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1237: Imbleachment

Adam Curry & John C. Dvorak

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April 26th, 2020
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Associate Executive Producers: Michael Goodell, A Yancey, Richard Sposto, Sir Economic Hitman, Taylor Olson

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Woodstock
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    what makes you think you know more than
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    the experts in Washington DC what makes
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    you think you know more
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    Adam Curry John C. Dvorak 26 2020 this
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    is your award winning combination media
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    assassination episode 1237 this is no
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    agenda
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    I'm from northern Silicon Valley where
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    the traffic is light once again I'm
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    Jessie de bourree
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    [Music]
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    of course it's light you're on mandatory
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    lockdown you're not allowed to drive you
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    can't drive slave be quiet
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    we're media folk so weird huh that's
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    right we are yes we're what's the actual
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    term the media services no no it's a
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    necessary guest no necessary personnel
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    necessary it's not first responders but
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    it's below that it's like grocery work
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    we're on par with checkout girls yeah
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    essential essential essential personnel
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    that's what it is now I got it essential
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    personnel and just to make sure
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    everybody is in line with the vibe like
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    every other big broadcast organization
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    and advertiser I think we should start
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    with a little aperitif that sets you in
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    the mood for these times and vibes since
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    2007
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    the No Agenda show has been with you
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    we're a part of your life your family
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    and our tribe
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    we've deconstructed the media with your
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    time of crisis we need each other more
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    than ever your friends and neighbors who
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    still live in dimension B need to be hit
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    in the mouth Adam Curry and Chauncey
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    of darkness we're here for you don't be
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    do it for your pot bub now let's all
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    have some gratuitous applause perfect
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    yes now we're in the mood thank you Dave
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    Jennifer yep I do have to do a little
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    housekeeping a pre announcement yeah for
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    anyone our artists are listening yes any
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    any art that has a picture Bill Gates on
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    it is rejected by me automatically well
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    luckily the art generators back up again
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    now what happened is is so obvious we're
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    like the only podcast is hounding the
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    Chinese for taking over the media
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    they're trying to put us out of business
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    you know it's took the website down
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    yesterday it took Kosmic we need áown
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    yeah then next thing you know the art
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    generators down I don't know if Mark had
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    any issues but you know they're a little
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    harder no no mark mark has everything
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    all set he's a he's aware of it hasn't
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    seen anything that's void 0 by the way
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    the art generator was down any show
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    notes which is interesting because that
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    is a that's an Amazon s3 bucket but I
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    doubt they were taking Amazon down but
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    maybe Amazon had to reroute or something
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    so that it would take a while it
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    wouldn't always connect that was very
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    odd
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    so yeah I think you're right and it's as
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    preposterous as it sounds it is it
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    really sounds preposterous but I that
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    was the first thing that pops into my
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    head who's doing this
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    it's not someone from reddit who just
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    hates us you gotta you know you gotta
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    get an ID rather bitching mode you gotta
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    get a botnet work running and stuff you
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    know you got it work it's much more fun
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    to post under multiple accounts instead
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    of yeah and ddossing someone got to get
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    a botnet set up so maybe maybe maybe
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    maybe it was very odd though yeah big
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    player by the way the CDC and World
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    Health Organization are now recommending
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    in addition to face masks and gloves
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    that we should all wear blindfolds to
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    protect us from seeing what's really
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    going on I think that's a good
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    recommendation but the Machine finally
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    got some some feed it got some bleach
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    the big massive medium machine finally
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    finally they got one that they could
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    just just vilify the president over two
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    three four five six
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    Zephyr were down we're down ladies and
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    gentlemen but we had what was that did
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    we have a fiver no the fiber was going
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    the other way with some other train okay
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    so but six is the is that well except
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    for no Zephyr six cars is the economic
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    indicator for today yeah not great I'm
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    really happy I saw your Clips your clip
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    list I'm really happy you got dr.
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    Erickson and definitely want to get to
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    that and I'm glad you did that well
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    before we do anything can I play this
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    one clip because this is an outlier
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    because I'm listening to this clip it's
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    on for Al Jazeera and I have not heard
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    any of this the big meeting of all the
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    g7 and the g20 they're all gonna get
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    together and they're gonna form
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    one-world government really they're
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    gonna do this they're gonna do that they
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    had
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    merkel was at the meeting as she's on
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    the screen trying to talk and and i'm
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    listening as global as pitch I'm saying
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    why has our media specifically and they
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    hint has already been delivered earlier
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    why is our media completely ignoring the
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    disinformation this is the unknown
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    globalist pitch it's being called a
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    landmark collaboration the World Health
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    Organization heads of government and
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    research bodies came together to
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    coordinate the fight against kovat 19
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    they've pledged to work together to find
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    a vaccine and make sure everyone has
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    equal access to treatments and
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    diagnostic tests but the United States
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    isn't taking part president Donald Trump
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    has accused the whu-oh of mishandling
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    the crisis
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    we'll bring in our guest in a moment to
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    discuss the challenges ahead first this
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    report from our diplomatic editor James
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    bass it's just the place you would have
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    expected in previous times to have seen
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    us leadership a global crisis and world
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    leaders coming together with a response
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    not the idea of this event to coordinate
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    the search for a vaccine testing and
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    treatments for covert 19 and to make
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    sure all the widely available the world
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    leads dis tools and it needs them fast
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    past experience has taught us that even
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    when tools are available they had been
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    not been equally available to all we
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    cannot allow that to happen with 19
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    requires the most massive Public Health
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    efforts industry data must be shared
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    production capacity prepared resources
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    mobilized communities engaged and
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    politics set asides I know we can is
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    this the vaccine bin Laden who is this
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    guy that's the head of the UN oh my god
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    would he sounds like a terrorist on a
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    Vidia sure does data must be shared
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    production capacity prepared resources
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    mobilized communities engaged and
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    politics set asides I know we can do it
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    I know we can put people first
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    yes leaders spoke from all regions of
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    the world
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    technically bringing them all together
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    was a bit of a challenge your excellency
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    you have okay Germany one of four
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    members just like Tracey Ullman doing an
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    angle and Merkel Pitt that's fantastic
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    hello hello can you hear me if as Obama
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    I liked him so much better your
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    excellency you have can you hear me now
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    yes yes we can hear you
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    okay Germany one of four members of the
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    g7 group of countries that will
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    represent it we're now going to continue
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    to mobilize all countries of the g7 and
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    the g20 for them to Beck this initiative
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    I hope that we will be able to reconcile
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    this initiative with China and the u.s.
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    because the fight against covert 19 as a
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    common good for Humanity there shouldn't
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    be any divisions between countries we
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    need to join forces to win this battle
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    yeah I've noticed this I've noticed this
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    as well there are all the plans of the
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    global New World Order type elite peeps
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    have been activated yes but but
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    interesting to me though is the media
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    non reaction to this because this is an
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    opportunity to pound Trump I promise not
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    not working with the with the rest of
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    the world which one should be leading
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    they kind of indicated that in this
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    reports as well do when the United
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    States should be leading they're not
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    even there and so I'm thinking to myself
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    why how do you miss this opportunity
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    because they dawned on me think I'm
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    bleach dot not well yeah that's the best
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    they can do they it so dawned on me what
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    what's influencing their coverage China
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    who else is not at this meeting
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    China none of the meeting China no they
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    bailed too so we and China with the two
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    big ones that were left out that we're
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    out of misery neither one that was
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    interesting I didn't realize that yes
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    that's why that's why it so the Chinese
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    if we were trying to argue that they're
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    controlling the media here's an
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    opportunity to bash Trump but they can't
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    do it because China is also not in I'm
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    just reading the Reuters blurb about
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    this French president Emanuel McCollum
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    German Chancellor Angela Merkel South
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    African president Cyril ramp
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    Rama Rama fossa were among those who
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    joined a video conference it doesn't
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    doesn't even say that both of them were
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    I think you're right
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    they can't Oh leaders from Asia the
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    Middle East and Americas also join the
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    video conference but several big
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    countries did not participate China
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    India and Russia so that's in the u.s.
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    that's because Russia is not that big
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    but China and India hello who a Chinese
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    not in the GRE I'm sorry Russia's not in
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    the g7 well they got kicked out yeah
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    yeah so then we're missing we're India
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    China and the United States yeah so for
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    the four other were New World Order
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    types they were all in right well that's
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    what it holds true it's it's the elites
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    I think it's the World Economic Forum
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    guys yeah because I'm looking at their
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    co vid action-platformer oh yeah
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    this is wv4 oh yeah here we go
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    we've got I'll just read the headlines
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    of the three main projects they have on
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    their Co vid action action action
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    platform 3d printing manufacturers for
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    rapid response initiative advancing
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    global digital content safety content
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    needs to be safe this is a good one
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    online content has the power to
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    influence minds incite action and shape
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    the fabric of society what is posted and
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    shared on digital platforms has
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    proliferate proliferated substantially
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    leading to questions of how
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    for content should be governed to uphold
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    the safety of society while considering
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    diverse stakeholder interests and
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    responsibilities across the media
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    ecosystem whoa so the World Economic
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    Forum these people want to develop a
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    public-private cooperation and
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    principles for online content moderation
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    including basic standards to defined
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    harmful content our fall it's gonna hurt
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    you those words will come and slice you
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    so that's the second one the third one
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    is value in media the fourth Industrial
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    Revolution has changed the waste value
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    not value for value than out there
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    idiots kidding me the fourth Industrial
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    Revolution has changed the way content
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    is produced distributed and consumed for
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    media companies brands and individuals
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    oh god what do they want to do here take
  • 13:08
    over the Internet
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    yes and they're trying to figure out
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    here this project value in media has
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    spent a year looking at how individual
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    consumers value destination media sales
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    destination media looking bad Madison
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    Avenue pitch is what it is
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    it has analyzed business model
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    strategies in the media industry studied
  • 13:29
    the exam to which extent to which these
  • 13:30
    strategies align with people's
  • 13:32
    preferences around payment and data
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    management and discussed whether this is
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    stupid you're not the future elites but
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    yeah that's what they done they've done
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    that they did the call no one's paying
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    attention I think you give the certainly
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    the US media which is important since a
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    lot of the research is coming out of the
  • 13:51
    US for this although every country has
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    their favored virologist everybody has
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    their foul Chi everybody's got their got
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    their different people to love or to
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    hate but the bleach shit that went down
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    and since it happened Thursday right
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    after the show of course that just that
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    was it you know that was the the actual
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    shark jump of the media to go all in on
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    this and and but what was sad about it
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    is that bite into each it was sad about
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    it
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    is that the the secretary of Department
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    of Homeland Security William Bryan which
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    was the catalyst to these comments which
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    I will play so at least everyone's heard
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    them instead of just what you think you
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    heard were the headline you read he had
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    some very interesting information which
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    really wasn't covered because of the
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    whole injecting bleach and UV light up
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    Uranus as like okay mainstream we got
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    you so here's these the acting secretary
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    of Department of Homeland Security and
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    he had then I've short stop stop stop
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    I think we've jumped into the bleach
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    thing you have to give a little
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    background and just the time I'm leading
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    you into it it's called a path well the
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    path yeah yeah but you're good okay know
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    what in order to understand what
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    happened you need to hear it in context
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    if you just hear Trump for 30 seconds
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    talking about injecting some kind of I
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    think there's people that don't even
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    know he did that that's what I'm saying
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    holy shit are you kidding me I'm not
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    kidding you okay then I will give you a
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    better okay that this guy the secretary
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    of Department of Homeland Security came
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    on with Trump on Thursday and it was I
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    think a very dumb idea to do it but I
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    appreciate the effort to say hey I'm
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    bringing this guy in
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    he's they've been looking at a couple of
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    interesting data points no more or less
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    we're actually less interesting than
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    hydroxychloroquine at first brush but
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    I'm just giving you something to think
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    about and the guy goes through a couple
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    of interesting things the one is
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    deceptive the susceptibility to
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    temperature this has been a a
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    conversation that we've been wondering
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    about what does this thing die anyway so
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    it then he goes that you ultraviolet
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    light he goes into disinfectants and
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    then the president comments and what he
  • 16:23
    just heard and that turned into this
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    huge media storm I'm surprised if anyone
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    hasn't this was around the world in
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    every language the and and they even
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    translated bleach to Clorox in Europe
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    everybody was on this but here's here's
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    the stuff that you missed because this
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    virus does not do well in heat and we're
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    talking seventy to seventy-five degrees
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    not even warm by certainly by Texas
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    standards and today I would like to
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    share certain trends that we believe are
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    important our most striking observation
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    to date is the powerful effect that
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    solar light appears to have on killing
  • 17:01
    the virus both surfaces and in the air
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    we've seen a similar effect of
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    temperature and humidity as well we're
  • 17:07
    increasing the temperature and humidity
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    or both is generally less favorable to
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    the virus so let me illustrate with this
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    first slide he's gonna talk about a
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    half-life I cut all that out half-life
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    is basically you get a number that means
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    in that number of hours the virus will
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    have died by 50% and then it'll die by
  • 17:25
    another 50% in the same amount of hours
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    so you kind of calculate how long it's
  • 17:29
    living so if you look at an 18-hour
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    half-life which are basically saying is
  • 17:32
    every 18 hours the virus the life of the
  • 17:35
    virus is cut in half so if you start
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    with a thousand particles of the virus
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    in 18 hours you're down to 500 in 18
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    hours after that you're down to 250 and
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    so on and so forth that's important as I
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    explained the rest of the chart if you
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    look at the first three lines when you
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    see the word surface we're talking about
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    non-porous surfaces door handles
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    stainless steel and if you look at the
  • 17:55
    as the temperature increases and as the
  • 17:57
    humidity increases with no Sun involved
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    you can see how drastically the
  • 18:02
    half-life goes down on that virus so the
  • 18:04
    virus is dying at a much more rapid pace
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    just from exposure to higher
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    temperatures and just from exposure to
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    humidity if you look at the fourth line
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    you inject summer the sunlight into that
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    you inject UV rays into that the same
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    effects on line two that's seventy to
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    seventy-five degrees with eighty percent
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    humidity on the surface and look at line
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    four but now you inject the Sun the
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    half-life goes from six hours to two
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    minutes so you know we had ninety
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    degrees the other day there's nothing
  • 18:32
    left of this virus here if it was
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    outside and in fact what really turns
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    out if you look at the whole
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    presentation this guy made his beyou you
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    personal human being outside instead of
  • 18:45
    inside with sunshine gives you a much
  • 18:48
    a chance of not even getting it but then
  • 18:52
    we have to go to the disinfectants and
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    and I think what happened here is that
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    the president had gotten a briefing he
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    got the briefing there's a lot of UV
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    light projects by the way yes also for
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    the body it's not completely crazy
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    that's why people aren't busting him on
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    it but if you listen to what the
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    secretary of Department of Homeland
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    Security says it sounds like there was a
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    previous conversation about some kind of
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    disinfectant some kind of aural
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    disinfectant so let's listen to that and
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    then we'll get into what the president
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    actually said we're also testing
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    disinfectants readily available we've
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    tested bleach we've tested isopropyl
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    alcohol on the virus specifically in
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    saliva or in respiratory fluids and I
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    can tell you that bleach will kill the
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    virus in five minutes isopropyl alcohol
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    will kill the virus in 30 seconds and
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    that's with no manipulation no rubbing
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    just bring it on and leaving a go you
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    rub it and it goes away even faster
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    we're also looking at other
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    disinfectants specifically looking at
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    wood 19 he's reconfirming the old theory
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    Tito's vodka kind of it but he all he
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    specifically mentions it on the tongue
  • 20:08
    and in saliva we're also looking at OHS
  • 20:10
    there disinfectants specifically looking
  • 20:13
    at the Coburn 19 virus in saliva this is
  • 20:17
    not the end of our work as we continue
  • 20:18
    to characterize this virus to integrate
  • 20:20
    our findings into practical applications
  • 20:21
    to mitigate exposure and transmission so
  • 20:25
    twice he mentions saliva and the tongue
  • 20:27
    so maybe there's something there I don't
  • 20:29
    know no no one asked him any questions
  • 20:31
    about it of course and just wait until
  • 20:33
    the president finds out that vaping is
  • 20:36
    propylene glycol which has been proven
  • 20:39
    to kill specifically coronaviruses in
  • 20:43
    mist form wait until trump starts
  • 20:46
    talking about that if you vape you won't
  • 20:49
    die so right out of this presentation I
  • 20:53
    in fact they even left the guys thank
  • 20:55
    you word and here you'll hear exactly
  • 20:56
    what the president said after listening
  • 20:58
    to this and apparently some secret
  • 20:59
    briefing he received and
  • 21:01
    there was no it was really nothing it
  • 21:04
    wasn't even a follow-up question at the
  • 21:06
    time in the room this is not the end of
  • 21:08
    our work as we continue to characterize
  • 21:10
    this virus and integrate our findings
  • 21:11
    into practical applications to mitigate
  • 21:13
    exposure and transmission I would like
  • 21:16
    to thank the president thank the vice
  • 21:17
    president for their ongoing support and
  • 21:19
    leadership to the department and for
  • 21:21
    their work in addressing this pandemic I
  • 21:23
    would also like to thank the scientists
  • 21:24
    not only in s and T and the end back but
  • 21:27
    to the larger scientific and R&D
  • 21:28
    community thank you very much a question
  • 21:37
    that probably some of you
  • 21:38
    okay so pay attention everybody this is
  • 21:40
    the piece that that got the media
  • 21:42
    telling you in headlines that the
  • 21:45
    president said you should inject bleach
  • 21:48
    a question that probably some of you are
  • 21:51
    thinking of this year totally into that
  • 21:53
    world which I find to be very
  • 21:54
    interesting so supposing we hit the body
  • 21:58
    with a tremendous whether it's
  • 22:01
    ultraviolet or just by the way he's
  • 22:03
    talking to the guy off stage as he's
  • 22:06
    doing this powerful light and I think
  • 22:09
    you said that hasn't been checked but
  • 22:11
    you're gonna test it and then I said
  • 22:13
    supposing you brought the light inside
  • 22:14
    the body you can which you can do either
  • 22:16
    through the skin or in some other way
  • 22:19
    and I think you said you're going to
  • 22:21
    test that too
  • 22:22
    sounds interesting very cool right and
  • 22:24
    then I see the disinfectant weird knocks
  • 22:27
    it out in a minute one minute and is
  • 22:31
    there a way we can do something like
  • 22:32
    that by injection inside or almost a
  • 22:38
    cleaning because you see it gets in the
  • 22:40
    lungs and it does a tremendous number
  • 22:42
    will also be interesting to check that
  • 22:44
    so that you're gonna have to use medical
  • 22:46
    doctors with but it sounds it sounds
  • 22:48
    interesting to me so we'll see but the
  • 22:51
    whole concept of the light the way it
  • 22:52
    kills it in one minute that's that's
  • 22:55
    pretty powerful state please so okay and
  • 22:59
    then somehow this gets turned into this
  • 23:01
    huge frenzy which I don't give a shit
  • 23:04
    and I know I'm defending the president
  • 23:06
    would shit oh no you're defending the
  • 23:08
    president yes please write me lots of
  • 23:11
    emails but in this case
  • 23:13
    them they missed some in the media was
  • 23:15
    so preoccupied and so politicized now
  • 23:18
    it's all political that they miss
  • 23:20
    important information and really didn't
  • 23:23
    put any of that out there particulars
  • 23:26
    the temperature is important but this
  • 23:29
    drama want you to inject bleach this
  • 23:30
    hopeless this whole thing came to a
  • 23:33
    crescendo last night at least this part
  • 23:35
    of it because now Trump is not doing
  • 23:38
    questions anymore he's now he's giving
  • 23:41
    up pieces is not worth doing questions
  • 23:42
    at the press conference
  • 23:44
    he'll if you do if he does if like hello
  • 23:46
    you finally figured that one out prayers
  • 23:48
    really that it wasn't worth it so
  • 23:52
    Saturday Night Live made good on a
  • 23:54
    request you recall foul she was a foul
  • 23:57
    she is of course the super celebrity
  • 23:59
    everybody loves him I think this was CNN
  • 24:02
    Saturday Night Live is back this weekend
  • 24:04
    after a month of being off what do you
  • 24:07
    think the chances are that somebody will
  • 24:09
    portray you I have no idea well if they
  • 24:16
    did which actor would you want to play
  • 24:19
    you here are some suggestions that I've
  • 24:21
    heard Ben Stiller Brad Pitt which one
  • 24:23
    dad did of course
  • 24:26
    well of course he got his wish and now a
  • 24:31
    message from one of the lead members of
  • 24:33
    the White House coronavirus task force
  • 24:35
    dr. Anthony pop G by the way it's gonna
  • 24:37
    be hard to hear that it's Brad Pitt
  • 24:39
    until the end because he nails the
  • 24:43
    accent I think he really does it he had
  • 24:45
    a wig on had the glasses on and they
  • 24:48
    kept cutting to video of old video so
  • 24:50
    this is the crescendo of the of the
  • 24:53
    bleach and the bleach cycle good evening
  • 24:57
    I'm dr. Anthony Fauci first I'd like to
  • 25:01
    thank all the older women in America who
  • 25:03
    have sent me supportive inspiring and
  • 25:06
    sometimes graphic emails now there's
  • 25:10
    been a lot of misinformation out there
  • 25:11
    about the virus and yes the president
  • 25:15
    has taken some liberties with our
  • 25:17
    guidelines so tonight I would like to
  • 25:19
    explain what the president was trying to
  • 25:21
    say and remember let's all keep an open
  • 25:24
    mind
  • 25:25
    had some we had a great meeting today
  • 25:26
    with a lot of the great companies and
  • 25:28
    they could have vaccines I think
  • 25:30
    relatively soon relatively soon is an
  • 25:33
    interesting phrase relative to the
  • 25:36
    entire history of earth sure the
  • 25:38
    vaccines gonna come real fast but if you
  • 25:41
    were to tell a friend I'll be over
  • 25:43
    relatively soon and then showed up a
  • 25:46
    year and a half later well your friend
  • 25:49
    may be relatively pissed off we have
  • 25:51
    done an incredible job we're going to
  • 25:54
    continue it's going to disappear one day
  • 25:57
    it's like a miracle it will disappear a
  • 25:59
    miracle would be great who doesn't love
  • 26:00
    miracles but miracles shouldn't be plan
  • 26:03
    a even soli try it's atrocious isn't it
  • 26:07
    it's it's bad what this it's not funny
  • 26:12
    no it's not funny if that's what you
  • 26:14
    will know it's not funny the way but he
  • 26:16
    has a couple of gags coming up but but
  • 26:18
    I'm noticing his pouch he started off
  • 26:21
    pretty solid and then it slipped out and
  • 26:23
    start to fall apart cuz they're hard to
  • 26:25
    sustain yeah but where are the jokes
  • 26:28
    jokes wait this was to be joke yeah
  • 26:33
    there's one or two here I think just as
  • 26:35
    an aside I'd recorded like a couple of
  • 26:37
    these Jimmy Kimmel bits because you had
  • 26:39
    one the other day yeah there is no
  • 26:42
    material there worth worth repeating
  • 26:44
    it's just terrible
  • 26:45
    where are the writers man where are the
  • 26:49
    writers and shelter-in-place cowering in
  • 26:51
    place the employ first anybody that
  • 26:54
    needs a test gets a text read they're
  • 26:56
    there they have to test and the tests
  • 26:58
    are beautiful okay couple of things I
  • 27:01
    don't know if I would describe the test
  • 27:04
    as beautiful unless your idea of beauty
  • 27:07
    is having a cotton swab tickle your
  • 27:09
    brain also when he said everyone can get
  • 27:12
    a test what he meant was why would you
  • 27:16
    do that if you're trying to be the
  • 27:17
    righteous SNL the righteous on the right
  • 27:20
    side of history Saturday Night Live why
  • 27:23
    would you make fun of a test that has
  • 27:25
    been outdated the one that goes into
  • 27:26
    your brain why would you put that into
  • 27:29
    people's heads to make them not want to
  • 27:31
    get a test or you just and I just found
  • 27:34
    that kind of irresponsible her beauty is
  • 27:36
    having a cotton swab tickle your brain
  • 27:38
    also when he said everyone can get a
  • 27:42
    test what he meant was almost no one
  • 27:45
    we've got a germ you can call it a flu
  • 27:48
    you can call it a virus you can call it
  • 27:50
    many different names I'm not sure
  • 27:51
    anybody even knows what it is
  • 27:53
    did you see what they're doing this is
  • 27:55
    this kept on going the whole time and
  • 28:00
    there's a funny bit here or there but oh
  • 28:03
    this is two minutes now not funny we
  • 28:07
    know what it is and then I see the
  • 28:08
    disinfectant but knocked it out in a
  • 28:12
    minute one minute and is there a way we
  • 28:14
    can do something like that by injection
  • 28:19
    so now he does a sight gag supposing we
  • 28:22
    hit the body with a tremendous whether
  • 28:25
    it's ultraviolet or just very powerful
  • 28:28
    light I know I shouldn't be touching my
  • 28:31
    face but now there is a rumor that the
  • 28:35
    president is going to fire me let's see
  • 28:38
    what he said about that today I walk in
  • 28:40
    I hear I'm gonna fire him I'm not firing
  • 28:41
    I think he's a wonderful guy
  • 28:43
    so yeah I'm getting fired until then I'm
  • 28:46
    gonna be there putting out the facts for
  • 28:49
    whoever's listening and then he takes
  • 28:50
    off his wig and when I hear things like
  • 28:52
    the virus can be cured if everyone takes
  • 28:54
    the tight pot challenge I'll be there to
  • 28:57
    say please don't into the real doctor
  • 29:01
    foul cheap thank you for your calm and
  • 29:05
    your clarity in this unnerving time and
  • 29:08
    thank you to the medical workers first
  • 29:09
    responders and their families for being
  • 29:11
    on the frontline and now live kinda from
  • 29:16
    all across America it's Saturday night
  • 29:18
    yeah so that that was that's what
  • 29:22
    they're doing now well I think they're
  • 29:27
    destroying their own franchises around
  • 29:29
    here I mean they they never have trouble
  • 29:32
    in a regular season of running reruns
  • 29:36
    they'll run them all the time right but
  • 29:39
    but now when you actually can't do a
  • 29:41
    show
  • 29:43
    you do this virtual signaling show which
  • 29:45
    everyone's oh I'm in the house I'm in my
  • 29:47
    house we do have a note from one of our
  • 29:48
    producers about this he does I have to
  • 29:53
    find the note I didn't think about about
  • 29:55
    what well he does he does remotes I have
  • 30:00
    I have it I have it
  • 30:01
    yeah I want you read that note this is a
  • 30:02
    great note and this tells you because
  • 30:05
    this was a debate between you and me I
  • 30:07
    thought that they were phoning up the
  • 30:09
    sound on purpose I didn't think that at
  • 30:11
    first but then I started watching them
  • 30:13
    normalized different kinds of feeds for
  • 30:17
    this say it this is for the stay-at-home
  • 30:19
    hosts who sound like crap yeah yeah yes
  • 30:24
    guys I just got off a call with I guess
  • 30:27
    I will mention the name we do the tech
  • 30:30
    for 80% of Broadway Turner NBC Fox etc I
  • 30:34
    will tell you that the shit quality is
  • 30:37
    on purpose Stephen Colbert has a
  • 30:40
    broadcast truck in his driveway and
  • 30:42
    Trevor Noah has a to camp set in his
  • 30:44
    apartment you can be sure others have
  • 30:46
    similar setups just a mean fro from the
  • 30:49
    inside in addition I got a note from a
  • 30:53
    dude named a a Navy dude named n
  • 30:57
    anonymous I work as an audio/video
  • 30:59
    technician in Manhattan for corporate
  • 31:01
    events this is more regarding Biden and
  • 31:04
    or what happened to the president
  • 31:06
    recently when they didn't play the end
  • 31:08
    of his of his favorite clip with Cuomo
  • 31:11
    yeah I work as an audio/video technician
  • 31:14
    in Manhattan for corporate events and I
  • 31:16
    have an explanation why there was a mess
  • 31:17
    up at the White House there's a known
  • 31:19
    pact between AV professionals that are
  • 31:21
    working events for organizations that
  • 31:23
    are conservative religious or Republican
  • 31:26
    the pact is to mess things up just
  • 31:30
    enough so you can blame the equipment
  • 31:32
    for the problem but enough to make the
  • 31:33
    person on stage look like an idiot Wow
  • 31:37
    I've spoken with one of these
  • 31:39
    technicians who was fired for messing up
  • 31:40
    the feed the audio feed for an event
  • 31:42
    that featured the president I'm betting
  • 31:44
    I'll bet you that was that Thursday
  • 31:46
    night from The Oval Office bet you that
  • 31:50
    was the guy as for why Joe Biden has all
  • 31:53
    these technical problems I haven't got a
  • 31:55
    damn
  • 31:55
    yet but I'm still looking into it will
  • 31:57
    provide information once I find it so
  • 32:00
    yeah oh yeah sabotage it's all sabotage
  • 32:05
    was just suspicious of the Trump
  • 32:09
    sabotage which seemed a little off yeah
  • 32:13
    totally but that yeah it makes sense
  • 32:15
    these guys are just as political as
  • 32:17
    anybody else and I'm gonna point
  • 32:19
    something out because I I didn't want to
  • 32:21
    do any of these shields and Brooks which
  • 32:23
    are really terrible now but I do have
  • 32:25
    three I do want to play and the main
  • 32:28
    reason is is that Brooks it is so called
  • 32:34
    you know the conservative supposed
  • 32:36
    conservative was actually a Democrat
  • 32:37
    works for the New York Times as a
  • 32:39
    columnist and all in New York Times
  • 32:41
    folks
  • 32:41
    Brooks is in his they have the three of
  • 32:45
    them in their homes that make a big
  • 32:46
    point of saying it Judy says and Judy is
  • 32:48
    on in front of it she's on a green
  • 32:50
    screen there's no doubt about it it's
  • 32:52
    wiggling around her hair and it's a
  • 32:55
    bookshelf is your bookshelf and it's and
  • 32:57
    it's crisp crisp image with a crisp
  • 33:01
    bookshelf everybody else is blurry the
  • 33:05
    focus is all wrong for ya there's no
  • 33:07
    bouquet no no back folks not and so so
  • 33:14
    deal I'm sorry to stop I'm sorry I'm
  • 33:16
    trying to stop you when you say no
  • 33:19
    bouquet I think that would be great for
  • 33:21
    people to understand what that means
  • 33:22
    it's it's just I don't even know what
  • 33:24
    where that term comes from but it's a it
  • 33:26
    refers to the amount of blurring that
  • 33:29
    takes place in the background when you
  • 33:31
    are when you're when your camera as
  • 33:33
    usually has a big at when the aperture
  • 33:37
    is why and you have whatever size lens
  • 33:39
    it is usually a good probably one of the
  • 33:42
    shorter lenses and you're focusing very
  • 33:44
    closely where you can get the focus
  • 33:46
    right on somebody's nose the background
  • 33:49
    of will go into a blur not just depth of
  • 33:52
    field doesn't know what that means depth
  • 33:54
    it feels away but whatever effect yeah
  • 33:56
    okay but I like bouquet much more Bo
  • 34:00
    keh anyway so anyway this is doesn't
  • 34:05
    look right on Judy and and you can see
  • 34:07
    it you could see the little I've always
  • 34:08
    been
  • 34:09
    into this because I got a lecture I went
  • 34:11
    to a lecture once at the NAB about green
  • 34:14
    screens by some maniac that was a green
  • 34:16
    screen nut and he was showing green
  • 34:19
    screen anomalies a night I didn't see
  • 34:21
    any of it but anyway before you go out I
  • 34:24
    was just thinking about this yesterday
  • 34:26
    that at MTV we utilize some of the very
  • 34:31
    first chroma key which was blue screen
  • 34:34
    back in the day yeah we know it was
  • 34:35
    originally blue screen was all blue and
  • 34:37
    that was that was a game-changer though
  • 34:39
    that death did a lot for television
  • 34:42
    chroma key yeah anyway so you got
  • 34:47
    shields on the left Judy you've sharp
  • 34:50
    focus in the middle and Brooks and
  • 34:53
    Brooks is on the right I'm gonna play
  • 34:55
    these three clips and it doesn't really
  • 34:56
    bring out Brooks right away but I'm
  • 34:58
    looking at Brooks and he is looking like
  • 35:01
    he's aged ten years and he just looks
  • 35:06
    frightened and it dawned on me that
  • 35:09
    these guys these media guys that are in
  • 35:12
    you know I think about the Lib Joe's Ola
  • 35:14
    restaurant when they say oh the myth the
  • 35:16
    earth is melting they actually flipped
  • 35:18
    out they're actually flipped out by
  • 35:21
    their own but I believe in their own
  • 35:23
    publicity it is the only way of putting
  • 35:25
    it
  • 35:26
    if you want to call it publicity well
  • 35:28
    yeah it's just like they did do these
  • 35:30
    negative stories and this in a negative
  • 35:32
    environment and everybody believes all
  • 35:34
    this people believe that Trump literally
  • 35:37
    said take some bleach and inject it yep
  • 35:40
    he never said anything about the sword
  • 35:42
    is you just proved but these guys are
  • 35:45
    all in on this and they be and it's
  • 35:47
    ruined it's reverting them I mean
  • 35:49
    physically it's physically damaging them
  • 35:53
    and there's something to watch
  • 35:55
    I mean Brooks is a wreck Scottie I can't
  • 35:59
    imagine I have to assume everybody the
  • 36:00
    New York Times is like this except of
  • 36:02
    psychos I mean there's a few of those
  • 36:04
    over and it's so sad that that any and
  • 36:07
    these are people who are not dumb I mean
  • 36:09
    they would they have degrees and stuff
  • 36:11
    all you have to do is pay the stuff all
  • 36:15
    you have to do is watch a minute and 30
  • 36:17
    seconds of c-span to know exactly what
  • 36:20
    he said
  • 36:21
    but but the whole world has become
  • 36:23
    headline driven its headline media
  • 36:26
    that's all it is you know do you have
  • 36:27
    clickbait but then this this New York
  • 36:29
    Times does headline media and watch this
  • 36:32
    elective 8 yeah
  • 36:34
    well sadly the way the machine works is
  • 36:38
    when they grab on to something like this
  • 36:41
    it's self fulfilling because yeah then
  • 36:43
    you want then all of a sudden that did
  • 36:45
    the bean counter show up and the tickers
  • 36:46
    pop on like okay we got we got a live
  • 36:48
    one here let's keep this going people
  • 36:51
    what else can we get can we get to can
  • 36:53
    we get Johnson and Johnson to put out a
  • 36:55
    release that says don't do it okay we
  • 36:57
    got that check mark boss so I have these
  • 37:00
    three clips from shields and Brooks on
  • 37:02
    the PBS Newshour and I want to play them
  • 37:05
    the first one is is is about the Georgia
  • 37:09
    situation the opening up you can open
  • 37:12
    topic of conversation because if you
  • 37:16
    listen to this this is shields
  • 37:18
    explaining why the president doesn't
  • 37:20
    want Georgia to just open his doors even
  • 37:23
    though he makes a false analogies and he
  • 37:27
    but listen to what he's doing and what
  • 37:29
    you're gonna listen for I might as well
  • 37:31
    give it away
  • 37:32
    is the president is constantly condemned
  • 37:36
    for not taking the advice of the experts
  • 37:38
    even though he is when in the
  • 37:41
    coronavirus situation he's done nothing
  • 37:44
    but take the advice of the experts if he
  • 37:46
    went by his gut probably none of this
  • 37:49
    would be happening yeah but he goes by
  • 37:51
    the advice of the of the experts as
  • 37:54
    pouchy in particular and this other and
  • 37:56
    this woman that what your buddy Burks
  • 37:58
    and those two tell him what they're
  • 38:01
    gonna say so he passes that along but he
  • 38:04
    still condemned for being a you know the
  • 38:07
    wild renegade shooting his gun in the
  • 38:10
    example of shields trying to put the two
  • 38:17
    things together so he can slam trumpets
  • 38:21
    always the it's always the outcome it's
  • 38:24
    always like how can I wind this up by
  • 38:25
    slamming Trump that's pretty much what
  • 38:28
    it is and now we turn to the analysis of
  • 38:31
    shields and Brooks that
  • 38:32
    syndicated columnist mark shields and
  • 38:34
    New York Times columnist David Brooks so
  • 38:37
    all three of us are at our homes it's
  • 38:39
    great to see both you mark and you David
  • 38:43
    staying safe let's start with President
  • 38:45
    Trump's decision to turn over to the
  • 38:48
    governor's the decision about whether
  • 38:51
    and when to open up mark we've seen the
  • 38:55
    state of Georgia other states moving
  • 38:57
    quickly to reverse the stay at home
  • 39:00
    orders there questions being raised
  • 39:03
    about whether it's too early the
  • 39:05
    President himself at point backing down
  • 39:08
    on his support for this how do you read
  • 39:11
    all this it's you have to watch it
  • 39:14
    closely Judy I mean last just last
  • 39:16
    weekend the president was in bold type
  • 39:19
    tweeting out to liberate Minnesota
  • 39:22
    liberate Michigan liberate Virginia to
  • 39:27
    put pressure on Democratic governors
  • 39:30
    there to lift the bands and and lift the
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    quarantine so stop those liber8 tweets
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    had nothing to do with the quarantine
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    they were to tell the voters to get rid
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    of these Democrat governors in the next
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    election and he was just saying let's
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    liberate these states from these
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    Democrats but but let's but shields
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    doesn't pay you know care about that
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    because there was no indication was
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    anything other than that but he's gonna
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    read it and that's what they're doing
  • 40:01
    out there reading that's what they did
  • 40:03
    with this inject the bleach the reading
  • 40:05
    into just a mild comment but let's
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    continue to Virginia to put pressure on
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    Democratic governors there to lift the
  • 40:15
    bands and and lift the quarantine so
  • 40:19
    don't camp they got the governor of
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    Georgia who was the last in the country
  • 40:25
    to impose stay at home rules wants to be
  • 40:29
    the first to lift them and Toddie had a
  • 40:32
    green light from the president I guess
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    but the president doesn't forget the
  • 40:37
    fact that while he is a loyal supporter
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    of mr. Kemp's it's an off-and-on thing
  • 40:42
    because Kemp if you'll recall just at a
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    petty political point
  • 40:46
    instead of pointing to the Johnny
  • 40:49
    Isaacson vacancy in the United States
  • 40:51
    Senate Doug Collins the congressman from
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    Georgia has been so close to the
  • 40:54
    president the opponent said Kelly
  • 40:56
    Leffler and all of a sudden Donald Trump
  • 41:01
    the president was told according to
  • 41:03
    reports from CNN by both by Anthony
  • 41:07
    Fauci dr. Anthony Fauci that he could
  • 41:10
    not support and would not defend the
  • 41:13
    lifting of the quarantine in Georgia so
  • 41:16
    he backed off very roundabout way of
  • 41:21
    saying nothing
  • 41:23
    well he said that the Trump is venal and
  • 41:26
    he was worked at this guy and he didn't
  • 41:28
    want him to lift the ban because if is
  • 41:31
    not picking his pal we don't know any
  • 41:34
    that none of this could be this could
  • 41:35
    all be lies those are based on the CNN
  • 41:37
    report and then foul she tells Trump not
  • 41:40
    to approve this lifting so soon in other
  • 41:44
    words the expert told Trump what to do
  • 41:46
    Trump listen to the expert and Trump
  • 41:48
    passed it along instead of leaving it
  • 41:50
    that is a simple explanation for the
  • 41:52
    whole thing now he dreams all this crazy
  • 41:55
    imaginary stuff up and this is
  • 41:57
    continuing in the media to such an
  • 42:00
    extreme that I don't know how people can
  • 42:01
    stand it well and that's why I think for
  • 42:06
    me the media has just it's of no value
  • 42:10
    entertainment value it's still there's
  • 42:12
    still some funny stuff but if you
  • 42:14
    actually want to learn something you
  • 42:15
    can't get anymore you have to go to
  • 42:18
    podcasts YouTube's all kinds of
  • 42:20
    alternatives to get actual professionals
  • 42:24
    who are given two seconds to talk let's
  • 42:28
    go to the shields and Brooks show and
  • 42:32
    and so David I mean the president by
  • 42:34
    doing this is passing on responsibility
  • 42:37
    to the governors for better or worse
  • 42:39
    yeah I'm happy about it I don't want my
  • 42:42
    first decisions made by a guy thinks
  • 42:43
    this can be solved by drinking
  • 42:45
    disinfectant so if you can get it out of
  • 42:47
    the White House we're getting into safer
  • 42:49
    their hands I mean so it has to be that
  • 42:54
    a guy like that when he says that he
  • 42:56
    actually thinks that's what was said he
  • 42:59
    must because
  • 43:00
    again you have to look at him he looks
  • 43:04
    like when she drank like he drank some
  • 43:07
    disinfectant probably so I can't trust a
  • 43:10
    guy who says you should drink
  • 43:11
    disinfectant which he never did so these
  • 43:13
    guys are just it's just like a it's like
  • 43:16
    a I don't in an intellectual blood bath
  • 43:19
    I don't even know how to describe what's
  • 43:21
    going on with these guys but it's it's
  • 43:23
    pathetic
  • 43:24
    and and and I'm telling you I should
  • 43:26
    take some screenshots of me I go back
  • 43:28
    yeah I believe you I believe he's on
  • 43:30
    death's door but from your description
  • 43:32
    this looks like wow man hold on well
  • 43:37
    anyway so let's go to the last clip
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    American is considered how polarized
  • 43:41
    were amazingly United right now 98% of
  • 43:43
    Democrats and 82% of Republicans support
  • 43:46
    this listen stop in stro a lot I gotta
  • 43:49
    set this one up so what he's doing but
  • 43:51
    he's gonna do is he's going to talk
  • 43:53
    about how the countries United over this
  • 43:55
    kovin thing but what he describes is a
  • 43:59
    generally speaking a country of sheep
  • 44:06
    because it's what he's describing as a
  • 44:09
    good thing
  • 44:10
    if you really think about what he's
  • 44:11
    saying it's kind of pathetic because
  • 44:14
    he's saying that if they lifted the
  • 44:17
    bands that we all went back to work and
  • 44:18
    said people still wouldn't leave because
  • 44:20
    they were too afraid that's what he's
  • 44:22
    essentially saying let's listen to this
  • 44:24
    clip again what are we what are we not
  • 44:26
    we she American is considering how
  • 44:28
    polarized were amazingly united right
  • 44:30
    now ninety-eight percent of Democrats
  • 44:32
    and 82 percent of Republicans support
  • 44:34
    the social distancing 90% of Americans
  • 44:37
    complete bipartisan consensus believe