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May 28, 2024 9 mins

We went around the room and fired off what we would eat to get really fat quickly. Also, some of our CA doctors aren't qualified due to DEI. 

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
This is a queer fat club.

Speaker 2 (00:03):
I'm queer and fat.

Speaker 3 (00:04):
Okay, thank you for joining. We're just introducing ourselves at
the moment. Okay, do you want to go ahead and
introduce yourself?

Speaker 2 (00:12):
Joe, Yeah, my name is Joe, I go by hey Day,
and I identify as two hundred and seventy five pounds.

Speaker 1 (00:19):
Okay, okay, I feel like.

Speaker 2 (00:21):
Jays kind of making fun of me, though. I know
it's kind of a shock, I know, kind of a
new thing.

Speaker 1 (00:25):
I said, I apologize. I know you're good. Are you
comfortable leaving the group at the moment?

Speaker 4 (00:31):
Why why?

Speaker 1 (00:32):
I'm not understanding why you're joining the group.

Speaker 2 (00:35):
This is the queer in fat group now, yeah, yeah, yeah,
that's what I came here for.

Speaker 1 (00:41):
Okay.

Speaker 3 (00:42):
And you said you identify as fat? Yeah, okay, this
is just for fat bodied people.

Speaker 2 (00:49):
Yeah, I understand, I identify as a fat bodied person.

Speaker 1 (00:52):
I'm not understanding where you're coming from.

Speaker 2 (00:54):
Are you guys comfortable with me here? I mean, I'm
pretty chill on my end.

Speaker 1 (00:57):
I'm not comfortable now.

Speaker 4 (01:00):
I feel about that.

Speaker 5 (01:01):
You seem like some troubled women are trying to make
their lives better by getting on their.

Speaker 6 (01:05):
Zoom call by reinforcing their delusions with each other, and
a truth teller comes in and points.

Speaker 4 (01:11):
Out how delusional all of this is. He is doing
them a favor.

Speaker 6 (01:15):
He is speeding their return to sanity, if indeed it occurs.
Identify again. Identifying as fatter than you are. As odd
as that notion is, it's certainly more reasonable than identifying
as a woman. If you're a man, you give me
a weekend, I can be two hundred and seventy five pounds.

(01:38):
That might take more than that, but I could easily
be that fat. There's no chance I'll ever be a woman.
No matter what surgeries or hormones are introduced, I will
never ever be a woman. I would suggest that he
is much closer to sanity than they are.

Speaker 5 (01:51):
If your goal was to hit two seventy five as
fast as possible, what would be your go to food?

Speaker 6 (01:59):
It's gotta be obviously caloric content plus enjoyment, because I'm
gonna have to eat a hell of a lot of it.
It's gonna be heavy on pizza certainly. Oh yeah, pasta.
I love pasta as well, and quite a bit of
a key lime and lemon merangue pie. I think one

(02:19):
of the keys to my reaching that lofty weight.

Speaker 4 (02:23):
And just for the record, I.

Speaker 6 (02:25):
Weigh one hundred and ninety seven and ninety eight pounds.

Speaker 4 (02:29):
Gaining that eighty pounds or so.

Speaker 6 (02:32):
The key I think would be dessert, like a big
slice of pie after every lunch, every dinner.

Speaker 4 (02:39):
Katie, your goal is to be two hundred and seventy
five pounds. What do you eat?

Speaker 7 (02:43):
Oh, I'm eating in and out for breakfast, lunch, and dinner,
followed by sushi because those are my two favorite things
on the planet.

Speaker 4 (02:50):
Oh and then like your style.

Speaker 7 (02:52):
Cheesecake factory has the atoms peanut, butter, fudge, ripple cheesecake,
and I would smash an entire one of those.

Speaker 4 (03:00):
Oh you're missing out, okay one.

Speaker 6 (03:04):
I would also if every time I got thirsty in
the summertime, instead of reaching.

Speaker 5 (03:08):
For water.

Speaker 6 (03:11):
A milkshake, I routinely quench my thirst with milkshake.

Speaker 4 (03:16):
Man, I'm hot and thirsty, drink a milkshake.

Speaker 6 (03:20):
That sounds terrible.

Speaker 5 (03:21):
I think I'd go pancakes till noon, then pizza afternoon
every day.

Speaker 4 (03:25):
Oh yeah, first half of the day pancakes, second half
of the day pizza pie.

Speaker 7 (03:29):
W How you just went straight to syrup for a drink.
Next level.

Speaker 5 (03:36):
Okay, well I'm gonna make myself horribly unhealthy and I'll
need a doctor. And what I've been saying the whole
show is, next time you have any sort of you're
an emergency room, say where'd you go to school? If
they say UCLA and it was anytime like after what
twenty twenty one, I think you're better off having your
brother in law tend to you, even if they're not

(03:57):
a doctor.

Speaker 6 (03:58):
Yeah, most of us did not realize that UCLA Medical
School had become like the uber champion of DEI admissions.
They had hired this DEI expert to help with their
emissions policies, and she's also the head of DEI of
the anesthesiology or something at UCLA Medical Center. But evidently

(04:20):
she went hardcore. We want diversity over qualifications. And UCLA,
which admits one point three percent of its applicants, I
think every year it's an incredibly lofty and exclusive well
it was. Medical school is now admitted so many people
for reasons of diversity and not competence that, according to

(04:42):
insiders who are coming forward, they believe half of their
classes are incapable of passing the very basic standards of
where they are in medical school.

Speaker 4 (04:52):
Half.

Speaker 6 (04:54):
If you had ten percent, that would speak to well,
I don't know. Medical school is pretty challenging, but I
mean you have to think, wow, we're losing ten percent
are students they just can't hack it. We need to
do better in admissions. It's about half according to one expert.
But they're passing them, that's the problem. Oh yeah, yeah,

(05:15):
oh yeah, absolutely, they're passing them. They're keeping them, they're
inflating their grades or removing all of the standards, and
it's shocking. Jennifer Lucero is the name of this DEEI cultist,
and there's a description of a conference call where it
came time for the admissions committee to consider one such
student in twenty one, a black applicant with grades and

(05:36):
tests of course far below the UCLA average. Some members
of the committee felt this particular candidate was not a
good fit for the top year medical school. Jennifer Lucero
exploded in anger. Did you not know African American women
are dying at a higher rate than everybody else. The
candidate scores shouldn't matter, she continued, because we need people

(05:58):
like this in medical school. That's insiders and professors and
doctors and members of the board coming out and saying,
the people we are churning out cannot practice medicine.

Speaker 4 (06:11):
They are terrible.

Speaker 5 (06:13):
That is insanem You presented a stat or a problem
that doesn't have anything to do with your remedy.

Speaker 6 (06:24):
Right, yeah, yeah, I wouldn't normally talk to a reporter
or UCLA faculty member said, but there's no way to
stop this without embarrassing the medical school. Wow, yeah, yeah,
it is absolutely crazy. One professor that has said a
student in the operating room could not identify a major

(06:44):
artery when asked, then berated the professor for putting her
on the spot. Another said that students at the end
of their clinical rotations don't know basic lab tests and
in some cases are unable to present patients. I don't
know how some of these students are going to be
junior doctors, the professor said. Faculty or seeing a shocking
decline and knowledge of medical knowledge of medical students.

Speaker 5 (07:08):
And then so if you have DEI medical schools doing that,
and then DEI centered hospitals hiring, they won't.

Speaker 6 (07:19):
Care, no, no, and people will die, many, many people
will die. And then sane human beings who have been
utterly unaware of how far this is gone will react
with absolutely appropriate horror and anger, which is one of

(07:42):
the reasons I'm so enthused about trying to spread the
word about this stuff, how far it's gone, and how
insane it is, because when the rubber meets the road,
and that's when your relatives is dead and you're putting
them in the ground or having them cremated because they
had an incompetent doctor from UCLA. If it gets to
that point, the horror of it is too much.

Speaker 4 (08:04):
To take in.

Speaker 6 (08:06):
We've got to try to, you know, nip this in
the butt as quickly as possible. But if you ever
have doubted about how nutty this cult is, this cult
of DEI, they're willing to churn out patently incompetent doctors
to get the right quotas.

Speaker 4 (08:26):
That is just it's hard for me to wrap my
head around.

Speaker 6 (08:29):
And it's worth mentioning that it's not like they've got
you know, I mentioned that they admit a tiny percentage
of the people who apply. It's not like everybody being
admitted is qualified. They're just picking a certain number of black,
Hispanic whatever to be doctors because they believe in that. No,
a lot of the people they're admitting are wildly unqualified

(08:50):
to be in UCLA Medical School, but DEI is more
important than competence in doctors, which I again, if you're
like new to this stuff and you're thinking, listen to
Joe Getty. He is a paranoid, tinfoil hat wearing right
wing conspiracist. I wish I was more effective at convincing
people like this imaginary person who's haranguing me, because this

(09:13):
stuff is so important and it is undeniable, undeniable that
every word of this is true.

Speaker 5 (09:21):
Yeah, And the fact that these insiders are coming forward
to publications to say this when they're probably you know,
I mean, if you're on the board or whatever you
CLA medical school, you're probably a lefty already.

Speaker 6 (09:37):
One professor said, UCLA still produces some very good graduates,
but a third to a half of the medical school
is incredibly unqualified.
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