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1243: Obamable

Adam Curry & John C. Dvorak

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May 17th, 2020
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Executive Producers: Sir Mark + Dame astrid Duke & Duchess of Japan and all the Disputed Islands in the Japan Sea, Fred Lybrand, Jacob Wohl

Associate Executive Producers: Sir Arnis Celmins, Joanne Brady, Dame Jennifer, Forrest Martin

Cover Art by Mike Reiley

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Woodstock
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    adam curry
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    john c divorce it's sunday may 17th 2020
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    this is your award-winning kitmo nation
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    media assassination episode 1243.
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    this is no agenda
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    and from northern silicon valley i
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    believe adam's turned into a democrat
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    i'm john cena buzzkill
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    in the morning yeah i figured i'd try
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    and see how it works with the mask
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    seeing as that
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    is what we're going to be coerced into
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    no matter what
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    we want
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    well i've read these orders and none of
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    them say you have to be wearing a mask
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    all the time correct
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    you do not so why are people wearing the
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    mask all the time they're wearing him in
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    their car
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    i'm wearing him at home yeah yeah i have
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    done some
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    investigative work on this and um
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    unfortunately this is a result
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    of the i would say the
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    the society that we've created certainly
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    younger people
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    and it goes like this
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    you have to wear a mask to keep
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    me safe okay
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    you have to wear the mask to keep me
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    safe so if you're not wearing a mask
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    but i'm wearing a mask i'm keeping you
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    safe
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    but you're a douchebag and
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    that's the bottom line you're not going
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    to get away from it
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    people are mad they're angry
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    and i think that if we want to just open
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    up i have a suggestion
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    it's completely optional so wherever you
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    go a store
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    doesn't have to force you to wear masks
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    but they can't and if they do
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    then you should will respect that any
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    other place
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    where you want me to wear a mask so that
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    you feel safe
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    is good i'll wear the mask and to make
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    sure
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    i feel safe and i'm protected from you
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    i'm going to open carry my firearm
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    and i'm going to do this in texas
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    so that you can see i'm not a democrat
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    democrats have guns open
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    carry no i don't think so in austin
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    no double no not at all
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    a couple of things here i i i question
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    your premise
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    and by that i mean i'm not absolutely
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    sure
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    that all these douchebags wearing a mask
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    actually think that they're wearing the
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    mask to protect
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    you from them no it's it's all virtue
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    signaling but that is that's what that's
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    the
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    the reasoning that's given that's the
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    rationale it's not even really true well
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    then why is somebody wearing the mask in
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    their car
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    well that's okay if they want to feel
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    that that's their business i don't care
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    if they want to look like idiots but i'd
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    like to get away from
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    this we're never going to open up fully
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    until we agree on some social things and
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    if it's going to be masks oh my god so
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    be it
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    go ahead force everybody to wear a mask
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    that's we need to do something and i'm
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    willing to compromise but again i'm
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    going to open carry which is legal as
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    long as you have your concealed carry in
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    texas you can open carry and i
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    intend to do that in my car too and on
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    the street
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    yeah yeah it's you know there's i don't
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    think there's any other
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    way for us to go so you don't have do
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    you have a holster yet
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    oh i have several holsters um in italy
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    they're opening up on tuesday and uh
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    they will have social distancing i've
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    got a little report from willow
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    so they'll have all that set but masks
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    shall be worn until there's a cure or a
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    vaccine so
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    i'm seeing what's going on we're not
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    going to get away from this it's going
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    to be an
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    endless fight with a whole bunch of
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    idiots and we just have to become japan
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    we're already on our way financially
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    into the japanese
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    debt trap so we might as well just go
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    the full nine yards
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    i don't see it it's not worth it from
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    our duke and duchess or the duke anyway
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    would you i don't know if you have it
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    well i'd like to read it during the
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    donation segment but i have some
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    it's kind of just i think i really might
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    want to read it now this is really
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    exactly what you're talking all right
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    all right well okay
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    i have a report from china as well uh
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    this is from sir mark and dame astrid
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    the duke and duchess of japan and all
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    the disputed islands in the japan sea
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    and uh we will read uh most of this
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    on uh during the donation segment but uh
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    masks work
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    is the japanese uh reasoning
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    and the whole country wears them for flu
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    season every year especially on the most
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    crowded mass transit system in the world
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    he gives us some
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    numbers they've only had 739 deaths for
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    a population of 126 million
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    which is very good uh complete so that's
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    uh what did what do you put here that's
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    like uh
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    it's like 10 times less than united
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    states if you believe the numbers of
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    course
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    yeah then well there you go well hold on
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    hold on we'll go
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    we'll get there mass usage went up with
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    covid but it also meant that it was the
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    weakest flu season in over 10 years
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    interestingly uh not the same here in
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    fact the mortality rate in japan from
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    march was also down on top of this if
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    you feel you have symptoms
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    and this i think is kind of cool japan
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    is doing you're asked to go to one of
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    the many hotels
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    that have been commandeered for
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    isolation hub so you don't go to the
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    hospital and infect everybody
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    you don't go home and infect everybody
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    you go to one of the designated hotels
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    and the government has options and over
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    120 000 hotel rooms across the nation
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    that i think is a pretty good idea
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    of you not if you're enough think about
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    you if you're a traveler
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    well this room previously occupied
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    nobody's traveling nobody's traveling
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    nobody's traveling uh but yeah if you
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    want to go to uh
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    uh to the to the obvious hurdles but
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    maybe just a quick uh
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    update from wuhan one of our producers
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    is back and i'll read his note
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    uh or hers anonymous we're back in wuhan
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    friday wuhan this is you know wuhan said
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    they were going to test
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    11 million people in 10 days yeah
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    and i looked at the math and said i
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    don't know how that's going to work but
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    we have a little more data
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    our producer says back in wuhan friday
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    wuhan tested just over 113 000 people
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    our hotel slash apartment called us and
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    we'll schedule our test this coming week
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    my clients are testing the workers at
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    work and the chinese government is
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    setting up testing stations in local
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    neighborhoods they'll test everyone in
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    10 days
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    it's not really even a blip on most
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    people's day
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    one client has a parking lot that is
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    full of tables and trailers that has two
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    tests
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    blood and throat swabs takes less than
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    10 minutes to stand in line and go
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    through the process
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    yeah that is 11 million
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    people times 10 minutes i'm just i
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    really want to see how they're going to
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    complete this
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    and so far only a hundred and thirteen
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    thousand done
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    um i had to do this went bullcrap
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    i had to do this when i first arrived in
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    wuhan so i couldn't start work this will
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    be my third test since coming back to
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    china wuhan is mostly open
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    some restaurants have dining inside
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    while others are take
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    out only i can't use dd which is uh
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    their version of uber only taxis because
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    they track you
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    and you need a chinese id to register to
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    be tracked by the
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    uh chinese uber our local wet market is
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    open but not
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    inside they moved the market to the
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    sidewalk and made it one-way traffic
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    enter on one side and walk through to
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    the to exit the opposite side
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    you need to have your temperature
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    scanned before you enter any place and
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    show the qr code having fun in wuhan
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    when we first arrived a few weeks ago
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    pollution level was great we had blue
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    skies and some stars at night
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    now it's back to gray skies and burning
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    eyes
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    so uh i've never i've never seen a blue
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    sky in china
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    well i i think it probably did happen
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    when it was when it was all
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    shut down that's what he says yeah but
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    it probably was quite phenomenal so in
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    order not to go through all of that
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    tracking and everything i suggest the
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    mask i really do
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    i mean i hate it i'm against it but
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    it's we have to sacrifice somewhere this
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    and republicans need to shut up and just
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    get on board
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    move on let's do it we can always
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    do something later on and maybe people
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    will forget about it but
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    this is not the hill anyone should take
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    a stand on in my opinion
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    because we're dying i was reading a
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    fashion
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    a column about the fashion industry this
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    morning
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    you know and it and that the nothing
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    could take
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    uh what's her name from vogue magazine
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    oh my goodness and a winter and a win
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    tour dana winter famous
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    editor of vogue magazine with the
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    glasses devil wears
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    prada movie made about her uh
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    the fashion industry is saying well it
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    looks like nothing could take her down
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    but the coronavirus
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    that can take her down and the fashion
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    industry is obliterated
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    doesn't the fashion designers are out of
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    business or
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    going out of business not that i'm
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    crying about it but you know there's a
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    lot of people that work in the fashion
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    industry
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    it's just the longer we we do this the
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    longer it's going to be a problem
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    and assholes like fauci and all these
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    people need to get out of the way we'll
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    wear some masks
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    make it optional for people to
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    requirement and let's go let's move on
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    no
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    no no we can't do that here's austin
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    they've gone back to the color codes of
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    a threat level of 911. tonight amid
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    state demands to roll back its
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    coronavirus restrictions
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    austin travis county is now releasing
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    new pandemic guidelines
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    divided into five stages the chart
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    suggests what actions to
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    take based on community's risk of
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    contracting
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    the coronavirus stage one is where we
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    want to be
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    the chart separates suggestions by the
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    general public
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    low risk individuals and those at high
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    risk such as anyone
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    over 65 years old so if you're uh
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    in a high risk individual uh then the
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    suggestion is
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    is that uh even in stage one
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    that you still avoid gatherings for
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    everyone else social distancing and mask
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    wearing appears
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    at stage two austin public health says
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    we're in stage three
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    right now this means avoiding groups of
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    more than 10 people
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    and avoiding non-essential travel mayor
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    steve adler says
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    hitting stage five means the city is in
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    a pretty bad place
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    and needs to take extreme measures you
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    look at this thing it's like a grid with
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    with
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    colors and numbers and you know and it's
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    reverse order so stage five is worse
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    stage one is good
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    it's dumb it's dumb pussies man
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    go go go i wonder what this what
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    where this is preoccupation with
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    non-essential travel what does that even
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    mean
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    what is non-essential travel it's uh
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    everything is non-essential travel
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    unless uh you're an essential person
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    but if you go into the store no i think
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    travel means
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    i don't know i don't know i don't care
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    it's all bull crap they can't force
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    exactly what i said
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    yeah yeah but but we can sit in bicker
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    or we can get going and i'm very i'm
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    getting a little worried here in austin
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    which is different from the rest of
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    texas and the rest of texas is doing it
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    a little differently and moving a little
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    faster now here we all have to be
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    pansies
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    um and meanwhile just get back to the
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    numbers because that's
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    really the problem there are
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    increasingly more there's increasingly
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    more evidence
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    that this death count is really really
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    full of crap
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    and do you remember i said that i think
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    berks might have flipped and she was all
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    kind of on trump's side and maybe
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    anti-establishment that she's trying to
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    save herself from the
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    impending doom that these people will
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    meet when we finally figure out where
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    all the money is
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    coming from and going and you know
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    judicial watch is
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    doing all kinds of foyer requests on the
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    fauci and the nih you don't want that
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    you don't want that and i'm sure he
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    hasn't covered everything he
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    don't want that he doesn't want that
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    fouchy doesn't want that you don't want
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    tom fish not me you don't want tom
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    fitting in judicial watch making a stink
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    about your business which has been
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    as far as i can tell very shady for a
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    long time
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    so uh this is a cnn report jim acosta it
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    was a very long report i chopped it down
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    because it was really billed as tensions
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    rise
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    uh between the administration and let me
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    get the exact uh
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    exact title here tensions rise between
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    the white house and cdc
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    as burke's critiques virus
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    tracking and the death rate in control
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    of the coronavirus message coming from
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    the white house president trump is
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    giving the administration a pat on the
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    back for the u.s
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    response to the pandemic with the
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    enormous weight of the pandemic hanging
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    over the white house sources tell cnn
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    administration officials are questioning
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    the accuracy of the coronavirus death
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    toll in the u.s and whether the number
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    of dead is being over
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    counted but that would fly in the face
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    of testimony from top administration
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    health expert dr anthony fauci
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    who said deaths are likely being
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    undercounted as some residents in hard
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    hit new york died at home
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    and were never counted as covet 19
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    fatalities so in direct answer to your
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    question i think you are correct
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    that the number is likely higher i i
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    don't know exactly what percent higher
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    but almost certainly it's higher
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    the president suggested new york's
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    numbers i love how they did that
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    first they say the numbers are bull crap
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    and then they get cut straight to fauci
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    out of context
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    and but it's all no it's higher it's
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    definitely higher this is a good report
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    from cnn when it comes to propaganda 19
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    fatalities
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    so with direct answer to your question i
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    think you are correct
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    that the number is likely higher i i
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    don't know exactly what percent higher
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    but almost certainly it's higher
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    the president suggested new york's
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    number of debt was too high last month i
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    see
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    this morning where new york added 3 000
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    deaths
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    because they died and they're now saying
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    rather than it was a heart attack
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    they're saying it was a heart attack
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    caused by this
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    trump allies on fox news have zeroed in
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    on fouchy as an
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    obstacle to reopening the country
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    blasting the doctor's cautious approach
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    to the pandemic
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    is this the guy you want to ch chart the
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    future of the country
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    maybe not this is a very serious matter
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    the decisions we're making right now
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    tony fauci has not been elected to
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    anything fauci to be very blunt is the
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    face of this failed administrative
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    statement totally we've got to question
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    the entire premise of this
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    the chief buffoon of the professional dr
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    anthony pouchy
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    also seems to favor what the democrats
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    want and that is
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    massive restrictions with no end in
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    sight with all due respect to dr fauci's
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    expertise
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    no one elected him to anything but
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    there's one big problem for the white
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    house a cnn poll found a solid majority
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    of americans trust
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    fauci not the president so the whole
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    point is
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    they don't really interested in talking
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    about the facts of the death rate let's
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    just go ahead and say
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    fox news or assholes and fox news is
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    doing the same to cnn
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    but every day i could play a report like
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    this when police in cortez colorado
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    found 35 year old sebastian yellow
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    in their city park on may 4th coroner
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    george
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    devers quickly determined what killed
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    the man it wasn't coveted it was alcohol
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    toxicity yes he did have covet
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    but that is not what took his life in
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    fact
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    yellow's alcohol level is .55
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    nearly double the amount that's fatal so
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    he literally drank himself to death
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    yes exactly devers tested yellow for
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    covet 19
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    after his death and the test was
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    positive
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    the coroner said he was surprised to see
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    the state then show cova deaths in
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    montezuma county
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    go from two to three with sebastian
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    yellows counting as number three
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    before the death certificate was signed
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    they had already listed it as it go to
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    death
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    before the death certificate was even
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    signed divers said he's been trying to
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    get the state health department to
  • 16:22
    explain how a case of fatal alcohol
  • 16:24
    poisoning
  • 16:25
    was classified as a covid death and they
  • 16:28
    should have to be recording the same way
  • 16:30
    that i do
  • 16:30
    they have to go off the truth and the
  • 16:33
    facts
  • 16:34
    and listed as such it's not the first
  • 16:36
    time the state health department has
  • 16:37
    come under fire for reclassifying deaths
  • 16:40
    as covet fatalities
  • 16:41
    last month a cbs4 investigation found
  • 16:44
    attending physicians at this centennial
  • 16:46
    nursing home
  • 16:47
    ruled three deaths were not related to
  • 16:49
    coronavirus
  • 16:51
    but since the residents had tested
  • 16:52
    positive for covet 19
  • 16:55
    the state then listed them as
  • 16:57
    coronavirus deaths
  • 16:58
    there you go every day you could have
  • 17:00
    one of these reports every single day
  • 17:02
    but it's just
  • 17:02
    what every exactly since the beginning
  • 17:05
    we've done one of these
  • 17:06
    there's just this is you don't see
  • 17:09
    where's the other reports
  • 17:11
    in other words you know for the word
  • 17:13
    under counting how right i don't have
  • 17:15
    those
  • 17:15
    outrageous reports coming constantly no
  • 17:17
    we can't have that
  • 17:18
    there'll be none of that uh i put in the
  • 17:20
    show not doable
  • 17:22
    i put in the show notes a uh a report
  • 17:25
    from bmj that that's a big deal what
  • 17:27
    does bmj stand for
  • 17:29
    something medical journal what is it the
  • 17:31
    bmj
  • 17:33
    british medical journal i think it's uh
  • 17:37
    let me see bmj i think this is bmj.com
  • 17:41
    let me see what is it
  • 17:43
    oh bnj yeah bmj.com oh the leading yeah
  • 17:47
    there it is
  • 17:49
    they don't even expand the acronym you
  • 17:52
    a-holes
  • 17:54
    the bmj is the something of
  • 17:58
    medical journal okay anyway whatever it
  • 18:01
    is it's a real medical journal real
  • 18:02
    medical report abstract this is
  • 18:04
    a cluster randomized trial of cloth
  • 18:07
    masks compared with medical masks
  • 18:10
    and the objective was to see if there's
  • 18:12
    a difference what is good what is not
  • 18:14
    good it's all marked up one of our
  • 18:15
    producers actually was kind enough to do
  • 18:17
    this conclusion
  • 18:18
    uh the study is the first of cloth masks
  • 18:20
    and the results caution against the use
  • 18:22
    of cloth
  • 18:23
    masks which is what we're all using
  • 18:25
    because you know
  • 18:26
    we don't have enough disposable medical
  • 18:28
    masks moisture retention
  • 18:30
    reuse of cloth masks and poor filtration
  • 18:33
    may result in increased risk of
  • 18:35
    infection
  • 18:37
    it's right there in the bmj
  • 18:41
    so we are not getting good information
  • 18:44
    this is what's frustrating this is
  • 18:46
    what's driving people i think
  • 18:47
    nuts i have a one of our producers works
  • 18:50
    in a store which is starting to open up
  • 18:52
    and this is believe it or not a store
  • 18:54
    with democrats
  • 18:57
    and uh i just listened to this note that
  • 19:00
    has been written to the managers of this
  • 19:02
    uh place managers i've been in the store
  • 19:05
    for 90 seconds and two of the first nine
  • 19:07
    people i walked past first thing i'm not
  • 19:09
    wearing their face masks while within
  • 19:11
    six feet of other staff and in public
  • 19:12
    spaces
  • 19:16
    all uppercase now i am disappointed in
  • 19:19
    what i thought was a team
  • 19:20
    of individuals who appreciated an
  • 19:23
    employer that had as much concern for
  • 19:25
    them as they do themselves
  • 19:27
    we spent the last month in net losses as
  • 19:29
    a result of our selfless act of
  • 19:31
    closing the stores and paying everyone
  • 19:34
    for for our week so that we can do our
  • 19:35
    part
  • 19:36
    in trying to keep our staff and their
  • 19:38
    families healthy safe as well as
  • 19:39
    mentally and emotionally secure
  • 19:41
    in very uncertain times all caps still
  • 19:43
    that won't happen
  • 19:44
    we can't get our money back but i damn
  • 19:47
    sure we'll take action to make sure it
  • 19:48
    was not in vain
  • 19:50
    v-a-n-e misspelling we will do
  • 19:52
    absolutely everything in our power to
  • 19:54
    prevent
  • 19:54
    sickness and the risk of having to close
  • 19:56
    our doors again
  • 19:58
    blah blah blah let me be clear in
  • 20:00
    writing so there's no misunderstanding
  • 20:02
    i won't do the voice anymore we're
  • 20:03
    wearing a face mask
  • 20:05
    wearing a face mask by employees and sub
  • 20:08
    i just spit all over my screen
  • 20:09
    wearing a face mask by employees and
  • 20:11
    subcontractors is a requirement
  • 20:13
    while conducting company business at any
  • 20:14
    time and anywhere and while our property
  • 20:16
    for any reason
  • 20:17
    following company protocol for
  • 20:18
    preventing covenant spread at a rate of
  • 20:20
    100 percent is a requirement
  • 20:24
    the grounds are simple employees
  • 20:27
    terminated for being a clear and present
  • 20:29
    danger to health safety and well-being
  • 20:30
    of our team members and customers by not
  • 20:32
    taking the measures required by company
  • 20:33
    policy of wearing a face mask to help
  • 20:35
    prevent the spread of overnight pain
  • 20:39
    that's pretty serious where would you
  • 20:42
    run into this little
  • 20:43
    screed one of our producers uh who i'm
  • 20:45
    going to keep anonymous
  • 20:47
    uh works there and this was sent to her
  • 20:53
    yeah it's really there's
  • 20:57
    that's why i'm saying who cares let's
  • 20:58
    just go for it do it
  • 21:00
    get over it already so we can just move
  • 21:03
    on because
  • 21:04
    we'll never get out of this we'll never
  • 21:06
    ever get out of this by the way the cdc
  • 21:08
    data which i have the link for
  • 21:11
    in the show notes couple of our
  • 21:13
    producers record this data
  • 21:16
    and uh and you know from week to week
  • 21:18
    etc
  • 21:19
    and this producer said i went to update
  • 21:21
    my spreadsheet notice that they have
  • 21:23
    increased all of the uh 2019
  • 21:26
    2020 season numbers even though most
  • 21:28
    weeks have been listed as 100 percent
  • 21:31
    reported before
  • 21:32
    increased total deaths by literally
  • 21:34
    thousands per week even though they said
  • 21:37
    in their own and we have the proof their
  • 21:39
    own documents this is 100
  • 21:41
    counted or 100 reported and then they
  • 21:44
    re they updated it and they just added
  • 21:46
    thousands
  • 21:48
    to uh to several weeks what yeah
  • 21:51
    yeah the cdc is is not a a good outfit
  • 21:56
    no it's been corrupt for years now to go
  • 21:59
    back to your
  • 22:00
    uh your statement about this not being
  • 22:03
    uh a requirement and not being
  • 22:05
    uh a law that we have to adhere to
  • 22:08
    you're of course
  • 22:09
    absolutely right here's dr drew who was
  • 22:11
    still i don't know if he's on fouchy's
  • 22:13
    fear squad anymore or if he's
  • 22:15
    freewheeling but here's
  • 22:16
    his latest and let's remind ourselves
  • 22:18
    the cdc
  • 22:19
    never recommended shutdown they never
  • 22:22
    recommended
  • 22:23
    shutdown they recommended social
  • 22:25
    distancing and let's not confuse social
  • 22:27
    distancing and shut down those are two
  • 22:29
    very different things shutting down
  • 22:31
    businesses isolating in place
  • 22:33
    those those are far-reaching measures
  • 22:36
    beyond
  • 22:37
    mere social distancing so the real
  • 22:39
    question is
  • 22:41
    was that necessary might there have been
  • 22:43
    a more
  • 22:45
    rational intermediate step to take close
  • 22:48
    some businesses
  • 22:49
    close some schools isolate nursing homes
  • 22:52
    might that have been a more
  • 22:54
    sophisticated way to do this
  • 22:55
    and given that in california we overshot
  • 22:58
    by somewhere between a
  • 23:00
    a factor of 10 and 50.
  • 23:03
    evidence we did suggest we did a great
  • 23:05
    job and maybe we did too good a job
  • 23:07
    depending
  • 23:08
    on how bad our economy is hit
  • 23:11
    oh brother so now i have probably the
  • 23:15
    most frightening thing of the day i'll
  • 23:16
    get it out of the way right away
  • 23:20
    thank you while we cannot while we have
  • 23:23
    not been forced to shut down we've been
  • 23:25
    compliant
  • 23:26
    very compliant human resources doing as
  • 23:28
    we're told social engineering and great
  • 23:30
    play we're being
  • 23:32
    shamed into compliance
  • 23:35
    and the ultimate question is when a
  • 23:37
    vaccine comes around
  • 23:38
    how is that going to work now um we'll
  • 23:41
    probably dive in later into the this
  • 23:43
    rick bright character who keeps coming
  • 23:45
    back who
  • 23:46
    was slated to be the guy running the
  • 23:48
    program now the military
  • 23:50
    is going to do that we already said i
  • 23:51
    think a couple weeks ago there was going
  • 23:53
    to be
  • 23:53
    warp speed operation warp speed was the
  • 23:56
    get the vaccine but
  • 23:58
    done and and and out and ready for
  • 24:00
    distribution
  • 24:01
    by january of 2021 so when that comes
  • 24:05
    out
  • 24:06
    um do we will we all have to take it is
  • 24:09
    it going to be optional will you take
  • 24:11
    the vaccine john
  • 24:13
    uh no nobody in the family is taking
  • 24:15
    this vaccine and what if you were forced
  • 24:17
    to take the vaccine
  • 24:18
    no that's not going to happen here is a
  • 24:20
    constitutional lawyer alan dershowitz
  • 24:23
    let's be very clear how we break down
  • 24:25
    this issue
  • 24:26
    the city of new york the state of new
  • 24:29
    york has the power to close a park
  • 24:31
    based on their view that it would be
  • 24:33
    helpful in defeating the pandemic
  • 24:35
    absolutely no question about that the
  • 24:37
    supreme court has case after case after
  • 24:39
    case
  • 24:40
    saying that public health justifies
  • 24:43
    closing down parks
  • 24:45
    closing down public areas the next
  • 24:48
    question is does the governor have
  • 24:50
    the right to do that governors generally
  • 24:53
    are not authorized to make the law
  • 24:56
    they're authorized to enforce the law so
  • 24:59
    you'd have to look to see if there were
  • 25:00
    legislative authority allowing the
  • 25:03
    governor to close the park
  • 25:05
    if there is then it would be legitimate
  • 25:08
    uh
  • 25:08
    let me put it very clearly you have no
  • 25:10
    constitutional right
  • 25:11
    to endanger the public and spread
  • 25:15
    a disease even if you disagree you have
  • 25:18
    no right not to be vaccinated
  • 25:20
    you have no right not to wear a mask and
  • 25:22
    if you refuse to be vaccinated the state
  • 25:24
    has the power
  • 25:25
    to literally take you to a doctor's
  • 25:28
    office
  • 25:29
    and plunge a needle into your arm if the
  • 25:31
    vaccination
  • 25:33
    is designed to prevent the spreading
  • 25:34
    disease if the vaccination
  • 25:36
    is only to prevent a disease that you
  • 25:38
    will get for example if there's a
  • 25:39
    disease that will kill you
  • 25:41
    you have the right to refuse that but
  • 25:43
    you have no right to refuse
  • 25:45
    to be vaccinated against a contagious
  • 25:48
    disease
  • 25:49
    public health the police power of the
  • 25:51
    constitution gives the state the power
  • 25:53
    to compel that
  • 25:54
    and there are cases in the united states
  • 25:56
    supreme court
  • 25:59
    holy crap
  • 26:02
    i was not aware that that was a
  • 26:04
    constitutionally
  • 26:06
    somehow possible well i'd like to hear
  • 26:09
    other interpretations
  • 26:10
    dershowitz has got one opinion about a
  • 26:12
    lot of stuff right but we typically
  • 26:14
    like what dershowitz has to say can't
  • 26:16
    just because you disagree he can't say
  • 26:18
    yeah you know but he's become a bit of a
  • 26:20
    uh uh
  • 26:23
    arm uh s waiver recently i mean he's
  • 26:26
    he d i mean he's what he's saying is
  • 26:28
    probably true but i'm sure there's
  • 26:30
    other ways of dealing with it well this
  • 26:32
    is not going to happen we're not going
  • 26:33
    to get a shot
  • 26:35
    do you remember h1n1 this wine flew yeah
  • 26:38
    we're still waiting
  • 26:40
    still waiting for the video on this show
  • 26:41
    we discussed oh there's gonna be two
  • 26:43
    remember the whole
  • 26:44
    rigmarole is gonna have to be two shots
  • 26:46
    you know maybe three and then it could
  • 26:48
    come to one and then become part of the
  • 26:49
    flu shot and there's all these different
  • 26:51
    things
  • 26:52
    that's what that era when people at uh
  • 26:55
    because i took pictures and put in the
  • 26:56
    newsletter
  • 26:57
    where they were giving the shots out in
  • 26:59
    albany they had
  • 27:00
    a line oh i remember that yes yeah
  • 27:03
    opening a star wars
  • 27:06
    the public will line up for this shot in
  • 27:10
    such a
  • 27:10
    to such a degree yeah that you there's
  • 27:13
    not going to they're going to force
  • 27:14
    anyone to get the shot because there's
  • 27:16
    going to be
  • 27:16
    so many people getting the shot they're
  • 27:18
    going to probably run out of it
  • 27:20
    yeah that's a good point that's a good
  • 27:22
    point
  • 27:23
    don't line up but it'll be lined up a
  • 27:25
    mile long
  • 27:27
    and as the president says do you mean a
  • 27:29
    fully approved vaccine for
  • 27:31
    everyone the full public or a partially
  • 27:33
    approved vaccine with emergency use no
  • 27:35
    we're looking for a full vaccine for
  • 27:37
    everyone
  • 27:38
    that wants to get it not everybody's
  • 27:40
    going to want to get it there you go
  • 27:42
    but we're looking at a full vaccine is
  • 27:43
    that a correct statement yeah will
  • 27:45
    issues yes synthetic so the answer what
  • 27:48
    is the questioning we're looking at a
  • 27:49
    full vaccine what is that like a half
  • 27:51
    hey man i'll take the uh a quarter a
  • 27:52
    quarterback
  • 27:57
    she was asking are you gonna something
  • 27:59
    that's not quite fully approved
  • 28:01
    i understand i understand you could have
  • 28:03
    a full vaccine is that a correct
  • 28:04
    statement yeah will
  • 28:05
    issues yes so the answer is the answer
  • 28:08
    is yes we're working for a fully
  • 28:10
    approved vaccine but we'll also use the
  • 28:12
    tools we have for instance emergency use
  • 28:14
    authorization
  • 28:15
    um as as appropriate we use all of our
  • 28:17
    regulatory tools to bring vaccine
  • 28:19
    available for
  • 28:20
    the entire american population by
  • 28:22
    january okay and then mr president can
  • 28:24
    you just clarify
  • 28:25
    why are some of you wearing a mask and
  • 28:27
    why are some of you not wearing a mask
  • 28:29
    oh please we've all been tested i've
  • 28:31
    been tested we've all been tested and
  • 28:32
    we're
  • 28:33
    uh quite a distance away and we're
  • 28:35
    outdoor so uh i told them i gave them
  • 28:37
    the option they could wear it or not
  • 28:39
    so you can blame it on me but i gave
  • 28:40
    them the option we could wear it or not
  • 28:42
    so the president is there saying kind of
  • 28:44
    what i'd like optional vaccine
  • 28:46
    optional masks and also optional uh
  • 28:49
    open carry so rick bright
  • 28:52
    was the guy who was who has
  • 28:55
    traditionally for many years
  • 28:57
    he's been in and out of government and
  • 28:59
    back to
  • 29:00
    the pharmaceutical industry multiple
  • 29:02
    times and he is the guy that was
  • 29:04
    supposed to be
  • 29:05
    in charge of the vaccine this is the
  • 29:09
    barda the biomedical advanced research
  • 29:12
    and development authority
  • 29:13
    and this was unceremoniously taken away
  • 29:16
    from him
  • 29:17
    as he was pushed out and now of course
  • 29:19
    he's a whistleblower
  • 29:21
    so oh yeah we he has a job but listen to
  • 29:24
    this guy's career
  • 29:26
    and you start to understand why you
  • 29:28
    really don't want him
  • 29:29
    in the business of vaccines
  • 29:32
    in this case certainly as he started
  • 29:36
    um well in atlanta georgia vaccine
  • 29:40
    research center
  • 29:41
    98 to 2002 we worked at the cdc
  • 29:44
    in atlanta uh where he studied influenza
  • 29:47
    a virus and the h5n1
  • 29:50
    from 2000 2003 he went to the
  • 29:53
    pharmaceutical
  • 29:54
    industry which is always great when
  • 29:56
    you're in government and then you go to
  • 29:57
    the private
  • 29:58
    industry and then you can shepherd stuff
  • 30:00
    in so he went to
  • 30:02
    altea therapeutics is which is
  • 30:06
    also in atlanta and he was a senior
  • 30:08
    research for their vaccine and
  • 30:10
    immuno immunology programs in 2003 he
  • 30:13
    went back to the cdc so only a year that
  • 30:16
    he was in private business
  • 30:17
    and uh then he was still in atlanta but
  • 30:20
    then he was focused on the
  • 30:22
    avian flu and he was there until 2006
  • 30:25
    then 2006 to 2008 he went to
  • 30:27
    nova vaxx like the number one penny
  • 30:30
    stock of
  • 30:31
    vaccine bull crap on the stock market
  • 30:34
    during that time
  • 30:34
    he participated in world health
  • 30:36
    organization committees on vaccine
  • 30:38
    development and pandemic preparedness
  • 30:41
    and then in 2008 he worked at the bill
  • 30:43
    and melinda gates foundation
  • 30:46
    and then in 2010 he came back to the
  • 30:49
    department of health and human
  • 30:50
    services so the guy
  • 30:53
    is way too in entrenched in
  • 30:57
    in the pharmaceutical business i don't
  • 30:59
    think you want this guy
  • 31:01
    running the show and the fact that he's
  • 31:02
    so pissed off about it and so angry that
  • 31:04
    he's become a whistleblower
  • 31:06
    i think tells us i'm sorry god
  • 31:09
    i think that tells us that you know this
  • 31:11
    was not the way it's supposed to go this
  • 31:13
    is
  • 31:14
    we are going to learn eventually so much
  • 31:16
    about
  • 31:17
    the pharmaceutical and medical industry
  • 31:19
    and all the egos and all the money that
  • 31:22
    takes place
  • 31:23
    and it's going it's going to blow us
  • 31:25
    away
  • 31:26
    because the scandal and the bull crap on
  • 31:28
    the money is
  • 31:29
    ten times bigger than than than movies
  • 31:32
    especially
  • 31:34
    today this is rick bright testifying
  • 31:36
    because of course we got to testify
  • 31:38
    today the world is confronting a public
  • 31:40
    health emergency unlike any we've seen
  • 31:42
    in over a century
  • 31:44
    we are facing a highly transmissible and
  • 31:47
    deadly virus which not only claims lives
  • 31:50
    but also disrupts the very foundations
  • 31:52
    of our society
  • 31:53
    the american health care system is being
  • 31:55
    taxed to the limit
  • 31:57
    our economy is spiraling downward and
  • 31:59
    our population is being paralyzed by
  • 32:01
    fear
  • 32:02
    stemming from a lack of a coordinated
  • 32:04
    response
  • 32:05
    and a dearth of accurate clear
  • 32:07
    communication
  • 32:08
    about the path forward americans yearn
  • 32:11
    to get back to work
  • 32:13
    to open their businesses and to provide
  • 32:15
    for their families
  • 32:16
    i get that however what we do
  • 32:19
    must be done what is he like in charge
  • 32:23
    so he gets he sounds like he's the
  • 32:24
    premier of canada
  • 32:26
    get back to work to open their
  • 32:28
    businesses and to provide for their
  • 32:30
    families
  • 32:31
    i get that yeah but this is the
  • 32:34
    this is the attitude of these people i
  • 32:37
    am king
  • 32:38
    however what we do must be done
  • 32:41
    carefully
  • 32:42
    with guidance from the best scientific
  • 32:44
    minds
  • 32:45
    our window of opportunity is closing if
  • 32:48
    we fail to improve our response now
  • 32:51
    based on science i fear the pandemic
  • 32:53
    will get worse and be prolonged yeah
  • 32:56
    this is my favorite part is now we're
  • 32:57
    bringing it all back around to science
  • 32:59
    and trust the scientists
  • 33:00
    because the republicans in particular
  • 33:03
    don't believe in science
  • 33:05
    there will be likely a resurgence of
  • 33:07
    cobit 19 this fall
  • 33:09
    it'll be greatly compounded by the
  • 33:11
    challenges of seasonal influenza
  • 33:13
    without better planning 2020 could be
  • 33:16
    the darkest
  • 33:19
    these guys this goes on with biden too
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    where's the science where's the science
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    that says it's going to
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    recur in uh in the fall of 2020 oh well
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    there's no specifically what science no
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    he's talking about science science
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    science
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    science specifically name something what
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    study do they know for a fact that this
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    thing's not falling apart
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    i mean is there any evidence whatsoever
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    this is all
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    speculative without better planning
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    2020 could be the darkest winter in
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    modern history
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    first and foremost i love could be the
  • 33:56
    darkest winter in modern history
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    have you heard of the hunger winter
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    a-hole without better planning
  • 34:02
    2020 could be the darkest winter in
  • 34:04
    modern history
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    first and foremost we need to be
  • 34:07
    truthful with the american people
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    americans deserve the truth the truth
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    must be based on science
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    we have the world's greatest scientists
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    now the truth must be based on science
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    there's a very interesting phrase and i
  • 34:21
    think we're going to hear this a lot
  • 34:22
    more
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    because there's really only truth in one
  • 34:24
    thing and that's mathematics
  • 34:26
    and what they're showing us is
  • 34:27
    mathematics and there's no truth in it
  • 34:29
    you know what i'm saying science is is
  • 34:31
    not always truth in fact it's kind of
  • 34:34
    never truth but we've been through this
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    with global warming
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    and the green new deal and climate
  • 34:39
    change and
  • 34:40
    is just coming back and please ignore
  • 34:42
    the math that we showed you that was all
  • 34:44
    wrong trust in science people
  • 34:46
    americans deserve the truth the truth
  • 34:48
    must be based on science
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    we have the world's greatest scientists
  • 34:53
    let us lead
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    let us speak without fear of retribution
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    there you go john let us lead let us
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    lead
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    they want to give the power to the
  • 35:03
    scientists to let them lead you
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    we must listen each of us can and must
  • 35:08
    do our part now
  • 35:10
    on tuesday dr fauci delivered a message
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    and a voice that is clear and
  • 35:14
    trustworthy
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    has encouraged us to act with caution as
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    we return to our daily lives
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    we sho