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1233: W.H.O. CARES

Adam Curry & John C. Dvorak

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April 12th, 2020
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    anarchy anarchy Adam curry
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    John C. Dvorak Sunday April 12 2020 this
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    is your award-winning Gitmo nation media
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    assassination episode 1233 this is no
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    agenda capital of the drum star state
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    morning everybody I'm Adam curry and
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    from Northern Silicon Valley where
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    people are getting a little skittish I'm
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    John see you tomorrow
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    skittish yeah you know they're calling
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    the cops because people are walking
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    around this is only certain states
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    though I don't think this is happening
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    everywhere I haven't heard anything in
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    Texas people some states where they've
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    arrested people like Cincinnati early on
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    the beach running stop you fool arrest
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    you yeah no well I mean I got rousted
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    and arrested for playing t-ball with his
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    kid because it wasn't it wasn't six feet
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    apart
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    [Music]
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    yes well things are changing and there's
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    some very interesting changes going on
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    actually I think better for us
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    everyone's now all show business has
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    changed dramatically we saw the we saw
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    everyone's staying home we've seen all
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    the Instagram videos everyone's kind of
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    sick of that now the people who are on
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    television every single day they're
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    they're ready to go Hollywood they're
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    all starstruck they're all a part of it
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    which of course would include our very
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    own dr. death himself Anthony Fauci who
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    just as you get interviewed these days
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    and CNN they throw in the question
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    Saturday Night Live is back this weekend
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    after a month of being off what do you
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    think the chances are that somebody will
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    portray you well if they did which actor
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    would you want to play you I'm here are
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    some suggestions that I've heard Ben
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    Stiller Brad Pitt which one well Brad
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    Pitt of course
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    don't choose the Jew it's fitting dr.
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    fauci we really appreciate your time we
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    know how busy you are thank you very
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    much for all the information it's always
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    good to be with you thank you to you too
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    thank you oh yeah thanks I can be an SNL
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    this weekend well he's lucky for it this
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    shark has been jumped as it turns out
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    when you take Hollywood level production
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    television particulars what I'm talking
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    about now when you take away their
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    technology when you take away their
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    studios the facade it they are really
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    quite unimpressive when you take without
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    it they really quite unimpressive and
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    they did a whole Saturday Night Live at
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    home which was the for I miss no you
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    missed absolutely nothing because I have
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    the most pertinent clips for you here so
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    they did it like a zoom conference video
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    and unbelievably amateur istic and what
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    I was thinking is that we've spent the
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    last 20 years arguably 15 20 years
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    honing our skills creating a type of
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    content that doesn't fit on television
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    and it's I mean you and I we know how to
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    switch we can move to TV it's very
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    annoying if we have to do any mainstream
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    TV these days so restrictive it's dumb
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    it's just dumb I don't even do it in
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    your underwear no I don't even don't
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    even answer all that important stuff but
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    but kidding aside the end product this
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    is not a radio show it has very
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    different parameters we have a troll
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    room we have people making clips and
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    participating actively in the in the
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    production well this is what the
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    Hollywood production levels don't
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    understand they think oh if we're at
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    home we just have shitty sound and a
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    webcam and then we're cool like the cool
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    kids you know the B team over here who
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    haven't quite risen yet
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    to our level but thank you but the veil
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    was removed during Saturday Night Live
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    as you have to take away the as I said
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    the audience the laugh track and even
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    the jokes become cringe and just
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    horrible I picked up a minute and a half
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    of the opening with of course if you're
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    gonna do something during during a
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    pandemic lockdown coronavirus you might
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    as well get Tom Hanks to host it for you
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    that is some sound effect of applause
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    and whistles thank you thank you thank
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    you engineers hey all you cool cats and
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    kittens it's me your old pal
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    and don't don't worry now don't be
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    afraid this shaved head was just for a
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    movie and my hair is growing back very
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    slowly it does save time in the shower
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    so I don't know maybe we should all do
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    it uh I mean so first joke out of the
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    gate flats into the second hey it's good
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    to be here though it is also very weird
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    to be here hosting Saturday Night Live
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    from home it is a strange time to try
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    and be funny but trying to be funny is
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    SNL's whole thing so what the heck let's
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    give it a shot butwhy means host well
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    yeah all for one I have been the
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    celebrity canary in the coalmine for the
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    coronavirus uh-huh yeah that's what we
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    call it too Tom mm-hmm and ever since
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    being diagnosed I had been more like
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    America's dad than ever before since no
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    one wants to be around me very long and
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    I make people uncomfortable
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    police clap now I was diagnosed back in
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    March with the corona virus I was first
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    diagnosed down in Australia now the
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    folks in Australia are fantastic in
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    every way but they use Celsius instead
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    of Fahrenheit when they take your
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    temperature so they come in and they say
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    you
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    thirty-six which seemed very bad to me
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    it turns out 36 is fine 38 is bad so
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    basically it's how Hollywood treats
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    female actors so this went on for six
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    minutes John and without the laughs
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    without the studio audience even the
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    lame jokes don't get that you know his
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    timing is there it's your typical
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    comedic timing but it's just it's
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    horrible
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    well yeah really bad well here and here
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    and here's makes you wonder if you could
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    take the laugh track off the regular
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    show how bad it would be well I think
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    the problem is you know you get a laugh
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    and you pause and it gets your time to
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    rethink about where you go or you bomb
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    and you back up a little bit maybe you
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    drop the next joke well there's a lot of
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    interaction that's not being had here at
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    all yes and and again the podcasters the
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    youtubers we figured out how to make
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    content that is funny interesting
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    dramatic it's after we figured out the
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    format they don't they don't know and we
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    do it without studio audiences but where
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    it really falls apart because there's
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    one other thing that Saturday Night Live
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    in particular has and that's hair and
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    makeup so even you know to think that
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    they'd have any any person go to one of
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    these actors homes and do some hair and
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    makeup now we can't have that of course
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    and you really notice how poorly Alec
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    Baldwin imitates Trump when it's just
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    Trump on the phone and it's and it's
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    just a picture of him looking like Trump
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    in his SNL Trump wig and and you know
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    facial grimaces but it really falls
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    apart and it was a part of Weekend
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    Update which also sounded like this a
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    lot of Americans have been watching
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    president Trump's daily press
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    conferences calling into our show right
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    now this is very exciting for an
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    official update on the pandemic his
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    president Don
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    thank you so much for joining us mr.
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    presence so what's the latest with the
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    virus what I'm happy to report problem
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    in America is now when I was president
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    hashtag America number one hashtag not
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    important why seem almost excited about
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    it well my approval rating is up my TV
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    ready to through-the-roof every night at
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    7:00 p.m. all over New York claps it
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    just sounds like Alec Baldwin doing it
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    by Trump impressions yeah that and the
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    Skype yodeling which is I don't
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    understand why they can't get a decent
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    connection what you'd think
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    I mean we did a show once and I was at
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    the hotel yes on their Wi-Fi at the
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    hotel in New York Manhattan where these
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    people are and it was fine it was they
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    didn't have to look at the constant
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    constant yielding once in a while okay
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    yeah well Skype but no this is constant
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    they all have their heads in a bucket
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    yeah oh yeah I mean right heads in his
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    head lock it now a so lame what does it
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    take for these guys they're just it I
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    mean jenna Marbles they should hire her
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    I mean serious their shoe on head or any
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    of these women that are out there doing
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    these podcasts they do a decent job if
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    they wanted to do it right they would
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    have had it with a herkie jerk that her
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    kids are editing technique where usually
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    when your heads over here so over there
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    is you jerking around so it's real tight
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    there's a lot of techniques have been
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    developed for video podcasts as well
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    okay one of them well exactly they don't
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    understand it they were they've
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    literally do not understand the concept
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    they could have done a whole take off of
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    youtubers and podcasters that would have
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    been funny too
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    that would have been much funnier than
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    what you're playing yeah it was is just
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    horrible and it's so hard to do you know
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    you got delays if people are talking
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    back and forth it's just this yeah it's
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    very so anyway entirely unimpressive
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    once you take away all of their stuff
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    and I don't think they had writers rooms
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    either yeah
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    typically you have a little writer
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    you can get something going yeah I get
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    the sense that these guys wrote a lot of
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    their own stuff stuff yeah so it's
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    because of this and also this next clip
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    that I'd like to play which is not SNL
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    it's it's from the view but it portrays
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    and they also they're doing the view at
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    home so it's the same same concept and
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    and again you know you get to see
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    everybody's house which is kind of
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    interesting but it's what she said which
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    is consistent amongst opinion shows in
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    the mainstream is kind of what led me to
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    do what I did for today's rundown this
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    is sunny Hostin she's the she's a lawyer
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    on the show Network should even air
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    these press conferences I think they are
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    akin to Trump's rallies I think they're
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    dangerous for the American public I mean
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    I almost think that you listen to them
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    at your own peril you know February 26
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    you have Donald Trump saying there were
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    15 cases of corona virus in the United
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    States known cases because there wasn't
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    a lot of testing he was saying things
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    like you know we're gonna get control of
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    this and it'll be down to zero as of
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    today we have about almost 10,000 deaths
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    in the United States we have three
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    hundred and thirty-eight thousand cases
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    known cases because again there isn't
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    enough testing so the fact that people
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    are tuning in at 7:00 p.m. on a Sunday
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    night and listening to all of this
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    misinformation I think is endangering
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    American lives I don't even know at this
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    point why people are tuning in and why
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    networks are broadcasting it I think you
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    don't tune in networks don't broadcast
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    it and then on the back end you only
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    listen to people like Falchi perhaps
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    like Sanjay Gupta but you don't listen
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    to them and why because I think people's
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    lives are at stake this is not just this
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    is not her alone there's a lot of this
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    it's a meme yeah and I know there's two
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    memes going out one is that we should
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    stop listening to Trump our president
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    yeah telling us what he feels like
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    telling us we should no no no we
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    shouldn't listen to him for anything
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    because we my
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    I don't know why because it's gonna kill
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    people lives are at stake so let's so
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    let's talk about that very issue which
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    is the he's been accused of pumping
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    snake oil fake drugs drugs that don't
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    work unproven unscientific against foul
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    8 against foul J so this is a continuous
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    i watch all of these briefings i watch
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    them forward backward i take copious
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    notes like i clip
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    little bits and pieces from it because
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    it's the only place because of this
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    attitude of sunny Hostin that you
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    actually get any information and if only
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    as she said on the back end you know
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    we'll get all the infimum portent things
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    out with no one's doing that they're
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    just getting that most of the
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    journalists got you questions and that
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    kind of stuff but when we talk about the
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    drugs in particular there's been a
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    change and the change is obvious as
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    ouchy is now instead of pushing the
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    vaccines hard and i think there must
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    have been a talk he must have had a
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    talking to somewhere instead of pushing
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    the vaccine really hard now he's pushing
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    not one not two not three fuck 10/10
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    clinical trials which have nothing to do
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    with hydroxychloroquine although they
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    may have the same effect and here's how
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    he describes what's going on i think
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    it's clear from his intonation that he's
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    finally happy kind of the other thing
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    that some just broad general good news
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    from the standpoint of a scientific
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    standpoint that there are a lot of
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    candidate potential therapeutics that
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    are going into clinical trials now that
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    we're sponsoring at the nih the kinds of
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    clinical trials that give us the answer
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    are they safe are they effective and
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    just what is the the capability of using
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    them under what circumstances as
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    prophylaxis s treatment and early
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    disease in late disease so as the time
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    goes by and we have the public health
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    measures to try and contain this we're
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    doing an awful lot from a scientific
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    standpoint so that when we do get to
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    next year next fall next winter
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    hopefully we'll have something that we
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    can offer in addition to the very
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    important public
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    measures in addition to
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    hydroxychloroquine now none of that and
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    of course the naid that's his shop so
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    he's all jack there we got ten clinical
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    trials yes right we're doing it it may
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    be for the other winter they'll be ready
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    nothing for now because we need the
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    official medication we can't have some
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    generic thing that is out of patent and
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    the truth wants to come out on this next
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    clip from the president because the one
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    that is being pushed and I think we
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    identified this early on is REM
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    disappear an antiviral which is I think
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    it's it's been around for a while has it
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    REM disappears not new is it it's just
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    new for this application
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    yeah and that's made by Gilead so we've
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    heard that was the first name out of the
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    gate for any work was Gilead we knew
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    that weeks ago and now here's the
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    president and he will talk about one of
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    these other drugs that besides
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    hydroxychloroquine but the truth wants
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    to come out listen to what he says
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    through the FDA's coronavirus treatment
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    acceleration program 19 therapies and
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    treatments are now being tested and 26
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    more in the active planning or clinical
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    trial so we have 19 therapies being
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    tested currently and 26 more are in the
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    active planning for clinical trials
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    that's a big statement that's a lot
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    trials for Gilead
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    anti rival drug REM disappear I mean the
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    truth want to come out with that or what
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    anti rival drug you can almost see him
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    saying that on purpose
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    anti rival yeah that is exactly what it
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    is
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    ghillie ads anti rival drug Revere
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    continue and the company has also
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    expanded emergency used for new patients
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    getting good early results by the way
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    the companies that manufacture
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    hydroxychloroquine are massively ramping
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    up production there you go as you know
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    many people are
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    recommending strongly z-pak beheaded the
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    z-pak
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    and also zinc and the federal government
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    continues to build our stockpiles and
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    distribute millions of doses for doctors
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    to use as they see fit
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    hey so I don't know I I have a feeling
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    he might have said it on purpose because
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    he was launched into hydroxychloroquine
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    and the the z-pak and the zinc maybe
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    it's just my ya know but he definitely
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    had it on his mind but you know they'll
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    just say just a dummy can't read exactly
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    so we had the the kind of minor fracas
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    fracas about African Americans this
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    started up I think it was on Wednesday
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    or Thursday we just know Thursday
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    morning I think is when it wanted to
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    just started to break that African
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    Americans are I think was it twenty
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    three percent more then they represent
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    of the entire makeup of the country they
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    should be yeah it's much higher than
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    they should be
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    so the Surgeon General let me see I have
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    yeah this is yummy Sh actually she asked
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    a question in the press briefing I think
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    it was on Thursday and it kind of gives
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    us the idea as to how this will be spun
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    you know I we initially said oh this
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    will of course be Trump is killing black
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    people in the street leaving him to die
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    yummy shall sindoor from PBS kind of
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    takes it there stay at home we know that
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    these health disparities have existed
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    for a long time I want African Americans
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    Latinos and other people of color why
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    did the administration possibly have a
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    plan directed those communities to
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    prevent high death rates knowing that
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    the health disparities were there the
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    way I hear what she's saying is why
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    didn't you help black people from being
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    killed especially if you knew that there
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    were health disparities
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    it's just that's kind of what she said
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    but it was done in a way that it's a
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    gotcha question because you can't really
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    not answer it first of all she questions
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    that these reporters use that that
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    involve a premise of their own creation
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    yeah or really unfair chickenshit
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    questions just to put it mildly because
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    the premise is arguable it would then
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    the premise is that these people are
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    gonna die
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    yes if anything it all happens too
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    because they're being screwed by the
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    system which is all the underlying
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    beliefs of these sort of reporters she's
  • 20:14
    not very fast we liberal reporter yeah
  • 20:17
    and if you and if you if you allow that
  • 20:19
    to be the premise for the question then
  • 20:20
    you've you've already lost the answer I
  • 20:23
    mean and that's what she's doing it's
  • 20:24
    really very important or I don't think
  • 20:27
    she's a good journalist I think she
  • 20:29
    should be replaced by another person of
  • 20:31
    color that actually has talent well the
  • 20:33
    president did answer it and I think in
  • 20:35
    the only way he could knowing that were
  • 20:38
    there well we do have a plan and one of
  • 20:39
    the things I'm most proud about is what
  • 20:42
    I've been able to do for the
  • 20:43
    african-american community Louis job
  • 20:46
    numbers I don't know if he got from pens
  • 20:53
    or pens got it from him but it's good of
  • 20:55
    our country you know this has been here
  • 21:01
    for three weeks right so just before
  • 21:03
    African American community had the
  • 21:06
    lowest unemployment the best employment
  • 21:09
    numbers more African American idea that
  • 21:14
    was beautiful I've never seen never does
  • 21:16
    that it usually just well with her I
  • 21:18
    think he's learned his lesson yes yes
  • 21:20
    blast her a number of times for being a
  • 21:23
    bonehead and he's gotten so much flack
  • 21:25
    for it that he's decided okay I'll play
  • 21:28
    a different game now he's playing
  • 21:29
    Pence's game it's technically now we
  • 21:33
    call that pulling a pence pulling a
  • 21:35
    peddling offense in jujitsu move it
  • 21:39
    totally in general he's much better with
  • 21:42
    the journalist he's hit his stride he's
  • 21:45
    hit his groove even with the annoying
  • 21:47
    questions he's still pretty
  • 21:49
    good I do want to go back to this this
  • 21:51
    black American issue because the day
  • 21:54
    before the Surgeon General Jerome Adams
  • 21:57
    made a statement addressing specifically
  • 22:00
    communities of color stay at home if
  • 22:03
    possible if you must go out maintain six
  • 22:05
    feet of distance between you and
  • 22:07
    everyone else and wear a mask if you're
  • 22:09
    going to be within six feet of others
  • 22:10
    wash your hands more often than you ever
  • 22:12
    dreamed possible
  • 22:14
    avoid alcohol tobacco and drugs and call
  • 22:17
    your friends and family what what why do
  • 22:21
    you have to avoid alcohol this is a
  • 22:25
    classic Dowell don't hold on hold on
  • 22:27
    it's this will come back this question
  • 22:29
    will complete that be drinking alcohol I
  • 22:31
    would I just went to totalize the other
  • 22:33
    would me me yesterday and the place was
  • 22:36
    packed with people loaded loading up
  • 22:38
    with gin do you say people need to be
  • 22:41
    drinking yeah it's very important right
  • 22:44
    it's an important part of our regime I
  • 22:46
    think so and call your friends and
  • 22:49
    family checking on your mother she wants
  • 22:51
    to hear from you right now
  • 22:53
    speaking of them others we need you to
  • 22:55
    do this if not for yourself then for
  • 22:58
    your abuela do it for your granddaddy do
  • 23:02
    it for your big momma
  • 23:03
    do it for your pop-pop we need you to
  • 23:05
    understand especially in communities of
  • 23:07
    color we need you to step up and help
  • 23:10
    stop the spread so that we can protect
  • 23:12
    those who are most vulnerable now I
  • 23:14
    agree with you that the alcohol comment
  • 23:17
    stuck in in my mind as well yummy SHhhh
  • 23:21
    had other issues with what the who's in
  • 23:24
    case you didn't know the Surgeon General
  • 23:28
    dramatical descendant of slavery he's a
  • 23:31
    black man but here's the question from a
  • 23:34
    black woman freaking Americans and
  • 23:42
    Latinos should avoid alcohol drugs in
  • 23:44
    tobacco Yul said do it for your wallet
  • 23:46
    do it for Big Mama and Papa there's some
  • 23:50
    there are some people online they're
  • 23:52
    already offended by that language and
  • 23:54
    the idea that you're saying behaviour
  • 23:55
    might I love they're offended by him
  • 23:59
    saying your pop-pop and your Big Mama
  • 24:01
    offended by that language I mean you are
  • 24:06
    wasting actual physical space now you me
  • 24:09
    she did you talk about whether or not
  • 24:12
    people could you I guess have a response
  • 24:14
    or people who might be offended by the
  • 24:15
    language is well I use that language
  • 24:18
    because that's the language Ben meeting
  • 24:20
    with the n-double-a-cp with the National
  • 24:22
    Medical Association with others actually
  • 24:25
    talked with with Derek Johnson multiple
  • 24:28
    times this week the head of the n-double
  • 24:29
    a-c-p and we need targeted outreach to
  • 24:32
    the african-american community and I use
  • 24:34
    the language that is used in my family I
  • 24:36
    have a Puerto Rican brother-in-law I
  • 24:38
    call my granddaddy granddaddy I have
  • 24:42
    relatives who call their their their
  • 24:45
    grandparents Big Momma
  • 24:47
    so that was not meant to be offensive
  • 24:48
    that's the language that we use and that
  • 24:51
    I'm yeah you mean you need to continue
  • 24:53
    to target our outreach to those
  • 24:54
    communities it is critically important
  • 24:57
    that they understand it's not just about
  • 24:58
    them and I was very clear about that
  • 25:00
    it's not just about what you do but you
  • 25:03
    also are not helpless we need to do our
  • 25:05
    part at the federal level we need people
  • 25:07
    to do their parts at the state level and
  • 25:08
    we need everyone black brown white
  • 25:10
    whatever color you are to follow the
  • 25:13
    president's guidelines I gotta ask mo
  • 25:15
    about that it's not like some black card
  • 25:17
    check or something she did on him it's
  • 25:19
    very bizarre
  • 25:19
    I don't know I think I have no idea why
  • 25:22
    she gets that question that in that way
  • 25:24
    well she said that people were hurt by
  • 25:26
    it the rule upset people
  • 25:28
    Twitter the Twitter hello where else are
  • 25:32
    the people that the journals listened to
  • 25:34
    they're on Twitter they just listened to
  • 25:36
    each other but the president the
  • 25:38
    president he loves him his big black man
  • 25:41
    I'll tell you that
  • 25:43
    fantastic general I just hope nobody
  • 25:46
    steals them and he goes to one of these
  • 25:47
    big companies for a fortune
  • 25:49
    don't know us right don't leave us cheer
  • 25:53
    up we're happy and you're doing a great
  • 25:56
    job and everybody everybody tells me
  • 25:58
    that too so we appreciate it
  • 26:00
    oh that's not good news you had an
  • 26:05
    analysis of this guy when you call him
  • 26:07
    Mike Tyson yeah about three show two or
  • 26:09
    three shows ago where you brought up the
  • 26:11
    fact that he doesn't do what he should
  • 26:12
    be doing telling us how to exercise and
  • 26:15
    things always telling us not to drink
  • 26:16
    he's telling now stay home don't drink
  • 26:21
    get depressed your self I don't find him
  • 26:24
    very impressive either yeah but he reads
  • 26:29
    it you know you can read a script and
  • 26:32
    handle a misha's question quite nicely
  • 26:34
    actually yeah
  • 26:36
    yes I will say I feel that he is and
  • 26:38
    that's training man this guy is trained
  • 26:39
    he's got media training and invited the
  • 26:41
    book and it's pumping it out but I mean
  • 26:45
    come on man even if you're a black man
  • 26:48
    and black people are pissed if the way
  • 26:51
    you're talking what is wrong with the
  • 26:53
    world because you said pop-pop and Big
  • 26:56
    Mama Big Cheese have very bizarre
  • 27:03
    we oh yes this was cool the oen
  • 27:07
    reporters came back the one American
  • 27:11
    news reporter which is the the one with
  • 27:13
    way too much hair and she wears her
  • 27:15
    shorts and she's got tons of makeup and
  • 27:18
    she's that's the blonde no duh brunette
  • 27:21
    almost black hair okay
  • 27:23
    yeah Roni I think her name is roni roni
  • 27:26
    the Rona
  • 27:27
    sure no and and she's all the way in the
  • 27:31
    back and this was a to me scripted she
  • 27:36
    was given this question asked this
  • 27:38
    question the president has something to
  • 27:40
    say and this is about Venezuela she
  • 27:42
    brings up something I had not read I
  • 27:44
    hadn't heard of about China apparently
  • 27:46
    encroaching on Venezuela and she asked
  • 27:49
    the president about it so she may be an
  • 27:52
    incredibly good okay yeah yeah you wanna
  • 27:56
    say we had we do know about this we have
  • 27:59
    discussed China and Venezuela before but
  • 28:00
    this was months and months ago
  • 28:02
    yeah yeah but but something new has
  • 28:04
    happened that she knew about
  • 28:06
    your administration has placed a 15
  • 28:08
    million dollar bounty on Venezuela's
  • 28:11
    Nicolas Maduro and we have news this
  • 28:13
    morning that President Xi is talking
  • 28:16
    with Nicolas Maduro expressing his
  • 28:18
    financial support for materials and two
  • 28:20
    questions one have you discussed the
  • 28:22
    doctors sheet or the presidency the US
  • 28:26
    policy on Maduro and two are what is a
  • 28:30
    US policy we will not be happy if that
  • 28:35
    takes place I have not spoken to
  • 28:37
    President Xi of China about Venezuela
  • 28:39
    about that aspect of Venezuela but if
  • 28:42
    that took place we will not be happy
  • 28:44
    okay I'm concerned about everything
  • 28:51
    that's why I don't sleep a lot I get
  • 28:55
    myself concerned about everything but I
  • 28:57
    would not be happy about that go ahead
  • 29:00
    I'm pretty sure that question was
  • 29:02
    planted and for so she's way in the back
  • 29:07
    that's probably was and they yeah he was
  • 29:10
    cute to call on her yes and the set up
  • 29:12
    you know the I know and he's and he was
  • 29:14
    saying I'm really not gonna be happy if
  • 29:16
    that's true which it was just a just
  • 29:19
    send a message exactly it's it's a mess
  • 29:22
    sending a message to sheep yeah I've
  • 29:24
    gotten the the correct pronunciation is
  • 29:26
    Sheep si GE apparently Trump pronounces
  • 29:30
    it very well according to people who
  • 29:33
    live in China then we had that I'm sorry
  • 29:37
    the X is very confusing - yeah for me I
  • 29:40
    want to say is she but it's she she we
  • 29:44
    heard the the bonehead reporter who
  • 29:47
    asked the question about oil and then
  • 29:49
    Trump said you know what's the price of
  • 29:50
    oil I didn't know the price and the guys
  • 29:52
    all right goodbye ended his career right
  • 29:54
    there well some smart reporter figured
  • 29:58
    that one out
  • 30:09
    about 23 dollars a barrel would you want
  • 30:13
    to
  • 30:13
    the price that you wanted it 30 40 $50 a
  • 30:15
    beer well I want to see it where there's
  • 30:18
    a certain market but I also don't want I
  • 30:20
    don't want to see it where people are
  • 30:21
    have no idea you know we're opening up
  • 30:24
    we'll be opening up areas for storage of
  • 30:28
    oil massive areas for storage of oil all
  • 30:31
    right what was interesting about the oil
  • 30:33
    story as he did explain about the OPEC
  • 30:37
    plus call since the oil producing
  • 30:39
    economic countries and the United States
  • 30:42
    and Mexico in this case and I haven't
  • 30:46
    seen a lot of reporting on on what has
  • 30:48
    been going on I'm sure you had the
  • 30:49
    financial press but he explained this
  • 30:52
    reasonably well at his the thing is
  • 30:54
    Friday briefing and it's very
  • 30:57
    interesting that you know we're
  • 30:59
    essentially hooking up Mexico we're
  • 31:03
    helping them out to get the price of oil
  • 31:06
    up significantly so the OPEC nations met
  • 31:10
    they've been meeting and you know I've
  • 31:12
    hated OPEC over the years absolutely
  • 31:14
    hated and but obviously it broke down
  • 31:16
    and we potentially have years worth of
  • 31:19
    supply a long time before it ever can
  • 31:21
    catch up even if they do reduce it and
  • 31:23
    they agreed but Mexico didn't agree it
  • 31:25
    was one of the few countries that didn't
  • 31:27
    agree this OPEC plus he's a OPEC plus
  • 31:30
    countries outside you understand this
  • 31:32
    yeah and Mexico didn't agree and I
  • 31:36
    understand the president very well he
  • 31:37
    has a level when he came in and he
  • 31:39
    wanted to keep it at that level oil is
  • 31:41
    important for Mexico the problem is and
  • 31:43
    I explained it very strongly you know
  • 31:44
    you're gonna be selling it for five
  • 31:46
    dollars or $10 a barrel so in the end
  • 31:49
    it's bad but he did have some political
  • 31:53
    difficulty with it frankly and I
  • 31:55
    understand that too
  • 31:56
    and it's a small amount for us it's a
  • 31:59
    large amount for Mexico but it's a very
  • 32:01
    small amount for the United States being
  • 32:03
    the biggest producer so I agreed to pick
  • 32:06
    up some of the slack so he was going to
  • 32:08
    reduce it by a hundred thousand barrels
  • 32:10
    reduces output by a hundred thousand
  • 32:12
    barrels and I was going to pick up the
  • 32:14
    slack and they would make it up to us at
  • 32:16
    a later date they would make up what
  • 32:18
    we're doing at a later date
  • 32:19
    could be in a different form I don't
  • 32:21
    know whether or not that's going to be
  • 32:23
    for Mexico was acceptable I don't know
  • 32:24
    whether or not that's going to be
  • 32:25
    acceptable to the other oil-producing
  • 32:27
    nations we'll find out and I've learned
  • 32:31
    over the years how much money do we have
  • 32:34
    as a country Wow well I've learned over
  • 32:38
    the years in a business deal if someone
  • 32:40
    says to you age
  • 32:42
    if someone says we'll make your hole on
  • 32:45
    the back end which i think is good
  • 32:47
    Mexico just said to us it will make your
  • 32:49
    hole we'll reach the debt to them no
  • 32:51
    they are gonna make us whole they owe us
  • 32:55
    because we're gonna take a 250,000
  • 32:59
    barrels how it works out
  • 33:01
    now I'll just add it to your wall bill
  • 33:05
    how about that would have been the thing
  • 33:14
    to say just add it to Mexico's tab very
  • 33:17
    interesting though say it's I mean he
  • 33:21
    really to do that he really wants it
  • 33:23
    over time working overtime is absolutely
  • 33:28
    right also over time working overtime is
  • 33:32
    the data that I think we're now pretty
  • 33:35
    much completely aware that the data is
  • 33:39
    over bloah or the analysis of the data
  • 33:42
    is overblown the core data itself is
  • 33:44
    absolutely bull crap numbers being
  • 33:48
    inflated for a number of reasons I just
  • 33:50
    have a couple of short clips to run
  • 33:52
    through the latest status of the numbers
  • 33:55
    the literally the models and the numbers
  • 33:58
    let's put it that way here's pouchy
  • 34:00
    telling us again trying to explain why
  • 34:04
    it's all great what's happening because
  • 34:06
    the models are really they're just not
  • 34:08
    models but the kind of a thing and well
  • 34:11
    you get the idea
  • 34:12
    I know I sound like a broken record I
  • 34:15
    want to sound like a broken record let's
  • 34:16
    just keep doing it I get questions a lot
  • 34:20
    dr. Burks and I about these numbers the
  • 34:23
    projections that you went with from
  • 34:25
    100,000 200,000 now down to 60,000
  • 34:29
    that's a sign that when as I keep saying
  • 34:31
    when you take the data you have and you
  • 34:33
    reinsert it into the model the model
  • 34:36
    modifies later is real
  • 34:39
    model is hypothesis oh okay so that's
  • 34:42
    what you have to do and that's what I
  • 34:43
    think we're seeing I got it
  • 34:46
    data is real models are hypothesis
  • 34:49
    okay wait this the global-warming model
  • 34:53
    well sadly based upon this model we got
  • 34:57
    a lot of hospitals ready we cancelled
  • 35:00
    all of the elective surgeries we cut
  • 35:03
    everything down waiting for the surge
  • 35:05
    and it's not coming 250 bed army field
  • 35:09
    hospital was set up inside the cavernous
  • 35:12
    CenturyLink Field event center it was
  • 35:15
    ready to begin receiving patients later
  • 35:17
    this week but now there's a sudden
  • 35:19
    change in plans
  • 35:20
    Washington governor jay Inslee announced
  • 35:23
    the state the Defense Department and
  • 35:25
    local officials agree the field hospital
  • 35:27
    should redeploy to another state in more
  • 35:30
    dire straits Washington State has
  • 35:33
    flattened the curve as they say the
  • 35:35
    worst fears from a few weeks ago when
  • 35:37
    the call went out to Fort Carson
  • 35:39
    Colorado were not realized emergency
  • 35:42
    managers and local hospital leaders tell
  • 35:44
    Inslee's office they have sufficient
  • 35:47
    capacity to handle the expected volume
  • 35:50
    of kovat 19 patients and this is
  • 35:52
    happening everywhere
  • 35:53
    hospitals are furloughing hundreds of
  • 35:56
    employees yes we have notes from a
  • 35:59
    number of producers saying that they're
  • 36:01
    getting laid off at these hospitals in
  • 36:03
    there and the hospitals themselves are
  • 36:05
    losing money yes and they apparently
  • 36:08
    early on found a way to combat that and
  • 36:12
    this is a state senator Scott Jensen I
  • 36:17
    think his name he's also a medical
  • 36:18
    doctor he's in Minnesota and he explains
  • 36:22
    the reimbursements for hospitals based
  • 36:26
    upon type of ailment people have as it
  • 36:29
    pertains to kovat we're gonna have
  • 36:31
    hospitals shut down and potentially
  • 36:33
    never opened their doors again this is
  • 36:35
    serious business
  • 36:36
    we might have the big metropolitan
  • 36:37
    healthcare systems getting big chunks of
  • 36:40
    money from the feds
  • 36:41
    but the bottom line is your outer ring
  • 36:42
    hospitals and your hospitals out in
  • 36:44
    Minnesota that aren't critical access
  • 36:46
    they're at risk so I think that I would
  • 36:51
    rather have people draw their own
  • 36:52
    conclusions let me just say this if I
  • 36:55
    admit a patient to the hospital and
  • 36:56
    they're in Medicare and they have just
  • 36:58
    routine pneumonia for a diagnosis the
  • 37:01
    hospital will get a lump sum payment
  • 37:02
    called a DRG and it'll be about $4,600
  • 37:05
    if I admit that same patient and I
  • 37:08
    attach koban 19 to the pneumonia
  • 37:10
    diagnosis then it goes from 4600 to
  • 37:14
    $13,000 for that admission regardless of
  • 37:17
    whether the hot patients in a hospital
  • 37:18
    for three days or 13 days if during that
  • 37:21
    hospitalization
  • 37:22
    I put the patient on a ventilator for a
  • 37:24
    period of time then the payment goes
  • 37:26
    from $13,000 to $39,000 now that's
  • 37:30
    that's a big payment you're not gonna
  • 37:33
    see many out state hospitals get access
  • 37:36
    to those kind of dollars when you start
  • 37:39
    talking about these things then I think
  • 37:40
    people can understand the context of how
  • 37:42
    critical this is it isn't a fair playing
  • 37:45
    field and we've got hospitals in
  • 37:47
    outstate Minnesota that are not gonna
  • 37:49
    get the same kind of attention or
  • 37:51
    monetary support so this is a little
  • 37:55
    freaky
  • 37:56
    knowing that getting someone onto the
  • 37:59
    ventilator pops up the reimbursement to
  • 38:02
    39k and right getting these ventilators
  • 38:05
    you know they're I don't know if we're
  • 38:07
    if anyone's paying for them at the
  • 38:09
    moment I'm sure maybe some of the
  • 38:11
    ventilators were about five grand and
  • 38:14
    they've jacked the price up many of
  • 38:16
    these places that have canceled their
  • 38:18
    contracts and now they're selling the
  • 38:19
    same ones for $15,000 because that they
  • 38:22
    could do the sales pitch you've seen the
  • 38:24
    Silicon Valley sales pitch for
  • 38:25
    technology Laura you're gonna pay
  • 38:28
    $15,000 for this ventilator it pays for
  • 38:31
    itself with one person on the ventilator
  • 38:34
    right with the $40,000 right so the
  • 38:39
    $15,000 is not a lot to pay when I was
  • 38:41
    only paying five before well it's okay
  • 38:44
    you you look at the look at the profits
  • 38:46
    you're gonna make from these now I want
  • 38:47
    to add to this thesis of yours which is
  • 38:50
    to say I've all and the numbers prove
  • 38:53
    this out and I
  • 38:55
    mentioned it in the newsletter about the
  • 38:56
    10% of the Italians that were Cova
  • 39:00
    deaths yeah was 10 percent of the total
  • 39:03
    number so the told number and Italy's
  • 39:05
    should be knocked down by 10% maybe
  • 39:08
    space pulling a stunt 2 in the United
  • 39:10
    States we have this ridiculous situation
  • 39:12
    where California has very few Cova
  • 39:14
    deaths compared to New York even though
  • 39:15
    with twice the population and probably
  • 39:17
    three times the homeless population of
  • 39:20
    New York I have to say and having worked
  • 39:23
    in the government and worked with guys
  • 39:24
    from New York and New Jersey in that the
  • 39:28
    air pollution those who are inspectors
  • 39:29
    of the their New York is corrupt this is
  • 39:33
    a scam New York is stealing people's
  • 39:35
    money is stealing the money of the
  • 39:36
    taxpayer I'm not believing anything I'm
  • 39:39
    believing those movies they keep taking
  • 39:40
    down from YouTube showing the empty
  • 39:42
    hospitals and then the day before
  • 39:44
    showing a staged event in front of the
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    hospital as though New York's falling
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    apart this New York is the problem
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    Johnse today
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    I always love a perfectly timed pet
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    peeve there you go
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    well to add to that this news of course
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    is getting around people are questioning
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    the billing codes how it works how much
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    money there's enough examples of people
  • 40:11
    admitting even dr. Burks herself
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    admitted that you died you got Kovac
  • 40:16
    your mark as a as a kovat 19 death
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    however interestingly enough but now the
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    chances of once you're on the ventilator
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    what is it it's like 20% chance you're
  • 40:30
    gonna get off your the 80% chance of
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    dying or is that the number 50 to 80 to
  • 40:34
    die 50 to a 50 to 80 to die tend to win
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    58 today well miraculously amidst all of
  • 40:41
    this billing confusion we get a little
  • 40:44
    statistic thrown at us from dr. Burke's
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    age groups who really needs
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    hospitalization ICU the innovative
  • 40:51
    pieces coming from we heard a great
  • 40:54
    report from Louisiana this morning on
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    the phone call where they talked about a
  • 40:59
    minimum now a 40% of people coming off
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    of ventilators alive and leaving the
  • 41:05
    hospital
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    it's very encouraging to us I'm really
  • 41:08
    shows amazing progress clinically at
  • 41:11
    each of these hospitals and the real
  • 41:12
    lessons what we're learning and sharing
  • 41:14
    across hospitals clinically huh I wonder
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    is that because they're using
  • 41:21
    hydroxychloroquine is that because they
  • 41:23
    figured out that maybe they were using
  • 41:25
    the ventilators incorrectly what well
  • 41:27
    the range has always been 50 to 80
  • 41:29
    percent which she's described as 60
  • 41:31
    percent it was 40 percent are coming off
  • 41:34
    a life that means 60 percent of the
  • 41:35
    people on the ventilator are dying but I
  • 41:38
    thought I thought it was more like 80 to
  • 41:41
    90 percent she seems really happy I
  • 41:43
    thought we thought it was 80 plus that
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    die
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    no no it's 50 to 80 it was very clear we
  • 41:49
    had a clip that outlined it quite nicely
  • 41:51
    and 80 is a number that's not but this
  • 41:55
    is 60 this is not good I just want to
  • 41:58
    hear it
  • 41:59
    what do you remember it was an NPR
  • 42:01
    report huh so many clips yeah I don't
  • 42:06
    worry about it but it could also be that
  • 42:09
    but she surprised about the numbers so
  • 42:12
    something is different that she notices
  • 42:14
    no matter what we'd open it this is part
  • 42:16
    of the problem what's the benchmark
  • 42:18
    she's thinks she thinks 60% chance of
  • 42:21
    dying is good I mean this is all very
  • 42:24
    disturbing but not quite as just by the
  • 42:28
    way I want to mention that it in
  • 42:30
    corruption studies in the United States
  • 42:32
    Louisiana may be the most corrupt fact
  • 42:37
    love it well they also got a lot of need
  • 42:41
    for vents and this was one of the big
  • 42:43
    things that no wonder hospitals wanted
  • 42:45
    vent give us extra ventilators we can
  • 42:46
    always say we put someone on it put two
  • 42:49
    on that guy the most disappointing thing
  • 42:53
    has been dr. drew
  • 42:56
    dr. drew is not just backpedaling he has
  • 42:59
    flipped the canoe upside-down and has
  • 43:02
    done a 180 yes I'm yeah yeah I know I
  • 43:07
    understand this but I have to know this
  • 43:09
    now who does he work for does he have a
  • 43:13
    syndicated show is he working for one of
  • 43:15
    the big networks one of the Chinese
  • 43:17
    natural netten well no this clip I think
  • 43:19
    will be self-explanatory
  • 43:21
    okay recall that he used to work for
  • 43:23
    what he called the foul Chi Army the
  • 43:26
    foul Chi Army of fear during the
  • 43:29
    hiv/aids crisis and he was out in and
  • 43:32
    that we had a clip where he said
  • 43:34
    specifically that was my job was to
  • 43:35
    scare people about what's going on and
  • 43:38
    he's been very vocal that this is not
  • 43:40
    like it like a flu well 180
  • 43:42
    from dr. drew with some telling little
  • 43:45
    tidbits I am expressing my deepest
  • 43:48
    apologies for getting it wrong at the
  • 43:50
    beginning comparing crota virus to
  • 43:52
    influenza that was wrong when I did get
  • 43:55
    right was telling everybody after I
  • 43:57
    stated my position to be sure you listen
  • 43:59
    to doctor foul to you because he should
  • 44:01
    always be your North Star he will get it
  • 44:03
    right no matter what I think that's your
  • 44:04
    answer John is whoever he works for he
  • 44:09
    got a call and it's like remember me I'm
  • 44:11
    the Angel of Death
  • 44:12
    dr. foul Chi you must always tell them
  • 44:15
    I'm a knight stated my position to be
  • 44:17
    sure you listen to dr. foul chip because
  • 44:19
    he should always be here a North Star he
  • 44:21
    will get it right no matter what and he
  • 44:24
    has been and I was convinced would
  • 44:25
    always be the person we should listen to
  • 44:28
    and follow his direction and nothing
  • 44:30
    more nothing less
  • 44:31
    okay again we are getting lots of
  • 44:34
    threats I'd like us to please ask that
  • 44:38
    you stop so let me see doctor foul Chi
  • 44:42
    is the man to believe always always
  • 44:45
    always I've been getting some threats
  • 44:47
    and that we get together this is a time
  • 44:50
    for collective effort not for
  • 44:52
    scapegoating so I was engaged in a bit
  • 44:55
    of loser think by comparing numbers I
  • 44:57
    had a lot of numbers