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1241: Curtain Wranglers

Adam Curry & John C. Dvorak

3h 28m
May 10th, 2020
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Executive Producers: Dame Krissy, Dame Deister, Dame Olga, Sir Kevin Dills, Earl of North Carolina, Sir 10t, Duke of Federal Reserve District 7, Maxine Waters Gravel, Sir Cal of Lavender Blossoms, Sir Nick, Dragon of the Four Domains, Sir Locybin Knight of the Psychonauts, Onno Priester

Associate Executive Producers: Sir Colin the Friendly Fat Man, Jason Perry, Baron Sir Ed LeBouthillier, Vincent, Sara Gonzalez, Nicholas Vazquez, Daniel Galloway, Adrienne Drenckhahn, Barbara Ponnwitz, Anonymous, Sir Austin, Baron of the Puget Sound & Dame Laura of the Snowy Cascades

Cover Art by Cesium 137

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Start of Show
Woodstock
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    oh this is no agenda northern Silicon
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    Valley where everybody's wearing masks
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    and you know there's a smile under that
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    mask I'm Jessie Dvorak yes the right
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    topic off the bat I am unmuzzled I will
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    not be muzzled and you don't have to be
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    muzzled the official word is in wearing
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    a mask in public is not desired
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    this is dr. Anthony Fauci on 60 minutes
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    right now in the United States people
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    should not be walking around with masks
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    you're sure of it because people are
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    listening really know closely to the
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    right now people should not be worried
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    there's no reason to be walking around
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    with a mask when you're in the middle of
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    an outbreak wearing a mask might make
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    people feel a little bit better and it
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    might even block a droplet but it's not
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    providing the perfect protection that
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    people think that it is and often there
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    are unintended consequences people keep
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    fiddling with the mask and they keep
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    touching their face then can you get
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    some schmutz and sort of staying inside
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    there or of course but when you think
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    mask you should think of health care
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    providers needing them and people who
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    are ill there can be no question no
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    masks and as a handy resource I have
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    made no masks dot-org
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    and if you go there I shall do it myself
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    no masks org you will see a copy of that
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    video you will have an audio there and
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    you can bookmark and bookmark that as a
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    handy little resource when someone gives
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    you crap you say oh yeah
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    look at tony fauci bitch
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    I like to wear you put a byline on it
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    [Laughter]
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    it's not really by design that's
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    otherwise you can't have a title without
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    the byline that's just some way the
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    system is cheap generator no excuse me
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    this is the freedom controller not some
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    cheap generator thank you very much your
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    controller you should be able to have it
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    so you should be able to control it yes
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    I know I know I'm working on it I'm
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    working on it anyway so there it is that
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    is the definitive answer it is from
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    Asics nothing has changed since then
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    ouchy in fact is not even on the scene
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    he is in quarantine how handy is that
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    when everybody wants out just when
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    everybody wants him to testify
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    all of a sudden yeah no I thought yes
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    someone was exposed so I have to self
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    quarantine little things it's kind of
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    fun
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    timing so everyone is not walking around
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    here in a mask I would say about 50
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    percent of the people yeah well you have
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    oh you should private lands maybe it
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    could be right I mean here it's a
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    hundred percent yeah I accept some of
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    the homeless and they're not walking
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    around in messages yelling at people
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    yeah and shaking their fists everyone
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    else is wearing a mask happily they're
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    all happily wearing masks this is this
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    is so not a good idea the more I think
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    about it now that now that we have the
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    official medical advice I mean you agree
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    with me right that is the guy who makes
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    the call correct
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    he is the referee oh okay yes he's the
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    referee he's the guy that makes the call
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    he said no mask it was very clear we
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    have a mask ordinance in Austin which is
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    illegal because the the state overruled
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    it but still they're gonna try and shame
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    you and Duke on all kinds of Democrats
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    I don't know if it's just because the
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    Democrats this that's what is reason
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    around here it's something in the water
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    and MS the Republicans try not to so you
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    think that's the delineation it's not
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    just people who are won't be muzzled let
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    sighs yep yeah yes sadly you're probably
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    somewhat right but but the protest is
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    everywhere people want to they want out
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    they're done they don't want to hear it
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    anymore they want to get back to work
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    they want to get back to life they're
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    just not taking it anymore that boots on
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    the ground Pennsylvania from one of our
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    producers gonna kill people people have
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    had enough the overwhelming majority of
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    deaths in Pennsylvania have been in
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    nursing homes the hospitals were never
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    overrun in fact they are furloughing
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    people and hospitals are losing money by
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    the billions due to cancelled elective
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    surgeries not unique to Pennsylvania we
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    were told that even with social
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    distancing there was a huge chance would
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    overload the system and it simply didn't
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    happen and yet the governor just
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    extended the stay-at-home order until
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    June 4th without any data to back it up
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    three four five man the day that eight
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    comes I'll be I'll be Hootin and
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    Hollerin seven cars seven car economy on
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    we have a we have a friend that works
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    for NHS mm-hmm and she says that it's
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    same thing
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    hospitals are empty I'm suppose it must
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    be a pocket someplace where there's a
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    hospital full and she says what's
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    pathetic is that people look like
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    there's a one example recently there's
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    this big empty Hospital places big is
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    empty and some guy had a stroke so they
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    brought him in but because of all the
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    rules his wife or nobody can see him so
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    he's stuck in there by himself when he's
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    half out of it and he's wondering where
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    everybody is he's wondering if he's dead
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    my dad where's my wife and my dad and
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    he's just pathetic
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    she says this is so sad and this is
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    going on all over the Great Britain with
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    these people because you can't just go
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    and see him so
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    if your assertion is correct and I'm and
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    I'm gonna say in California I bet it is
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    that it's political the mask is a
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    political thing that is so it political
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    grease because the people who wear the
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    master responsible and the people don't
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    wear the mask and want to kill everybody
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    they're horrible Republicans okay so you
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    could say that both of these groups are
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    acting rather cultish right one says
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    we're the smart cult and you gotta wear
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    the mask and the other says we're not a
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    part of the cult and they have their own
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    cult I guess you know true I don't think
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    that I think that non masks words are
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    not part of a cult okay well that even
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    strengthens this argument truthstream
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    media put together a cool little video
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    to the shownotes
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    in a show notes calm just a talking cat
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    ladies and gentlemen do not despair no
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    agenda show has the talking cat coming
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    up in just a moment stand by they did a
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    bit on cults and how people are
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    initiated so initiation rituals into
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    cults are they they kind of mashed up
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    the idea of what's going on now with the
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    video while reading a very traditional
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    piece of work about initiation real
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    rituals into cults and I just picked up
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    this one-minute clip from it necessary
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    for new members to function properly in
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    the society they are being inducted into
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    are all imbued at this time
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    repetition is typical as its use helps
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    hammer the spell home the wearing of
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    masks may be required
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    masking has traditionally played an
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    important role in rituals of this kind
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    and hastening the suppression of ego to
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    help facilitate a death of the old
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    identity before the identification with
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    and manifestation of a new one disguised
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    under a mask and hidden away the
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    initiate is more easily able to
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    transcend the self pushed further toward
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    that invisible line between the physical
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    and spiritual realms I'm all in on this
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    now I'm so no no this mask thing is a
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    very bad idea the very bad idea people
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    have to wake up to what's going on here
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    we're so preconditioned forget just the
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    one it's just how bad I think it is
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    especially around here you don't know if
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    you see it there but I'm sure you do you
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    have these morons and I'll use the term
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    driving in their cars by themselves with
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    masks oh yes John we have that the
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    windows are up yes we well you don't
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    want the ronan to fly in and hit you in
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    the face do you know and also the air is
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    off no no you can't have any air on it's
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    just your hotbox and down the road with
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    your mask yes I've seen it
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    so we make kind of a sport of it now to
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    see okay did you go in without a mask
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    yeah hell yeah I did people aren't
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    yelling yet they're not not yelling yet
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    but anyway the preconditioning producer
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    Justin losing obviously a gamer or he
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    was a gamer around 2000 said
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    so much stuff that has been in the in
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    the psyche for so long this is the game
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    dos dos X that gets some kind of combat
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    game whenever and here's a little clip
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    your appointment to FEMA should be
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    finalized within the week I've already
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    discussed the matter with the senator I
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    take it he was agreeable he didn't
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    really have a choice
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    has he been infected yes most certainly
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    when I mentioned that we could put him
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    on the priority list for the ambrosia
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    vaccine he was so willing it was almost
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    pathetic this play the rioting is
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    intensifying to the point where we may
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    not be able to contain it
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    why contain it let it spill over to the
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    schools and churches let the bodies pile
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    up in the streets in the end they'll beg
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    us to save them going on for a while
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    Deus Ex actually I mispronounced it oh
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    yeah but how differents how different
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    does it sound from New York City this is
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    producer Nick who caught the giant voice
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    recording going off as people were
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    starting to kind of congregate getting
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    too close to each other you know wanting
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    to say something to their government
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    [Applause]
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    [Music]
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    and you are ordered to disperse if you
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    fail to this person yeah this is
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    reminding me I guess we've got users
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    from there you will be ticketed and yeah
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    the red zone is for parking
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    [Music]
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    and you hear that what kills me about
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    that announcement at the airport's they
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    play it inside the airport only a JFK
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    though I don't think anywhere else they
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    do it Oakland so you've even got yeah
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    but Oakland is very small so the Oh
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    golly Marlene I forgot to bring the car
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    around
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    don't start outside parked so even some
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    of the doctors are fed up with it and
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    are doing the typical kind of stand-up
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    presser in front you know in the scrubs
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    in front of the the hospital doors up on
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    the steps and scrubs yeah oh yeah there
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    you go exactly dr. presser his pressures
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    damn it I'm on a roll presser in scubs
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    this is dr. barky what did the experts
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    are wrong
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    what up quarantine the healthy doesn't
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    actually save lives
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    what if wearing a mask in public is not
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    effective my name is dr. Jeff Markey and
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    I'm here representing thousands of
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    physicians across the country whose
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    voices are being silenced because we
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    don't agree with the mainstream media
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    and the experts who are telling us what
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    to do
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    never in the history of this great
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    Republic have we quarantined the healthy
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    never in the history of this great
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    Republic have we told churchgoers and
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    it's illegal for you to exercise your
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    First Amendment right of freedom of
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    religion yet at the same time it's
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    essential to keep pot dispensaries open
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    never in the history of this country
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    have we been told that you can't go to
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    church because it's not essential but
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    you can go get an abortion
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    never be fooled another country have we
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    let criminals out of jail but we've told
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    you you can't exercise your Second
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    Amendment right and protect yourself by
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    purchasing a firearm when liquor stores
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    are deemed essential but your businesses
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    are getting non-essential there's
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    something wrong going on this booklet
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    the Declaration of Independence and our
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    US Constitution was never designed to
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    restrain the people it was designed to
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    restrain the government I can inform you
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    the doctor has been demonetised doctor
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    is a republic well there's that but he
  • 14:55
    has he has some very valid points and
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    he's he's making his point heard but
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    there's somebody's got to do it but
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    there's a lot of crazy stuff going on
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    weird they're just even at a local level
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    or the state level and like an Austin a
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    mayoral level they just don't want us to
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    get out they just want to come up with
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    reasons to keep us in and now we have
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    the trait at five G up well now we have
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    the Tres act on the way House House
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    Resolution D well and of course it is
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    how it you can't make it up it's House
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    Resolution 666 it's one six too many and
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    here's the problem a lot of people have
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    with it it will authorize the Secretary
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    of Health and Human Services toward
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    grants to eligible entities to conduct
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    diagnostic testing for kovat 19 and
  • 15:46
    related activities such as contact
  • 15:49
    tracing through mobile health units and
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    and here comes as necessary at
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    individuals residences and for other
  • 15:58
    purposes
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    so they're putting together a tracing
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    squad a hundred billion dollars is the
  • 16:06
    proposal for this and it will be yeah
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    exactly what it sounds like a form of a
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    like the EU regulation like an army and
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    so if if you've been identified as
  • 16:21
    someone who
  • 16:22
    may have been in contact then to come to
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    your house and test you and take
  • 16:25
    measures so what could these measures be
  • 16:28
    well let's take you out of the house and
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    lock you up
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    that's correct and this is doctor Robert
  • 16:32
    Levin he is the health secretary of
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    what's-his-name here a health director
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    of Ventura County California and here he
  • 16:46
    is talking and when you listen to him
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    speak just and I've left a little more
  • 16:50
    in this than I would have at the
  • 16:51
    beginning certainly he's like mr. Rogers
  • 16:55
    and he's an ally I even have to
  • 16:56
    interrupt him he's so sickly at telling
  • 16:59
    you what's going to happen I mean it's a
  • 17:00
    real doctor and you just listen to this
  • 17:02
    guy and what he's talking about is quite
  • 17:06
    concerning we are beginning a program
  • 17:09
    today and it's a pilot program which
  • 17:12
    will certainly grow into something
  • 17:14
    larger and larger and that is community
  • 17:18
    contact tracing program we've done
  • 17:21
    contact tracing all along that a contact
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    is a person who's been exposed to
  • 17:28
    someone that we document to have the
  • 17:31
    kovat infection when we find someone who
  • 17:34
    has a kovat infection those people are
  • 17:37
    immediately isolated but we also work
  • 17:40
    with them to figure out who their
  • 17:42
    contacts were just the way he says that
  • 17:45
    you know it if you if you have the virus
  • 17:49
    okay you can be asymptomatic maybe you
  • 17:52
    get tested but the way he makes it sound
  • 17:54
    is like immediately isolated luckily
  • 18:02
    because you have been doing such a great
  • 18:05
    job of cooperating and staying indoors
  • 18:08
    and staying isolated you've been such
  • 18:11
    good little obedient servants and slaves
  • 18:14
    it used to be there were ten contacts at
  • 18:18
    least for every patient that we would
  • 18:20
    find now it looks like there are
  • 18:23
    probably only two or three or four
  • 18:25
    contacts not surprisingly so good
  • 18:29
    very good Human Resources by the way the
  • 18:32
    guy is not doing an interview he's
  • 18:33
    speaking on stage this is how he speaks
  • 18:36
    to his his County is his subjects
  • 18:40
    because most people have been staying
  • 18:42
    away from others saying that's that's a
  • 18:45
    good news but the purpose of this
  • 18:48
    program is to bring on people we're
  • 18:51
    going to start with ten people we may
  • 18:53
    bring on up to fifty or even more just a
  • 18:56
    pilot project after all as the program
  • 18:58
    grows and as we see the needs for it as
  • 19:01
    we do more testing we will find more and
  • 19:03
    more people who have kovat 19 and again
  • 19:08
    will isolate every one of them and we
  • 19:10
    will find every one of their contacts we
  • 19:13
    also realize that as we find more
  • 19:16
    contacts some of the people we find are
  • 19:19
    going to have trouble being isolated for
  • 19:23
    instance if they live in a home where
  • 19:25
    there's only one bathroom and there are
  • 19:28
    three or four other people living there
  • 19:30
    and those people don't have kovat
  • 19:33
    infection we're not going to be able to
  • 19:35
    keep the person in that home every
  • 19:37
    person who we're isolating for instance
  • 19:40
    needs to have their own bathroom and so
  • 19:43
    we'll be moving people like this into
  • 19:45
    other kinds of housing that we have
  • 19:48
    available empty prison cells no no no no
  • 19:54
    no no listen you don't call the prison
  • 19:56
    cell anymore they'll also have other
  • 19:58
    needs perhaps food whatever it's gonna
  • 20:01
    be if the county will be there to back
  • 20:04
    them up and to support them yeah I think
  • 20:05
    you're right it's a prison cell I think
  • 20:07
    that's exactly where you're going and so
  • 20:10
    you know when you hear this and you hear
  • 20:12
    you see this bill that is coming our way
  • 20:15
    you gotta think the guys pretty happy
  • 20:17
    about it it's like yeah I'm gonna get
  • 20:20
    fund it's perfect reminds me of this a
  • 20:22
    little bit if you think about
  • 20:24
    takes place within a strong legal
  • 20:26
    framework we operate under the rule of
  • 20:29
    law and are accountable for it in some
  • 20:33
    countries secret intelligence is used to
  • 20:35
    control their people in powers it only
  • 20:38
    exists to protect their freedoms protect
  • 20:41
    their freedoms
  • 20:42
    protect their freedoms protect their
  • 20:46
    freedoms and that's why we're doing in
  • 20:48
    citizen is to protect your freedoms I
  • 20:50
    have no fear yeah yeah it's gross okay
  • 20:58
    that's that unfortunately is seems to be
  • 21:02
    where we're headed now we were looking
  • 21:03
    for some names for uh for some reason
  • 21:08
    that that really hit a mark and you see
  • 21:12
    where I have this people started coming
  • 21:14
    up with all kinds of cooler names for
  • 21:16
    tracking so that we could kind of sell
  • 21:18
    it a bit better so we have social
  • 21:22
    interactive safety social proximity
  • 21:26
    awareness when we need something for
  • 21:29
    these troops we need a name for them too
  • 21:32
    social density squad I had one I forgot
  • 21:37
    to write it down because somebody wrote
  • 21:38
    one and I thought was quite good first a
  • 21:42
    bunch of yeah we should put a webpage
  • 21:44
    together and you could put by Adam Curry
  • 21:47
    on it screw you door I could go to it
  • 21:54
    anyway I had a very infected eye oh yes
  • 21:59
    you had a big eyeball was swollen up and
  • 22:01
    you could even barely see through it it
  • 22:03
    was causing problems with this show show
  • 22:05
    actually suffered yes there were certain
  • 22:06
    buttons like I could not hit with
  • 22:08
    accuracy my eye hand coordination and
  • 22:10
    gotten thrown totally out of whack so
  • 22:12
    after three days of you know as the
  • 22:15
    eyelid was all swollen than the socket
  • 22:17
    we were in a big boxing match yes on the
  • 22:21
    losing end of the match and so now my
  • 22:23
    whole face is kind of swelling up and
  • 22:25
    like all right now we got this oh it's
  • 22:31
    the hair that was my secret and by the
  • 22:35
    way little Richard died and talking
  • 22:36
    about a guy with a big head
  • 22:38
    yeah Little Richard man he did a lot
  • 22:40
    he's a lot for America he really won't
  • 22:44
    bamboo yeah he did a lot anyway so you
  • 22:48
    know being a podcaster the you know the
  • 22:51
    insurance scene is not all that easy in
  • 22:53
    a while back the keeper and I found this
  • 22:55
    new outfit from that's actually a couple
  • 22:57
    of Silicon Valley guys and it's called
  • 22:58
    decent and we may have talked about on
  • 23:00
    the show and well they basically give
  • 23:02
    you five hundred dollars a month per
  • 23:04
    person disaster insurance but you know
  • 23:06
    they they do chip in for some medication
  • 23:09
    and stuff and whatever it ideal if
  • 23:11
    something bad happens you know I'll have
  • 23:13
    to figure out the eight thousand dollar
  • 23:14
    deductible the insurance kicks in and
  • 23:19
    besides I typically go to doctor wrong
  • 23:21
    the voodoo doctor anyway it's not
  • 23:22
    covered so but one of their selling
  • 23:27
    points is unlimited
  • 23:28
    telemedicine appointments so I think
  • 23:31
    well here's my chance I'm going to have
  • 23:33
    to do this which of course yeah good
  • 23:36
    point
  • 23:36
    involved downloading the app which I
  • 23:39
    have a special phone for which is goes
  • 23:41
    off after the usage downloaded the app
  • 23:45
    and I have to tell you wait hold on a
  • 23:48
    second you can't do this on your regular
  • 23:50
    computer a desktop yes you can
  • 23:52
    you can't can you can't there's a link
  • 23:55
    and everything one guy I wanted to have
  • 23:56
    the full experience so I could report on
  • 23:58
    it on the show this is the new hot thing
  • 24:00
    telemedicine and up on the screen pop
  • 24:03
    said dr. Sam robot doc now no I think he
  • 24:08
    may have been he's maybe a Turkish
  • 24:10
    descent but he's in Vegas and he owns
  • 24:13
    the telemedicine company he's also the
  • 24:15
    CEO and he had a bow tie which tells you
  • 24:17
    he's an inventor and that was fun he's
  • 24:22
    invented a device that you connect to
  • 24:24
    your phone and then he can listen to
  • 24:26
    your heartbeat and take your temperature
  • 24:28
    and God knows what else maybe stimulate
  • 24:31
    but I had a really good experience with
  • 24:36
    this and he says you know the thing is
  • 24:38
    we can talk as long as you want there's
  • 24:39
    no limit and and he told me uh well I
  • 24:43
    didn't say confidentially but anyway he
  • 24:46
    said that he only charges $10 per
  • 24:49
    telemedicine visit to the
  • 24:51
    insurer's he says you have no idea how
  • 24:54
    we make it up on volume so we got tens
  • 24:56
    of thousands of customers and they're
  • 24:58
    calling with prettiness simple things
  • 24:59
    and for me was like okay I see why
  • 25:01
    you're calling the guy do you see the
  • 25:03
    problem you know three questions and
  • 25:05
    then get the drops and by the end of the
  • 25:07
    afternoon it was already starting to
  • 25:09
    clear up I was impressed I'm not a guy
  • 25:11
    who likes to go to the doctor for
  • 25:13
    anything
  • 25:14
    yeah well it's not as a dangerous place
  • 25:16
    it's a very dangerous place
  • 25:18
    it was quite yeah I there's something to
  • 25:21
    it
  • 25:21
    and I and these guys are trying to
  • 25:23
    figure out a different business model by
  • 25:25
    making it more affordable I don't know
  • 25:29
    if they're actually making money but it
  • 25:30
    certainly is a hell of a lot cheaper
  • 25:32
    than lots of other routes I've seen and
  • 25:35
    your eyeballs okay and my eyeball is
  • 25:37
    doing quite well thank you got some
  • 25:39
    antibiotics and I'm rocking and rolling
  • 25:41
    well did he tell you what this problem
  • 25:43
    was what my problem will rot the eyeball
  • 25:48
    yes he had a name for it which I
  • 25:50
    promptly forgot but it is essentially
  • 25:54
    inflammation of the eyelid from
  • 25:59
    allergies with a histamine and then you
  • 26:03
    rub it and then if you rub it then he
  • 26:05
    gets screwed up and you're screwed yeah
  • 26:07
    yeah Texas syndrome yes indeed Texas
  • 26:12
    syndrome yeah okay I have a phrase that
  • 26:19
    I think we will be hearing a phrase from
  • 26:22
    the shades no I think well no it's gonna
  • 26:24
    be a phrase from the future and I've
  • 26:27
    read it a couple times and I'm like wow
  • 26:29
    are they really pushing this and maybe
  • 26:31
    I'm wrong but the recovery through
  • 26:34
    prevention which is just the most new
  • 26:36
    speak I've ever heard recovery through
  • 26:39
    prevention which of course you know what
  • 26:41
    that leads to
  • 26:42
    yeah locking in jail we let the
  • 26:45
    prisoners out now the vaccine of course
  • 26:47
    it leads you straight to vaccines
  • 26:49
    yes exactly vaccines which totally that
  • 26:53
    earlier clip well I'm gonna play this
  • 26:56
    one for you and this will kind of
  • 26:58
    finalize the getting back to work part
  • 27:00
    even though everywhere everywhere in the
  • 27:06
    world people are just giving up their
  • 27:08
    get their walking out of their homes
  • 27:09
    they've had it am sir damn is Rotterdam
  • 27:15
    it's no the UK isn't is different the UK
  • 27:18
    I think they shoot you on the spot
  • 27:19
    they're really locked down over there
  • 27:21
    hey I have a couple UK reports okay
  • 27:23
    we'll get to it after we listen to the
  • 27:25
    only way we can get back the only way
  • 27:28
    the world would get back to normal
  • 27:29
    ladies and gentlemen we have to listen
  • 27:31
    to the guru William Gates in my lifetime
  • 27:36
    there this will be the greatest economic
  • 27:39
    kit but you don't have a choice people
  • 27:41
    act like you have a choice people don't
  • 27:43
    feel like going to the stadium when they
  • 27:47
    might get infected you know it's not the
  • 27:50
    government who speak for yourself pansy
  • 27:52
    boy saying okay just ignore this disease
  • 27:55
    and you know people are deeply affected
  • 27:59
    by seeing these deaths by knowing they
  • 28:02
    could be part of the transmission chain
  • 28:03
    and in old people their parents that
  • 28:07
    grandparents could be affected by this
  • 28:09
    and so you don't laugh at about well I
  • 28:13
    think that he's actually laughing
  • 28:15
    because it's a tell some people have
  • 28:17
    brought the hammer down on me and say no
  • 28:19
    it's because of his Parkinson's like
  • 28:23
    well that may be but oh ok when do we do
  • 28:27
    his Parkinson's began about a decade ago
  • 28:29
    yeah and they're gone as far as I can
  • 28:31
    see I know bill before he when he was so
  • 28:35
    giving speeches about hobbies make money
  • 28:37
    by selling code and I've seen and I've
  • 28:40
    seen lucky buy for someone very young
  • 28:43
    yeah oh really that laugh has always
  • 28:45
    been there and went and when would he do
  • 28:47
    the line and Andy in appropriate smile
  • 28:50
    right in the middle of a sentence what
  • 28:52
    the right so what is that then if you've
  • 28:55
    been around it well I think that the
  • 28:58
    idea that it's a tell is probably the
  • 29:00
    closest it gets my knowing me just I
  • 29:03
    mean you could say well it's just a
  • 29:05
    nervous laugh but why does it show up
  • 29:06
    when it shows up because always shows up
  • 29:10
    at a tell moment I think he's giddy
  • 29:12
    about the whole idea he's giddy about
  • 29:14
    people being afraid
  • 29:16
    giddy about the only solution being his
  • 29:18
    giddy ass vaca Nations well I think
  • 29:23
    that's a valid interpretation I could be
  • 29:27
    by knowing they could be part of the
  • 29:29
    transmission chain and in old people
  • 29:32
    their parents or grandparents could be
  • 29:34
    affected by this and so you don't you
  • 29:38
    know you don't get to say ignore what's
  • 29:42
    going on here there are there will be
  • 29:45
    the ability particularly in rich
  • 29:46
    countries to open up it things are done
  • 29:49
    well over the next few months few months
  • 29:52
    for the world at large normalcy only
  • 29:56
    returns when we largely vaccinated the
  • 30:00
    entire global population and and so you
  • 30:03
    know although there's a lot of work on
  • 30:05
    testing a lot of work on drugs that were
  • 30:07
    involved with you know trying to achieve
  • 30:10
    that ambitious goal which has never been
  • 30:13
    done for the vaccine that rises to the
  • 30:16
    top of the list
  • 30:17
    this indoctrination from dr. bill is so
  • 30:22
    deep that people are buying into it I
  • 30:25
    think part of this is the reason why
  • 30:26
    even when cuz pouchy is he's compromised
  • 30:29
    he's a trump guy he's got trump goo on
  • 30:32
    him she's not a trump no no no I think
  • 30:34
    foul Chi is now being pushed away and
  • 30:37
    he's being seen as a turncoat just like
  • 30:40
    Burks I'm telling you the you should
  • 30:43
    know out there foul Chi is really not
  • 30:46
    this questions about him he won't go to
  • 30:48
    the house for his testimony now he's at
  • 30:50
    home now
  • 30:52
    no no bill Gates is still the ultimate
  • 30:54
    guy he dr. bill he knows everything
  • 30:57
    people are getting sick a bill and you
  • 30:59
    only have to ask someone like Sean Penn
  • 31:01
    who appeared on the view who appeared on
  • 31:04
    the view to an outlier and using that as
  • 31:07
    your example it's still Hollywood its
  • 31:11
    Hollywood I just want you to hear the
  • 31:13
    programming Sean Penn I know Sean Penn I
  • 31:16
    got remind me one of these days to tell
  • 31:19
    me Sean Penn story on the MGM grand air
  • 31:22
    but for now theory is on the view as
  • 31:25
    somebody who has seen government
  • 31:27
    response to crises
  • 31:29
    first hand how do you think this
  • 31:31
    administration Shan has been helping and
  • 31:33
    handling kovat and and what worries you
  • 31:37
    the most well on federal level I think
  • 31:40
    that one thing that certainly should be
  • 31:43
    much more robust is in the defense
  • 31:46
    production Act manufacturing just listen
  • 31:50
    to it and kids I believe that if we had
  • 31:53
    that on the kind of level with which
  • 31:56
    that Act was used in the past for war
  • 32:00
    efforts that there'd be no question but
  • 32:02
    that we could test what in fact give
  • 32:05
    multiple tests over a series of weeks to
  • 32:08
    every American there's no question we
  • 32:10
    have a model that's that we've been able
  • 32:13
    to push out and with that you're using
  • 32:16
    the combination of local governance and
  • 32:19
    community organizations or NGOs if it
  • 32:23
    would work on a small municipality level
  • 32:26
    as it would in a big city or in rural
  • 32:29
    areas yeah no Shawn there's no way we're
  • 32:32
    going to get multiple tests for every
  • 32:34
    man woman and child in the United States
  • 32:37
    and and I gotta appreciate the guy has
  • 32:40
    local teams here's a score I think his
  • 32:42
    name was group and and they they do a
  • 32:44
    lot of good things but no you you're
  • 32:47
    drinking the kool-aid man it's not
  • 32:50
    feasible but then again no yes nobody's
  • 32:56
    did this Universal vaccine is it the
  • 32:59
    whole world is gonna be vaccinated is
  • 33:00
    never the whole world's never been
  • 33:03
    vaccinated for anything especially when
  • 33:06
    nobody in Africa even trusts bill again
  • 33:09
    he's talking about testing now not VAX
  • 33:11
    no no I'm talking about backing up
  • 33:13
    because you didn't let me get that look
  • 33:14
    jab in there well bill or something go
  • 33:17
    back go ahead you jab all you're one of
  • 33:18
    dr. bill it's bullcrap
  • 33:21
    well Canada is there's gonna be more
  • 33:23
    people walk march in the streets against
  • 33:25
    any universal vaccine Trump I totally
  • 33:28
    subscribe to the Trump thesis which I
  • 33:31
    kind of think where I made know where it
  • 33:34
    comes from but it's been observed before
  • 33:36
    this thing is just gonna go away
  • 33:38
    it's not gonna be here next year
  • 33:41
    the Canada is already talking about
  • 33:45
    making the vaccine mandatory for all
  • 33:48
    citizens but Canada this guy's applied
  • 33:52
    bend over and hey hey hey not all cand a
  • 33:56
    Navy ins not all of them they know who
  • 34:00
    they are I have a second part of this if
  • 34:03
    you just want to laugh a little more the
  • 34:06
    fear has also been that all we do the
  • 34:09
    fear but this shows you that not Bill
  • 34:12
    Gates the yeah that is kind of what we
  • 34:14
    do this shows you what right what the
  • 34:17
    programming does if you only if listen
  • 34:20
    he's appearing on the view you have to
  • 34:22
    think he's probably getting his input
  • 34:24
    from one-sided sources at this point but
  • 34:28
    Sean yes yes so you know his fear level
  • 34:33
    is also at a point that is just off the
  • 34:35
    scale and unwarranted which looks do you
  • 34:39
    saw this she looks nervous and scared
  • 34:41
    not at all well I don't think we need to
  • 34:44
    attach a face of personality or what
  • 34:48
    somebody was sending on their social
  • 34:50
    media to be able to identify an active
  • 34:52
    shooter an active shooter is anything
  • 34:54
    that is continuing to to kill people and
  • 34:59
    our brothers and sisters and fathers and
  • 35:02
    daughters and sons this is this virus is
  • 35:06
    the active shooter and if we were I
  • 35:09
    think that if we could wrap our head
  • 35:11
    around it in that way and understand
  • 35:13
    that it's principally putting in the
  • 35:15
    radical people of color
  • 35:17
    elderly people young people it's racist
  • 35:21
    in randomly selecting all of us but you
  • 35:25
    see what he's doing there he's the way I
  • 35:28
    hear at night I think I'm hearing what
  • 35:30
    he's thinking is this is active shooter
  • 35:32
    and look at it he almighty it would have
  • 35:35
    been better if you said and active
  • 35:36
    shooters also target black people that's
  • 35:38
    almost what he's saying the programming
  • 35:41
    is so deep on that man anyway with with
  • 35:49
    or without the vaccine it's all gonna be
  • 35:52
    okay especially New York
  • 35:54
    we're gonna get get back we're gonna
  • 35:57
    bring our city back and we're gonna
  • 35:59
    bring in the best people to help our
  • 36:01
    children when we are reopening schools
  • 36:04
    let's Oakland a better school and let's
  • 36:07
    open a smarter education system and I
  • 36:09
    want to thank the Bill and Melinda Gates
  • 36:11
    Foundation will be working with them on
  • 36:14
    this project is in everywhere he's like
  • 36:20
    yeah we got a city down sitting down
  • 36:22
    bring in the Scholastic Services he can
  • 36:29
    repurpose common core but he's a genius
  • 36:32
    I just knew that Cuomo was jizan on Bill
  • 36:34
    Gates is a visionary ways and his ideas
  • 36:39
    and thoughts on technology and education
  • 36:43
    he's spoken about for years but I think
  • 36:44
    we now have a moment in history where we
  • 36:47
    can actually incorporate and advance
  • 36:50
    those ideas yes so the next time windows
  • 36:53
    acts like a bitch just think Bill Gates
  • 36:55
    and then you'll know that's why we
  • 36:58
    worship Him that's why you can't make it
  • 37:06
    up you cannot make it up you can't now
  • 37:10
    I'll take you into your UK clips ready
  • 37:12
    control ready I'm gonna take you into
  • 37:14
    your UK clips here's what we're gonna do
  • 37:17
    I've got a clip from the UK but first
  • 37:19
    some feedback on the stochastic model
  • 37:23
    and the assessment thereof of the Neil
  • 37:25
    Ferguson Imperial College model here is
  • 37:30
    you me Neil Ferguson the guy who is
  • 37:32
    shacked up with his mistress when he was
  • 37:34
    supposed to be yes sheltered in place is
  • 37:38
    the one that's the one the guy who was
  • 37:40
    overestimated quite a lot of numbers
  • 37:42
    throughout the run see that that would
  • 37:43
    be 2 million deaths in United States we
  • 37:45
    didn't get too many 500,000 in the
  • 37:48
    United Kingdom alone yes that guy and I
  • 37:51
    and you recall that he built these
  • 37:53
    models not on rock and roll but on 13
  • 37:56
    year-old undocumented code and we had
  • 37:58
    the lockdown skeptics org and they
  • 38:01
    reviewed the code and they had some
  • 38:03
    interaction as well with the college
  • 38:05
    defeating I had some questions back and
  • 38:06
    forth and one of the things
  • 38:07
    came up was it was the stochastic part
  • 38:11
    was and I really didn't have the
  • 38:15
    capability to analyze it properly but
  • 38:17
    what you and I thought was wait a minute
  • 38:20
    if this thing is returning random
  • 38:22
    results then something's wrong with it
  • 38:25
    and we were partially right and I just
  • 38:28
    want to read this one paragraph from
  • 38:29
    producer Richard who analyzed what's
  • 38:32
    going on he says the model and this is
  • 38:36
    what the article says under the
  • 38:37
    paragraph the model and elsewhere it's a
  • 38:40
    simulation and of course with the
  • 38:42
    simulation you do want some random
  • 38:43
    factors being thrown in but he says this
  • 38:46
    certainly looks like a poorly written
  • 38:48
    one in that in addition to the
  • 38:50
    intentional pseudo randomness underlying
  • 38:53
    the simulation there are additional
  • 38:55
    hardware and configuration dependencies
  • 38:57
    that cause the results to differ I would
  • 38:59
    not call these latter random or
  • 39:01
    stochastic in the statistical sense
  • 39:03
    because despite its flaws
  • 39:04
    if the code will run multiple times on
  • 39:06
    the same Hardware in the same
  • 39:08
    configuration with fixed random number
  • 39:10
    seeds the results would be identical at
  • 39:12
    least in single thread mode this is how
  • 39:15
    stupid this is
  • 39:16
    Ferguson's attitude about it is very
  • 39:18
    poor and he says admittedly were
  • 39:23
    partially right about the model about it
  • 39:26
    the pseudo randomness of it so bottom
  • 39:30
    line this model is shaky it sounds like
  • 39:36
    it's it's you know this is this whole
  • 39:38
    thing and I don't want to again I'm not
  • 39:40
    I'm just sounded like an ideologue but
  • 39:44
    this is the same kind of thing you see
  • 39:45
    with global warming these mediocre
  • 39:49
    models and they go on and on with these
  • 39:51
    models and then they make decisions
  • 39:53
    based on their lousy output and that's
  • 39:57
    what we've have right now with this
  • 39:58
    stupid thing and his model in the
  • 40:00
    Imperial College whatever that is not
  • 40:03
    Oxford it's not it's not Manchester I
  • 40:05
    mean what is this place very influential
  • 40:07
    that they nearly yeah because the whole
  • 40:10
    world's been shut down because of their
  • 40:12
    their pride models and this is what's
  • 40:13
    going on with global warming to which
  • 40:16
    people will never listen to these people
  • 40:17
    have never had a science they've never
  • 40:19
    taken a course in science but they're
  • 40:21
    all
  • 40:21
    all the big experts and so all the media
  • 40:23
    people none of them have ever they can
  • 40:25
    barely get through a sociology class but
  • 40:27
    here they are talking about these
  • 40:29
    computer models and how the gold is
  • 40:31
    gonna is melting the world's melting
  • 40:33
    it's not just Oliva balandin snot just
  • 40:35
    the models it's the actual data itself
  • 40:38
    we are hearing numbers of dead people
  • 40:41
    ranging from 37,000 to 72,000 we don't
  • 40:46
    really know what dead is and the CDC has
  • 40:50
    a history of exaggerating numbers of
  • 40:53
    dead and go back to 2000 from the movie
  • 40:56
    super from the documentary Super Size Me
  • 40:58
    and at the time there were headlines
  • 41:00
    trumpeting everywhere that obesity was
  • 41:01
    soon to overtake smoking as the number
  • 41:03
    one cause of preventable death in this
  • 41:05
    country the head of the CDC Julie Gerber
  • 41:07
    Dean went before Congress and issued big
  • 41:09
    warnings and there was a big uproar over
  • 41:12
    the number of deaths that were to occur
  • 41:13
    basically what they did was divide their
  • 41:16
    survey samples between people who are
  • 41:18
    obese and people who are not obese and
  • 41:20
    then basically looked at rates of death
  • 41:22
    now if you are obese and you died from a
  • 41:25
    snake bite they would say that it was
  • 41:26
    your obesity that was causing your death
  • 41:28
    not the snake bite and sound familiar it
  • 41:31
    was part of a little statistical
  • 41:33
    hanky-panky on their part in other news
  • 41:35
    today the Centers for Disease Control
  • 41:36
    said it made a mistake about the scope
  • 41:38
    of the obesity epidemic in the country
  • 41:41
    roughly a year later another set of
  • 41:42
    researchers from the CDC offered a much
  • 41:44
    much lower set of estimates according to
  • 41:47
    their estimates it was roughly 25
  • 41:48
    thousand people a year who were dying
  • 41:50
    from weighing too much researchers say
  • 41:52
    that mathematical errors exaggerated the
  • 41:54
    death toll why did the CDC inflate the
  • 41:57
    numbers of deaths attributable to
  • 41:58
    obesity
  • 41:59
    follow the money I think it's all about
  • 42:01
    funding and bureaucratic mission when I
  • 42:03
    talked to a few CDC officials they're
  • 42:05
    constantly preoccupied about how much
  • 42:07
    money the government our Congress is
  • 42:09
    gonna allow for them for the next year
  • 42:10
    they're constantly worried about getting
  • 42:11
    their funding cut
  • 42:13
    all of this might have gone unnoticed
  • 42:15
    except for the anti-tobacco people who
  • 42:18
    see this as a zero-sum game so they see
  • 42:20
    that if obesity becomes a big public
  • 42:22
    health issue it's gonna crowd out
  • 42:23
    funding to tackle smoking as a public
  • 42:26
    health issue so they were among the
  • 42:28
    first people to tell him to point out a
  • 42:30
    lot of the methodological problems and
  • 42:31
    the estimates relating obesity the
  • 42:33
    public health outcomes so they're just a
  • 42:35
    bunch of lying corrupt douchebags and
  • 42:37
    they do it all for the money for their
  • 42:39
    own projects for their own grants
  • 42:41
    there's so much money in Health and
  • 42:42
    Human Services is an incredible
  • 42:45
    I mean foul cheese little teeny teeny
  • 42:47
    weeny division is 11 billion dollars and
  • 42:50
    we heard from one of our producers John
  • 42:52
    you were on the email who knows people
  • 42:54
    in in the business and and they hate
  • 42:58
    that within what they call the flu
  • 43:00
    people the flu people they get all the
  • 43:03
    money it's always the flu people within
  • 43:05
    we also point out in that note that the
  • 43:08
    flu numbers are probably exaggerated cuz
  • 43:10
    we're always talking to all 60,000
  • 43:12
    60,000 dead from the flu the seasonal
  • 43:16
    flu is killing thirty to sixty thousand
  • 43:18
    people and it that number may be
  • 43:21
    exaggerated Allah seemed it appears that
  • 43:25
    well RFK jr. is all over this he says
  • 43:27
    maybe a thousand people a year die from
  • 43:29
    the flu he says it's a lie it's just a
  • 43:32
    lie he says but it's a big moneymaker
  • 43:34
    for the that by the way it was the first
  • 43:36
    question Adam tell me about yourself
  • 43:39
    you're 55 okay when's the last time you
  • 43:42
    had your flu shot first question out of
  • 43:44
    the gate and I say never and he went
  • 43:49
    okay next question actually that's funny
  • 43:52
    because I've had a big question asked me
  • 43:54
    and and as soon as you say I am I gonna
  • 43:58
    get one
  • 43:59
    they don't even lecture you about it I
  • 44:02
    mean so I mean it's as though they asked
  • 44:05
    this question gratuitously no because if
  • 44:07
    they were serious about when they say
  • 44:09
    well you should get one no no no all
  • 44:11
    they have to do is put the black
  • 44:13
    checkmark in the database that's what I
  • 44:15
    mean by gratuitous they're just doing it
  • 44:17
    for someone's black check mark so
  • 44:19
    they've done their job yes and there and
  • 44:22
    the follow-up it's exact same by the way
  • 44:25
    no offense of the doctors out there but
  • 44:26
    how is that any different than would you
  • 44:29
    like fries with that what sighs mm-hmm
  • 44:38
    because it's not as though the french
  • 44:40
    fry guy had McDonald's or wherever it is
  • 44:43
    pushes it they don't say we should like
  • 44:45
    fries or they say no they said all you
  • 44:47
    should they're great no but for now it's
  • 44:50
    not entirely true because the then it
  • 44:52
    would be McDonald's saying excuse me sir
  • 44:53
    when's the last time you had fries time
  • 44:58
    for a tasty fry aren't you hungry all
  • 45:00
    right
  • 45:01
    so clearly the CDC has had issues in the
  • 45:05
    past and there's so much confusion we
  • 45:07
    cannot trust any of this data so who
  • 45:09
    knows it could be a thousand people
  • 45:11
    could be a hundred thousand people we
  • 45:12
    don't know we don't know there's some
  • 45:14
    average but it seems to be a heck of a
  • 45:16
    lot less than we were scared into
  • 45:18
    staying home for now did this work and
  • 45:23
    you too and I put that chart in the in
  • 45:25
    the show notes of the guy who took the
  • 45:29
    data before the lockdown after the
  • 45:31
    lockdown looked at all the death rates
  • 45:33
    of all 50 states and charted them and it
  • 45:35
    shows statistically if I understand it
  • 45:37
    and I'm not a statistician that there's
  • 45:42
    pretty much no difference between in the
  • 45:44
    death rate between staying home or not
  • 45:46
    staying home you saw this graph right
  • 45:47
    yes this graph has been going around it
  • 45:49
    was all over Twitter and it indicated
  • 45:51
    that based on the early numbers and if
  • 45:54
    he's projected outward the states that
  • 45:57
    said we're not locking down and the
  • 45:59
    states is's were locking down there was
  • 46:02
    the graph goes exactly as it would if
  • 46:05
    they if they even switched positions you
  • 46:07
    know the DES block down didn't do
  • 46:10
    anything in other words and meanwhile
  • 46:11
    we're still locked down and worried sick
  • 46:14
    because we have again a lot of Democrat
  • 46:17
    governors and who are scared that if
  • 46:22
    they lift a lockdown oh my god I'm gonna
  • 46:23
    be blamed for somebody else yes yes
  • 46:25
    point the finger at me it's gonna be
  • 46:27
    blood on my hands but even crazier is if
  • 46:30
    you look at New York and the numbers
  • 46:33
    appear to show that over 60% of the
  • 46:36
    people infected got infected while they
  • 46:39
    were
  • 46:39
    home lockdown but that doesn't sit well
  • 46:43
    with the media oh no no no no no that