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1242: Smokin' Hot

Adam Curry & John C. Dvorak

3h 16m
May 14th, 2020
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Executive Producers: Sir Endernaught, WaveBender of Spark, Harvey Smith, Jeff Anderson, Sir Jay from the land of Scruffle Butters, Joseph Leissle

Associate Executive Producers: Lukas Teijema, Jhordan Olson, Ashley La Sage, Niel Eyde, Tom Turner

Cover Art by Nick the Rat

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Start of Show
Woodstock
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    so dollars in attorneys say Trump sucks
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    Adam curry this is no agenda curry from
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    northern Silicon Valley where we're all
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    wondering whatever happened to the ice
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    bucket challenge I'm John Cena Barret so
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    I doubt everybody's wondering what
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    happened to that no they're not no one's
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    wondering about that yes that was for
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    ALS the money went to ALS oh well I
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    don't know man you should dive into it I
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    want a full report I want a full report
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    Sunday I want to know all about it
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    hey I had hair cut right here good it's
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    okay with me
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    I'm so happy I had a haircut it's so
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    nice but what an experience that you
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    like long hair no well I did
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    I mean well no actually I've never liked
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    it it just looked good on me at the time
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    back in the day remember I have a small
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    head in order to work well on TV you
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    need a big head so if you don't have a
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    big head
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    it's not that small by the way it's not
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    as big as Pat Sajak's or Vanna White or
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    Little Richard have you ever seen the
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    size of that guy's head he had a big
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    head what Little Richard was anything
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    but little it was pretty good it was
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    pretty big so I learned a little bit
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    about about returning back to work and
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    what it means when the governor on a
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    Friday afternoon says hey guess what you
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    guys with hair salons you can open up on
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    Monday
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    you don't think about it as a customer
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    obviously and like oh that's fine great
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    so I immediately this was yeah I think
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    it was Friday I saw the news I
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    immediately started texting Johanna my
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    hair stylist to the Stars of Austin and
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    and she said oh my god we weren't ready
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    for this we had no idea we thought the
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    18th is the last we heard is the 18th
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    that would just you know we would be
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    able to take a look and we'll figure out
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    a timeline but all of sudden they you
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    know they threw it on him in two days
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    this was not a smart idea I've heard
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    about this around the country there's
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    different errors and there's always day
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    hair salons and I was thinking to myself
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    I'm thinking to myself self so how hard
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    is it to boot a hair salon you got you
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    know you're standing you need your
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    scissors you need a cut in your little
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    buzzing things you need a bucket of goo
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    for the color this is know what this is
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    exactly what hard can it be this is what
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    I thought or at least the impression I
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    had it's a lot first of all what happens
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    is without you knowing and who go bad or
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    some in the meantime wow man I hope the
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    next person who cuts your hair stick
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    scissors in your eye
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    you're horrible three four five six
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    seven seven cars on the Zephyr ladies
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    and gentlemen were still in a state of
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    depression yep
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    No so the first thing that happens is
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    without any knowledge that this would
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    take it was a scissors in my ass not
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    nice so I'm warning you really because
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    you know you get my hairdresser hair
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    cutter he he doesn't listen to the show
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    nobody listens to the show in that dead
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    business I can I just tell you what what
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    the experience was so it so you
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    understand why I think you're wrong
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    about all you needed some goop and his
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    scissors and some shampoo okay so
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    imagine your year it's a Friday night
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    you don't even know what day it is
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    anymore in the lockdown and all of a
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    sudden some someone of importance says
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    oh yeah Monday you can go back to the
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    hairdresser what do you think happens it
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    gets warm up with order in the caught
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    off guard and there's a lot has to
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    happen there
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    there you know we have very strict city
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    ordinances despite what the governor has
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    ordered the City of Austin is going yeah
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    we'll get into that in a moment so you
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    have to have policies it has to be
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    published you have to let everybody
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    knows everyone has to wait in the car
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    before they come in you have to clean
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    off all surfaces there's a lot of
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    different things that have to take place
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    and then the fear it's not like the
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    whole hair salon wanted to come back
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    there were other hair cutters and like
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    no I'm terrified so can you open up with
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    half a shop you know there's a lot of
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    questions
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    III do didn't think about it but then
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    when you get into it it's really weird
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    to have your hair cut with a mask on and
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    even even Johanna is like looking at me
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    like now I know this sucks so bad but
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    but it'sit's requirement not legally but
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    it's a requirement based on shaming this
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    let me play these clips and you'll
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    understand we kind of started on this
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    but when the governor of Texas said okay
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    here's what here's what can happen we
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    can open up there's no requirement for
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    masks in public or or even indoors I
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    mean it can be up to the proprietor or
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    if they want to force people to wear
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    underwear on the head but Adler said oh
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    no no no we're just gonna tell everyone
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    they need to wear masks I think we had
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    the clip on the last show and even
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    though I can't find you or send you to
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    jail knowing that you've killed somebody
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    should be enough if you don't wear a
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    mask outside all the time in 90-degree
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    heat so now the Texas Attorney General
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    has sent a warning to Austin and its
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    mayor at a time when some Austin staples
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    like Shady Grove have closed their doors
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    for good
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    Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton sent a
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    warning letter in part to Mayor Steve
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    Adler and Travis County judge Sarah
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    Eckhart saying that the local health
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    orders issued last Friday were confusing
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    and unlawful because the order doesn't
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    clearly differentiate between
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    recommendations and requirements
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    Kelsey Ericksen roofers with the Texas
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    Restaurant Association they also sent a
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    letter to mayor Adler asking him to
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    change section 11 of the local order it
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    encourages restaurants with the capacity
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    of 75 or less to keep a log of all
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    customers and employees who came in
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    including the dates and times they were
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    there and where they sat TRA says if
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    small businesses are doing this so
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    should the big ones
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    city and county attorneys are now
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    reviewing Paxton's letter but in a
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    statement to CBS austin a travis county
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    spokesperson said in part our initial
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    thought as we disagree with the Attorney
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    General
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    mayor Adler also sent us a statement
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    saying in part up to this point we have
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    avoided the naked politicization of the
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    virus crisis I will not fry the AG down
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    that road the city's order complements
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    incorporates and does not conflict with
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    the governor's orders Adler also brought
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    it up during his daily virtual address
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    so Adler is trying to do a Cuomo every
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    single day from his office there above
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    the W Hotel in downtown Austin it's I
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    really this guy's being he's not yeah I
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    don't think he's left his home at all
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    he's the guy that's pussy he's the one
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    that's sitting inside and requiring
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    small businesses in particular
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    restaurants we had this happen when we
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    went to the first open first restaurant
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    opening you've got it write down your
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    name you got to sign a piece of paper
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    and of course people are going to revolt
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    against that and it's not even a
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    requirement by law but you heard it it's
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    the shaming that's where all of this is
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    headed
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    one more clip of the response from Adler
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    regarding the defiant Austin Texas your
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    state is opening up but your city is not
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    yet why not
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    well we're opening up to these
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    the governor has has put it in his order
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    so we're compliant with the state but
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    the messaging that we're trying to send
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    to our community is to take this
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    cautiously and slowly because no one
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    knows what the impact of this is going
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    to be and it's going to take us three
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    weeks maybe four weeks to get the the
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    data on hospitalizations that we need to
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    see to see whether or not our toe dip
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    here is putting us on a path to another
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    surge so it's more what other surged
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    there was never a surge in Texas to
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    start with but he feels that there's a
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    surge surge so it's more of a messaging
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    element than anything else we have a lot
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    of community members that know that
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    while these things are opening it
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    doesn't mean we have to go and it
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    doesn't mean that we that we have to
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    open the governor has allowed those
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    things to happen but we are urging our
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    community to take this cautiously and
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    and slowly so that we can measure the
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    impact before we end up with another
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    surge another she said twice isn't
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    checked just to make sure maybe I missed
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    the wording somewhere there's not even a
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    headline with surge in Texas Travis
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    County or Austin this is about shaming
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    and I was surprised because I kind of
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    scoffed when you said it but my
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    hairdresser she said oh my god I never
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    Intel she says I never expected to see
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    it was kind of funny this level of
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    social shaming from liberals I'm like
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    what okay
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    and she said literally it's very clear
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    if you wear a mask you're Democrat if
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    you don't you're a Republican it's
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    exactly what you said about California
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    history and and even she recognizes it's
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    only to make you feel good these are the
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    masks are the like the ribbons after
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    9/11 you know and that is community
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    there's also a community aspect to it
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    I've noticed this when you go around
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    without a mask in a but with people
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    mixed
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    no masks you can start to see the
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    connection you can see that the no mask
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    people or the you see a lot of macho
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    guys motorcyclists it's kind of like
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    that Larry David episode worried or the
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    trump hat start to see then you can see
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    these old guys are just aren't gonna do
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    it you know Murray just gave me a great
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    idea
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    oh here's what you need read make
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    America great again
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    masks yeah hello this is the perfect for
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    the mask no are you kidding me I think I
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    think Republicans will wear the mask
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    where you have to wear the mask to get
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    into the store to Whole Foods for
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    example yeah yeah big good mask he had
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    great American make America great again
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    or a meg Meg masks it's a mega man where
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    are they they must have already been
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    made well it just came up in another
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    thing when I'm watching television and
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    I'm seeing actors I'm seeing commercials
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    they don't represent the American public
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    anymore I demand that every single
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    commercial the actors wear masks in the
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    commercial I'm looking at masks all day
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    and I come home and all I see is faces
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    ooh
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    ugly if I put a mask on that mask you
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    know what I hate to be this sexist
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    everyone thinks I am I don't like that
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    so they're what you run into this
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    situation but again I just happened the
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    other day it's like there's some leggy
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    girl or is it group somebody with great
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    legs let's just make it be honest about
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    all right and she's got the mask on and
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    then you starting to you wonder you're
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    wondering what what does the face matte
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    and match the rest of the body match the
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    lake or is it this old woman with great
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    lace does he you see that everyone
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    survived you would run into that in
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    Florida this this is also a godsend for
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    older women because they can have a
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    scarf or something like Nancy Pelosi you
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    have a nice you know scarf
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    you have around your neck you can pull
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    up if you need a mask situation but in
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    the meantime a women love hiding there
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    you know if they are unhappy with their
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    neck that a lot of older women aren't
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    yeah so that it can work as a fashion
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    statement for them well the topic of
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    these mats they do have an Amy Goodman
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    clip well before you do that hit'em Isis
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    well I'm sorry well I have to apologize
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    first you can't just like why I made a
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    mistake
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    I made a mistake on the last show I made
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    a big deal about the foul Qi clip which
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    was listed as may 6 out it was March 6
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    and and he was clearly saying no masks
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    whatsoever it's not necessary it's even
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    dumb and right and people got mad at me
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    John you got two letters okay dude I get
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    my letters and your let's be serious I
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    get my letters and your letters so stop
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    with me I want to play the original then
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    I want to get to Amy because I have a
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    Judy and Judy will lead to Amy that
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    makes a lot so Amy is about the masks
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    this is about the mass this is foul John
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    the mouse Judy I saw this too this
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    breakdown of foul Chi the thing was
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    labeled it would when the when that clip
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    went out and it was criticizing you for
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    playing this clip and giving a wrong
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    date there's two things one it was
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    mislabeled that I saw this I saw these
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    these clips they had a Mis label on them
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    they were labeled May and the second
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    thing is this is just proving that foul
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    she was a debt into the whole thing
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    early on and now they're blaming Trump
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    with with quotes which I have on certain
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    clips I have a clip saying oh and Trump
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    wouldn't listen to foul she thought she
  • 14:40
    was not into this until later so here is
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    the original this is from March and even
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    though it's an outdated opinion I don't
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    see how the science of what he's saying
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    changes right right now in the United
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    States people should not be walking
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    around with
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    asks you're sure of it because people
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    are listening really know closely to
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    this right now people should not be why
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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
  • 15:06
    an outbreak wearing a mask might make
  • 15:08
    people feel a little bit better it might
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    even block a droplet but it's not
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    providing the perfect protection that
  • 15:17
    people think that it is and often there
  • 15:21
    are unintended consequences people keep
  • 15:23
    fiddling with the mask and they keep
  • 15:25
    touching their face then can you get
  • 15:27
    some schmutz sort of staying inside
  • 15:29
    there or of course but when you think
  • 15:31
    mask you should think of health care
  • 15:33
    providers needing them and people who
  • 15:35
    are ill so very clear it sounds to me
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    like he's talking scientifically this
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    just makes no sense by the way have some
  • 15:44
    hair that's cut off your head fall in
  • 15:46
    between your mask and your face see how
  • 15:48
    that feels is very very is a shitty
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    experience so now we have April 3rd so
  • 15:53
    that's still a month ago here's Judy on
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    PBS asking Pope Falchi about the masks
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    again masks oh by the way that's my eye
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    so candidate masks we are told that the
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    Trump administration is on the verge of
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    urging Americans to wear masks when they
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    go out tell us about the thinking on
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    that because just a few days ago we were
  • 16:15
    told that the thinking was that was not
  • 16:18
    necessary
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    it's a great question Judy into thinking
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    yeah I could there's no way to edit
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    anything in after that great question
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    that the thinking was it was not
  • 16:26
    necessary it's a great question Judy and
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    the thinking is really now influenced by
  • 16:32
    information that's coming in and the
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    information is that more and more
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    accumulation of data indicate that
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    people who are without symptoms at all
  • 16:42
    can transmit the virus but importantly
  • 16:46
    they can do it merely by speaking now
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    this I I want to see this report I don't
  • 16:54
    know what he's referring to but now you
  • 16:56
    can transfer it it's before it was a
  • 16:59
    droplet maybe highly unlikely now just
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    the force of your voice
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    so there's yeah there was I just want to
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    mention that I picked up on this
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    a couple recent clips I may even have
  • 17:14
    one of them I'm not sure because I
  • 17:16
    didn't think I didn't think it was it
  • 17:17
    was a trend but yeah they're saying that
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    talking yeah just this goes back to your
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    theory about the mass being just a
  • 17:24
    gentle slave muscle it's a muzzle weasel
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    you're talking shot
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    thank you it's a good point just by
  • 17:32
    talking you're you're very dangerous
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    yeah
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    muzzle they can do it merely by speaking
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    so there's been a recent study that came
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    out that said even the force from your
  • 17:44
    voice of speaking there is a degree of
  • 17:47
    aerosolization namely the virus can come
  • 17:50
    out not very far but a few feet and down
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    so even though the perfect solution to
  • 17:56
    this is if everyone at all times it's
  • 17:59
    day six feet separated so in all the
  • 18:02
    years in 35 years of of infectious
  • 18:07
    diseases and viruses now all of a sudden
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    this one is different than all the rest
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    we're just the force of your voice can
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    go out a few feet and down and it can
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    kill people
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    it's just I'm surprised sometimes
  • 18:22
    because the genius virus has never
  • 18:24
    spoken to an Arab at a Lebanese fish
  • 18:26
    market no well they spit on you stay six
  • 18:31
    feet separated from another person but
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    as you correctly mentioned this is not
  • 18:37
    always feasible there are times when you
  • 18:39
    have to do necessary functions you have
  • 18:42
    to get food you have to get drugs from
  • 18:44
    the pharmacy and you might inadvertently
  • 18:46
    be in a situation where you're close
  • 18:49
    enough where that kind of transmission
  • 18:51
    can take place but and importantly I
  • 18:52
    think what people don't fully appreciate
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    is that putting a mask on yourself is
  • 18:58
    more to prevent you from infecting
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    someone else
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    all right so but it's still not a legal
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    requirement it's not something you have
  • 19:10
    to do by law and why well because
  • 19:12
    unfortunately we can't throw people in
  • 19:14
    jail and the same question about masks
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    that I was asking about staying at home
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    if these are things that that save lives
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    keep people
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    healthy why not require them to do this
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    you know Judy I understand where you're
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    coming from but it becomes difficult
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    when you say required by what by penalty
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    by putting people in jail I mean that
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    becomes a you know something that really
  • 19:37
    could be counterproductive in the
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    society that we live in and in America
  • 19:41
    perhaps you might be able to do that in
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    China he says he doesn't say well if you
  • 19:50
    want that kind of crazy you got to go to
  • 19:52
    China that's where they force the people
  • 19:54
    to do stuff no he's saying you got to be
  • 19:57
    China if you want that just wink-wink
  • 19:59
    nudge-nudge you might be able to do that
  • 20:01
    in China but I think it would be
  • 20:03
    difficult to do it here so what we're
  • 20:05
    relying on is two people to really
  • 20:07
    understand the importance of this yes
  • 20:09
    and the importance indeed I saw after
  • 20:12
    the the hair hairdresser on the way home
  • 20:14
    I'm like I'm hungry I'm gonna get me a
  • 20:17
    sausage biscuit yeah and a hash brown at
  • 20:20
    McDonald's in the drive-through and this
  • 20:23
    was my experience because the
  • 20:26
    order-taker
  • 20:27
    who already you know they have the
  • 20:30
    headset with the microphone
  • 20:31
    she had a mask on she had a mascot I
  • 20:36
    like could I have a sausage biscuit it
  • 20:42
    what yeah I'll have a dr. pepper oh my
  • 21:01
    goodness so of this I so masks friend of
  • 21:09
    show I think it's boring but I don't
  • 21:11
    have anything to get people this so I
  • 21:12
    don't relish this you you have you have
  • 21:16
    you have no standing if you have nothing
  • 21:18
    to compete with none can't tell me my
  • 21:20
    shits boards okay all right let's say
  • 21:22
    what do you got with a no I this is back
  • 21:24
    to the idea this is the original idea
  • 21:26
    and I think this is more important than
  • 21:28
    the a lot of this especially throwing
  • 21:30
    people in jail part although I do like
  • 21:32
    the bit you should
  • 21:34
    bit of the person we're gonna marry and
  • 21:36
    by the way they're isolated anyway there
  • 21:39
    are over by themselves the people that
  • 21:40
    are on the McDonald's microphone but
  • 21:44
    okay this is a me are talking about a
  • 21:46
    big con fad going on and there was Trump
  • 21:49
    had one of these two with the governor
  • 21:52
    of Nebraska and the governor of Colorado
  • 21:55
    and and just that you went pulled the
  • 21:58
    camera back at two sides of the room the
  • 22:00
    Colorado governor's wearing a mask and
  • 22:03
    his assistant was there all wearing
  • 22:05
    masks on one side and the other side the
  • 22:07
    the Republicans from Nebraska weren't
  • 22:10
    and Amy notices this elsewhere and it's
  • 22:14
    it's becoming a thing Republican Rand
  • 22:17
    Paul of Kentucky the first is this the
  • 22:19
    one confab is that what you want cuz I
  • 22:21
    have to know what the one is right the
  • 22:23
    top it says Amy Rapp mass affection
  • 22:25
    because you mentioned confab that's why
  • 22:28
    here we go well we're gonna start today
  • 22:30
    in Washington DC as president Trump
  • 22:33
    claims the u.s. is prayer to prepare to
  • 22:36
    transition to greatness and the Kovach
  • 22:39
    19 death toll surpasses eighty one
  • 22:41
    thousand two of the nation's top
  • 22:43
    scientists told a Senate committee
  • 22:45
    Tuesday that needless death would result
  • 22:48
    if states reopened too soon the stark
  • 22:52
    warning from the nation's top infectious
  • 22:54
    disease expert dr. Anthony Fauci and dr.
  • 22:57
    Robert Redfield the director of the
  • 22:58
    Centers for Disease Control and
  • 23:00
    Prevention came just a day after NBC
  • 23:03
    News published an unreleased White House
  • 23:06
    report showing a surge of coronavirus
  • 23:09
    cases and US communities okay now we
  • 23:12
    have to watch out for this word because
  • 23:14
    now they're just throwing it in anywhere
  • 23:15
    they want and what is what is the
  • 23:17
    definition of a surge is it a number if
  • 23:21
    you have one case in your county and
  • 23:23
    then you have to a sudden powerful
  • 23:26
    forward or upward movement especially by
  • 23:28
    a crowd or by natural force
  • 23:32
    that's to be a more than including
  • 23:34
    Nashville Tennessee in Des Moines Iowa
  • 23:36
    Central City Kentucky topped the list
  • 23:38
    the report based on a May 7th internal
  • 23:41
    memo directly contradicts Trump's claim
  • 23:44
    Monday that the number of kovat 19 cases
  • 23:47
    is rapidly declining around the country
  • 23:49
    in a surreal scene
  • 23:52
    dr. pouchy dr. cereal and food and drugs
  • 23:56
    commissioner dr. Stephen Hahn all joined
  • 23:59
    the Senate Health Committee remotely
  • 24:01
    while they quarantine after being
  • 24:03
    exposed to the virus or to a staffer at
  • 24:06
    the White House who tested positive
  • 24:08
    Republican senator Lamar Alexander from
  • 24:11
    Tennessee was also in quarantine after
  • 24:15
    his staffer tested positive he presided
  • 24:18
    over the hearing from his home of the
  • 24:22
    Senators who joined the hearing in
  • 24:23
    person
  • 24:24
    most Democrats wore masks or balaclavas
  • 24:27
    most Republicans did not wear masks can
  • 24:31
    Senator Susan Collins of Maine began the
  • 24:34
    hearing without a mask but put one on
  • 24:36
    during Republican senator dr. Rand Paul
  • 24:39
    of Kentucky the first senator known to
  • 24:41
    test positive for the virus did not wear
  • 24:44
    a mask this is so important for her oh
  • 24:48
    yeah well the mask didn't wear a mask
  • 24:51
    and he was exploding here you know had
  • 24:53
    tested positive and they make it you're
  • 24:57
    right it's just a shaming all that this
  • 25:00
    is to get this is all about Trump yes
  • 25:03
    and do you know why or when when it will
  • 25:06
    be safe to go outside without a mask
  • 25:08
    because I know when there's going to be
  • 25:10
    an exact moment that we will all feel
  • 25:13
    safe do you have any idea what that is
  • 25:16
    nobody bet you do
  • 25:17
    it's when the soccer mom says so oh yeah
  • 25:20
    yeah they should this revealing didn't
  • 25:22
    Twitter I think I did I don't remember
  • 25:25
    that I just I want to read something
  • 25:28
    from Washington Post a buried lead I
  • 25:30
    feel and this was one of this thing come
  • 25:33
    out Monday
  • 25:37
    during a taskforce meeting Wednesday a
  • 25:40
    heated discussion broke out between
  • 25:41
    deborah birx that's the ambassador
  • 25:45
    lieutenant colonel general the physician
  • 25:47
    who oversees the administrations
  • 25:48
    coronavirus response and Robert Redfield
  • 25:50
    the director of the Centers for Disease
  • 25:52
    Control and Prevention Burks and others
  • 25:54
    were frustrated with the CDC's
  • 25:56
    antiquated system for tracking virus
  • 25:59
    data which they worried was inflating
  • 26:03
    some statistics such as mortality rate
  • 26:06
    and case count by as much as 25%
  • 26:09
    according to four people present for the
  • 26:11
    discussion or later briefed on it which
  • 26:14
    of course I can't believe this either
  • 26:16
    because we can all believe it in any
  • 26:17
    case but I'm just reading it to senior
  • 26:20
    administration officials said the
  • 26:21
    discussion was not heated quote there is
  • 26:25
    nothing from the CDC that I can trust
  • 26:28
    Burke said according to the - two of the
  • 26:31
    people Redfield defended his agency but
  • 26:34
    there was general agreement that the CDC
  • 26:36
    is in need of a digital upgrade Oh
  • 26:40
    that'll fix the problem what do you need
  • 26:42
    to do an abacus counting we're relying
  • 26:46
    on this data of who dies of what and
  • 26:48
    although shootable we've got more
  • 26:50
    digital I actually have a couple of
  • 26:53
    clips regarding this one foul she is the
  • 26:56
    one that's saying well I think the
  • 26:57
    numbers are probably a lot lower than
  • 26:59
    they really are
  • 27:00
    I'm sorry he's saying exactly the
  • 27:03
    opposite I have he had a hold testimony
  • 27:06
    where he said it's probably double what
  • 27:08
    it is yes what I said no you said you
  • 27:13
    said the opposite he said the numbers
  • 27:15
    are much lower say you said much lower
  • 27:16
    no I I would move I would ask you to go
  • 27:20
    back but foul she says that the numbers
  • 27:23
    are I probably put it poorly you did
  • 27:26
    pouchy has been saying that the numbers
  • 27:29
    are higher than we're reporting he says
  • 27:31
    he says he believes it's double and
  • 27:33
    other people like you said of our saying
  • 27:36
    the opposite including Burke's who is
  • 27:38
    foul cheese Burke's well listen to this
  • 27:40
    one I got a good one here this one is
  • 27:47
    do-do-do-do-do-do papa
  • 27:50
    like if I find it I've got my clips are
  • 27:53
    still not well organized
  • 27:57
    Rick bright now-no Trump Trump Trump
  • 28:03
    this is fun
  • 28:05
    I'm love hearing you struggles okay we
  • 28:07
    got time no one's going anywhere
  • 28:09
    yeah I can play a little interlude music
  • 28:12
    if you'd like while you look for that oh
  • 28:14
    well let's do the big concert but I want
  • 28:17
    to go back to the Kami clip first you've
  • 28:20
    missed a little put his little gotcha in
  • 28:22
    there as she had okay she made the point
  • 28:25
    if she made a point in that clip of
  • 28:29
    saying that the report the Democrats are
  • 28:31
    not only wearing masks but they were
  • 28:34
    wearing a balaclava sorry I heard it I
  • 28:37
    lost even with a lot of love AHS black
  • 28:39
    lava whatever high over your italic lava
  • 28:41
    yeah what is what what are they you know
  • 28:46
    what these things are they're just like
  • 28:48
    like a Muslim thing this brings us back
  • 28:50
    to sir Imus and his claim that we're
  • 28:55
    being turned into above a Sharia State I
  • 28:59
    forgot about that yeah yeah balaclava
  • 29:03
    there's well a balaclava to me just
  • 29:05
    looks like just some kind of kerchief
  • 29:09
    well if you look it up it's there are
  • 29:12
    the full face once and cover your whole
  • 29:14
    ass right right the ones that could be
  • 29:18
    printed with that's interesting because
  • 29:21
    I don't think a single person was
  • 29:23
    wearing an actual balaclava you're right
  • 29:26
    that's not true at the meeting with
  • 29:29
    Trump and the Colorado Governor his
  • 29:32
    health director was well a balaclava the
  • 29:37
    definition is a close-fitting garment
  • 29:39
    covering the whole head and neck except
  • 29:41
    for parts of the face so what he would
  • 29:44
    have to go over your face over your head
  • 29:46
    and you have the eyes in the mouth open
  • 29:50
    it's also seen in
  • 29:51
    any clubs in Amsterdam this outfit funny
  • 29:58
    I found your a clip it's a desk
  • 30:00
    exaggerated over desig Zaheer's now this
  • 30:02
    is a classic role we have to point out
  • 30:05
    Illinois zone state health director who
  • 30:08
    had a recent second this is your buddy
  • 30:11
    Laura Ingraham and I have a few clips
  • 30:15
    from her but she I believe she actually
  • 30:18
    says Illinois's troll we have to point
  • 30:24
    out Illinois own state health director
  • 30:26
    who at a recent press conference just
  • 30:29
    casually admitted this if you were in
  • 30:34
    hospice and had already been given you
  • 30:36
    know a few weeks to live and then you
  • 30:39
    also were found to have kovat that would
  • 30:41
    be counted as a Cova death even if you
  • 30:43
    died of a clear alternate cause but you
  • 30:46
    had kovat at the same time it's still
  • 30:47
    listed as a Cova death
  • 30:48
    yeah well this story of course has been
  • 30:51
    told a thousand times on a thousand
  • 30:54
    YouTube videos by a thousand doctors
  • 30:56
    this is the consistent story everyone
  • 30:59
    knows is very consistent fact those two
  • 31:00
    doctors that were taken down they was
  • 31:02
    that word same thing would taken down by
  • 31:05
    YouTube mm-hmm discussed this in great
  • 31:07
    detail but it just keeps coming up yes
  • 31:10
    and except out she right now she says
  • 31:16
    the opposite is true
  • 31:17
    yeah foul she says it's probably double
  • 31:20
    then he said that in testimony and
  • 31:22
    that's when everyone went apeshit once
  • 31:24
    again and I have the I have a you have
  • 31:31
    rent Ron Paul I got a right on over on
  • 31:33
    Paul's book I got a Rand Paul cliff we
  • 31:36
    have the Rand Paul clip that's Rand Paul
  • 31:39
    I put Ron Paul because it was late okay
  • 31:42
    is it the same as mine cuz I already got
  • 31:44
    acute up let me see is it is it the
  • 31:46
    testimony that you have or I don't have
  • 31:48
    the testimony no I have him discussing I
  • 31:50
    believe with Judy or one of the yeah oh
  • 31:53
    oh oh how about this why don't I play
  • 31:55
    what he said in the Senate Rand Paul and
  • 31:57
    then we'll go to what he said at Judy
  • 31:59
    how's that sound
  • 32:00
    if it's good if it's related yeah
  • 32:04
    it's about the the schools and about
  • 32:07
    getting back to life no I think he's
  • 32:10
    just didn't he is just moaning hold on
  • 32:13
    let's listen to this with regard to
  • 32:15
    going back to school
  • 32:16
    none thing that was left out of that
  • 32:17
    discussion and she probably mentioned
  • 32:19
    that Rand Paul I think he's a physician
  • 32:21
    is the ophthalmologist what he's a
  • 32:23
    physician believe he's an
  • 32:24
    ophthalmologist yes but he's still a
  • 32:26
    doctor is the doctors the doctors an MD
  • 32:28
    is mortality I mean shouldn't we at
  • 32:31
    least be discussed part of this weighs
  • 32:32
    more MD than Ted Ross that's for sure
  • 32:36
    going back to school
  • 32:38
    one thing that was left out of that
  • 32:39
    discussion is mortality I mean shouldn't
  • 32:43
    we at least be discussing what the
  • 32:44
    mortality of children is this is for
  • 32:47
    doctor Falchi as well you know the
  • 32:48
    mortality between 0 and 18 in New York
  • 32:51
    data approaches zero it's not gonna be
  • 32:53
    absolutely zero but it almost approaches
  • 32:55
    zero between 18 and 45 the mortality in
  • 32:58
    New York was 10 out of a hundred
  • 33:00
    thousand so really we do need to be
  • 33:03
    thinking about that we need to observe
  • 33:05
    with an open mind what went on in Sweden
  • 33:07
    where the kids kept going to school the
  • 33:09
    mortality per capita in Sweden is
  • 33:11
    actually less than France less than
  • 33:13
    Italy less in Spain less than Belgium
  • 33:15
    less than the Netherlands about the same
  • 33:17
    as Switzerland
  • 33:18
    god bless the Swedes man god bless you
  • 33:21
    thank you for - which Eleni mentioned
  • 33:25
    anybody did Sweden these as Sweden's the
  • 33:27
    one that stayed open and I say God bless
  • 33:29
    Sweden god bless them for doing that
  • 33:31
    otherwise we'd have no other proof but
  • 33:34
    basically I don't think there's anybody
  • 33:35
    arguing that what happened in Sweden is
  • 33:37
    an unacceptable result I think people
  • 33:40
    are intrigued by it and we should be I
  • 33:41
    don't think any of us are certain when
  • 33:44
    we do all these modeling's there's been
  • 33:45
    more people wrong with modelling than
  • 33:47
    right we're opening up a lot of
  • 33:48
    economies around the around the US and I
  • 33:51
    hope that people who are predicting doom
  • 33:53
    and gloom and saying oh we can't do this
  • 33:55
    is going to be surged to admit that they
  • 33:57
    were wrong if there isn't a surge
  • 33:58
    because I think that's what's going to
  • 34:00
    happen in rural States we never really
  • 34:02
    reached any sort of pandemic levels in
  • 34:04
    Kentucky and other states we have less
  • 34:07
    deaths in Kentucky that we have in us in
  • 34:09
    an average flu season it's not to say
  • 34:12
    this isn't deadly but really outside of
  • 34:14
    New England we've had a real
  • 34:16
    Tivoli benign course for this virus
  • 34:19
    nationwide and I think the
  • 34:21
    one-size-fits-all that we're gonna have
  • 34:22
    a national strategy and nobody's gonna
  • 34:23
    go to school is kind of ridiculous we
  • 34:26
    really ought to be doing at school
  • 34:27
    district by school district and the
  • 34:29
    power needs to be dispersed because
  • 34:30
    people make wrong predictions and really
  • 34:34
    the history of this when we look back
  • 34:35
    will be a wrong prediction after wrong
  • 34:37
    prediction after wrong prediction
  • 34:39
    starting with Ferguson in England so I
  • 34:41
    think we ought to have a little bit of
  • 34:43
    humility in our belief that we know
  • 34:46
    what's best for the economy and as much
  • 34:48
    as I respect you dr. Falchi I don't
  • 34:50
    think you're the end whole I don't think
  • 34:51
    you're the one person that gets to make
  • 34:53
    a decision we can listen to your advice
  • 34:55
    but there are people on the other side
  • 34:56
    saying there's not going to be a surge
  • 34:58
    and that we can safely open the economy
  • 35:00
    and the facts will to bear this out but
  • 35:02
    if we keep kids out of school for
  • 35:03
    another year what's gonna happen is the
  • 35:05
    poor and underprivileged kids who don't
  • 35:06
    have a parent that's able to teach them
  • 35:08
    at home are not gonna learn for a full
  • 35:10
    year and I think we got to look at the
  • 35:12
    Swedish model and we got to look at
  • 35:13
    letting our kids get back to school I
  • 35:14
    think it's a huge mistake if we don't
  • 35:16
    open the schools in the fall so foul she
  • 35:18
    is is obviously being worshipped
  • 35:20
    certainly by elements in the media and
  • 35:23
    politicians and he's untouchable no
  • 35:25
    matter how many times he contradicts
  • 35:27
    himself or said it was no big deal and I
  • 35:29
    think you got some clips coming up
  • 35:30
    there's one thing I wanted to mention
  • 35:31
    about fout she when now when when we
  • 35:35
    were looking well when the Vatican was
  • 35:37
    looking for a new pope I predicted this
  • 35:42
    Pope by name and I want to tell you and
  • 35:44
    I think I explained how I did that but I
  • 35:46
    did it by looking for - well really for
  • 35:48
    looking for one thing I knew was gonna
  • 35:50
    be some priest from South America and I
  • 35:52
    knew it had to be a New World Order guy
  • 35:54
    because I am a firm believer that the
  • 35:58
    last real Pope was Pope John Paul the
  • 36:00
    first to by the way was eliminated after
  • 36:05
    exactly 33 days on on his papal throne
  • 36:09
    one of those magic numbers that were
  • 36:12
    always wary of yeah he was he that was
  • 36:15
    possessed you what the godfather 3 movie
  • 36:17
    was about yeah fascination of a pope
  • 36:23
    right well I think he was he was the
  • 36:26
    real deal and then they had to get some
  • 36:28
    of these New World Order guys
  • 36:30
    and then I saw that the Frances that he
  • 36:33
    is a Jesuit now I only know one Jesuit I
  • 36:36
    mean really no not well not really
  • 36:40
    really no but I know him well enough and
  • 36:41
    that's the Padre from twit and looking
  • 36:46
    at his psychological profile which i
  • 36:49
    think is representative of the of the
  • 36:54
    Jesuit model is that of well unwanted
  • 36:59
    submission to control and there's also a
  • 37:02
    lot of historical stuff about the
  • 37:04
    Jesuits and Freemasonry and before you
  • 37:08
    know it you're down the rabbit hole of
  • 37:09
    Illuminati but it turns out foul she's
  • 37:12
    also a Jesuit and then it kind of comes
  • 37:16
    together
  • 37:17
    you've got the Pope he's sitting there
  • 37:19
    in the Vatican with his billion-dollar
  • 37:20
    empire and here's foutch II sitting
  • 37:22
    there at NIH with this billion-dollar
  • 37:24
    empire telling people what to do I think
  • 37:27
    he has a bit of a god complex and it's
  • 37:28
    being played into if not a much deeper
  • 37:32
    agenda yes an interesting point I didn't
  • 37:37
    know he was a Jesuit no I'd only found
  • 37:39
    out myself just a couple days ago Mike
  • 37:41
    oh that's interesting I really don't hey
  • 37:44
    if you're a Jesuit sitting at home and
  • 37:45
    you're mad at me then let me know what's
  • 37:47
    going lately I'm sure we have a number
  • 37:50
    of Jesuits listen to the show because
  • 37:52
    they have to exactly yeah but now she
  • 38:05
    mentioned Sweden I want to bring up a
  • 38:06
    laura ingraham ham clip because this is
  • 38:10
    I when she did this she's doing this new
  • 38:12
    sisters gimmicky things they do it she's
  • 38:15
    got this traitors frauds and winners or
  • 38:18
    something I don't know what it is and
  • 38:19
    she's like I Domingo finger kind of
  • 38:22
    thing she does okay so she but this
  • 38:24
    would when she did this little little
  • 38:26
    little bit these are all short I thought
  • 38:29
    to myself besides thinking about Sweden
  • 38:32
    I said this isn't being covered very
  • 38:34
    well she's absolutely correct and this
  • 38:37
    is the ingre ham florida and georgia
  • 38:39
    clip and now onto the frauds what
  • 38:42
    start with Pennsylvania Health Secretary
  • 38:44
    Rachel Levine who weeks ago ordered
  • 38:47
    nursing homes to admit kovat positive
  • 38:49
    patients
  • 38:50
    well while thousands of residents saw
  • 38:53
    their loved ones and family members die
  • 38:55
    Levine quietly extracted her own mother
  • 38:58
    out of harm's way
  • 38:59
    reportedly moving her from a nursing
  • 39:02
    home to a hotel
  • 39:04
    my mother requested and my sister and I
  • 39:06
    as her children complied to move her to
  • 39:08
    another location during the kovat 19
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    outbreak my mother is 95 years old she
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    is very intelligent and more than
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    competent to make her own decision I'd
  • 39:19
    rather have her mother be health
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    secretary of Pennsylvania frankly well
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    this well that wasn't the ingre ham
  • 39:25
    Florida and Georgia clip was it thought
  • 39:28
    it was I thought that was ingre ham on
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    pennsylvania health secretary clip on I
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    apologize
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    it's the I all right now we try that
  • 39:42
    again with the correct no well yeah I
  • 39:45
    want to go back to the Florida trip but
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    since you played that clip yeah there's
  • 39:48
    something to say about it I wanted I
  • 39:51
    want to play it again because I want you
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    to listen to this woman who is the
  • 39:56
    pennsylvania health secretary and she's
  • 39:58
    a very strange-looking person she's a
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    kind of a squat fat woman with a long
  • 40:05
    gray scraggly hair and she's talks and
  • 40:09
    sounds and then if you listen to that
  • 40:10
    clip I don't believe it if you look back
  • 40:13
    on it you'd think it was a woman at all
  • 40:14
    it sounds just like a guy mm-hmm dies at
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    a transgender person who is the health
  • 40:20
    secretary in Pennsylvania an old old
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    transgender I don't know let's just say
  • 40:25
    the voice of this woman is just just a
  • 40:29
    head shaker oh okay this is Rachel
  • 40:32
    Levine oh yeah I know she's a she's a
  • 40:35
    she's obviously a transsexual okay that
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    makes sense with a voice yeah play play
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    it again listen to do okay with I don't
  • 40:42
    even need to play it again let's start
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    with Pennsylvania Health Secretary
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    Rachel Levine who weeks ago ordered
  • 40:50
    nursing homes to admit kovat positive
  • 40:52
    patients well while
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    the residents saw their loved ones and
  • 40:57
    family members die
  • 40:58
    Levine quietly extracted her own mother
  • 41:01
    out of harm's way reportedly moving her
  • 41:04
    from a nursing home to a hotel
  • 41:07
    my mother requested and my sister and I
  • 41:09
    as her children complied to move her to
  • 41:11
    another location obviously yeah well
  • 41:16
    okay that's an observation I don't know
  • 41:18
    if it's off-putting
  • 41:22
    all right now here here she is talking
  • 41:24
    about this is the story that I did
  • 41:26
    nobody's gonna want to cover apparently
  • 41:28
    if it's and if it's true but this is the
  • 41:29
    Florida in Georgia clip no you don't
  • 41:31
    want to talk about those elderly homes
  • 41:33
    for a minute you want to go straight
  • 41:34
    through the Florida and Georgia
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    well I all I was interested in is the
  • 41:37
    business act that they would that this
  • 41:39
    ninety five year old woman was moved out
  • 41:42
    of the home when they moved all the
  • 41:43
    covert people and it's just kind of well
  • 41:45
    no this is this talk about this is it's
  • 41:47
    a sick situation I don't understand
  • 41:49
    what's very this is very important to
  • 41:51
    stop this is the this is the problem so
  • 41:56
    first of all it's not discussed because
  • 42:00
    if it's brought up and really you delve
  • 42:03
    into it you will find that Governor
  • 42:06
    Cuomo made a mistake yes and at the end
  • 42:10
    of March ordered sick people kovat 19
  • 42:13
    patients to be put temporarily in
  • 42:17
    nursing homes and homes for the elderly
  • 42:19
    and allowed for kovat 19 positive staff
  • 42:23
    to continue working in nursing homes
  • 42:26
    that means he lent him to be president
  • 42:28
    but okay so let me just let me just
  • 42:30
    break this down for a second this is
  • 42:32
    obviously now that we have the numbers
  • 42:34
    and it turns out that over sixty percent
  • 42:36
    of all infections took place in the home
  • 42:39
    and over fifty percent in New York of
  • 42:42
    the deaths are in nursing homes so I'm
  • 42:45
    sure that Cuomo or whoever made this
  • 42:48
    decision is not an evil bastard and it
  • 42:50
    was a mistake if someone was not
  • 42:52
    thinking probably because they were
  • 42:53
    completely obsessed and preoccupied with
  • 42:56
    the surge and the hospital system and
  • 42:58
    this killed people and it has to be
  • 43:03
    admitted if someone has to say you know
  • 43:05
    what we made a really big mistake here
  • 43:08
    and we learned
  • 43:09
    but the in the United States in
  • 43:11
    particular but look at Italy every other
  • 43:14
    country it's people over 75 and mainly
  • 43:18
    those who are in in this case state-run
  • 43:21
    care said we don't give a shit about the
  • 43:24
    elderly in the United States we don't
  • 43:27
    care about them let me get this straight
  • 43:30
    would your advocating is that somebody
  • 43:34
    admitted to making a mistake
  • 43:35
    you have to because people are in
  • 43:38
    artesia society like this somebody's
  • 43:41
    gonna make it you're gonna make a
  • 43:42
    statement like that if it if so if no
  • 43:45
    one makes the statement then what will
  • 43:47
    happen is there will be lawsuits is
  • 43:49
    gonna be a horrible that may happen
  • 43:52
    anyway
  • 43:52
    but we all for the death toll in general
  • 43:56
    we have all these people dead whether
  • 43:58
    it's legitimate count or not it's
  • 44:00
    important for us to understand it's not
  • 44:02
    children and it's mainly people the
  • 44:05
    majority of people who died were elderly
  • 44:07
    in Khitan in nursing care facilities who
  • 44:12
    by the way shared it with kovat 19
  • 44:15
    positive patients and staff that would
  • 44:17
    help people understand this put forth
  • 44:20
    how does this put forth the bite in
  • 44:22
    Democrat agenda no I'm not I'm speaking
  • 44:26
    as a human being I'm not speaking as a
  • 44:27
    media analyst I'm speaking as someone
  • 44:30
    who says that this will not fly you have
  • 44:34
    to admit the mistake and because we know