Why The Media Demonizes Leftists

Right-wing propaganda network Newsmax recently interviewed Hungary’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, who spewed terrible anti-LGBTQIA+ rhetoric and defended Hungary’s ban on LGBTQIA+ content in schools. The rhetoric was received with welcome arms and did not face any pushback from the Newsmax host, which points towards a larger issue with U.S. media: sympathy for authoritarians, demonization for leftists.

“Newsmax just mainstreaming Hungary’s horrific anti-LGBTQ law into American TV screens with absolutely zero pushback”

Sam Harris’ Dissection Of Donald Trump (from Joe Rogan Experience #804)

This clip is taken from the Joe Rogan Experience podcast #804 with Sam Harris (https://youtu.be/RJ5_hAEsLkU), also available for download via iTunes & Stitcher (http://bit.ly/1XvSzR3).

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even if we had our house in order in
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every respect
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we still have terrorism and the you know
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global climate change will you have that
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you’ve got China and India and what are
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they doing in terms of complying with
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with climate goals you have all the
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things we’ve been talking about you know
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the the virtual certainty that there’s
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going to be a pandemic at the not what
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I’m talking about bioterrorism we’re
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talking about just the sheer fact that
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in 1918 there was a killer flu and
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there’s going to be another killer flu
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right there’s just no way there’s not
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gonna be another killer flu and we need
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we need people and we need people people
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to smart people to change to optimize
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the system to deal with these kinds of
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things and if we’re promoting you know
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religious maniacs and and crazy
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narcissists and liars and ignoramus and
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only that those people how could this
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end we’ll this is just a weird year for
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like heavyweight boxing you know they
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have those weird years for heavyweight
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boxing when Tony Allen is a champ and
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and then are you where you could be the
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heavyweight champion they went through a
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period of time in like the early 80s for
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Tyson came around was a series of like
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these champs that were like you know
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sort of like journeyman fighters and
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then Tyson came along maybe that’s what
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it only only with heavyweights right
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yeah mostly with heavyweights yeah the
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lighter weights they were always badass
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but I think that maybe that’s what’s
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going on maybe we need to have this bad
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season get the season out of our way
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realize the danger of having an inept
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person in office whether it’s a liar or
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dude who hates money or or Trump whoever
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it is just go through it and realize how
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silly it is that we have it set up this
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way still

The New Feudalism: A lot of our Problems are Education Problems

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climate change is an education problem
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mm-hmm okay the numbers tell E Barrett
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out the percentage of people with PhDs
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who don’t believe climate change is real
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is trivial the percent if you have
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master’s degrees is maybe a little
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higher but right if if you double the
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percentage of Americans with a college
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degree there’d be no problem of climate
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change denial in this country and then
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what that would mean is the world would
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not would have a would actually have a
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shot at maybe addressing it in a way
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that right now looks unlikely a lot of
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our problems are education problems in
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disguise
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because the ability to believe in fake
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things is essential to upholding the
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kind of system that we have otherwise
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how do you explain in a democracy a
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system that doesn’t work for most people
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it makes no sense well people have to be
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persuaded to believe in things that are
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not real the democracies become a
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plutonomy where the power of that vote
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is diminished and the more you can
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manipulate people as you just described
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the more power the money has relative to
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the individual and I’ve been trying to
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help people see the connections between
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each of these stories you know I was
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just saying today you know we have a
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story in the news of Michael Bloomberg
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giving 1.8 billion to John Hopkins very
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nice gift but why does he have that
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money why is that happening that way
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then you got a couple days before this
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bombshell story on Facebook and how it
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totally looked the other way as the
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Russians were waging cyber war on this
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country to basically protect itself from
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government scrutiny then you got the
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story of Amazon running a The Bachelor
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contest on American cities getting you
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know a tax break for the world’s richest
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man you know then you go back and we
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just have the 10-year anniversary of the
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financial crisis and basically now 10
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years later it turns out the only people
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who are fully recovered from it other
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people who caused that and on and on and
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on and on these are all connected and I
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think we are not who we think
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we are in this country and we are living
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in an America that is the opposite of
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our self-image if you ask if you stop at
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any red state blue state small town big
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city farmstand and you say what are your
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kind of central ideas of what this
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country is about one of things that come
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up very fast in my experience is
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American dream like whatever effort you
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put in that’s where you end up this is
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actually leat less true in America than
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in any other rich country the thing we
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think is our thing is like the opposite
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of our thing ours is actually the most
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cast we are the kind of most cast
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Society among the rich countries and by
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the way the reduction of funding for our
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public universities like University of
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Michigan where you went to school where
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I grew up around or Cal Berkeley they’ve
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ceased to be vehicles of upward mobility
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and according to Raj Chetty study with a
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number of colleagues the University of
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Michigan now has more people from the
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top one percent then from the bottom
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sixty combined as undergraduates and
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that’s 40,000 students that’s not some
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boutique College picking off trust fund
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kids that’s how they got to sustain
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themselves out of the hole like you said
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the mask is like all occluding our
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vision of what’s really happening you
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know sometimes you can have like a very
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bad disease that remains invisible in
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your body right there’s cancers that you
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people have for years without realizing
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they have cancer and then and then it’s
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too late I think we’ve had a cancer for
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a while in terms of the veneration of
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wealth thinking that people are smart
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just because they’re rich thinking they
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know what our school should be like just
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because they made money in hedge funds
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thinking that they you know have insight
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into how we should fight diseases just
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because you know they made a soft drink
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company and cause diseases and that
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cancer has been in our society for a
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while and it was pretty much undetected
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people weren’t critiquing these things
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Mark Zuckerberg a few years ago
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announced I’m giving 99% of my wealth
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away I mean every newspaper story was
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this like puffy like gauzy philanthropy
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thing I think Trump is the moment where
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we realize we have cancer and I
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appreciate him for that
I appreciate the
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way in which he is flamboyantly made
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visible many of the ugliest tendencies
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of our society he is the incarnation of
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so much of what is bad in a culture
that
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Revere’s money and he has tased Rama
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ties so many of the things I write about
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in this book the the notion that the
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people who caused our problems are best
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equipped to solve them somehow
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the notion that you can kind of seek to
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enrich yourself and sort of fight for
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the common man at the same time when
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when the notion that you can you know be
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that just because you’re a
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businessperson you have like you know
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these special skills to solve any other
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problem that have nothing to do with
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your lane
well I think the the
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sensibility you know we talk about new
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economic thinking like it’s this model
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versus that model or whatever but you’re
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penetrating to a different level which
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is what I would call the emotional
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contours of who you want to be and who
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you allow to be the judging jury of the
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meaning of your existence and by
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understanding the context in which ideas
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are formed and how they William are
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called resonate with value it challenges
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us all to think about governance
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media what matters to us
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you’re really you’re opening up a lot of
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structures that people who just played
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my model versus your model never
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considered and I think that that to me
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that’s a very beautiful contribution
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that you’re making thank you
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and will help us all go deeper Cornell
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west the famous theologian and scholar
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said to me one time we were on stage at
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the Union Theological Seminary she said
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Robert sometimes you know you don’t
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understand what you have to do is get
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quiet and go deeper until you can come
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back yeah and I think the challenge that
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you mission in this book for all of the
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thinkers the intellectuals the scholars
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were the people who think that they have
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some kind of right to know a
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paternalistic design architecture for
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society I think you’re shaking us all up
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and I and I’m grateful to you for you
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thank you so much

Joe Rogan: Our Media is in an Adolescent Stage

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that’s why I think it’s good like what
you do in terms of coversation is like you
basically say you know I’m gonna do long
form because that you know feels like at
least from my perspective the healthiest
form
yeah it’s conversation but is even in
that case people will take long-form
edit things out of context and then it
becomes the same problem that we have on
Twitter and with everything else you get
these little sound bites so there’s
little video clips and you don’t
understand the full context of the
conversation or what was actually said
and then people get outraged at that
it’s you know it’s we are living in a
very strange time and I believe it’s an
adolescent stage of communication and I
think it’s going to give our
frustrations for this are going to give
birth to a better full

and I think one of the things that
podcasts what it’s in response to the
popularity of the long-form is in
response to people being upset with like
these traditional late-night talk show
things where there’s a window here with
one guy on the right and a window here
with a guy on the left and there’s a
person in the center and they’re yelling
at each other and then you cut to
commercial and you don’t really feel
like things got resolved so the response
to that where people gravitate it’s
three is theater yeah I think he’s was
it hard for you you know when we came up
his comments it was also at that point
like it was sort of a gladiatorial
environment you know and I remember you
know the Boston scene you know was
always like that’s a tough scene yeah
he’d come up and it was kind of
gladiatorial and but you had that
audience and you develop kind of that
thick skin is it hard to then make that
switch in your mind to this different
form that’s so much more considered so
much less about conquering the stage
yeah it is about being open and is that
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something that for you what was the
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switch for you from those two forms
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because that’s and that’s an interesting
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switch well in the beginning there
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wasn’t very good switch you know it’s
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like one of the reasons why the early
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episode sucked it’s like I didn’t know
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what I was doing and I didn’t think
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anybody was listening it was just for
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fun and there was a lot of just hanging
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out with comics and just doing what
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comics do if we were at a diner
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somewhere just talking shit and making
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each other laugh but we were doing it
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and videotaping it and then along the
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way I started interviewing actual
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interesting people and talking to them
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and having conversations and not you
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know I don’t you know I there’s a place
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for comedy and then I don’t I make a
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really big point in never trying to
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force comedy into places where it
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doesn’t belong that’s I do that also
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with the UFC when I do commentary I’m
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never funny there’s no reason to be it’s
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not what my job is you know and then
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when I’m doing a conversation with
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someone I just try to talk I don’t try
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to be a comic I don’t try I just I’m a
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human I want I want to know what they’re
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talking about and I want to I want to
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get them to expand upon their
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ideas as best they can and I want to be
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engaged that’s what I’m trying to do so
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it wasn’t that it wasn’t that was a big
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Media Deception: Covid-19 Clickbait: Read the Whole Thing (Joe Rogan)

that have like their here’s a deceptive
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one that i’ve read it was really fucked
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up they were talking about this kid who
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was I think he was 17 who died from
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kovat and they said he was and they were
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said he was healthy no under no other
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health issues they said but then we read
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the article deeper it turns out he had
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diabetes he had
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type one diabetes and he was 400 pounds
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and it’s like wait a minute
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the that’s not no issues these articles
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are full of shit and they write those
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articles just so that you click on them
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because they get the the fucking ad
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revenue from clicks and so they’re
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incentivized to trick you into being
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scared they’re like oh my god a 17 year
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old died what happened my 17 year old
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can die
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holy fuck and then you click on it and
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if you don’t read you know six seven
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paragraphs into the article you don’t
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find out that this was a 400-pound
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diabetic kid that you know that’s what
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have died from the flu three months
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earlier it would have been the same shit
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yeah yeah you know so the numbers are
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fudged so I don’t want to believe your
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numbers don’t come to me with more scare
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tactics about like the numbers are
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spiking well you already said that 50%
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of the positives are false positives
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well at least finally they’re saying
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when they’re said the numbers are
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spiking I haven’t heard the 50% fault
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video there was the the chick that is
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ill with Falchi the other one she was
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saying 50% yeah I don’t know how old the
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video was with it our testing is we’re
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coming up and if you have one percent of
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whatever and we test it and 50 you know
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about half of the positives or false
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positive Jesus and then I don’t wear a
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mask
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and you have to wear masks they said the
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whole reason we have to flatten the
03:32
curve is because you can live on
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anything for up to like nine days and
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even an asymptomatic person can still
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transmit it then it comes out they say
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the exact opposite yeah now they’re
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saying asymptomatic people very very
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rarely twelve-minute I don’t choose to
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believe that Joe I’m gonna relieve what
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they told me the first time not gonna do
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it not the new facts that they have now
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so we’re still gonna wear masks all the
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time yeah people get mad at you if you
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suggest differently there’s a lot of
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people that like being scared too and
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you’re like fuck you love it we’re your
04:03
goddamn masks we need to protect people
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love it but meanwhile snow policed who’s
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gonna protect you and you who’s gonna
04:10
protect your family me meanwhile there
04:13
was no be these people weren’t freaking
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out when you’ve seen these mass protests
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and the spikes guess what happened right
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after the protest and at least they’re
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saying that now at least they’re saying
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they’re being forced into saying is
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probably connected
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the protests well of course it’s just
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one way to get attacked to get people to
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skate let’s scare them to stop revolting
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let’s give them let’s get them chill out
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you got you know now the numbers are
04:38
spiking guys do you think it’s that
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calculated that that’s what they’re
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doing I think there’s a lot of
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calculated shit going on
04:43
there’s too many weird things going on
04:44
I’m like who’s calculating I’m though I
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think that it’s dr. evil I think it is I
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think that they’re in like their thing
04:51
and next we’re gonna launch the sharks
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with laser beams on their head what
04:56
happened to murder Hornets they came and
04:57
went real quick I was really worried
04:59
about them aliens bro fuck I put it out
05:01
there and you come well ends are coming
05:04
before before the election Dave’s like
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listen man I got to do something I got
05:09
to figure this out it’s all been
05:10
approved by the governor everybody’s you
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know distanced six feet apart they all
05:15
maintain social distancing during the
05:17
show they wear masks during the show how
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long what’s this how long are we to keep
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doing this Texas governor is people to
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stay home states report surges of nuke
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ovid 19 cases yeah you want to see the
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photo of the Austin protests you’ve seen
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it it’s crazy
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you know Austin which is the most
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progressive city in Texas had this
05:37
insane protest which listen I think is
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great I do I think it’s great that
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people want to show solidarity that
05:44
people want to to get out there and and
05:47
let everybody know that they’re they’re
05:49
not down with police brutality and that
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they’re there they’re down with racial
05:54
equality and that you got all these
05:56
thousands and thousands of people
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together to have the same positive
06:00
message I love it however that Co vid
06:04
doesn’t give a fuck about racial
06:07
equality or social justice if you’re if
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you’re not healthy it’s gonna get you I
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don’t know and the case is spike but the
06:15
other thing about Texas is a giant
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percentage of it I think somewhere in
06:19
the neighborhood at 50% is actually in
06:20
prisons so when they’re talking about
06:22
statewide issues did you have an image
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so I can get an image for you I got a
06:28
good one for you oh that’s a good one
06:29
yeah that’ll cause problem
06:32
look at his fucking people but one thing
06:36
they have found out if you guys if you
06:38
guys are gonna protest protest during
06:39
the day and this is why there’s been a
06:42
new study that came out that said that
06:43
kovat 19 dies almost instantly in
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contact with sunlight
06:48
no Trump’s say that like two months ago
06:50
and everyone said he was crazy no he was
06:53
saying like put lights to the body no he
06:55
said when the summer comes that he knows
06:58
it but it’s not but it’s not the heat
06:59
it’s actually light so the nighttime is
07:04
just as dangerous in the summer it is as
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it is during the day it’s not heat it’s
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not a temperature issue I’m sure some
07:09
temperature kills it Joe this thing is
07:11
not real bro this is not real it’s not
07:15
really a joint it is the fucking flu
07:17
yeah let’s do it dude it’s not real you
07:21
don’t think it’s real I think that the
07:22
flu is real I think that people get sick
07:25
from the flu every year and die I think
07:26
that it’s a it’s a bad thing I don’t
07:29
think that all of this nonsense is going
07:31
on and they keep keep perpetuating it
07:34
and keep perpetuating keep perpetuating
07:35
it come on I just not buying anything I
07:40
just you guys you change your views and
07:43
change your opinions it’s like it’s like
07:45
if you were the writer of a TV show say
07:47
friends your job would be to write a 30
07:50
minute episode that was funny and
07:53
intriguing and dramatic and fucking
07:56
scary or whatever the fuck
07:58
and like the the media just writes an
08:00
episode and then the next day they like
08:02
write a new episode and write a new
08:03
episode and like change their shit I
08:05
understand
08:06
such bullshit I understand what you
08:08
saying I’m gonna give you a different
08:09
perspective okay this is the different
08:11
perspective the different perspective is
08:13
legit biologists have analyzed the
08:16
actual virus itself and they find all
08:18
sorts of problems with this virus I had
08:20
Brett Weinstein on the podcast the other
08:21
day he’s a professor a legit biologist
08:24
and he was discussing all of the
08:27
indicators in the virus that seemed to
08:30
point to the fact that this has probably
08:31
been leaked from a lab and explained it
08:34
in terms of the way viruses evolve I’m
08:36
gonna do a terrible job of paraphrasing
08:38
it because I’m a moron and he’s
08:39
brilliant but when he said in the long
08:42
run what he’s basically saying is this
08:44
is a very legit virus
08:46
it’s very complicated because of the
08:48
fact that it’s been fucked with because
08:50
this is not a virus like you know like a
08:53
regular cold or like anything else that
08:55
we’ve encountered before this is
08:57
something that’s really complicated and
08:59
may have evolved because it came from a
09:02
lab his perspective is it may have
09:04
evolved to transmit better indoors and
09:08
it’s very vulnerable to UV light which
09:10
also might be part of you know it being
09:14
from a lab and not something that
09:15
existed in the wild that actually just
09:17
jumped from a bat to a Pangolin to a
09:20
person or what have you so legit
09:23
scientists and biologists who are not a
09:25
part of the narrative they’re not
09:27
working for any government agency
09:28
they’re not a part of the news media
09:30
that’s trying to transmit propaganda
09:33
they are concerned with it and they’re
09:35
concerned with it for very specific
09:37
scientific reasons now me as a person
09:40
who doesn’t know what the fuck any of
09:41
that stuff I just said means really I
09:43
just repeat it
09:44
it sounds like I’m smart but they the
09:47
the smart people actually are worried
09:50
about it for very specific reasons that
09:51
he could explain to you now it’s not
09:53
vulnerable for a lot of people they’re
09:56
not gonna be vulnerable like pro
09:57
athletes we were talking about those NBA
09:59
players to get it listen those are top
10:01
of the food chain stud athletes they
10:04
shake it off they’re not experiencing
10:06
any symptoms you know over and over and
10:08
over again there’s a lot of people that
10:10
get injured selber shook it off there’s
10:11
a lot of people that get it shake it off
10:13
they barely get it they barely even know
10:14
they have it
10:15
but they’re really robust healthy people
10:19
the concern is people that aren’t old
10:22
people
10:23
people that are vulnerable when they get
10:24
it man they get it bad and I was reading
10:26
an article today about a woman who’s
10:28
been sick with kovat for a hundred days
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now and she still has days she has like
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these horrible flu-like symptoms and she
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gets real wheezy but I think she has
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multiple sclerosis and she’s got some
10:38
other underlying health conditions so
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those people have to really be worried
10:42
about this because it’s not predictable
10:44
and they don’t know how to treat it
10:45
totally especially in the beginning
10:47
turned out when they put people on
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ventilators my buddy Michael yo got it
10:51
and he got it early on and his doctor
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told him if I put you on a ventilator
10:55
you’re probably gonna die because your
10:57
body’s gonna stop breathing for itself
10:59
it’s good to let
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but the ventilator do all the work the
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ventilator like 90% of people put on
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ventilators I think or 80 80 per side
11:08
for anything ever died is that true I
11:12
don’t know that’s what I said
11:13
80 to 80 percent so when the question is
11:16
almost like we need 40,000 ventilators
11:18
because we’re who are you saving when
11:20
80% of those people are gonna die
11:21
the thing is though like I think the
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ventilator one way you could look at it
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the ventilator is such a last-ditch
11:27
effort that by the time you get that
11:29
what is that was it
11:30
ice-cold why is it school delicious what
11:32
happy for you much what a good man he
11:34
brings his own beer you fucking study
11:36
with all kinds of um I brought you some
11:39
ignite stuff too Oh Danson found out the
11:42
Dan Bilzerian tell me he’s writing a
11:46
book yeah I think he did write his book
11:50
yeah that one’s for Marshall my dog’s
11:54
been using it too it’s really good stuff
11:57
you know Dan everything’s the best he’s
12:03
he’s jumped balls deep into weed and CBD
12:06
yeah right look at that dog CBD it even
12:09
says it on there I fucked up with CBD MD
12:12
and I took some of their dogs CBD was
12:14
delicious peanut butter flavor
12:15
I think it’s final I’m sure why not CBD
12:19
but they make it flavors for dogs what’s
12:23
up cool ass more shit what is the RAM
12:35
said I think it’s a goat head I asked
12:39
him once about and I care member what
12:41
the answer was I think it’s always been
12:42
like his thing that’s that’s like Satan
12:45
right what is the one the the devil that
12:48
has the goat head is it Beelzebub sounds
12:52
good it sounds like they’ll be correct
12:57
Thank You Satan no what is it
13:00
which one
13:03
you gotta be careful you know you get
13:06
people so high that they get super
13:08
paranoid and they look down that goat
13:09
head Baphomet
13:10
Oh Baphomet that’s right I’ve seen him
13:12
on things before that’s like something
13:14
Duncan would know a lot about come on
13:18
man hey Dan why is that guy on the cover
13:20
your fucking partner where’s that goat
13:24
dude with with eagle-wing go dude oh
13:27
look guys creepies fuck with his
13:28
pentagram on his head houston I see you
13:34
capacity could soon be exceeded as kovat
13:37
19 hospital agents worsen command and
13:39
all the videos come out and it’s like
13:41
people and going to the hospitals and
13:44
there’s no lines that they’re trying to
13:46
make it out to be you know there’s a lot
13:47
of there’s a lot of fuckery going on
13:49
with this misinformation and that’s
13:52
there’s a little bit of the newest of
13:54
the newer but there’s also real shit
13:56
going on okay dr. Peter Hotez he’s been
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on the podcast before National School of
14:00
Tropical Medicine diseases Tropical
14:03
Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine
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he’s a brilliant guy yeah it says the
14:07
city of Houston which is known for its
14:09
medical schools has a large
14:11
concentration of beds and research
14:13
hospitals and whatnot and they’re very
14:14
close to running out of all of their ICU
14:16
beds he said he called on the state to
14:18
reimpose more aggressive social
14:20
distancing restrictions so he’s not a
14:22
he’s not a foolish person if he’s saying
14:24
this he’s a legit scientist and a doctor
14:27
and he knows a tremendous amount about
14:29
diseases I met him many many years ago
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