uh , doesn't match the situation here, that the case that they cite doesn't match the situation here. Uh, certainly I agree with that, right? The, I went through some of these factors yesterday, but there are a lot of different reasons why people might have doubts about the vaccine. Many of them were caused by Joe Biden and Kamala Harris back in October of 2020, when they thought that Donald Trump was going to unveil the vaccine, they were screaming about it. I wouldn't take it. I don't trust it. So they're part of the problem along with the mixed messaging, the bad messaging from their own administration and their own CDC. And there was another doctor who talked about animal reservoirs. I don't know if that applies to smallpox. I think that that's maybe what you're talking about. Sweet Pope Tate toe . That's a good comment. Thank you for that. Nice to see you. We have over here. Uh , another one from Gert Chan says I am able to handle the fact that we are slaves to a money system and that we were being lied to by the government. But now we were talking about injecting our kids. That's a , this is where I draw the line, Rob. So what is your advice as a lawyer? I can't give you legal advice on this show. Of course, as the Supreme court does not stop it, you think a Patriot parent will just let it happen. Well, you know, I certainly, I can't give you legal advice on this show because I don't know your specific legal situation and that's not what the show's about anyways, but , uh, you know, certainly I might, my answer on these questions is just, you know, we see a lot of this stuff happening around us. Okay. We have to remember now that it's very easy for us to end up like the man in Plato's cave right there . We're just looking at all these, all these shadows on the wall of all these things that the governments are doing, but it might not be happening here locally, right? It might not actually be something that's taking place in your neighborhood and you have more impact locally. You have more representation. If it's one versus one person out of 50,000 in your local city versus one person out of 377 million in your federal government. And so you can impact things more locally. And so all of the, you know, the, the, the, the, the moms you see speaking out of the school boards, the people that you see, just, no , I'm not going to put the mask on. I'm just going to create a little bit of friction that people who were, you know, making some , some changes in the world. I think that's essentially all that we can do right now. Right? Get engaged, speak out, voice your opinion, try to rally people to, you know, to your line of thinking in a, in an attractive way, not a pushy way. We talk about , uh, attraction, not promotion, you know, live a good life, be at peace, know what your values are and live well. And people will come and be a part of what they see. They'll say that person's got it together. They have their things in order. And I want more of that. What are they doing? That sounds good to me. And that's how you win people to your favor. But other than that, you know, it's, it's going to be a long, a long push here. They are clamping down every single day, all around the country. Again, we've already been through this. So I think that's all I've got for you on that. Kurt , John , I hope that helps a little bit. We have over here a couple more VNT because prime says I'm looking forward to hospitals being so overwhelmed again, that we can get more dancing, Tik TOK, nurse videos. Uh , I know really, really desperate times that they all had to choreograph, you know, 50 different nurses who are all overweight and a , you know, whatever three girls says. I heard someone saying that checking vaccine cards would not be any different than checking ID for alcohol. Can you expound on that idea? How would checking someone's vaccine card be any different than checking someone's ID for alcohol? Well, there are two totally different things, right? One is your personal private medical information. One is , uh , buying alcohol for recreational purpose. So two different entire , uh, you know , justifications for it. The other part of the problem here is that you're talking about

Speaker 4:

Sort of mandating , uh ,

Speaker 1:

Scene and a card in order to engage in your regular, basic liberties, like leaving your home and going and doing anything. So that's part of the problem, right? It's, it's, it's part of what they are limited

Speaker 4:

In order to get you to

Speaker 1:

Comply with their new regulations. So you now can not do the same things that you used to go in ,

Speaker 4:

Right? You,

Speaker 1:

You can't go to a restaurant. You can't go to a bar. You cannot go to a gym unless you have to show your card. It is limiting every single area of your life, almost without

Speaker 4:

Principal . And so that's, that's

Speaker 1:

One of the most fundamental concerns that I have. One, the other concern of course, is that alcohol is something that you voluntarily put into your body. And we're, we're regulating that for small children. This is a situation where the government is injecting a, an experimental vaccine into your body that does very complicated things

Speaker 4:

That are still being studied. And the

Speaker 1:

See themselves are still changing the guidance on it. Oh, breakthrough cases are rare. Well, now they're common. Well, this will prevent you from catching COVID. Well, not really. You're still, you can still get it, but you don't transmit it well, now you can transmit it, right? So there's a lot of unknowns about all of that. Whereas alcohol has been something that we've , we've had a precedent for, for, for many, many different years, and we're talking, you know, I just, I understand the analogy. I understand what people are trying to do. I think it is intellectually dishonest for, for those reasons. But I mean, you could go

Speaker 4:

Through and just, and just list out all of the difference by

Speaker 1:

If you actually go to Wikipedia, you can go out there and take a look at some of the logical fallacies that exist in any of these comparisons. Maybe I'll make a video about that. A great question. Three girlies, that those are my concerns. Sergeant Bob is here. It says Oregon has been calling everything an emergency for a long, long time. Yeah. They just keep extending it. It goes into whatever you want. We have London breed says your comments are regretful. Rob. I had a long night, last night had to have my hair and nails done today. I know . Sorry. That was London breed. That was the mayor of San Francisco. Well, happy birthday, London breed. I hope you had a great birthday, but how about you?

Speaker 4:

You take your mandates and canceled them. How about that? Just delete them.

Speaker 1:

All right . Those were great questions from watching the watchers.locals.com. Let's take a look over at some super chats on this segment. Phil Hoffman jumped in here says I love the show, Rob. Thank you. Thank you, Phil. I appreciate that. Very nice comment. Thank you for your support there. Marine 2007 says, I wonder how many people actually know what their HIPAA rights are, let alone know what they are. Is this not treading very closely to violating HIPAA? So I'm not really sure what's what specifically

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You're , you're talking

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About. Uh, but my understanding is There are going to be complexities here, right? But if you're voluntarily sort of going to a place, and this is a regulation that they have in order for you to access that place, it's a little bit different than somebody sort of like your employer, asking you about some of that information and then making decisions based on the information that's provided, one is sort of mandatory. One is, is sort of voluntary. So if you want to go into a coffee shop and they say, Hey, I need to know your medical information and you volunteer it. You

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Say, yeah, I'm vaccinated. And

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They say, okay, great, come on in. Okay. That's a voluntary conversation. It's not a forced thing. It's not a hidden thing. They're not accessing or violating your medical information because you're just volunteering it to them. And if you don't want to give it to them , you don't have to, you can just leave, right? This is the same concept that the office of legal counsel specified in their memo, talking about the fact that private businesses can in fact mandate

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Even experimental vaccines. Because if you don't want to take it, guess what? Don't work there anymore. That's your,

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So there are no HIPAA concerns. OLC has already defined that for us. I said , no , they can , it can even be experimental and you can still mandate it.

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And that's where this

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Is going, right? That all of those protections are sort

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Of no longer even relevant. A good question we have, that was from, that was

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Marine. We have Kareem 1 65 here. It says too many people I speak to here . Say the situation still has not affected me personally. So it doesn't bother me very near-sighted mentality. They make sure only to upset 5%

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Of the people at a time that's from Kareem

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Situation is not affecting me personally.

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It doesn't bother me. Okay. It is .

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It probably will. I mean, I think, I think it's hard to say that I think COVID has

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Sort of caught everything

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Kind of everything in it. All right . We have, Josh Rowe says case law from 1905 is a false equivalency. Smallpox had a mortality rate of about 30% was possible to eradicate because humans are the only vector that the virus can infect. Okay. So that was the animal repository conversation that I saw the idea being that it is possible for smallpox to get to smallpox zero because it doesn't live other animals COVID and other respiratory viruses do. That's why you can never get to zero COVID right. It's always going to be around out there. It's always going to be an animals. And , uh, you know, other, other , uh , things, you know, crawling animals around us all the time. And so unless we sort of wipe out everything which

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Some people might

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Want to do, we're never gonna get to COVID zero. So at that point

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Would just be , uh, it would just be

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Mitigation, really treating treatment and mitigation. I agree with you. I think it is a false equivalency though. Eddie Oliver says, everybody keeps talking about the medical community and for sterilization, I would like to politely remind everybody about full frontal lobotomies. That's from Eddie Oliver. Thank you for that Eddie and for chiming in with that. Yeah. Maybe that's coming. Maybe we're all just going to get lucked . [inaudible] just lopped off. And he Oliver says also being a child of the seventies. I very well remember foul , thalidomide babies, again, all medical approved. They all followed the science. Yeah. Cause they're looking out for you. That's why you just have babies with their heads, you know, completely deformed and basically dead. Linda kid says at least 63 people on Martha's vineyard have tested positive for COVID since Barack Obama's massless 60th birthday bash the most cases on the island since April per the daily mail. Uh, yeah, I saw that headline. Linda sounds like a super spreader

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Yvette , doesn't it? Uh , oh, I

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Wonder if anybody in the media is going to talk about that. Probably not. Thanks for the comment there, Linda, and then , uh , Korean 1 65 says you missed my comment on locals, Rob. Well, Corinne , you may have , uh , submitted it out of order. So just send it through again. Cause it's hard for me to go back

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And , um, and sort

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Through all of the questions. So it's just submitted again and I think I'm caught up. So I'll get to it. We've got, want to know a couple more on this one says, why does Congress not vote on these mandates? It seems six months. Emergency orders. Just keep going. Well it's because the executive branch just doesn't care anymore. They just don't care. The Supreme court said, if you're going to extend the eviction moratorium, unique congressional legislation and approval to do it. And they said, we don't care. We're going to do it anyways. Joe Biden said, yeah, I know it's not constitutional, but at least it's going to buy us a few more months. And in fact it might buy him another year, honestly, by the time this works its way up again to the Supreme court. So we'll see. Not good. We have over here. Uh , another one from sweet PO take tow says yes, animal reservoir. Sorry for the typo earlier was trying to get my submission over before you change topics. So if a white tail deer poops in your yard, maybe your dog eats it gets COVID . Your dog gives you COVID mandatory vaccination . Stop the spread. Don't make sense. Also false claims from these governors. Yeah. Thank you. Sweet potato. That's what I was thinking about. The , the animal reservoirs over here, Jeremy Murrieta says just because something is legal doesn't mean it's ethical, moral, or should be done. There's a lot of those types of laws on the books now. And Kareem just submitted his question here. It is. As I don't know if you heard today that Canada will soon require all air passengers to be fully vaccinated. Nope. I did not see that. Does this imply that unvaccinated Canadians will no longer be able to come to the USA since the land border is still closed? Will these vaccine mandates be permanent? Meaning we'll never be able to travel into the us unless we can blind. I do not know Kareem . I know a lawyer up there. Her name is

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Melissa Vail . I think in [inaudible]

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Canada , we refer all of our Canadian immigration questions to her. She tells us what to do. We say, what the hell is going on up there in Canada? And she says, this is what we're doing now. And I said, all right, fine, because Canada is kind of insane with a lot of criminal laws. Like if you have a DUI in the United States, they will not let you in the country. Like, they're like, we don't want you, you got a DUI down there. So it's a really difficult process. So , uh , on the backend , I don't know what Canada is ,

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Is going to do with any of that. But yeah .

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Yeah, maybe, maybe that is this. That is the case. You will not be able to travel unless you get the vaccine, which will probably happen. Right. You'll probably see that on airlines. Uh, we'll see. Great questions. A lot of great questions over from watching the watchers.locals.com and again on YouTube. Thank you for all of those lovely super chats. We had Kareem , Linda , Eddie, Eddie, again, Josh, a Marine Kareem again, and Phil and others chatting away over there. Thank you for all of your continued support here on the channel. Really much. Appreciate it. All right . So we've got one final segment here today. Let's get into it. Hunter Biden, another laptop from hell . I think we're up to three of these things. Now, the first thing that you might be asking yourself is where has hunter Biden? Ben , we've talked about him here on this channel. He's

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An artist. Now he's painting pictures

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Of fungus and milk. And I think aids in Corona virus and all sorts of different, awful things. But he's also in the news again, but you probably missed it. Why? Because if you look for hunter Biden, anywhere in the media, this is what you get on New York times. If you do a search for a hunter Biden, I noticed that I did this this morning here. 6:45 AM Eastern time. I was up early this morning, but I did a search on the New York times. The first thing that you see here, July 8th, white house sets , ethics plan for the sale of his fungus, art from hunter Biden. Then the next article is not over even until April 3rd and the next one down on March 30th. And so if you're looking for hints about what's going on with hunter Biden, you know, he is the president's son. Uh , and he's what the president called the smartest man that he knows. And so presumably Joe Biden might be conversing with the smartest man in the world to solve many of America's problems. So we don't know what's going on there, but we have questions about hunter. So we went over to the Washington post. What do they have for us? Oh, not much either. Uh ,

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Last post that they've got July 16th ,

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We have art is object plus a story. Even for hunter Biden's pricey. Money-laundering paintings over here on July 13th, another one, a sneak preview. Oh, so exciting. We have on Hunter's art. Let's look at the bigger picture. Yeah. This was an opinion on July 13th, he's getting his art career all wrong. July 9th . So a lot of these , uh , uh, weirdos are just obsessed about hunter Biden's paintings, even though they're objectively terrible. So that's what the Washington post is talking about. But how about CNN right there ? They're not fake news, certainly. So they would have something. Oh, no. Biden though is going to accept an award on behalf of his son, Beau , that was on July 30th over here, July 25th of the threat, November poses to buy nothing here about hunter over here on July 22nd, hunter, Biden's going to meet with potential art buyers. So that's good. So again, nothing Washington post New York times CNN, nothing about hunter Biden, even though there's a pretty big story out there right now that the foreign media has to cover because our own media here is useless. They don't want you to know about this story. So it's up to the daily mail, a UK website. It's going to give us the information. And here is a headline that says, this is an exclusive hunter Biden says the Russians have videos of me doing crazy effing sex. Hunter Biden has seen and unearth footage telling a prostitute that Russian drug dealer stole another of his laptops. They said that this happened in a Vegas hotel room in 2018 video shows hunter with a naked in 2019, when Joe Biden was running for president after filming a sex tape with her explaining how he believed another laptop was stolen. He left the camera rolling. As he recounted a Las Vegas bender in which he spent 18 days going around from penthouse suite to penthouse suite. The incident when meet hunter lost a total of three computers, three computers, each likely to hold sensitive information on president Joe Biden , the laptops contain embarrassing pictures, videos, and communication of the president's son. Just the smartest man that Joe Biden, a very smart, very intelligent , uh, you know, absolutely just a dirt bag of a human being. And uh , he's in the white house there with a Papa joke . Now the reason this is a problem, we've heard about all of the Russian stuff, right? And we talked a lot about this in the lead up to the election, asking ourselves, okay , people were saying, this was a Russian conspiracy and you go, well, how is it a conspiracy? If it's true. If, if hunter Biden is really doing all of these things, that's not a conspiracy at all. The fact that the Russians have it is a problem, but that doesn't read the underlying act. It's still there. If the Russians know about it, that doesn't negate. The fact that hunter did all of these things and that they've got some pretty serious, pretty damaging compromise. This is what the Russians call it in Russian culture. It is called compromising material called compromise. We know what that word is. It's damaging information about a politician or a business person that can be used to create negative publicity, even blackmail to exert influence, not monetary gain influence like extortion, maybe required , uh , you know, all this stuff compromise is also used in English in the United States. They it with political opponents. So that material may be released to weaken those political opponents a little bit more than opposition research in that this information is used to exert influence over people rather than to win elections. Do you see what that, the difference there is, right? You have blackmail which may be to get some money. You give me a million bucks or I'm going to put this out there. That's money. You also have opposition research that might have a legitimate justification for it. That's to win an election. Hey, I'm running my opponents a moron. Here's why, but it's that it's sort of limited there , right? This is what they said when they were a counselor or a Senator or whatever, compromise. It's a little bit different. Don't really care about the money. Don't really care about winning the election. We want influence. We want to be able to control how this whole administration works hunter Biden, crackhead Xtrordinair was spending $10,000 a night bouncing around different hotels with a bunch of Russians. Now don't you think that that might be important news if the president's son has an entire laptop of kompromat out there, you'd think that maybe the New York times Washington post CNN might cover it, but they didn't. If you go to ground news.com or whatever the ground, a ground.news, I think might be the website. Well, you'll see this coverage analysis says that a lot of people on the right side of the aisle are talking about it over here. You've got Breitbart louder with Crowder. You've got not the B zero hedge. We've got red state daily wire, daily express, New York post leans rights , somebody over here. And then over here, we have the political flare . And I read that article and I don't even know what it was. So I think it was just sort of a blog spam . So nobody on the left is talking about this total news sources, 30 leaning left one leaning, right? 22. Everything else is a blind spot. Only 4% left bias. This new story is a blind spot for people on the left. Share it to spread the word because nobody's talking about the president's son being a dirt bag, and apparently opening up this administration to a serious problem involving compromise . All right . So let's go through, we've got some video here. Most of it's very, very much a blacked out. You might want to get your vomit bucket ready? If you had one fair warning on this, we're going to take a look at this first. Here is the full transcript of what was happening. Uh, you can see here, here is hunter Biden , uh , shirtless. All right , so now this is going to all be PG, no warnings here. We're not going to look at any nudity. Everything is blacked out and censored . So we should be okay here on YouTube. Let's see what's going on here. This is the full transcript. Hunter says to a prostitute about his laptop, says , uh , you know, I just thought of something. When I was in California, before I met you, I was with these guys. The one guy was not like you anyway. Uh, primarily my source. Okay. I spent effing crazy amounts of money. I went to Las Vegas. He said it would be one day. I made him a promise. Me. It would be one day says I hate Vegas. So literally after 18 days going around from penthouse suite to penthouse, suite four different hotels, thousands of dollars, I didn't even know he had my credit card. He said, we got half off. I was like, great. Then I found out it was 10,000 a night. I'm like, what? And each night he'd be like, there's going to be so many people here, crazy effing party in each night. It's nobody, here's a little bit of a sound clip from the video.

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And they kicked everybody out. Okay . And they had cleaned up the entire class about everything and they were getting ready to leave. And I woke up really nice here . I don't know how long she would tell me . She usually they wouldn't call him and they didn't know where I was at first.

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All right. So hard to hear. So let's go back to the transcript. He says, hold on on ping . And so that's when I went into the pool, into the tub, into the hot tub above Palm Springs at hangs over the side more than I usually do. Way more than that. When I went out to the hot tub by myself at hangs over the edge of the effing top floor with glass. It's ridiculous. And so I'm sitting there and that's the last I remember I don't ever pass out ever. I wake up the only people that are there are Miguel, the guy frantically running around, gathering things up. Okay. Miguel and Pierce and this guy and his friends . So anyway, they had kicked everybody out. They had cleaned up the entire place, everything. Okay. And they were getting ready to leave. I woke up and there was this Russian 35 year old , really nice, pure brute brunette. I don't know how long she refused to leave until they, she refused to leave and they wouldn't call an ambulance. And they didn't know whether I was dead or not. At first till the says , uh, they couldn't just come over and check. And she says, and hunter says, they checked to see if I was breathing. When I finally showed signs of breath . At first I wasn't breathing. I was in an effing pool, face down. They didn't know how long she told me that they don't, you know, they were like, we thought we'd get everybody out because we didn't know because you know, we didn't want, if we had to call, we didn't want everybody to. And she went, no, they demanded that two months before says, continue with the story, please. She's on a clock. You know, she's got , hurry up hunter. Anyway, my computer, I had taken tons of like , uh , just left like that cam on. And she would always put in a passcode and all that. You know what I mean? It was effing crazy S and somebody stole it. During that period of time, he did all this kind of like pretend search and stuff. The last thing he sent me was $2,000 worth of stuff in an Uber. And he sent me an inaudible with Uber and I had to send the money to a cash app or something just waiting. says Las Vegas. Hunter says, I think that the one that stole my computer, I think the three of them, the three guys that were like a little group, the dealer and his two guys, I took them everywhere. Effing , everywhere. Crazy out of your mind, S the Russians, she she'd walk out with an effing bathing suit. In her hand, they have videos of me doing this. They have videos of me doing crazy effing sex effing , you know, says , uh , how long ago did this happen? Probably wondering if he's been tested since she said , he says, summer says, so it would have been out already if they, and he says, no, no, no. Because my dad is running for president. He is, he is. I talk about it all the time. If they do, he also knows. I make like a gazillion dollars says, so they'd try to blackmail you. He says, yeah, in some way, here it is.

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Okay . What does the computer, they have videos of me doing this. They're basically doing , like I said before. Yeah. So it would have been, yes, I've got that book , the optimal pick away . And then he also knows I make like a Pacific competed back and that'll give me a percentage. That would be good in some way , because he says he feels that I'm purposely to TMC , CDP sales .

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All right. So , uh , yikes. So yeah, that's troubling, right? President, sun tire laptops , bunch of crazy sex activities on there. Any one of those, if it ever broke through the mainstream media, if they ever actually talked about any of this, which they never will, because all they do is just communicate the messages from our ruling class. They're sort of the , uh , spokespeople for them. So now that since they are all such Biden , sycophants, we were never going to hear about this. And , uh , the media, of course, to their credit, they are asking Jen, Psaki about the important issues like about whether Joe Biden's going to go visit hunter Biden's fungus exhibit. Here it is.

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Uh , also the galleries managing, who has been tasked with ensuring the buyers, hunter Biden's artwork remain anonymous. He said that hunter will be attending his , his opening as well next month. And at friends and families will be attending as well. Does the president or first lady plan on attending that opening? I'm not aware of plans for them to report . We got no plans.

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Oh, Hey Jen . You know, we got some very important things to talk about hunter. Biden's going to be selling his $500,000 money laundering artwork is Joe Biden going to go over there and see it. There's no plans for that next question, please. Right ? Don't ask me about that stuff. That's from Jen Saki . So that's the president's son in the white house. Smartest man. Our president knows doing good work out there. Let's take a [email protected] on this one. Reminder, if you had a question that you sent earlier, please send it again. We have Sergeant Bob says where he's been in sleepy Joe's basement. Another snowflake that cannot bear to leave home. Yeah. He's been grifting off his dad for his whole life. So why stop now? We have Kathy [inaudible] Kathy. It's easier to pronounce. I'll try to remember that says , uh , daddy needs to take all the laptops and recording devices from hunter. Yeah , he's grounded. He should've been grounded a long time ago. Very bad. Not, you know, no allowance for him anymore. No trading on daddy's name anymore. Son you're grounded. But uh, but Joe Biden apparently doesn't know where he is. Most of the time or know that Joe Biden or hunter buy-ins doing any of that stuff. Wild malice says you either corrupt or evil. Not both does that from a , from a Michael malice in the house. Is he on the show? Get out of here. Can't be Michael malice . That'd be a nice thing. Uh , says Watson O says, did you see the Russians video of the prostitute peeing on Donald Trump? No, I never did see that. Is there a, a video of that? If there is, that would be good to know about, but I heard it was in a dossier called the Steele dossier and it never, it never came to light. Did it? The pee tape, the mysterious Pete tape. Where'd that ever go? Hunter Biden is here, says, Rob, Rob, why don't we focus on all the negativity I do. Watch your show. Keep up the good work hunter Biden's here. Well, hunter it's because you are a terrible person. We have to talk about it. Jeremy M says, when people see this topic, they think scandal. When I see this topic, I see an opportunity for a lesson and the absolute necessity of securing your devices. Laptops can easily be set up with encryption and secured with a $35 USB UTF to Fido key that can help you ditch your passwords. Learn the right lesson with this story. Yes, Jeremy is absolutely right. Secure your sex tapes, especially if you are a vice president son, hello. Obviously he didn't get the memo. I think he was on all sorts of like porn sites also in general, like he actually created like social media profiles on these porn sites. Like, Hey, yo , uploading this stuff and commenting on the photos. I like that. And I don't like that. He needs a therapist is what he needs. Probably a team, maybe an entire wing of a university to figure out what's going on with him. Sharon Quinn . He says, oh, Paulie's did you have to us that totally gross out picture of the smartest man known to our dear and most Agus leader, I could have lived happily a long time without ever seeing that more on shirtless Sharon , look, sometimes I do my very best to make sure that those things don't make it onto this channel,

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But I saw it. And that means you have to see it, Sharon. Sorry, love ya. But if I had to see it, you got it

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Now to be fair. I am pretty, pretty, pretty reasonable about this yesterday. Sergeant Bob also had some concerns that we might have seen a cackling Kamala on the screen. And of course I didn't do that. Okay. So I'm not always such a, such a monster. Like I am today showing you hunter, but I gave you fair warning. I said, get your vomit buckets ready? I got mine here. So we're all adults here, hunter Biden. Yes, he is disgusting, but he's in the white house and many people put them there and an immediate was complicit in the coverup. All right . Good to see you, Sharon, be brave says, does hunter think he hooked

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Up? Think the hooked up

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The hook gives a crap about his BS? How did he know? They thought he might be dead.

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Good question. Uh,

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Sure. I'm sure she doesn't care at all. He probably is just a very insecure person that needs to talk to somebody and this is how he gets through it. And he's probably a very broken man. Candidly he's Joe Biden's son. He's been living in the disgusting hell hole of DC, his entire life. So, you know, I have a little bit of empathy for him. I really don't have much though, because he constantly uses this. I'm an addict excuse, which is not an excuse to be a terrible person. You can be an addict and a good person and just have a problem with an addiction just because you're an addict. Doesn't automatically make you a terrible person. And it's offensive when people try to conflate the two, because they're not the same. And hunter Biden here has been exploiting his father's names on the back of the American people, our entire lives. Do you think that he's really worth $80,000 a month for on the board of barista ? Did you see him? Did you see how he talked and how he communicated? He is a crack head. He has no business being in anywhere near the white house. And quite frankly, neither does Joe Biden, but the media didn't talk about any of this. Have they talked about this? Do you think any of the independent middle of the road , uh, you know, truly independent voters out there that might have a problem with this. Do you think that they would have just lined up to get behind Joe Biden? You take a look at Donald Trump's family, got some criticisms there, but they all are kind of unified, right? There's no sex tapes for Don, Jr. That we know of. There's nothing like that. Going on. That's been floating around. The worst thing that we saw out of there with Don Jr . Was a conversation with a Russian ambassador in Trump tower. You know , during the election turns out that whole thing was a bunch of nonsense anyways. So major, double standards. But we already know this. We live in a fake media environment where they just propagandize for their political parties. We got Sergeant

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Bob says , uh, sorry .

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Bob says, prince Andrew is topping this guy. Not that was okay. So Pennsylvania prince Andrew has topping

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This guy. Not that Pennsylvania

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Was okay. I don't know what that means. Sergeant Bob, I apologize. Josh SESCO says he probably spent more time talking to the than he did getting his money's worth. Oh no. I see what you're saying. There that's a , uh , that's a that's that's a short joke. Isn't it? It's a short joke. Thunder seven says I find it very interesting that all the smut impossible criminal activities by hunter and Joe are being slowly leaked me, thinks the Trump loyalists and the government are doing this because there's no way the old Biden regime would leak it. The public are getting more and more angry and will soon demand the DOJ arrest him and the entire crime family. It's going to be too egregious to be ignored. Yeah. If you were the Russians, if you were an opposing party that did have compromise , right? You would continue

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To drip. It very slowly in little

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Dopamine hits for the general population. You'd wait until there was a little bit of

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A momentum,

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Right? And then you just wait for the flood gates to open, wait until the media captures it. And then you go to Joe Biden and you say, listen, this is where we're at right now. This is what I need you to do in the Ukraine or in chromia . Or I need you to do this with China. I need you to engage with this with the app with Afghanistan. Otherwise we're going to unleash

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This dossier

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Of your disgusting son, engaged with all sorts of disgusting activities, maybe involving some very serious criminalities or else you do this

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Or this pick one. That's a problem. Joe Biden.

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You see him at those pictures, hugging and loving his son. That's great. He loves his son, but would he be willing to do

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That with anybody

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In his administration, be willing to skate , you know , scoot something through in order to

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Save face . You better believe it

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Gunner says, Rob, you're just being paranoid. It was Trump. Who is Putin's puppet.

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Remember? Oh, I forgot. I

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Know I'm so thank you for the reminder ghost . I also remember when Facebook and Twitter scrubbed Biden, laptop story as fake news. Yeah . They banned the New York post. They banned the entire breaking [inaudible]

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The organization that broke the story, banned them during the election.

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These people are crooks. Doesn't the FBI have Hunter's other laptop. I heard there was some pretty compromising stuff on there where even Hannity's lawyers say they shouldn't be getting access to it. Yeah. I heard a lot about that. I'm sure it's out there. I'm sure somebody is going to continue to drip it. I'm sure it's going to continue to be a problem for the Biden administration. We have a hunter Biden is an idiot here says, gosh, hunter is such an idiot that he would learn his lesson on cybersecurity. Use, end to end encryption encrypt the hard drive. Don't talk to hookers. Don't snort, snort Parmesan cheese. The hunter situation is a funny train wreck. Yeah. It is a train wreck. Most of the administration is we have Joe Biden says, did you see the tape of the Russian hookers peeing on hunter? No, but it's probably on the laptop that I believe is there. That one I actually believe is we have a Sergeant. Bob says thanks for a great week. I love the big beautiful spotlight. Thank you Sergeant Bob. I appreciate you being here being a part of the show, asking great questions. Dropping good comments. Chairman of board says much of the controversy was about the original laptop and whether the info on it would compromise. The president hunter just literally said he feared blackmail since this was some time ago. How do we know that the blackmail didn't already happen? You're right. We don't nobody's asking any questions or investigating it. PS . My favorite part is the Russian. Please continue with the story. She's all .

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She was probably recording it all. Yeah. Right,

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Right. Very matter of fact. Very interesting. Please continue. What else happened? Okay. And anything else? Perfect. All right . So here's some more cocaine , uh , snort the hell out of that and a blackout over there because now I know that I'm just going to take that laptop as soon as you're blacked out there in the bed. All right , bye. Good to see you chairman. I think you're absolutely onto something. She was over it. Uh, you can't, you can't blame her VMT because prime says, if I had a dad like Joe Biden, I would probably need a therapist to the guy. Seems like one of those dads where if you're not doing everything perfect, that he would tell you what an embarrassment you work behind closed doors. Yes. That's so like, like in those movies, right where you have a beautiful family and everything's happy and go-lucky, and then the, the guests leave after the dinner party and the husband's like, and the whole thing turns sour. Maybe Joe binds like that. I don't know. I think he's too demented now for any real vigor like that, but whatever we have a jury or spider says, say it with me. Beijing biter is a trader who pimped out his last elected office to the highest bidder, including communist China using his credit card ,

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Not as an intermediary. Uh ,

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It's a pretty nice, that's a pretty nice sentence there . Beijing biter is a tree . Beijing Biden is a trader pimped out his last elected office to the highest bidder, including communist China using his crack head son as an intermediary. I like it. It's pretty poetic. It has a nice cadence to it. Nice alliteration there. Well done. That was from dreary or spider. Very poetic should start a , maybe a children's book. We have Hunter's Biden. Laptop says, dear Russians, please wipe my memory already. I can't stand having these images in my Ram any longer, Joe Biden will compensate you for your troubles and MSM. As a joke says in Australia, they did not cover the hunter Biden story did not report on the possible COVID super spreader at Obama's party. This really highlights how the mainstream media is trash and the people should not believe it. Yeah, they are true . They are just the worst. When Trump said that though, the enemy of the people he's absolutely right. They are. I didn't think that at first I thought that maybe he was being a little bit hyperbolic with his language, but no they're trash . They don't report on anything unless it serves their interests . And so they are not independent at all. We have three girls . He says, you know how many drug addicts say there ? Things were stolen when they were really used as payment for drugs, a lot people sell their kids, baby formula so they can get drugs. This laptop wasn't stolen. He was on his next binge. He needed to keep it up. So he gave his laptop to them. When he was sober, he realized what of stupid mistake he made. I don't believe this for one hot, second people are buying his awful straw paintings for the drug content and access to his dad. You're right about that three girls . And that , that is a great point. Right? You know ,

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It could easily

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Maybe that or a combination of the two, the point is that they're gone and nobody's asking questions about it. And it might actually implicate American security in some serious way legitimately. All right . Joe Biden says, it's Dr. Jill Biden, not Jill Biden. Keep that straight. Are you really a doctor ? Jill, are you? I don't know. I think you have the official. Okay. We have Jerry . I won't question it. Dr. Jill Biden. Well done with your son. Nice job. Jeremy madrina says, by the way, getting back to the gym this month has already paid off. Good for you, brother. I forgot how good it feels to exercise. If anyone is always feeling down, get out there and get the heart rate up. Great show as always. Thanks again for the encouragement. That's for Jeremy. Machida love it, Jeremy. Uh , I'm reading a book right now. It's called the art of impossible. And uh , in there it's a great book. Not done with it yet, but in there he talks about exercise being non-negotiable mandatory. Something that I've sort of practiced my whole life, even when I was a little bit heavier than usual, but I always thought that it was very critical for my performance. Anytime I stopped exercising, everything gets worse. Everything, my sleep gets worse. My appetite gets worse. My attitude gets worse, everything. And so even if you can only hit it for 30 minutes a day, just get the blood moving a little bit. That's enough to really elevate everything else that you do. And the book, the art of impossible talks about it. And it gives you a very good medical reason for that, what it does to your endorphins and everything like that. Get it in there. Otherwise everything else you're doing is sort of going to be muted a little bit. So congratulations, Jeremy. I know you have, I think you have a trip coming up. I'm excited for that. You're going to be looking in tip top shape for that baby. It's going to be beautiful. Thanks for sharing that with us today. We have over here, hunter Biden says, Hey, chairman of the board doesn't know what he's talking about. That asked me to continue my story because she was, it was interesting. And she really cares about me.

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Ah ,

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You're right, hunter. She does care about you. They all care about you. You're very special. Yes we have over here. [inaudible] prime says, remember popular media, new sources. Aren't popular because you like them. They're popular because someone else likes them. Might be good to figure out who that someone else is. Ooh . Yeah. That's a good, that's a very good point. Who might that be? Who might be sending the memo to everybody about what to cover and what not to cover, right? How do they, how does that happen? We saw on ground news, none of the mainstream media is even talking about it. That how cause there's collusion to use their word. We have over here, Vienna . Cause that was from the antichrist prime. Josh, John Helgren says, this is a national security threat. Mainstream media ignoring. This is sincerely frightening. It is, but they're doing it because it serves their ends. They don't care about the country. They don't care about you. They don't care about your life and wellbeing . They care about power, political power, keeping it and maintaining it. So they're going to continue to report on what serves them. All right. We have some super chats coming in. Let's see over here, we have Alex bogey. He is here, says whatever happened, all of Hunter's tax evasion charges in Delaware and New York are the AGS just scared to go to court because of the Biden, Sr . Uh , probably, I mean, they're not prosecuting even Cuomo for anything. So the last I heard was it was just an investigation. So there was no formal , uh , charges or documents or anything like that. That was underway. They announced that they were doing an inquiry. The Biden people through hunter Biden came out. We're we're cooperating with them. And that was the last I heard. But you're right though. That was something that was floating around. I think it's probably not going to go anywhere. Right? It's the president's son. It is an entirely corrupt department of justice. They are doing everything they can. Joe Biden says, I need to , uh, I need to be able to mandate vaccines. And they say , well, they're experimental. I don't care. I need, I needed anyways, Don Johnson from OLC, the office of legal counsel says you got it. What do you need, Joe? Got that perfect signs. That order drafts it all up goes finds a bunch of obscure legal precedent. Here it is. You can vaccine, whatever you want. Joe mandate away have fun. Go hog. Wild. Joe Biden says that's great. Excellent job. I also need Donald Trump's taxes. No problem. I can do that too. I'm Don Johnson OLC . He goes over there. Bubba cramps up something, sends it over to the white house. Perfect. Now we can get Donald Trump's taxes as well, so they can just kind of get whatever they want. And in this case they don't want hunter Biden to be charged with a crime. So DOJ, OLC, AIG , all of them are all just going to Nope , we investigated it. Couldn't find anything. And uh , thanks for asking Jen Sakhi . We'll go back out there and say , uh , we've answered this. Doocy thanks. And that's all we'll get out of it. Uh, that's your, that's your white house we have here. Eddie Oliver says the difference is the trumps were rich before politics. The Bidens were rich after and makes a difference when you're talking basic corruption. Yeah . How do these Congress people making $170,000 or whatever it is suddenly end up with $200 million in their bank account. How does that work? Very, very curious. Isn't it a great questions. Let's see any more over here. No, we're all cued up my friends. I think that's it for the questions. And I really do appreciate all of that amazing questions from watching the watchers.locals.com . I want to welcome some new members who just signed up this week. Big shout outs to ju TA em kit. We have, [inaudible] signed up a welcome to you. We got Dave or sec signed up for the year. Shifty shift joined up 5 0 3 unlimited. I think that's Portland. Mary B 5 85 signed up the real Patriot. Laura SBD Rodrig 1 8, 8, and Wendy deer . And also a big shout out to Terrance K for that lovely letter that you sent as well as welcome to all of the people who joined last week. If you want to be a part of the community, you can do so by going over to watching the watchers.locals.com, sign up, you can join us on our next monthly locals meetup via zoom Saturday, August 28th, seven to 8:00 PM Eastern time. It's a lot of fun. We get to know each other, we're building a community and of course we want you to be there. So if you want to join in, it's watching the watchers.locals.com and I'm seeing one more super chat coming in here from Eddie Oliver says hunter Biden should have a reality show or a sit-com based on his life. We can call

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It, oh , hunter,

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With an exclamation point. That's going to come up on the screen here in a minute. Uh , read with emotions. You can call it.

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Oh, hunter. [inaudible] ,

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It's kind of one of those , um, really, you know , boneheaded things. Oh, it's hunter bikes .

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Oh, hunter weren't want one.

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And so that's from Eddie Oliver. Great suggestion. Uh, probably get as much views as Brian Stelter does on a nightly basis. So probably like 10, 12 people would watch that. But I like the idea anyways. We could have fun with that. So , uh , great questions. Uh , once again, big shout outs to all the support on locals and on YouTube super chats came in from Eddie Oliver, Alex bogey, Karim Lynda another several from Eddie . Thank you, Eddie. For all of that. Today, Josh came in Marine, Kareem , Phil, and other , uh, Kareem also , uh, several of those Austin rye. You , uh , really do appreciate all of that. Very generous as you know, YouTube de monetizes, our live streams almost immediately after we're done with them. And then they don't re monetize them until the next day when most of the views have already gone because we're getting ready for the next show. And so the super chats and things like that, the support on locals, it really does mean the world to me. Thank you very much for that. So , uh , that is it. My friends, that's all we've got for today. We had a busy week. We covered a lot of ground, but you know what? It was going to be a lot more to do next week because the chaos, the madness, the Tom to the , uh , tragedies around the world will carry on and we've got to talk about it . We've got to make sure that we keep our bearings straight, that we stay grounded, that we stay focused on the big picture that we don't let all of the negativity and all of the doom and gloom of the world infect us, come into our lives and throw us off base because it's very easy to let that toxicity drag you down. And we don't want that to happen. We want to come back and make sure that we're aligned with our values, our principles, make sure that we're talking here about accountability, transparency, and justice, and make sure that we're grounded and ready to rock and roll because there's more work to do. And we're going to get back to it next week. I hope you can join us for it. 4:00 PM Arizona time, 5:00 PM, mountain 6:00 PM. Central 7:00 PM on the east coast. And for that one, Florida man, everybody else have a tremendous, tremendous weekend unplugged from politics. Spend time with family sleep very well, eat some good food. I will see you all back here on Monday. Have a great weekend. My friends and bye-bye .