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1230: Avocado Cartel

Adam Curry & John C. Dvorak

3h 16m
April 2nd, 2020
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Executive Producers: Sir Onymous of Dogpatch and lower Slobbovia, Cirina Catania, Jeffrey Sackett, Fawaz Al-Duaij, Dude Named Sven, Sir JD- Baron of Si Con Val

Associate Executive Producers: Sir 305, Clayton Usher, Tristan "Onion" Martens, Daniel Mariano, Jason Zeisler

Cover Art by Mountain Jay

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Start of Show
Woodstock
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    there will be cake Adam curry Jhansi
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    Dvorak's Thursday April 2nd 2020 this is
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    your award winning game on Asian media
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    assassination episode 1230 this is no
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    agenda of the drone star state in the
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    morning everybody
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    I'm Adam curry man from Northern Silicon
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    Valley where the garbage trucks are out
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    there working I'm John see you tomorrow
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    oh yes the true heroes on the front
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    lines sanitation workers is is their
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    official title yeah sanitation
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    sanitation our garbage workers or as we
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    used to call them g-men
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    I think we can still call them g-men I
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    don't know him dad never heard that Oh
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    my parents always called him called the
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    garbage guys g-men G for garbage but
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    they're also government so as g-men huh
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    and it's kind of funny in a spooky kind
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    of way yeah it's for us as implications
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    of the the FBI being the garbageman
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    so hey all you cool cats and kittens
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    it's Carol Baskin here with Big Cat
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    Rescue have you been watching you know
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    so I started this everybody they said
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    whatever that shows called it is
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    becoming popular amongst the Twitter
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    users yes keeps cropping up and I got
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    through most of the first episode and I
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    agree I think it's a great show it's
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    very entertaining but it but is tedious
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    and these douchebags like so much of
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    them you can stand as you go through the
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    douche bag douche bag
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    I got the douche bag I got the douche
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    bag itch I got the douche bag itch I
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    couldn't do anything about it and so I
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    got to stop watching them okay well I
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    understand I understand but if you hang
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    in there yeah it gets better with every
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    hip so it just gets nuttier hard to
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    believe everything good though everyone
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    healthy everyone fine yeah yeah
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    Cristina has a headache and
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    sinus issues now but no coughs oh well
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    it's not it's a head symptoms supposedly
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    first of all a lot of people lose their
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    sense of smell yes she still has that
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    okay with it and she and Jenna then as a
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    lung infection not a sinus infection so
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    she sounds to me as though she has a
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    headache and that's what she says that
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    daddy just got the sniffles don't worry
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    about it but they're terrorizing people
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    in the Netherlands right now it's so
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    horrible why not
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    now let's look at it from the
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    perspective of the government what could
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    be more fun nothing if in fact I have
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    several great examples of that but first
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    big changes afoot something happened
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    something changed and it it started
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    Sunday right after our show now notice
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    if you can see the difference between
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    the opening of president Trump's regular
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    coronavirus briefing and the one he did
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    Sunday I think this was in the Rose
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    Garden I want to start today by
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    highlighting several critical
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    developments on both the testing and
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    treatment that will help us win our war
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    against the corona virus what has
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    changed there
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    I don't know he's no longer saying the
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    Chinese virus oh he has stopped saying
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    the Chinese virus after his phone call
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    with president G this is very no turning
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    chip yes well I think the bargaining
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    chip was already put out there and I
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    think that the aide at least part of a
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    deal surfaced yesterday I'm going to
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    remind everybody of something that just
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    happened last week this is a quick recap
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    clip from Sunday's show today I'm here
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    to talk about the former Maduro regime
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    and it's direct participation in
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    narco-terrorism corruption money
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    laundering and drug trafficking as you
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    will hear the Department of Justice is
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    announcing the unsealing of a
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    superseding indictment filed in the
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    Southern District of New York against
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    four defendants including Nicolas Maduro
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    as well as the current head of
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    Venezuela's Constituent Assembly the
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    former director of military intelligence
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    and a former high-ranking general for
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    their involvement in narco-terrorism so
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    these were just three of the coveted
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    sealed indictments that were superseding
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    sealed indictments which is indictment
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    on steroids though that was very
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    interesting that that just popped up and
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    we played that and didn't think much
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    about it and you wouldn't even have
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    known until about I don't think much I
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    thought much about it personally you
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    wouldn't have known until 30 minutes
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    into yesterday's briefing how these
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    things tied together because yesterday
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    the corona team came out but wait it
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    wasn't the corona team it was the
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    Department the Secretary of Defense it
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    was the it was Bill Barr it was lots of
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    Admirals and generals and medals and
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    this was the opening of yesterday's
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    corona virus briefing today the United
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    States is launching
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    enhance counter-narcotics operations
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    whenever you hear the word enhanced you
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    know it's really effed up
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    it's like enhanced interrogation and
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    enhance anything is usually not good
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    when the United States is doing it to
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    you
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    enhanced counter-narcotics operations in
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    the Western Hemisphere to protect the
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    American people from the deadly scourge
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    of illegal narcotics we must not let the
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    drug czars exploit the pandemic to
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    threaten American lives in cooperation
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    with the 22 partner nations 22 u.s.
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    Southern Command will increase
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    surveillance disruption and seizures of
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    drug shipments and provide additional
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    support for eradication efforts which
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    are going on right now at a record pace
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    we're deploying additional Navy
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    destroyers combat ships aircraft and
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    helicopters Coast Guard cutters and air
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    force surveillance aircraft doubling our
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    capabilities in the region secretary
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    mark s / Attorney General Bill Barr
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    national security adviser Robert O'Brien
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    will provide more details in addition
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    I'm going to have general Milley who's
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    done an incredible job so many ways so
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    it's it's still kind of unclear what
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    we're doing but then a map goes up and
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    the Secretary of Defense comes up to
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    speak mark Esper well thank you mr.
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    president and good afternoon everyone I
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    appreciate the opportunity to be here
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    today as we make this very important
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    announcement at a time when the nation
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    and the department defense are focused
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    on protecting the American people from
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    the spread of the corona virus we also
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    remain vigilant to the many other
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    threats our country faces today at the
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    president's direction the department
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    defense in close cooperation with our
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    interagency partners began enhanced
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    counter narcotics operations in the
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    eastern Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean
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    Sea this initiative is part of the
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    administration's whole-of-government
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    approach to combating the flow of
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    illicit drugs into the United States and
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    protecting the American people from
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    their scourge so I love
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    saying the the what was it exactly the
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    East Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea
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    yeah then they showed the map and
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    there's all these naval ships right to
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    the north of Venezuela we're taking over
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    Venezuela we're gonna arrest everybody
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    while everyone else is looking the other
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    way they just put it out there never
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    even mention Venezuela in this it's all
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    Venezuela they're gonna arrest them and
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    we know Guido was set up in the State of
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    the Union with oh there's legitimate
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    president which he's not this is pretty
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    brazen and I think Trump got permission
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    from G so hey we're coming in we're
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    gonna do this back off and maybe it's
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    also to stop some fentanyl trafficking
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    they they're all over the place 22
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    nations participated in this the eastern
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    Pacific mentioning that specifically is
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    innocent yes exactly so so they're well
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    they're all let's see what happens
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    they're all off to the coast of the
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    Enhanced that's line enhanced and this
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    now this will give the cue boys and
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    girls a lot of extra fodder
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    because of course the ships make it
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    looks like they read off Venezuela but
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    but really they're right near the
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    Caribbean they're right in the little
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    st. James island or whatever so who
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    knows exactly what's happening but I
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    thought it was really interesting that
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    that just popped up and they went off
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    and then the coronavirus briefing
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    continued was really quite spectacular
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    well we'll see I agree I think they're
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    gonna take I don't know I mean it's a
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    good time to do it yeah that it's
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    enhanced it's a chance to update this is
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    the the lengthy but interesting NBC News
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    Corona update keeping this up just from
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    yesterday I think tonight FEMA is
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    bringing in hundreds of ambulances to
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    help with record-breaking 911 New York
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    and more temporary hospitals are opening
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    as the city wages war on the virus from
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    this naval hospital ship two tents in
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    Central Park to this massive Convention
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    Center and now authorities are planning
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    to retrofit this tennis stadium the site
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    of the US Open the
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    capacity maxed out we predict the
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    potential at all of those beds all
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    20,000 will have to be turned into
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    intensive care beds to focus on kovat 19
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    patients who are really really sick that
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    gives you a sense of just how abnormal
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    it could be the tri-state region now
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    topping 90,000 confirmed cases of kovat
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    19 and more than 1500 deaths today 15
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    percent of the NYPD called out sick
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    overnight the Empire State Building
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    pulsed red to honor medical workers as
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    more heart-wrenching stories pour in
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    elicit igari an ER nurse in New Jersey
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    is overwhelmed and seeing more of her
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    colleagues get sick taking care of
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    patients coming in Eric blue tiger is an
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    ER doctor in Queens I just got out of my
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    10-hour shift and it feels like playing
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    dominoes every single minute over 10
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    hours straight
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    feeling like any one of your patients is
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    about to fall and collapse and today the
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    virus hit home for New York Governor
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    Andrew Cuomo his brother CNN anchor
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    Chris Cuomo tested positive the governor
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    now says there's a lesson here for all
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    families about keeping their distance
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    two weeks ago my mother was at his house
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    and I said that is a mistake so many
  • 11:13
    families now waiting for word about
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    their loved ones from a distance his
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    kidneys have failed as a result of all
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    the stress on his body
  • 11:27
    Amy Breslow husband tested positive and
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    is now intubated she drove him to the
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    hospital but wasn't allowed to stay now
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    she's pleading for plasma donors for an
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    experimental treatment in just one
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    six-hour stretched New York City saw an
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    average of one coronavirus death every
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    three minutes
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    you know this whole fear scam because I
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    think that's really that is definitely a
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    scam is all in the numbers it's all in
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    this data which I do want to talk
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    about but just hearing this I believe it
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    important it is important for Brian
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    Williams to remind us what the media's
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    job is our job tonight actually is to
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    scare people to death and he's doing a
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    fine job of it well the thing is that
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    these numbers like for example in a not
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    continuously but in a small period of
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    time they were having one death every
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    three minutes right and it wasn't like
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    suppose you could you have one death
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    everything you know how many people die
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    every second or you know in the United
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    States we have 7500 people dying every
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    day every day yes and that's one every
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    12 seconds so this isn't even getting to
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    the pace of the you know they're just
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    every day dropping dead well I'd like to
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    address the hospital numbers first
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    because now there's there's even a
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    Twitter trend now people are going to
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    the local hospital filming saying hey
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    where's all the panic that you're
  • 13:01
    getting into and just seeing that
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    there's not as much panic as perhaps is
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    perceived and if you look back at 20 18
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    I have a whole bunch of articles I've
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    put them in the show notes any show
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    notes calm I'll just read the the the
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    publication and the headline Time
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    magazine hospitals overwhelmed by flu
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    patients are treating them intense Los
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    Angeles Times California hospitals face
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    a war zone of flu patients and are
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    setting up tents to treat them to treat
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    the remember this was just for the flu
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    overwhelmed by flu cases some ers turn
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    ambulances away CBS News widespread flu
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    overwhelming hospitals and doctors
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    offices throughout Louisiana AP flu
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    season overwhelming hospital's flu
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    epidemic is overwhelming California ers
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    as death talk that's all 2018 flu so you
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    know this the supply chain just in time
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    what is it the six six blue system
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    that's obviously just been maintained
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    and has not ever been really jacked up
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    to deal with any kind of Christ crisis
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    of this magnitude and then you go to the
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    Twitter Brigade who are out on the
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    streets I thought this one was pretty
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    funny
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    this guy is walking around he can
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    the think he's in Brooklyn and he can't
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    see any any panic there's you know just
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    very quiet nothing going on there's a
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    couple of street vendors are set up
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    selling food on the street and those
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    guys now they know what's going on very
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    good attention so they were just not
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    seeing that kind of panic that that is
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    being portrayed certainly with the
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    numbers again as all these numbers about
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    masks and ventilator I've gotten I got a
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    lot of detail information our producers
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    are really fantastic
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    first of all I've learned something very
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    important about the ventilators this is
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    from one of our producers all of them
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    need to remain anonymous of course there
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    are certainly patients who have kovat
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    who are sick enough to require a
  • 16:14
    breathing machine but the main reason
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    for increased demand not discussed in
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    the media is we are putting these
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    patients on ventilators when we normally
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    would not you played a clip from the NYC
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    doctor and show 12 21 29 who mentioned
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    the aerosol ization of the virus
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    the virus is not normally airborne but
  • 16:33
    if some of the droplets that contain the
  • 16:35
    virus are small enough it can linger in
  • 16:37
    the air as your New York City doctor
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    described some medical procedures
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    increase aerosolization or droplets we
  • 16:43
    learned this from SARS CPAP and BiPAP
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    machines nebulize medications like kids
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    would get when they have an asthma
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    attack all aerosolized bacteria and
  • 16:52
    viruses into finer droplets so the point
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    is the reason they need a lot of
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    respirators or ventilators is to keep
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    the hospitals clean and the hospital
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    staff safe people who actually really
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    need ventilators go straight to
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    intubation
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    so typically those people would first
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    get a respirator or ventilator then if
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    it got bad they would go on intubation
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    now when they have actual sick people in
  • 17:21
    order to maintain the virus inside their
  • 17:24
    breathing system with the ventilator
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    which which you know has filters and
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    kind of a closed system in that regard
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    that's why they need so that's why they
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    claim they need so many so that kind of
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    solves part of the issue of well we
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    don't really have that many sick people
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    but we need a lot of ventilators and
  • 17:43
    another piece of data is that you know
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    GM had to be threatened under the
  • 17:50
    defense a defense production act to
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    start making ventilators you heard about
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    this yeah well turns out this wasn't
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    only about price yeah
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    bless what Trump said they implied and
  • 18:05
    the reason why is GM Ford sister
  • 18:08
    corporation actually makes ventilators
  • 18:11
    so they have them they have actual
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    ventilators Denso as the name of the
  • 18:15
    company that's owned by who
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    it says sister kites a GM subsidiary huh
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    so they were totally being douchebags
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    and just holding out for a better price
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    let it's the American Way yes it's not
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    surprising but it's just you don't get
  • 18:35
    this kind of information you don't hear
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    about it you don't know it's just it's
  • 18:38
    so everything's so brief just plus right
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    over everything got a guy contacted me
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    it was a major trucker mm-hmm and he was
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    talking about because here we're
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    supposedly going to turn Moscone Center
  • 18:54
    into a hospital and they're gonna move
  • 18:59
    the homeless into the Hyatt Regency and
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    all the high-end hotels but he's say the
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    saying based on what's been going on is
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    that this they may not be doing any of
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    this because I think the hotels are or
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    saying no because who needs it and me
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    because he just made a huge delivery of
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    Bob Barker mattresses which is Bob
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    Barker I don't know if it's the same Bob
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    Barker who is the development yeah but
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    he it's the largest company that
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    delivers for incarceration operations
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    it's a number one supplier you can look
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    it up of beds mattresses and things for
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    jails mm-hmm so they've made a delivery
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    of a huge amount of these mattresses to
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    the Moscone Center and supposedly for
  • 19:48
    the homeless we're gonna move the
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    homeless in there and put him on jail
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    bedding for prisons and you know I was
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    thinking about this because I just got
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    this note and so the and he's got
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    pictures of the boxes and boxes full of
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    these mattresses from Bob Barker and I'm
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    thinking look if you're gonna this is
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    probably I'm guessing that a prison
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    mattress is probably the one of the most
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    heavy-duty things you could possibly
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    imagine you know made out of just solid
  • 20:20
    you know smashed cotton or who knows
  • 20:24
    what because they probably have to take
  • 20:26
    a beating and it would be so probably so
  • 20:30
    much cheaper just to employ caspere or
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    the my pillow guy or one of these
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    characters that make this foam crap
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    which is cranked out by the millions you
  • 20:40
    there's a chunk of foam and that they've
  • 20:42
    talked the public into sleeping on and
  • 20:45
    just throw this foam in there it just
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    probably say before so I betcha it's
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    costing a mint for these mattresses
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    there's no question in my mind about it
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    and then there's still prison mattress
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    ISM anyway there's a lot of stuff going
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    on that's not being reported let's let's
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    talk about the data because this is
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    there's something not being disclosed
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    which is extremely irritating and and I
  • 21:07
    think it's borderline dangerous but
  • 21:09
    first let's look at the elites and how
  • 21:12
    they're acting and when I talk about
  • 21:13
    that lease I'm looking at the World
  • 21:16
    Health Organization in particular at Ed
  • 21:19
    Ross now this is the Ethiopian who was a
  • 21:23
    minister of health and Ethiopia which i
  • 21:26
    think is a socialist government and his
  • 21:28
    entire campaign to become the director
  • 21:31
    of the World Health Organization was
  • 21:33
    financially supported by China by the
  • 21:35
    CCP so and this guy is pretty clearly on
  • 21:39
    the side of China with everything just
  • 21:41
    to give you an idea of where this guy's
  • 21:42
    head is at he truly thinks he is running
  • 21:45
    the ad the whole global operation and he
  • 21:48
    came on yesterday you know it's as if
  • 21:51
    five o'clock and oh there it is Ted
  • 21:53
    Rossi speaking from World Health
  • 21:55
    Organization headquarters listen up
  • 21:57
    everybody he's in charge good afternoon
  • 21:59
    and good evening wherever you are as we
  • 22:02
    enter the fourth month since the start
  • 22:05
    of the kovat 19 pandemic I am deeply
  • 22:08
    concerned about the rapid escalation and
  • 22:12
    global the spread of infection over the
  • 22:16
    past five weeks we have witnessed a near
  • 22:19
    exponential growth in the number of new
  • 22:23
    cases reaching almost every country
  • 22:26
    territory and area the number of deaths
  • 22:30
    has more than doubled in the past week
  • 22:33
    in the next few days we will reach 1
  • 22:38
    million confirmed cases and 50,000 days
  • 22:43
    I like how it says death is death many
  • 22:47
    countries are asking people to stay at
  • 22:50
    home and shutting down population
  • 22:53
    movement which can help to limit
  • 22:56
    transmission of the virus but can have
  • 22:59
    unintended consequences for the poorest
  • 23:02
    and most vulnerable people
  • 23:05
    I have called on governments to put in
  • 23:08
    place
  • 23:08
    shall welfare measures to ensure
  • 23:11
    venerable people have food and other
  • 23:13
    life essentials during this crisis so
  • 23:16
    instead of saying hey looks like
  • 23:18
    everyone's doing some for something for
  • 23:20
    their people
  • 23:20
    this guy says I have called I've called
  • 23:24
    on governments not world leaders not
  • 23:26
    presidents prime ministers I have called
  • 23:28
    on governments beneath us to do as we
  • 23:31
    say give your slave some money so they
  • 23:34
    have no deser and he spoke about
  • 23:37
    exponential this and exponential that
  • 23:39
    which is very reminiscent of our own
  • 23:41
    mister exponential who loves dropping
  • 23:43
    the magic number well let's say you have
  • 23:48
    a hundred cases and let's say you don't
  • 23:51
    do a shutdown then it grows 33% per day
  • 23:55
    so you take a hundred you get a thousand
  • 23:57
    and get 10,000 its exponential growth so
  • 24:00
    that's Bill Gates who's been everywhere
  • 24:03
    and with good reason because he's very
  • 24:06
    tied into this the Gates Foundation is a
  • 24:08
    big financial support of the World
  • 24:10
    Health Organization one of the biggest
  • 24:12
    ones besides the United States and it
  • 24:15
    looks like we're now getting into the
  • 24:17
    nitty-gritty of the models we're talking
  • 24:19
    about the numbers we're talking about
  • 24:20
    how it's presented to people and his
  • 24:26
    well you're gonna find out the Cheshire
  • 24:28
    Cat revealed himself on the previous
  • 24:31
    show and he was smiling at the mention
  • 24:32
    of Anthony foutch II who is our the
  • 24:36
    resident doctor who was being trusted
  • 24:39
    with all of this data and he was on Jake
  • 24:42
    Tapper CNN discussing the models how
  • 24:45
    many cases do you think the US will
  • 24:47
    reach a million cases to 10 million
  • 24:50
    cases or or these we or do we not even
  • 24:53
    have any idea you know Jake be honest to
  • 24:55
    be honest with you we don't really have
  • 24:57
    any firm idea there are things called
  • 24:59
    models models but someone creates a
  • 25:02
    model they put in various assumptions
  • 25:05
    and the model is only as good and as
  • 25:08
    accurate as your assumptions and
  • 25:09
    whenever the models come in they give a
  • 25:11
    worst-case scenario and a best-case
  • 25:14
    scenario
  • 25:14
    generally the reality is somewhere in
  • 25:17
    the middle I've never seen a model of
  • 25:20
    the diseases
  • 25:21
    I've dealt with which with the worst
  • 25:23
    case scenario actually came out they
  • 25:25
    always overshoot so when you use numbers
  • 25:27
    like a million a million and a half two
  • 25:29
    million that almost certainly is off the
  • 25:32
    chart now it's not impossible but very
  • 25:34
    very unlikely so it's difficult to
  • 25:37
    present I mean looking at what we're
  • 25:39
    seeing now you know I would say between
  • 25:41
    100 and 200 thousand cases but I don't
  • 25:43
    want to be held to that because it's
  • 25:46
    it's it's excuse me deaths I mean we're
  • 25:48
    gonna have millions of cases but I just
  • 25:50
    don't think that we really need to make
  • 25:53
    a projection when it's such a moving
  • 25:56
    target that you could so easily be wrong
  • 25:59
    and mislead people what we do know Jake
  • 26:02
    is that we got a serious problem in New
  • 26:04
    York we have a serious problem in New
  • 26:07
    Orleans and we're gonna be developing
  • 26:08
    serious problems in other areas so
  • 26:10
    although people like to model it let's
  • 26:13
    just look at the data of what we have
  • 26:15
    and not worry about these worst-case and
  • 26:18
    best-case scenarios this is a soft-pedal
  • 26:20
    for a change that was made in the data
  • 26:22
    that is not being disclosed or discussed
  • 26:25
    and it is what the president is
  • 26:26
    following in making decisions upon
  • 26:28
    according to dr. Burke's look we know it
  • 26:31
    is a hard pill to swallow so to speak
  • 26:33
    for the economy but to save lives we
  • 26:35
    have to continue this lockdown are you
  • 26:38
    confident he would listen to that advice
  • 26:40
    and take that advice I am confident that
  • 26:42
    the president has listened to and seen
  • 26:44
    all of our data as it involves I think
  • 26:47
    you can see that the president over
  • 26:49
    these three weeks has been very focused
  • 26:51
    on what the American people need both
  • 26:53
    economically and public health wise and
  • 26:56
    I think it's incumbent on every public
  • 26:58
    health official to be looking at their
  • 27:00
    data in a very granular way to
  • 27:01
    understand who's at risk who's at risk
  • 27:04
    of hospitalization who's at risk of
  • 27:06
    mortality how do we stop the spread and
  • 27:08
    really move to a 21st century super
  • 27:11
    computering approach rather than a more
  • 27:13
    generic slide rule-based approach I love
  • 27:16
    the all we're doing supercomputers
  • 27:18
    instead of slide rules
  • 27:20
    okay fine Burke's but here's the problem
  • 27:23
    the data is now from the so-called Chris
  • 27:26
    Murray model we went from the Imperial
  • 27:28
    model which was completely debunked had
  • 27:31
    to be
  • 27:32
    tracted downgraded by a factor of 25
  • 27:35
    this was the Neil Ferguson model and
  • 27:38
    that fell apart and and overnight almost
  • 27:41
    it went from the two million deaths in
  • 27:44
    the United States to two hundred
  • 27:45
    thousand but it was it was discredited
  • 27:49
    so they had to move to a different data
  • 27:51
    source who is Christopher Murray who had
  • 27:54
    created this model well Christopher
  • 27:57
    Murray heads up the Institute for Health
  • 28:02
    metrics and evaluation the Health
  • 28:05
    metrics and evaluation previously he
  • 28:08
    served as the director of the Harvard
  • 28:10
    initiative for global health and as
  • 28:12
    executive director of the evidence and
  • 28:14
    information for Policy cluster at the
  • 28:18
    World Health Organization oh isn't that
  • 28:20
    convenient he comes from the same nest
  • 28:21
    and he's also a Rhodes Scholar so that
  • 28:24
    just tells you about Christopher Murray
  • 28:26
    what is the Institute for Health metrics
  • 28:28
    and evaluation they do one thing they
  • 28:31
    retrieve information from hospitals and
  • 28:34
    doctors they compile that and then
  • 28:36
    create models that's all they do
  • 28:40
    founded in 2007 with a hundred and five
  • 28:43
    million dollar investment an additional
  • 28:45
    two of two hundred and fifty million
  • 28:47
    dollar investment in 2019 there's only
  • 28:52
    one investor the building gates
  • 28:55
    Villa Melinda Gates Foundation so we've
  • 28:59
    switched from the Imperial model to a
  • 29:02
    Gates Foundation model and data and
  • 29:06
    there's no disclosure on this it's
  • 29:08
    health data org doesn't they don't
  • 29:10
    explain where they get the data from how
  • 29:12
    that will they say it comes from
  • 29:13
    hospitals they there's no understanding
  • 29:16
    of the raw data there's no publishing of
  • 29:18
    it so we've been hijacked now by the
  • 29:21
    World Health Organization the Gates
  • 29:23
    Foundation any other dickhead that's in
  • 29:25
    there and that's why Gates was laughing
  • 29:27
    at the mention of foul Chi because fout
  • 29:29
    she shepherded the new data guys right
  • 29:31
    in
  • 29:33
    right into us okay here we go not just
  • 29:36
    accept this and Gates has odd ideas man
  • 29:40
    these these are these are the vaccine
  • 29:42
    guys I was talking to me about this the
  • 29:46
    other night and she is talking she had
  • 29:48
    some notice gates saying some crazy
  • 29:50
    lunatic thing and I mentioned to her
  • 29:54
    house ex-husband her first husband has
  • 29:57
    Parkinson's and gates supposedly at
  • 30:01
    least at least like a number of years
  • 30:03
    ago now said he had Parkinson's mhm
  • 30:05
    and she said talks about and it's and
  • 30:10
    it's well documented that in the she
  • 30:13
    read about Parkinson's that it does
  • 30:15
    cause some mental issues hmm not
  • 30:18
    necessarily kind you'd think but she's
  • 30:21
    always saying you know she he's
  • 30:23
    reminding me of Alan who's Kate he just
  • 30:27
    says some of the screwball the most
  • 30:29
    screwball stuff that she just shakes her
  • 30:31
    head at she doesn't even know what what
  • 30:33
    the make of it and I'm getting this
  • 30:34
    sense that because Kate's not is not
  • 30:36
    showing to me if somebody said he had
  • 30:38
    privacy I said I see no evidence that
  • 30:41
    Bill Gates has Parkinson's he doesn't
  • 30:42
    have any shame none of it none of it
  • 30:44
    he's got none of the does he may have
  • 30:46
    some appearance issues that because you
  • 30:49
    start to change your look starts to
  • 30:50
    change a little bit but maybe there's
  • 30:53
    something else going on here and is that
  • 30:54
    it may be affecting his his analysis
  • 30:57
    capabilities well regardless I think
  • 31:02
    that it should be disclosed that the
  • 31:04
    information flow has changed and where
  • 31:06
    it's coming from I think that's really
  • 31:08
    important because tone Anthony foutch II
  • 31:11
    has numerous trials vaccine trials
  • 31:15
    running through his niaD that's that's
  • 31:17
    his his outfit and that's with with the
  • 31:20
    Gates Foundation Bill Gates who just
  • 31:23
    recently didn't ask me anything on
  • 31:25
    Reddit and said the only way to track
  • 31:27
    this properly is to give everyone who's
  • 31:30
    had the vaccination a nano dot tattoo
  • 31:34
    that is as a chip in it so you know and
  • 31:40
    and this kind of brings me to you know
  • 31:42
    this I did some work and I wrote down
  • 31:44
    and I wrote out
  • 31:46
    the four main theories that are out
  • 31:48
    there and I think it's important maybe
  • 31:50
    just do that now so we go through
  • 31:52
    because we need to operate from a lot of
  • 31:54
    these assumptions and none of them are
  • 31:57
    mutually exclusive which is very
  • 31:59
    interesting first we have the narrative
  • 32:03
    the narrative is a a bat got the virus
  • 32:09
    from a pig and it was sold live on a wet
  • 32:11
    market to a woman who then took a dump
  • 32:13
    in the bathroom stall and then some lady
  • 32:16
    sat on the toilet and she got it this is
  • 32:18
    literally what the narrative is now and
  • 32:20
    then through you know plain old viral
  • 32:25
    transmission it eventually wound up all
  • 32:27
    over the world am I missing anything on
  • 32:29
    that basic narrative
  • 32:30
    well the narrative that one I understood
  • 32:33
    was that the bats are natural and we've
  • 32:35
    played clips about this a natural
  • 32:38
    harbour fork ovid variations and this
  • 32:41
    just you could've put never you're gonna
  • 32:43
    be selling them in up you know as food
  • 32:46
    to the Chinese some viruses will get
  • 32:50
    make a transfer make it make to jump to
  • 32:52
    humans and next thing you know we're in
  • 32:53
    trouble
  • 32:53
    right right I don't need to but the
  • 32:56
    woman crapping and all the rest no no
  • 32:57
    that's that's that she's patient zero
  • 32:59
    now there's lots of stuff about patience
  • 33:03
    of course not but this is what we're all
  • 33:06
    led to believe so that's the basic story
  • 33:08
    so the we have four theories I'm gonna
  • 33:13
    start with the five G theory because
  • 33:15
    I've ignored it so long and I finally
  • 33:17
    dove into it ignored it completely and
  • 33:19
    I'm the five G guy you are the five G
  • 33:21
    guy so the five G theory goes and I have
  • 33:25
    an actual professor who speaks about
  • 33:27
    this professor dr. Thomas Cohen and his
  • 33:32
    thesis and I won't and it's a very long
  • 33:34
    video so I took a very much shorter clip
  • 33:36
    you know just under two minutes but his
  • 33:38
    basic thesis is what is happening is not
  • 33:42
    a virus
  • 33:43
    but there's something changing within
  • 33:45
    the molecular structure of human beings
  • 33:47
    that it is trying to get poison out and
  • 33:50
    so your excreting whatever it is and
  • 33:53
    that is then thus mistaken for a virus
  • 33:55
    but it really comes from something
  • 33:58
    completely different
  • 33:59
    which is a change in the entire global
  • 34:03
    electromagnetic fear so something
  • 34:06
    changed with the with the electrical
  • 34:10
    pulses that surround the entire globe
  • 34:12
    you know that's obviously from TV to
  • 34:15
    telephone to radio to Wi-Fi and radar
  • 34:19
    satellites all this stuff and he backs
  • 34:22
    up this theory by taking the timeline of
  • 34:26
    huge pandemic events and changes in the
  • 34:29
    electromagnetic field around the earth
  • 34:32
    this is again professor dr. Thomas Cohen
  • 34:34
    you have a question oh yes he's good is
  • 34:36
    good you like it so what happened in
  • 34:38
    1918 there was a huge and every-every
  • 34:43
    pandemic in the last 150 years there
  • 34:46
    wasn't a quantum leap in the
  • 34:50
    electrification of the earth in 1918
  • 34:54
    late late fall of 1917 there was the
  • 34:57
    introduction of radio waves around the
  • 35:00
    world
  • 35:01
    whenever you expose any biological
  • 35:03
    system to a new electromagnetic field
  • 35:08
    you poison it you kill some and the rest
  • 35:11
    go into a kind of suspended animation so
  • 35:15
    that interestingly they live a little
  • 35:17
    bit longer and sicker and then starts in
  • 35:20
    World War two with the next pandemic
  • 35:22
    with the introduction of radar equipment
  • 35:26
    all over the earth blanketing the entire
  • 35:29
    earth in radar fields first time humans
  • 35:32
    have ever been exposed to that in 1968
  • 35:36
    there was the Hong Kong flu and it was
  • 35:38
    the first time the earth has a
  • 35:40
    protective layer in the Van Allen belts
  • 35:43
    which essentially integrates the cosmic
  • 35:47
    fields from the Sun and the earth from
  • 35:50
    the moon and Jupiter etc integrates that
  • 35:54
    and essentially distributes that to the
  • 35:57
    living beings of the earth and we put
  • 35:59
    satellites emitting radioactive
  • 36:02
    frequencies in the Van Allen belt within
  • 36:05
    six months we had a new viral pandemic
  • 36:08
    why viral because the people are
  • 36:11
    poisoned they excrete toxins
  • 36:13
    they look like viruses people think it's
  • 36:16
    an it's a flu epidemic in the 1918 the
  • 36:21
    epidemic the Boston Health Department
  • 36:24
    decided to investigate the
  • 36:25
    contagiousness of this so they believe
  • 36:28
    it or not took hundreds of people with
  • 36:30
    the flu and they suck the snot out of
  • 36:32
    their nose and injected it into the
  • 36:35
    healthy people who didn't have the flu
  • 36:37
    and not one time could they make the
  • 36:40
    next person sick there you go the 5g
  • 36:44
    conspiracy in a nutshell well you know
  • 36:47
    it falls apart the problem is I like his
  • 36:50
    timing and there are coincident it
  • 36:52
    thinks that happened you have the radio
  • 36:54
    and then you have the flu but the fan
  • 36:57
    Allen belting we have no satellites in
  • 36:59
    the Van Allen belt area that's way out
  • 37:01
    there our satellites are barely off the
  • 37:04
    earth by comparison this is nuts this
  • 37:07
    guy is full of crap because it was
  • 37:09
    because of that one moment I like and of
  • 37:12
    course you know now 5g used to blame and
  • 37:15
    you can take the swine flu that was
  • 37:16
    probably the rollout of 4G the timing
  • 37:19
    fits I guess I were truly blame Elon
  • 37:24
    Musk for his StarLink that is you know
  • 37:26
    just sweeping across the sky beaming
  • 37:29
    god-knows-what on us but I agree this is
  • 37:32
    pretty pretty iffy but that's the first
  • 37:35
    theory the second theory is David Ickes
  • 37:38
    theory and he is an outstanding video on
  • 37:41
    this very you know it's an
  • 37:42
    hour-and-a-half typical Ike video very
  • 37:45
    long yes yeah and and his idea is to
  • 37:49
    hypnotize in the first 45 so his his
  • 37:57
    idea is there is no corona virus well
  • 38:00
    there is a corona virus there's lots of
  • 38:02
    corona viruses but there's no co vid 19
  • 38:05
    this is a simple sleight of hand being
  • 38:07
    done with the data and his assertion
  • 38:10
    which I've not been able to confirm 100%
  • 38:12
    but I know we have enough producers out
  • 38:15
    there who will be able to help us is
  • 38:17
    that the current testing the quick rapid
  • 38:21
    testing that is being deployed massively
  • 38:24
    is PCR
  • 38:26
    and PCR testing not only does it not
  • 38:28
    show different strains but it does not
  • 38:31
    even differentiate amongst different
  • 38:33
    types of coronavirus it shows up as just
  • 38:37
    yup
  • 38:37
    you've got coronavirus doesn't mean you
  • 38:40
    have the SARS coronavirus - - it just
  • 38:46
    means you have a corona virus which can
  • 38:48
    also be a sniffle it can be a cold and
  • 38:51
    it dr. Burke said something and maybe
  • 38:54
    I'm misinterpreting it but I think that
  • 38:57
    she is admitting this in this following
  • 38:59
    clip I think that is the question that
  • 39:01
    we're all looking at very carefully now
  • 39:03
    so we're coming from models again I said
  • 39:06
    we've never really confronted this type
  • 39:08
    of epidemic before that hit during a flu
  • 39:10
    season to really be able to dissect out
  • 39:12
    what was flu what was kovat and really
  • 39:14
    understand who was at risk and how where
  • 39:16
    they were at risk and so we're getting
  • 39:18
    critical information now from all of the
  • 39:20
    front lines yeah I just don't hear any
  • 39:24
    criticism of the testing interesting why
  • 39:28
    don't you play I have a clip of a woman
  • 39:30
    from Yonkers taken from an NBC feed in
  • 39:33
    New York that kind of it maybe this
  • 39:36
    explains it new at five o'clock a
  • 39:38
    cautionary tale from a woman in our area
  • 39:41
    who says the virus could be active in
  • 39:43
    your system longer than you think
  • 39:45
    investigative reporter dan crowd on the
  • 39:47
    west side tonight with her powerful
  • 39:48
    message Dan
  • 39:52
    so we can learn a lot from this woman's
  • 39:54
    experience you followed all the rules
  • 39:55
    all the federal guidelines only to find
  • 39:57
    out by accident that she could still be
  • 40:00
    contagious for this teacher and mother
  • 40:03
    from Yonkers the last month has felt
  • 40:06
    like a year like a science-fiction movie
  • 40:08
    on March 6 Julie Thayer woke up with
  • 40:10
    flu-like symptoms and tested positive
  • 40:12
    for kovat 19 I spiked a fever of 102
  • 40:15
    point 7 and it started with the cough
  • 40:18
    and that triggered my asthma
  • 40:21
    she's self isolated at home for weeks
  • 40:23
    you just feel lucky that you were one of
  • 40:25
    the survivors as miserable as I was as
  • 40:27
    sick as I was I was not on a ventilator
  • 40:30
    the CDC guidelines recommend anyone who
  • 40:32
    tests positive to remain in isolation
  • 40:34
    for at least 7 days since symptoms first
  • 40:36
    appeared in at least three days since
  • 40:38
    recovery
  • 40:39
    Daler says she tripled that
  • 40:41
    recommendation he stayed isolated for 21
  • 40:44
    days he met all those criteria so I went
  • 40:48
    out into the world and luckily my first
  • 40:51
    trip to the world was to give blood the
  • 40:53
    antibodies in her plasma could be used
  • 40:55
    to help critically ill kovat 19 patients
  • 40:57
    they took her blood along with a second
  • 41:00
    test you were not in reality I was not
  • 41:04
    she tested positive again that was three
  • 41:08
    weeks after her initial symptoms the
  • 41:10
    truth is that the virus lives in your
  • 41:12
    body a lot longer than we think she says
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    she received mixed messages depending on
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    who she talked to they apologized and
  • 41:19
    they said you know this is new for us
  • 41:21
    we're not really sure that's happening
  • 41:24
    to me oh I love how they put this
  • 41:26
    together like a frickin radio lab
  • 41:28
    episode stuck our answers in every
  • 41:30
    supposition and preposition that they
  • 41:33
    could do is like come on come on
  • 41:35
    but the David Icke theory is probably
  • 41:39
    the simplest of all of them and them and
  • 41:42
    really I think the most likely but I
  • 41:43
    have two more to go let me just go
  • 41:44
    through this so he says this is all a
  • 41:47
    sleight of hand it's being done with
  • 41:49
    data I have a tremendous problem without
  • 41:50
    the data where it's coming from how it's
  • 41:52
    being presented but let's just say there
  • 41:54
    is no way to define between someone who
  • 41:59
    has developed kovat 19-the disease based
  • 42:01
    upon a corona virus and someone who has
  • 42:04
    influenza
  • 42:05
    which can also detect as coronavirus in
  • 42:08
    your system in fact we can have
  • 42:09
    coronaviruses in our system at any
  • 42:12
    moment and not have any we have lots of
  • 42:14
    viruses and stuff going around in us so
  • 42:17
    that's why we're seeing this is a
  • 42:19
    regular normal flu death count because
  • 42:22
    that's what it is
  • 42:23
    data misrepresentation is being used to
  • 42:26
    show the problem of course we have the
  • 42:29
    reaction which is gin this is David
  • 42:31
    Ickes thing problem reaction solution we
  • 42:33
    have the media to jack everybody up and
  • 42:35
    make everybody afraid and the solution
  • 42:37
    is back to the people who clearly are in
  • 42:40
    charge of the data which is the vaccine
  • 42:42
    guys and gals and this is foul Qi niaD
  • 42:45
    the Bill Gates Foundation World Health
  • 42:47
    Organization whatever else the goal is
  • 42:50
    vaccines tracking and ultimately this
  • 42:54
    will be used for climate change
  • 42:55
    mitigation and I think David Icke has
  • 42:57
    some very good points again these are
  • 43:00
    not all mutually exclusive because no
  • 43:03
    matter where this came from people are
  • 43:05
    gonna take advantage of it
  • 43:06
    so whether Gates and those guys created
  • 43:09
    it or jumped in to make the most of it
  • 43:11
    is unclear then the most colorful of all
  • 43:15
    this would be the cue theory the cute
  • 43:20
    the cue theory Oh actually just to wind
  • 43:24
    up David Ickes here's a project veritas
  • 43:27
    released a new video this morning where
  • 43:30
    I was the guy named the guys named James
  • 43:32
    O'Keefe he went to a drive-through
  • 43:34
    testing and there was National Guard did
  • 43:37
    you see this National Guard not a couple
  • 43:39
    of days ago actually okay well let's
  • 43:40
    just play this this opening clip what
  • 43:42
    about the situation itself is it as bad
  • 43:45
    as ever the media is saying the whole
  • 43:46
    pandemic oh it's just the flu that's all
  • 43:51
    this Wow is the media reporting
  • 43:56
    bad as people are saying it's not as bad
  • 44:00
    as them the media is making it out
  • 44:03
    bigger Wow just be precautious yep all
  • 44:08
    right and it's not as bad as the media
  • 44:10
    is saying I'm hearing you're doing
  • 44:15
    everything yeah Wow it's amazing how
  • 44:23
    Veritas can't even get good audio when
  • 44:26
    it's not even hidden Sun believable the
  • 44:30
    whole thing I got one more clip I want
  • 44:32
    to play before you finish this because
  • 44:33
    this also kind of plays in the idea that
  • 44:35
    maybe this is just testing issues and
  • 44:38
    some other data problems and all the
  • 44:41
    rest of it because because fout she's
  • 44:43
    actually already covered his ass for the
  • 44:48
    next go-round of this next year it seems
  • 44:51
    to me if you play this corona immunity
  • 44:53
    clip oh yes the leading infectious
  • 44:56
    disease expert on president Trump's
  • 44:58
    coronavirus task force says he's really
  • 45:00
    confident that those who were infected
  • 45:02
    and then recover from kovat 19 can build
  • 45:04
    up an immunity to it dr. Anthony Fauci
  • 45:06
    director of the National Institute of
  • 45:08
    Allergy and Infectious Diseases appeared
  • 45:11
    remotely on The Daily Show with Trevor
  • 45:12
    Noah when he was asked about the
  • 45:14
    possibility of reinfection from
  • 45:16
    coronavirus but if this virus acts like
  • 45:19
    every other virus that we know once you
  • 45:22
    get infected get better clear the virus
  • 45:25
    that you'll have immunity that will
  • 45:27
    protect you against reinfection on
  • 45:29
    Noah's show which is practicing social
  • 45:30
    distancing and being filmed remotely
  • 45:32
    doctor foul Qi cautioned that his take
  • 45:34
    is not 100% given because the full study
  • 45:37
    had not taken place yet still the
  • 45:39
    infectious diseases expert seemed
  • 45:41
    certain so it's never 100% but I'd be
  • 45:43
    willing to bet anything that people who
  • 45:45
    recover are really protected against
  • 45:48
    reinfection Business Insider reports
  • 45:50
    that blood tests have been carried out
  • 45:51
    by Chinese health officials showing that