FBI Raids Trump Mar-a-Lago Estate & IRS Hires Special Agents to Use Deadly Force
In this week's episode we discuss the recent raid of former president Donald Trumps Mar-A-Lago estate for stolen classified documents. We also discuss the recent moral high ground people are taking to protect "MAPS". We also take a deep dive into the IRS potentially doubling in size after a recent bill passed the senate which was immediately followed by a job posting stating that the IRS position would require carrying a firearm and the use of deadly force. Subscribe and leave a 5-star review! ----more---- Our website Protect your family and support the Red Pill Revolution Podcast with Affordable Life Insurance. This is attached to my license and not a third-party ad! Go to now! 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So we might as well talk about it. so on episode number 39 of the red pill revolution podcast, we are going to discuss 86,852 new IRS employees now to be hired after a bill passed the Senate. And on the back of that, the IRS posted literally today posted a job posting, talking about hiring, essentially IRS agents who are willing to pick up a weapon and use deadly force. I wonder what type of tax of agent warrants, the IRS murdering us citizens . So we will discuss that. We are also going to jump into the, obviously the Mar Lago Trump situation, Trump, this. Was rated by the FBI. So we will discuss what happened. Uh, we'll also discuss who signed off on this and, uh, some of the comments that some famous people talked about and kind of my thoughts on it. So we'll discuss all of that and more today. But before we do that, the first thing I need you to do is go ahead and hit that five star review button hit that subscribe button. It would mean the world to me. 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Red pill revolution started out with me realizing everything that I knew, everything that I believed, everything I interpreted about my life is through the lens of the information I was spoon fed as a child, religion, politics, history, conspiracies, Hollywood medicine, money, food, all of it, everything we know was tactfully written to influence your decisions and your view on reality by those in power. Now I'm on a mission, a mission to retrain and reeducate myself to find the true reality of what is behind that curtain. And I'm taking your ass with me. Welcome to the revolution. All right. So the very first thing that we were gonna discuss was a bill was passed hiring, allowing the hire of 87,000 new IRS agents who are going to come after everyday citizens, swarming every little deduction that you have ever taken in your entire life. Uh, now this is, and if you realize how many people actually work at the IRS currently, it's about half of this. So they just doubled their working force and in the attempt to recoup and reclaim all of the money that they have frivolously spent in Ukraine. . So I wonder if you take the, I don't know what the number is at this point, like $80 billion or so that we've sent to Ukraine. Um, I wonder how much of. Uh, IRS attempt is now not only in an attempt like, so they're not only spending your tax hours, frivol frivolously, they're hiring, uh, or they're sending it to a war that we're not a part of. And then to fund their overspending and the inflation that they've caused themselves. They're now going to go back and recheck your taxes. You know, the taxes that they already spent on everything they've wanted to spend, uh, by hiring and doubling their working force to do so now that's not as crazy as the next topic that we're gonna discuss, which is absolutely a part of this topic, which is, you know, we already kind of talked about with the, I. Having job postings talking about deadly force. Uh, but let's go ahead and read this article about the 86,852 new IRS agents. It goes on to say that you've probably heard Republicans say the inflation reduction act. The massive spending bill with just passed by Senate Democrats, including provisions to hire 87,000 new internal revenue service agents. The number seems too big to believe the I, the IRS currently just has 93,654 employees, according to the office of personnel management. By the way, this article is coming from the town hall. Uh, now it goes on to say that why would Congress in one bill increase the IRS workforce by something like 92%? It doesn't seem possible that math does not add up anyways. It certainly doesn't seem wise. It's not wise, but it is possible. And that's why, what 50 Senate Democrats, along with the tie breaking vice president Kamala Harris. I wish I could do a good impression of her laugh um, did, when they passed the inflation reduction act, which gives roughly 80 billion to the IRS now, and, uh, 2031, the name inflation reduction act was a RO to convince gullible voters that Democrats are actually doing something about inflation. If you were curious where this, this, uh, news articles, uh, bias lies, the bill itself is made of expensive climate measures. Plus prescription drug provisions, tax increases in initiative to increase IRS enforcement. The inflation inflation, the inflation reduction act is the slim down version of the even more massive build back better bill. Interesting. I did not know that. Which failed earlier this year, due to the opposition of democratic Senator Joe mansion, we know a lot about the IRS provisions of the new bill, because the same provisions were in the build back better plan, which the administration extensively promoted, you know, the build back better plan. That was basically the ideation coming off of the book written by clause Schwab himself, you know, the, the true evil, uh, puppet master. It says that's where the 87,000 figure comes from in May, 2021. The treasury department produced a 22 page analysis of build back better. And in supporting tables, the documents had, the bill would add 86,852, or, uh, full-time equivalent employees to the IRS between now and the year 2031 do a little rounding. And there's the 87,000. Interesting. So I had no idea that this was approx, just a smaller ideation of the original built back, better plan. And if you don't know about that, I'm pretty sure. I'm actually positive that that whole idea of build back better comes from the world economic forum. 100%. They had a whole like, uh, a whole meeting where all the world leaders came together, talking about the build back better plan, according to Claus, Schwab, I guess my K Schwab is maybe a little bit better than Kamala Harris, but probably a little bit closer. Toula um, although you're probably not too far off with Kro and Dracula anyways. Um, so I find that to be somewhat concerning right now. There's a clip here that's been circulating about Peter Ducey, uh, where he discusses, um, why they may be doing so in the concerns about the 87,000 people. And it's at the back of it, we'll actually watch it on the backs of one of the clips that we're looking at, discussing the FBI rate of Donald Trump. Because it's kind of like a really end snippet during the white house, press secretary discussion on that. Uh, but what she says is that they're only going to go after people who make more than $400,000 a year. And now this article actually talks about that. And that is what they consider to be upper class, not middle class. So they're going to be going after people who make more than $400,000 a year, and nobody under that line. Now she goes on in that same discussion to call them taxi VAERS and tax. I don't know what the word she was, but it was somewhat venomous term to describe everyday people who are literally just trying to fill out bullshit forms so they can pay your salary dummy anyways, uh, Pretty crazy, but not as crazy as the next one. The next one that we're going to discuss here is what they immediately did. Following this bill being passed by the Senate, they immediately posted a job posting. So everybody's already wildly upset by the fact that the IRS is more than likely going to audit, basically everybody in the United States now, um, as a result of this, you know, according to them only people who make over $400,000 a year, but obviously that's not actually going to be the case. 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I wonder why. When you have a bunch of nerds sitting there using Excel spreadsheets all day now holding AR 15 assault rifles, looking to kill everyday citizens because you , you deducted a, a lunch meeting when, you know, there's a secret agent sitting there with earpiece and listening, and then all of a sudden pulls a gun on you and shoots you in the head because they know that wasn't the proper deduction. I could just almost, I can imagine the amount of skits that you can make off of this. Um, but there's probably a lot, right? I'll just, let's, let's go with, um, instead of double oh seven, it's gonna be, you know, agent 10 99. I don't know. There's so many, so much good material in this. Um, but you'll let the comedians work that out themselves. Uh, so this is wild. So I'll read this article a little bit for you. Um, I don't, I wanna shy away from reading too much, uh, because I have some shit to say myself. Um, but this goes on to say that even before Congress and president Joe Biden give the final, okay. For the IRS to hire 87,000 more agents. Uh, and again, that's a good thing is that this bill still has yet to pass Congress or Joe Biden. Um, so we still have a chance to not, you know, maybe potentially get killed by IRS agents, which would be a positive, uh, but, um, the final, okay. For the IRS bill to hire 87,000 more agents and the 80 billion package, the tax agency is revealing a priority job category that could get first dibs on the huge budget expansion on its job page listing of vacancies for special agents at the IRS to be placed around the country to root out financial fraud. But these are opening more than just financial experts. They will also be armed among the requirements listed is to carry a firearm and be willing to use deadly force for the I R S. If necessary. It says when, when I'm sorry, when is it necessary for anything to do with financial obligations, filling out tax forms for an IRS agent agent 10 99 to, to be carrying any type of weapon and perhaps rating houses, just like the FBI just did to Donald Trump. I can only imagine what they're gonna be doing here, but it's quite concerning. And, and if you don't know, the IRS has been purchasing millions of dollars of ammunition over the last several years. Millions of dollars. Now I wonder where that money came from. Oh yeah. The IRS is spending your tax dollars buying ammunition so they can arm themselves to go raid your homes and then kill you as a result of going into your home to figure out how much money you didn't pay them for them to pay themselves, to buy more ammunition, to kill more Americans. What the fuck kind of weird clown mirror multiverse. Did I end up in where the IRS is hiring special agents to use deadly force? I don't know. I made, if you've seen the movie, if you, if you haven't seen the movie, I guess it's, uh, everywhere all the time. Something like that. Every place, I don't know. Probably one of my favorite movies that's come out in the last five years. Um, it's like everywhere all the time. I don't know something like that. Um, go check it out. Cause that movie is incredible. It just it's actually ironically written by the same people who write the, uh, Marvel movies, where the multiverse is such a consistent topic. But it's a, it's quite interesting to see how they actually go about the multiverse situation and, and to see those sprinkles of the multiverse be like riddled into our entertainment, uh, is quite interesting too. It's something I'm interested in researching further and doing a full episode on, because I think the multiverse theory is quite an interesting one. Um, but I definitely made a wrong decision somewhere to end up in the multiverse where all of this wild stuff is happening. and apparently so did you, so I'm sorry that we made these bad decisions together so the article goes on to. That among the job requirements listed, it is to carry a firearm and be willing to use deadly force if necessary, special agents who can be placed around the nation and the world have an interesting job. According to the IRS description, they are financial analysts and armed officers ready for a shootout. Um, there was a tweet listed by Ford Fisher who I believe started was the biggest tweet, uh, that kind of started this, eh, maybe not the biggest one, but it was a part of it. Um, getting into something what, where people found to be interesting enough for it to circulate this way. And it was directly from the IRS website and it says some of these standards that the individuals have to conform to in order to operate under this, you know, agent 10 99 is to adhere to the highest standards of conduct, especially in maintaining honesty and integrity work a minimum of 50 hours a week, which may include irregular hours and be on. 24 7, including holidays and weekends. Keep in mind, this job is like $55,000 a year to 70,000 potentially. So not only are you overworking, you're underpaid, you're on call. Like you're a medical surgeon and you're carrying a firearm willing to use deadly force, like your double oh seven . Um, and then it also says be willing to able to participate in arrests, execution of search warrants and other dangerous assignments. Now he goes on to say that they will combine accounting skills with law enforcement skills to investigate financial crimes, all income earned, both legal and illegal has the potential of becoming involved in these crimes, which fall within the investigative jurisdictions of the IRS criminal investigation. And this is from their website, which talks about the criminal investigation, uh, branch of the IRS. and it says, who are we? The criminal investigation is the law enforcement branch of the IRS. Our mission is to serve the American public. You mean shoot them in their house for forgetting to deduct something properly anyways, to serve the American public asterisks by investigating potential criminal violations of the internal revenue code and related to financial crimes in a manner that fosters confidence in the tax system and compliance with the law. As a special agent, you will combine your accounting skills with law enforcement skills to investigate financial crimes. Special agents are duly sworn law enforcement officers who are trained to follow the money. Ooh, cool statement IRS, no matter what the source all income earned, both legal and illegal has potential becoming involved in these crimes with fallen within the investigative services. He goes on to tweet that while the newly hired feds are required to carry a firearm and be willing to use deadly force, the government adds the criminal investigation. Special agents are a part of a diverse workforce that. Mirrors the tax paying public, we serve. Interesting. Um, and also here's a interesting article which backs up my former claim about the, all of the ammunition they've been buying between March 1st and June 20 or June 1st, 2021. The criminal division of the IRS has ordered seven or $696,000 in an ammunition. And the IRS told verify in an email in 2018, the report, the IRS showed it to generally spend $675,000 on ammunition a year in the previous seven years. So in a single year, they spend as much as they did in seven years. So what, how crazy is that? And if you don't know, like the cost of ammunition, it's about, you know, depending on what you're shooting is about. Uh, I don't know when I. Ammunition was about a, well, I never bought ammunition. Um, but uh, last time I didn't buy ammunition. It was about a dollar round for like 5, 5, 6, a little bit more for blackout rounds. Uh, nine millimeter. I mean it all falls falls generally around that nine millimeter can be a little bit more expensive. So if you take that, obviously they're buying it in bulk pretty big bulk, um, that $675,000 or $700,000 in a year amounts to about just let's go easy dummy math, about $700,000 worth of rounds more because they're buying it in bulk. What in the hell is the IRS doing with $700,000 and are 700,000 rounds of ammunition? What, what in the world could they be? What type of operations is the IRS conducting or are they just stockpiling this? So when Biden inflation continues to occur that eventually they can come after everyday citizens who disagree with them, audit them. Kick down their door. And if you don't comply with them and fill out your tax forms properly, they're gonna shoot you in the head. And that, uh, article about that came from verify this.com sounds super legitimate. it's like one of those fact checking websites, maybe. Um, I know, um, so pretty wild. The fact that the IRS is looking to hire special agents to conduct raids on every day. Citizens we'll see where it goes from here, but I think this, I legitimately think this stuff's about to get pretty wild over the next, I don't know, five to seven years or so. Um, we'll see, you know, just seeing how much damage has occurred in the last 365 days. I don't know how long, you know, since the presidency occurred, how much inflation has occurred, how how much gas prices have gone up, how much food prices have gone up. Um, and we'll actually look at some of these, uh, discussions here in a second about that. Um, In the Peter Ducey questionings here. but the next topic that we are going to discuss is going to be, there's better clip that's been circulating and I've tried to just shy away from these topics. Like I said, in the last episode, like my stuff is just like so far shadow band to beyond oblivion on like Instagram. I have 50,000 followers, 200 people see my story. Um, so I would always appreciate it if you share my stuff, it's literally the only way that my stuff gets out. Um, all social channels are red pill revolt, uh, pretty easy to find backup channels. Uh, just two Ts on the back end. Um, so anyways, uh, I don't know where I was going with that. Oh yeah, yeah. Yeah. I've been trying to get away from the topic of discussing like the trans the, you know, but there's one that really sticks out to me. That's bothersome. And it's the situation that we're seeing. There's a TikTok video. That's been going around a, um, some weird type of sex therapist talking about maps. And if you don't know what a map is. You do, you just don't cushion the title because you see them for what they are. So let's go ahead and watch this video. We'll see what this woman has to say about it. And then we will discuss it as always. And here we go, folks. My name is Miranda. I use she her pronouns and I'm a licensed professional counselor and sex therapist in Erie, Pennsylvania. And today I wanna talk about minor attracted persons, and I want to talk about minor attracted persons because they are probably the most vilified population of folks in our culture. And most folks are making incorrect assumptions about them without actually knowing much about them. Yeah, the assumption is that they're pedophiles. There's no wrong assumptions there. If you are a. You are a minor attracted person. You are somebody who is interested in minors sexually. Maybe we should. You know, I, I, I've been really hating the label of murderer lately. We just call them individuals who like to end lives. And the acronym is I L E L I LS are the new ones that we're going to protect individuals who like to end lives. I am so sick of everybody in the world, just hating on the, I LS the individuals who end lives. It is the, one of the most outrageous things that everybody wants to jump on. The backs of these. I LS the fact that you want to call out these people who end lives. They, they don't control that they have these urges to kill people. They don't have, they don't control that at all. Just like I like to go on walks. They like to murder people. There's nothing wrong with that urge. Now we just need to stop this right now. We need to stop it in its tracks, because if we don't stop this right now, the I LS of the world, whereas you call them murderers. They're gonna feel bad about themselves. Oh, poor. I LS. What could we do? Everybody's assuming they're bad people. They're not bad people. They just have urges to kill people anyways, and those assumptions create harm for an already marginalized population. You may have noticed that I'm using the term minor, attracted persons, sometimes abbreviated to maps instead of the more commonly used term pedophile. And I'm doing this because the term pedophile has moved from being a diagnostic label, to being a judgemental, hurtful insult that we H at people in order to harm them or slander them. I also prefer person first language that recognizes that any label we might apply to a person is only part of who they are and doesn't represent everything that they are. Yeah. It just talks about the part of who they are that wants to sexually assault minors who cannot consent, what kind of mental gymnastics. And I think that last analogy pretty much sums it up of how ridiculous this is. Nobody's marginalizing this group. This group is literally people who want to sexually assault children and children cannot consent. If you wanna argue the fact that people should be able to do this. You're wildly, obviously you're you are in that class of individuals. Otherwise you wouldn't be arguing that, but you have to understand too. There's like this movement behind there, there literally is. If you're saying there's not watch this video, watch this individual, who's trying to do mental gymnastics and play these PC games and trying to, and that's what I've said all along. It's the whole reason for the acronym, right? The ABC, the FGS of the world. Eventually the plus turns into a M there's going to be an M on there. Eventually if enough people like this don't seek don't get enough resistance immediately by the general public. This woman is literally sitting here protecting, and I guarantee you, I guarantee you with every fiber of my being that this woman does not have children guaranteed. This woman does not have children because this woman's sitting there literally thinking through the idea of her being the pedophile. And wanting to defend the pedophile, not the child, not the innocent individual who cannot defend themselves, not the in innocent individual. Who's not allowed to be advertised to legally because the implications of them not being able to realize when somebody is trying to take advantage of them for profit, literally there's advertising laws against advertising the minors. You wanna know why, because they're not fully developed and they cannot reasonably understand when somebody is trying to take advantage of them for profit. So if you can't reasonably advertise to somebody who's under 18 specifically, why should you be able to take advantage of them sexually? It blows my mind that this woman she's has a bald head. Still know, she's a woman, , she's a woman. This woman is sitting here and especially trying to like speak immediately, starts her sentence with a, um, with a, uh, figure of authority, right. She tries to present herself as I'm a licensed sex therapist and, and somebody who, you know, whatever bullshit a, you know, uh, she, she tried to claim herself to be as, as a person who knows better than you, who calls people, pedophiles, pedophiles, right? Just it's just a label. It's only a part of who they are that likes to sexually assault minors. It's, it's so crazy to me, so wild to me. And I think that like I L E L scenario, like just perfectly sums it up. If you wanna say that it's just part of who they are that they wanna murder. They have this internal urge to snap a neck from somebody beside them. like, where do we, where do we draw the line here? If we're not gonna draw the line that literally, if you go to jail, if you go to jail, The only class of, of criminal, not murderers, not the worst of the tax of the world, that the IRS is going after the people who the incarcerated individuals. And we'll talk about that in a second, because that's wild too. New York just decided to change the name of inmate to incarcerated individuals. Um, but when you go to jail, the only class of individual who is looked at as the scum, the scum of the jail is the pedophile. You're the ones that you are going to literally probably get your ass kicked over and over and over and over again, because you're the worst of the worst of the worst of the inmates that are in there. And they hate you for the actions that you did to the citizens or the children. That you conducted them on. And this lady, this licensed sex therapist has the audacity to sit in a public forum, put out this video and believe that she was in the moral high ground for protecting individuals who want to sexually assault minors. That's where we're at. That's the multiverse that me and you find ourselves in today when we took a left turn, because we chose to eat a hot dog instead of a hamburger like seven years ago. Um, it's, it's so crazy. We're halfway through the clip. So we'll watch the rest of it. Here. We are all people first with many different facets or parts of ourselves. And this includes folks who are attracted to minor. So to start with, let's talk about what a minor attracted person is or who they are. This term simply means that the person has an enduring sexual or romantic attraction to minors. They've not chosen this attraction just as the rest of us have not chosen whatever our attraction is. You don't get to choose to be heterosexual or to be gay or, or whatever you are. And you don't get to choose to be a minor attracted person. Some minor attracted persons are attracted to a specific age range of minors while some are not. And some minor attracted persons are exclusively attracted to minors and are not attracted to adults at all. Some minor attracted persons are also attracted to adults. Wow. Thank you for that riveting discussion. And the clarification as to what a pedophile is. We know we're well aware of what a pedophile is. We've known this for millennia. What a pedophile is, didn't change my opinion on what a, that we should be out here, singing praises and doing parades for the maps of the world. Now you should probably still get your ass kicked in prison for doing horrific things to children, not changing my opinion on that. So I don't know. It's, it's, it's so crazy to me that this woman gets on there speaking from her moral high ground and thinks that people want to hear this, like thinks that she's like defending the, the, you know, individuals of the world who need to be defended. No, they don't need to be defended. They're predators who prey on children because they're sick in the head. Just the same way that. Somebody who murders somebody. It's just a facet of who they are. It's a small part of them likes to slit people's throats. You know, they're a dad, they're a husband, they're a, they're a brother. They, they like to play basketball on the weekends. And some nights after 11:00 PM for approximately 20 to 25 minutes, they also like to murder people. we shouldn't, we shouldn't, you know, be mad at them for that. It's just an urge that they feel inside of them to do so crazy. It, it, I, I literally cannot say anything more about that besides the fact that that woman needs to lose whatever license she claims to have. If she actually has one or needs one for the profession that she's in, because she's obviously just as insane as the individuals that she feels the need to. All right. Now, the next thing that we're going to discuss is going to be the biggest topic of discussion, which has been. on everybody's mind recently, which is probably a wild indication of where our nation is going or not our nation, but the governmental agencies that claim to protect us. Um, so let's just jump into it. Donald Trump's Malago estate got rated by the FBI in a situation that has never happened in the history of the United States. The FBI has never rated a former president's house looking for documents or for any other reason. Now we'll get into some of the details of why we actually think this might be some of the crazier theories on that. Um, but actually one thing that I forgot was the, the New York thing on that, basically what, you know, I skipped over that thought train there, but let, let me go back for a second. What ended up happening is New York decided to de change their definition of inmate. To incarcerated person because they believed that they were a marginalized group. So let's see if I can find an article that explains that real quick for you, because I think it's pretty weird where we're getting to where we're trying to pad the idea of, of we're. We're literally trying to protect those of us. Now. I am, am a firm believer that the United States, the freest country in the world is not that we're the exact opposite of that. We have more incarcerated individuals than the next three first world countries combined, and more so than like almost every other country under that combined as well. So I believe that we far, far. Imprisoned people in the United States, way more than we should, way, way, way, way more than we should. Okay. Um, so let me start with that premise. I, I do not believe that we should be incarcerating people at the rates that we are. I think that we are the, you know, you claim to be the freest country in the world, but yet you have more humans behind bars than any other country at all in the world per capita, by far per capita and even more than just the average statistic. So, and then on the backs of that, you know, you have the re situation where we're literally trying to trade Russian mobster, arms dealers called like the, what is, I don't remember his name, but it was like his, his, uh, like nickname was like the bloody something. I don't know it was something wild, but we were literally trying to trade a arms dealer who was going after us citizens with bombs, for somebody who was smoking weed or bringing on marijuana cartridges in Russia. Yet. We have hundreds of thousands of fathers, mothers, daughters, humans sitting behind bars today, eating bullshit food because they wanted to smoke something, eat, ingest, something that is literally legal in however many states today, like 17 or more states at this point, marijuana's legal and we're negotiating terrorists to free this one individual in Russia. Yet we have hundreds of thousands of people behind bars today, and it's still a federal schedule, one drug. I don't know how I got in that tangent, but anyways, back to New York , which is that New York is to, uh, New York changes the term inmate to incarcerated individual with the goal. Let's see that article's gone. Um, New York to scrap inmate in favor of incarcerated individual in new state law said New York will no longer refer to prisoners as inmates and will instead call them incarcerated individuals. According to a new law, um, democratic New York governor surprise, surprise, Kathy. Hoel signed the legislation Monday. She argues that removing the term inmate will help to reduce a harmful stigma against incarcerated people by correcting outdated terminology. Oh, you don't like the sound that I say with my mouth, Missy, in, in New York, we're doing everything in our power to show that justice and safety can go hand in hand. We can make our streets and communities safer by giving justice involved, individuals, justice involved, indivi, what the fuck? What are we doing here? Next thing you know, Webster is gonna be changing the definition of incarcerated. We can make our streets and communities safer. She says by giving justice involved individuals, the chance to complete the rehabilitation program and work at the same time by treating all new Yorkers with dignity and respect, we can improve public safety while ensuring new Yorkers have a fair shot at the second chance. Oh, you think changing the word is gonna do that for them. Democratic state Senator. Gustavo Rivera sponsored the legisla legislation through the New York state legislator. According to Rochester first for too long, we, as a society have thought of incarcerated individuals as less than people, the use of the word inmate further dehumanizes and demoralizes them. This is another concrete step. Our state is taking to make our criminal justice system one that focuses on rehabilitation rather than relying solely on punishment. The New York law is the latest example of a trend among Democrat Democrats, Democrats. That damn did I just come up with a new slogan? is a new trend among Democrats to adjust current terminology, progressive Democrats, uh, Republican, or I'm sorry. Progressive Democrats like representative Corey Bush have also pushed towards referring to mothers and women as birthing people wrong. When we talk about birthing people, we we're being inclusive. It's that simple. We're using gender neutral language when talking about pregnancy. No, because pregnancy's not gender neutral bitch. Only women only. Uterus is only vaginas have the power to birth children. And you cannot take away from women. The fact that they're literally superheroes who can 3d print organic material better than any machines or science that we have today, you cannot take that superpower away from them is the most incredible thing that a human can do ever. And only half of us can do it. And I could never claim to birth a child, been a part of several births. I have several children and I cannot do what my wife did. Cannot do it promise you no matter how hard I squeeze, no matter how much I push my belly out, I cannot have a child. Um, anyways, so that's wild. How many words, like in true 1984 fashion, all of the definitions are being changed to appease the Democrats. And I, I, it's just so weird. It's so bizarre that we've gotten to this point. Um, but anyways, I just wanted to elaborate on what that actual idea was before I moved on. So I know you were just so thirsty to wonder about new York's use of the term incarcerated individual So anyways, let's go back to the Donald Trump situation. So Donald Trump's Malago estate was recently rated by the FBI for reasons that they say is specifically due to 17 boxes of documents that he took from the white house, some containing classified information. So. Is that bullshit probably. Um, there's probably many, many other reasons, you know, they could probably have come up with a far better excuse than that, but that is the current reason why they're saying that they did. So we will find out, obviously there will probably be very little charges. Donald Trump seems to believe from an articles that I've read that they are doing this to make sure that he cannot run again in 2024, if nothing else is going to embolden him and his followers to continue following him and to continue pointing at what is going on in their nation today with extreme concern. Because if they can literally raid Donald Trump's house, they can very, very, very, very easily do it with no pushback to me. And you obviously, right? None of us are as powerful or as rich or as capable legally as Donald Trump. And they did it to him without. Even giving him a search warrant, allegedly, uh, and, and kicked out his attorney, which we'll find out in an article that we discussed about that Eric Trump talks about. So one of the first things that came up with this is people talking about who actually executed this, who signed off on this warrant. And one of the more interesting, uh, things was this list that came out of three individuals, Bruce rein. Bruce Reinhardt, if you don't know who Bruce Reinhardt was, he was a, uh, lawyer who attempted to assist with the trafficking, uh, uh, the individuals who were in trouble after the Jeffrey Epstein case. So he literally helped protect the sex trafficking, uh, and individuals who were maps. the, the gross, disgusting pedophiles who were a part of Jeffrey Epstein's sex trafficking ring. He went to protect them. And, you know, we were talking about why people's houses, who should actually be rated. Right? And we'll look at that in just a second. But, so these were a few people who signed off in this Bruce Reinhardt. He helped sex traffick or Jeffrey Epstein escape from any real justice. This tweet side, which comes from Robbie S. He also talks about me Garland being the other one, which says Trump took his nomination away from the Supreme court. And then Chris Ray, who's the FBI chief that Trump tried to fire according to this individual, over his horrific job performance. And they all signed off on the rating of president Trump's house. Now we'll look a little bit more into each one of those because I find it to be interesting that these individuals are the ones who decided that he's the one for these documents whose homes should be rated. Now the first article that comes up talks about, uh, let's see if I can find it here. It came out of the, uh, same one that I read earlier, town hall. So we'll see if we can find that article. Um, but it talked about, uh, Merick Garland. And it says that mayor Garland faces possible impeachment. I believe this was just a statement made by Ram Paul, but they say that he was confident that attorney general me Garland could face possible impeachment over the FBI raid of formal or former president Donald Trump's Florida estate, predicting that a full investigation won't happen until after the midterms commence in November. Paul demanded for the order to raid Trump's house to be revealed. Um, yeah, probably not happened in there. Um, now the, uh, other thing that came up out of this was that. Let's see if we can find it here. So this was about Bruce Reinhardt. Now this is a tweet that came from comfortably smug, quite the Twitter name. Um, but it says that on October, uh, this came from, oh, it doesn't say where the article came from, but it says on October 23rd, 2007 as federal prosecutors in south Florida were in the midst of a tense negotiation to finalize a plea deal with accused sex traffick or Jeffrey Epstein. A senior prosecutor in their office was quietly laying out plans to leave the us attorney's office. After 11 years on that date, as 11 emails were flying between Epstein's lawyer and federal prosecutors, Bruce Reinhardt. Now a federal magistrate opened and a litigation li or a limited liability company. Sorry. It's like blacked out on that spot limited liability company in Florida that established what would become his new criminal defense practice. The stated address, according to. Florida state corporate records was two 50 south Australian avenue, suite 1400. It was the same location, an identical suite number as that of Jeffrey Epstein's lead attorney. Interesting. It says by the end of the year, Reinhardt had resigned his post. Um, in the district of Florida within days on January 2nd, 2008, he was hired to represent several of Epstein's accused accomplices, who would later like Epstein re receive federal immunity for allegedly trafficking, underage girls. Allegedly Reinhardt's defection was one of many, highly unusual turns that the Epstein case took 12 years ago moves that could merit examination as the multimillionaires controversial non prosecution agreement is dissected in the wake of this arrest last week on sex trafficking charges. That was an older article, but interesting, nonetheless, that this is the individual who's signing off on Donald Trump. If you're curious if this has any political motivations and is purely justice doing justice things, probably not somebody who cares about justice is the person who's helping people get out of sex trafficking minors. All right, so let's go ahead and let's watch the clip of Peter Ducey, um, going back and forth with the new press. Secretary don't really care for her name yet. Um, but here it is. Thanks. KA. Do you consider Donald Trump to be a political rival of president Biden? I, I'm not gonna speak to that from here, but you talk about Trump all the time. So do you consider him to be, I don't talk about Trump all the time. Ultra Maga, you guys were criticizing his handling of COVID last week. You've mentioned his January 6th response a couple days ago. So can you say based on all that? I, I didn't say anything about Marla. I'm just asking you if you considered the president, I'm saying from here, I'm not gonna comment on that. Does the president still, so you're not gonna comment on the idea that he's a political adversary. He was literally the person. Biden Rangan. That's the definition of a political adversary. why you're, if you're deflecting that question, I'm sure you're answering literally nothing. And if you've been watching her over time, she's even worse than her predecessor, which was very difficult to do, but she doesn't even seem to E attempt even to answer questions and even circle back as the term would be before. Uh, but she doesn't even answer that. And then you'll see here, she goes on to literal. Basically answer none of these questions, but, um, still interesting to see how she reacts nonetheless by, eh, I don't bring up his name. Yes, you do. Every single conversation they have in that room at least drops his name one time or another. Want to, uh, think that he would be very fortunate to run against Trump in 2024. Like he had said before again, I'm not gonna comment on it's just, it's just spoke. I'm the president in the next election. I'd be very fortunate if I had that same man running against me. Does he still, oh, I can tell you, Peter, is that the president intends to run in 2024? Is there a concern here that if you guys don't say more than these Republicans who are accusing this white house of weaponizing, the justice department weaponizing, the FBI are, that's gonna become the, the public sentiment. If you guys don't say once, and for all, we are not doing that first, first of all, We're just not going to comment on the department of justice investigation. Okay. We're we're just not going to comment on that. Is this white house weaponizing, the justice department and the FBI against, against political opponents? The president has been very clear, uh, from before he was elected. Very clear on this. Hold on throughout his time in office, I heard the quote. We will be playing the quote tonight at six o'clock. I actually do appreciate because there's probably very little other actual individuals in that room that actually push back against this. As you can see how uncomfortable the sea of individuals is around him as these journalists. Uh, but I can appreciate Peter Ducey because he's actually, he's quite quick on his feet to realize what she's doing to realize. She's literally just parroting a quote that he already said, and he's quick to jump in and go, okay, I get that a hundred. Now actually answer my question. Are they weaponizing the FBI? Because as we saw, they did this to project Veritas, they raid their homes for the Ashley Biden diary under the direction of Joe Biden. Very, very clearly. There's no other reason. And they found nothing. They'd prosecuted. Nobody, nobody went to jail. They're literally intimidating people. Like they're a, a mob, the mafia of Joe Biden, right? Why, why else would the FBI be kicking down the doors of journalist homes searching for a kid's a woman's diary? Why a diary, by the way, that outlines that there was inappropriate showers with Joe Biden, that she believes affected her sexual urges later in life, that she believes made her hypersexualized. And the reason that she looks at sexuality, the way that she did, which is why it was such a big deal and why it got hushed so bad when you can actually go find the Ashley Biden diary. If you look at her subst. Red pill, revolution.com or directly on red pill, revolution dot COO back a few, few, few episodes, probably 10 or so episodes ago, I actually listed it in one of the Biden hunter Biden, deep dives that I did. You can get the full diary right on there. Uh, I listed it in there for you and gave the link, but, uh, the diary outlined a bunch of weird things. You kind of saw some, you know, it gave me some empathy for Ashley Biden and seeing the situations that she's in and the mental health issues that she deals with and the family issues that she's dealt with and hardships and stuff. But one of the things that stood out about that was the fact that she talked about trying to unravel her difficulty with sexuality later in life and believing that she had inappropriate showers with her father, uh, in her early years, which comes at no surprise when you see that a hundred by or a hundred Biden. Well also him, but Joe Biden sniffing every child that comes within three feet of him. 30 feet of him, even in some cases crazy. Uh, but weaponizing the FBI against project Veritas for legally obtaining a diary, the president's daughter's diary, like how crazy, how wild is that? That imagine if somebody steals your daughter's diary and you hire a mob of individuals to go kick down their door to go see who found it. That's what the president of the United States did with the FBI here. And now again is doing it against the guy who he is a political adversary of no matter how much she doesn't wanna say it is a political adversary of is now sending the FBI to his home, to raid his home with weapons in hand to find documents. Right. Of course. But again, I appreciate what Peter Ducey is doing here because there's very, very, there's no other clips that we're finding of anybody. There's no other clips of any other journalist who's pushing back in these white house briefings the way that Peter Ducey does and for him to jump in. And, and really, and now I would love to hear why can you not say yes or no? Why would you not want to answer the fact that the FBI is not being weaponized by the president of the United States to go after a former president in the way that nobody's ever done ever in the history of the United States ever? Why would you not just say no, we're not doing that. That would be illegal. You can't even comment that it's illegal because you don't want it to come out later that there was some connection between Joe Biden and the FBI raiding a former president's house is this administration weaponizing, the justice department and the FBI against political opponent. Peter, the president believes in the rule of law, the president believes in the independence of just say of the department of justice, say yes or no, just is white house. No, it's a yes or a no for you. I'm answering the question in the question is a yes or no question. What do you mean? You're answering the question. You're not answering the question. You're skirting around it in every way possible. You're not saying no, we are not. Or yes, we are. You don't get to that's. That's how questions work, especially a question that says, are you doing this? I believe in the justice system of America. No, it's a yes or no question. Answer the damn question. You may not like it, but I'm answering the question and I'm no, Nope. I'm answering the question and I'm telling you that we are not going to comment on a criminal investigation. The present has been very. I laid out what his thoughts were back on January 7th in 20, in 2021 about how he saw the department of justice. And I'm just going to leave it there. We are not going to comment from here from this white house on a criminal investigation that is currently happening. And just one more about the inflation reduction act, who, and here's where he goes down to talk about the IRS situation. So I will, we'll let it run for here for a second. So we can circle back to the original type of archive, beginning part of our conversation. So here's that I'm here decided that Americans were crying out for more interaction with the IRS. I, I don't understand your question. You have to say more. Do you think it's gonna be popular when the 87,000 new employees hired by the IRS, go around and start auditing people to pay for the inflation reduction act. So it's very clear. Uh, the IRS commissioner was very clear on this. He said that on, on the record, that this only will, it will only apply to those earning over $400,000. The commissioner said, and I quote, these resources are absolutely not about increasing audit scrutiny on small businesses or middle income Americans. As we have been planning, our invest investment of these enforcement resources is designed around treasury directive. That audit rates will not rise relative to recent years for households making under $400,000. So no audit. This is, this is focus on those who are, uh, uh, you know, corporate wealthy tax sheets that Republicans, congressional Republicans wanted to, uh, defend that's who they wanted to defend. They wanted to defend those corporate, uh, tax sheets. This is not about, this is not about that. This is not about folks who make less than $400,000. So no new audits on anybody making a hundred, $400,000 here. No, very clear. No. She failed to mention, she failed to mention the part where they were literally arming these IRS agents and giving them the use of deadly for the What is it? The license to kill of double oh seven, like, gosh. All right. So there's that. And then the last one that I will leave you guys with here is going to be the comment of president, uh, former president Donald Trump's, uh, associate Dana white, who talks about the Mari Lago raid, which I thought was an interesting perspective on it, which we'll talk about more in just a. Uh, another one of your friends, Donald Trump. Yeah. Just had his place rated. I was wondering if you had any thoughts about that? Yeah. Um, I it's it's madness, man. The, the whole, the whole, the whole world is crazy right now. Some people have mentioned that we now live in a post constitutional America or a banana Republic. Yeah. It's interesting, man. I don't even know what to say. I don't even know what to think about any of that stuff. I, again, cuz I don't know enough about it, but uh, yeah, I can think of about, you know, without getting political right now and getting into all this bullshit, but there's 10 other people's houses that probably should have been rated before, before his, that haven't happened. So it'd be interesting to see how this plays. I love that response. There's 10 other people whose houses should have been rated. You know what? And I wish he would've given names, but since he didn't, I will, here's 10 people who should have been rated before Donald Trump. The first one talking about assassinations is Hillary Clinton. The body count just keeps rising for the Clinton family and nothing at all is done about it ever. There's a guy who literally shot himself twice in the head. There's a guy who hung himself, shot himself in the head and then crawled three miles, maybe. Maybe you should raid her house. The next person is Zoe J Simpson. He definitely killed that woman. The next one is Nancy Pelosi, skirting every, every insider trader law ever, maybe raid her house. And you'll find exactly where all, all of the, uh, you know, the legal stock information and the real boxes that you should be looking for here. Next person I'll throw on that list is P Diddy because he definitely killed Tupac. this maybe raided his house. The next personnel list is prince Andrew, who is the creepiest pedophile in the history of humanity next to Jeffrey Epstein on every plane ride ever to grope and sexually assault underage girls. The next one would be the man, the big guy himself, Joe Biden, for many, many reasons, including collusion, as well as profiting from his position as vice president of the United States, among many, many, many other things that hopefully come out. Once we see the, you know, hunter Biden situation be followed up on. And speaking of hunter Biden, the individual who is now flying on the plane flying literally on air force one this week was hunter Biden. Meanwhile, Donald Trump's home is getting raid and the individual who is showing that he was inappropriate with individuals in his own family who are underage, who had literal documentation of working his father's influence with China, Russia, and Ukraine. Uh, the next one would be bill gates, obviously for many, many reasons crimes against humanity and all of the people that he killed under his own doctorate over the last several days. And then the other one would be bill Clinton. Oh, and I didn't even mention Anthony Fauci, the rat of all rats, who is literally responsible for all of the death of aids individuals, all of the deaths of the COVID situation. Uh, so many, so many, so many reasons go read the Robert Kennedy Jr. Book to find out exactly why, but there, there is 10 individuals who should absolutely have had their homes rated before Donald Trump did. There you go. And that my friends is what I will leave you with today. all right. So a wild situation that has occurred, um, and we will see how it plays out. If anything actually comes of this, it seems like in attempt to intimidate Donald Trump or else we would've had a search warrant listed everywhere. It would've been plastered on the walls. The exact reason, every news article ever, if they actually had dirt on him, would've talked about how Donald Trump was gonna be arrested and, you know, it's bullshit and just an attempt to intimidate him. But I. As always time will tell. So again, thank you guys so much for listening. Go head over to red pill, revolution dot C oh.com is for losers. Head over to the new website. Tell me what you think. 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