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May 16, 2023 38 mins

Partnering with another organization that's helping fight child trafficking within the country with founder and CEO Joe Sweeney. Failure to follow simple instructions. MOH p51 Mustang James Howell Howard. 

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Speaker 1 (00:11):
This is a Jesse Kelly Show, The Jesse Kelly Show,
another hour of The Jesse Kelly Show on a Monday.

Speaker 2 (00:22):
We're gonna get to some emails here shortly.

Speaker 1 (00:24):
But I can't do that now, now can we? Because
you know what time it is? Every single Monday, at
this time, we do something called Medal of Honor Monday
here on the Jesse Kelly Show. And here is what
it is. Every time somebody earns a medal of honor,
they do a write up, they describe what that person

(00:45):
did to earn the medal of honor, and they're.

Speaker 2 (00:49):
All available online.

Speaker 1 (00:50):
They're all available for free online, and so we just
take one every single Monday and.

Speaker 2 (00:56):
We read it. That's it.

Speaker 1 (00:58):
Sometimes we do a little history around it, but that's it. Why, Well,
you're mad about culture, and we talk a lot about culture,
from the beer ads to the cartoons to everything. Culture matters.
But culture is just what your society incentivize is and
what your society disincentivizes.

Speaker 2 (01:17):
That's all it is.

Speaker 1 (01:19):
Who do we hold up as heroes, Who do we
hold up as villains? These are the people we should admire.
We should talk about these men, We should talk about
their deeds. You can talk about them with your class
in school, if you're a teacher, Sunday school teacher, little
league coach, if you're a mother, if you're a father,
talk about them around the dinner table. It's not like

(01:39):
I earned any of these. Take the idea for yourself
and freaking run with it. This is the kind of
thing we need to do. This is the kind of
thing that shapes culture. They are constantly holding up the
evil people, are constantly holding up other evil people as
saints and someone to admire. Why don't we find our
good people and do it? Oh and remember, if you

(02:00):
have ones you like, ones you either are close to, family, friends,
just ones you enjoy reading about. Email and suggestions, we
take those as well. Was your love, hate, and death threats?
Email those into Jesse at Jesse kellyshow dot com.

Speaker 2 (02:15):
This one says.

Speaker 1 (02:16):
This is an email says dear B seventeen lover, as
an admirer of the World War Two and the Air Force,
he said, just like you are. I love your liking
for the B seventeen, even though my preference for bombers
is the B twenty nine. But that's something for another discussion.
I'd also like to bring your attention to the fact
that the bombing raids over Germany were saved by the

(02:37):
appearance of the B fifty one Mustang, since the raids
were almost canceled after the huge losses they suffered at
the hands of the LUFWAFFA fighters. The P fifty one
Mustang was the first fighter with enough range to escort
the bombers all the way to Germany and back. And
it's curious there is only one medal of honor granted

(02:57):
to a P fifty one Mustang pilot. The name was
James Howell Howard. He says best wishes to you and
your team. And I'm not gonna say his names. He
didn't say I could, So let's learn about this James
Howell Howard, US Army Air Corps. This was January eleventh,
nineteen forty.

Speaker 3 (03:18):
Four, Hey.

Speaker 4 (03:21):
Honoring those who went above and beyond Its Medal of
Honor Monday.

Speaker 1 (03:32):
For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity above and beyond the call
of duty in action with the enemy near Auschersleben, Germany,
on the eleventh of January nineteen forty four.

Speaker 2 (03:42):
What Chris.

Speaker 1 (03:44):
On that day, Colonel Howard was the leader of a
group of P fifty one aircraft providing support for a
heavy bomber formation on a long range mission deep in
enemy territory. As Colonel Howard's group met the bombers in
the target area, the bomber force was attacked by news
enemy fighters. Colonel Howard, with his group at once engaged

(04:04):
the enemy and himself destroyed a German Emmy one ten.
As a result of this attack, Colonel Howard lost contact
with his group and at once returned to the level
of the bomber formation. He then saw that the bombers
were being heavily attacked by enemy airplanes and that no
other friendly fighters were at hand. While Colonel Howard could

(04:26):
have waited to attempt to assemble his group before engaging
the enemy, he chose instead to attack single handedly a
formation of more than thirty German airplanes. With utter disregard
for his own safety. He immediately pressed home determined attacks
for some thirty minutes, during which time he destroyed three

(04:47):
enemy airplanes and probably destroyed and damaged others. Toward the
end of this engagement, three of his guns went out
of action, and his fuel supply was becoming dangerously low.
Despite these handicaps and the almost insuperable odds against him.
Colonel Howard continued his aggressive action in an attempt to

(05:07):
protect the bombers from numerous fighters. His skill, courage, and
intrepidity on this occasion set an example of heroism which
will be an inspiration to the US Armforce. You know,
I will tell you something. I have never claimed to

(05:27):
be a good father, and I love my sons. I
worry about the bad parts about me I've passed down
to them, but I want to be a good dad.
For all the other screw ups I've done in my life.
I want to be a good father. And I look
at my sons, oftentimes through the lens of these Medal

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of honor citations, meaning what do I have to do
to make my sons the kind of men that will
be alone in a fighter plane and look at thirty
German fighter planes and just step on the gas and say,
let's roll.

Speaker 2 (06:10):
How do you?

Speaker 1 (06:12):
How do you turn a young man into that? I
don't have the answer. I wish, I really really wish
I did. I wish I had the answer. But whatever
that is, whatever that is, man, I want that for
my sons. Think about that, Think about how insane that is.

(06:33):
Thirty fighter planes.

Speaker 2 (06:34):
I'm alone. Screw it, I'm not in trouble. They're the
ones in trouble.

Speaker 1 (06:40):
And yeah, like the guy mentioned the B twenty nine,
Remember the B seventeen was early in World War Two.
The B twenty nine was called the super Fortress. It
was a better plane in every way than the B seventeen,
which you could argue the B seventeen was kind of sorry.
B twenty nine had greater range, had a much, much

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much increased bomber capacity, could drop way more bombs, so
to be twenty nine was superior in every way. I
only liked to BE seventeen so much because it was
my first introduction when I was a child, a young child,
five or six years old. I remember playing with these toys.
It was my first introduction to a plane that had

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all these different people on it and had all these
different guns on it, and I was trying to wrap
my mind around this fact as a child. Wait a minute,
so there there are machine guns like sticking out everywhere
everywhere on the plane, and you can shoot them and
other plants. I still remember how bon away I was
by this, just the concept that something like that existed.

(07:44):
And yeah, he's right about the bombing campaigns. This is
something we talked a little bit about last week, so
I'm not gonna spend a lot of time on it now.
But these bombers, even with all the quote cool machine
guns I saw when I was a kid, bombers, no
matter how many machine guns they have, they just they're
so vulnerable to enemy fighters. Enemy fighters are just too

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fast and their guns, which are always on the front,
are too accurate, and you just can't you just can't
fight them off. And we had so many guys die
in the Eighth Air Force in World War Two trying
to bomb France, trying to bomb the German positions in France,
trying to bomb Germany. Because once that bomber formation, once

(08:30):
it lost the fighter escorts, because the fighters only had
so much fuel. It was like a big cow lumbering
along with lions all around it. That's really what it was.
It just there wasn't much you could do. We would
lose half these guys sometimes half imagine that the sending
out a group of them and half of them come
back home. It's crazy. The stories are bravery. I started

(08:54):
watching this weekend. The boys are old enough now we're
trying to introduce them to things that on television that
we think are providing good lessons or good historical examples.
And my oldest is starting to be a history freak.
I want to regret that. But we started watching Band
of Brothers with them this weekend. Obviously, the language is not.

Speaker 2 (09:14):
It's not great. It's a bunch of soldiers, so.

Speaker 1 (09:16):
You're gonna there are gonna be some some body words
in there. There are gonna be some words they're not
allowed to repeat, and obviously there's going to be violence
in there. But it's very authentic, very real, and it
kind of brought some of this stuff. Uh, it brought
some of it home. During one of the first episodes,
I forget which one was, I think the second episode
when they're flying in these guys, these paratroopers are flying

(09:38):
in the day before D Day to drop themselves at
night behind the enemy lines at Normandy, and you've got
a real great view of it in that show, all
the anti aircraft guns shooting up for below and then
the flak blowing up all around you. And just honestly,
I knew the story and I've seen Band of Brothers before,

(10:00):
and I found myself I was on the couch the
whole fan was on the couch and we were watching it.
I found myself wincing, thinking, oh gosh, get out of
the plane.

Speaker 2 (10:09):
Oh it just the thought of it, man.

Speaker 1 (10:11):
And that's what those Eighth Air Force guys went through
every single time they flew those missions. Man, it's crazy,
bravery crazy. All right, I haven't done any emails. I'm
about to do some serious emails and then don't forget.
About half hour from now, we have Joe Sweeney with
the A Servo Project coming on child Predators.

Speaker 2 (10:33):
Do you have kids? Are you a kid?

Speaker 1 (10:35):
Don't think that this is just for the kids on
the wrong side of the track. You need to stick
around and hear what Joe.

Speaker 2 (10:41):
Has to say.

Speaker 1 (10:41):
All right, about a half hour from now, get to
an email real quick. Here doctor Jesse coming down from
a massive Mother's Day high, he said, rasta, Chris knows
what I'm talking about anyway, said after taking one hundred
percent credit for your preborn gift idea. My mom met
me for dinner, bragging how now she was starting monthly

(11:01):
preborn donations and the name of my two recently deceased aunts.
He said. She lost both her sisters in the span
of eight months. And oh that's sad. If I had feelings,
it would have moved me to tears. He said, your
brilliant idea will live eternally in the names of my
aunts Brenda and Felicia. I would be honored if you
use their names. Man, I am honored, and I've fallen

(11:26):
in love with this campaign. You know, Preborn's providing these ultrasounds,
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You know it costs some twenty eight dollars. I love
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(11:48):
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Speaker 4 (11:56):
Fighting for your freedom every dayn the Jesse Kelly Show.

Speaker 2 (12:03):
It is the Jesse Kelly Show.

Speaker 1 (12:05):
And apparently we hear The Jesse Kelly Show are causing
some tensions in America's homes. And we will get to
that in a couple of minutes. We're gonna get to emails.
We got Joe with the Servo project coming. We still
have all kinds of juicy stuff. Tonight on the Jesse
Kelly Show. I'm about to say something, and I know
you're gonna get mad at me when I say it.

Speaker 2 (12:27):
I love Mondays. Shut up, Chris.

Speaker 1 (12:30):
I know everyone hates Mondays, and I understand that. But
what happens is on the weekend, I mostly walk away
from politics, like I tell you do every now and then.
I'll post a couple of things online, but I just
do other stuff on the weekend's family and everything. So
by the time Monday rulls around, I have all kinds
of stuff to say, and there's all kinds of stuff
that happened in the weekend, and I haven't had anything

(12:51):
to say. So Monday comes and I am that annoying
guy in the office you worked with one time.

Speaker 2 (12:57):
Yeah, baby, Monday so exciting. I'm that kind now, Gosh,
I hate myself.

Speaker 1 (13:05):
Now, let's talk about Friday, because there are there are
some things we have to discuss.

Speaker 2 (13:12):
Look, this is just you and me talking it. Just
do me.

Speaker 1 (13:15):
So let's have a discussion on Friday's show. Those who listen,
maybe some of you haven't podcasted it yet. Remember they
podcast every Every show is live on two hundred stations
across the country, but they podcast every show when it's done.
But Fridays are asked Doctor Jesse Fridays.

Speaker 3 (13:31):
You know that.

Speaker 2 (13:31):
I know that everyone knows that. Okay, we got it.

Speaker 3 (13:33):
We got it.

Speaker 1 (13:34):
On Friday, I did something I've never done before, and
I warned you I was going to do it on Thursday,
that I was going to take ask doctor Jesse questions
by phone. And I even said on Thursday, I said,
I know this is a mistake. Remember I told you,
I said, this is like dating a redhead. I know
it's a mistake, but I'm gonna do it anyway, and

(13:55):
then I'll hate myself for it afterwards.

Speaker 2 (13:57):
And that verbat them what I said on Thursday.

Speaker 1 (13:59):
It's what I said. And then Friday came around and
I repeat it again. I know this is going to
be a mistake. I know it is, but I'm going
to open up the phones to ask doctor Jesse Friday.
And you remember what I did. And Chris and Michael
can testify to this, and they're always against me. I
gave out specific instructions, Chris, Michael did I not give
out specific instruction That's right, Chris. Twice I told people

(14:21):
get right to the point. I told people, it's not
time for speeches. No speeches, Get on the phone, ask
a question. Get on the phone, ask a question. It's
not it's what I said several times right, and then
we were what an hour into the show, three strikes.
I cut everyone off, sent the phone screener home. I
got this email about it, Jesse. Every caller broke the rules.

(14:46):
How difficult is it to just ask a question? This
is more distressing than the state of the world. I
will never call your show and be the only one
to just ask a question. Okay, listen, there is something
that I actually learned. I want to credit boot camp
for this. Marine Corps boot Camp for this, and my sons,

(15:09):
if they're listening, I think they're studying tonight. But if
they're listening, they will already know what I'm about to say.
But it's something I took from Marine Corps boot camp
and I have made it as part of my parenting.
If you were a marine or a marine now, if
you're still in I realize you're always a marine. But
I don't know how recently they started doing this, maybe
they stopped, but there is something they start yelling at

(15:31):
you early on in boot camp and they will yell
at you over and over and over. That will beat
it into your head, and at first it's annoying, and
eventually you get it. You know what they yell at you,
failure to follow simple instructions. Failure to follow simple instructions,
over and over and over and over again. Failure to

(15:53):
follow simple instructions. And you would think it's not necessary, right,
because you're a smart person. You would think that when
I tell Chris, take the anti Communist Manifesto that's available
at Jesse kellybook dot com. Take this book and move
it to the kitchen, Michael, grab the bulls that are
in the sink and pay the maid to wash them.

(16:15):
Those are two very specific, simple instructions. I'm not telling
you that don't do that, guys, it's just an example
for radio. Those are very specific, very simple instructions. I
should a not have to repeat myself and be that
should be easy to follow, very simple, very clear, presented
in a clear fashion. But in boot camp they will

(16:38):
take three months beating that into you. Why because people
can't do it. People were not raised that way.

Speaker 2 (16:46):
They are not.

Speaker 1 (16:47):
It's astounding when you get in a big group environment
and you were assigned this, you have to do this,
you have to do that. How many people were given
simple instructions and cannot follow simple instructions? It is, It's amazing.
It's something about the human mind where it just blocks
certain things out. I don't know what it is, but
now I'll tell my sons it all the time. James,

(17:09):
go get me a Phillips head screwdriver so I can
do this. Luke, pick up the trash, put in that
cardboard box. Take the cardboard box of the garage. It
doesn't get done. They know exactly what I'm gonna be saying,
failure to follow simple instructions over and over and over again.

Speaker 2 (17:25):
Uh oh, we're causing tension in the home. Chris Jesse.

Speaker 1 (17:28):
My husband and I were practicing with Mantis X and
I told my husband.

Speaker 2 (17:32):
I will protect you.

Speaker 4 (17:34):
Oh.

Speaker 1 (17:35):
All my shots with the nine millimeter were dead center
and she puts laugh out loud. In there, ladies, I'm
gonna tell you something, And you know what a chauvinist
I am, right, but I'm gonna tell you something.

Speaker 2 (17:50):
Women.

Speaker 1 (17:51):
I think it's because they don't. I think it's because
they actually receive instruction better than men do. Onmanly things.
But women, women are really really good at accepting firearms instruction,
and they get really good fast. Women get better faster
than men do when they practice. I have seen this

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over and over and over and over and over again.
You can't back up a car to save your life,
but dagne, can you shoot? I've seen it over and
over again. But ladies, I'm glad you're practicing with your
Manta sex. I am glad you're doing this as a family.
I've twit you before. It's wonderful, fun, beneficial family time,
healthy for everybody, and good ladies. When you start out

(18:36):
shooting him, please don't brag about it. That's something the
wife would do. Oh, my wife would do that in
a heartbeat. Not only would she do it, Christ, she
would know it would get to me, so she'd bring
it up in front of other people out of nowhere too.
Oh like when I outshot you today on Manta sex.
Oh yeah, no, she would. She's that kind of person, Chris,

(18:58):
which I can't believe because I'm so kind and in giving,
and then she just will be be spiteful like that. Hey,
get your manti sex though, practice as a family practice
by yourself. You will watch yourself get good.

Speaker 2 (19:11):
You watch it.

Speaker 1 (19:12):
They keep track of your scores, putting you through drills.
You will get good without firing a shot. Practice in
the comfort of your home. Go to mantisx dot com
and get one man mantisx dot com.

Speaker 2 (19:25):
All right, hang on, this.

Speaker 4 (19:28):
Is the Jesse Kelly Show.

Speaker 1 (19:33):
It is the Jesse Kelly Show. And we are out
there trying to help people who need help.

Speaker 2 (19:38):
Correct. We all need a mission, all of us.

Speaker 1 (19:41):
You do. I do got a good one for you.
You ready for this one? Joining me now is my
friend Joe, Joe Sweeney. He is the founder of the
A Servo Project. Joe, it's not the Jesse Kelly Project.
It's the A Servo Project. So I'm gonna shut my
frigging mouth and let you tell people what it is
that you do.

Speaker 3 (20:02):
All right, Jesse, Hey, thanks good talking with your brother.
The ASERVO Project we're a anti human trafficking and child
exploitation organization. Several years back, we identified a gap with
law enforcement, with our colleagues and law enforcement of the
scope of this epidemic in some of the resources that
were needed. So we developed the model where we support

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law enforcement by having our cyber analytic group. They're online
looking for child predators, and what our job is is
to identify their real identity, locate them, and share this
information with law enforcement so we can actually save them
months of work, so they can actually turn that case
around and arrest and have a prosecution and conviction in

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a much shorter time to help what they overflow with
their cases. And we also educate the high school and
middle school kids jes thousands of kids so far this
year and last year on the dangers of online communication.
With these apps that they're on and all this social
media and tech that they're using. The kids don't realize

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that a lot of people that they're speaking to are
not who they think they are, and they're predatorial and
they're setting these kids up to try to exploit them
in any way they can. They try to identify their
vulnerabilities and then manipulate them into doing things they normally
wouldn't do.

Speaker 1 (21:26):
Joe, how widespread is this problem? I mean, I'm a father,
I got two sons. I live in the Houston area
of Texas, but I drive to and from work every day,
grocery store track practice on the weekends. I don't see
any human traffickers or child predators do.

Speaker 3 (21:43):
I, well, you know, they hide and plain sight. Jess Jesse.
It's it's one hundred and fifty billion dollar criminal enterprise global.
They estimate thirty five billion of that in the United
States alone is the sex trade. And that's not only
adults that's out there under the guides of prostitution. You know,

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eighty eighty five percent of these people were forced into that.
And that's not even touching the child predator piece. And
I just had a call today from a girl who
was actually stocked at a Walmart in Arkansas, and I
had met her before, and she told me this horrific
story and there were three people that were actually trailing

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her into the store. She was shopping for a gift
with her sister for Mother's Day. So, you know, we
did identify some things there, but you have to be
situationally aware. But most of this crime is online. It's
these predators taking advantage of social media, all these dating
platforms and gaming platforms as well, and they're manipulating these

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young people, these kids, these young adults they're on there,
they start to build this fake friendship with them, so
these kids they think they're friends with these people. After
two three months of gaming, and the next thing you know,
they sort of know what's bothering them or what's their stresses,
you know, dysfunctional families, what's wrong in their lives, and
then they start to promise them something better. And the

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next thing you know that they're sharing pictures of each other,
usually explicit, and the next thing you know, they're extorting
them or sex storting in for more photos, money or
to meet up. Otherwise they're going to share this information publicly.

Speaker 2 (23:24):
Joe.

Speaker 1 (23:24):
Again, we're speaking with Joe Sweeney. He is the founder
of a group I am behind a thousand percent, the
Servo Project. I want you to go support them. Joe,
can you explain to parents out there, because right now
there are a bunch of families that listen to the show,
which I love, and they're probably saying to themselves, at
least some of them, hey, I'm not worried about my
son my daughter. Yeah, they're online, they're on social media,

(23:47):
but I've raised them the right way and they know values,
they know right from wrong. Joe, are all the kids
who end up getting exploited here? Are they all just
kids on the fringes of society or do they have
a way to worm their way into normal kids lives.

Speaker 3 (24:03):
Yeah, the latter's true, Jesse. This epidemic does not discriminate.
It's every demographic, it's every economic class. It does not matter.
We've had several cases from very very solid families, faithful families,
financially secure, where their kids have been manipulated into doing

(24:25):
something they wouldn't do, like sharing these photos. We just
had a case three weeks ago where very smart young man.
I don't want to get too much into details because
it's sort of still wrapping up, but this young man
at fourteen years old, who was also taking coding classes
already at a university, and he basically in two and
a half weeks met these guys and they talked him

(24:47):
into running away from home straight a student sports a
little socially awkward, but they convinced them there's a better
life out there instead of this boring life that he had.
It attacks every I mean, i'd even say we have
more cases of middle class and upper class families from
that sort of demographic than we do the at risk

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it's about fifty to fifty I guess, so anybody could
anybody's vulnerable, anybody can be trafficked if they have a vulnerability,
or if they've made a mistake and done something that
can be extorted on, they flip the switch and the
next team that they got control of them.

Speaker 1 (25:23):
Joe, what do you say to parents out there listening
right now?

Speaker 2 (25:27):
And kids out there?

Speaker 1 (25:28):
We have a bunch of kids who listen to the show,
some without their parents. What do you say to people
who want to know more? Want to understand more about
this the dangers, the education of it, or people who
may be possibly going through this as a victim right now?
There might be a child, probably is a child or
several listening that's going through this.

Speaker 2 (25:47):
What can they do? Scared, don't know what's going on?
What can they do?

Speaker 3 (25:51):
Yeah, I tell you. They can get on our website.
We have a contact page there. The website is the
aservoproject dot org and fill it out. I get all
those The investigation team gets them as well. We'll follow
up with you and see what your situation is and
we can provide resources and some advice and get you
connected with the people you need to. We also have

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a tip line. You can leave a message on the
tip line. You can leave your name, we'll get back
to you or it can be anonymous if you're a
little concerned about sharing you know somebody in case you
think you know something going on in your community. And
that tip line is eight seven seven save nine niney four.
But the number is eight seven seven seven two eight

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three nine ninety four, and we respond to that tip
line within four to five hours. We can act on
it fairly quickly. We can get you to help you need,
and we'll be with you all the way to the end.

Speaker 1 (26:48):
Joe, this education you provide to middle schoolers to high schoolers.
Where can parents get their hands on that?

Speaker 3 (26:55):
I know.

Speaker 1 (26:55):
I'm grateful you do it. Praise God, you do do it.
I know you bounce around the country to various places.
Parents want this knowledge, parents want to protect their kids.
They don't know how to get it. How do they
get their hands on it?

Speaker 3 (27:05):
Yeah, reach out to us again on the site and
we'll be able to get you some links to some
other resources out there with some basic information and educational tips.
If they want us to come talk to their school,
let us know. We have to schedule it fairly out
in advance because of the number of requests, but we've
already done them. In South Carolina, We've got a request
in Colorado a little bit of a cost. They're nothing crazy.

(27:30):
We'll get out there and we'll talk to your school.
We'll get some people out there. It really stands you
up a nice program to continually reinforce your students of
what's going on there. We have a Q and a
piece with it where the kids they actually have them
right on cards, so it's anonymous at the end, and
they're sharing their experiences like listen, I've already shared photos
and videos. What do I do? Who do I talk to?

(27:51):
I'm afraid you know, sometimes I hate to say it, Jesse,
but sometimes it's within the family confines. So you know,
we're there to help them, and you know, the content
at the schools have been great. They really know their
students and we're just a partner there to help facilitate
whatever help they need.

Speaker 2 (28:08):
Yeah, they're definitely coming to my kid's school, Joe.

Speaker 1 (28:11):
If people want to support you, and I want people
to support the Servo project, this is something we will
be digging in permanently on this show.

Speaker 2 (28:19):
How can they do it? What do they do? What
do you need?

Speaker 3 (28:22):
Well, certainly support is probably the number one. We have
a lot of volunteers but you know, we need to
get some continuity here. On our website, there's a donate page.
We have a couple campaigns. We have a fourteen dollars
a month campaign where the average child to be trafficked
in the United States is fourteen years old, so we

(28:43):
have a fourteen dollars a month campaign. If you get
on there, it's reoccurring, and that fourteen dollars a month
gets split. Half goes to the operations section where they're
identifying predators online and the investigations team out there doing
surveillance if we need to the other half goes directly
to the education piece to get it in front of
more kids. We also have one called double the Donations,

(29:05):
where businesses can get behind us with a match if
they put their business on there if they're not already
on that giving platform like we have some it's every
employee donates a buck a pay or two bucks a
pay and the employer will match that. And it's about
the masses, right. We can all participate at this level
to make the difference, and we really look forward to

(29:27):
teaming up with your listeners and everybody else. You know,
we really really have a lot going on here and
we really could use the support.

Speaker 1 (29:36):
Vi aservoproject dot org. Please go support this group. Let's
go save some kids. Joe, I appreciate you very much,
my brother, please keep going.

Speaker 2 (29:44):
We need you.

Speaker 3 (29:45):
Thank you, Jesse, we appreciate it. And God bless you
and all your listeners too.

Speaker 1 (29:51):
Man, maybe it's just because I'm a dad that stuff
scares me to death. Just think about my boys, all right,
all right, hey, go support if you can also support yourself.
Support yourself by becoming healthier than you are now. I
need to be healthier than I am now. I'm not

(30:11):
pointing any fingers. I'm not the model of health here.
Part of the reason I started a male vitality stack
from Chalk a year ago was I became aware of
the fact that I'm not getting all the things I
need from just my food. I need supplements, but I
don't want big pharma crap I don't want.

Speaker 2 (30:31):
I don't want garbage.

Speaker 1 (30:32):
I want natural. You know, I'm a big believer in natural.
I don't like a bunch of medicines and things like that. Man,
you start taking a male vitality stack from Chalk, you
don't have to get your blood work done to see
that you're doing better.

Speaker 3 (30:45):
Now.

Speaker 1 (30:46):
You'll see that too. You'll know it in just a
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Speaker 4 (31:06):
The Jesse Kelly Show.

Speaker 2 (31:08):
It is the Jesse Kelly Show. Chris, turn that off?

Speaker 3 (31:12):
What is that?

Speaker 1 (31:15):
I like Rob Zombie just fine, Not when he's massacrering
an American song. What don't Oh my gosh, that was terrible.
I need some kind of cleanser for my ears. It's
the Jesse Kelly Show, and I'm gonna I've still gotta
get to all this Miller light stuff and Barack Obama.

Speaker 2 (31:32):
Gosh, I can't stand Obama and get to some emails.
But you know, it's wild.

Speaker 1 (31:37):
I didn't even give out the phone number and people
are calling into the show, and there's some guy on
the line that sounds awesome about his grandfather and tail
gutting and be twenty nine. You know what I'm going
to him. We're just rolling the dice.

Speaker 2 (31:50):
Screw it eight.

Speaker 1 (31:51):
Seven seven three seven seven four three seven three David
Jersey crap. I don't think I pressed the number right, David,
are you there?

Speaker 2 (32:01):
I didn't do it right.

Speaker 1 (32:02):
Hang on, David, wait, Chris, come fix this button thing.

Speaker 2 (32:06):
Chris is coming to fix it. David.

Speaker 1 (32:08):
Don't go anywhere, Michael where Chris probably screwed something up
somewhere along the way. All right, quit, let's get back
to stuff that we were talking about earlier. I've been
trying to get a hold of David, but he's not
I'm screwing something up. Anyway, we were talking earlier. This
is way earlier in the show about how we point
out the hypocrisy of things the FBI, New York and

(32:31):
things like that. Well, remember, the hypocrisy is the point
one hypocrisy, pointing it out to them. Remember, it doesn't
mean anything to the communist, That's all conservatism has been
my whole life.

Speaker 2 (32:43):
Well can you.

Speaker 1 (32:44):
Imagine if a Republican did that, as if, as if
the communist has any moral any moral common ground with you.
He doesn't care about being a communist or being a hypocrite.
He's a religious seller. That doesn't mean anything to him.
It would mean something to you, So you think it
would mean something to him. It means nothing to him.

(33:04):
His hypocrisy means nothing whatsoever. That's one two. The fact
that there are two different standards and you're seeing it now,
that's half the point.

Speaker 2 (33:18):
Like we've talked about before. Look, we'll go back to
the COVID stuff.

Speaker 1 (33:22):
Remember they kept getting quote caught violating their own COVID
rules because they wanted you to catch them. It was
all these mayors and governors, and they're always out in public.
Remember that mayor of San Francisco, what's her name?

Speaker 2 (33:41):
Like, can't forget London breed. She was at a bar.

Speaker 1 (33:45):
It's not like she was photographed sneaking in the back
door of her friend's house to have a beer. She
was at a bar, at the table of like ten people.
Of course she knew she was gonna get caught. And
remember what she said when she was asked about I
remember what she said.

Speaker 4 (34:01):
I got up and started dancing because I was feeling
the spirit.

Speaker 1 (34:07):
Does that sound like an apology to you, No, you're.

Speaker 2 (34:11):
The peasant with the FBI stuff.

Speaker 1 (34:14):
Yes, you your.

Speaker 2 (34:17):
Held the standards peasant me. I need you to know
that I'm a ruler and therefore the rules I get
to break.

Speaker 1 (34:25):
I want you to watch me break them. That's why
they do what they do, all right. I have to
hear about this be twenty nine thing, uh, David and Jersey.

Speaker 3 (34:35):
Go Hey, I saw Doug Sattel Siittel on Google. When
you hear Trump say you can't have those two items
unless you get out. I have two digital recorders.

Speaker 1 (34:45):
I don't know what's going on there, but that certainly
was not something that was going to happen here on
the Jesse Kelly Show.

Speaker 2 (34:50):
So that strike one.

Speaker 1 (34:54):
Eight seven seven three seven seven four three seven three.
I I can't guarantee you there will be three strikes
allowed tonight. Especially. Look I still have PTSD from Friday.
Don't test me, all right, don't test me tonight. Now
let's go to this Miller Lite thing and other stuff.
Oh oh, by the way, you really need to get

(35:18):
some gold in your hands or silver in your hands.
Nearly six and ten small business owners are saying there's
a chance they're closing the doors. You understand that small
businesses are half of the American economy, right, so sixty
percent of half the economy is closing down. We are

(35:41):
heading out. I told you what Peter Shift told me
last week. He's the guy who predicted the two thousand
and eight recession. He told me last week, you know,
I've been telling you there's going to be a great
depression coming. And Peter was talking about how bad everything was,
and I asked, Peter, I said, so, I've been saying
there's a great depression coming.

Speaker 2 (35:58):
What do you think about that?

Speaker 1 (35:59):
And I was half expecting him to say, well, I'm
not sure about that, or or I could see that
being right, kind of giving one of those answers. You
know what Peter Schiff told me, one of these economic experts.
You know what he told me. He said, Oh, I
think it'll be worse than the Great Depression. I said,
I'm sorry, what? And he went on to explain about
how the world is moving off of the dollar, how

(36:19):
that will change America in ways that will change everyone's
standard of living in ways you can't possibly imagine. Do
you have gold and silver yet in your four to
one k in your ira? Do you have it in
your physical possession? Call eight three three nine nine five
gold eight three three nine nine five gold and get

(36:39):
Oxford on it. They will take care of it. They
will make it easy, I promise, all right. Eight three
three nine ninety five gold. Now let's have a talk,
a practical talk to every business manager, business owner, CEO,
anyone in charge of the hiring and firing this country.

Speaker 2 (37:01):
I needed to pay attention to me.

Speaker 1 (37:03):
And even if you're a normy norm kind of non political,
I need you to pay attention to this and understand
that what I'm about to say, you don't even have
to take it as being political. I want you to
take it as being good business. This is good business.
You know, bud Light just got in a lot of
trouble for doing the whole training on a bud Light
can thing. And when I say trouble, we're talking the

(37:25):
sales down thirty percent, billillions of dollars lost by this
point in time. Well right after that, Miller Light came
out with this doozy today.

Speaker 5 (37:36):
Here's a little known fact. Women were among the very
first to brew beer ever, from Mesopotamia to the Middle
Ages to colonial America, women were the ones doing the brewing.
Centuries later, How did the industry pay homage to the
founding mothers of beer? They put us in bikinis. Wow, wild,

(37:56):
it's time beer made it up to women. So today
miller Light is on a mission clean up. Not just
there's the whole beer industry. Miller Light has been scouring
the internet for all this and buying it.

Speaker 1 (38:07):
Yeah yeah, yeah yeah. You got all the cussing that
I am woman hearing me roar stuff. Today Miller Lite
is getting it both barrels. So how could a company
that sells beer to dudes who watch football on Sunday
be so tone deaf that they put something out like
this in the wake of the bud Light thing. You businessmen,

(38:27):
you ready, let's talk
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