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Speaker 1 (00:01):
We have got some breaking news now that Russian warships
including a nuclear submarine, missile frigate and other ships are
apparently going to arrive. They are on their way to
Cuba as we speak. Three Russian Navy ships, it's now

(00:23):
being confirmed, and a nuclear powered submarine will arrive at
the port of Havana for an official visit next week,
the Cuban Armed Forces said in a statement confirming the
military exercise first disclosed by US officials. The Cuban Revolutionary
Army Forces said the Russian missile frigate the Admiral Gorshkov,

(00:44):
the nuclear sub Khazan, and the oil tanker Pashin, as
well as the salvage tug known as Chaker, will arrive
on June twelfth and quote stay for a week. The
Cuban military said the visit by the Russian Navy ships
as part of a quote friendly relationship between the two countries,

(01:05):
and also they say it complies with international law and
does not pose a security threat to the region because
none of the ships carry nuclear weapons quote unquote.

Speaker 2 (01:16):
A US official.

Speaker 1 (01:18):
Said on Wednesday that the exercise are expected to include
heightened naval, air and navy naval and air activity near
the United States involving both Russian aircraft and combat naval vessels,
the first coordinated air and sea exercises by Russian the
Western hemisphere in the last five years.

Speaker 2 (01:40):
Quote.

Speaker 1 (01:40):
While we are disappointed that Cuba has likely agreed to
host visiting Russian ships, we are not surprised, the official said.
One of the ships is a nuclear powered submarine. The
official said that the US intelligence community assays it is
not carrying nuclear weapons and poses quote no direct threat
to the national security of the United States of America.

(02:00):
Yeah right, sure, I believe you. Administration officials suspect that
Cuba approved the Russian port call, at least in part
over an instant last year in which a US nuclear
submarine docked at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, angering the Cubans.
The US officials said, saying, quote we are not surprised
by its given Russia by it, given Russia's long history

(02:22):
of Cuban port calls. These are routine naval visits that
are part of Russian military exercises, which have ratchet up
because of US support for Ukraine and exercise activity and
support of our NATO allies. The warships, they say, are
part of the Russian Navy Northern Fleet and departed on
May seventeenth on quote a long voyage to demonstrate the

(02:45):
Russian flag and insure naval presence in important areas of
the distant oceanic zone, the Russian government said in an
official statement to their government news agency on Thursday. According
to the task report, the Admiral Gorshkov Frigate held an
artillery fire exercise at an air target in the Atlantic Ocean.

(03:09):
The ship fired the AKA one twenty nine m artillery
complex and anti aircraft missiles at a mitigated air target.
The report says the Worship Worship joined the Navy in
twenty eighteen. It was updated to carry hypersonic cruise missiles,
a new complex, expensive missile recently developed by Russia. The

(03:30):
Kazan submarine also joined the fleet recently in twenty twenty
one and can carry long range precision missiles capable of
destroying land, sea and underwater targets. The report also states
the Cuban government did not mention military exercise and statement,
but he highlighted the cultural activities, saying during their stay,

(03:53):
the Russian sailors will carry out a program of activities
and include courtesy visits to the Chief of the Revolutionary
War Navy and the Gun of Havana. They will also
visit places of historical and cultural interests in their press release. Now,
according to the US Navy Institute, Russian submarines have been
visiting Cuban port since nineteen sixty nine. Russian spy ships

(04:15):
have been spotted on announced at the port of Havana
on several occasions, including ahead of Russia's invasion of Crimea
in twenty fourteen, just days before the US Cuban talks
in Havana in fifteen, and on March the eighteenth, the
Russians Navy's training class ship sailed into Havana. In July,

(04:39):
they say, of last year, so that is again what
we have.

Speaker 2 (04:43):
But this is.

Speaker 1 (04:44):
Russia's best warships coming very close to the United States
of America, including this nuclear submarine with their best weaponry
that is non nuclear, apparently on board Russia. And this
coming from their newsagent. And see they say, we'll begin
air and naval exercises in the Caribbean next week. According

(05:05):
to Cuban and US government officials. The exercises, they say,
and this is their own words, involved the three Russian
navy ships and a nuclear powered submarine which will arrive
June twelfth. Cuban officials said the visits is just part
of the friendly relationships and they're excited to be hosting them.

(05:25):
So there you have it, ratcheting things up. When America
is weak, others act out. This is another example of that.
It's very clear that this is something they are excited
about and they believe is important moving forward. I say important,
and the reason why I say it's important is because

(05:46):
they're testing whether it's Chinese spy balloons coming over. That's
an example number one of some of the major problems
that we have here. That spy balloon that was able
to go across the entire country use our cell towers
apparently to transmit data, and we're able to sit over
our military sites and grab data was one of the

(06:09):
most disgusting and weak displays by the President of the
United States of America. I also think it just shows
how compromise the president is by China because the money
that he's taken from China, the millions and millions of dollars,
and that compromise is obviously very real. Now, you also
did another story and that was another story of the

(06:31):
arrogance of Tony Fauci. Representative Winstrip went on Fox Business
this morning, and I want you to hear what she
had to say about Fauci's testimony to Congress yesterday.

Speaker 3 (06:43):
It's right there in black and white, and I want
to ask you about consequences. I spoke with Kentucky Senator
Ran Paul on Sunday and here's what he said.

Speaker 4 (06:51):
Watch this.

Speaker 5 (06:52):
Our investigation has confirmed that he did indeed lie. He
committed a fellonyme. He said that they did not fund
that the NIH did not fund aina function dangerous research
in China. We now know that to be untrue. It
was a massive cover up from the very beginning. There
was a behind the scenes effort to change the opinion
of people. Many of the Fauci colleagues all believed that

(07:13):
the virus did come from the lab, but then all
evidence was then covered up. They began using burner phones,
they began using couriers. They said, we can't do things electronically.
I can take things by hand to his house.

Speaker 3 (07:25):
Doctor Fauci knew all along that they were doing this
gain of function research, and he says, oh, well, I
think it's natural.

Speaker 5 (07:32):
I mean, really, we have the private emails where he
and everyone in his inner circle was saying, oh my goodness,
we've looked at the genetic sequence and it looks to
be manipulated. It looks to be a creation of a lab.
And then they do the opposite. A few weeks later,
Anthony Fauci gets up in the White House of the
podium and he quotes a scientific paper to prove that
scientists believe this came from nature. But he didn't tell

(07:55):
people that he commissioned and edited the paper.

Speaker 3 (08:00):
So caution, what about all of that? Now he claims
he never said anything like that. He said he never
called it a conspiracy, and he's trying to say that
his fingerprints are nowhere near any gain a function funding.

Speaker 6 (08:12):
Well, you know, as you said, we have recorded interviews
and video where he has said just the opposite, and
so it's a matter of putting those things together. And look,
doctor Morin said in his emails that Tony uses Gmail too.
I can contact Tony on his Gmail, or I can
just walk right into his office, or I can.

Speaker 5 (08:33):
Go to his house.

Speaker 6 (08:34):
So we have asked for doctor Fauci's gmails, and I
think it's important that we get them. Yesterday he said, no,
I never did any official business on my Gmail. Well,
we're going to try and find out, just as we
did with doctor Morons.

Speaker 3 (08:48):
So where does this go now?

Speaker 6 (08:49):
Then, well, you know we were going to take this further.
We aren't finished with either of them as we as
we dig into this. As far as any criminal liability,
I think there's a case to be made. Doctor Paul
was pointing that out, and we may be making some
criminal referrals to the Department of Justice. I'm not sure
that we can always trust that, but that's the responsibility

(09:10):
we have.

Speaker 7 (09:10):
But I'll tell you the other thing.

Speaker 6 (09:11):
Part of our job in this committee is to come
forward with a path forward, and part of what we
are going to be doing is making recommendations that there
is criminal liability when the things that took place under
doctor Fauci's watching NIAID come with criminal liability and they'll
be spelled out in law. We saw this with Phiza

(09:32):
Court and we made those changes with our pis reform.

Speaker 1 (09:35):
Fauci saying, hey, I didn't use a burner email or
anything else. We have the evidence that he is lying.
We have the evidence to clearly show that he is lying,
and Yet doctor Fauci is going to I have no
doubt at all he is going to get away with this.
And the reason why it's very simple, because he's part

(09:58):
of the machine. Representative Winstrip on Fauci claiming he always
considered lab leak of possibility, he said, very queerly, No.

Speaker 2 (10:07):
You did not. You did not. That is a lie.

Speaker 3 (10:12):
Well, no accountability whatsoever. He appears to be living on
another universe here. He doesn't remember any of the times
he said that it was a conspiracy. We've got it
all on tape, that he tried to make us believe
that he believed that it was natural, when in fact
he's in emails talking about the likelihood of the lab leak,
so he knows that we were funding the gain of

(10:34):
function research. Was he being paid by the vaccine makers
as he was pushing the vaccine on.

Speaker 6 (10:38):
All of us, Well that's yet to be determined, but
there certainly were royalties. But you brought up another thing,
you know, as he testified yesterday, he says, oh, I
always considered lab leak as a possibility. Well, no, you
did not, publicly, not publicly, you did not. We find
in the internal emails that only through our investigation that yes,

(10:59):
you worked king about it and you knew it was
a possibility. You but you went on the White House
lawn knowing that it could be from the lab, that
it could be engineered, and you claimed it came from nature,
and you waved a paper written by scientists that you
put together to create this process, to create this paper,
and they even said that our focus is to disprove

(11:21):
the lab leak theory. Now, come on, America is not stupid.

Speaker 1 (11:26):
America is not stupid. I want to play for you.
One of those moments, marg Leae Taylor Green made it
very clear that she was not going to take it.
And when I say not going to take it, there's
a lot of back and forth. And marg Lea Taylor
Green told Fauchi to his face that he belongs in prison.

(11:47):
She also wouldn't refer to him as doctor Fuci because
he helped coordinate experiments where beagle dogs had their faces
eaten off by bugs, saying he is an evil tyrant
and now the whole country is seeing it.

Speaker 2 (12:02):
Listen to this.

Speaker 8 (12:03):
Do you represent science, mister Fauci.

Speaker 9 (12:06):
I am a scientist who uses the scientific method to
gain information.

Speaker 2 (12:10):
Yes, no, yes or no no?

Speaker 9 (12:11):
That's not a yes and no.

Speaker 8 (12:13):
Yes, it's a yes or no. I don't think it
is okay, Well, we'll take that as a you don't
know what you represent. Oh I, but this as director
of the NIH you did sign off on these so
called scientific experiments, and as a dog lover, I want
to tell you this is disgusting and evil what you
signed off on. And these experiments that happened to beagles

(12:34):
paid for by the American taxpayer. And I want you
to know Americans don't pay their taxes for animals to
be tortured like this. So the type of science that
you are representing, mister Fauci, is abhorrent. You confess that
you made up the COVID rules, including six feet social
distancing and masking of children.

Speaker 9 (12:55):
I never said I made anything else.

Speaker 8 (12:56):
You admitted that you made up.

Speaker 2 (12:57):
You made it up. I made it up?

Speaker 8 (13:00):
Though, Are you saying this is fake news? Miss?

Speaker 9 (13:01):
I have to say I made anything up?

Speaker 7 (13:04):
What did you say?

Speaker 9 (13:05):
I said that it is not based in science and
it just appeared.

Speaker 8 (13:09):
But this is science and making up guidelines like six
feet distancing and masking of children. Do you think that's appropriate?
Do the American people deserve to be abused like that,
mister Fauci, because you're not doctor. You're mister Fauci in
my few minutes. No, I don't need your answer. That
man does not deserve to have a license. As a
matter of fact, it should be revoked, and he belongs

(13:30):
into rison. Here you are without your mask, where you
got to go and enjoy the game and sit right
next to people not following the six feet of distancing,
not wearing your mask, and everyone else was forced to
stay home and stop enjoying life.

Speaker 2 (13:46):
And your science.

Speaker 8 (13:47):
Here your science is displayed perfectly in this picture where children,
children in school were put in plastic bubbles because of
your science, pulsive, evil science. And let's go back to
your very own email you said earlier you don't use email.

Speaker 2 (14:05):
Oh you do right here.

Speaker 8 (14:07):
This is your own email where you said the typical
mask you buy in the drug store is not really
effective in keeping out virus. I do not recommend that
you wear a mask. This is your email, this is
your own words. But yet children, children all over America
were forced to wear masks. Healthy children forced to wear masks,

(14:29):
muzzled in their schools, and then they were forced to
learn from home because if your so called science and
your medical suggestions, while you and all your cronies get
paid from big pharma. You know what this committee should
be doing. We should be recommending you to be prosecuted.
We should be writing a criminal referral because you should

(14:50):
be prosecuted for crimes against humanity. You belong in prison,
doctor Fauci.

Speaker 1 (15:00):
I will tell you I'm not always a fan of
Marjorie terror Green, but what she had to say there
and showing him what he did to this country, knowing
the NIH scientists made seven one hundred and ten million
in royalties from drug makers, the fact that they tried
to hide, they tried to hide it, folks, they tried

(15:25):
to hide that they made seven one hundred and ten
million dollars.

Speaker 2 (15:34):
They tried to hide that.

Speaker 1 (15:36):
Green is absolutely correct in the way that she described this.
Green was right to say it the way she said it.
And again I don't always like her style full disclosure,
I really don't, but on this one I do. And
when you witness and watch what's happening here, it is

(15:57):
incredibly sad and also disgusting to know that we have
the most the highest paid individual in our government who
was making it up as he went, I'll give you
another example of this. There was an explosive exchange between
doctor Fauci and Congressman Rich McCormick. Rich McCormick, so you understand,

(16:21):
is a medical doctor who treated patients during COVID, but
he was censored for pointing out the science. Now this
is a doctor taking on doctor Fauci. Listen carefully to
how this went down.

Speaker 10 (16:35):
You said in an interview that you gave as part
of an audiobook written by Michael Specter that you believed
in institutional should make it hard for people to live
their lives so they'd feel pressured to get vaccinated. Can
we run the audio clip on that please?

Speaker 7 (16:51):
Do you think can be done about it?

Speaker 11 (16:53):
I have to say that I don't see a big
solution other than some sort of mandatory vaccination.

Speaker 7 (16:59):
I know federal officials don't like to use that term.

Speaker 9 (17:02):
Once people feel empowered and protected, legally, you were going
to have schools, universities, and college is going to say
you want to come to this college, buddy, You're going
to get vaccinated. Lady, You're going to get vaccinated. Big
corporations like Amazon and Facebook and all of those others
are going to say you want to work for us

(17:23):
to get vaccinated, and it's been proven that when you
make it difficult.

Speaker 7 (17:29):
For people in their lives, they lose their.

Speaker 9 (17:32):
Ideological bulleit and they get vaccinated.

Speaker 10 (17:35):
The only politicians, only bloggers, only conspiracy theorists are disagreeing
with you. I want to point out that I'm pibly
the only member of Congress that actually treat patients during
the pandemic from the very beginning to the very end
of the pandemic during night shifts in the er thousands
of patients during that time, and in twenty twenty, I
was censored. My medical license was threatened because I disagreed

(17:57):
with bureaucrats literally taking off the Internet as a person
who is treating patients with leading edge technologies, developing theories,
but doing my very best, but being censored by the
United States government for the first time stepping in and
taking the place of medical professionals as the experts in healthcare.

(18:19):
Any dissent surrounding COVID nineteen treatments, mass mandates, and any
public policy surrounding the pandemic was immediate labeled as anti science.
I watched as public health officials and politicians told my
patients what treatment options were best for them, regardless of
their combobidities or their medical history. Despite my education and
my training and my experience, my opinions were relegated to

(18:42):
conspiracy and misinformation by so called health care experts who
had never treated a patient throughout the entire pandemic. This
has been a black eye in the medicine and as
highlighted why government should never never insert itself in between
patients and their health care providers. The American people deserve

(19:03):
to make medical decisions through conversations with their physicians rather
than politically motivated mandates. Doctor Fauci, did you ever treat
a patient for COVID during the pandemic?

Speaker 9 (19:14):
I was part of a team that was at the
NIAH that took care.

Speaker 10 (19:17):
We didn't take care of many of them because so
not hands on, got it?

Speaker 7 (19:20):
Thank you?

Speaker 10 (19:22):
Why would I be criticized by a bureaucrat for doing
my very best as a healthcare This is a rhetorical question,
But why why would the government who has never treated
a patient for COVID? You can read all the things
you want, but you're not there. You're not seeing patient're
not watching people die. In debating patients.

Speaker 1 (19:41):
Right there, doctor Fauci being held accountable for much of
what he had to say and much of what he
did while he was the NIH director before Congress. And
I say, how accountab atleast he's being asked about it.
It doesn't actually mean that something's going to change. It
doesn't mean he's going to be indicted for a lying
to Congress. What it does mean is he's clearly being exposed.

(20:04):
I want you to hear part of what he had
to say when a doctor, a congressman, who is a
doctor a congressman, and I know Rich McCormick, a medical
doctor who actually treated patients during COVID, but was centered
for pointing out the science.

Speaker 2 (20:22):
This is what he told Fauci to his face.

Speaker 10 (20:25):
My opinions were relegated to conspiracy misinformation by so called
healthcare experts who had never treated a patient throughout the
entire pandemic. This has been a black eye in the
medicine and has highlighted why government should never never insert
itself in between patients and their health care providers. The

(20:45):
American people deserve to make medical decisions through conversations with
their physicians, rather.

Speaker 2 (20:50):
Than politically motivated mandates.

Speaker 7 (20:54):
Doctor Fauci.

Speaker 10 (20:54):
Did you ever treat a patient for COVID during the pandemic.

Speaker 9 (20:58):
I was part of a team that was at the
NIAH that took care.

Speaker 2 (21:01):
We didn't take care of many of them in case.

Speaker 10 (21:03):
So not hands on, got it? Thank you? Why would
I be criticized by a bureaucrat for doing my very
best as a healthcare This is a rhetorical question, But
why why would the government who has never treated a
patient for COVID? You can read all the things you want,
but you're not there. You're not seeing patient. You're not
watching people die, intubating patients right there with that disease

(21:27):
in your face, watching it happen, watching the development of
this disease, and actually learning from it. But I'm being
told by bureaucrats what's right and wrong, And what's funny
is everything I was censored on I.

Speaker 2 (21:38):
Was proven to be right.

Speaker 10 (21:41):
Pretty crazy, isn't it. You said in an interview that
you gave as part of an audiobook written by Michael
Specter that you believed an institutional should make it hard
for people to live their lives so they'd feel pressured
to get vaccinated. Can we run the audio clip on
that police.

Speaker 7 (21:59):
Do you think and be done about it? I have
to say that I.

Speaker 11 (22:02):
Don't see a big solution other than some sort of
mandatory vaccination. I know federal officials don't like to use
that term.

Speaker 9 (22:10):
Once people feel empowered and protected legally, you are going
to have schools, universities, and college is going to say
you want to come to this college, buddy, You're going.

Speaker 7 (22:21):
To get vaccinated. Lady, you're going to get vaccinated. Yeah.

Speaker 9 (22:24):
Big corporations like Amazon and Facebook and all of those
others are going to say, you want to work for.

Speaker 7 (22:31):
Us to get vaccinated. And it's been proven that when.

Speaker 9 (22:35):
You make it difficult for people in their lives, they
lose their ideological bullshit and.

Speaker 7 (22:42):
They get vaccinated. Thank you.

Speaker 10 (22:45):
Are all objections to COVID vaccinations ideological bullshit? Doctor Pacci, No,
they're not, And thank you not what I was referring to. Well,
in reference to making it hard for people to get education, traveling, working,
I'd say it very much was in context, and I
take great offense to this. Miss Allison Williams testified before

(23:07):
this committee about losing her job because she sought an
exemption for ESPN's vaccine mandate, which came from recommendation from
bureaucrats like yourself. She and her husband were actively working
with a fertility expert, a physician on how to get
pregnant and agreed with the premise that she was young, healthy,
wanted to get pregnant, and shouldn't get the vaccination for

(23:28):
medical purposes. But she was fired because you made it hard,
just like you said in your statement, because you didn't
want to make sure that the ideological bullet got in
the way of her working, of living her life, of
making a medical decision with her healthcare professional. I think
America should take great offense this. That's exactly what you
meant when you said making it hard for people to

(23:50):
live without getting a vaccination. You affected people's ability to work, travel,
be educated, to actually flourish in American size to self
de determin has well given God given rights. Shame on you,
doctor Bouche. You've become doctor fear. Americans do not hate science.

(24:10):
I don't hate science. The American people hate having their
freedoms taken from them. You inspired and created fear through
mass mandates, school closures, vaccine mandates that have destroyed the
American people's trust in our public health institutions. This fear
you created will continue to have ripple effects over generations come.

(24:31):
You have already seen its effects in education, in the economy,
and everything else.

Speaker 1 (24:36):
I mean, you listen to that doctor. I couldn't agree
more with what he had to say. That doctor's like,
why did you do this? Why on earth did you
decide to do what you did? And the answer is
actually very simple, because he was a dictator and a tyrant.
He was the most highly paid individual in our government

(25:01):
who had been untested in society, flying under the radar screen,
putting out all these mandates. And then he became powerful
and became drunk on that power, and became famous and
became the center of the university the United States of America.
This guy was more powerful, I would argue in the
president of the United States of America, because whatever he said,

(25:21):
we did. And then we find out he was just
making it all up. He's admitted, yeah, I made up
the six foot rule, Yeah, I made it up. Was
a Bason science. Now, I made up the mass mandates.
I made up the shutting down the churches. I made
it up, the shutting down of the schools. I made
it all up, every bit of it.

Speaker 2 (25:40):
I made up. Every bit of it I made up.

Speaker 1 (25:47):
So if you want to know how the left thinks
you should be treated if you criticize the president United
States of America, specifically, if you were a talk show host,
that would be me. Jimmy Kimmel, on the reelection of
Donald Trump asked a question to Kamala Harris about people

(26:08):
like me and how the government should silence people like
me that are talk show hohs, especially if we make
fun of Joe Biden for his incompetency or you know,
cognitive decline. Kama Harris on the reelect tour on Jimmy Kimmel.

Speaker 2 (26:26):
Listen to this. This is not a spoof, it's real Trump.

Speaker 4 (26:34):
He has made it pretty plain that he's planning to
go after his enemies or whatever you want to call them,
should he be re elected. Realistically, like, what can a
president do to say a talk show host that has
been making fun of him.

Speaker 5 (26:51):
For a like?

Speaker 4 (26:52):
What can he actually do to oh like for example, me?

Speaker 12 (26:58):
Oh, I mean again, in all serious system, I mean
your right to bring this up. He has been very
clear he intends to weaponize the Department of Justice against
his political enemies. He admires dictators and says he'll be
a dictator.

Speaker 7 (27:12):
On day one.

Speaker 12 (27:14):
He talks about being proud of the fact that as
of today, our daughter, for example, has fewer rights in
terms of her reproductive freedoms than my mother in law.
And so these are very much the issues that are
at play about what's at.

Speaker 4 (27:28):
State when you talk about weaponizing the justice system. Of course,
whatever he does, he accused it. It's just it's classic projection.
He'll say you're doing it when he's doing it or
he intends.

Speaker 7 (27:39):
To do it.

Speaker 4 (27:40):
Why if President Biden has weaponized the justice system, why
doesn't he get his son out of the trial? Hunter
is currently on trial. Couldn't he just snap his weaponized
fingers and get him right out of that?

Speaker 12 (27:56):
To your point, the former press is a hypocrite and
will apply one set of standards to himself.

Speaker 4 (28:09):
To other because he was born a hypocrite. I mean,
he puts the hippo and hypocrite.

Speaker 6 (28:14):
Okay.

Speaker 4 (28:14):
What I will find hard to swallow is like, I mean, listen,
these are not bad people, people who support him. They're
getting misinformation. But how they don't see through this, Like
how they don't like look at this and go wait,
wait a minute. That makes no sense.

Speaker 12 (28:34):
I think, what when I travel the country, I'll tell
you what people talk with me about. They talk about
the fact that they need affordable healthcare. A lot of
people talk to me about debt and that they need
to have relief from things like medical debt, something we've
been working on. Do you know that our administration has
now made it so that medical debt cannot be included

(28:54):
in your credit score? That's great, But medical debt, which
is the result usually if in a medical emergency, has
nothing to do with whether you're financially responding.

Speaker 1 (29:07):
I mean, if if this doesn't show the disdain and
the media and and late night, I mean, you hear
this like they have for Donald Trump.

Speaker 2 (29:17):
They you heard it there.

Speaker 1 (29:19):
Jimmy Kill was like, I don't blame these people. They're
basically referring to Trump voters. So he's very he's referring
to half America. They're just too stupid, right, Like they're
just too stupid. Now, he was asking her, by the way,
about the Trump trial.

Speaker 4 (29:37):
Listen to this, how do you get that information rapidly?

Speaker 2 (29:42):
Are you watching TV?

Speaker 7 (29:44):
Are you?

Speaker 4 (29:44):
Are you somebody somebody relaying this to you?

Speaker 12 (29:47):
Well, that kind of new is usually it's a combination
of you know, there are TVs everywhere I am if
I'm in the office, and then folks come in.

Speaker 4 (29:54):
And are the people in the room pretending to not
be happy or how does that go?

Speaker 12 (30:00):
I mean, in all seriousness, Yeah, just to kind of
really levels that. Let's think about this. A jury of
twelve people peers, over the course of six weeks, deliberated
on the evidence in facts, and unanimously determined guilt thirty

(30:21):
four fallon accounts.

Speaker 5 (30:25):
There was a defense.

Speaker 12 (30:25):
Attorney who actively participated in selecting that jury, who actively
made decisions about witnesses to call witnesses to cross examined,
and the jury made their decision. And you know, I
think that the reality is cheaters don't like getting caught.

Speaker 3 (30:44):
And being held accountable.

Speaker 12 (30:50):
But you know the reality is, let's just fast forward
to again November. I think the American.

Speaker 1 (30:56):
I love how this is the conversation they're having. Meanwhile,
there's real problems in the world. Now they're obsessed with
US Trump supporters. Did you know that the US embassy
in Lebanon was attacked by gunman? You think he asked
about that question? Yes, the US Embassy in Beirut Lebanon

(31:20):
was attacked. Biden's weakness abroad is real. It's putting American
lives at risk. And this happened, and they're talking about
how much the Trump supporters suck and how Donald Trump's
trial was somehow totally legitimate and fair.

Speaker 13 (31:38):
One of the shooters was killed in another gunman, Assyrian
national was shot and captured. A third is still on
the loose. The US embassy and Beaute posting on social
media that their team is safe and investigations are underway
alongside Lebanese law enforcement.

Speaker 1 (31:55):
Yeah, that's what's happening in the world, and they're making
fun of Trump supporters today. Please make sure you share
this podcast everywhere you can on social media, and I
will see you back here tomorrow
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